Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 15, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 15, 1896
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Some Women jump at it. They're quick to see the advantages of-Pearlinc, quick to ccono- ...izs ancf save; quick to adopt all the :xiorn improvements ihr.t r.iakc life 'easier. these quick'women '— Al1i - e T ' 1 " lt nr ' ; :\:c ones that e Pearlir.e n'ew uses for it, and most ou way. and of it. Some Women ve to .- bu driven to it They wait until they can t stand the old-fashioned way ot" washi'.-.g any longer. " Then they jjet Pearlinc ^ But'ten to one _ they use : for only part of the work, cr i:sc L- so-.rrc v;r.y of thi'ir o\vn, or use something else vith i:— and don't get half the help they ought to. IViUI'cM-s tir.cl w.-.na u'.sscrupiliuus &^;:* \ .-I i-'.l y™ •• Miisti:. ijooJ as"or "the samess Pennine. _I1 ft ,, I.'\LS£—Pearline is nevisr pe<li.!!eil, am! if your -""or SUHMER TOURS - VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE HOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestlbulcd Tralas W<tD Wagner Sleeping Cars to New York and Boston from Bt, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, via CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The South-western Limited." Six Terminals at the Great Lakes. •hlcago, Beaton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandusky, Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlek, Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, Qenl. Pass and Ticket Agent Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose $8 Express Ad, 25c. PreYents Wetting Head Kloor or Walls. Hornless Water clowts. Send for Catalogue Proof Water CJoeeW, Bell-ictlng Water Closets, Kellj Stop and Waste Cock, THOS, KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. Greatest Discovery or me 19th Century. Dr. Teagnc'i NIW REMEDY Medicated Alt Jor-tlie Cure ol Catarrh, Atthm» and all Pulmonary Dlwawn, It -baa no equal tat Sick and Nertona HewJ- none,. 1,000.000 people die annual!; from the above named dlseaiM, Why mfier and die, wnen Medicated Air li guaranteed to (rare jou. medicated Air and Drag Co., Richmond, Ind., C, B. A, KROEQER & STRAIN, Undertakers fcEmbalmers. 610 BROADWAY. Frost THE REAL FIGHT. Not even a. grain of .salt is wanting to emphasize and make perfect the flavor of NONE SUCH MINCEMEAT. urc, -wholesome,— an. economical luxury- Sold everywhere.. Take no substitute. g acini t,anw and &d<lre.« for booklet, fm _ "J(>.. P«liHui-TllMi»i|l»lll«." ^ m ERflELL-SOULE CO., SYRACUSE, H. CATARRH For Your Protection. We po»IUv»lr state that tbl< remedy doei not ooitaln mercurr or any otber ln]urloo» drtn. ELY'S DREAM BALM Claanats the Nasal Pas- ssgtw. allays Inllammn- Oori, heals and protects the memkrane from iiolds, tettozei ibe senses i'f taate and Bme;i. IT WfLL CURE. A particle lx applied Into oatfi nostril and It «t<*able. .Prlo« £o oeats at DrugglsM or oy msU. bamp M IDfli bj nnUI- Hr. Durbin Tells Where it Will Be and Prophesies. Anderson Herald: W. T. Durbin will re turn to Chicago this evening. SpenUiujr of tlio cumiiaigu from a ua- tioniU standpoint, he wild to the HIT- nkl last evening: "We reel very comfortable :it Republican luMUlquarters. but we are not for a. moment jroln^: to relax our efforts. Tlvo real fighting proimd this year is Illinois, Iudln.ua, Michigan, Iowa. Kansas, .mid Minnesota. We consider that %vo will carry Kentucky and Xuliraslwi • without trouble.'' "Of the Sbites you named, how many will the HepublicaJis carry?" "I think all of them. Minnesota is probably more doubtful than any of tbo others. I don't care to guoss on majorities, but I would not be surprised if Indiana pave the Republicans ono of from 25,000 to 30,000. I Should not say this, thouph, for the Democrats have really not Iwgim tbelr carn- iisn yet, and it is hard to tell whether they will make it (greater or smaller. "1'ou say the Democrats have not begun their campaign yet?" "Tliey have done more in this State than in any other, but I don't believe they would say they had really begun their campaign. They're got a State chairman, who has been In office but a day. They haru had but a few speaU- •ers out, and have distributed but little literature." "What do yon think will be the result of the Maine election Monday?" "It will give the Republicans a majority oC from 25,000 to 30,000. My figures are high, but I believe they will : be reached." Mr, Durbin lias been g.ive.n as his especial work the supervision of the. campaign In Indiana and Michigan. During the remainder of the campaign he will try and spend three or four, days a week In Chicago, and one day In Michigan ajid Indiana. The battle will be very brisk in these States, SUITS ARE DISMISED. No Indictment Found Against Constantine Champion. The suMs of John D. Ferguson against Constantino Champion, criminal and civil, have been dismissed, and Champion is now free; No Indictment was found agaJnst Champion for grand larceny, and -the latter claims that he will enter suit for the collection of a replevin bond of $350 left by Ferguson when lie retired from the flght for the possession of "Gold Me- clluny' thD race horse about-which there has been so much trouble and dispute. Mr. Champion states that the plaintiff, with his attorney and witnesses, retired from the contest because they saw they could not win In 'their suit against him. Ho calls the whole affair a fizzle. He alleges that the plaintiff all the time held out for a compromise, and when he (Champion) refused to consider such a settlement, and showed- a disposition to figh't his case, the cases were dismissed and the complainant and his friends failed to appear before, the gran<l jury at -Laporte. FOR SOUND MONEY. Cleveland's Telegram Indorsing Sound Money Convention. President Cleveland sent the following to the Palmer and Buckuer notifl- caition meeting at Louisville: Buzzard's Bay, Mass., Sopt 10.—To Hon.TV. D. Bynurn:—I regret that I can not accept your Invitation to attend 'the ootiflcatloa meeting -on Saturday evening.• As a Democrat, devoted to the principles and integrity of my party, I should be delighted to be present on an occasion so significant, and to mingle with those who are determined that tlve voice of true'Democracy shall not •be ' stifled, and Insist that i'ts g'lor- lous'standard shall be borne 'aloft as of old In faithful hands. - • GKOVER'CLEVELA>*15. THE RAILROADS Reports of Rate Demoralization are Stretched. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. BUSINESS IS DULL General News of Railroads and Rail, road Employes. 1'he western roads uoiv announce that the roports of demoralization that have boon rife for tbe last three weeks have been very much exaggerated and that i'u fact vury little demoralization has existed at any point outside o£ Kansas' City and that, so they say, It v;is very light, Tht-y made enough hurrah inboiit-tlio demoralization for two weeks to warrant .the conclusion that somebody was taking from them the entire net revenue of'the road. The truth of the matter is that the demoralization, no matter how small it may have been, was large enough to cut that iig-ure with the receipts of the roads. B1UDGE FOREMAN HURT. A. C. Unkei'er, foreman of the Panhandle 'bridge sun?;, while-working a hydraulic jack on the Mud Lake bridge Friiln.y afternoon, met with a.u acci- slipped, striking •!> uml'wy vbg Uflfl%ff dent whic-h may disfigure Ms face for HCe. The lever O'f the .lack slipped, striking him hi the nose, breaking that member and mangling rhe flesh of his face severely. Ho was brought to this city and his wounds were dressed by Dr. Hetherlngton. ON WESTERN KOAIX5. There has not been a time in the last fifteen or twenty years when tiie >a.s*euger business was so small as at irescut. .On some of- the roads there s practicality nothing being- done la the way of traffic ami there are no chances of its growing better until after election. In freight circles the outlook is somewhat bettor, the roads relying on the ma'guitude of the corn crop for the larger portion of their bus- ness during the winter and fall. RAILROAD NOTES. M. L, Bryan, 0C the blacksmith shop, s off duty on account of a badly burnt eye, H. V. Cilery of the Panto mile yard force, is still off dirty with a sprained inkle.' Mr, Oilley, operator a* fine Panhandle freight .depot, 4s visiting friends at WJnamac. -E. K. Victoir.-yard conductor, went to Colurn-bii-vO., this monilng for a few lays' visit. Ed Manes, of the air brake department, has -returned to work after a brief illness.. Nels Irvine, time keeper at the Panhandle offices has returned to work after taJiiaj? a~week's vacation. .Tomes Doyle of the tank shop accompanied by 'his wife spent Sunday tlie guest of friends at Cincinnati H. Aimer of tlie lathe room lios.re- .nrned to work after a two weeks' luy- >Q! on Account of an j injred hand. John Drompp and Owen Courtney of he boiler shop Iiave returned to work after 1 a lay-off on account of sickness. Ed Slguhmd of the tin shops caught i 91,4 pound bass .in the Watoash river. lust soutfi of -the freight depot Suu- : lay, .Tames Early, the Panhandle passen- er conductor, left yesterday afternoon for Colorado, where lie will spend a ;hort vacation. J. C. Stevens of tfhe Panhandle shops ia3 retui-ncd from a week's outlng^at Georgetown. Mr, Stevens spent most. of liis time fishing And was very suc- Mr. Ed Kearney, President of the Railway Men's Sound Money , Club vent to Richmond y-esterdoy afternoon where he delivered a Sound Money. speech before the Railway Men's club f tha-t city last.night Train No. 3, drawn b£ .engine No. 017, which left yesterday morning at J- o'.ctock, collided with a stock train In South 'Chicago. The fog was so dense hat Engineer Mark Wallace could not see th'e smoke stack. Other than a light Injury to .the engine No, 517, no lamage was done. Will Wlnegardncr, the well-known We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12<OO Our $12.00 Suits go for $9.00 Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.5O Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.50 Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 506 FOR CHOICE OF HIT STRAW HAT IN THE STORE. 25c choice of snyfof our Children's Straw Hats. Boys'Duck Suits one third off, th*y are bargains. Now is the time to buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Go ds, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money, These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G.GRACE&CO., £64 BHQADWAY. ^ aud efficient Pajj-liandle freight liremau who suffered a Hemorrhage of tlio ,'lunss a few days a^o is iii a critical conQitlbn ait his room ou Fifth street nud Ills recovery is very doubtful. Mi 1 . Winegardaer Is cue of the trusted em- ployes of the Panihaudle coinp-any and is jihvays near tlie top of tlvo premium list'ou'tbe coal s.lieet. L. E. Romer, a Watoasb freight cou- ductor who 1'ives nt Andrews, caught his right 'hand betAveea the bumpers .wlliilo swiitebing in tilie Wabash yards here' Saturday night about S:lu o'clock. •\Ylifle ah ugly flesh wound was suffered,' it was thought that no bones were broken. No physician was summoned and' Mr. Romey continued on his way to Andrews. $100 REWARD. $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that tliere Is at least one dreaded disease that science has teen able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to tbe medical fraternity. Catarrh bein; a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of, the system, thereby destroying the foundation cf the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The pro- .prlctbrs hare so.much faith [n its cnra- 'tlve powers, that they offer One Hun drecl Dollars for any case that It. falls : to cure. ?end for list of Testimonials Address'F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists,. 75c. AT DOLAX'S THURSDAY. Sweet singer Karl Gardner in his up-to-date comedy "Fatherland" gives lului' ample scope to display his varied fcvlcuts • ns an'actor and singer and a comedian of no mean ability. He lias surrounded himself "with one of the most excellent companies be has ever had, in a- dramatic, musical and artls tie sense. Mr. Gardner'has had new songs written for the production of "Fatherland". New music, new trios, new duets, new dances, and bright aid sparkling comedy. Beautiful scenery picturing the old home in the Tyrol. *ivG Cents |ii jfskyourcloaie . .for Cubanolct r AH Kinds of Drawings Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block - Logansport The Cyclist's Necessity. WILL SURE COTS, BUESS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, SPRAINS, SUNBURN, CHAFINGS, D». SECT BITES, ALL PAIN, AND INFLAMMATIONS. USED iNTEKNALLYAJfD EXTERNALLY. O'EMDINE IS OUB BOTTLES .ONLY, .BUFF WRAPPERS, SEE OUB NAME, POND'S EXTRACT CO., NEW YORK,- 76FlFXHATENCfE. USE POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT FOB PILES. Sent by mail on receipt of SO cts. '— fly New Goods. Are here. (MI and examine them before buying, AL. YOUNG, The Practical Pearl Street Tailor. PROTECT YOUR EYES. The HIrchberg Optical Co., The well-Kaown Specialists of New York »ave appointed D. A. HACK as agent for their eelebraqjl Spectacles an* EM Glasses, every p«lr guaranteed. D. A. HAUK'bM complete assortment »nd Invltet «11 to natlsfr themselves ot the great superiority of these goocU over any m&nufnetared, nt tue store of D.A.HAOK,8ole»c«ni'o' ' Loganspoit Ia<J- . * > T o|P<yldi«»|SuppU(!<i. IS

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