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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, August 28, 1896
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Gladness Comes W ith a. better understanding of the transient iia.ture.of the many physical ills, which vanish .before proper el- tort*-- ffintle ell' c,rts—pleasa-nteftorts— unniiniiiiii SE.EN IN A'VISION. rhty directed. 'Chore is comfort in Ike knowledge, that .so many forms of S5tnessarcnot<taeto.!m ; v actual dis- •Me, but simply to a constipated cond-- of the system, which the -tc , Syrup of Figs, prompt- at is why it is th a reuiuvc,,. That" is why it is the only W»edy with millions of lamibcs, and is - re esteemed so highly by all trood -health. Its -beneficial -;ho fact, that it is the remedy which , "mess without debilitating -..- owans on which it acts. It is therefore SKmportant, in order to get its bcne- ' effects, to note when you pur- ; ,that you havetl.egenu.near,; ,U vuti mi-'- n- ^ .. wo. w.uu,. is manufacture^ by the Call- tarria Fi? Syrup Co. only nnd -Sold by •U reputable druppists. ,,,„,.,, 11 in the onjovmcnt of good health, and the system 'is regular, laxatives or Sher remedies are then not needed. If ^Ueted With .any actual disease. onB ••AT be commended to the most skilllul Sroicians, but if in need of a laxative, SKL.ldtavoU^.ojd-ththe ii-i-hest and is most largely 1 and gives most, general satisfaction. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bail) RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose tS Express id, 25c- Prevents Wetting Bead yioor or Walls. rlornless Water Closets. Send for CatnloBne tract Proof Wiiter Closets, Eell-Actlng Water Closets, Kelly Stop nnd Waste Cock, THOS, KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street. Chicago. A Droam Which n»i Much In Common with the Bounty. Vlcx Ginclclsber-cr, a farmer Jiving near Portsmouth. O., was called from his homo nt niffht by unknown men nnd i-mnlcrod. The night the. crinio was cornmiuerl, says the New iork World, his daughter Mary,- 13 roars old." stayed ftt the *°™°* William Cook in Portsmouth. The next morning nt breakfast she told her- etvancre dream. Slu- wild that it seemed that someone called her father, nnd tlw.t. he wont ou-tr side where he was murdered. After this she thought that she heard rapping in her room, nnd on the hwI 01 the bud in which she was sleeping-. She was so terrified that she covered her head with the bed clothing nnd went to sleep She was awakened soon and hn- n-ineil that, n. hand touched her and pointed toward where her father was Ivinff dead. . ." Within an hour after she had finished tcllin" 1 about tlie dream she received a telegram saying that licr father was dead Sho afterward learned that he liad been killed as she hnd PCCII m the vision and at about the same time. MTV. S. P. KLOTZ, PASTOR U. a CHURCH. THE GREAT BUSTARD. Jt Hai Boon Eltlnct In England for Mor« Than Fifty Sours. The great bustard formerly haunted all the level counties of England, and was particularly common on Salisbury plain. From the reign of Henry VIIT repeated measures were passed in order to protect it; and it is expressly included under the hood of game in the, statute of the first year of the reign of William IV., which codified aad reformed the laws relating togam«. Tho close season for bustard shooting was and is f ron* the first of March tothcflrst of September. But the native bustard la. now k-tinct in. England. The. last was killed at Switflham in Norfolk, in 1833. Any that have been shot since have been merely casual visitors, probably coming from tho plains of Saxony. J he causee ol the disappearance of the bustard are, firstly, the sport they afforded, for they were hunted with greyhounds as well as shot; secondly, the increase in the amount of cultivated land. This largest of European birds, weighing as much ns 30 pounds, could no longer find any sufficient support on, the closely cropped plains of England. J BUCKLER'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world 1'or cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ferer sores, tetters, chapped hands, chil- 'blains, 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. Kcosling. Messrs. Spruce & Fornshcll will establish n. new paper at Elwood, to be known as the Sunday News, to be devoted to labor interests. IfSOO IN GOLD DKOWNS A MAN. At the bttrnlut: of n steamboat on the Hudson river many years ago, many of the passengers were drowned. Among the bodies brought «P irom tbo bottom of tho river by grappling was that of a nmn known to have been an excellent swimmer. Around his waist was a belt containing nearly $800 In gold. That told the story. -In old and chronic cases oC Indigestion (dyspepsia or gastritis—It Is all the same) the sufferer develops a groat variety of symptoms and often dies- poisoned by the products of his own torpid and inflamed stomach. His food, instead of being digested, and so furnishing strength and physical sub- stauee, ferments and putrefies within him. The chief process, of Ufa is arrested at a vital point. The more he eats the worse oil' he is. And yet unless he can be fed he must also perish. People do so die, dally, by thousands, but we doctors seldom have tbe moral courage to give the cause its true name lest we should I* laughed at for out- Inability to cure so 'simple' a thing as indigestion. Simple? Why, it is the capstone of all complaints—and tbe mother of most of them."—So writes a famous English physician. Some of the symptoms alluded to are these: Loss of appetite; distress after eating; heartburn and palpitation; gid- illness; fowl acids and gases into the throat; furred tongue; spots before the eyes; unaccountable weariness and fatigue; sluggish circulation; weakness and nervows prostration; constipation or diarrhoea; discolored skin, etc. The sufferer's friends often advise him to cheer up; to throw off bis lethargy and eat freely. Bad advice. He knows better. "No," be answers, "I cannot; my food docs me no good." He is right. Food now is gold in the spent swimmer's belt. Take light nourishment, followed immediately by a dose of the Shaker Digestive Cordial—a new and radical remedy discovered "iind prepared by the Shakers of Mt, Lebanon, N. Y.-the essence of medicinal herbs and plauts cultivated by them alone. Then continue with It. Relieve at ouce and soon cures. • Pleasant to the palate and adapted to all constitutions. Trial bottles—which prove its merits —at ten cents. For sale by nearly all druggists. Tbe whole system Is drained and undermined by indolent olcers and open sores. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve speedily heals them. It is the best pile cure known.—Jno. M. Johnston. The Corning steel plant, Q£ Hammond, will close down on Saturday, throwing 425 men out of work. It Js a branch of the Illinois steel-works. waterioo, ind., Sept. 8,1880. __, Syrup Co.: Dear Slr:-I have been afflicted over Iwenty years with dyspepsia or sour rtotnach. I have tried different reme- •IM without much benefit. Finally 1 bought a 10-cent bottle of Syrup Pep- iin and found that it benefltted me. 1 «m convinced that It will do what It to recommended when taken according t* directions. I hav* taken nearly one bottle and feel like a different person. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. ~~ SUriMER TOURS -VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestibuled Tralas •WXtb Wagner Sleeping Cars t« New York and Boston from Bt, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special" "The Southwestern LImHed." Six Terminals at the Great Lakes. •hlcago, Benton Harbor, Toledo .Detroit, Sandusky, Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlck, Pass. Traffic Manager. -. t D. B. Martin. -Genl Pass and Ticket Agent. Many a day's work te lost .by sick headache caused by Indigestion and •tomacb troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are-the most effectual pill tat overcointng such difficulties.—Jno. . if. JohMton. of To say EVERY MEAL IS A TRIAL To the dyspeptic. Flatulence, heartburn, oppressive fullness of the stom ach, are the Inevitable sequences misuse of the knife and fork. of him that he gratifies the cravings of appetite would be genuine satire. He only apeases them. Is relief attainable? Certainly, and by the use. of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Will 'it cure immediately? Certainly not-it does not effect miracles. But It does give prompt and unspeakable relief, and will, If persisted In, produce, an ultimate cure. Not only- does It- Impart relish to the food, but promotes Its conversion by the stomach Into .rich, health and strength-sustaining blood, Supersensitlveness of the nerves, mental depression, and unquiet slumber. produced by Interruption of tbe digestive functions, are also remedied by It. It is tbe finest prcventlve-and curative of malarial disorders, and relieves constipation, rheumatism, kidney and bladder ailments, and liver complaint. Mrs. Frank Rigdou, of .Marion, while summering at Bear Lake, saw her little child fall into tlie water. Without hesitation she sprang 'to the rescue and brought him ashore. Poison Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, scalds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the groat pile evjre _jno. M. Johnston. Several months ngo Miss Clara McWilliams, of Memphis, accidentally pricked her hand with ,a hair-pin. Blood poisoning set in and she is lying at point of death after long suffering. Tneorles of cure may be.dlscusaed at lengfh by physicians, but the sufferers want quick relief; and One Minute Oongh Cure will give Jt to them. A eafe cure for children. It to "the only hannlesa remedy that .produces Immediate remdta."-Jnp^M. Johnston. Oscar Miller, of Bbone county, lost a hand while feeding a clover huller. • j GOD'S Sarsaparilla has over and M over again proved by its cares, when all other preparations failed, that it is tho One True BLOOD Purifier. The Thirty-fourth Indiana Regimental association will hold a reunion at Jiontpclicr on September 17. This regiment was known as the "Morton Rifles," and Oliver T. Morton will deliver an address. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION INDIANAPOLIS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S9G. The Vandalia line will sen excursion tickets on August 29th, 30th and 31st good to return until September 7th, inclusive from all stations, at one fare for the round trip. For full particulars call on nearest Vandalia-line ticket agent; or address E. A. Ford, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Louis Mo. • "BIG FOUR" TO ST. PAUL. On account of the Thirteenth Encampment G. A. R., at St Paul, Minn., Sept. 1 to 4, the Big Four route will sell tickets at one cent per mile from stations on its lines. Tickets good going August 30 and'31 and .September 1; good re-turning until September 15, with privilege of extension until September 80,1S96.. See nearest agent for particulars as to routes. THE DERVISHES. ' I'Htf KisrUt to LIIO Death In the fi»e« *t Great Odiln. Tim- dervishes havj lost nothing- of iliL'h' old vnlor. They heed death as little n.? ever. I saw them, says a writer. in the London Times, stand undismayed in the open and fight with dogged determination in the face of our deadly volley fire; they fought on with rifle nnd speur nnd knife when charged by the cavalry; each wounded dervish, as he lay bleeding to death on the ground, was a dangerous and treacherous foe until he had breathed his last. They even, did what some authorities have denied that any troops, however brave, would ever do—they stood in groups firing sitcadily into our ranks while our Jfcixim guns poured their streams of bullets on them, mowing them down like gmss. I doubt whether any other men in the world would have stood, ns these men stood, for nearly two hours, against such fearful odds as were opposed to them. But, if one may judge from this fight, the dervishes have changed their old tartios; they-have, to a great extent, abandoned the reckless rush of spear- men which used to distinguish Soudan- ese warfare, and rely more on rifle fire, in which their practice has considerably improved. If trained and disciplined (but it is very doubtful whether that savage beast of prey, the Baggnra, ever could be twined) these men would make magnificent infantry. They display now as rauch amazing-*x»lness -when acting ou the defensive us they did in their furious charges of former campaigns. QUEENS UNCOMFORTABLE. Tl^e R«U Tape of the Palace Wan Odlonl \ to Marie Antoinette. In Baron Rothschild's recent book of anecdotes he tells some curious talcs of thel extremely stringent rules of etiquette which prevailed ait the French court in tlic reign of Louis XVI. Marie .Antoinette christened the Conitesse de Noa-illes "Mme. Etiquette." Once when she fe.ll from a donkey in her private- grounds, she jumped to -her feet and cried out laughing: "Go and fetch Mme. de Xoaillcs; she will tell us what is prescribed for a queen of France will en she falls off a donkey." One cold wiatcrnijrht, when the queen was -undressing, the maid wn-s handing her the chemise du nuit, when the lady in waiting- came in, to whom, as being of superior rank, the garment had to be given over, says the Mirror. She could not touch it, however, until she hnd removed her gloves, and before that operation hnd been performed the Duchess d'Orlean-S, a princess of the blood, turned up, and niter her the Conitesse de Provence, who was of higher rank stDl, so that the chemise had to be handed down from one to the oUier, while the traeen stoorf waiting and shivering. At -last, unable to contain herself any longer, she exclaimed: "It is obiousl What a nuisance!" ' FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes tbe child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wild colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. HISTORY OF A TDETLE. The Creaturo Has a Strong tachrnent for Its Homo. At> It Han Wvod In tho S»roo Place for MOM Than Fifty-Two Yc»rn—It« Hack Decorated with Many Curlon* InHcrlptlons, In 1840 Miss Da-vie Peelo lived withl her parents in Taoli, Ind., the scat of Orange county. Slie was then ten years Cl age. One day during that year she, with come .young companions, went Into the deep woods about two miles from her father's house to pick blackberries. After awhile she became tired and stopped to rest on a green, and chadv bonk beside a. tiny pond. She observed a. small object moving in the grass at her feet. Upon investigating sine discovered Uie object to be a distant relative of the great nnd ancient family of tortoise, or testudinata, known in the vernacular as the "land terropin." This little creature has most, interests ing and peculiar habits. It is usually found near ponds, or in deep recesses of woods where jungles of foliage provide the moisture and coolnoss without which it does not seem to be content. It is wary, cunning, inoffensive and remarkably beautiful. It is armed cap- a-pie with a firm shell, in. color ascrair,- bled red of the prevalent Persian mode-. It exhibits the strongest attachment /for tiifl place it lias selected for a home, and if removed wil! return again, and again, even in spite of great difficulty. Miss 1'ecle tool; the little creature into her liana, admired its mottled armor, laughed at its ludicrous haste in ensconcing iteelf within its tough shell, slipped it into her pocket, a-nd took it home. She placed it in a box, but, as "the little prisoner refused food, she concluded to release it. It was suggested that,she carve her name on the little fellow's shell, and, as tJiis would cause the terrapin no pain, she did so, together with the date. Tlie occurrence passed 'ou.t of Miss Peele's mind, and ten years rolled by. In JS50 she married a, Mr. \Vible, who subsequently was clerk of Orange county several times. In the course of the summer after her marriage she found herself at exactly the same spot she had First Last nnd all the time Hood's Sarsaparilla has been advertised as a blood purifier. Its great cnrcH have been accomplished through purified blood - cures ol scrofula, salt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neural- Kia catarrh, nervousness, that tired feeling It cures when others fail, because it Always Strikea at the root of tho disease and eliminates every germ of impurity. Thousands testify to absolute cures ol blood diseases by Hood's Sarsapanlla although discouraged by tho failure of other medicines. Rembmber that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best - In fact the One True Blood Purifier. ~ TTT,. easy to buy, easy to take, Hood S PlIlS easy to operate. 25t A SHORT JOURNEY 1 TO The puddling and rolling-mill departments of the Indiana iron-works at Muneic have closed down. . if.you have ever seen a little child In the agony of summer complaint, you can realize the, danger of.; the trouble and appreciate the value of instantaneous relief always afforded, by DeWIJt's Colic & Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea It la a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this as a cure unless It were a cure.—Jno. M. Johnaton. Burglars plundered the postoilice at Ossian, securing a number of personal effects, but no government property. It doeetj i matter much whether sick headache, biliousness, indigestion and constipation are caused by neglect or by unavoidable circumstances; De- Wltt'8 Little Early Risers will speedily cure them all.—Jno, M. Johnaton. As tho result of the altercation near Reddingtou, Luther Hercules Is still confined to his bed, because of numerous cuts received at the hands o£ Charles Engleking. A warrant has been issued for Engloking's arrest. Don't trifle away time when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them In the beginning with DeWitfs Colic & Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results. Tbey are Instantaneous and It leaves the bowels In healthy condition.—Jno. M. Johnston. of ? DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles ? If not, get a bottle nov and get relief. This medicine has been found to be particularly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence In giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, •onstlpation, headache, fainting spells or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholr or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at B, F. Keesllng's drug store. W .T. Shollhouse, of Garrett, stands, charged with forgery, it being alleged that be secured ?5SO by means oC fraudulent notes. He gave bail on the criminal charge, nnd also security for payment of the notes. EXCURSION TO PETOSKEY AND MACINAO ISLAXD. Via. Vandalia Line, September, 1st. On the above date tbe Vandalia Line will run a low-rate excursion to Petoskey and Maelnac, Michigan. Tickets good returning for ten days. This Is the only through car line to northern -Michigan. For full particulars, call on nearest Vandalia line ticket agent, or address E. A. Ford, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Louis Mo. During a cutting affray between two railway brakemen at Princeton, John Skelton was stabbed by A. L. Davis. They were fellow-boarders; and 'the fight grew.out of a mutual claim.for a certain seat at the table. ••'... "Boys will be hoys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green appte season by having DeWJtf B Oollc & Cholera Cure In thd fcowe.—Jno. M. Johnston. CONDENSED TESTIMONY. Chas. B. Hood, broker and manufacturer's agent, Columbus, Ohio, certified that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Brown Prop., St. James hotel, Ft Wayne, Ind. testifies that he was cured of a cough of two years standing caused by Ja ; grippe by Dr. King's New Discovery. B: F. Merrill, Baldwinvllle, Mass., says that be has used and recommended it and never knew It to fall and: would rather have it than any doctor, because It always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of croup, because It Instantly relieves. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's drug store. A TURTLE WITH A HISTORY. visited ten years before. As she stood musing upon the occurrence of that day. her attention was attracted to a sma.ll moving object in the grass. Her surprise u.nd delight may be imagined when she found the object was the terrapin she had found there before. There . was'hcr name in living letters upon the creature's shield, and she thought no knight errant of old had ever more •faithfully protected-his sweethearts insignia, than had this armored knight protected h«rs. • She look the terrapin home to show her friends.' She lightly traced her new name under her former one, also the date 1850,' and sent her knight forth, .upon .bis errantry.. After many, years Mrs. Wible became a widow, and removed to Hutchinson, Kan., where she married a physician, Dr. McKinney, and yet lives: ' . During the summer of 1S72 she visited her old home et Paoli.- While she was thero her terrapin was found at tbe identical spot where it had twice before been captured. Mrs. McKinney cut her changed name beneath her two former ones,, smiling as. she. .did K> nt the knight's constancy and the meads fickleness. She returned to her western' home, and in .time ceased to think about her experiences with the telra- pin. In tho summer o£ 1895 Mrs. McKinney received a letter from a. friend at Paoli, together with a copy of a local paper which contained a statement of the above facts with the., information' that tho terrapin had lately been captured at its old home, and brought into town, after which the data was carved upon its shell, and the creature released. The terrapin was not perceptibly larger when laet found than it had been when first found 55 years before. Each time it had been released near the center of the little town, ond at least two miles from its-habitat. Probably no more remarkable manifestation of on animal's, attachment for its home is known than this furnishes. Coyote* «nd Their Pop.. An amusing incident occurred tho other day on the Lemon farm, near Garficld, Wash. Burt tcmon ond an employe of the farm were plowing, when they came across three yonn? CALIFORNIA IN FIRST CLASS STYLfc The Southern Pacific Co. -SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. ;>ver the Sunset Route-New Orleans to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Was discontinued April ICth. Tbe <aperlor accommodations given ttt> jreat number of patrons of tbe above ,T*In during the past tourist season, warrants the announcement of plans ;«r next season of finer service with equipment superior to anything yet mown In transcontinental traffic. Look for early re-Inansniration •8TJNSET LIMITED" this fall. For Home Seekers. The Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset ftoute" In connection with tnu "QueeD ind Crescent Route" are running the mly line of through tourist Pullman •Sleepers leaving Cincinnati evers Thursday evening for Los Angeles and ten Francisco. These excursions are sftecially contacted, and the object is to, enable the*.-1 vho do not care to buy tbe nrst-clasi; •ound trip or one way tickets, to enjoy j * comfortable ride with sleeping car privileges and no change of cars at tb», *tjy low second-class rate. I For further Information, address W.j 3. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. 8. P. I to., Cincinnati, O. W. G. KEIMTER, G. W. Agt. 8. P.J fo., Chicago, 111. g. F. MORSE, G. P. & T. Agt 8. P.j *o., New Orleans, L&. Graham &Mortoi TRANSPORTATION CO. fWIOB DAILY STEAMERS TO CHlJ •AGO. CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA RAIL- WAT AT KT. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and cbntlnnla •ntll about Sept 30th the steamer* Ihls line will make two trip* each wi lUlly between St Joseph and Ch »n tbe following schedule: Leave St Joseph at 430 p. m. « 10:30 p. m., dally, Including Sum Leave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11 > p. m., dally, including Sunday, trips on Saturday leave St Jogeph I a. m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. Sunning time across lake 4 hours. Trl-weekly steamers to Mllwanki living St Joseph Monday, Wednesd and Friday evenings. The equipment of this line ID (be side wheel steamers City of Ch Mid City of Milwaukee (the larifert Inest west of Detroit), and the n rebuilt propeller City of Loulsvl Bervlce first-class. Connections wiih T»ndalla tains. Tickets on sale at fandalla iC-ine stations. Chicago f«ot of Wabasb avenue., ,T. H. GRAHAM, P: Benton Harbor, M Will! II Ui<--,y ^".^"^ — - j coyote pups which had not yet opened their.eyes. While they were examining than-'the old orics appeared and approached to within 5.0 yards. Mr Lemon went to the Kov.se for a gun and a sacK ^and. placed the young-ones in the sack, which: was-tied-up and: left^intiu: fled until time to go in from work. -The old ones kepfarespectfuldistftncelrom the-rifle,' but : - hovered around.; • - Several turns'of the field were made with the- plow, and finally, when the men ca»e ' - ' i-here they had left the In eight ol w sack containing the young coyotesi, they saw one of the old ones with the eack, puppies and all, streaking It over the hill, and that was the last seen of them joing For A Lake Trip? You'll fully onViyall of ttsdc 1 f y ou take one o! the iKE MICHIGAN AMD LAKE SOPE TRANSPORTATION CO'S LEGANJifEAMSI r.,,illn«»bitwee« Chha«o wid / :sIundfoiiftIiBW*v Wrlto for our re; reading n»tter.M« ask yonr n«M«* ,,« , Address Jos. Berol: G. P. A. LAKE SUCH. AND Ruth MdN. W»tor«.. ^jjjsii^jjM;

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