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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 4, 1894
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m^jl^^^^i^^i^^^^^^^f^,-.^,^ R. K. r\» DADWAY'S R READY RELIEF. The most certain and safe Pain Remedy In the world that instantly •tops tho most excruoiating paing. It Is trnly the preat CONQUEROR OF PAIN and haft done more goed than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE, PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDE, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, OK ANY OTH ER EXTERNAL PAIN, <* few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic causing the pain to instantly *top. CURK3 AND PREVENTS, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Inflammation, Bronchitis. Pneumonia, Asthma, Difficult Breathing, Influenza, WINNING BY SHOCKS. tnganioua Sohemsa for Galvanizing Old Race Horses. Ifo Track In S»f« from Thorn—Wlij 1>I»- honoftt jockey* Kmploj" thp Kl«otrlo liuttcr.T »nd the Now Kl«etrlo Nitlldlr. 8n«llinK OF th€> Joint*. Paint In Hick, (.'hunt or Llralm. The application of th»> RKADT RELIEV to tlie part or part* wliorw difficulty or pain exists will •fford ease and comfoit. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS or STOMACH, CRAMPS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, DIAR- RHOEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly anil rjiiiflkly cured by taking Internally M, half to n, tenspoonful of Ready Relief in luilf teaspoonful of water. MALARIA. Chills and Fever, Fever and Ague Conquered. There is not a remedial agent In the world that will care Paver mut Ague and all otber Malarlons, Billow, «nd otber Kevera, aided b; Hadwaj's Pills, so qnlcklr aa Bndwas's KeaUr Keller, Price 50c per bottle. Sold by drugolsts. DADWAY'S n PILLS, For tie cm of all dlnordew or tk» STOI- 1CH, LITEB, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, XEBTOCS DISEASES, HEADACHE, COSSTIPA. TIOM COST1TEHESS, INDIGESTION, DTSPEP. U, BHJOV8JTC8S, FEVEB, nH'U»ATUnf Or THE BOWELS, PILES, ind til doruiK- •«»t* of th* Iktenml Yl««ri, Purely nir«Uble »t>lilir no mtrctirj, uln«r»l« or DELETE- •IOCS DUUGS. Price as cents per box. Sold bj all Drag BADWiY A CO., 32 W&rren St., N. Y, OTBe onre and ask for BADWAY'S. "Xo raoctraclt, however frrcat Its reputation for the most respectable racinfr, is safe from the seliomos of turf jobbers," remarked a sporting 1 man to a New York AVorld reporter. "Doubtless it would seem like trenson to remark that in all probability a strongly fortified confedurue.v lias put throufrh many a job upon some of tho best-known tracks in the country— Sheepshead bay, Morris park, Monmouth, Wusliinffton park, in fact, all tho better tracks, to say nothing of Guttunbtirg, Gloucester, East St. Louis, New Orleans and other racetracks that have Ruined tho name of being 1 tho haunts of tho jobber, whether righteously or not. Men of hiR-h purposes und the best of intentions are placed in command at the various racing associations, but despite their efforts to surround tho sport with every possible protection, the assistance of the scientific application of electricity to paraphernalia prepared by men of inventive genius arms tho jobbers with tools that almost baflle detection. It must not be supposed for an instant that. because horsemen are generally very illiterate, they do not possess in an uncommon lieffrop the tact and shrewdness of cold-blooded schemers. Soienee walks arm-in-arm with the collejiu student and the disreputable horse- owner or trainer. Jn other words, we cannot be too careful of our rueinR 1 lo prevent a continuation of the biff turf jobs that have been perpetrated by the medium of electricity—electric whips, spurs and oilier appliances. True it is that since some crude attempts to Catarrh AND COLD IN THE HEAD relieved instantly bv one application ol Birney's Catarrh Powder surprise of tho horses, which are frightened into winning r;icos, and well plaued are the bets that those in the job put upon their horses in every available poolroom in the country. Sineu 1S9L, when the electrical device was iirst experimented with by the 'pang 1 ,' untold jobs have been put through, :ind, as / said before, nolm.uk is safe from invasion." | The :u:me of the electrical conspirn- j tors' art was reached when tho eleutrie sai'.cllu was inventeil. This (rave a larper battery eoncealeil in the pudding 1 and a method or' applying tiie electric shock far safer than the body battery, liy the ingenious use of very line wire and tinsel and tho method of making the circuit down (he stirrup- straps to the base iron, where the pressure of the boot of the jockey forms :i contact and conducts tins current throug-h the spurs to the animal, this device is made almost proof against detection. It wns the custom of the jobbers to take into their confidence only such jockeys as would promise secrecy and faithfulness. A neat and almost imperceptible switch is located in the pommel, which can be thrown at any point in the ra.cc by the mere pressure of the rider's linger, and the glasses rrf the judge will reveal no suspicious action. How many times the electric saddle has been successfully used but few can tell. SufTiei'-nt to say its use lias never been detected. SPRAYING SAVED HALF. nn at BATTERIES FOB " GALVASIZIXG ' HORSES. RACK tv. yATHKit CLAIIKE, -Sw^j 1 to the in. Rev. Bishop of Columbus, Oblo, writes; . "« — '/ ...... .-^ .™5 for th. rraeilj (o Mlp «h.« who .r. «ulf«r.n S , It E. Fmousos, Custodian 0. & Appralner's Stores, ™, .n,,,.,,*- to n» '»»•' froai H4MT rejuvenate, or, I might say, galvanize old horses that once possessed speed •were exposed several months ago, no one has heard of the electric battery being 1 used at any of our tracks, although tho suspicious actions of several long shots might have warranted investigation. Paragraph 0 of section 109 of "Tho American Kacing Rules," adopted by the American turf congress, provides for expulsion for the use of any electrical, mechanical or other appliances for the purpose of stimulating the speed or endurance of a. horse, and woe be unto the jockey found with a battery stowed away in his saddle or with a body, boot or whip battery. "Why should the schemers use tho battery? Well, there are scores of animals at every track that possess Jlig-hts of speed, but which are what tho trainers term 'cunning'—that is, they hava grown so wine in their business that they, very human-liko, refuse to bo battered about from track to track and raced almost every day. They know that they will always be accorded about the same (food treatment and receive just as good food, and consequently they rarely feel in the mood to let thetnselTOB out. It Is with the»« »ni- «,«)<. •>,<,* »>,« vihHerH fleal. rauoh to tho . ferd»fn«»lld b.v. rteomni.nilirf 1U inn lo *"*J »> JJJ Mflldi Mid «n uj I b«« o««r b.ucl of . *»« »k«» « <>•• Mid to nltox. SX^&SSj&SA 6Oc. Biroey Catarrhal Powder Co. 1J06 MASONIC TEMPLE, CHICAGO. Mid eT«rjw0Mi>l)j drugglnUordlrwt Sold by B. V. Keeillng. J. L. Hanson and Ben nsher. L»j»Dsport. Ind. WANTED. W AHI.ED-Salfsmun; roanent place. men, Chicago, 111. ., salary from start, jwr- Brown Bros. Co., Nurwry- A BXNTS make 15.08 a day. Greatest kitchen atenall ever In-rented. Retails 36c. 3 to 6 •old in Ov«i7 house. Sample, pMtwfepBld. fi»e. '•- foHsmnt ft MoSfAKiH, Clncfnnattl, 0. M EN to take orders lo ererr town and cltj; no delivering ' "DO capital r«qi fll delivering; Rood wages from start; pa; weekly; apltai required; work jenr round. State nge. GLEN BROS., Rochester, N, T. <t 1 K ft A * 'WEEK paid to ladlei nnd gents to A ID • UU • • aelltn« Rapid Dtib Wtsher. Wo*h- «• and dilei them In two minutes wlthont wettjmr the bands'. No eiperlene* neoessan 1 : sells at »l«ht; jmrmnnMit position, iddreis W. P. Harrison 4 Co., Clerk No, 14, Columbus, Ohio. WANTED SALESMEN % " Hie ot NUlWlBt STOCK and SEED POT1- TOK8._LiBKaAL SALARY Ot COMMISSION PAID WKEKLT,: TBRlOKiKT *nd FATING POSITIONS to GOOD MBN. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO BJCfllNNERS. EXCLUSIVE TEH- miTOBT GIYJCN 19; DKMRXD. Write M One* tor tmaa to ! \ • • • ; . : ' The Hawks Nursery Co,, Rocbester, N. Y. I[Uerostli:k" Kxpcrlmontn Currlm tliv Ohin Station. The opinion has been held by a few that unfavorably weather is not, iu all cases, tho direct cutisc of failure, and some experiments carriod on by tho Ohio experiment station sLrcufi'then this opinion. An orchard of Nc\v- iJfevn pippins, of nearly two hundred trees, was divided oil into plots, none of the plots containing less than one row, and some as many as four. Tho dilate Bordeaux mixture, which was found to be best in '02, occupied tho same phiec last season. The ingredients used in tho mixture were sulphate of copper, 4 pounds; lime, 4 pounds; water, 50 gallons. Comparing the two plots where this compound was used with the two unsprayed plots tho astonishing fact was observed that no marketable fruit could bo found on the unsprayed plots, nor was there much fruit of any kiad, while on the sprayed plots, which had boon subjected to the same unfavorable climatic conditions, there was about half a crop. It is well known that scab.attacks apples in all stages of growth, and that i! it appears very early it may cause the young fruit to drop prematurely. When it attacks the blossoms it, of course, destroys them. The first spraying was done before tho. trees had bloomed, and tho supposition is that many of the fungus spores were thus destroyed and the apples were thus given a chance to develop. Early spraying is essential to the b est success in preventing 1 the apple scab. The ^•pores, from which the scab fungus develops, live over winter on the trees, and begin growth in the spring at the same time as the leaves start to prow. How rapidly the fungus develops depends upon the weather. Xo dates can be named for spraying, but a good plan is to make tho first application just before the leaves open, and the second soon after the blossoms fall, at which time four ounces of pai-is green should be added to each fifty gallons of the mixture, in order to kill the apple worm. A third spraying with the combined mixture is tojbe given about ten days later, and still another after the same length of time, In case of continued wot weather.—Farm, and Home. PLUCKY PRAIRIE Two Not*bl0 Examples of Gonuliie Feminine HiToinm. While women of the east are distinguishing themselves by entering professions and trades alongside their husbands and brothers, and winning both fame and financial reward, those of the prairie are not behind in the race for prominence. Tin: opening of Oklahoma has developed many a heroine, and more than one deed of daring h»» been performed by the fair sex. Most striking of all, perhaps, is that of Miss Minnie Duval, who has spent nearly nil her life in the Cherokee strip, where her parents, by the good graces of the Indians, located in )S7f), moving from Missouri. fShe is known as "tho lady cowboy," and her fame has been spread far and wide by tho influx of dwellers In the new lands. When the Duval family lirst entered the territory, her father invested in twenty-five head of cattle, which have since increased to five hundred, and make a large herd to care for. She is tho only child, and though but eighteen years old, she is her father's chief assistant She docs not simply tike the cattle to tho range and leave them, but remains with them all day, looking after them as well as couUi any cowboy. Her duties frequently take her a score or more miles away from home, as the cattle must be kept moving in order to feed well. Often some of the catt.lc become mired in thu mud alonci 1 the streams where they j^ra'/.e. Then comes tho hardest part of her work. With true cowboy skill she throws the lariat ovor the slender, branching horns, while UK- other end of the 'ong but very strong rawhide rope is fastened to the saddle. Then a. long, steady pull-on I lie part of her puny draws th,; unfortunate animal to :L plaee nf safety on dry ground. She lias a largo herd for one person to look after, but with the assistance of two well-trained cattle ilogs, slie does it perfectly. While on the range she dresses in cowboy fashion—wide-brimmed whito felt hat, long gauntlet gloves, a lariat coiled about her saddle horn and a revolver in her belt—and rides the wildest bronchos "with thorough case. When off duty she is a modest, unassuming young lady—the last one would suspect of such masculine accomplishments. At the annual round-up she has during the past two seasons taken her place with the other cowboys and made a good record. In a lasso- throwing contest, when the wildest of the cattle were turned loose and goaded into fury by matador method*, she held her own and was given a handsome saddle by the cattlemen, who saw her skillful work. Her father's ranche is on the banks of the Sawleg, not far from Perry, and has gained considerable notoriety from the daughter's ability as a handler of cattle. Dut it lias not spoiled her—she is as modest and unassuming as ever. Another kind of heroism, not less striking, was that shown by MissZeila Mason, a teacher iu a district, school of a western Kansas county, durijg the More, than that, sbe will wear a handsome gold watch which tho thankful parents out of their &lim purses have presented to her. It is that kind of heroism that western people appreciate, a,nd no brighter example has in a lo'ig time coma before public notice. — Putruil free Truss. THE FOUNDER OF MONTE CARLO A 8«T«r* Remedy. Brown—My barber used to ask a thousand questions while shaving 1 me, but now he hurries up the job in silence. Jouen—Indeed! Hew d» you manage it? Urown—I *at heartily of raw onions just before going to Us shop.—Judge, AND CELERY, The Spring Tonic. Only a lucky few don't require a health-bracer this time of year. Most of our bodies are half paralyzed—need to be charged with life, that sets rich blood coursing through the veins, clears the complexion, soothes the nerves, freshens the brain and whets the appetite. Read what Miss Anneta Carlysfe of Cincinnati, 0. writes: "Generally at the close of 'the Winter season I have found myself, worn out, and rundown. I had no appetite, my complexion was sallow,.! was .all the time tired and was so nervous at night I could not sleep. My physician recommended Beef- malt and Celery. I had taken but four bottles when I felt a,markcd change in my very beinir. I could sleep perfectly, my appetite more than came back;and. I.frankly assure you I am enjoyinj; perfect health rind will ever feel indebted to.you (or .the great benefit derived from your preparation." . ANNETA CARLYSLE. The President's wife has cordially recommended Beef malt—says, as do all who have used it, that if is the One'remedy to take in springtime. THE BEEFMALT CO., Boston, Hass. SOLD BY ^LL ^RUCCISTS, 35c. : i-or sale' by Ben Fisher.'811 Fourth St., all Druggists. prevalence of the great bli/.zard that swept over the plains of the west early this year. The sod schoolhouse is not a pleasant resort in which to spend zero weather, standing, as it does, in the midst of a great level plain, unsheltered from tho winds. The cabins of the settlers are far away, and there is nothing nearer than a cattle ranche resembling human habitation. The twenty pupils of the school are all young, the oldest being fifteen; and tho twenty-year-old teacher had her hands full leading them along the way of education. When tho storm came up there was no preparation for R The first indication was a blinding cloud of snow that hid the prairie landscape from view and sent the llourlike frozen moisture through every crack and cranny, filling the room with intense cold. School was dismissed and the little party huddled around the stove, endeavoring to keep warm. The larger boys were divided into details and set to bringing in coal from the shed a few feet outside tho door. Tho whole supply, insufficient in quantity, was piled up near the stove; tho food that the children had brought to school was portioneci;out to stand a two-days' siege, and the plucky schoolmistress prepared to keep her little charges from suffering, knowing that they could not bo rescued until the storm abated. All night she oared for the children, keeping tho fire going with the coal and later chopping up table, desks and chairs. In the morning there was nothing to eat, and in a little lull she tramped a quarter of a mile to the cattle ranche, only to find tho herders gone. There were some cows and she milked a pail of milk, helped herself to tho supplies in tho ranch house, and hurried back to the school, nearly frozeu and exhausted. Tho storm continued, and it was not until the next morning 1 that rescuers were able to get through the drifta and blinding clouds of snow to the schoolhouse. They found a httfrjfard and pitifully nervous teacher and badly frightened, bnt unharmed pupils in the little building. There was no furniture left and even the blackboards were sacrificed to tho necessity ,of the cruel cold. As the parents broke in the door the teacher did what women usually do— fainted, but she had good . care, and though it will be a long time -before she recovers from the thrilling ad ture she has made. Jhat,wlll TrultH c>r tho Man WliiiHO l'eculi:ir Enter- prim; KiilmMl ThonstinilH. One livening in tlio days of the second empire a crowd of men were reading the evening paper in a salon in the Rue ilu Rivoli, '•All.'' said one, breaking t.he silence, "so live millions are still wanted to finish the new opera house." A silent listener took up a pen and filled in and signed a check for that amount without a word, liy and by, when the new opera house was finished, that silent man was somehow the only person forgotten in tho distribution of seats for the grand opening night Charles Monselet is responsible for this curious little anecdote, the horo of which was Francois JJlanc, directeur of the Casino at Monte Carlo. Blanc was a man of vast ambition, a born financier ami administrator, who might under certain conditions have been a Rothschild, but who lives in history as a mighty organiser of gambling enterprise, and was really one of the simplest of men. To see him in his brown overcoat, his gold spectacles half dropping oil his nose, one would have taken him for a petit run tier, whose, wildest ilreams were of the construction of a little grotto in his little garden, with little plaster rabbits and a, fountain, which, like Wummick's, would almost wet the X>ack oC one's h:ind. IJeforc his Monte Carlo days he had In-ea tin: giiiiiing spirit in the direction of 1 lie Casino of llomburg. IJena- xel. according to his llatterers, was the J-onis Qiialor/.e. of liaden-Kaden. Ulanc, wild was impervious to lln.ttu.ry, might with equal justice have been called the Colbert of llomburg. A hurd-lierided, silent man of bourgeois exterior, :i man without enthusiasm and weaknesses, who kept a lavish table and ate sparingly, who directed a huge gambling machine, and permitted himself no uiovo exciting dissipation than u. quiet game of billiards after dinner. I have heard it, Miid in the Tattersall family that old Dick, the founder of the historic "corner," never made a bet of more than a pair of gloves iu his life. bo Francois Blanc rose superior to the attractions of his own table, despised trente-et-quarante, and was afraid of roulette. What he was not afraid of, however, was spending money. To compass his business ends he laid it out lavishly, and he might, bo they say, have been credited with many acts of genuine benevolence and public spirit, whereof the story of the opera house of Paris may serve as nn example. After the war the glories of llom- burg and Baden departed, and On their ruins rose Monte Carlo. Mon te Carlo was tho great, the crowning achievement of Francois Blanc's life—the desert cape, which by mere farce of millions he turned into one of tho most wonderful of the gardens of the Mediterranean littoral. But it was not done without great opposition. lie made tho fortune of the Xicols in spite of themselves. At every fresh opposition ho simply opened his purse, ami the golden shower fell iu the sacred name of local interests. Mine. Blanc, tho most excellent of wives, was a tower of strength to him. Where questions of art and elegance camo in hers was tho directing spirit, and the good man, whose thoughts and talk were of figures and finance, was content that her taste should crown his work. It needed a hard bead to withstand tho attacks that were made upon him. Every day's post brought with it a hundred propositions and threats. They were people who had lost their money and demanded its return with fierce menaces; speculative and inventive people who proposed combinations: there were even temptations offered of the kind which assailed the sainted Anthony; pitiful supplications and warnings of intending suicides—place and date carefully specified, so that there should, be no mistake. Once, even at Monte Carlo, the Villa Blanc was actually assailed and two servants were seriously wounded in its defense. But the equanimity of Francois Blanc was equal to adventures. Threats, prayers, all temptations left him untouched; he likes best to stay in his own family circle, refusing all invitations, and indulging himself only with a good dinner, a bottle of Chateau Lafitte, a cigar, a chat about financial operations—which would sometimes excite him—and a game of billiards. The only outlet which he allowed for his irrepressible energy was a frequent change of abode. In one year he lived in Parts, Avignon, Monaco, Dieppe and Loneche-les - Bains in Switzerland, where he died at last of asthma. A respectable man, as respectability goes, fond of his family, and a good citizen, but withal perhap* the best abused man in Europe and certainly the indirect cause of as much mischief as any man in Europe.—Pall Mall Gazette. Gladstone has A clear Head, WHY? Because he follows these rules: " Keep the hcndcool, the feet warm »nd the bowels open." You can have a clc.-tr bead and live to be ninety if yoa do the same thin£. When the bowels fail lo move during the day talc on retiring two ' Smith's .S»M//Bile Beans. TlieL- sction is so mild that you are not awareolit. ATI day yo/r mind will Leclcarandcool. "Notagripeina barrclofthcm." Ask for small size. Take no substitute for SMITH'S Bile Beans! "As old M the-hills"and never excelled. "Tried. and (proven " ia the verdict, of 'millions. Simmons. Liver Eegn- later is the only Liver an a Kidney medicine t e which y o u can Din your faith" for ;>.. cure. A mild lax;i- tive, a n d 1 purely vegetable, act> ing directly on the Liver and 'Kidneys. Try it. Sold 'by ail Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to foe taken dny or made into a tea. The King of Urcr Medicine*. M I have Bscd yoiiryjlmmoiw LIv«r B«r«" (•tor and can couKclouuloiixIy my H la UK* BneorallllvcriopilUMu««. 1 consider H » nedlelne cheet In ttxoir.-OBe. W. JAOB- MH r Tftcoma, WftKhlugton. PACKAOK-W Than Pills ELY'S CREAM la quickly Absorbed. Cleanses the Nasal Passagesl Mlays Pain and! Inflammation. Heals the Snrei Proteecsthe Membrane from* Additional Coldf Restores the Senses ofTas and Smell. IT'WILL CURE. I A pnrtlcla IK applied Into ouch nwlrll uid In (KTMKible. Prloo 50 c«nts at. llrnRglrts or bj tnaB KLY BROTHES9, 56 W»rr*n iSl., New York. . H'AY vtMttMMtK 41] RtGISTIRED. Jndapo Made a well Manor (HI HINDOO RIMKDY TOK ABO TV •EKCLT* l» SO PATH. OnrM »D K.rToaa DlM(UW», KiUliiig etna (OLD by .^---'- Flibtr, WhotaMl* DnnlM J/« *>»rth St. ^ote Agent fi» «•»• rf IMDAFC < « IOGANSPOB.T, iSD. * , , JOSEPH CILLOTT3 STEEL PENS No*. 303-404-17O-«O4, Ami oilier styles to suJt aU AaMta, THE MOST DEFECT OP FEH& cling to hec n»m«.,in; v th«tJoo»Hty ftw- vaare. UOOD'8 CURES when all other •!• |>rep«ationa £dl. It poueiiies A Stepplng-Stone to Higher Hunk. Dublin castle has been the official residence of the chief governor of Ireland since the beginning- of Queen Elizabeth's reign; that is, for more than three hundred and thirty years. Nearly eighty different viceroys have ruled witbin,;its walls during that time, and not many with conspicuous • suc- oes», except so far as advancing their . . IN CLEOANT ..... .» Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, WITHOUT CHANCE. ojyn personal interests went, tho Irish ( viceregal throne being generally » step- ping-Btone to a higher rank of it» occupant . In late times Lord Wodehouso wa« created an earl, Lord Abercorn a dike and Lord Zetland a marquis. Lord Spencer refused a marquiaate •nd .Lord Londonderry accepted tho ITMter, though he might possibly have nraferred a dukedom.—London Truth. MOUNTAIN ROUTE, & PACIFIC AHC lOUTHKRN PACIFIC RVS Toufisl *Mp«W Car. St- Lwi* , daily, riathittiiM, TCHMCB TUT "TRUB SOUTHERN SOUTH" Tnvmlng • •out»ry t ot Smuty and >«iubrlty ot 6MATLT REDUCED RATES MOW III EFFCCT VIA TMt ABOVE UNI, »»O TICKET* on »M* »T . IN TMC UNITCO •T*TC» «HO CMWM. W. • DODDMI»aC. M. C. TOWMflPMD, • KHBlUt MMMHH, USrt'i. »•.»•».• t»T. M

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