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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, August 11, 1896
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ijar can now be devoted to other uses. \ Its former delightful smelling and; delicious tasting contents arc dupli-j catcd in quality and .flavor in None! Such Mince Meat, a pure, whole-: some, cleanly made preparation for | mince pics, fruit cake and fruit j puddings. • i NONE SUCH ihlgti standard of excellence. Man? users ,ol the "llunson" consider It THE .BEST. You win nnd It a valuable iisslstRut In jour office. Address lor particulars THE MUNSONJYPE WRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 240-214 TVest Luke St., Chlcngo, 111. Greatest Discovery of tne 19t& Century. Br. Trague't NSW RXKXDT Medicated Air Par tbe Cure of Catarrh, Asthma and all Pnlmonaw Disease*, It has no equal fr Sk-kouU Nervous B<od- . ache, 1,000,000 people Nle annually from the above named dlseasei. ' w "7 snBer and die, when Medicated Alt U guaranteed to care jou. ••dJeated Air and Drug Co,, Blcnmond, Ind., U. 3. A, II If tbe bent remedy on earth for La It will glre Immediate relief will effect a cure where nil other fall, •old by B. F. Keeillog. STATE NATIONAL BANK LOGANSPOKT, INJ). OflPITflL - $2OO.OOO 3. F. Johnnon, President 8. W. UUery, Vice pnartdent H. J. Heltbdnlc, Cuhler. . DIRECTORS. C.r. Johnson. 8. W. Ullery. J. T. Elliott. W. M. Elliott.. W. H. Snider. Buy and •"'! Government bou4l. Loan •oner an penontl necurlty nnd collator- ml*. Issue special certlflcates of depollt* bearing t per cent. Interest when left one rear; 2 per cent, per annum when deposited »li,months. ." .:, • . Boxes In Safety Deposit Vaults of this bank for the deposit of deed*, Insurance Mllctci, mortgaires and *th«r TsJluablei, ftnted at from IS to 115 r«r year. ~KROEQER& STRAIN, Undertakers &Embalmers. 610 BROADWAY. CHAS.L.WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER N* 417 Market Street Calli attended to promptly, day or Union and Mutual telephone*, Office, No. 1C; BeHdenc*. No. m. APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. Notice ia liereby given that I will make .application at the regular September term, '00, of the -Board «£ Gwanty ^Cannndssionora of Cass County, ludi- ano, tor a License to soil s:plriituo [ U9, vin-- ous 'and naalt liquors In less quantities than a qtuirt at a time wJ'th- the privilege- of .permitting the. same to be drank up-cm the premises . -whereon'.sold., .The premises whereon eald Bquacs are to bo sold and drant: are situated ;on tlie .ground'floor ' of 'the ,two-story brick building on part of'lot N.o.'83,. p.. P.,! City, of Logansport,.Eel tasyiisiilp, pass, county, Ind. Said -room ,1s- toow-n as : No. -221 Fourth Btreet, .--with fl"20-ifoot frontage on" Fourth sti'eet and'-extend-' . dag 70 feet vrt'st with a 12-toot c^llng.'; CHARLES FOHRER. MINCE MEAT saves the housewife long bouts of wearisome work and gives the family nil the mince pie they can desire at little cost. A package makes two large pics. loc, at all grocers. Take no substitute. On [bo ruculpc ofrotir nnmt toil ^ilrei* fttiil tho nft «f IftH p*[*r, w« will null you post fre« "Jtri. PopHI ," ft book bjr * fftiuom tmmoroiu wrllcr, MEUnELL-SOITLE CO., Sjrimctue, 71, T. Is a Good Machine. THE RAILROADS Frank Fries, Formerly of Logansport, is Hunted. BLOODHOUNDS USED General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. Fiunk Fries has been employed for several months as a brflikemaiu on the 'U'uba.sli, wit.li. headquarters ;it Andrews. He Is knon-n 'here, having been at one time a. switchman in the local P;mlm.mlle yards. Coutl-uctor Htaos, ami Brake-man Fries were .loiuHv charged with tlie TOUR-II msenfre of a bill car bcJonjjSiijr to theNViiHaeo shc/\v. Fries ciliilniod Unit Hi ites fulsoly "Maimed him Cm- the oR'cince, and lust Saturdn.y afternoon, ilurinjr ail ivrpument over the afL'itlr, Fries shot Hinc*. Tlie latter :s In the AVa.ba.sli. hospital nt Foru, mid Fries is a fugitive from, justice, with the eha.ii-ccs against life escape-. At last aceoiui.ts bluodhoii'iids were be.in.i used hi tiuc'hijr him. The pollco here liavo been iK>t.ifl«l. ami tiro keopiiijr a sharp lookwit fov l.lie .man- wanted. Mines 1« diUisrerwisly wonndwl. He !i;\s a family .it Awl rows. SICK-POISON. W.hait It Is, And Where It Comes From. BLIND BOYS PLAY BASEBALL. Slck-po!sou is what makes you sick, irritates your nerves, . d'lsovdars. "your ifuQ'ctlkms, saps your strengtli, makes you miserable, Dlffareu't diseases have different poi- _ sous some haiva several, l-ndigestloin j form. The distance between bases is iiwre flnrn any. | but 40 feet The fielders arc stationed 1 thesamcasln the National league game, Game Dlffvri In MBDJ Dotnlli from the Regular One. Prof. H. B. Iluntoon, of the Kentucky school, describing baseball among- the blind, Bays: The baseball game differs, of course, iu many of its details from the regular games. The diamond is not ol regulation si/:e, but is p of regulation li.ULUOAD NOTES. PanluuKlle Bi'akom.au A. E. Maihn- way Ji5 sick. Seventy-five people from here speii; Siuiihiy at MaxijiUiK-kciv Al.ic.ut l.">0 LofrMSirorters wont on the aoh excurelon to Forr Wayne Sunday. Vniulalia I'lipiine No. 12.j. wvutked In •rhe \\~ii1mit. Croek wreck, is at ilic.Tcnv Hanfe shops for repairs. One luwidrod weiit 1'ram Iiero on the Sunday exe.ur.sion to Ctnctanati, ami •twenty-live were at Sr. .To. So lo.ni; as Uie t-nslne is on the move the -heat does not bother the englnemou or the ercmtan. There is breeze to spare on -Hie locomotive in motion. Tire system of light siiprnali.uK fa use •on r.lie east end of the Pennsylvania sys- •tem for some time, will be put into effect: on the Panhandle soon. Then white lights wdll.be nbolL<li«l.aiid preen and rod will be usc.il exclusively. First sections of trains will carry green stg- rui'ls at the rear only, ' That is, the symptoms ol imUgustlon are oamswl by ulie poisons which are credited by undigested food. Milieu, yon are sick, fry to get i-kl of your poilsou.. . It 'is often oaisl-ar than you think, for mil uatero is helptap you. Only line poison is obstitaaite, but the first stop is to j;o to the' root of 1't. The {rofeonis o£ r.imMfresled fooil, which cause •li'tlnti.vey, h'eadiwfli'G, diiKziiioss, weakness, bad toite: stomach-ache, 'i'e- ver, ; flivtuQeiice, jianscu, constipation, lo,?s of appetite, jaundico, anaiiirila, ncu- riU'fria, •riieuimtitjism, etc., tiheso paiS'onis can bo swept away mid imiii'liiilatod by tlie Stoker Digestive OoiiHai. Ora-l'iitf n.lie sfoimK'li ami lic'pl'n'g- It to lUfM-st 1'ixnl. when it is .wx> weak to do .•••o by liit.sdl', w!il.l purity yonr systtati of po.i;?oii. ami irc-nwv your s'tro.ugilh and heaJiih. Shaker Digestive Cordial, a pnrc, vegetable, flljrosr.i'vo •To.nif, mat'e i>y tlto ftlia.Uwis O'f Jf<n™t Lebanon, will euro al'.'l d'lsioiidMw i-a-iwd by Uic. poisons of u:i.v!I.av.*i't'(l food \vln\u iiotbiiitf else wM irivc any ri'.l'ie.t'. Sold by driit'u'is.ls. Ten. ceuts for a trial bottle. Write .for a book on food. Address Tbe Shakers. 30 Kcade street. New York, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. Iced In Other There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country.,thnn all other diseases put together, 1 and until the last few years It was supposed to be incurable. For a great many yenrs doctors pronounced It a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science hhs proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally >n .dosea from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the. blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC POSTPONED. The Sumlay school picnic wMcJi was to have been .held in tire G-eoge -Myers grore neai- Georgetown on; Saturday, August 15, lias been postponed inidofi.ni- jtefy. There are too many picnics Wiled for that date and tbe managers tiiougM It best to postpone thils one. WHEN SOVEREIGNS CON.FER. Ado Made on the Ocmilon* of Rornl Mooting* in Europe. ' The innumerable banquets which are offered to the royal persons on every occasion axe exact emblems of the many valuable und pleasant dnys which are, ot their instigation, and by their command, wasted in senseless formula, says Ouida in the Forum. . Once, when costume was beautiful, pagx.-an.try was so also, and ceremonial was so also; but now both are unsightly nnd grotesque. Two bearded men in hemlets,.or .caips, . kiss each other on a railway footboard;; old:>lndies in waterproof cloaks tod dl 8 through two lines of policemen; 'a fat g-entlema-n, with a round hat, with a cigar in his mouth, walks over a piece o' red carpet, nodding- to.abendinphu-. map hedge of supple spines; faces beam inanely, throngs outside 'the station door cheer, they .know not why, troops .ore massed in .readiness; for nowhere are these personages ,saJe Irpm ..attempts upon their lives; . the whole thing; is unlovely, absurd, anomalous, 'a ,caricature .of .what w.a» once. both, intelligible and respectable, but in which .there .is no longer, either prestige or symbolism. Wi.thout dignity in its ob- 'ject loyalty, is a mere. boneless bundle of \vornout robee, and diffnity.perishes at .th« BcreBm..ot. the railway. whistle. - Cnr-totiN Customs I'niclli 1'urtH of the World. Soisc of the eust-OTiis peculiar to courtship nnd marriajje nrnong' the race of dwarfs who inhabit tlie Andnman i«laiixl are, accord ing; to ^f. tic Quat- refapcs, who roociHly published a book called "The Pygmies." about iliese poo- pie, very peculiar. Not- the least re- nifirkable of them is the jjrocedure of courtship, Tlie young 1 'man who has mncle his choice tidclrc$$ca himself to the parents, who rover refuse, but send the g-irl into the forest, whore, before aft,;,', she conceals herself. The young 1 man must find her. If he floes not succeed he must renounce all claim to her. The wedding ceremony of these people is equally curious, II, Qimrofng-es thus describes it: "The two parties climb two flexible trees growing nenr each other, •which an old man then makes to bend toward each other. When the head of •the man touches that of the ffirl they are leg-ally married." Turn ing 1 from Asia to Europe, we find a very curious custom prevailing 1 in ISouinania. Among 1 the peasantry of this country, when a pirl attains a marriageable ngre her trousseau, which has in fbe mcnn- ,-while been carefully woven, spun and embroidered by her mother and herself, is placed in a painted wooden box. When a young 1 man thinks of asking to be allowed to pay his attentions to the.girl'he is at liberty to open the box, which is always placed in a convenient position, one! examine.the. trousseau. If he is satisfied with the quantity and quality of the do-wry he makes formal application for the pirl's hand, but, If not, he- is quite at liberty to retire. with the exception that there is a right shortstop, thus making ten men to a side. In the outfield, in public games, there is on unlimited unmbcr of players, each tujiing n turn at the bat, Urst moving "Up cne position whenever a batsman is put out. The catcher sits on the ground, well oack from th.i home plate, und, to guard against injury, he wears a ronsk and a chest protector. His position is such that when a pitcher delivers a ball it Ktrlkcs the ground just'between'The knees nnd is taken on the short bound. The batsman takes his position, at the plate with a heavy flat bat, somr- what like those used in cricket. The umpire, who must be a man of unimpaired vision, calls upon the pitcher to get. ready, and then clearly cings out: "One, two, three!" At the word three the pitcher must loyally deliver the ball. He pitches in the slow, underhand way peculiar to the game 25 or 30 years ago, the idea being to deliver n ball that can be hit by the batsman, who, standing there in the darkness, with a sharpened' sense of heaving nnd a wonderful conception of the time that must elapse before the ball reaches him, is prepared to strike. IF the batsman should miss the ball bounces into the catcher's lap, nncl is re- i turned to the pitcher by a single toss i with a 1 precision that is wonderful. When the ball is batted the umpire calls on I quickly to the fielder in whose direction it is; traveling, nncl he. guided by a sense of hearing, either catches the ball or follows' it in its course through -. L hc grass. Six strikes are an out. In fielding any number of bounds are permii- ted. If the batted ball is a "hotlinjr" and traveling straight for an infiolder's head, the umpire shouts a warning, and in such cases the playerclucksor f.ills (o the turf. It is possible, in fnct, the ball is frequently fielded to first in time to put out the runner. When throwing to first the assisting .player, who is guided by the void' of Cie baseman, calculates the distance Kilh nicety :ind throws the ball so that it strikes the ground a few yards in front of 'he busuuian. The hit'.fir hears itcomhig and usually gets it'with- out further assistance. Eunning bnvjs was formerly o difficult thing. There were then three trees on the diamond, toward which the runner ran with outstretched hands. Hags have since been substituted for bases, and the runner ia guided by th? vok'C of i he baseman, who is required to shout: "First, first, first!" In like manner the other Lia-gs arc won, Once on o base the runner is pretty sure to get home, unless his side dies at the home plate. Six outs put a side out.— Boston Transcript. fe$% Safety comes first, in washing. What is the use . of making the work easy, as long as it's risky or dangerous ? What does it matter how little a thing costs, cr how many prizes you get with it, if it I rots and ruins the clothes ? It can't be that you \vaht to take any chances. Use Pearline. Nothing that has ever been used for \vashi'ng or cleaning is more absolutely harmless than Pearline, gives you the easiest, the quickest, the most thoroughly economical \vor-v. -M^en you. seethe sun drawing water at night, know that'it will rain on the morrow. The sun is said to be drawing water when Ita rays can. be seen shining through rifta in distant clouda. THOSE USEFUL CONDUITS, The kidneys and bladder, somefllmias be-. coim; torpid ami weak from unnecer- talmuble' causes. Wlien Mite occurs, tlhelr discharging function is of necessity 'very ilrriperfecily .performed, and certain debute, . whilicb is 'the result 'of mut- .'nral bodMy waste amid decay, does not oso.fpe as it sho\iM,.but remote to corrupt 1-Jie Wood and .develop poisonoub humors ami dangerous as well as pain-' M diseases. It is one of the beneficent effects 'of Hostetter's. Stomach Bitters to gently stimmlsite Uie urinary organs, anil .prevent thorn -from lapsing Into a state of •iuactiiTiity, • always' provocative of their 'Inflammatory degeneration; 1 aud decay. HCAV much batter, then; ds K to adopt fehte niJild diuretic ftg'fl'roeaits'o'f' A WONDERFUL SEAWEED. HH B Stem Sometime! Three Hundred Feet Eon>. One of the most extraordinary seaweeds among the Laminai-iacetc is the Nereocystis, thestem of which occasionally attains a length of 300 feet, though extremely slender, even at the top, where it is surmounted by a huge float- Ing bladder six feet or seven feet in length, that affords a favorite resting pla-ce to the sea otter. This plant is found on the northeast coast of America and the opposite shores of Asia, The filiform stem, which is about as thick as pack-thread, suddenly swells above, when two feet or three feet long, into a globose bladder, fron^ the top of which springs a tuft of germinate leaves mostly rising on, five petioles. As the plant grows older the -stem increases enormously in length, but only slightly in thickness. The globose, bladder swells into a turnip- Bhaped or retorHike cyciindcr, six feet long and four feet six inches or more in diameter in the widest part, the lower extremity gradually passing into the stem. . The leaves, which at, first were marked witfc a few faint nerves, split in the direction of the latter, cover a wide space by their entangled mass, and attain a length of 30 .feet or more.. When the plant grows .In any quantity, it foraus large floating islands, nnd tbe surface of tie sea becomes Impassable to boats. The stem,, when dry, is employed by . the Aleutians for fishing lines, some of which have a length of '-40 or more fathoms.' The large bladders are used by the same-people as.syphons for p\mping waterout of their boats.— Fishing Gazette. Drawings of AH Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport HALF BATES TO MILWAUKEE. | On account of the Na'Jonal convention of Republican League Clubs, August 23, 24 and 25, The North-Western (Chicago & Xorth.-Western Railway) will sell excursion tickets from Chicago to Milwaukee and return at rate of one fare for the round'trip. For tickets and full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines, or address W. B. Kniskern, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. HALF RATES TO OMAHA. Via the North-Western Line (Chicago •& North-Western'R'y). August 15, 10 and 17, 1890,, one fare for the round trip. On August 24 excursion tickets, at veiy low rates will, also be sold from Omoba to Denver and the. famous Hot Springs of South Dakota. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. Kniskern G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. TOURS - VIA - TO CLEANSB THE SYSTEM' -• Effectually yet gently,' wh«o costive or bilious, or when.the blood Is Impure'or sluggish, to permanently overcome habitual constipation,'-to nwaRp the-kidney«'' and' liver to a. healthy'-''activity; without 'Irritating or weakening ..tbern; to dispel, lieadaches. j'coids, .or foyers, use, Syrup of Figs.- ,-..•:• .':-;-.., •-. ,- thorn to. action*, tha'ni to incur the danger of -this df struotlonv "To expel .from- the system waste matter through ttie bo.wx?ls nnd kidneys, and to' regii- In'te aind arouse tiie stamaich and liver, are among i-hie chief uses of this. valuable remedy. ' Bird and Bitlloon. . If .by any means a bird attained tlie lightness of. a. balloon it could not fly. A.balloon drifts -with every gust; steer- Ing is impossible, the wind thooses its course. The bird-balloon, as ligfat aa the wind and OB strong 1 , as Iron, to R figment .of .the.imagriimtiQn. . ; . .. CONTENTION Of Young People's Christian Union, Omaha, Neb., August 10 to 24, 1S9G. For this occasion, the Wabasb Kail- road will sell tickets from all stations to Oma'ha, Neb., and return, at one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale August 17 and 18 limited for return to and including. August 24 'and 23. For full particulars inquire of any Wabash Ticket Agent NEVER BITES THE TONGUE- LEAVES NO BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH. ASK YOUR'DEALER FOR CUBANOLA: FINEST CIGAR EVER SOLD I'rf $8.00 CHICAGO TO ST. PAUL AND RETURN. On account of the G. A: R. Encampment Tlie North-Western Line (Chicago & North-Western Railway) will on August 31 and September 1,1896, sell excursion tickets from Chicago to St. Paul and return at rate of $8.00 for the round 'trip, good.for return passage until September 15. with privilege of further extension to September 30, 1S90. For tickets and full information apply to agents of connecting lines, or address A. H. Waggoner, T. P. A., 7 Tackeon Place, Indianapolis, Ind. ; "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestibtiled Trains With Wagner Sleeping Cars ••• t» ' ,. New York and Boston • frctn . St, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, ' '• via - : CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO. "The Knickerbocker Special." •'The Southwestern Limited." Sis Terminals at the Great Lakes. Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandusky, ' ClevelanB. Tourist Rates in all Directions. • E. 0. McCormick, Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, Genl. Pass and Ticket Agent SIX SIX. '• Those who enjoy a day's outing •hould not fall to take adr%age of the exceedingly low rate to St. Joseph via 'the Vandalli Line. Train leaves the irtatlon every Sunday at 7 a. m. Fare tor the round trip, $2. ...•'"'.. •SOLE,0JSTRIBUTEKS,INDIANAPOLIS i DISEASES OF THE SKIN. The intense itching and eraarting inci :dent tu eczema,'tetter, salt-rheum, and other diseases of the- skin is instantly allaved by applying.. Chamberlaiii'a; Eye ; and Skin O.intBient - llany, very bad JESCS have been, permanently '• cured,.by ii. It is equally, efficient for itching-piles nrid a'favorite remedy for sore nipples; chni)ped i iands, chilblains, irost biteiy-.and chronic-sore eyes. For sale by .druggists, at 20 cents per box. Trypr. Cady'8 Coriaition Powders, they ire just what a hdree needs rrhen in bad condition., Toric, blood purifier and vermifuge,. Special Train EXCURSIONS •TO- i . Maxinkockee Lake VIA THE VANDALIA LINE July i pth, 26th, and August and, 9th, i6th, a^rd. ! Fare for the round trip $1.00. Train leaves Vandalla station at 9:50 a m. PLAN TOUR SUMMER OUTING NOW-GO TO PICTURESQUE MACKIN AC VIA Tfl» COAST ; LINE. i It only costs $13.50 from Detroit, J1B.50 from Toledo, $18.00 from Cleveland for the round trip, Including meals and berths. One thousand* mltee.of lakarlde on new modern Bteel JBteainers for the ahbve rates. for ' illustrated pamphlet Address A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P, A. •!••.." Detroit,

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