Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1892 · Page 3
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Sold and Warranted by GROCERS. R. DAM'S mm Discovery of great value for the cure of Dyspepsia, Ulcers, Neuralgia. Worms, Nervousness. Constipation; Kheumatism, Salt Rlieum, Sick Headache, Scrofula, .Kidney Complaint, Canker, Piles, Catarrh, Female , General Debility. This remedy is for sale by the following grocers in the county B. C. D. Head, Logansport. Wm. M. Kreider & Sons, J. J. Rothemel, F. M. Spraker & Co., C. M. Personate, National Union Co., J. & M. Sellers, C. S. Green & Co., I. G. Wilson, Horstman & Boerger, W. J. Parker, John Meehan, T. P. Swigart, N. A. Thomas, " Geo. Mjoriarty. F.-W. Kline, Maurer & Schilling, " Hiram Harvey & Son, Koyal Center. N. E. Day, J. H. Phillapa, Galveston. Every bottle waraated cure or benefit or the money returned. W. E. WINCHESTER. Gen. Agt. for Ind. and 111, AGENTS WASTED, J. I. Henderson & Sons OF FURNITURE, flND UPHOLSTERERS, No. 320 Fourth Street, LOGANSPORT, IND. -FACTORY: — Nos. 5,7 anfl 9 Fiftli Street. To all persons needing pumps: I desire to call attention ; p;S j t\ to my fine and varied stock i-vsjiS B consisting of my My Improved Stone Cylinder, Porcelain Lined Cylinder, Polished Iron Cylinder, Common Wood. Also cistern pumps at lowest prices. These pumps are fitted with the best of trimmings making them easy to handle, insuring durability, preventing need of repair. Call and see me at factory. A. N. PARKHUKST, 209 Sixth Street. Do you A Root Drink W Beer? AND ENJOYED EVERYWHERE. RUPTURE CURED! (XEW TREATMENT-) 1 uia prepare*! to manufacture supports to suit »ny case ofrcpture which can bo presented to me, and -sdU pnaratee a peifactljnttlng support, and cure of any case without pain, or detention from business. Consultation free. Gallon or address J. W. BALLABD, K. D. Corner 4th ant! Slarte? Street. Logansport, Ind RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. Makes an every-day convenience of an old-time luxury. Pure and wholesome. Prepared with scrupulous care. Highest award at all Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid Imitations—and insist on having the NONE SUCH brand. WERRELL & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y. EEL RIVER CATARRH CURE. Can be had at the following drug stores: J, F. COULSON & CO, JOHNSTON BROS., B. F. KEESLING. D. E. PRYOR, B. FISHER, I E. M. HATCH, — JHOItKEOPATHIST — Physician and Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, corne: Sixth Street. F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over State Xaiional Bank, Corner of fourtls and Broadway, Logansport, Ind., Sept. 8,1892 Tills is to certify that the Agricultural Insurance Company of New York, S. M, Closson, Agent, haa paid my loss in full ana to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co. to all my friends, P. F. DUNN. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MOKNING, OCT. 4. Lost--A valuable ruby breast pin. Finder please call at 718 North street. The only place for gold crown and bridge work, at Clark's, the dentist. Y. S. F. fast black hose worth 12J cents, Only 5 cents, at the Golden Rule. 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 work, pedagogy methods, etc., should see the advertisement of the Central Normal College in this issue. Wanted—Twelve men to act as extra >olicemen at the fair ground this veek. 'Apply to D. M. Surface at the Sheriff's office to-day at 2 o'clock. Wanted—Three hundred yards of boulders, 4 to 8 inches in diameter, Incinnati inspection, at once.—Wm. C. Booker, contractor, Elwood, Ind Lost—A leather pocket book containing $S5 and some tax receipts and notes, was- lost in the city yesterday ^Friday) afternoon. Will pay a good reward for return of the same to Sweetser's shoe store.-Leander Myers. Wanted, Oil Agent—A good, reliable ind energetic man to represent us in he sale of our oils, greases, etc., on good commission. Also a few travel- ng salesman to carry our samples as a ide line. The case is small, and can le carried in the pocket. Add cess vitb. references, J. R. Timinins & Co., leveland, 0. The ladies of the G. I. A. will give a reception this eve'ning at the residence of George Lighthiser, corner Sth and George streets, in honor of a. visiting sister, Mrs. C. H. Bissell, >f Charleston, 111. All members and heir families are requested to be resent, if possible, to assist ia the satertaintnent. By order of the Pres- dent. Oil. Paint and Drug Reporter: The National Lead Company report that heir pure white lead tinting colors lave proved to be a decided success. The tinting colors were only brought at the beginning of this year, and hey met with such prompt and ready ale that the company have been tased to the utmost to promptly supply the .emand. They appear to have come n vary good tima and fill a long felt want. Item* from t!ie Note-BooK of Oar RallTTBT Reporter—Points Per- xoiial and OtliervrlKC. Ben McKeen engineer of M. of W. of the Vandalia, was in the city yesterday. Pan Handle engines 325, 418 and 344 weni in the shops for repairs yesterday. William Leffert has resignec his position at the Pan Handle coach shop and will go West. Pan Handle engineer J. H. Williams has returned from Kansas and reported for duty yesterday. P. Ft. W. & C. .engine 47 was turned out of the Pan Handle shops yesterday and will soon'be returned home. John Drompp has been transferred from Rudolph Berndt's gang at the Pan Handle shops to the boiler shops. J. D. Allison telegraph operator at the Pan Handle yard office, went to Delphi yesterday evening with the I O. O. F. Michael Cowan, a helper in the Pan Handle blacksmith shop, burned his right eye severely by getting a hot scale in it. HecBeaulieu has resigned bis position as engineer for the Pan Handle and will probably make his future home in Chicago^ Fred Hartel night foreman at the Pan Handle round house is much improved in health and will resume his work to-day or to-morrow. John Welch until a few days ago pimployed in the cinder pit at the Pan Handle shops went into the boiler shop yesterday to learn the trade. Pan Handle engine 388 will to-day be taken to the Pendleton shops for repairs. There is so much work in the Logan shops that some engines are sent elsewhere to be repaired. Eli and John Hensel formerly employed at the South Side paper mills are now working at the Pan Handle shops the former at the boiler shops and the latter on the repair tracks. August Hetener who was severely injured on the Pan Handle repair tracks a few weeks ago is slowly improving but is still unable to work. It is feared that he will remain paralyzed on one side. The Lafayette Call says that the cashier of the Lake Erie & Western railway at that point has skipped out, leaving a shortage of §400. He was a young man of excellent family but was "downed" by drink and cards. The Vandalia's through passenger trains between Terre Haute and St. Joe are things of the past for this season. These trains run only in summer and are used chiefly in going to and coming from the northern summer resorts. The Pan Handle yards are nearly always in a state of blockade. Shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the entire yard from Peoria Junction to the East End bridge was blockaded detaining the Wabash passenger train about fifteen minutes. One hundred and nine thousand locomotives are at present running on the earth. Europe has 63,000, America 40,000. 'Asia 3,800, Australia 2,000 and Africa 700. In Europe -reat Britain and Ireland take' premier position with 17,000 engineers, Germany has 15,000, France 11,000. Austria-Hungary, the second largest continental country has 5,000, Italy 4,000, Russia 3,500, Belgium 2.000, Holland and Spain .1,000 each, Switzerland 900, and the remaining European States 2,600. Last evening a night crew and gang of laborers were put to work on the Anoka grade and the work will now ba pushed day and night until the job is completed. The same engine which is used in day tim3 will also be used at night and engineer Geo. H, Shaver and fireman I. H. Bowyer aave been appointed to the night trick. A number of headlights were taken out last evening and will be placed in such positions that as much .ight as possible will be reflected.on the works. Deafness Cannot be Cured >y local applications, .is they cannot reach the diseased portion o£ the ear. There is only one war to cure deamess. and that Is 67 constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an In- laroed condition of the mucons lining of the Eus- achlan Tube. When this tnbe la Inflamed yon lave a romhllug sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tnbe restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases qat of ten are cansed by catarrh, which Is nothing but an nflamed condition of the mncoas surfaces. we will gtre One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be :ured by Hall's Catarrh. Cure, send for circulars: " F. J. GHEXET & CO., Toledo. 0. Xotlce. We have hertofore persistently refused to leave the Institute to visit patients; hut owing to constant solicitations have now made arrangements by which we will hereafter be able to promptly answer all call in city surrounding towns or country. DKS. CHKISTOPHEH & LOKGKECKEK. TO IiOOB, £5,000 to $20,000 at 7 per oent. inter- est'on business property. Apply to W. D.PBATT. An Uncalled for Pliaros Article. The Pharos under the head of "The Preachers are Coming" announces that while the Protestant ministers of the city are Republican by something of a majority that twn of them will vste for Cleveland. This is great material for Democratic enthusiasm- Rev. Hawkins, one of the ministers referred to, was in the South during the war and his sympathies are with the South. He has always been a Democrat. Rev. Hobbs, the other referred to. states that he was born of Democratic parents but has never made politics a study. There is no occasion for Democratic happiness and no Democratic gain in this condition and why the Pharos should mix up the ministers of Logansport with politics in this way is past finding out. AT THE PLAY HOUSE. Sometblns Tor tnc Delectation of JLo eaiinport Theater Goers This \Veek. BILLOWS OF MIRTH. Any one who has ever seen the "Two Old Cronies" 'Till acknowledge that it has more fun to tho square inch than anything offered theater goers in many a day. The play was presentee here a little over a year ago and al once jumped iato popular favor. The Two Old Cronies with its billows of never ceasing mirth, is just the kind of a farce that every one wishes to s«e and it will be at Dolan'a opera house this evening. It is sure to be greeted with a good house for our theater goers love a truly funny play. Maaager Stuart is certainly to be thanked for giving us so many good laughable attractions this season. The Cincinnati Eoquirer says "that an honest summing up of tha Two Old Cronies developed the fact that it is one of the most popular and artistic musical farce comedies seen there in a long while. To those who love to laugh and laugh for two hours and three-quarters we advise that they pur.chose reserved seats for the Two Old Cronies at once. THE ACME OF STAGE REALISM. Every atom of scenery used in "A Kentucky Girl" which plays at Bolarre opera house next Thursday night Oct. 6tb, was specially built for the play. The scene pictures, are from the brush of that gifted young American artist, E. S. Goodwin, Esq., for the past three years, with the Hanlon Bros, attractions. One of the most notable scenes, depicts a race for life between Charity Jarvey on a R. R. Velocipede and four men on a handcar. The machinery for this sensation alone, costing $2,500 and requires 3000 feet of moving panorama. Another and wonderfully realistic scene is the interior of an old fashioned saw mill in perfect working order showing the saw actually sawing a log. Also a great R. R'. sensation, a train of cars 150 feet long and 8 feet high, crosses the stage over a draw bridge in less than 8 seconds. The scenery is so arranged to set up on large or small stages. Miss Hasson in order to present her play in a thoroughly realistic manner, has during her vacation, learnt to make a horseshoe, and is to-day the only lady ia the world who actually turns a horseshoe in presence of her audience. Besides the many realistic features of the play there is plenty of fun running all through it which keeps the audience in the best of good nature. Don't forget the dute, October 6th, THE COMING .irOSICAL EVEXT. Mrs. Cora Ferris Gruendler is the fortunate possessor of a brilliant mezzo soorano. She at once captivated the hearts of a large concourse of music loving people at the Germania concert. She was called again and again, and as a true artist who takes pride and joy in her heavenly art, responded freely filling the hearts of all present with that unspeakable delight, which is the goal of all lovers of music. Her singing was the prominent feature of the entertainment.— St. Louis Post. Mrs. Cora Ferris Gruendler will appear at Dolan's opera house Saturday October the Sth. Attention, Young OTen'ti Kepabliccn Club. All members of the Young Men's Republican Club are requested to meet it the Broadway rink this evening at S o'clock for the purpose of making arrangements to attend the rally Wednesday evening and the transaction of all business that may come be f ore the club. After the transaction of the business the club will drill. R. M. VAX WINKLE, Pres. FREDERICK LAKDIS, Sec'y. Bealres to Bear Te»tlmon;. Henry Thome, Traveling Secretary of the T. if. C. A., writes from Ere:er HaH, Strand.London February 2d IBS* 'I desire to bear ray testimony to the value of ALLCOCK'S Posots PLASISBS. I hate used them for pains In the bade and sWe arising fromrheir matlc and other causes neter without derMiw benefit from their application. They are easily applied and-very comforting. Those engaged as I am in public work which tafolYes exposure to snddea changes of temperature, will d» well to keep a supply of Aiicoci's Po«ocs their porcnanteans." w Will look white-r, w.if! be ciea.ner and will be done with less ls.bor if is used. The. clothes will smeil will last looser. SANTA CLAUS GOAP is pure., it cleans but does not injure irKe. fabric. It does rjat rougher or chap the* hands. Millions use-it. So You ? N, K, FAIR BANK 8tCO ? M'/'r-s. E REPAIRS? '<• n wUi They will take your Contract to complete your work at lowest prices. Hiafa Street. W. C. T. C. Convention. The annual State Convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will be held in Marion from 7th to llth of October. All-poisons wishing to attend will please leave name at Gifle's book store as early as possible, as it is necessary to secure ten tickets in order to insure reduced rates. Said parties must receive certificates from convention certifying to their actual attendance on convention in order to comply with railroad requirements. Let all interested in the work go to Marion and mingle with sister workers, that they may be better informed on the subject. By order of President, NANNIE GIFFE. Lc SEMA.NS HADLEY, Press Sup't. Real Estate Transfers. List ol transfers of real estate In Cass county reported by Dodds & Wipperman. abstractors of titles, con- veynncers and notaries public, Insurance and loan agents, titles to real estate examined and defective titles perfected. Money to loan at lowest rates. Offlai 206 Fourth street directly opposite Court Houfie, Loeansport, Ind. Pbllip McDada and wile to Jas. M. Sines lots 4, ll, V2, and 20 McCiulej's add Galveston 4 1000 00 Mallnda, Campbell to Jno W. Thomas pt sw 14 sec 14 Clay tp Vk a 125 00 Mahlon Roderick to Geo. C. Roderick und 14 pt fratfl ne 14 sec 3 Wash tp 20 a - 500 00 Jacob F. Hoffman and wife to P. C. C. & St L. B. K. 1-10 acre In nw 14 sec 25 Boone tp „ 10000 Mary E. Cosgdon to Mahala A- Clevenger 411,4 It. ol lots 23 and 21 LaBose 1st add _ 1000 00 Jas. J. Graves and wife to J. J, Burton pt lot 1 0 P Royal Center — 200 00 Thirteen mortgages filed aggregating...S S540 15 Map of the United States. A large handsome map of the United States, mounted and suitable for office or home use, is. issued by the Burlington route. Co oies will be mailed to any address on receipt of twelve cents in postage by P. S. Eustis, General Passenger Agent, C., B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, 111. Notice to Creditors. Francis M. Lunsford died intestate ia Adams township, Cass Co., Ind., August 26. 1892, and we, his sole heirs at law, hereby notify all persons to whom he was indebted, that, we will pay his legal debts, and request them to notify us of the amounts and when due at our postoffice. 32.Mile, Cass Co., Indiana. CHARLES B. LUNSFORD. JOHN W. LUNSFORD. Prompt attention given all claims for pension, increase of pension, houn- ty or any other war claims. Patent solicitors and general U. S. claim agents—20 years experience. Address or call. B AKRON & WAI.TEKS. Johnson Block. Public Sale. Span of mules, horses, 30 bead of fat cattle. 80 head of hogs, etc., Tuesday, October 4th, at 10'clook, at Paul Taber's farm east of the Fair grounds on Bel river, SBjkaoii Tatwks oora ROYAL REWARD FOR AN ANSWER. What Is the exact date of Qeorgo Wa ington's appointment OB commander or American forces t 'fiif i.m'.i'. ,'cuvl will giro nn elegant Chicker- hijr pnrc-.oni!'-!, upvitx'it' 'piuno to the flrstper- fu-.i u:i?wi-r:!i,f ;iie E.IJOVO question correctly; t/.ra !irst-<;::t:;s ;'O'.md-i,rlp nulroad tickets to C-hici;t:o :-.nd n't.ui-n and admission tickets tot ti73t.i World's Fair (grounds to witness dodt- cittlouof builtltupi October 21, 1S92, for each of rjoxt two correct answers; a Raid decorated. Ciihm dinner sot for tho fourth correct csswer. ' An addiUonalspccl.il prize, a beautiful pair of >ro!d an<3 pearl opera glasses, will bo given. for the first, correct answer from each stale. Each person answering must send fifteen: , two-cont stamps for 6 mos. subscription ta The Home Jctccl, tho illustrated family pnpK containing particulars of our prize eompetfr' tlon for a free trip to California or Florida^ The object of offering- these prizes ia to increase tho circulation of this excellent f amfljr paper. Sond to-day and you may 8oom« h, costly prize. Namos of all prize-winneri.t'i October number. Write plainly name, office, express office, county and Btate. dress The Bone Jewel, Suite 801, Bldfe-., Chicago, III. Good liookH. Goods looks are more than skin deep depending- upon a; healthy condition of 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 com, plexion. Sold at B. F. Keesling's drug- store, 50c. per bottle. Pronounced Hopele»«, Vet Saved. Form a letter written by Mrs. Ada, E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we ojiote: 1 'Was taken with a bad cold, which settled ou my lunffs, cough set in and finally terminated in consu option. 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. Kjo^'s JTev.- Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a, trial, took ia all. eight bot- ties; it hss oured me, and thank God i am now a. well and lieartv t;omajL. n Trial bottles free nt B. F. Keesling'B drugstore, regular size, 50e. and $1. The best ssJve la thcworld lor cats bruises, sores, ulcers, ss.lt rneuiB fever sores, tettor, ehapjwc. . hands chilblains, corns and all skin erop* tioos, and positively cures p3!ea, or na- pay reqxiircxi. It is gt:s'-.'f.-x-ed to give perfect satisfaction, r- rconey refunded. r.- ; C9 25 cenls.pnr 'ft. For sale 'or 3. F. Kecsliag: For Over Klfrr V«»rn. Mrs. Wiuslow'a- Soothing: Syrup hu been used 'or over fifty years by mil- lioM of mothers for their children • while teething, Trrlh perfect success. It soothee the'child- soften!}' tbegnm*. alia J-B all F a - D cures wind colic, and is the best remecy for diarrhoea. It pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggists ia every part oi the world' Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its v*lu* is incalculable. Be sure and .aak'ior" Mrs. Winslew's Soothing Symp, take no other load,

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