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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 8, 1894
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, R; ADWAY'S SSEftBV Th« most oertatn and dftfe Renmdy in the world that Instantly cto « flic most eicriifllatlnf? paint It In truly the irroat CONQUEROR OF PAIN and bus done moro (?o«d than anv known i'«'inPily. FOR SPRAINS. BRtnSF-8. RACK ACHK PAIN IN TUB CHEST OR 8IT»E HKAOAOHK, TOOTHACHE OR ANYOTHKREXTERNALPAIN » few Hjiplinations rubbed on by the hand act like inftprlc cansinj; the pato to Instantly stop, tTnKH AND PREVENTS, Cold?, Coughs, Sore Throat, In flammation. Bronchitis Pneumonia. Asthma, Difficult Hreathinff, Influenza, •k»mutl*ni, >'« iir»liii«, Srlmlra. l.cnnlilKO. HwMJInir ill' til" 1 .Joints. I'ulii" In Kirk, Th-ll|ipll«itlmiof MlPttKADY RELIEF to thi D«rt or iiiirls wlii-rmlinii-iiltyor imln exist- wit •flonl t-H.-i« anil comfort. ALL INTKRN'AL PAINS. PAINS IW HOU'HT.S or STOMACH. CRAMPS SOUR STOMACH, NAU SEA VOMITING, HEARTBURN. NEKVOrSX ICSS. S L E K P J.K N S NESS. SICK HEA'DAOHK, PIAR RHCEA. COI.TC, FLATUJ.ENCY. FAINTING SPELLS are relieved in stunt I) inn! quickly etinnl by tukiiu: internally >L liulf to u toiupo nful of Remly Kflii'f in liiilf touspoonful of water. MALARIA. Chilis and Fever, Fever and Atme Conquered, Th^rt> l:i r.»' n remedial went In the world ttiiit will run- .'••••vor.-iml ,Uii"aml nil other Mali-iclon*. nilloiix tii.il oilier Knvers, iililnl by KudwajV Hill*. *o iinli-Kly iis Railway's Ui'iidy Rellfl. Pric" SOc per bottle. Sold by fliurjfllsts S P ADWAY' I* PILLS, for tlif i-nrf nt nil (Unorder* of tlir STO1- ACM. MVKK. BOWKM. KIDXKTS. Ill.ADDF.U XEKVOIX IIISWKH HKAHACIIK. COVSTII'A- TIO!» (OSTIVKJiKSS, IM>I«K*!I<«, DYHPKI'- Li, B1M01XNKS.S, KKVKB, INKLAJOUTia.N OK Till: KOWKliS 1'ILKs. uii Jll ilfranne- •««tH of tlic Intcrnul Ylsrrn, Forrlj frjrrtablr OBtnlnlnr no mrrrirj, mliieruN or DKLKTE- ,. H r boj. Sold by nil HA'iW \Y A CO , 3S WmTMl St. ^. Tf. Bfi nor? and Mk 'or HADWAY'8. La Grippe, Catarrh AND _;OLD IN THE HEAD r*llt«td Inttantly fcy on* application of Blriw't Catarrh Powder •»WtT«rjwher« bj druggl«U or dJiwet by m, BON. A,M.Fu*t«J | i4l e 8 u P r * IJ10 *-' ourt *^ el)l>WT ' t ** 1 «S IJ'o; &&1 tJt »«••" MBl»»i ••* •*»»«*• *•* ™°" . FiTnra CLARKK. BWy to th« Bt HOT. BUSop «ip I onJ.Vlh.il wn>. I ">» do.njUiinl lo T»r lh. nnudr loh.lp mh.n wI 10 .r«.ulI« l Wllll a POOR OLD RUSTYCOAT. as3»fi^.-.-i-i»*.f«!!i»^is-i •Ulllff WHY JULL d» you p«y $3 to $3 for • «**•»»• wmwIyTwhciKMpoiMitarprteM) Birney's Catarrh Powder limey Catarrhal Powder Co. Sold by H. f. KfionIliiR and J. L. Hnnnon. Lo- (•Dftport, I nil. ANTAL-MIDY ThoM tiny Capsule* aro Bttporioi Ito Balaam of Copaiba, ICubcbi and InjecUona, JTbey euro In48 boon tbo I Mine dlMMe* -without ni- iTmlence. WLOBYALLC: He Died as Gallantly and Nobly na Ho Had Lived. ])«rnra I1U Mnittfr Could Kxrcnt* the Faithful 1)1,1 (>n< Ho Tackled Hn Ottnr mill I.out Illi 1,1 fc in FlnliihliiK IUlu Dp- City spDrtsiuon who Imvo i>ut up at Marl; U. Lovulluy's plsicu on Tunka- Iioimu iTt'i-U in tin! laM. (loxcii yours rc- cull \vitli ploasnvi! the frii'iully fn tin: l;ir;:v. Inm<-st eyes and tho intolli- tront \v:iys ul' Mr. l>v;i!U'y'* fiimous old hunting diw IJiislyi-iuK.. J-it.v.s ii NvriU'i- in tin! Ni'\v Yorlc Sun. The dop w.-i?, half shi'|ihurd iind half hound. His NCtMil wns ;is kyou us a fox's, and. he would follow tin.- track of a bear, n deer, a fox. :i 'coon or ;t rabbit. IK- w:if, vi'i'y friumlly to children and he liked lo'liuvo the noijjhboriug youn/stui's eoine to the house. Mr. Lev;illey's pointer ,lep Iind :i luitred for ehililren. and whonevur tlio inip of tiledistriut, stliool approuchod tho dooryard ;,';ite he h:id l!u- lialiit of dush- in,T out mid fri^liu-niny tla-in away witli his spiteful growls and yelps. If liii.-itvoixit ivn.s in hearing wlie.n thu snai>pish ni,inter ;ieted in that way to\vard tin,- eliildn'ii he would jfive Jep a lii-kini,', M'lnl him liowlinfj to tlie 1,-ciini-] iind tjua.x the little ones to entnr the van 1 ., wlnrj'i 1 he ^vas wont, to prive vent'to hi.-, friendliness liy g-umbolin^ H-it.h Uieni till he tired tliem oi't. Kus!vi'i'iit. who wa.-, nearly Jonrteen yeiirs '"Id, liec;iino so badly crippled with rheumatism:* few month-sn^o that he could hnr\lly walk when lio crawled on!, of )>:-•• PI''I in I hi- inorninj,'. After he hr.d hubliled urouinl fov awhile ho K '0t limbered up a little, but lie was so stilT iind 1:mi" that il wsis impossible forliiintri trot i>r run. The faithful old hunting do^' prew worse rijrht :ilonfr and he sull'i-reil so irnich that Ml. I.eviilloy finally decided to put him out (ft lii.s misery. On Saturday of lasl week Mr. Lcval- ley and a neiphbor sei out to dij; some bnildiiifT-stoiies from an old quarry near tin- bank of ihe crcuk. -Mr. Le- v:slli>.v took the lame old do^ down to the ercek for tho purpose of killing OLP HUSTVCOAT KE1T HIS HOLD. him. When he got to tho creek IIP didn't have the heart to kill the poor old <loff, no lie put off the undesirable job till tho afternoon. Ruutycoat be- p»n to hobble and sniff alonff tho bank and it wasn't a great while before Mr. Levallcy noticed that he had lain down Jlosr to the stream, with his nose over a root, as though he was watching for something'. The soil over tho layer of stones was frozen solid and Mr. Lovalley and his leighbor drew some coal to the npot and bniltalire on it to thaw it out.. Then they cut brush till dinner time and when they Htarted for the house the old dog was still watching M the root. Mr. Lcvalley called to the dog, and Rustycoat wagged his tail, looked wistfully at his roaster, but didn't stir. When they returned from dinner the old dopr was in the sarae position. Within half un hour they heard the •water .spiralling, and looking toward the creek they saw the old dog Strug gling with an otter under the root. The old cripple had evidently dropped Upon the otter the moment it stuck its h»ad from under the root, for he had it by tlie neck, and, although tlie otter was biting him viciously on the shoulder, he huug to it and tugged and twisted to drug it out of the water. The neighbor seined a club and Murtcd to help the old dot:, but Mr. Levalley insisted on letting the animal flpht it out. Tin: otter tore the old dog's hide terribly, but liu.stycoat kept hi.s viselike hold without, flinching, and inch by inch the old crippled dog lugged his Hntagonifrt along the bunk until he reached the edge of the blazing coals, when ho gave the otter a fling and threw it upon the flrc. The otter squealed and sprang out, but the dog caught it, and after another lonff imd,flerce tussle, In wnieh the dog's ,nose was : torn open, he •gain fljunjj the otter into the fire. THIS time the otter had its teeth set in Rustycoat'K neck and it took the dog with It, both landing on the bod of coals. Then Mr. Levalley undertook to res«ue the dog, but he was too late. Both Rustycoat and the ottor omwled out of the fire still clinched, but they had. been fjit»llji..l»um*d.-*ad > alter-a few gasps, both stretched out and died. ADVENTURE WiTH SAVAGES. A Novol C»« tor Cr»n». •The only w»y to dispose of the crunk question." said the man with the long hair and soiled shirt front, -is to arrest all suspicious characters, "examine them, and every OIK who don't know the difference beuvecn right and wrong confine him perpetually in the courthouses " -What for?" asked the prosecuting attorney. i ".WJiat f or? Under modern leg-al re- ;i quirement» where—I repeat—whore vwould you flad. »uch a petit, jury?'.'— Cleveland PUiindealer. i curt" Hii.t tlio InilliitiN, Never satisfied \vit!i ordinary activity of common ndvutituves, (iirorge was ac- uUKlomed tn employ green trappers to work by tlie month luidoi 1 his direction; then, pr.shhiLj 1 beyond the usual lino of trapping into tlie Vankton country, hi: would c.-^iblisli a camp out ofthe wn.v of Indiiin haunts, mid distribute his muii up and down the streams to ti'iip. Diiriiur tho winter of IS.'iS II he planted his eamp on Devil's ki!tc, ;i lii:ve bo 'y of wiiU'r in what is n.u\v tHirt.lu'a^ti.'ni ihikoUi. A Moux chiu!' of 1 hi' Vankton tribe, whose Indian iiaiiii'sixnilies, "old man, lieai-d that I In; :idvi;nti!raiis linnilcart drawer wus trapping lit tlmt point, and filled out :i!i expedition for the purpose of robbing him. partly perhaps under the pretext of vindicating a Vankton chiim to a ripiirian ownership in all the muskrat and ottor that paddled in the streams of that country, lint inlluenoed .still more strongly by au Jadiun's love of plunder. It was ii bright winter morning, and licorge had followed an elk six miles through tho snow. Ik: Imd just shot it. and WIIM stripping oil' its Mr.it. when ho s:iw an Indian sciilp-luck rising above the top of alittlu knoll, lie tbn-w himself into a thicket, put his hand on his bulletponcli. ana I'liiiini by tuiu'h, without counting, that tUi;ri! were fifteen bullets in it, while thirteen Indians suoii oainu into vii.'W. "Is Tho-.Man-that-draws- the- Handcart hcreV" asked om: of tin? Indians, for they knew Northrup's aim too well toiijipro.'ioh without eiiutinn. "1C any man comes one sti'l" nearer." crii'd (ii'orfiv. in thy Dakota longiie. until 1 know whother this is a war [jiti'tv or n<)1, I \vil) slioot him." Olio of the Indians lirrd oft' both barrels of his gun into tilt: air. which was a pledge of pi-acoi'i'.l inU-ntiouN but it put Oi-orgu iimlor tho nuocshity of emptying his gnu and trusting to the uncurUiintiu's of Indian good faith, or of accepting battle with the odds of tiiirtc-cn to one. Slipping tin- cap from one barrel Licorgc ranoiit and lired one barrel of his gun. bringing the hammer down (in the capK-.--s tube of tlie other, as though tli« barrel u-crc onipty. JIi: was now virtually il prisoner, but he dexterously replaced the other cap and kepi a good hold on his gun. He afterward luanuguil to load tin. 1 empty bar- ix-1 without attracting attention. lie understood pm-1'cctly the: Indian plan. They knew that any attempt to take the life of a man with no .sure an «veand quick a hand as (.leorge's would probably cost some Indian his life. They meant to detain him on some pretext while a dftachiiu'iil should plunder his camp, guarded only by inexperienced men. The boldest way was the only one. After standing in the Indian camp awhilo he confronted the chief and said quietly: "I'm going home," immediately turning about and taking the trail that led to his camp. Tin- savages were nonplussed by the suddenness of the movement, and they fell into line behind Northrup. At every step of that six miles George expected a rifle ball from behind. Guns, provisions, furs, were scattered about the trapper's camp in confusion: if. the Indians on their arrival should flnil things so the camp would tie utterly stripped.- (!eor(r« tried again what virtue there might, be in impudence. Turning to the old e.hief. when they came in sight of the eamp. he said: "Old-Man, my men are jfivon; they do.not know that you are coming in friendship: if you go in now, they inijhl ih'a 0:1 'you. \Vait lie re -t:'.'.:! I go nu,l U-ll thorn Hint, yon arc friends. In fact. (leni'H'c feared nothing so little as that his men would shnot. lint the Indians were doo.cive<l. :md with a "Ho!" of approval, tin- Sioux coriseni.ocl to remain until their welcome should be assured. \Vhen they reauliL'il the camp, Cc-orge had everything in order, the tilings all under •fiia-rd. ami the liidhins saw themselves outwitteil. There were, thirteen savages to six or seven white man: but Indians like to koop tluiir own skins whole, aud to attack ,so vigilant a man as Northrup was dangerous, tieorge, overheard them disputing which should have his rillc. "Whori- is your gun'. 1 " In; demanded of one of his men. "The Indians are sitting "li it and I cannot ^'et it.' Cieoi'ffC walked up to the row of Indians who had taken the <;'iin ill this tentative and diplomatic manner, :in», i»yi;iiig them sternly, he sei/.od th stocli of the ;;'iin, whermi[iOn the cow savage^ rose uj), and he relni-neil th (run to the man and ordered hi hold on to i!.. The crisis came at last. There wa of Hour bui thirty-seven pounds hi th camp, oare.i'ully hoarded against ex tremity. To I'teorge's consternatio lie found that Old-Man had seix.ed it, while his frightened mm did not dare ofl'or resistance. Northrup walked di- rec.tlv up In where the chief sat with the sack of Hour by his side, and laying hold of il, slarte.d olt '•Stop!' 1 cried tho Iniliau.grt ting to his feet. "Man-that-l>r!i.w.--( !ie-llaiu!carl, briny back my Hour!" ' (loorgo turned about, ;ind with a g'-s- ture of that cool dramatio l<iiul which so impresses a savage, he opened the breast of his coat and said: ••old-Man, if you want t,, kill me, shoot, but yon tiiall not take away my fooil and leave me to starve." "Tlien," said the chief,fiercely. ''Man- that-draws-the-Ilandeart, you shrill j.ro south. The Dakota tribes believe that tlie soul, driven out of the body, journeys oft' to the south, and "to 3-0 south" is, unions the Sioux, the favorite euphemism for death, (Je.orgv looked iintlineh- iDffl.v at tlie chief, and said: "Very well, Old-Man, I will jfosouth, then. Hut it' 1 go south you have got to go also, and just as many more as I can take with am. lint you liraU" At this the chief quailed. He sax,that he was hostage for the good bi!- hav-iorof his whole party, aud, indeed, Northrup had givun orders that if a movement towards au attack wero .aiaue by any Indiau, the chief should be killed first The Indiansat lantsuc- ceeded in stealing au old llintloek musket aud a bag of pemmican, with •which they mink- off. As soon as they were gone, George pushed off to a grove far out on the open prairie, which grove he had reason to think the Indians were not acquainted with. —Kdward Egglestou, iu Harper's Magazine. Your Health Back==and More. That's what you get from taking Beefmalt and Celery. It feeds flesh and blood—does away with unsound muscles, sickly skin, and suffering makes every man a perfect man from top to toe. It is a godsend to womankind. Prime Beet Ripe Grain and Fresh Celery—Beefmalt's only ingredients—make it the ideal remedy for all weaknesses of women. Thli It wh»t Mw. Kato B. l<nrl», Peorla, wrildi: »i h JfavilU™* duty wttcb I owe to/Terr molh- er »'tST wbit BSiliiHt bw doDformo. Kor Here l» tbo KMtlmonr of MM. Wm. n. WlHon, "«? bottloi or Beefmalt haro ontlrclT cnrad mo of fho m™"dl.ord.red womb trouDIo ever woman " Mr.. John WllWm, 834 Wlloot Arc.. CblOMO, wr. - Nopby»lolanlnCHIcii»ocoiild,cloj«li»t -"Jirj-V u cured me. I could not ent, "-'- •*- •• «i lonlilbsvn fullT to all." SlIIINOHKLU, ILL. Aug. IS, 19S3. Boftk, Sotlc; boil, boil; rime, rint* aw»y, And scarcely set the board «t «H, Upon • washing d«y. For SANTA CLAUS SOAP it dow^tbe work, And toil is changed to pl»y, While gaily Elngs the laundry maid, upon a washing day. Santa Claus Soap N. K. FA1RBANK & CO.. fcicrease tin- sales on llicir full Hue of goods. Th«-y can aConl <o nellI at » Inw I> Sffl w. believe vo,, «... »» n ,ono, l,y b«yin B »li £"'«"S|»£' JjU^Un. Mwl a»ed below. Catalocue flrcc upun api.llcatiou. W. I- WOCGLAfe, JJrocKwn, ALOW. J. B. WINTERS. m c Tir HELPS OVER HARDPLACFS Solace For Tired Spirits Are All Afforded In, the Superb WORLD'S ART FAIR _; PORTFOLIOS- THEY ARE WELL SPRINGS AND A PERPETUAL DELIGHT. T"^. » j fTl _ • 1 To Clip Every Coupon li /"\>1 T H>lll T ° Seeure Every B&oh Number JL/Ull U J? dll To Seeure Every Future WumW or AMUSEMENT or EDUCATION 256 MAGNIFICENT ART REPRODUCTIONS, 256 COVERING EVERY FEATURE OF THE FAIR. These Views are the Most ABPriSTTtC^AUTHENTia ACC»- RATE,»nd in Every >Vay T|(B BEST. B!^^ € SS^" ttl ^ tSffi? ™ 1K ' r "' SOLD 8Y ALL DRUGGISTS. There is no substitute for a mother, neither is there for Beefmalt- and Celery Don't allow your druggist to sell you seme cheap, good-for- nothing article for Beefmalt. Have him order it.tor you. Price, 35'. THE BEEFMALT CO, Boston, Mass. Chicago Oiflce. 223 DearboraSt. For sale by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. PART 4 NO W READY I HOW TO SECURE THESE HP.LBNDID PORTFOLIO* Bring or send 6 coupons ofdifferent dates. from page one, with 10 cents, to the Portfofi* Department of the Journal, and you can secure any Portfolio the week after the issue of each number. In sending do,not include anjf, other business in your letter but state particularly the number of Portfolio wanted. A<*dress, I PORTFOLIO DEPARTMENT JOURNAL, i LOUANSPORT,

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