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September 17, 1896

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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Not even ,_ a grain of'salt is r* wanting- to emphasize and *make perfect the flavor of* MINCE MEAT. - »..., .wholesome,— .an .economy ical luxiiry..' Sold every where. • ^- Take'iib substitute. St-'ltJ iwm« »ml »dil"«i fof booklat, «RRELL.S*OULE CO.. "" SYRMUSE, N. Y SLJHMER TOURS - VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE HOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestibuled Tralas With Wagner Sleeping- Cars to New York and Boston . from 8t, Louis, Peoria. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, viii CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Special." "The Southwestern Limited." Six'Tei-niinais at the Great Lakes. •hlcago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandusky. Cleveland. Tourist Rates ,in all Directions. E. 0. McConnlck, Pnsa. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, Genl. Pass and Ticket Agent. Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Stiower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose ts Express Ad, 25o. Prevents Wetting Head Floor or Walls. Horn leas Water Closets. S«Dd for Catalogue frost Proof Water Closets, Self-Acting Water Closets, Kelly Slop anil Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. S^i.V'. 'VV;. i ":fcijV?ft^VE'^i&^'?§?!S'S^!S' Long Runs for Class X Engines and Hen. A WEIGHING _ DEVICE General News of Railroads and Rail road Employes. The Panhandle is now using between Indianapolis arid Columbus two clas X engines, haulm;? trains 5 and 20 from ouo end of tlio division to the other witliont change of engineers',- 1SS miles. TJic performance of these en glnes on the long runs -with suck heavy trains will be watched w.ith Interest by tliti engineers ami firemen, as well as l»y the officials, as in case the' ex pOTlmeut Is .'i success, It means the work usuailly done with two enpriaes mud crows will be done with one engine and crow, thus reducing the expense nearly one-lvaK. The engineers a-rc of the opinion tljj$t the complicated class X engine, living more .journals and •more •pares than a ton-wheel engine, £vlll cause much trouble nuil delay, ami that just as soon as business begins •to pick up '.'He company will have to go buck to Hie two-section plan again. Greatest Discovery or tte 19th Century. Dr. Tsague'i NKWRMUXDT Medicated Air For the Cure of Catarrh, A>tbuut snd all Polmonarjr DlseaXu, It ban no equal far Sick and Nerrooa He«4- ache, l.OOO.OCU people die annually from tne above named dl»ea»cs, Wbj ncfter and die, when Medicated Air Is guaranteed to cure jou. Mcdlcrilcd Alriind Drag Co., BlcSmond, Ind,, U. 3. A. CATARRH For Your Protection. We positively state that .tbli remedy does not contalo metcury or any other iDjurloos drug, •: ELY'S bREAM BALM : Cleanses the Nasal Pas- anges, allaya:lnJlamnia- """. iioalsandprotecta IP*' LIC" A rt t he membrane from I ^S| fit/ill colds, reatoies. the ' senses of taste and sme:l. IT WILL CURE. A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is •ureeable. Frke M cents at Druggists or by mall. SamppslOc, bynuill. • KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers &Embalmers. 610 BROADWAY. The Looansport Humane Society (INCORPORATED.) For the Prevention of Cruelty to Women Children and Animals E, S. Jtlco— Fre*. ' . Oeo. W. Wultom-Scc, J. ,1. llll<lcl>riui<lt— Trciw. TV. M, lllrtluip—Humane Ofilcer. B. S. Rlc*. J. C, Hartfl?. F. C. Coolbough . GooWWaltors, J.J. Hlldebrandt, Peeked ausilce, Isnah Adnma. Mt«. W. D. Fratt Mrs. J. N. Neff. Telephone No. 80. JSejort cases ot oroeltj to Secretary. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKFR :-: .f*. 417 Market Call! attended to prol'iptly, dfcy «r ,.itr»l Union and Mutual telephone!. Offlce, No. 16; BeaWence. No. 1ZL •UTht. Cen of IiiMots. For the sting* of beet, .wa»pi «nd hornet* bathe qukkly with Brazilian Balm. It-kill* the poison and stops the pain in* stonily. MACtTIXKS. Harry Flnuiders, formerly temlent of The St. Louis & Iron Muim- tivi'ii will) headquarters a-t Little Bock, Ark., Just received his patent papers on a contrivance for weighing freight shipments that gives promise of bringing ','i:bont, :i revolutlou in that branch ot the railway service. It consists of two weighing machloes, one for each truck under the car. They .are attached to the side 'tu-nck bolster iu such u maainer as; to cause a. pendulum to move, hulicatiug the 'weight of the load automatically as it goes into the car. -By • adding together the weights as shown on .the- indicator ou each of the two trucks C-MI be ascertained .immediately t:he weight of the freight iu the 'car at any stage of the loading. MODEL HAIL CARS. The Wabash shops will this week' "turn out what master car biiillder Bowa.nl claims to be.i'he model mail ;oars of the country. They are sixty feet long, with all modern improvements; their frames are of steel and •rest on t-wo six-wheeled trucks. ,They ''have no platform or hoods, so that tramps cannot ride on them. The 'brake can lie operated from the Inside ; or outside of the car. Pintsch gas is •used In lighting them. RAILROAD NOTES. Walter Brown attended the Poplai Grove fair yesterday.' Engine No. 309 'has left the boilei shop after receiving class four repair: John W. Hokor, anight laborer at the •shops, is oft' duty on account of illness Mr. A. M. Wllley lias returned from a visit with relatives at Zn-uesvllle Ohio. Michael Myers Is again at work cleniiiing coaches after a two moii'ths illness. . ' Dave Audersouv of the wrecking shops, is off duty on account of a crushed foot. Loii'ls Wonlze, the Panhandle fireman has returned from a short visit with his parents in Ohdo. A. H. Thomas ot the M. of W. oflice was at Oohmi ; bus,:0hio, .yesterday ou company's business. Mr. .T. H. Miller has returned from the State Hue, where lie was filling the place of, F. W. Dj'kemau as car inspector. .William FLanigim, Harry Cragon and John Hydiinger of the repair trauk gang, will spend Saturday and Sunday in Chicago. • Prof. Atha will address railroad men and others at the K. R. Y. M. C. A. rooms Sunday 'afternoon at 3 o'clock, All men nro invited. Mr. Will McXlfit night ticket agent ait the Panhandle station, accompanied 'by Ms wife, lef-t 'last evening for Pennsylvania to visit relatives. A. Johnson, agent at Reynolds, accompanied by 'his wife, attended the demonstration given by the Hallway Men's Sound Money club last night. , Engine No. 517 whilch collided'with a stock train In Chicago a few days ago has been equipped with a new pilot and beam, a,ncl is Again ready for duty. 0,> O, Lowrey of the .lumber gang, .bruised 'Mis foot severely yesterday while handling lumber and as a result will be compelled to lay off several d/iys. Engine No. 494 made the run between Elwood nnd Kokomo, a dlstan.ee of 23 miles, in 21 minutes last Tuesday.. I. [N. Craig engineer and E. W. Widup flronian. - - • . The ladies auxiliary to the R.' R. l r , M. C.. A. win hold a . meating, at •the home at Mrs: John.'Truman, at No. 1312 Spear street, 'Friday evening, Sept. ISUi. All railroaders and families nrc 'invited. ' ' ' S. T. Barney of the boiler shop, cut his thumb severely yesterday afternoon -while conuecting taps. He was holding the taps and as 'the. machine started, the thumb of his left hand was Iw^TOSi^^ before lie will be able to resume work. jO^T" ^"\TH tl T" ^T ^"N jfT^T" f\ r I^ 1 iCT f ^.T •_! THE JOURNAL'S LEAFjLET NO. 3. (Cut this out and'put,in your pocket for referemce.) Is there a '"conspiracy" to drive silver out ot use as money? This Is a-question which every voter will .want to determine for ill mself, for It tests the honesty of the assertion-? dally nnd hourly made by the Populisr- Democrats that silver is the victim of a terrible conspiracy, -and That the success of this conspiracy has produced the present unsatisfactory, business conditions. To answer these questions, you must first flud out what has really happeueJ to silver in the lust twenty-five years. Prior to 1S73 there was free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at our mints. As the Goverument-meraly manufactured the coins for the owners of tlie bullion, it did not feel Itself bound-to maintain their parity nnd.tho parity was not maintained. So the ol:;ss of. coins containing the more value in metal always disappeared. • • , When the free and unlimited coinage of silver was .suspended and the government began buying silver null mak- ina the coins ajid passing them onr it- st-lf a* :i dollar, whether they con- ta'.iH'd n dollar's worth oC metal or.Jiot, Ir. (hen became responsible for t"ierri, mill both the silver and the gold numey I'.'iufliued in circulation Iu this country for The first time in its history. Prior to that time, the only silver money coined by the United Staves which remained iu circulation in tills country was the subsidiary coins, and hey remained because they cont.T.'.Hul e.ss .silver than their.nominal value. Other nations had similar trouble hlle they attempted to main lain froc mil unlimited coinage of the two ,netills.. So, gradually, they chaaged ;helr methods, and took to buying sil- •er as money or adding to thuir stock of ir. On the contrary the silver iio.ney of the world has more than loubled since 1S73. If, however, the nations of the world ...jjrce upon a.u international.bi-metallic system at a just ratio the difficulties of naintaining the concurrent use oC the :wo metals would be greatly dimin- slied. In the next leaflet we will discus's the quantify of silver in use as money to- lay, compared with that in use prior :o what the friends of free coinage lenomlnate the '"crime" of 1S73. ROYAL CENTER PICNIC. . _ We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $I2;OO Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.50 Our $I2.0O Suits go for $9.OO Our $8,OO Suits go for $5.50 Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 Big Republican Event Saturday September 50C FOR CHOICE OF ANY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE. » 25c choice ofariyf.of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys'Duck Suits one third off, th«y are bargains. FSJGW is the time to buy a Suit Of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Go ds. and 526 Broadway is the place tD save money, v' These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G. GRACE & CO., 264 BROADWAY. A DOUBLE WEDDING: Four Instead of Two Seek flatri- moninl Bliss. Next Saturday the tide .will turia toward Royal Center, and the Sound Money picnic to be held near that place* Hon. W. D. Owen will speak on the issues, and Mr; Kenwor.thy, an orator of note will talk to the people. Major George W. Stecle, candidate for Congress, will also be present. Everybody. Is urged to be present for the feast of logic and reason, and to join and contribute to the enjoyment of the day 'in the woods. . There wlll.be many present from the city, and good music will be furnished. $100-REWARD,'$100.' The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that, there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh'. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity: Catarrh being 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 c? the disease and giving 'the .patient strength by b'uiiaing up the constitution ana assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith' /.n its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Fend for list of Testimonials.' Address F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O'hio. .•-.-•. Sold by Druggists, 75c. - Dr. J. W. Moore and Mrs. Laura Shroyer, both of Mexico, were married at Mexico quietly ycst-erd.Ty. and when the words that mti.de them one had •been spoken, the daughter bC Dr. •Moore, Miss Neva lone Moore and Mr. John YV". Kiuucjnan stepped before the astonished ' minister ;md 'announced that 'they, too, were candidates for Hymen's bonds. It was a complete surprise alike to the lirst-i»:urfied couple and nil the .friends'present to witnes the ceremony, but no objection wa made-to the match, and the clergyman conducted the second.'part of the happy event.' Dr. and Mrs. Moore will re main Iu Mexico, where the Doctor lias .an extensive practice. Mr. and Mrs. K'innomhn will, reside in Indianapolis, where Mr. Kluuenian will study. The latter couple cnme here hist evening, tind will spend a few dnys visiting Mrs. Kinnem'ari's uncle, B. F. K'ecs ling, before going to Indianapolis. CHATTANOOGA EXCURSION. Very Low Bates Via Pennsylvania Short Line's. Exceptional low rate sqund trip tickets to Chattanooga Trill be sold via Pennsylvania-Lines Thursday and Friday, Sept. 17tK and 18th, account the anniversary of the Battle of Chlcka- mauga. From Logansport the excursion rate will be only'$l0.10 opeji to all. Tickets will be good returning leaving Chattanooga'noVlaterthan Sept.. 21st. For particular Information,' concerning time of trains and other details; please apply to J. A. McCiillougb, Ticket Agent, Log-ansport, Ind. . . SENT, 0)HE LUGGAGE. About a year ago a Stranger about 45 years oM applied for board :ut J. F. Graible's residence on North street, and after staying 'here, about a week mysteriously 'disappeared, leaviEg behind him two grips. Mr.. Graba thought no more about the matter until a few days a:go when :ho 'received the following letter from itho stranger:. ... "I enclose $2.50 to pay you my bill of .f2.in.aiid interest Pack up my two grips in .good sha,j>e,j}tio them together Wft'h stout.cord and ship them to me by express'-to Denver. Colo. There is a couple' of stock books. • with my things. Please do not forget to send them.—(X Wilbur/.' .. '•Mr.' Gratote forwarded the-••grips as requested. " . •: HONORS FOR A LOG-:ANSPORT,EB. i Morris H. Brown, son of W: H. Brown, received 'notice yesterday. that he had been appointed a member of the staff that/will accompany Governor Matthews to New York for the. .presentation of the silver-service to the battleship "Indiana."! The presentation takes place 'Monday. He was or- ilered'. to' report Friday, 'and will .go to ' ' man Baby; jntt lick,- we-g»vr> her Castortk When «i» wa» ft Child, she cried 'orCastoriv WT»nchel»<:n.ni« Mini. Hho'iiliiii^ TO Cantoris,' Vtflr .gh- ton-'/' 'a'lM'.vii, •<Ue.if"°"Hri' . . In'dlana.poltsrto'day. Morris Brown 'has been a cadet in the Navel academy at AunapoHs for the past four years, and Is home on furlojigh till September 30. SISTERHOOD OF FORRESTERS, : ; COURT LAUREL Noi 2. iRem'ettber Thursday, .Sept 17th,' is our regular .meeting .day and, It ,1s. the desire of .our Worthy' President tha.t every m'einbcr' will be there at. 2 p. m v sharp. • , . ; . : 'MRS. EARL STEWART, 'Worthy President MBS. EVA' SMITH; ' .. ' .'....^Worthy Secretary.' .' . Li—J tyt$%W ~ *~ '" All Kinds of Drawings Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. S ¥ pry Block. ' Logansport The Cyclist's Necessity. 3NDS TVILL CUBE CUTS, BURNS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, SPRAINS, SIOTUKS', CEAFIN'GS, 1K-. SECT BITES, ALL PAIN, AND INFLAMMATIONS. USED INTERNALLY A&X> EXTERNALLY. GENUINE IN' O'UR BOTTLES ONLY,. BUFF WRAPPERS, SEE OUB NAME, POND'S EXTRACT CO., NEW YORK, 76 FIFTH Av B N UK . USE POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT FOB PILES. Sent by mail on receipt of 50 cts. EXCURSION TO BLUJTFTON, i \'Jti Vnndalla Dine, • Oritolser 13tli to 10th.-On October 13«i to 15tb- tlie anUalla Line will seU excursion tick- its from suit stations, iu Indiana to Blufftou, Ind., at one fare foe the •oun<l trip, account 'Baptist Convolution nixl Young Pieople's Union of Indiana. Tickdts good to veturn until October .Oth, inclusive. For full particulars all on nearest Vandalia Line Ticket gcut, or address. E. A. Ford, General assdnger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. ANOTHER BIG SPEAKER: Roswell Q. Horr to Address the People Friday, Sept. 25. : Don't fail to attend .the opening ioC ; Another' speaker of. national reputa.- t-he Hub' Clothlug' Co., successor.' to Won is promised'to. address the people Barry Frank /this eveuius, from 7 to 9 o'clock. '•'.''•'! . of Cass county before the end of fife month, Roswell G. Horr of Michigan, lias been secured to make an.address at the rink on Friday afternoon, September 25tb. Es-Congressmon Horr fs well knoTvn. as an eloquent speaker and his service in Congress covered'a period when the greater part of tlie financial legislation now on the statute books TVOS passed, and he is thoroughly informed on the question. CHILDREN'S SERVICE. , .The quarterly sermon to the children will .be preached -at the Wheatlana stteet M. E. church next Sundayroorn- ing by the pastor. Parents who des&e their cMldren baptized vrill please pre- soat them at' this service. Will Fisher, the manager of Rbuth's ' Broadway street butcher shop went to Chicago yesterday to wed Miss I3a Wood r a popular young lady of tffat city. -Miss Wood has visited 5n tBIs city and has many friends here. ^.._

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