Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 12, 1892 · Page 3
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Sold and Warranted by GROCERS, 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. Kreider &Sons, " 1 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, " Gco. Moriarty. F. W. Kline, Maurer & Schilling, Hiram Harvey & Son, Royal Center. N. E. Day, J. H. Phillapa, Galveston. Every bottle war-anted euro or benefit r tho money returned. W. E. WINCHESTER, Gen. Agt for Infl. and 111. AGENTS enderson & Sons* 3IATSDFACTCKEKS OI' FURNITURE, 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 mixture. 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) BEYMER-BAUMAN (Pittsburgh) COLLIER (St. .Louis) CORNELL (Buffalo) DAVIS-CHAMBERS (Pittsburgh) ECKSTEIN (Cincinnati) ?Ar<NESTOCK (Pittsburgh) -MOSLEY (Cleveland) ~'.:D SEAL (St. Louis) oTHPMAN (Chicago) '.:O;:THF.RN (St. LOUIS and Chicago) These brands of strictly pure White Lc?.d ?.r,d the National Lead Co.'sTint- ;P.^ Colors are for sale by the best ; ii:'.:r.-/2 in paints everywhere. ' I. r y.v.. arc; troinfj to paint, it will pay you to v '< : to '.'.a far r. book containing information •-'.!"'- ::•?.;• cave you many a dollar; it will o::;y ,-^:>' you a postal card to do so. NATIONAL LEAD CO., Cincinnati Branch, CINCINNATI, OHIO. EilLEGAD ROCBLDfGS. flND No. 320 Fourth Street, LOGANSPORT, IND. -FACTORY:Nos. 5,7 ana 9 Fifth Street. To all persons needing pumps: I desire to call attention to my fine and varied stock consisting of .my My improved Sione Cylinder, Porcelain Lined Cylinder, Polished Iron Cylinder, Common Wood. Also cistern pumps at lowest prices. These pumps are fitted with tho best of trimmings making- them easy to han- ille, insuring 1 durability, preventing 1 need of repair. Call and see mo at fac- :os-v. A. N. PAKKHUKST, 209 Sixth Street. P (Trade Hark.) y*j • & Ho KID GLOVES EEL RIVER CATARRH CURE. Can be had at the following drug stores: B. FISHER, D. E. PRYOR, B. F. KEESLING. JOHNSTON BROS., J. F. COULSON -& CO. H. C. PURCELL, 321 Fourth Street. F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over State Xationul Bank, Cor- i?er of Fourth ami Broadway. LogausporC, Ind., Sept. S, 1892. Tills is to certify tliat the Agricultural Insurance Companj o* New York, S. M. Closson, Agent, has paid my loss In full and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co. to all ray friends. P. F. DUNN. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MOKNING OCT. 12. Call at John Schriefer's 224 Market street, for Toledo Pilsner beer. Wanted—Girl to do housework at H. Larimer's, 519 North street. | Our dress goods department is not equaled in tho State.-—P. W. Moore. | Mackintosh coats, double and single j texture, at the Fashion store of P. W. Moore's. Judge 'William Johnston addressed a large audience at Nevr Waverly last evening. Item* from tbe Note-Book of Our Itallivay Reporter—Points Per- The Wabash sold fifty tickets to Peru yesterday. Ed Raidy trainmaster of the Vandalia was in the city yssterday morning. A car load of fine horses were yesterday transferred from the Pan Handle to the Wabash. Will McNitt of the Pennsylvania passenger station made a flying trip to Walton yesterday. Pan Handle fireman J. A. Beal went to PIttsburg this morning in the interest of the B. of L. F. Pan Handle engineer Harry Longabaugh who has been off duty for some time resumed work yesterday. Geo. T. Cockburn assistant foreman of the Pan Handle car shop has resumed work after a months vacation. C. W- Burgman of the Pan Handle machine shop was off duty yesterday on account of the Campbell-Gorman wedding. The annual meeting of the surgeons of the Pennsylvania road west of Pittsburg, was held in the parlors of the Randall House at Fort Wayne yesterday. S. H. Beaullieu who resigned his position as engineer on the Pan Handle about a week ago has accepted similar employment on the Chicago Elevated road. I Wabash conductor Geo. Norton -vas j not discharged as stated by an even' ing paper a day or two ago but was i suspended for thirty days on account of some trivial violation of the rules. TheB. & 0. trains have been taken off the Pan Handle timecard, the road running in to Chicago over their own tracks now. They have until now used the Pan Handle from Beverly junction to Chicago. Pan Handle passenger train No. 10 was run in three sections this morning the two last sections going to Marion and Union City respectively. Returning they will go to Peru over the L. E. & W. by way of Bunker Hill on account of the barbecue. George T. Lamborn, of the Pan Handle freight car shop, returned yesterday from Washington and the East. During his stay which lasted nearly a month, he visited at Gettysburg and several other battlefields where he had fought. He enjoved his trip very much. The laying of the sewers under the platform in front of the Pennsylvania station together with the laying of a new platform has caused no little inconvenience at that busy point for the past ten days, but such improvements are for good and the people are glad to bear with a little temporary inconvenience for the good that will come later. The almost unprecedented fine weather of the past and present month has been of great value to the railroads, not only in the operating of them, but as affording ample opportunity to place roadbeds in thoroghly good condition for the winter. All of the roads will go into the winter with roadbeds and tracks in better condition than in any winter in their history. Pan Handle engineer Harry St. Clair is lying sick at his home in the East End. While at English Lake last week for a few days outing he was taken sick with malarial fever and-had to return home a few days ago. Whe,o he arrived here ho was so weak that he could not walk and* was conveyed home in a carriage. Since then he has greatly improved bow- ever, and is able to sit up. It is to be hoped that in a few days ho will be j to the Pendleton shops for repairs Going down Hagerstown hill at a high rate of speed one of the drivers of the locomotive came off and was hurled with such force against a house standing near the track as to completely demolish it. The engine was turn up so badly that she looked like a scrap pile. The wonder is that no damage resulted to the train and injury to the crew. It will be remembered that Conductor Case and several others lost their lives at this place a couple of years ago. A serious wreck occurred on the Detroit and Chicago branch of the Wabasb. road Friday night, but the officials with characteristic energy succeeded in suppressing its publication, although six people were more or less seriously hurt. The train plunged into an open switch at Hammond, Ind. Engineer Robt. Mitchell and Fireman James Kelsall were probably fatally injured. The iniur- .es of the others are not serious. It is with deep regret that Mr. Mitchell's friends in this city will learn of his accident and it is to be hoped that his hances for life are better than they are reported to he. The injured engineer was for a number of years a resident of Logansport, residing on west Broadway. He is one of the oldest .nd best known men in his line of ervice on the .road. The reception given last evening by he railroad branch of the Y. M, C. A. vas another of those brilliant affairs m account of which the association is •o justly becoming famous. Early in he evening 1 the invited guests began locking in until the large and spacious building was full to overflowing and landing room was at ;i premium. ?he reception was an informal affair and was largely given over to chatting ind social intercourse interspersed vith music. The Bridge City Mandolin orchestra gave one of their musical selections, followed by a song by Miss Jennie Anderson. A piano duet by ...the Misses Nora Gates and Ida Ferguson \vas next rendered and elicited great applause. Next followed a cornet solo by Miss Grace Winklebleck whereupon Mr. C. W. Graves financial secretary read his report of the income and expenditures of the association. Miss Frances Lux next delighted the audience with a fine vocal selection and was followed by[a recitation by Miss Sidelia Starr. Secretary Gibson made a few remarks regarding the object and principles of the organization and the entertainment was concluded by another selection by the Mandolin Orchestra. Hereupon refreshments were announced, a bountiful supply of which was served by the ladies. Mmes. Jno. Truman. K. W. Pierce, J. W. Fairman and Harry St. Clair especially are to be commended for their efforts in securing an abundance of delicacies, as they constituted themselves a committee to canvass the wives of members for edibles. That their undertaking was successful was evident by the spread as regards both quantity and quality. Mr. John McCollough acted as chairman of the meeting and acquitted himself very creditably. A regreta- ble feature of the affair was that Conductor Jas. Burwick was called to the West Side by the illness of his father who it was reported had received a stroke of paralysis. It is to be hoped tbat the condition of the aged patient is not serious. The Tariff Hss cot raised the price on Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco. There are many other brands, each represented by some interested person to be "just as good as the BULL DURHAM." They are not; but like all counterfeits, they each lack the peculiar and attractive qualities of the genuine. every bag- BLACKWELL/S for the protection of DURHAM TOBACCO CO. the smoker. DURHAM, N.C. 6 a, German is different from many who try to imitate this character inasmuch as he never exaggerates or degrades ihe German, on the contrary, a j German citizen will witness it with! laughter and'pride, laughter, at tho many blunders and misfortunes of the emigrant unacquainted with our language. \vay,s and custom?, and pride, at the heroic, manly qualities of the loyal Gerraar. lad, that the unwinding of the plot calls forth. We can safely promise ull theatre goers a treat Thursday. Buy a reserved seat and avoid the crowd. STATE OF Onio. CITY OF TOLEDO. ) „ LtCAS COCNTY, J ••'• FKANK",!. CHENEY makes oath th;it lie Is the sontT partner ot the linn o" F. J. Cheney & Co.. iloUis business in tho City or Toledo, County :md State aforesaid, find thfit said linn will pay tuo> sum of ONU HUNDRKD DOLLARS lor eac.li and every case ot CATAIUUI that cannot be cured by the use, ol HALL'S CATAKBH Cunt- VKA >"K J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me ami subser; ''tdln my ures- ence. this fltli day of Besember. J \J 1SSG. •~»-~ A. W, Cl 4-SON, | SEAL | Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern*. Uy and acts directly on tne blojd and mucous surfaces o£ tlie system. Send tor test! monUils, five. F. J. CHEXES 1 , Toledo, 0. £3?-Sold by Druggist, 75c. FREE TO CHICAGO, THE iTAGNIFICENT. For lion- lorur, after the flrst reading of ttam Declaration or Independence, was tho oI4 "Liberty Cell" runs? .-..-:.,••. ••>•••• MHI sivoRTi p'.rmint ChieSeN ., : - ...- .-.. .^. u ..: uit-rrnr I'hino *<"> tho lh>£ per- tor ihocil! i.k'lirts to issiou tlcki'IS for to \vjtn-.-ss <Jodl- i. 1?!G. for ciich OC ;i £oM decorntod i'ourUi correct A:: ::iiuiu'onii! Tcclr.j prize. ;i beautiful pair c!' j.-o\; ami |)-.-:.;J oix-ra priassos, will I>c given ]"o'ti:r Hi-;: correct lir.s^'er from each SSUO. Eiic-.h )i.-,von iinswi-riojf must sona flt'teoa two-L-^iir. stumps for G mos. subscription to The Hum* Jewel, tho illustr.-itocl latclly paper oouuiiniu;? paitJculors of our prize, cotapott lion tor u fvco trip to California or Tlorida. Tho object of offering tho:;o prizes is to Increase the circulation of this osccllont family paj>er. Send totlay mid you may secure ik. costly prize. Names of all prize-winners «V October number. Write plainly, name, post- office, express oillcc, county nnd etnte. Af dn3S3 The IJomi-, Jcuxl, Suite 001, Bids,-., Chicago, 111. Atteiitioti, Ballro:icl Men? The time for paying the November installment of county taxes expires on tho first Monday (7th) of November. Therefore, you will please bear in mind that the October pay-day is the last opportunity you will have to pay these taxes. Very Respectfully, CHAS. L. WOLL, Treas. Cass County. ian Lewis' New I'lay. Lillian Lewis has got a play. Its Ortler of Equity, Attention! The next meeting of the Council will be on Friday evening', October 1-ith. Hereafter on the 2d and 4th Wednesdays of ench nonth. E, C. THEOCKJTOKTOX, Sec'y. able to resume work on his engine. Pan Handle passenger conductor W. S. Parks was taken suddenly and vio- The sale of carpets and curtains is » lently m Monday night wh ' ile on Hs run and had to deadhead home. He was conveyed to his room and is now improving'. Mr. Parks was stricken with rheumatic paralysis and is totally deprived of the use of his lower limbs. He was seized with the still on. Call and get a bargain at the Trade Palace. Wanted—Good girl for general housework in small family, 314 North street. The famous "Blush of Roses" for Election Notice. The annual meeting of the members 01 the Sicond Baptist Church of Logansporl, for the election of Trustees will be held ic the lecture-room of the church on Thursday evening, October 20. 1S92. E. MCALLISTER Cierk. October 10, 1S92. If yon cannot get ti&se gloves fro our dealer notify the manufacturers. Pings <£ Pinner, SS4 *ndSS6 Broadway, Xew Tort, andttey will sea ttat yon get them Kfinvon This old and rvmor&xbly successful ..... J school provides thorough preparaUou Military torCoiles«orBnsiness,andcaremlsu- *«.,<« jwrvlsion of heallh, UaMls and rnan- «C«ueiny ncrs. Jot illustrat.ca:alogueaddress, T. T T '•*. JiJrt^or. Harnnurt J?"* younf ladles and sjrls. ni 1SS7, to provide west of the A riaCe a school of the very highest grade. c.,..:.,,—. Pupils from twenty-one states, for Jseminary catalogue, uddrtss, OAK-HTVB.OHIO. Jtiss Aiu.1. the complexion, surpasses all other toilet articles. Sold at B. F. Keesling's and J. L. Hanson's drug stores. Lost—A black setter pup 10 months old witfi while spot on breast. Information left at 62S Race s;reet, will receive reward. Premature baldness may be prevented and the hair made to grow on heads already bald, by the use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer. No complaints peculiar to women but yields to the mild treatment,. Orange Lily. One months' treatment §1. Sold at B. F. Keeslicg's and J. L. Hanson's. Wanted—Three hundred yards of boulders, -i to S inches in diameter, ! Cincinnati inspection, at once.—Win. ! C. Bowker, contractor, Elwood. Inc. ' Grand chenille curtain sale, -489 pair sold Tuesday. When P. W. Moore advertises an article at a price she goes at the price mentioned. !JTo goods hid away. j attack at Dunkirk yesterday morning- about 2 o'clock. This malady is sometimes called "railroad paralysis." It is thought Mr. Parks will shortly regain the use of his disabled members. John McCann of the Pan Has die repair tracks was agreeably surprised on Monday evening, it being the occasion of his birthday anniversary. While John, was not looking a number of his friends, about forty couples in all took possess ion of his pleasant home on Wright street and proceeded to make themselves comfortable. In this they were aided by their host after he "caught on" to the situation and regained his mental equilibrium. An elegant repast was served after which the guests departed, having spent a very pleasant evening. A curious accident happened on. the Richmond division of the Pan Handle st. few days ago. Engine 388 was disconnected at the Logan shops and sent s^r Stuart G!ves Some Iu:ere*t- Our genial and worthy manager, Edwin Stuart of Dolan's opera bouse has been an actor and proprietor of a great many theatrical companies during the last two decades, and on looking over his old papers yesterday found a diary that he had kept many years ago, in which he saw in the month of June, 1873, that he played the character of "Von Wollfstein"with the eminent German comedian "Pete" 1 Baker in his great comedy, Chris and Lena at the Providence opera house, Providence. R. I., Park Theatre. Brooklyn N. Y.. and Wood's Museum, Philadelphia Pa., a week at each city. This was in the'pakny days of e drama when the combination system was unknown. There were but few ' 'Stars" in those days and they had to possess talent, or they could not make a living. Manager Stuarl requests us to say that Pete Baker is "all right," and he certainly ought to taow. Mr. Baker's impersonattoa of name is Lady Li!. There is an identifying quality about the play and the actress in rnoro respects than one. Lady Lil is applicable to Lillian Lewis. Everybody who knows Lillian Lewis also knows that there is more get up and go, more vim, more life and more ginger to every square inch of her heroic frame, than any forty-two women can boast of- It is exactly so with the play. There ,is more vigor, more excitement, more surprise, more sensation, and more thrill in Lady Lil than in aay forty.- two other plays. Allen Dale had to own up that LaOy Lil thrilled him, and anything that can do that must be more thas ordinarily full of thrills. .Sor;icthiri^ for :Ise O"i»I;aHH. The German. Lutheran church will take up a collection on Columbus Day, the 21st inst., for the benefit of the State Lutheran Orphans' Home. This idea suggests a similar movement on the part of the people of Logansport generally, acting through the public schools, to aid that worthy institution up on the bluff by general and generous donations to the Orphans' Home of the city. The public schools will celebrate Columbus Day with appropriate observances and if the people j Pronounced I4«j>cle«», \ r ct 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 1 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'a, drugstore, regular size, 50c. and $1. For Over Fifty Year*. . Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 1 Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child softens*the gume, allays all pain cures wind colic, 'and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. IB 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 kinci. BackJon'* Arulcft Solve. The best salve in theworld for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tettar, chapped hands chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or ao pay required. It is guaranteed .to givo perfect; satisfaction, rr- money "efunde'J. Tree 25 cents pv ' "Jz. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Good LookH. Goods looks are more than skin deej. 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 Iddneys 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. Keealing'a ,,," .. ... ", . , . ... drug store, 50c. per bottle, of the city will, through their ehil- j _ —!—. dren, or by letter subscriptions addressed to the superintendent of the city schools, contribute as liberally as they might see fit to the Orphans' Home, a goodly sum might be raised to aid this most worthy of charitable institutions. This is a matter worthy of consideration. Can it not be acted upon? Bradfleld'B Female Should be used by the young woman, she who Suffers from any disordlr peculiar to her sex, and at change of life is a powerful tonic; benefits ali who use it. Sold by Ben Fisher. OHAHA. Neb., May 5, 1891. I have, tried a great many remedies for headache, and Krause's hezylaehe Capsules knock it quicker than any thing I ever tried. D. W. McVEA. Sold by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson, druggists. Krause's Headache Capsules—Warranted, atB. F. Keealing's and J. L. Hanson's. Eipana Tabales core dyspepsia. 'rora Jtalamazoo. LiCExr, Des Moines, Iowa- Dear Sir—A box of headache Op- sules were handed to me and 1' have used them, with perfect success. They cannot be recommended too highly. Could not possibly do without them ia my bouse. I recommend them to sufferers with this common, though- terrible complaint J. EXSING, Kalamazoo, Mich. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. A Drnzzr5»t Talk*. WillF. Crawford, druggist at DCB Moines, Towa, says it is remarkable the way Cubeb Cough Cure sells, that his customers speak of it in the'high- est terms of. praise. One man ia particular who has been troubled with bronchitis for years, never found any relief until he used the 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. Cubeb Cough Cure—one minute.- For Bale by B. F. Keesling and J. L- Hanson.

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