Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 3, 1890 · Page 3
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There's a corset that isn't a corset, a v, r aist with straps for the shoulders and rows O f' buttons to button on skirts and stocking supporters and no forth—the Ball Waist l_ar.d that's about the whole of it. No; you can put it in the v.-as'atub—no metal in it or on ;t, It is worth your seeing, if for nothing but how to sew on buttons-to button easy and never come off, and how to buttonholes wear forever. Women differ in their ways of thinking and dressing as we'll as ih other ways. This waist is for women whose minds are made up that they won't wear corsets. There's much to be said on both sides; but did you ever hear of a woman who hadn't made up her mind in save way? and is there any possible use in trying to get her to change it ? She will -n;l she will;' or she won't and she won't. You can gefc the Bali Waist and wear it a week or two or three; and, if you don't want it, take it back to the store and get your money. ioo ctnrazr Co., Chicago ami new Tort. A Humphrey's Homoeopathic Medicines at Pryor's Drug store. REAL ESTATE. FOP sale, 11 residences on Broadway. For sale, 10 residences on Spear street. Tfor sale, one Scone and two Frame residences *n Korth street. For sale, two residences on Osage street. For sale, residences- i Pratt and Chlppewa streets. Yor sale, residences ...i High street. Fox sale, a brick residence on Broadway. For sale or trado residences on the North ami South side. To trade, 4 good farms for dwelling pi jperty. To trade, 3 good farms for business ploclcs. To trade, a stock of Dry Goods for a good farm. To trade, a stock of Dry Goods for town lots. To trade, a doairairte residence In FrancesvlUe for property In the city will pay the difference In price. To trade, a No. 1 Steam Grist Mill with all the modern Improvements The Mill runs day and Is In goo lo aUon for a good farm. Wanted lots In nil parts ol the city to sell. To rtmt elegant third floor apartments. For Particulars Enquire of M. M. GORDON, Pension and Real Estate- j*gent. Room No. 3, Elliott Block. Logansport, • Ind. decld-wly WANTED TO sell onr goods by sample to wholesale and re- rail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in «ir lino. Liberal salary paid. Permanent position. Money advanced for wages, advertising, etc. For terras address CENTENNIAL MFG. CO., CWcago'IIl. april2drawlm Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, MAT 3. rent. No. 355 dec22dtf "Friendship may2d2t in Chicago, New silver ware at Taylor's. in8<32t Pears' Soap secures a beautifn complexion. now24dly House with gas for Sycamore street. Something new, Sings," at Taylor's. Mrs. A. P. Slessor is the guest of her sister. Hiss Gertie Booher, of Walton, is in the city visiting friends. Have your eyes fitted with glasses b y J- I). Taylor graduate opti-. « ian - may2d2t Miss Mae McGrew, of the North aide, is gio w ly recovering from a se- of rheumatism. Now goods at Taylor's Jewely sfcore - inay2d2t" Strawberries, 15 cents per quart, at McCaffrey '& Go's. Big drives in hosiery and underwear, at the Trade Palace. Judge Nelson was in Middletown 'ecterday on legal business. i The new Common Sense fine shoes or ladies, at Walker & Ranch's. Baby carriages on easy terms and it a bargain, at the Hanna store. Reductions in dress goods. See ;ha new things at the^Trade Palaoa. I have arranged to give musio lessons on the piano or organ. For ;enus, apply atHmiDa's store. Isaac Corey was yesterday fined and costed $10.50 in 'Squire Smith's court for an assault on Wm. Ruben- dale. ' Andrew Black, of Bethlehem township, had two cows and a valuable laorse killed by lightning Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heitbrink yesterday moved into their elegant new residence on Wheatland street, West Side. Miss Maude Winklebleck will remain with friends here a week or more before joining her parents at their new home In Chicago. Full supply of strawberries, pine apples, cucumbers, asparagus, spinach, lettuce, radishes, onion?, etc., at McCaffrey & Co's this morning. Phil Kuhn and wife, of Columbus, are in the citv the guests of friends. Mr. and Mrs Kuhn came over to attend the dance of the Ladies, Auxiliary, B. of L. E. See the low prices on straw mat- tiugs, having oloaod outlOO pieces in Chicago, and can furnish mattings at wholesale prices, at the Trade Palace carpet room. The funeral of Mr. Cyrus McPherson will take place this morning from his residence on Fifth street. The remains will be takeu to New Waverly for interment. Kokonio Gazette Tribune: Mrs. Flora Bennett returned to Logan- spert to-day where she resumes her studies of calligraphy and stenography at! a business college there. Otto Meinshausen is selling the Mrs. Potts' nickel plated sad irons at prices that will astonish you. He has bought them in a large quantity, and will sell them at s a vary smal margin. Supervisor Meyers and his men broke ground yesterday for the improving of the north extension of Stanley street, Shultztown, between the Cicott street bridge and Wabash railroad. Tbe new front which is being pul in the room in the Johnson block occupied by John Dewenter, excites the admiration of all, and when it is completed will be one of the handsomest store fronts iu northern In diana. George W. Seybold, of the Trade Palace, returned from Chicago, where he picked up some uneard of bargains in prints, ginghams, chnl lies, wool veilings, umbrellas anc wool dress goods, all at about 5G cents on the dollar. Merytia M., tho eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Leffel, of Bethlehem township, diec Thursday evening at 5 o'clock o congestion of the lungs. The funer al was held Friday afternoon at o'clock, interment at the Dillman cemetery. Dr. J. B. Shultz and family wil not occupy the Winklebleck resi dence as stated by the papers, as th doctor has ho intention of leaving his present residence. It is under stood, however, that the residence has been taken by Mrs. John W Kern and her mother, of Kokoino and will shortly be occupied by them. Mr. J. S. Cadot, well-known her as a former salesrna'n for Otto Mein shatisen, now traveling for Cribben Sexton & Co., stove dealers, Chicago arrived in the city yesterday on hi wedding trip, having been marriei to a very estimable yo\ing lady a his old home in Ohio, on Wednesday Mr. Cadot and wife will remain heri some days visiting friends. 1'Ite neglect that first cough! .'White Pine and Tar will >e ' 9 J* 1 * a* once; 25 and 50 cents per Bowie. p or ^ by B F Kee8 . *' jan25d-w4ua Th« Ursi fit-bait. Every ingredient employed in pro dueing Hood's Sarsaparilla is strictly pure, and is the best of its kind it i possible to buy. All the roots and herbs are carefluly selected, person eally examined, and only the best re tained. So that from the time o purchase until Hood's Sarsaparila is prepared, everything is eareful'y watched with a view to attaining th best result. Why dorji't you try it? A "Busted" ftstabUnluneitt. Winamac Republican: We repro dues the following notice verbatim as it appeared tacked on one of oii: butcher shop doors the other morn ing: "Closed out to trust is bust to bug is hel no trust no bust and al is we I will not Sell here any More Marvin $ Clinger." A BIO GAS DEAL,. «iu» «"om- Extending Its Territory. Kokomo Gazette Tribune: For ome days past S. P. Sheerin and ither Logansport parties have been legotiating for the purchase of the function Natural Gas company's >lant in this city. A few shares of took have already passed into their lands, and it is expected that by tbe end of the week the Logansport parties will hold a controlling inter- ist. The Junction company was organized three years ago, with capital stock of $25,000. Only §5,100 of this stock vas issued, and this represented tho amount of their active, paid up capital. Two wells were drilled and mains were laid through the streets in the north part of the city, supplying gas to several hundreds of private consumers and some manufacturing establishments. The net earnings of the company have averaged about $1,500 a year,a handsome interest on the money invested — over 20 per cent, per annum. Of ;he two wells drilled one is considered a splendid gasser, while the other is a fair one. It is said that if this deal is consummated the parties (really the Logausport Natural Gas company) will make use of their franchise and xtend their mains throughout the entire city, competing with tha Ko komo company in supplying consumers. The Logansport company owns a number of good wells within a mile of the city limits, and leases on hundreds of acres of splendid gas producing territory in :the vicinity so there can be no question as to their ability to furnish all the gas necessary for this purpose, if such is their object. (xcrmaxi Baps Eats or S>imltards, Atten ti m. For the annual meeting of the German Baptists, to be held at Pertle Springs, near Warrensburg, Mo., May 23 to 30th, the Lake Erie and Western Kailroad, "Natural Gas Koute," will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at half- fare. Tickets will be on sale May 20 to 28 inulusive, and will be good for return passage until June 25, 1890. In addition to this the Missouri Pacific Railway will sell to all hold ers of these tickets desiring to make side trips, tickets at one fare for the round trip, to points in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Indian Territory, any time during the meeting. good for return until June 25th. This is lo be the largest meeting ever held, and Pertle Springs is a beautiful little summer resort, and no one should fail to go. Free Chair Cars on this popular route. Be sure your tickets read via Lake Erie & Western Railroad, and for any further information call on any Agent of the Company, or address, C. F. DALY, H. C. PAEKEB, A. G. P. and T. A Traffic Manager. Indianapolis, Ind. Winamac Journal: Miss Snsie Scott went to Logansport Wednes day......John Gates is home from Logansport 011 the sick list Mrs R. A. Nye, Mrs. Harry Burson and Miss Dessa Kilander went to Logan sport Thursday W. H. Hoffman went to Logansport Tuesday Mr and Mrs. C. O. Fenton of Logan sport Sundayed with S. R. Tyler Judge Baldwin of Loganspor attended court here on Tuesday las Judge McConnell of Logansport held court for Judge Burson las Monday. Harvest I'.xcurKli m;. Lake Erie & Western Railroad natural gas route) has arranged to UB a series of four Grand Harvest ind Home Seekers' Excursions on lay 10, September 0 and 23, and October 14 1890, at the uriprecedeiit- d low rate of one fare for the round rip to points in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, Indian Terri- ory, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, tVyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, South and North Dakota, Iowa, ilinnesote, Louisiana, Tennessee, Tlorida, Alabama, Georgia. This is an excellent opportunity or all those desiring to sepk homes n the West and South, as there are nillions of acres of valuable Govern- nent land inviting settlement within he territory covered by this series of excursions. Be sure your tickets read via the 'NATURAL GAS ROUTE," tbe great ;hrough line traversing •'ihe wondar- 'ul gas and oil regions of Ohio and ndiana. furnishing elegant Reclin- ng Chair Cars between Sandusky and the Missouri river FREE of extra charge. For tickets, rates, time and general information, call on any ticket agent of the above route, or address C. F. DALY, H. C. PAIIKKR, Ass't G. P. & T. A. Traffic Manager, Indianapolis, Ind. Iffnlf Fare Excursions to £tonicrer-t, Kentucky. For the great land sale at Somerset, on May 20th and 31st, the Queen and Crescent route will sell excursion tickets from all stations to Somerset and -return at one faro for the round trip, on May 19th, 20th and 21st,, good for return until May 31, 1800. Rouud trip rate from Cincinnati, $4.73. Proportionately low rates from the North and Bast. Somerset, the Queen city of the mountains, is the gate city of the great Kentucky oil fields, the county Beat of Pula&ki county, the great fruit county of Kentucky, is a prosperous city of 3,500, a magaziee of wealth underlies the country for many miles, consisting of coal, iron, lead, lithographic stone, building stone, lime stone, plate glass sand, gap _ind oil. Don't miss the opportunity to invest. . may2d3t It will he gratlf jrtns to all who realize the vita ne essity ol purifying the blood, to know thtt Hlbbnrd's Eheurn.,tlc Syrap can be relied upoi as a blond medicine. Mr. B. C. Robinson, o Marahnl, Mich., sajs: GentlBinHn:—I have suffered intensely from bllliousnesa and rheutnutlsm lot over three years and had tried so many remedies that I had los all Jalth. Hearing o£ Hlbbard's Rlwumatl Syrup I bought a bottle and found'it helped m« I have used lour bottles, and It has restored m liver and kldneya to healthy action, and don mor» to purify my blood than anything I hav ever taken, I am pleased to recommend is as wonderful blood medicine. Very truly yours' B. C. Robinson; Marshall. Mich Sold by druggists. Prepared only by Th Obarlei Wright Medlcian Company' Detail' Mich. 2 Darby* Pr<»j>!iy'»c Ic Ftnid. Gives prompt and permanent relief lu burns acnlds. chilblains, venomous stings or bites' cut and wounds ol every description, It is invaluable In scarlet fever, diptherla small-pax, cholera, yellow, typhus, typhoid an other levers, For sick-rooms, to prevent the Spread ol oontn gion, it Is the beat disinfectant known. Hon, Alex. H. Stephens, ol Ga. Darbys Phophylaotlc Fluid Is an article of Httl cost, but great value. Its domestic as well a medlcinai uses nre numerous while Its specialties are moi-t wonderful. No head of a famit should ever be without It. A Spring Kfdiclne. The druggist claims that people call daily fo the new cure for constipation and ilek headache discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while In the Rocky Mountains. It is said to be Oregon grape root ( great remedy In the far west f»r those complaints combined with simple herbs, and is made for us 'jj pouring on boiling water to draw ont th strength. It sells at 50 eents a package and i calledLane's Family Medicine. Sample free, leoc i-nm ale an* Mvpr Hill- These Pills are sclntlncally compounded, an uniform In action. No griping pnla so common! following the MS of Pills, Thry are adadted t both adults and children with perfect safety. ' W guarantee they have no equal in the eure ef Sick Headache, Constipation, Dyspepsia and Biliousness; and. as an appetizer, ther «ceel apr otlie preparation. JanMdftWlj Burlinxtnn Koute— Bnt One Night to Denver. "The Burlington's Number One' 1 dailj' vestibule express leaves Chicago at 1 p. in., and arrives at Denver at 6:30 p. m. the next day. Quicker time than by any other route. Di rect connection with, this train from Peoria. Additional express trains, making as quick time as those of any other road, from Chicago, St. Louis and Peoria to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Cheyenne, Denvisr, Atchiuson, Kansas City, Houston, and all points West, Northwest and Southwest. inaySdSt A Model Uailway. The Burlington Route, C., B. & Q. Railway, operates 7, 000 miles of road, with termini in Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and Denver. For speed, safety, comfort, equipment, track, and efficient ser vice it has no equal. The Burlington gains new patrons, but loses none. maySdGt If you want a beautiful black leghorn hat, go to Mrs. Briggs, 312 Market street, over Flanegin & Crismond's. mayldBtwlt AN impressive incident occurrec during a recent sermon in Atlanta. Tho preacher was eloquent and earn eat, and the audience were listening in rapt attention. Suddenly an awfa peal of thunder smote upon all ears and for a moment it looked as if a panic was imminent. But i,i an instant thi minister closed the book and said "When God speaks, man should be silent!" and tho congregation was hn mediately calmed. A DANISH expedition to Greenlam will start next summer, intending to spend two years in the arctic regions The expedition is to consist of nin< members, under Navy Lieutenant By der, provided -fcith three strong boat and mimerous pledges and dogs. Dur ing the summers they will explore the region between GC degases and 73 de grees north, »nd in the winters the; will push into tLe interior on sledges while they finafly hope to get down t< the east coast and meet a steamer to bring them home. A TOUNO lady journalist in London who was seeting admission to tho re porters' gallery in the House of Com tnoaa, scored an important point in (ecuring the admission from the Speaker, through Mr. Bradlaugli. t \here was no .law or order forbidding the admission of women to the gallery She has shown so much pluck in push ing her claim that she has received four requests for "interviews" in the inter est of other journals, one request for her portrait for publication, and on« offer of marriage. MADE. Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United States Goverment. Endorsed byjjthe heads of the Great Universities as tbe Strongest, Purest and Most Healthful. Dr. Price's Uroain Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Limeor Alum. Sold only in Cans 1 Price BaKing Powder Co. New York. Chicago. St. Louis.SanFrancisc Pont spoil your Feet with CHEAP SHOES? See that EVERY PAIR is STAMFEO THE BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Don't allow YOUR dealer to palm off any substitute for the "Korrect Shape," as vie have arranged te supply any one In the. United States who cannot get these goods of OUR agents, and prepay all delivery charges, thus bringing them to your door without extra cost The Burlc & Packard ''Korrect Shape" Shoes are made In four grades, viz., Hand-made, Uand-welt, Burtwelt and Machine Sewed, which Is stamped on the sole in addition to our trade-mails above Our agents should carry all grades In Congress, Button and Bal for Gent's, Boys and Youths. PACKARD & FIELD (Sucsessors toBurUA Packard), Brockton, Mass. OTTO A. KR AUS, SJ r( 5S5S & LOGANSPORT PKINOE VICTOR NAPOLEON ha:i just come into possession of a number of interesting relics of the first Napoleon. They comprise the red velvet tobc which the First Consul wore on gio:ii occasions, notably during the "Te Deum" sung at Xotre Dame in honoi of the concordat; the saddle anc'i holster used by the Emperor at Austerlitz; the cashmere girdle worn by Napoleon at the battle of the Pyramids; a cane chair from St. Helena the cup, tea-pot, saucer and candlestick used in the bed-chamber of the dying exile, as well as the shoe' and pillow of his death-bed; the hand kerchief he used in his last moments to •vipe his face, and the case of mathe matical instruments he always carried Not a Pimple on Baby Baby one year old. Bad with Eczema Hairallgone. Scalp covered with eruptions. Cured by Culicura. Hair splendid and not a piinplt on him. Cured by Cutieura I cannot say enough in praise of tho Cotleiir Remedies. Ify boy. when one year of ago. was >• bad nlth eczema that he lost all of his hair, Hi scalp was covered with erupti-ma, which the do. tors said was scull-head, nud that his hair won never grow again. Despairing of a cure froi physicians. I began tbe use of the Cutieura R«m< dies, and, I am happy to say, with the most pe Feet sue ess. • His hair Is now splendid, and the; Is not plmule on him. I recommend th« Cutlcur Remedies to mothers us the most speed?, econcii leal, and sure cure for all skin diseases of Infttm and children, nnd fe«l that evi»ry mother who hi an afflicted child will thank me lor so dolne. Mrs. M. E. WOODSUM, Norway, Me. Fever Sore Eight Years I must extend to yon the thanks of one of m- dustomers, who has been cured by using the Cut! cura Remedies, of on old sore, caused by a loin 9 pell of sickness or fever eight years ago. He wn so bad he was fearful he would have to hare hi: leg umputatfd, but he Is happy to say he Is no- nutirely well,—sound as a dollar. Herequests m to use his name, which Is H. a. Cason, merchan JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist, Gatnesboro, Term. We ha?e been selling yonr Cutieura Eemedie lor years, and have the first complaint yet to re oclve frem a purchaser. One of thf worst cases u scrofula T ^w'r ""w wan mr»«* by Nifm. TAYLOR A TATLOR, Frankfort, Kan. Cutieura ResblventI The new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest an best of Humor Remedies, internally, and omicur; thegreat skin Onre. ami CutluuraSoap an exquMI Skin Beautiller, externally, speedily, permnnnnti and economically rare every disease and humor o the skin, scalp, and blood, with los» of hail whether itching, burning, scaly, pimply, scro tons, or hereditary, when all ether remedies fal Sold everywhere. Price, Cutlcura, 50c.; Soai i6e.; Reuolvent, $1. Prepared by the Potter Dm ;ind Chemical Corporation, Boston. ij^Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 6 pages, 60 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. T"> A T3\/'O Skin and scalp preserved and beau- D A 1) I O tmed by CrmcuKA SOAP. Absolutely pore. EVERY MUSCLE ACHES Sharp Aches, Dull Paine, Strains, an< Weaknesses Relif ted In OaeMlnute by the Cutlcura Anti-Pain Plaster. The ,u-di luiU . uuiy ai*t<iuuuittous pain, itrBUgthealuK plaitK. 96 eentn. TOMACKINAC SUMMER TOURS. PALACE STEAMERS. Low RATE». Poor Trips per Wfi»t Between DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND , The 800. Marquette, i*afco Heron Ports. Every Evening 1 Between DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Saadty Tripe durin* Jane, Jalj, Augm U)4 September Cot;. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, Kites and Excursion Tickets will b. farnlihrt by your Ticket As*nt, or .tlrtrniM E. B. WHITCOMB, O. P. A., Drraorr, MMH., TI!E DETROIT « CLEVELAND STEAM NAtf. M. TARIFF LITERATURE FOR ALL The AMERICAN PROTECTIVE TA BIFF LBAGOS Is publishing a most valuable series of Tariff documents. These are prepared with a view to state the facts and arguments for Protection,- whether in the interest of farmers, laborers, merchants or professional men. Each Issue of the series appeals to tlioee ea- gngcd in separate industries, and presents indisputable facts — comparisons of mures, cost of living, and other arguments showing the bcneflts of Protection. Any single one will be sent on receipt of 2 cents in stamps except " Wages, Living and Tariff," which will be sent for 4 cents. The whole list will be sent for 30 cents or any twelve lor 20 cents, or any five for 10 cents, postage paid. Order by number, No. Fju 1— " Wages, Living and Tariff." B. A. Hnn» KOBH. ., ........... .......... i i i'V 3— "The Advantages of a Protective Ttoiff"*i» the Labor and Industrie] of the United States." First Prize Essay, 1837. Cuw- FOHDD. HHXNUTO.. .................... _... tome Production Indispensable to a &KP- - ply, at Low Prices, of the Mmnu£ACtHfe4 Commodities required for the People ac the doited states, and Adequate Bom* Production of these Oommodltlo Impossible without a Protective TwUC." not Prize E«s«r, 1888. C. D. TOBD.... .... XE 4—"What«reKowlUterl»l«? WouldFncBnr Materials be Advantageous to the Labor aad Industrie* of the United State*." Flrat Prize Enar, 1889. Bom B. Vmma. tt S— "Fallacies of Free-Trade." K. f, Haam... tt B—"Some Views on the Tariff by an Old D*a- neflsMan." GKO. DBAPEB.... • 7—"The ProtectlTeTaruT: It> AdruiUgMfor thoSouth." C. L. KDW.UUW.......; * S— "The Wool Interest." JcdgeWa. LAWRBK& 94 0—"Protection vt. Fret-Trade."—A Binorteat Review. D. a. HJJUUXAH 10 10—"The Farmer and the TarUT" COLTBMUS H. DUDLEY ,. tf 11—- Protection ai a Public Policy." Oxtaatt. BOUTWEUh. ... 16 12—"Reply to tbe President'sFMe-Trade Mav sawe." B. P. POBTKB. -..* 13—"Workingmeo and the Tariff." „.. 14-"The Vital QucsUon: Shall American ladw- trlei be Abandoned and American Markets Surrendered? -' 16~Sanib in German, with Addition lo-"The ProgreM of One Hundred Tear*" ROBERT P. POBTI» IT— "Protection for American Shipping."._. 18-"TIMS Tariff Not a Tax." HoraiB, BOTH. . 10—" Why Irishmen Should Be Procectioniatt.," 80-"Protection." E. H. AJOODOWX Si—" What IB a Tariff ? " AMwert to a Wwfclar man's Question ................... ...,. "The American Wool Industry." K.H.A»f *Tbe AmBiosjf BOOB-OMIIT. mofcfr dUeuafknof all pbuMof IbeTu-II ayear. Sampleeopleftfree. A<" ttcttv. turS Leapw, M W.I

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