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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 29, 1896
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THE BARKER'S UTTLE SPEECH. Gladness Comes rith a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- which vanish before proper ef< y directed There is comfort in •Sekrfowledpe, that so many forms, of Skness are not clue to any actual dis- «ue but simply to a constipated cond'- with millions of families, and us taportant, in order effects, to note when bcne- e, you pur- .«taie,that you have the genuine arti- 3Ewhich is manufactured by • the . Cah- Jarata Fiff Syrup Co. only and sold by •U reputable druggists. . lnn H> 1 II in the enjovmont of good health, Wri the system 'is regular, laxatives or Sher remedies are then not needed. If and Rives mos Keep Cool by Using THEKE LY Shower Bail) RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose $3 Express Ad. «*• Prevents Wetting Head floor or Walls, Hornlers Voter CloseM. " send for Catalogne Proof water Closets. Self-Actlnn Water Closets, Kellr Slop nntl Waste CocK, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. II. Had a. Moral Show But It WM Capable at MnkliiK Home Howl. "Gentlemen," said tha barker on the Midway at Coney isjaad, iu a confidential tone, "we-huve something here out of the ordinary run." He was a short ucd wiry individual. His facial surface was combated with njanv a wrinl-le. His look was unctuous rather than spiritual, and he was painfully in earnest. "Come closer," he exclaimed, while the tomtoms in the neighboring tent Vat louder. "Every little clap-trap show ou .this here island says they s got 1-atimn. Hut have they got her? Row, I usis vou is it likely that they would have her? Of course not. But we ve got her. We've got Futinia, and here Klic is " With that he paraded before the tent on a small platform a fat female with copper-colored skin, who appeared in a pair of pink tights, transparent shawl nnd veil of gorgeous tinsel. After disclosing lier personal charms to a rertain limit tbe barker continued, changing' from the deadly earnest to the persuasive voice: ,,„... i " \nd now, my frieads.whois 1 atuoa 1 Listen, nnd I will tell you. E"ery wom- nn when she went to the world's fair at C-h-y-c-n-^o in 1*3 said the moment she uligbtcd from the train: 'Take mo to sec -Fatinm, thut wonderful woman who does that peculiar dance.' The last two words were whispered with the hand to the mouth. "Conchce couchee they call It; I can H tbe muscle dance "There is only one Fatima, and we ve -ot her. Here she is. The sultan of Turkey was so stuck on her that he cabled to have her sent to tis harem but she would not leave us, Xow will, you co in? "The authorities on this here island is dead hostylc to the oouci-c cornice, so of course we've got to let things down a little. "This is a respectable show. A show, my friends, to which you would not be ashamed to bring your mother, your father, your children or your sweetheart. A show, gentlemen, that has all the elements of the artistic. And It is n moral show, my friends, but say, hang me if we ain't got a dance hi there „-,. ..i _.~,,1,1 mnl.-o DnrnP. llOWl! WOW, FOR Trili BLOOD, NERVES, LIVER —AND — KIDNEYS. 4 B. B. B. B. cured us. B. C. Taylor and wife, T. J- Imel,'Jacob Hebol, James Brazier, Dave Ball. Logansport, Ind. 4 B B B B are purely vegetable. Put up in capsules, sixty in a bos. Thirty days' treatment in a box. Price |1 per box, or six for $5. Manufactured by H. C. BRAQQ, Conneri vllle, Ind. For sale by all druggists. FOB B. F. RBBSLING, Druggist. It is hard to tell sometimes whether the shopper or the saleswoman feels the effect of shopping the most. Even the pleasant p-rt of it involves standing, waiting, weariness for both of them and more or less hurry and neglect of regular meals and regular habits. This leads to dyspepsia or , constipation or both; they are two links in the chain of indi- trestion- another link is biliousness; heau- Iche is another; then follows backache, drowsiness, dizziness, an irritable temper and the "blues," all links of one chain binding down your energies and making life a burden. The «;ay to throw off the whole trouble at once is to put the bowels and stomach into condition again. Dr Pieice's Pleasant Pellets do this quicker, wore comfortably and more naturally than any other remedy, in tne world They actually cure constipation so it stay* cured; you don't becomeaslave to their use; they strengthen the intestines to do their own work, tone the stomach and gently stimulate the liver. They are mild but sure, like Nature it- iclf Don't let any druggist give you a griping pill. Insist on having Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets. WASHINGTON'S TEETH. lowhi"h it is subject than »»y othei^itiRle h 00 * ' B thc E "5 ' , °aS£imge It is really n medical rncvclopcdi" t" °« volume, n '•Treti heavy book of 1008 pae« wfh over Yoo illustration, ftj onthiv of money, time and enon ?n proteins this *™tf°g £ mid for liy the sole of the »rsl Emion of 6Sp,ooo copio at f.-S" inch- nnd the profit has bee.l —— used 'in punishing. *>' P.™""?! No. « 3 Main Street. IJufclo. N. V. thut" would make will you come in ?" N, howl! Sun. A QUALITY MOST DESIRED. Young <"»!» Should Cultivate » High r POZZONl'5 [OOMPLEXION POWDER! IhM l»en th« utantfard tot fortr rear, and' • !• more popular to<l»/ than eter Botore. | ) POZZOM'S \ I U ilieldial complexion powdor—bmntUrlii«t, | * refreinlng, clesnlr, banltntul and harmlesi. A \ A d«Uc»l«, InTlslblo protection to tb« 1MB. S2^assas D ^a p Kss v BOX U Blvon tee« ol eftarn*. , ' AT DBUOQISTS'ANO FANCY STORES, ___ After Thirty Years Experience 1 have the best 1 ave te es Brain and Nerve Tonic tpild or addrws for p S. Johnion, M.D., D. & C. SUMMER SERVICE MACKINAC. Their new steel passenger steamers «re In comml«»lon, making four trips p«r week between Tole'lo. Detroit, , »oo, retoskey, Dulnth. If ., , , yon are contemplating a summer outing •end 2c stamp for Illustrated pamphlet. . Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. ••r Detroit, Mich. Olrln Should Cultivate Sense of Honor. Among the qualities most to be desired in a young girl's character te a high sense of honor, I wish I could impress on every reader the need of being always above everything petty or small so that one would not lor asingle moment ever be tempted to do a mean or underhand thing;, to spfink unkindly of a friend, or to repeat a conversation •which was confidential. It rony happen to you, for instance, to be visiting in the home of a relative or friend, where there may be a little friction at the table.or where some cnxicty arises about the course of n member of the family. No matter what you see or hear, in euclv circumstances you arc bound, if you are un honorable person, to be silent about It, neither making comments nor looking as if you could tell something if you choose, nor-in any way nUluding' to what is unpleasant, at any future time. A guest in a home cannot be too careful to guard the good name of those- under its roof, for it is an honor to be a guest. In the first place, and honor is denmnffed ID return. Again, a nice sense of honor in matters connected with money is very important. Polly is treasurer of a society, and has the core of the funds. She muat never for an instant, or in an emergency, lend funds to other people, or borrow them for her own use. I knew a girl— Polly was her name, by the way —who was induced, being treasurer of a certain guild, to lend her brother, for one day, the money ehe had in her care. The brother waa older than Polly, and a very persuasive person. He ^ald: "Why should you hesitate? I'll bring It buck to-night, and It will oblige me very much if I can take that $50 and pay n bill I owe before noon to-day." Foolish Polly permitted her scruples to be overruled. The money was not brought back, and but for her father's kindness in making it good she would have been discharged as a dishonest treasurer. She told me long of terwards that the lesson had been burned in on her mind never to tal<e liberties with money which she held in trust.— Harper's Eound Table. _ __ ___ Old Servant of Gen- Harrison. Anthony ' Mollnnn, who came to America in 1335 and entered tbe employ : of William Henry Harrison, died at Oldenburg. Ind., the other dny. Once when Gen. Harrison and his horse were carried down by a cave-in Mollann saved his life. ' ___ WHAT CONSTITUTES A FAMILY MEDICINE? A preparation which is adapted to the relief and cure of niluients to which members of a household Is most suDJect and wMch is not only alleged to do this, but lias long and unfallllnsly proved Its ability to do It, assuredly deserves the title of a reliable .Fantfy Medicine. Among time-honored preparations, whliU experience and the sanction ot the medical profession indicate as do- serving of popular regard and coctt- dence, Is Hostettor's Stomach Bitters a medicine adapted to tbe eradication of dyspepsia, constipation atfd biliousness, the. three most frequently occurred ailments . that vex mankind.. Derived from a botanic parentage, It Is efficient os well as pure and wholesome. It rc- lievee nervous disquietude and inactivity of the kmdneys, and counteracts a - Several weeks apo the son .of John John Shnffner, nqyr Editabursr, was stepped on by a horse, the animal's hoof (Sti-ik-lns on his breast,. and the pressure breaking five light rlr-s from the sternum. He suffered but little, but on Sniturday, last. In attempting to rise from his couch, he fell dead. A post-mortem showed that flic-left ventricle of his heart iwd been bruised by ,thc horse, the rupture being nearly three-fourths of an Inch in length. FOR OVER FIFTT TEARB. MM. WlDsiows soothing Syrup has »een used for over fifty yeara by millions or mothers for thtlr children while teething, with perfect success, tt soothes tbe child, softens the gums, Ulays all pain, cures wild colic, and ;i the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists In every p»rt of the world. Twenty-five ..cents •i bottle. Be sure and afrk for "Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup." and take ao other kind. Mr Briggs, :i Chicago capitalist was drowned yesterday Ji* Cedar lake, bU boat capsizing in the strong wind. . Poison'Ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile cure.—.Tno. M. Johnston. It is estimated tihat hundreds of acre: of com have been ruined in Madison county by the extensive rains an. floods. Marrying Dead Wives' Slittor*. Americans can't understand the reasoning thnt induces powerful clerical and aristocratic elements in English society to fight tenaciously against.ru moving the bar against marriage with a deceased wife's sister. One reason why they can't understand is because they do 'not appreciate how fierce appears to be the rage for husbands among English women. Actually one of the potent arguments used in opposition to the reform bill is that if the prohibition is lifted single women will come to live with their married sisters and poison them in order to .secure the husbands for themselves! This theory is held •by the archbishop of Centerbury, :u any rate, and he is notashamccl to avow U—Buffalo Commercing Candles for tho Dinner Table. The woman who docs not appreciate the possibilities of candles misses an effective means of making her dinner table attractive. At u recent dinner the centerpiece wnsof delicato-hued orchids, the light cast upon the flowers coining from pale-green candles screened by dainty green shades. In the absence of candelabra,.wh.-tc candlesticks are the wisest to invest in. being suitable to ony mode of dccora- tisn.—Chicago Tribune. , Might <i» Well. She—And will you buy me a pony, dearest, when we arc married? He (absent'y)—Wouldn't you rather Twve a schooner? — Detroit Free,Press. THE IDEAL PANACEA. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago says; "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as :m Ideal Panacea for coughs, colds am! lung complaints, having used t iu. my family for the last live years, o the' exclusion of physician's prescriptions or other preparations. Rev, .Tohn Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes "I have been a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal church for 50 years or more, and have never round anything so beneficial or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. Kin^d Xe\v Discovery-" Tr>' this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bottles Free at B. F. Keesling's drug store. Queer Kello of th« Flrnt President Owned In Baltimore. While, the ranks of those who gazed upon'tho form cf the father of his country in the flesh, and lho.se old colored aunties who rocked him to sleep ia his infant days ar« growing .smaller each year, it is inteivstinir to note thut a valuable, but not altog-ethcr lovely relic of George Washington is owned ia Baltimore. This memento of tbe first president of the United Stales is nothing less than a set of false teeth that, at one time adorned ,thu mouth of the commander of the American army and assisted him i" masticating the menus that, were features of the good old days when he was toasted, winod and dined nnd honored nil over the J.'l states. It is eminently proper that Baltimore should be the custodian of these molars. _ r Insist Upon having just what you call (or when you go to buy Hood'!fS»rBaparIlla. There IB no substitute for Hood's. It ia an Insult to your intelligence to try to sell you Bomething else. Remember that an efforts to induce you to bay an article you do not want, are based simply Upon the desire to secure more profit. The dealer or clerk who does this cares nothing for your welfare. He simply wants your money. Do not permit youwell to be deceived. Insist upon having bedcceivea. u»»i. "»~™ ••"—° Hood's •WASHINGTON'S FALSE TEETH. Sarsaparilla And only Hood'.. »1. the Om. True Blood Partner. Hood's James Miirley, of Orleans, was recently credited a* having abjured the Democratic faith because of the Chicago platform ami nominees, and wltJi the deter- njitmion hereafter of casting his vote for McK'inley. A life-long friend of Mr. Marley cotTects this inJsapprehenr sVon. Mr. Marley for tlilrry-five years and more Has been a consistent Republican hence, it is but natural that he should continue to affiliate with his old party. A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION. Editor Morrison of Wor-thington, Ind, "Sun" writes "You have a valuable proscription in Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend It for Constipation and Sitk Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mi-s. Annie Stehle 2025 Cottage Grove Vve Chicago, was tM run down, could aot'eat nor digest food, had a backache, which never left her and felt tired and. weary, but six bottles of Electric Bttters restored her health and renewed her strength'. Prices 50 cents and $1.00, Get a bottle nt B. F. Keea- ling's drug store. "Boys will be boys," but yon ca.u't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWHtt's Colic & Cholera Cure in Iho house.—fno. M. Johnston. As a result of the recent rains, Whitewater river, at Richmond, reached high water mark, a very uuusual, thing In midsummer. Many a day'* work is lost by sick headache caused by indigestion and stomach -troubles. DeWltt's Little E-irly Risers are tbe most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties.-.!^. M. Johnston. Thomas Leslie, a valued pioneer ot Bartholomew county, twice serving as commissioner and holding ouier positions. Is alarmingly ill at ffls residence In Sand Creelc township. PLAN YOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE MACKINAC VIA TH» COAST LINE. It only costs .813.50 from Detroit, J15 50 from Toledo, ?18.0C from Cleveland for tbe round trjp, Including meala and berths. One thousands miles of lake ride on new modern steel steamers for the above rates. Semd 2c for Illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A. Detroit, Mlcb. tendency to rheumatism. For renew- lug 'flagging strength ord imparting appetite it can be implicitly relied upon. Fever and ague rheumatism and. debility are remedied by It. . .'.-•'. The whole system is drained and undermined by indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWltt's Wi.tch Hazel Salve speedily heals them. It is the best pile wire .known.-.Tno. M. Johnston. Joseph Amtonio, a saloon keeper or EvamsvUle, reported to the police that he had been robbed of a draft for $1,000 Immediately thereafter be disappeared, and is still on the missing list. ' It doesn't matter much whether sick headache, biliousness, Indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect 01 by unavoidable circumstances;.. De Witt's Little Early Risers will speedily •cure them all.-Jno. "Mi Johnston.'. . BUCKLBN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world Tor onti, brnlses. pore*, ulcers, wilt rheum.fever .ores, tetters, chapped hands. crUblalm. corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay required It to guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price » cents/per.' box. For ttle by B F Keeiilng. : • ,: ' for'that city bears the distinction of being- the first American town to erect a monument to America's greatest statesman-soldier. These teftth, which arc in an excellent state of preservation, are owned by the Baltimore College of Dentistry. The college has had possession of the teeth for some years. They were presented to the late Dr. Winder, one of the foremost dentists of the day and the first dean of the college, by the late Edmund Lee Laws, whose middle najne will de- r.ote the fact that he descended from n family closely related to Washington. Beyond the clumsiness of the construction of the teeth there is little to distinguish them from sets such ns are turned out by the dentists of to-dny. They are of medium size. On the top or roof there is a peculiar patch made of tin nailed on with tacks that look strong enough to hold down a carpet. This is explained by the statement that Gen. Washington at one time broke his set of teeth. The historian, who has so carefully preserved the tradition that the general, finding a break in his teeth, took them to a. blacksmith to be mended, was not careful to chronicle other details. At any rate, while the blacksmith's work would not be passed upon as first-class by a modern repairer of teeth, it shows that he understood more delicate operations than those of shoeing horse-s. It is nlso related that these teeth were not those ordinarily worn by Washington, but instead were only used on state occasions, he having another set for the mastication of plebeian food, only placing this set in his mouth when his country demanded his presence before the .people. ^__ CORAL FORMATIONS. They Are to Be Inve«tl*»ted by Prof. AgaMlz, of Hurrmrd. Prof. Agassiz, of Harvard university, the worthy son of a worthy father, has lately commenced the exploration of that singular line of coral formations extending a distance of several hundred miles along the Queensland coast, and knc^vn as tie "Great Barrier reef." He ia accompanied, by Dr. Woodward, one of the instructors in natural .history at Harvard, also by a young-student, Mr. Moyer, who lately took his degree m natural history a.t the some university. The professor, who is an enthusiast in the work o£ deep-sea dredging, having obtained promises of assistance, from the Harvard university authorities, and Irom the American, British and Colonial governments, has made- all the preparations requisite toinimre the success of his undertaking. He has chartered a steamer in Sydney, and pro-, vlded it with dredging and sounding A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April IGth. Tbe <oper!or accommodations given tht ireat number of patrons of tbe above ;ralo during the past tourist season, warrants the announcement of plans ;«,next season of finer service with «qulpment superior to anything yet cnown in transcontinental tramc. Look for early re-inauguration of •SUNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. Tbe Southern Pacific Cu. "Sunset ftonte" in connection with the "QueeD Mid Crescent Koute" are running tbe jnly line of through tourist Pullman Sleepers leaving Cincinnati every Thursday evening for Los Angeles and tan Francisco. These excursions are specially con- Incted, and the object is to enable tbofc •bo do not care to buy the nrst-clas* ronnd trip or one way tickets, to enjoy t comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at the »ery low second-class rate. For further Information, addrew W. 9. CO>"NOE, Commercial •*•**• 8. Plo., Cincinnati, 0. . W. G. NEIMTEE, O. W. Atf. 8. P. lo., Chicago, III. B. F. MORSE, G. P. & T- Agt. 8. P. «o., New Orleans, La, If you Jia.ve ever seen a little child in^ the agony of summer complaint, you cnn realize the danger of the trouble nnd appreciate the virtue of Instantaneous relief always afforded by DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery .and diarrhoea it Is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this as 11 cure unless it were a cure—.Tno. M. .TollTOStOD, First Lieut, Solomon P. Vest.nl, Seventh U. S. Cavalry, has been detailed ns mfllrary inspector at DePauw University, vtece First Lieut. Edward M. Lowls, Tweirt'.etih Infantry, trans^rrud. Theories of cure may -be discussed at length by'physicians, but the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cure will ffivo It to them. A sa-fe'cnre for children. It Is "the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results."—.Tno. M. Johnston, • Mr. afld Mrs. William Anderson, near Huotertown, were thrown out In n runaway accident nnd Mr. Anderson was • badly hurt. He is eighty .years old. i which militates ajratost recovery. Don't trine a way, time when you have cholera roorbus or diarrhoea. Fijrht them In the beginning with .DeWitt's .'Colic* Cholera Cure. You, don't have to wait for results- They are instan- itaneous and Jt leaves the bowels In 'healthy condttlon.-.Tno. M. Johnston. ,»ERFECT a ndpennarienk we the IP"? by Hood's Samparilla, .be- h PROF. AGASSIZ. machinery, together with all needful appliances, and purposes conducting- his investigations, at depths of from SO to 300 fathoms, ns far north as Torres straits,', his principal object bein^ to secure all available information respectr ing- the distribution of the surface animals, and the depth nt which they are found. He is nlso desirous of collectmB details which may aid in tlirowing some light on the origin of coral reefs, concerning which there are two theories, those of Darwin and Hurray, each of which lias a large number of supporters. The work of investigution will occupy several months, after which. the party will return, by way of London, to the United States^ Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. rWICB DAILY STEAMERS TO CHICAGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT ST. JO- , SEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntll about Sept. 30th the steamer* of this line will make two trips each way fl»Uy between St. Joseph and Chicago, in the following schedule: Leave St Joseph at 430 p. m. and 10:80 p. m., dally. Including Sund»y. Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:80 p. m., dally. Including Sunday. Extra frlps on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Banning time across lake 4 hours. TrI-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, leaving St, JosepM Monday, Wednesday tnd Friday evenlrga. Tbe equipment of this line Include* ihe side wheel steamers City of Chicago »nd City of Milwaukee (the largest : «nd •nest west of Detroit), and the. newly, rebuilt propeller City of W Service first-class. Connection* with Tandalla trains. Tickets on sale at all fandalia Line stations. Chicago dock taot of Wa'oash avenue. .T. H. GRAHAM, Pn»., Benton.Harbor, Mich. • cureif uy nuuu» «I*&.H»J.»-»-«—7 -cause it makes, pure, rich, healthy, L"" fife and health-giving BLOOD,. I • Inoculation f^. Tt is now proposed that instead of vaccinating persons bitten, as in the Pasteur method,, ..dogs shpuld ,be 'tor oculated -with the virus of rabies, in the hope that they., may thereby be .made proof against ihe usual effecU of tie &ie of a mod dog— just as toman GUb- nects are- vaccinated to makfc them nrooz Biralnst the ravages of smallpox.' The' result of .researches on* this matter n»-. •dertakenr.by-'.-Bn-. ejninent Frenchman will be awaited ^vith interest • Going For A Lake Trip? You'll folly enJW all of Its deltebu if you take one of the . • «"j= MCfflfiAS AHD LAKE SUPERIOB TRAHSPORTATTOW CO'S -LEGANT STEAMSHIPS. Sailing. b*t«««n Chkag* •»<! M«ckln«c Itltnd four tlm«» *v»rywttk. Write for out reading:, >'m«tter,;. • ask.^par..ne»rert I'-JST

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