Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 19, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, September 19, 1896
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l .'^T*?-' ~« ! :;?""-]T"»'-.' T - I,. 1 :- '•} j,"'quick >:; '-to 'aclq'pt /all 1:1 7 >_^ „.„ imprp^ems that make life easier. • And thes,e quick'^ e n r. '.he ones .that are likely to use'Pearlir.CP t «^ : ) in the.right way^.and ' to find new uses for \ n .d get most .out of it. Some \Vmen yJ have to be driven t| 'They wait until they can't stand the ifashioned way of washing any longer. |'hen they get Pearline " But ten to o:-.e.cy ur.c it for only part of the work, or use |o:-,c v.-ay of their own, or use something i v.-ith \: — and don't get half the help they oi\ to. G* J VeiUllcra and some unscrupuluus ^\ .,\ t.li yen-, OGIICI " this is as (;ood as" or " the same asfliiic." IT'rf Y*v 1 FALSE—Pearline is never pea and if your it rS3.CK erocer sends vou something in iof Tcarlini;. . -, j"^!>„,:. 5U JAMES \, New York. be honest—.««« if «>«•, «>« • •, L-Vj-V.-J Not even a grain of ^ fo emphasize and « . perfect the flavor of I NONE SUCH I MINCE MEAT. 1 Pure, -wholesome,— an ccoiiom-i- "" ical luxury. Sold everywhere.^ i T-.il-r* nr» substitute. s*^. 1,-n'l nonir M''I ni •• llr». l-miktiK- lERRELL-SOULE CO.. no substitute. for hoolilc KlERF SYRACUSE, N. Y Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Slower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof 'Hose |3 Express id, 25c. Prevents Wetting Head yioor or Walls. Hornless Water Closets. Send lor Catalogue Frost Piwf Water Closets, Self-Acting Water Closed. Kelly Stop and Waste Cock. TMOS, KELI-Y & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers 1 &Embalmers. 610 BBOADWAY. The Logansport Humane Society (INCORPORATED.) For the Prevention of Cruelty to Women Children and Animals E. S. Rice— Fro». , Geo. TV. Walters—Sec. J J. Htlrtebranclt-Tren*. W. M. IJlshop—Humane Omcor. I, 3. Bice, J. C. Hartey, V. C. Coolbpugh GeoW Walters, J.J. Hlldebrandt, Peeked Justice, v lsaab Adams, Jlrs, W. D. Pratt Mrs. J. N. HeC. ' Telephone No. 80. Re sort casea ot ciuelty to Secretary. CATARRH ForYourProtec —^~^~" tlon. PCjIiATIC CHRONICLES. Indians Journal: And it came to l>ass in'je days when Bryan worked his moi continually arid Tillmau aud~tho" '••jmssli'' yearncdj uow worlds to conquer, that Sttjj, suruamcd Holt, arose and sa'.qto .himself aud liis comrades an toy reporters: "1 am aweary. ^ i ;iin heart sick and Coot- sore and \, and the committee IMS no monoid woe is me all the clay long. Ante- 'push' may have the whole blaiithinj.'.evoinllie di-licleni-y in the treat and rutt it to suit themselves. I vidse and go wnto W Ico house aud jid the battle from the coolness the/' And he dyisc. And he took his battle ax aui; stub peu and bis gold bug- pin and doll rags and other personal 1 cfft and went out from •among thorn Wer. And when \vord was come unto the push aud'h'uo g-ang, even- unto Tim Griffin aj% 0 others, they arose up as one makd said, "Gosh, and ho has took tliHicnisaiid dollars ho was soin' to gi% committee!" Aud they wcp^o and would not be comforted. Thcj,<j iieUher courage. money nor And they castljyjjong thtun as to which should tyeir leader. And they came unto Tia^ the chief ruler of the city, sayiu^ire!" but Thomas said, "Go to, fjet tL-hlnd me." And they wenfj And they cast lots, nnd chewed fi'<ut, and mourned and thrashed aroi and swore at Holt, and raved %e Republicans, and flow signals of t;ess, and cussed Bill Bryan till the s| g o f the sun. And when the Gj^nor and Tim Griffin and Myron th'^aste, knew.of it they put on sackclojnd ashes and went then Into the \>ment of the State house to think, j . And while .they tak they fell asleep. And Tim dre»d a dream. '. And in the dream ihs so that hc ( ELY'S h'REAM BALM Cleanses Ihfj Nasal Passages, allays Inllttmnm- , tlon, heals and protects the membrane irora ^^_ , .. colds, restores Ilie senses or taste and small. IT WILL CURE. J^^^%3£&s$A* SampeslOs, by real!. ' CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER •-• N». 417 Market H^/eet. Calls attended to prolipUy. oi.y •' "'central Union and Mutual telephone*. Office, No. IB; Residence. No. 1ZL WANTED. W ANTED—M*n to learn barber trade: only elHbt week" required: new opportunity; slt- uatlonSsVcVr«dV»dnateii. Send 1jr catalog, MolM's Barber School, 283 iwutn Clark street, Chicago. W ANTKD-County manager, lady or gentleman «Uhnicces«ful canvassing eipeclence lor flne exctolve! publications. Promotion to iravel- SsiiosUlon ir desirfe N°« ttnv ^ T '?? : JS°? ( , s Sj7 «ry. Address, stating experience, J H Moore. 3M 1., Chicago. The. Edward Porter, who was reported killed by cars at Ewing, Ky., last Friday, was not Edward Porter of Elwood. . - • Mary Lewis, of Indiana, has been elected 'associate vico chief of the Grand Council I. O. G. S, Polfion Ivy, Insect bites, bruises, •calds, burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great pile core.—Jno. M. Johnston. a 'great -silver bjwith sixteen legs and one eyo, and'y mouths all going at once. And thiig bad neither ears nor brain parKacUAhVbue came and stood beside \ and on bis back was'this lascripn, "Claude Matthews, his bug." \ And Tim told his droajpto Myron the Chaste. And Mryon'^pped himself three times and bo^i low and said, "Oh, Sire, if it seem\ 0 a in thy sight, I will go and loot o^ the com mittee and if any hare the\ sc rlptlon on him lie shall bo chief ote Fopo crats, and this shall be the'terpreta tlon of Tim's dream." \ And it seemed good to the',overnor and -lie said "Go." \ And when Myron bad <amlncd them all lie found it .written'^ him they call Martin, even as Th had dreamed it. Thus was the drib fulfilled. And Myron spake in. | the "king of all.the push" that thc'&alxe • Martin to be the chief of tbopopo- crats. And it was so. Howbe^ the Popocrats are not yet happy, fo is it not written further In these chraicles h'ow a groat golden eagle came\pwu and swallowed up the silver bng Tim sa-w in his dream-. Selah! GLAD TO GET TRAFFIC General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. The passenger situation in the Weat is ibeginnllng to look up a trifle, but the •freight department of the different roads are still in the dumps. They can gco nothing'insight but poor business, aud iffliat at low rates. They have given up -all idea of having a great volume of business until after the election, and- will be pleased if they get it then. The passenger-improvement is duo for the most part to various excursions and reunions, of which many are being held in various parts of the West. There is no -decided -improvement in Hie amomil of regular through traffic, but the roads -are very glad to take what they caii 'get to seDtl-e the receipts, no matter If it Us excursion business, on wlilich they cannot expect to make very much money. RAILROAD NOTES. Chris Hartwkk was at Peru yestor- dny. Ed Manes..'of the air brake department was oft yesterday. i\Vklli'!iui Murphy of the car depflrt- iiio.nl w:is olt sick yesterday. W. W. Thorn, operator at the yard tower, is taking -a vacation. Panhandle Conductor John Graham lias resumed his duties after a slight Illness. Fred Waible,Hhe switch-tender in the yards, is spending a short vacation In Chlnigo. NaJt Floyd of the lathe room hurt his finger severly yesterday while operating a machine. .Walter Brown, with- Mrs. and Clarence Brown, went to Indianapolis yesterday morning to attend the State Fair. The new porcelain.' baith tubs for *he R, R. Y. M. C. A. biave been ordered and -are expected to arrive the first of the week. The repair track gang will work until noon today land the laborers will be on duty all day. This Is something unusual for Saturday. Ed Kearney and H. N. May were at Kokomo yesterday afternoon attending a'sound money rally. Mr. Kearney delivered an address. E. V. McAllister of the lathe room, who with his family have been spending a few weeks with relatives at Macy, Ind., has.returned to work. Only about one-tenth <is many bicycles Jiavo toeen presented for checking this 'month as the three previous months and baggage men arc much relieved. Ido Moon, ,T. C. Fairman and "Dick 1 Hicheson, three radical silver men in he employ of the Pennsylvania company, received' their monthly salary, Thursday,' in .their favorite metal. the wreck • whiich occured at K\nnetlv Wednesday evening, eight cat were derailed, five of .them being bricn to pieces. The track is clear bufa largo amount of dobrls will yet havlto be removed. Clirles Sh-edron of Caniden, wlio for som&lrac.'lMst has been working on a ral\,ad in Texas, resigned his position d account of poor health and stantetfor his homo. At Sedalra. Mo.. lie waWmoved from the -train to a hospibaWhorc he died. A. Bmcss .who fell from the top of flat ci at Trimmers a few weeks •fo nwlWtaincd a sprained anilce vas nt W shops'yesterday nfta'noon or the At time''since the accident occured. V will 'be able to resume ils duties \ a few days. ' The HonRourke ' Cocknun passed brongh thirty yesterday on No. 20 on lils wayVmp from Omaha, Neb. Ie stopped-V 'a few moments- and We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12.00 Our $12.00 Suits go for $9.00 Our $1D.OO Suits go for $ 7.50 Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.50 Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 TWO FOR CHOICE OF HY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE. 25c choice of anyVof our- Children's Straw Hats. Boys' Duck Suits one tnirj off, they are bargains. Now is th-atime'to buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat cr Gents Fui- ri ; shing G >.ds, and 526 Sroadway is the place t3 save money, These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G. GRACE & CO., 264 i.HCMUWAY. 1873. In a recent letter to the manufacwt- ers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of ty Spectator, Rushford. N. Y-, .says: 'H may be a pleasure to you to know tii high esteem in which Chamberlains medicines are held by the people »f your own States, where they must te boat known. An' aunt o? mine, wlp resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few years since, and befor leaving home wrote me, asking Ilj the; were sold here, stntlng-if they were no she would bring a quantity 'witlv her as she did not like to be without them. The medicines referred to are Cham berlaln's Cough Remedy, famous fo its cures of colds and croup: Chambci Iain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, Ian! back, pains In the side and chest, an Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D arrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints These medicines have been in constan use in Iowa for about a quarter of century. The people have learned tha they are articles of great worth an merit, nnd unequaled by any other They are for sale here by B, P. Kee ling, drupgist. 1S73. THE JOURNAL LEAFLET NO. G. (Cut this out and put in your pocket for reference.) The following financial calendar of j the past quarter of a century shows ' what the leading nations of the world have done with silver during that period. 1871. Germany adopted the gold standard, 1873. Belgium suspended standard silver coinage. Holland suspended silver coinage. Denmark adopted a gold standard. Germany demonetized silver coins. » Norway adopted a gold standard. —Sweden adopted a gold standard. United States suspended free coinage of silver dollars. The Latin Union limited their silver coina.ge. . Suspension of silver coinage in Italy. Switzerland declined to coin her quota of silver under Latin Union. Suspension of silver coinage on account of Dutch colonies. 1S7G. France suspended the coinage of silver. 1877. Finland adopted the gold stand- 1873. 1873, 1S70. WHEELS.|r 1S70. All Kinds of Drawings Made byj| BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block Logansport SUHMER TOURS 1S7S. 1S78. 1878. 1870. vias- prcscntclplth. two copies of last Sunday's Jouij, which contained an account of hi.sVt here last Saturday. Tlio new nicker freight engines which the Vanyia is receiving from he Plttsburg Unvotive works have heiT diisadvan,ta\ as well as advantages. One of t^ got off the track at" Braxil on ^nesdlay -and the wrecking crew foV it no small task' to place it on the rb again. An excursion ofW two hundred railway men'-'will gVRlchmond this afternoon at 2:30 oVk to'take part in the celebration of VRailway Men's Sound Money club dnat place this evening. Yesterday Woon elghty- 'dve men. from the maW and round house department • ancWty-slx men irorn the car departm^had .handed ;'i'n their names. The THE I/ADIE. pleasant effect \j perfect with which lad* m ay use Syrup 'of Figs, "tinder nll-\,n<Jltlons r •make H their favorite remV To gc t the 'true and genuine artlc« 0 pk. for the name of : the .Calif orniaygyrup Company, printed near -the^om of the package. For sale by i\ cap0 n : 8lble druggists. Spain suspended the free coinage of silver. Latin Union suspended coinage of silver except subsidiary coins. United States resumed coinage of the silver dollar, but on gOT- ernment account. Austria-Hungary suspended the free coinage of silver. • ANOTHER BIO SPEAKER. Roswell O. Horr to Address the People Friday, Sept. 25. Another speaker of national reputation is promised to address the people of Cass county before the end of the mouth. Roswell G- Horr of Michigan, has been secured to make an address 1800. adopted the single; .gold standard. 1SOO. United States suspended coinage 1891. 1802. 1S93, JS93. 1895. 1895. 1S90. of silver dollars and.began pur- cbase of bullion. Gold standard adopted.in Tunis. AustrJa-Humgary adopted the gold standard. Mints of India closed to the free coinage of silver. United States suspended purchase of silver bullion. Kussi'a decided .to coin 100,000,000 gold rubles. Chile adopted the gold standard. Costa. Rico adopted the gold standard. ; 187S-18S1-1892. Three international . conferences held to try to re-establish: the use of silver. Meantime the United States Increased her full legal tender silver 50 fold In the face of a 50 per cent, fall in its value, until her credit and financial standard could endure the straJn no •longer, and she was obliged also, reluctantly, to suspend silver coinage. ;; Wliat would/happen if she were.to resume, and open: wide tlfc Boors-Of her mints to the discarded silver' of 'the world It docs not require-much of a .financier to answer that. . VIA "BIG FOUR" TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and SEASHORES Solid Vestibuled Trains W4tb Wagner Sleeping Cars to New York and Boston from St, Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, vfti CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Spwlal." "The Southwestern Limbed." SH Terminals at the Great Lake*. Chicago, Benton Harbor, Toledo Detroit, Sandnsky, Cleveland. Tourist Rates In all Directions. E. O. McCormlck, Pass. Traffic Manager. D. B. Martin, Genl. Pass and Ticket Agent Greatest Discovery or me 19ft Century. Dr. Teaguf'• hTBW BKMKDT Medicated Air For ttie cure of Catarrh, Aathm* - indall pnlmOD&ry DlscBM*t It Has no equjj fflf sick and Nervous HMO-. ache, 1,000.000 people die annually from the above namea dlsysMi. • Way son*' 1 M" 1 <"•• ' when Medicated'Air U ' guaranteed to COM you. . Go to the rink for supper. Fifteen . Mc j, ca , cd A ir aod »m» Co., __.;.- cento, square meal. '••:•' .- -. . .- •*****,**«*•*•*>..•. well" known as an eloquent speaker and his service In Congress covered a period when the greater part of the financial legislation now on the statute books was passed, and he Is thoroughly informed on the question. $100 REWARD, 5100. The readers of tills 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 building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work: The proprietors have so much faith In its cnra- tive powers,, that they offer One-Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Fend for 1!st of'Testimonials. ' Address F. .T. CHEXB1* & CO Toledo, Ohio, Sold by Druggists, 75c.' ' : • :

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