Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 28, 1892 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 28, 1892
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Discovery of great value for the cure of Dyspepsia, Ulcers, Neuralgia, Worms, Nervousness. Constipation, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Sick Headache, Scrofula, Kidney Complaint, Canker, Piles, Catarrh, Female———, General Debility. .This remedy is /or sale by the following grocers in the county- B. C. D. Read, Logansport. Wm. M. Kreider & Sons, J. J. Rothemel, F. M. Spraker & Co., *-C. M. Personate, National Union Co., " J. & H. Sellers, C. S. Green & Co., I. G. Wilson, Horstman & Boerger, W. J. Parker, John Meehan, T. P. Swigart, N. A. Thomas, '', Geo. Moriarty. " F. W. Kline, Maurer & Schilling, " Hiram Harvey & Son, Royal Center N. E. Day, J. H. Phillapa, Galveston Every hottle waranted cure or benefl or the money returned. W. E. WINCHESTER, Gen.Agtforlnd. and III AGENTS WASTED A To all persons needing pumps: I desire to call attention to my fine and varied stock consisting of my My Improved Stone Cylinder Porcelain Lined Cylinder, Polished Iron Cylinder, Common Wood. Also cistern pumps at lowest prices Those pumps are fitted with tho best of trimmings making them easy to handle, insuring durability, preventing: need of repair, Call and see me at factory. A. N. PAB.KHCJKST, 209 Sixth Street. TRY EEL RIVER CATARRH CURE. It is sold on a positive guarantee if not cured or greatly benefited, money refunded. It will stop the worst form of Headache in five minutes. For sale by B. F. KEESLING. Wholesale and Retail Druggist. Logansport, infl. P (Trade nark.) y^ . & r. KID GLOVES "If ron cannot get these gloves£ro our dealer notify the iranufscturexs, ,?lngs <t Pinner, 331 dud SS6 Broadway, New York, and they will see ftat you set them "* remariafcly aucccssTul school provides thorough preparation M il itarV tor College orBusiness, »au careJu! s-u- pervislon of he»lth, habits and rn:ui- ners. roriUustnU-canUosue address, HIO. LxvnuESCE-Bcsr. For yonnB ladle* and elrls. Founded ~. 1SS7, wprwvidawostof theAllesbcniet. Place » scbool ot the very Wgliesi grade. c i . Pupils from twenty-one states. l"or seminary Why is. it that Strictly Pure White Lead is the best paint? Because it : will outlast all other Paints, make a handsomer 'finish, give better protection to the wood, and the first cost will be less. If a color other than white is wanted, tint the paint with the National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead" Tinting Colors. These colors are sold in small cans, one pound being sufficient to tint twenty-five pounds of strictly pure White Lead to the desired shade. Be Careful to use only old'and well-known brands of white lead. The market is flooded with adulterated and "so-called" white leads. = The following brands are always strictly pure and are established by the test of years: ANCHOR (Cincinnati) ARMSTRONG & McKELVY (Pittsburgh) BEYMER-BAUMAN (Pittsburgh) COLLIER (St. Louis) CORNELL (Buffalo) DAVIS-CHAMBERS (Pittsburgh) ! ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) FAHNESTOCK (Pittsburgh) MORLEY (Cleveland) RED SEAL (St. Louis) SHIPMAN (Chicago) SOUTHERN (St. Louis and Chicago) These brands of strictly pure White Lead and the National Lead Co.'s Tinting colors are for sale by the best dealers in paints everywhere. If you arc going to paint, it will pay you to send to us for a book containing information that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do so. NATIONAL LEAD CO., Cincinnati Branch, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Logansnort, Ind., Sept, S, 1892. TWs Js to certify that the .Agricultural Insurance Company of XewYoik, S. JL Closson, Agent, lias paid my loss in full and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co. to all my friends. P. F. DTJNN. RUPTURE. CURED! (NEW TREATMENT.) 1 am prepared to maimliiccure supports to suit any case of nipiure which can be presented to me, und will pnaratneii iierfc.ctlyfitting support, and curs of any case without pain. Ot detention from business. Consultation free. Gall on or address .]. W. BAMiA.Ul>, M, fl. Corner 4t!i ami Jtnriwt Street, Lo?(insport, Ind DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPT. 28. New dress goods at tho Golden Rule. Call on Richy for tho cheapest fruit in the city. §9.98 for a handsome imported pattern dress.—Golden Rule. Martin Morrisev and Katie Klinger; Wrn.- E. White and Nanc3 r E. Tost are icensed to wed. Attend the -underwear sale to-day at the Trade Pal ace. Only three days at these prices. Dr. F. M. Bozer has removed his dental- rooms to the front rooms, second floor, State National Bank building. Wanted, at once—A good girl, good wages and small family. Apply to Mrs. D. A. Borges, No. 12 Columbia street, North Side. Persons interested in commercial ork, pedagogy methods, etc., should see the advertisement of the Central Normal College in this issue. Wanted—A boy, who has had some ixperienco as a compositor, to work n a country printing office. Address, jiving reference, box 304, Kewanna, nd. The ladies of the Market street M. ]. church will give a social tonight ,t the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Samel on Thirteenth street. Refreshments will be served. The members of Diana Temple No. 0 will hold a social at the residence f John Rowe corner of Seventeenth nd Broadway, Thursday eve Septem- er 29th. All are cordially invited. The Board of Health report scarlet ever on Indiana street south of the 'an Handle yards at the residence of lartin Grady and at the residence of Jarvey Williams, corner Sixteenth nd Market. The Ancient Order of Hibernians of lis city have' received an invitation rom the order in Chicago to take art in the parade there on Friday, 'ctober 21st, at the opening of the air. It is estimated .that 50,000 mem- ers of that order will he in line. Chicken, thieves have been depredat- ng J. E. Redmond's chicken roost, hree were taken. Saturday nig-ht and our Sunday night. The rooster _only was left and Mr. Redmond wouldn't much, care if the chicken thieves now ame and purloined this lord of tie enery, thuB ; leaving him as he -was efore he entered . into the alights of poultry culture. HE'LL MEET THE5I Uf HEAVES! A Betlilelicra Township Farmier .Disappears on Account of JFannily ; * Troubles. Isaiah Krider is a farmer and has heretofore been a resident of Bethlehem township: He has a daughter Miss Elsie, a handsome young woman who has many admirers in the neighborhood. For all these however, with one exception, she had no smiles, and that one exception was 3 young Ellsworth Morrow, a soc of A. J. Morrow, candidate for county commissioner on the Republican ticket. For some time young Mr. Morrow was looked upon as the accepted suitor of Miss Kridp.r. much to the disgust of some of his unsuccessful rivals. Mr. Krider, the father of the young lady, did not exactly like the turn, that matters were taking and strenuously objected to his daughter receiving attentions from Mr. Morrow. Recent!v several altercations have taken place in the Krider household on this subject, which always resulted in a knockout for Mr. Krider. One day last week after another family disturbance he saddled his horse and came to town leaving his horse in one of the feed yards for safe keeping. To his family he sent a message that he would "meet them in heaven," not stating where he was going to. Since then his family have heard nothing of him and are anxious to learn of his whereabouts. Those who know young Mr. Morrow state that no reason could be given why Mr. Krider objected to the proposed match as the prospective groom is an industrious young man of good family and excellent habits whose father is fairly well supplied with this world's goods and who could support a wife if ho choose to marry. Mr. Krider is said to be a devout churchman and a class leader in Sunday School, and his action in deserting his family on such trivial grounds is ascribed to the fanatical views which he takes from a religious standpoint. Before the snow of winter flies he will probably repent of his bargain and return to the bosom of his family. THE TROTTERS. Beyond. Hivalry llarerly ; » .Tl TJie Fair Ground Will be Ir.i Good Condition for the October Illect- inc—Horsu JJotes. The opening.of the first of Logansport race meetings October 5, G, and 7, 3892, should be witnessed by every citizen in Cass county. The gentlemen at the head of this association have expended quite a sum of money to get the grounds and eq.uipm.ents in perfect order, and nothing will be left undone to improve the track, so that it will be one of the best in the State. Logansport citizens will witness some of the best; races seen in this State. A large number of horses are entered, and the association have every assurance that so far as their entry Hat is concerned the meeting will be a success. The business men of this city who will be directly bene- fitted by this meeting should lend the association all the aid in their power to help make a- success of it. At Richmond last Friday, Moquette went against the world's 4-year-old stallion mark of 2:12J, held by McKinney. He knocked it clear out in 2:10, which is the fastest time ever made by a 4-year-old of any sex. Two brothers by the name of Stanley claim a patent on the pneumatic sulky. They say they will call on all who have in any way infringed on them in any manner for a settlement. The sensational pacing colt. "Grasshopper." owned bp Joseph Snyder, of Delphi, Ind., will be started in the yearling class at the Logansport meeting. This colt was owned by Del Crampton, who sold it to Mr. Snyder for $75, and who was offered ?1,500 for the colt after pacing a half nsile with ease at Lebanon in 1:20. I>eafnc8s Cannot be Cnreil by local applications, as taey cannot Kach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining ol the Eus- tachlan Tube. When this tube Is: inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is tho result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing Dut an Inflamed condition o£ the mucous surfaces. \ve will giye One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that amnoc be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Pensions. Prompt attention given all claims for pension, increase of pension, bounty or any other war cMms. Patent solicitors and general! 1 TJ. S. claim, agents—20 years experience. Address or call. BARSOS & WAI.TEBS, Johnson Block. Eauy Payment. Your chance for a bargain on a fine. sound, carved legged piano in complete order. Call at once and examine at 429 Market. W. D. CAPHOX. Call at Richy's for tte finest i'roit in the'clty. The event of the season will be the presentation of Col. J. H- Haverly's Mammoth Minstrels on Friday Sept. 30, at Dolan's opera house. The program will be replete with delightful music, and the latest jokes up to date in every particular. This company is filling a brief summer engagement in the prominent cities of the West, after which they will return to Chicago for a period of eighteen months, daring the World's Fair, where tuey have just completed a season of twenty- eight consecutive weeks to the largest receipts ever known in the history of minstrelsy in America. Col. Haverly has been before the public as an amusement caterer for the past decade and a more widely known manager in amusement, circles cannot be found. Mr. Haverly takes pleasure in announcing-, instead of the time worn parade, a grand open-air concert in front of the opera house at four o'clock by Haverly's Silver Cornet Band, the programme consisting of the latest popular airs rendered in such a manner that will be much enjoyed by the music-loving public. The particular attention is called to the musical burlesque "Bill Trovatore," the funniest bit of burlesque ever put upon the American stage. Billy Rice as a mirth-provoker stands at tbe head. Banks Winter, the popular ballad composer and singer, brings forth rounds of applause, and the other members of this organization have been selected for their artistic worth. Buy reserved seats at Johnston's drug store and avoid the rush. A Co:»n:on Sense Beiucdy. In the matter ot curatives wliat you want is something that will do Its wort while you continue to do yours— a remedy that will give you no Inconvenience nor Interfere with your business. Such a remedy is ALLCOOK'S POROUS PLASTER'S. Those plasters are not an experiment; they have been In use for over thirty years, and their value has been attes'ted by the highest medical author itles, as well "as by testimonials 1'roiU them who have used them. They require no change of diet and are not affected by wet or cold. TUelr action, does not Interfere with labor or business; >ou can toll and yet be cured while hard at work. They are so pure that the youngest, tho oldest, the most delicate person of either sex can use them with great benefit. Beware of imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentations. Ask for ALLCOOK'S and let no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept a substitute. ___ A Traveling Man'* Experience JDiarrhoia. I am a traveling man and have been afflicted with what is called chronic diarrhoea for some ten years. Last fall I was in Western Pennsylvania, and accidentally was introduced to Chamberlan's Colic, Cholera and Dia- arrhoea Remedy. I ventured to make a trial and was wonderfully relieved. I would like now to introduced it among my friends, — H. M. Lewis, 24 Freeman street, Cleveland, Ohio. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Pronounced HopelcKs, Yet Saved. Form a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled ou my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. . I gave myself up to my Saviour determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling' s drugstore, regular size,' 50c. and $1. Good Looks. Goods looks are more than skin deep depending upon a healthy condition o* all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples blotches, boils and gives a good coai plexion. Sold at B. F: Keesling 1 6 drug store, 50c. per bottle. Arnica S. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheuKi fever sores, totter, chapped hands chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give parfect satisfaction, r~ monej •refunded. Trice 25 cents pe' ' •«. For sale by B. F. Keesling. For Over Fifty Yeai«. AN OLD A>TD WELL-TETED REHED?.— Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fi f ty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child softens the gums. allavsaU pain cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste- Sold by druggists in every part of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. , 'Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. For Sale Cheap. Two Jersey cows, 1 and 2 years old, Jersey bull, one family horse and one surrey. Inquire of M. J. Green, three miles east of city, or at the office of John G. Meek, 220 Fourth street. ^ BtpansTabules cure dyspepcia. Every Smoker's Nose knows when it is pleased. It is always pleased With the fragrant and peculiar aroma of Which has been for more than n quarter of a century the desire and delight cf comfort lovers everywhere. It strikes the taste of many fastidious smokers. Try it. Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., DURHAM', N. c. A Thoughtful i'ersou Consults his best interests by having a box of .Krause's Headache Capsuls at hand; taken as directed will prevent or step any kind of a headache, no matter what the cause—in fact if your skull was cracked it would prevent pain. The frequency of the attacks will diminish, and by taking the capsuls at the approach of a headache, you will never have another. Sold by B. F. Keesling; and J. L. Hanson, druggists. Krause's Headache Capsules—Warranted, ;il B. F. Keeping's ;i:id J. L. Hanson's. Hot Springs Skin Soap acts directly upon the delicate pores of the body, sweetens and purifies the skin, thereby rendering it free from bad odors, pimples, rashes and other disagreeable and repugnant manifestations. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. OMAHA. Neb., May 5. 1891. To whom ii may concern: I have suffered for years with neuralgic headache, and Krause's Headache Capsules is the only remedy thai has done me any good. Would recommend them to all similarly affected. CIIAKLF.S PASSOT, 716 N. 16th Street. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Haason. Cubeb Cough Cure—one minute. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L Hansoc. For Sale—A fine, largo, gentle family horse. Inquire at 1205 High street. HoitBO lor Kent. I have a good cottage house at 404 West Market street, for real. Also, will sell the complete household furniture at a bargain. • . JAMES CABNET, 321 3d street. A Jteeoniiacudailou from Illlaoi*. WrLMiN&TON, 111., April 11, '91. I would say that I can recommend Chamberlain's remedies as a number one set of family medicines such as every homes hould be provided with. You can rely upon their being as near what they are recommended as any medicine sold in this part of the country. Especially would I recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as having no equal for cholera morbus, colic or diarrhosa. Having used these medicines myself and sold them for several years, I know their value and have no hesitancy in recommending them. LEVI B. DELL. For sale by B, F. Keesling and J, L. Hanson. A Reliable 3Inn. M. J. Griner, a Justice of the Peace at Print, Michigan, says one bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life. He had been down with bloody flux for three weeks when he commenced using this medicine. It soon cured him, and he believes saved his life. He also says it saved the lives of three railroad men in that vicinity. 'Squire Griner is a reliable and conscientious man, and whatever he says can be depended upon. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Stock Ordinance. At the council clamber la the cltr of Logansport Ind., at a regular session field Sept. 7, JS92, the Common -Coancll passed and adopted the following ASZND3IEST TO STOCK OBDCTANCE. Be It ordained by the Common Council o' the City of Loganspon. Ind., that scctlottone o' an ordinance passed by said Common Council, July 3,1SS9, entitled -'An ordinance prohibiting cows. borses, ho-^s, and other animals from running at large within the corporate limits o* the city of Ix>zansport, to provide for the in.^onndlng. keep- H", sale and redemption thereof and providing penalties for the violation thereof." and found of record In book "U" on paga 434 of the records of said Council, now In the City Clerk's office of said city, be and the same Js amended to read as follows: Sec.1. "It shall be unlawful for the owner or anyone havlngtbe care or custody of any tall, bailees, steer, horse, mare, colt, mule, lact, lennet, hog. goat, sheep, cow, calf, heifer, duck, joose, turker, or peafowl, to suffer or permit the xiine to run at large at, npon or within any pnb- Ic street, alley, common, park or any tmlndosed grounds within the corporate limits of said city." 2. That sections 2 and S:ol said ordinance- (ot JnJy 3,1889) be and the same are hereby repealed. 3. That all ordinances or parts thereof inconsistent with said above amendment be and are iereby repealed. •Which, was adopted by the following tote: Teas, Eeed, Beam. Powell, Dolan, .TFade, ; Drompp, Boyer, Hadley, Peters, Blaslngbam. B. a D.BxiD. Jttteit AuntBT SWJUHCCHZ, dtrcteflc. A RARE AND NOTABLE PSIZE CONTEST. Who flrst placed !:i3 Ei^ur.tuvo c-.i tbo Doslar- stion of Independence ? '"HC Smite Jewel will give nn elegant Chicken iufr pure-.oaed, upright piano to tha first p«r- soo answDring the above question corrocOjri two Srst-c!ass round-trip railroad tickets to Ohicasoand return antl admission tickets for tu-o to World's Fair Krounfls to witness dedication of buildings October 21.1S02. for each ot v DCXI two correct answers; a £cld docorfttodt China dinaoi 1 set for the fourth correct answer. An nidltional spoclnl prlzo, a beautiful pair of twld and pearl opera glosses, vrill bo given: . for the first correct answer from eaah state. Each person answcriojr must send fifteen- twc-cont sumps for G mos. subscription to The Hume Jewel tho Illustrated family papflt containing- particulars of our prize competfc' tlon for a freo trip to California or Florida.' Tbo object of offering-.those .prizes is to in- crenso the circulation of this excellent-family paper. Send to-day und you may securo a costly prize. Names of all prize-winners f^ October number. Write plainly name, posy oflico, express offlce, county and state. Af dress The Home Jewel, Suite 001, Uldfe-., Chicago, 111. TRAINS LOGANSPORT New ?ork Kerens,dally ?t Wayne (Pafl.)Accm., excpt Sunday Srli* a IE Kan ^Ity & Toledo Kx., ezcpt buudByll :)£•»»• Atlantic Express, dally.. \ M pm Ac;ommodation J?rt., except Sunday.. 8 -M p » WEST BOUND. Pacific Express, dally—'. 7:10 » re Accommodation 3Trt. ,excpt Sunday.. 12:16 p-ja< S.an City Ex., ezcept Sunday......... UA1 p IB I.s&yette (Pas.)Accm., excpt Sunflay 6:08 p'W StLonli Ex., dally.... ... ...Z0:93l>« , Eel River I)Iv., t,oeu.n»port, \Ve«t SI4*. Between L.o<jan»port and Chill. EAST BODin). Accomodatton,L«ave, ezcept SnncSa/.lOrOO • Accomodatlon, Leave " " WEST BOUH1>. : Accomodatlon, arrive, except Sunday, Accomodatlon, arrive, " " Pennsylvania Station. U:\.ir.s run h~ Cent:-...! Tims Philadelphia and NewYorli.. flradtordaad Colnmbns...... Hlcliinond and Cincinnati... Crown Point and Chicago.™ Eiclimond and Cincinnati.. Crown Point and Chicago.... BradJordand Colnmbus Montlcello and Effner...,.— Montlcello and Eflner Washington and New York.. Columbus and Pittsburgh— Richmond and Cincinnati.. Indianapolis and Louisville. Crown Point and Chicago... Kokomo and Richmond.... Washington and New York.. Columbus and Pittsburgh.. Marlon and Bradford Crown Point and Chicago..-. llonticello and Eflner Indianapolis and LoolsvJC. J. A-McCULLOUGH. ...»I.OOam«2.86«». ..'1.00am * 9.36 «M ..* 1.05am *8.00»M ..*3.10aiD «12.«»» ..f 5.45 am fll.20p IB ..i6.15am • 11,80 «» ..f 8-W am •• 4.20pm -I 8.30am "7.45»BI ..tll.30am-U.Uan * 130 pm * 1.46pm .* 1.20pm *JL46p«i ,* 1.20pjn *1.46p» ,..•1.25 pro *1^0pm'( .* 2.05pm* LOO Vm .t 2.30pm flL06»» ,.« 4.30pm »12.J5p» ' 4,30pm "12,16pm 4.8flpm *lil5pjB ; ..t 4.30pm t8.00p» .t b.topml MOpi .'12.55am *j;r-- Ticket Ag«au. VandaliaLine Time Table, IN E^TTECT JUNE 12th. 1892 Trains JLeave I^ogansport, Ind,. FOfi THE JfOBTH. No. 52, .El. Sun. 10.35 A. M. For St. Jonepli. " 54, " 8.45 P. M.. " South B*D<t " 56, ' " 4.21 P. M. " £•;. Joseph. " 60, Local Freight Ex. Sun. E.OWA.M. FOB THE SOCTH. No. 5L, Ex. Snu. 7.34 A. M. For Terre Baote. ' 53, " 2.50 P. M. S3, " 6.23 P. M. " 59, Local Freight Ex. Son. 5,00 JL M., For complete Time Card, giving all trains wi stations, and lor full Information as to istM through cats, etc., address J. C. EDGEWORTB, Agent, I/OGAJVHFOBT, UTO OR J. 31, CHJESBEODGH, Ass't General Pwtewter Agtit, t Louli, Mo DR.E. M. HATCH, — HOUHEOPATHIHT— PHysician ana Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, corse; Sixth Street Plank & Condon. 523 Bpoadwa/ C»»l «• OKtOTM.

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