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Columbus Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Columbus, Indiana R a is six h Vanhole numb 2693 monday evening. Appel 27. 1891. How s your liver is the Oriental salutation knowing that go health cannot exist without a healthy liver. When the liver is torpid the bowl Els Are sluggish and constipated the food i in the stomach Undi posted poisoning the blood fruent headache ensues Aimee Lingo lassitude despondency and nervousness indicate How the whole system is deranged. Simmons liver regulator has been the Means of restoring More people to health and a piness by giving them a Nea Fhy liver than any Agency known on Earth. It acts with extraordinary Power and Efficacy. Never been disappointed. Beet disappointed in the effect produced it seems to be almost a perfect cure for All diseases of the to Malta and bowels. W. J. Mcelroy. Macon Vic ease s ext it it Clover Brissom m 11 3 o it o o c cd ton Sale Weaklem us can ,8orebi am Nemea blood Dotson tag Salt Bheam Catarrh Bry Apelas Bhe Amatto and aul of and skin diseases. Price i. Per pint Settle or 6 bottles for so. I la can solid extract for Sale by h. M. Holmes amp Bro the beading Clab or Sanlow. Yesterday at three o clock a meeting of of the Railroad men was held at their Reading rooms Over the Post office to Complete the organization of the beading club or. J. M. Lindley acting As temporary chairman. The Constitution and bylaws which were gotten up by a committee appointed for that purpose were Reid and adopted unanimously. A committee of three was the appointed consisting of messes. J h Lindley Bart Dean and j h Jones to select officers for the association to serve one year which selection was As follows John Lawton president David c Marsh vice president pm Gemsey treasurer g w Marshall recording Secretary f c Gunckle corresponding Secretary. Directors John h Meloy Joseph Gilhooley George sine William Hallsey j a Wiley Wells Griffith. This club is one that will be a credit to our City As it has men of Energy and High moral standing at its head and too much can not be said in Praise of or. Lawton who has worked so faithfully in pushing the Enterprise through. The rooms Are handsomely furnished Are supplied with All the daily papers from the principal cities weekly and monthly magazines Aad some very Fine works by our Best authors Are being contributed. Cards Are not allowed and the use of immoral language is strictly prohibited. The time is now Ripe for the people of Columbus to come Forward and assist in building up an institution that will give our Young men a place to spend a few hours pleasantly in harmless amusement. A walk through our streets at night will soon convince parents that something must be done. Those not in the employ of the Railroad May become members but can not hold office. This fact should not be an sex Cuse Ifor any one staying out. If Good management pleasant quarters and plenty of amusement will make this club a Success Why it will surely succeed. For All headache use Hoffman s harmless headache powders. My a Sii Reifin they Abb . of 6r5t by mail. Addbes8 Tbs ods pro co., Mala St. Bufalo. . And lat emotional Bridge. In. For Sale by a. A Noblett new Peru ii a Reeman $ Hiawatha Lis a rare combination that pleases everyone. Rightful perfumes Ever produced t be Man s face powder l Yeti it Mam s face powder medicated. Free from poisons. At druggists Fulwider amp Stalhuth Wash Norton Andith its. F. A Brown amp co., 413 Washington hop plasters Don t be fooled. There is no Ottier plaster or external remedy Uke the hop faster either la composition jul Knees of action or Relia Iii. Trevy pain and ache instantly Reu eved weak ne�e8 soothed away axed the parts restored to Etc Ngab and. Tigor. Hop plate re used in Thooe ands of families Al rays with absolute Confidence and Soo Ces amp once tried always used. All Iva the Medicine dealers sell these Plas Ter amp 85 cents or by mail by proprietors. Hop plaster co., props Boston _ for Sale by Fulwider amp Stalhuth delicate women every ingredient possesses Superb let Nic properties and exerts a wonderful influence in toning up and strengthening her system by driving through the proper channels All impurities. Health and length guaranteed to result from its use Ify wife who we bedridden for eighteen month after using in bbadvibi.d8 Feua a for two Mon lib a Brett infer Well j. M. Johhson Malvern Ark. I Bra Suxia Baa i atom co. Atla Targa. A 8<dd per bottle sold by. J. Noblitt. R. To chord. M. D. Brio hold amp mjg. Atte Waey town who s got the key 92t2the Columbus wheel club took a run to Edinburg . Strauss is receiving another Large shipment of carpets this week.93t2who s got the key 93t2mrs. Laura c. Arnold his started an employment a ency. See s got the key Quot 93t2just received 15 cases Martinsville water direct and fresh from the Well at Dave Thomas who s got the key 93t2 i bib Moses p. Jacobson Macon ga., says the effects of Brady Cro Tine Are phenomenal and lasting. Who s got the key 93t2 Martinsville Mineral water at Dave Thomas by the i dozen or Case As required. Barnum s circus is expected along this Way before the close of june. All the new designs and colourings in Challies at a. Strauss from 3j upward. 94t2 those 35c fish nets at a. Strauss would be cheap at 75c. 93t2 remember that or. Woodard s new dental rooms Are Over Otto s drugstore. Corner 4th and Washington Street. 92tf $50 for one bottle of Medicine this is to certify that my wife was for years afflicted with asthma and was so far gone that several physicians decided that her Case must terminate in consumption. I was induced to try a bottle of or. Warner s White wine of tar syrup. To our great satisfaction it gave almost immediate Relief and two bottles completely cured my wife. She is now Well and healthy but i would not be without the Medicine if it Cost fifty dollars a bottle. We. H. Farms can. By. To. Of Wilton Monroe co., wis. The work of putting in the footing Stone for the big Realine Mill elevator was commenced this morning. The promptness and certainty of its cures have made chamber Lam s cough remedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the most effectual remedy known for these diseases. 50-cent bottles for Sale by t. E. Otto. Keyes amp Stobo have their lots on at prices ranging from $175 to $450 these lots Are very desirable a Street car line running to the addition some of the lots with natural Forest Trees All with wide streets and in Good neighbourhood. Pass we mme Memmot Fomek Damn Meta air it can be Given in Coffree Tea or in articles of food without the knowledge of patient if necessary it is aha lately harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy Core whether the patient is a wreck. It never fails. It operates so quiet in and with such Cervin to that the patient Node Rigores no Inola. Hauser amp Parker Jug to. Col bib ind. A. Strauss is showing the largest assortment of embroidered and hem Stich Zephyr cloths in Columbus. 93t2 we. Garrison aged 73 years who resided a Short distance North of West Columbus was buried at it. Olive Church yesterday. �?-1-the Mother s not Only shortens labor and lessens pain attending it but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both Mother and child if used a few month s before confinement. Write to the Bradfield re Lator co., Atlanta. Ga., for particulars. Sold by q j. Noblitt druggist. Woods Pink. Married at the residence of George e. Woods three Miles Northwest of this City yesterday evening Alum Woods and Martha Ping. Rev. Mcclelland performed the marriage ceremony. Randolph mass. Or. J. W. Miller amp 1 can speak in the highest Praise of your vege table expectorant. I was told by my physician thai i never should be any Oetter my Case was very alarming. I had a hard cough difficulty in breathing and had been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the expectorant and got immediate Relief in breathing. I soon began to get better and in a Short time was entirely cured and i now think my lungs Are sound. Mrs. A. E. I. Turner. For Sale by Fulwider amp Stalhuth druggists _ m21 election Board. The election Board for the 5th precinct 3d Ward of the City is com posed of the following gentlemen inspector a. E. Finney dem. Judge Adam Keller rep. A we. Donhost dem. Clerk Frank Coats rep. A Jacob Blackwood dem. Sheriff a. F. Cadby rep. A Vincent Dill dem. The condition of or. John Foster was considered very critical at noon to Day. For a number of years i have been subject to violent attacks of inflammatory rheumatism which generally lasted about two months. On the first of this month i was attacked in the knee and suffered severely for two Days when i procured a bottle of Chamberlain s pain Balm and it relieved me almost instantly. I there fore cheerfully recommend it to those who Are similarly afflicted . D. Whiteley Martindale n. C. Feb. 1888. Or. Whiteley is a very prominent Man in this place and his disease was very widely known As he suffered such severe pain. W. M. Houston. Amp co., Martindale n. C. 50 cents bottles for Sale by t. E. Otto. Aba Latic notes. A bsh Okai. Sheriff Smith was at the capital to Day on Legal business. George Kitsinger went to the capital today on business. Era. Bol it Bini Swento i Edinburg to Day to visit her parents. Mother look is very Low at her residence of East fourth Street. Or. Be Payne of Edinburg spent sunday in the City with friends. The wife of or. James Kyte of Wayne township is a Ute Siulc. J. F. Termehlen was oae of the Columbus crowd in the capital to Day. Miss Hattle Lewis who has been visiting at Seymour returned this morning. Hiss Clara Strahl went to Indianapolis the Day to visit her aunt mrs. We. Gilgour. Miss Beatrice Coz it a went to Columbus a a ten to spend sunday with relatives. Mrs. Thos. D. Long of Ann Arbor mich., who has been visiting relatives Here for some Days left this morning for her Home ,her father in Law accompanied her As far As Indianapolis. Councilman Hank Hill who has been in Detroit mich., for the past two weeks on business returned on saturday evening. He took a Short excursion North of Detroit and saw ice enough to furnish the entire state for ten years. Police pickings. The cops made a Good haul on saturday night and took in one or two of the boys yesterday morning who had partaken too freely of intoxicants. Chas. Pyne Sam Fred coloured Mart Perry and Levi Spray were before his Honor this morning with Plain drunks marked against them. The usual Fine and costs followed. A warrant is out for Caleb Arnold on a similar charge. George Skelton the coloured Man who shied a Stone at an electric Light lamp and broke it was fined $11 including costs. This should be a warning to persons who go about the streets damaging property regardless of consequences. Martinsville Mineral water very Good for table use at the Quot old croup whooping cough and bronchitis immediately relieved a Shiloh s cure. For be by h. \3 Holmes amp Al have you seen the new jewel trimming at a. Strauss. 93t2 that hacking cough can be cured by Shiloh s cure. We guarantee it. For Sale by h. M. Holmes amp Bro. Al the pair of jacks company arrived from Indianapolis yesterday and went to the 8t, Denis. As the company had a Day oif some of them went out fishing this mopping. Quot a pair of Jaeks Quot is generally pronounced the very Best of h. Grattan Donnelly s Man Clever works. Its plot is simplicity Itsel but its telling is the most humorous of Cotti Edy. Every idea in Quot a pair of jacks Quot is a Novelty and every Novelty is a Delight. Dancers who Charm by grateful notion Are in apr Ito oot Molau in Bomarc you if thigh Are in v1r�c.jmks.&Quot we the fatherland sorrows for one of its famous warriors. Sudden close of the life of count von Moltke sketch of his military career. Marriage Cense. Alvia Woods and Martha Ping. Who s got the key 93t2 ladies wishing to try the Delsarte dress Reform Corset and Alst can do so by calling at 637. 4thst. It never failed to cure and liver complaint. Take Mons liver regulator. A blood relations Ante Bellum. La in it is absurd to suffer from dyspepsia when Simmons liver regulator will cure a Herd Book is a cattle of. Prejudice and ignorance have Given Way to Simmons liver regulator it has stood the neck or nothing the Giraffe. Spring stirs up the bile. You lose your appetite feel too hot and of so tired. Take Simmons liver regulator. Over the left the successful. The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer of Bur Bon ind., says Quot both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh s Consu Tob for Sale by h. M. Holmes amp Bro. Al nothing but leaves tobacco. Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh s cure is the remedy for you. For Sale by a m. Holmes amp Bro. Al Catarrh cured health and Sweet breath secured by Shiloh s Catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents n Asal in Jector free. For Sale by h. M. Holmes amp need repairs. Madison Herald. Out of forty five sicilians who arrived in new Orleans a few Days ago fresh from sunny Italy three were arrested before Midnight for carrying murderous looking entire party looked like professional bandits and probably most of them were. Our emigration Laws Are standing very much in need of repairs. Why will you cough when Shiloh cure will give you immediate re Lief. Price locts., 50., and 1, for Sale by h. M. Holmes amp Bro. Al Quot a. Quot Shiloh s cure will immediately re live Cion whooping do ugh had Broil Cliitis. For Sale h. M. Golm�8il? a co amp Zumpt Ioir Remany grieves. Fob the fun Brax. Sebuk april 27.�?general von Moltke one of the great historic ures of the German Empire did suddenly Friday night at his residence. In this City. He was an interested spec it Tator of the proceedings in the Reich Stag Friday afternoon and Appeal in excellent health laughing and Chal Ting pleasantly with Chancellor von Caprivi and several members of the Reich Stag. After the session he lingered in the lobby a few minutes conversing with a number of army officers and then was driven to his residence. At 9 30 o clock Friday night his physicians were summoned but on their arrival a few minutes later they found the general dead and pronounced the cause heart Dise a. While the general was sitting in his chair Reading he suddenly gasped and without a word expired. The family entertained Hopes that he could be resuscitated but the physicians at once determined that he was dead. The news spread rapidly through the City and on every hanti created the most count Helmuth Vox Moltke. Profound sorrow. Emperor William whose love for the old Soldier amounted almost to idolatry shed tears when he heard of the general s death and immediately ordered that extensive preparations be made to show the esteem in which he was held by the nor Tion. Residences and business places in Berlin Are already being draped and the City presents a spectacle similar to those witnessed after the deaths of emperor William and emperor Frederick. Telegrams of condolence have been received from All the Large cities of the Empire and from the various a courts of Europe All paying tribute to the general s Worth As a citizen and a Soldier. Emperor Francis Joseph has already announced his intention of being present at the funeral. King Umberto of Italy expresses deep sorrow and says the general was the Foremost Soldier of the Century. Still further details in regard to the count s death show that after enjoying his supper he sat Down and listened to some musical selections which were played upon a piano. He then took a hand in a game of whist but during the course of the game he complained of Feek ing unwell and placing his hand of cards on the table he left the room. Those of his relations who were present were not at first in any degree alarmed at the count s indisposition but when they noticed that he did not return to the room in which they had been passing the evening some of them went in search of him and found him in a very weak state. The count was immediately put to bed but in spite of the efforts made to relieve him of what was conic dered for some time to be nothing More than a severe indisposition he soon expired late Friday night the emperor telegraphed his sympathetic condolences to count von Moltke s family saying that the yield marshal s death was a greater loss to Germany than the loss of an army corps would have been. The emperor summoned All the princes and the crowned Heads of the different German states to attend the funeral which will take place on thursday next and which will be attended by imposing military ceremonies. The body will be escorted in state from the von Moltke residence to the Railroad station whence it will be taken to Creisa for interment. The ceremonies at Creisa will be quiet and without display in accordance with the late counts will. The remains will lie in state in the apartment in Avrich the count died Mitil thursday morning. The coffin will be surrounded with Battle flags and will be in charge of a guard of Honor until it is Fin a placed in the family vault at Creisa. Count von Moltke had intended to leave this City next week for the Baths in on too ont von Hal flip will atone. A. The death chamber at 10 a Doole in. And Piid a. Laoag Liflie to we a a to roads upon fhe bed on which Tbs Ign Gen end rested a a Preas top to Quarter of an hour in trying to Conan Ito the family for the Losa a Lii Altey lure to unexpectedly softened in the lower House of the pm daa diet the president of that body in Obi unit ethic thex news of count vont Moltke s death to the repre8ebtotit�a,\ said that the High value of a he do red s services to the fatherland would cause Universal sorrow acid it Momii a to be Felt throughout ecu air. By at the loss that the Empire had Sun Ned. The Lioums adjourned in the upper House a Laurel a xes ill entwined with Black and White a ribbons Hung Over count von Moltke a seat the president read a letter fran major Moltke announcing Coit von Moltke s death and Tsien he delivered an address extolling the merits and services of the dead Soldier As a meia Berof the upper House which he a tended Friday. Finally the upper House was adjourned until monday next. Helmuth Kirl von Moltke was Der ended from a Well known Mecklen Byersr family. He was born at parc Liim on october be 1800. Soovik after his Birtle Bis parents settled in hoi Stein and in Kis my year lie was sent to Cope Taagen to devote a Tanselli to the Mii diary profession. In 1883 be a or tired the prussian service As a lieu tens t and studied in the miliary Academy. La Issal he took a tour in Turkey which brought urn 1 under the notice of the Sultan Tio adv Imd with him on the reorganization of the Tor Elsb army. He remained several years in Corkey and in took part in the of Mesigal of the turks in Syria against Tiivel Viceroy Mehemed. All of Sypit v la 1s4s, having returned to Prussia and put a listed an account of Bis turkish Zepe Rienets he became adjutant to Priale Henry of Png Sia then resident in borne and after his Deatlef was engaged with the general command on the Rhine becoming in 1848 a member of the Gesod general staff and in 1849 chef of the staff of the army corgis in Magdeburg. In 18b8 he was advanced to the. Rank of Tibie of the grand general staff of the press ii army and in became a lieutenant Gene St a in the Austro italian War Moltke was present in the austrian Headquarters and after the conclusion of peace spared no pains to develop the capacity of the prussian Anoy. When the War of 1864 against Denmark broke out Moltke sketched the plan of the Campaign and assisted in its execution. The Bolet plan of the Bohemian Campaign was due to Moltke who was personally present in Battle of Koni Gratz which he led. He in like manner arranged the bold Advance of the prussian columns against Olmutz and Vienna and negotiated the preliminaries of peace. For these services he received the. Order of the Black . To the Brilliant strife it Ecy of Quot father Moltke Quot As he was termed in the German army the Vale it tories in the Franco Gernian War Wem ascribed. He was practically Tbs a uni Amide in chief and the whole plan of Campaign was. Due to him. In recognition of his Servia be was made chief marshal of the Kermau Empire in 1871 and was created count in 1878. Tom the Czar he received the military decoration of it the order of St. George in 1870 and from disown a Sovereign the grand Cross of the order of Cross in 1s7l if tip ii Jsu took $10,000 while crazy. If Money stolen by a new let Orleans found in his room after he had committed suicide. Cincinnati april 27.--a new Oil leans a ays Reeves a Ewis Secretary of the new Orleans Railroad and one of the most popular Young men in town committed suicide by Blowitz out his by signs. Lewis has been in poor health for some two. Months suffering from in Somnow. When an examination was made of his room Coroner was greatly surprised to find a Box containing $10,000 in one Corner of it which could not be accounted for. The family of the suicide could not imagine he had so much Money As he was Iliffe supposed to be in very moderate Cir i cum stances. The Money was discovered Quot at last to belong to the City flail to company. The president of the Cou a. Pany thinks that Lewis took the Money while temporarily insane As he Beear to have made no Effort to mis apply it. Battle with robbers. Alabama outlaw Bob several stores tuft provoke the authorities to a bloody encounter. New Orleans april 27.�?a special from Atalla ala., says Friday night gang of five White robbery Quot if Oke open several stores and terrorized the Community by shoot ing at random. After com Tung Yie robbery they fled pursned., by Ai it Osse of officers and citizens and f a half mile from town the robbers stopped and defied arrest armed with shotguns and revolve ii amp the posse Turrou sided them and pitched Battle followed. J. 8. Son Alderman of Atalla was wounded and William Bentley Ona the robbers is dying and All the Are arrested except two Robert Ley and Kayle Lattrell. It is Bel they Are the parties who wreck Alabama amp great Southern train Springville. A a v i fourfold Trai Cedy near in Tpbie it Leipsic april 27.�?a Farmer Damm living at heavily at cards in the Villm Teia and became crazed by has inns upon retiring Home he ilk Btu dead. He then attempted the whole family Aoa after in Evv in Hub Vii for us lit Wick or nuo a mib a i at Knnott where he hoped or Enpei ate and Impi be his health. Bis known to have been eng aged on Plahs for a Sivear Tsentner of in ipod iria Wiio Ifa to in Fol Sqq weft
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