Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 5, 1892 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 5, 1892
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Sold and Warranted by GROCERS. JAMS REMEDY 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 for sale by the following grocers in the county B. C. D. Read, Logansport. Wm. M. Kreicler &Sons, " J. J. Rothcmel, 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 Meehac, ' 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 bottle waranted cure or benefit or the money returned. If Barytes and other adulterants of White Lead are just as good as Strictly Pure White Lead why is it that all the bogus and adulterated white leads are always branded "Pure," or "Strictly Pure White Lead ?" No one ever puts a misleading brand on an article of merchandise, unless he wants to "work off" an inferior for a better. This Barytes or Baryta, is a heavy white powder, worthless as paint; costing only_ about one cent per pound and is used to adulterate and cheapen the rr.ixture. No one ever adulterates white lead with an article costing more than Lead. If you purchase any of the following brands you are sure of having strictly pure white lead — ANCHOR (Cincinnati) ARMSTRONG £ McKELVY (Pittsburgh) 3EYMES-3AUMAN (Pittsburgh) COLLIER (Si. Louis) CORNELL (Buffalo) DAVIS-CHAMBERS (Pittsburgh) ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) FAKMESTOCK (Pittsburgh) MOSLEY (Cleveland) KED SEAL (St. Louis) KIIIPMftK (Chicago) IS.VjTHKRN (St. Louis and Chicago) T-.^.ss brands of strictly pure White ?',• .vi ind the National Lead Co.'sTint- in;; Cnlnrs are for sale by the best ;r:;:M."3 in naints everywhere. ,. - , : :• v r nini; to paint, it will pay you to t-.. i -.... ,:r. jar a took containing information ', • ;• L -:••/ •*:'.'•' you many a dollar; it will i-.i.'j ' • : v.r.i JL. postal card to do so. ., \~IQNAl. LEAD CO., Cincinnati Branch, CINCINNATI, OHIO, W.E. Gen. Aot. for M. and HI. AGENTS WASTED. J. W. Henderson & Sons -UASH'FACTUKEBS OP ftND UPHOLSTERERS, No. 320 Fourfli Street, LOGANSPORT, IND. -FACTORY:— Nos. 5,7 ana 9 Film street. 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, F. M. BOZER, D, D. S. DENTIST. Oflloo Over Stale Xutioiial Bunk, Corner of Jfourth and Broadway. To all needing persons pumps: I desiro to call attention to my fino and varied stock 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 tbe best of trimmings raakiag thorn easy to handle, insuring durability, preventing need of rapair. Call and see me at factor v. A. N. PARKHURST, 209 Sixth Street. Logansport, Ind., Sept. S, 1892. This is to certity that the .Agricultural Insurance Company of New York, S. II. Closson, Agent, has paid my loss In full and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co", to all my Mends. P. F. DUNX. DAILY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING OCT. 5. P fTraao nark.) -«-^ • & Jr • KID GLOVES II yon cacnot get these gloves fro oar dealer notuy tho manufacturers, Plnsi & Pinner, SS4 .ind SS6 Broadway, Kew YorX, and they will see KmtjongettUetn Kpnvfin 1'his old and remarkably successlul & •* school provides thorough preparntum M llltarV for Colk-go or Business, aim careiul sii- . . J perrision of health, habits ana muti- ACSUBn;y ncrs. i'or lllustrat. catalogue address, UAMisiKii'. Pino. LAWBKXCK Kcsr. m-.p.. Itixiur. H&rCOUrt i"or young ladies <i»d filrls. Foundol Place r. scnool of rho V«O" highest for . ^lissAiuI. AYSB,u-*.. r Princi,pct c . . .. Pupils from twenty-one states, seminary ™t«iogae, address, New dress goods at the Golden Rule. Attend the Bee Hive's cloak exhibition. Admsssioa to races this week, only 25 cents. Remember Anderson & Rans 1 new shoe store. Republican speaking at the rink this evening. Full sets of the best teeth for §8, at Clark's, the dentist. Attend the Gilt Edge Club dance at McCaffrey's hall to-morrow evening. Lost—A valuable ruby breast pin. Finder please call at 715 North street. The only place for gold crown and bridge work, at Clark's, the dentist. Cotton flannels, wool flannels and blankets. Now is your chance, at tbe Trade Palace. Dr. F. M. Bozer has removed his dental rooms to the front rooms, second floor, State National Bank Building. Dr. A. G. Miller, of South. Bend, will be at the Murdock House, Thursday and Friday of this week. Consultation free. Wanted, at once—A good girl, good, wages and small family. Apply to Mrs. D. A. Borges, Xo. 12 Columbia street. North Side. Wanted—Three hundred yards . of boulders, 4 to S inches in diameter, Cincinnati inspection, at once.—Wm. C. Bowker, contractor, Elwood. Ind. If you really like to save money you should kindly keep in mind that Anderson & Rans are selling new shoes •25 per cent, lower than other dealers. Lost—A leather pocket book con- talcing $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. RAILROAD RCTBLDiGS. Item* from tbe Note-Book or Oar Reporter—Points Per- sonal and OiJier^viae. C. F. Sissler, train master of Wabash, was in the city yesterday. The Brotherhood of Railway Track Foremen are in session in Kansas City. Jesse Brosier, Pan Handle yardmaster at Chicago, is in the city visiting his parents. Fred Merle, of the Pan Handle machine shop, was visiting friends in Peru yesterday and Monday. Pan Handle engineer J. H. Reeves and B. B. Ide and fireman John Mitchell are marked off sick. A. J. Spurr, travelling passenger agent of the C. B. & Q. was in the city yesterday drumming up business for his road. A solid train load of cement and other merchandise was turned over by the Pan Handle to the Wabash yesterday morning. Phillip Rehm the Pan Handle machinist has returned to work after an absence of several days caused by getting a piece of steel in one of his e}es. A Pan Handle engineer whose run is between here and Indianapolis stated yesterday that work on the I. C. & K. road was begun Monday near the city limits of Indianapolis. Owen Hickey, a Wabash section foreman, died at Lafayette Monday afternoon a victim of heari disease. He was holding a chisel with which to cut a rail when death struck him. On account of the disablement Monday night of engineer Will Newpher the engine was given in charge of fireman Will Cassell and fireman Nels Stevenson deadheaded, to Kouts to finish the trip. In the month, of September 822 employees on the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg became members of the Pennsylvania Voluntary Relief Association, making 1,628 since Aug 1, 1892. Fully 70 per cent, of the employes of tbe Indianapolis and Chicago division are now members o the organization. The new passenger engines of the Vandalia are to be equipped with th National electric headlight. In speaking of these engines the Pitts burg Post says they are the fines and heaviest passenger engines ever turned out at tbe Pittsburg locomotiv works. They weigh 136,000 pounds are of tbe ten-wheel type and hav seventy-two-inch driving wheels. Frank Hankee the Pan HandL pattern maker has returned from a trip to Cincinnati. While on his way home Sunday he had the misfortune to fall asleep and was carried up to Geb hart when the conductor awoke him and asked him for his ticket. The train was slowed up and Frank came home on a freight train. David Raidy, an engineer on the limited trains on the Ft. Wayne roac came over the Pan Handle yesterday stopping here to visit his friends Thos. Welch, Jerry McCarty and John O'Leary. He went from here to Chicago to return on his route via the C. B. & Q. Dave-is one of the oldest men in the service of the Pennsylvania company, getting his start out of Logansport. He had not been back to the city of Bridges since his departure 38'years ago. Engineer Wm. Newpher is laid up at his home in this city on account of a serious accident which befell him at Kouts Monday night. He left his engine to make a coupling, hoping to help catch up lost time and was caught between the cars and badly pinched. It is feared that he has sustained internal injuries which may lay him up for some time. His chest and abdomen are both badly effected by tbe squeeze and he is far from being a sound man. However, it is thought, and hoped, that his injuries are not serious. The railroad postal clerks are moving for the purpose of inducing the Government to give them safer cars than the ones they are now obliged to work in,, which are almost immediately broken into splinters when an accident of any moment occurs to the train. The situation of the postal car next the engine or baggage car exposes its inmates to the greatest danger of any persons on the train. When sleeping cars go through collisions and the occupants escape all injury, the postal clerks argue, that the cars in which they work ought to be made as safe as the sleepers. The clerks ask that tbe cars they occupy shall be made of material that will not splinter in a slight crash, and then burn them to death. A device by which cold engines can be heated in from 30 to 40 minutes was yesterday tried for the first time in the Pan Handle round house and proved to be successful. A rubber hose is connected at one end.with the feed pipe of a hot engine and tbe other with the blower pipe of the locomotive to be heated. After the fire is built the steam la turned on by means of the injector throttle of the warm engine, thus causing an artificial draught in the firebox of the cold engine fanning the fire and causing the steam to rise rapidly. By this means it is said an engine which has just been washed out and must necessarily be cold can be heated in little less than half an hour while by the ordLnars process it takes from two to three hours to get enough steam on that she can move herself. The device comes very handy just no\v when engines are scarce and the company cannot afford to.let them stand long in the round house. SHORT ON PORK. Tliomas .T.Rousch Former!}' of TliiS City CdU-ies a Sensation i« Whenever the fates make the water hot Thomas Jefferson Rousch is on hand to fall into it. He is not in his normal condition unless there is something on. Tbe Chicago Board of Trade has been paralyzed by the arrest of two of its prominent members on the charge of cornering the spare rib market and on investigation it was learned that Thomas Jefferson Rousch was the complainant. How much he lost is not statoa but il seems that Tom. in attempting to lay in too large a supply of spare-ribs for winter use, was badly squeezed. The Chicago papers give the matter a good deal of pace. The Times says: Where was he at? This was the fading Question in board of trade circles yesterday from the hour the Srst broker reached the curb until the .ast office around the big building was losed for the night. Tbe last man who asked the question was no nearer an answer than the first one. The man every one wanted to Iind and that no one overheard of before is Thomas J. Rousch. Who is he? Where is he? What is he? Whose tool or fool is he? The Sunday Times contained the surprising story of the arrest of Wright and Cudahy on warrants sworn out by this mysterious Mr. Rousoh. The traders smiled when they heard of tbe charge of conspiracy. The whole thing became more of a farce to them when Rouscb failed, to materialize yesterday. The idea of a nobody dragging reputable gentlemen into court was very distasteful to the traders' ideas of fair play. A member who has held high office on the board and is always respected for what he says voiced the sentiment on 'change yesterday by saying: "I am opposed to corners. I am no friend of the man who will wreck weaker traders to make a fortune. I am for the plain law in the case every time when there is trouble. " "But this makes me sick. Certain traders undertook to force Wright and others to liquidate. They stood by their guns or rather their short ribs. The fellow who tried to depress the market sold what they did not have. Now they cannot get it back except at a great loss. If Mr. Rousch is a man let him take his medicine. If he is the figurehead of one of the large fellows that got caught he is less than a man and is in the employ of a sneak. "I predict that he will not show bis face. He probably got out those warrants to intimidate somebody. I never spoke to Mr. Wright in my life, but I hope he will go on and dispose of his ribs and make the big fellow Pay up." . The Groendlcr-Spence XCusIcal and Dramatic Company. Will appear at Dclan's opera house next Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G-ruendler do not need an introduction nor recommend at our hands to our music loving people. They are too well and favorably known here. They have at various times in the past giveu proof of their eminent talents. Mrs. Anna Salin Spence a member of the company is admitted one of the foremost artists in-her speciality. Chicago critics are a unit in giving her place as one of very best and predict a bright future : or her. Manager Edwin Stuart, well mown for his never tiring efforts, to give Logansport's people first ciass entertainments has considerable diffi- jultv been able to secure this first ilass attraction. Pension*. Prompt attention given all claims 'or pension, increase of pension, bounty or any other war claims. Patent solicitors and general U. S. claim agents—20 years experience. Address or call. BAEBOX & WALTERS, Johnson Block. PUREST. MOST RELIABLE. Ij old kmg <£Ie % n/erry old soul, Had lived 117 t^is^reaCqgeoJolin HeWould Recalled jorBULL DURHAM To snpKe i^ fyis pipe, === been qerrier Under its powers. Thousands of Smokers The Millionaire in his palace, The Laborer in his.cottage, The Swell on the street, The Sailor on his ship, Comfort-lovers everywhere, Prefer Bull Durham. Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.,. DURHAM, N. C. Thompson Lumber Co. They will take your Contract to complete your work at lowest prices. Street Real List o£ transfers or Ciiss county reported Wlpperman abstracters veyancers mid notaries real estate In by Dodds & ol titles, con- public. Insurance and loan agents, titles to real estate examined and defective titles perfected. Money to loan at lowest rates. Oflice 20G Fourth street directly opposite Court House. Losansport. 1'nd. Meenali Simpson iind linsb to Jos. Mollqueand wife lots subdlots 11, 12, 13.28.20, JO In subd ........................ S 33000 Christie F. Gibson and iiusb to D. J?. Baldwin e y. lot2'J sin TIpton add ...... 2003 00 D. P. Baldwin and wife to E P. Klcha son and wife e 1/2 31) sw Tlpt add ......... 2000 00 Allen Obenckaln and wife to Elder >'. Obenchaln undivided n V 1 f r'l nw i, ; > sec33 Adama-tp ................................ S230 00 G, B. "Williamson and wli!e to Harvey A. Brown lot 74 La Rose 2d add ............... 1100 CO Willis Graham and wife to Kmnja Johnston lotGHusb add ........................... 350000 Marlon K. Beckner and wife to S. P. Bevlnston n Vj lot 20 0 P Galveston ... -125 00 Harry Torr auditor to D. P. Baldwins frac se y sec ittl Clay tp 15 4 e a ............ 5-1 G3 Jno C. Reese and wife to W. F. Stiger and wife w 14 ne Vi sec 13 Clinton tp... 2600 00 Rosa M. Shepherd and husb to Geo. A. Harness Jr. e i/s sw sec 35 Deer Creek tp ..................................................... . . 10.0 00 Elizabeth Seattle to Kobt Seattle e ^ sw i,i sw 14 sec 4 Beth tp .................... 200 00 Six mortgages filed aggregating ......... 1877 00 STATE OF OHIO. Crrr OF TOLEDO. ) „ LUCAS COUNTY, >' " a J. CHt.si.i makes oath that he Is the enior partner of tbe firm of F. J. Cheney" & Co.. .olng business in the City of Toledo, County and tate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN'DB'EK DOLLAES for each and very case of CATARRH that cannot be cured by he use of HALL'S CATARRH CUKE. FRANK J. CEETS-ET. Sworn to before rne and subscribed In my pres- nee, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1S86. A. W. GLEASOX, I SEAL Notary Public. Hill's Catarrh Core is taken Internally and acts directly on the blojd and mncons snrfaoes of the ystem. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHZSX1, Tol«do, 0. E3i-Sold by Druggist, Toe. To Loan, 5,000 to $20,000 at 7 per cent, inter- ,st on business property. Apply to W. D.PKATT. Desires to Bear Testimony. Henry Thome, Traveling Secretary of the YM. C. A., writes from Exeter Hall, Strand.London February 2d 188S: "I desire to bear my testimony to the value of ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTZHS, I have used them for pains In. the back and side arising from rheu" matic and other causes never without deriving benellt from their application. They are easily applied and very comforting. Those engaged as I am In public work which involves exposure to fiuddeo changes of temperature, will do well to keep a supply of AMXOCK'S POKOCS PLASTERS in their portmanteaus." Kia'ise's Headache Capsules—Warranted, at B. F. Keesling's and J. L. Hanson's. OMAHA. Neb., May 5. 1891. I have tried a great many remedies for headache, and Krause's headache Capsules knock it quicker than any thing I ever tried. D. W. MC\'EA. Sold by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson, druggists. A Ornzsist Talkn. Will F. Crawford, druggist at Des Moines, Iowa, says it is remarkable the way Cubeb Cough Cure sells, that his customers speak of it in the highest terms of praise. One man in particular who has been troubled with bronchitis for years, never found any relief until he used tbe Cubeb Cough Cure. Ho says it stops it at once. He does not hesitate to recommend it for all throat and lung troubles. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. ROYAL REWARD FOR AN ANSWER. What Is tho exact date- of Goorgo ing-ton's appointment as commander oC tftajv American forces 7 '.'.').,• hui.ic .J,:uci will p-ivo tm entrant Cbickan- .n<r nurc-.oned. upright pinnoto tho Orstpec- sou answurinjf the above question correctly; two first-club's round-trip railroad ticlrota to Cbicasro and roturn and admission tickets foc- twoto»Vorltrs Fuiv grounds to witness dO<H-< ' ciition of bviildinffs October 21,1S'J2,1'or each ot next two correct answers: u (rold decorated China dinner eot for the fourth correct ii[:s\ver. An additional special prize, a beautiful pair of (,'old and pearl opera glasses, will bo given for tho first correct answer from each state. Each person misvrerlag- must send fifteen two-coat stamps for 6 mos. subscription to The Hume Jewel, tho aiustrated family papee containing particulars cf our prize cornpctt tlon for a freo trip to California Or Florida.. Tho object of offering those prizes ia to increase tho circulation of this excellent f nmily paper. Send to-day and you may secure K costly prize. Names ot all prizo-winners 1*. October number. Write plainly name, port.' office, express office, county and state. dress The Borne Jewel, Suite 601, Chicago, 111. < LICHTY, Des Moines, Iowa. Dear Sir—A box of headache Capsules were handed to me and I have used them with perfect success. They cannot be recommended too highly. Could not possibly do without them in my house. I recommend them to sufferers with this common, though terrible complaint. J. Essixc, Kalamazoo, Mich. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Cubeb Cough Cure—one minute. .For sale by B. F. Keeallng and J. L Hanson. Eipans TaboJes wire dyspepsfc- Goods looks are more than skin depending upon a healthy condition of ail 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 Hopclows, Yet Saved. Form a letter written by Mrs. Ada, E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: 1 'Was taken with a bad cold, which. settled ou my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consu nption. 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. Jung's New Discovery, for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles; it has cured me, a.nd thank God J am now a weli and hearty woman."' Trial bottles "free at B. F. Keesling's drugstore, regular size, 50c. and $1. BueJ£j«i>»* Arnica J*an»». The best salve in tbeworM for cute- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rbeuzn fever sores, tetter, chapped band* , chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is jruarx^wied to-give perfect satisfaction, r- money refunded. T7?ce 25 cents pe- * IT. For sale by B. F. Keesling. For Over Fifty Year*. Ax OLD A>T> WELL-THIED EEMZDT.— Mrs. Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup iM been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their childrea while teething, with, perfect success.. It soothes the child softens the gum*,' allays all t>ain cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea- Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by drag- gists in every part of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp, and take no other kind.

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