Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 15, 1892 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 15, 1892
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Sold and Warranted by GROCERS. . REMEDY Discovery of great value for the cure of Dyspepsia, Ulcers, Neuralgia, Worms, Nervousness. Constipation, Eheumatism, 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, 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. Farter, 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 bottle waranted cure or benefit r the money returned. THE CITY SCHOOLS. 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. MERRELL & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y. J. W. Henderson & Sons OF FURNITURE, flND UPHOLSTERERS, W. E. WINCHESTER, Gen. A0t for Ind. and III. AGENTS WANTED. No. 320 Fourffl Street, " LOGANSPORT, IND. fACTORX: Nos. 5,7 ana. 9 Fifth Street persons needing To all pumps: I desire to call attention to toy fine and varied stock consisting of my Logansport, Ind., Sept. 8,1892. This Is to certify that the Agricultural Insurance Company of New York, S. M. Closson, Agent, has paid my loss In full and to my entire satisfaction and I recommend this Co. to all my friends. P. F. DUNN. , My Improved Stone Cylinder, Porcelain Lined Cylinder, Polished Iron Cylinder Common Wood. so cistern pumps at lowest prices. These pumps are fitted with tho best of trimmings making them easy to handle, insuring durability, preventing need of repair, Call and sse me at factory. A. N. PARKHCJRST, 209 Sixth Street. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 15. | Morning Noon i Good all the time. It removes 1 the languor of morning, sus-' t tains the energies ttrrioon, lulls' the weariness of night. delicious, sparkling, appetizing. Don't be deceived if a dealer, for the sake of larger profit, icUs you some other kind ' is "justusKood" 1 —'tis false. NO imitation | is as good as the genuine HIRES'. STORAGE ROOMS —FOR REST- IN REAR OF PRYOR'S DRUG STORE F, M, BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over State A'atlonul Bank, ucr of 1'ourlb and Broadtvay. READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 821 Pearl Street Welcome to AIL J&'The regular meeting of the Free .Reading Room the third Tuesday of each month. Storm serges, at the Bee Hive. Celery received daily at Rothermel's. New style leather satchels, at the Bee Hive. Don't forget the closing-out sale at the Bell Clothing House to-day. Onyx black hosiery, best and cheap est in the wide vvorld, at the Bee Hive L. Salimano has opened his oyster parlor for the season and invites the public to call. Every one is invited to the grand wrap display at John Gray's cloak rooms. October 20th. Use only the original and genuine Orange Lily for all female complain is. Sold by B. F.«Keesling. "Why! Maud, how your complexion has improved." "Yes. I took Keesling's advice and used the famous •Blush of Roses.'" Our prices are very reasonable for gentlemen's custom-made garments for fall wear.—H. G. Tucker, the Pearl street Tailor. The Danville, (111.) grand jury has indicted the Danville 'Fair and Trotting Association for selling the privilege of running a wheel of fortune during the summer races. Wanted—Three hundred yards of boulders, 4 to S inches in diameter, Cincinnati inspection, at once.—Wm. C. Bowker, contractor, Elwood. Ind. Thursday, October 20th, will be the time to look at nice wraps in John Gray's cloak rooms, as one of the large cloak manufacturing firm will display a full line of their sample wraps on the above date. Garret M. Hendicks, seven years old, son of S. F. Hendricks, of South Bend, while on his father's premises, plucking flowers to be carried to his teacher, tripped and fell, and the point of a pair of scissors which he was carrying in his hand, pierced hi« breast with such force as to penetrate his heart. He sprang to his feet, ran a short distance and fell dead. Moses Simason of Elwood, several months ago, while intoxicated, laid down on a railway track and went to sleep. vA passing engine tossed him to one side, and it was weeks before he was able to hobble out. This week he repeated the experiment, but the engine served him more kindly, simply tearing away a portion of his face Sometlilna Concerning the Condition and. Attend.a" ce of tlic JLojrasi- »pOrt Schools—Supt. Dons- lass' Report. Superintendant Douglass of the city schools has given to the public the following report of the first month's work of the current term of the Logansport schools. The public schools were in session one month October 7th, and if the first month is a type of all the months then the coming school year is to be the most successful in the history of the city. The children appear cheerful, interested attentive and obedient to their duties. The discipline in the schools was never better, acd seems to require less effort on the part of teachers than ever before. True, there are a few "hard cases" that give trouble, but among so many pupils there will always be some, and it is a matter of congratulation that there are so few. Probably all the pupils that give trouble to teachers in matters of discipline are not managed any better by the parents than by the teacher. A manifestation of old-fashioned parental authority in some cases might be a means of saving grace. While the interest in lessons and regular attendance indicate great pro- gross in work, yet in many school rooms the advancement is only apparent and is only with fairly bright children. Slow pupils will, make very little progress. This is because the rooms are so crowded that the teacher can not give individual attention. The instruction is entirely in class. The teachers do the best they can, but the results can not be what they would be if the schools were not so crowded. The following is the enrollment by buildings, with per cent, of attendance: Central, 981; West Side, 569, Eighth street, 117; South Side, 189; North Side, 143; Tenth street, 100. Total, 2,159. Total for corresponding month of last year, 2,026; a gain of 133. There were 135 cases of tardiness, the greatest ever known here. Most of it was inexcusable. The regularity of attendance, however, was remarkable. Room 4, Eighth street, had only 4 half days' absence with an enrollment of 42. The per cent, of attendance by buildings was: Central, 97:8; West Side; 97:3; Eighth street, 98:4; South Side, 96:9; North Side, 88:3; Tenth street, 96:6. There were 75 visits by teachers to parents, 54 visits by parents to the schools; 112 visits by others, and 1.42 visits to schools by the superintendent. The High school enrolls 135 pupils. The character of work done was never better, possibly was never equal to the work there now. With an efficient corps of teachers, and proper support from patrons, the High school must become an important factor in shaping the future of,our people. No less important is the eighth year grade, preparatory to the High school, because it is a grade from which many pupils leave school. In the Central building there is enrolled now 101 pupils of that grade; on the West Side 35. Tho schools are open to the pupils every day. We desire parents and all others interested to visit the schools. It will not be a very serious task for parents, and will be appreciated by ,he children and teachers. Respectfully. A. H. DOWLAS. STATE OF OHIO, Crrr OF TOLEDO. ? ,. - LUCAS COCKTT, ) ss -' FKAOTC J. CHENET makes oath tfeat ha Is the eulor partner ol the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co lolng business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the urn ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLAES to: each and very case of CATAJIRH that cannot bi; cured bj he use of HALL'S CATARRH Ctnw FfU NK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before roe and subscn >edln my pres- nce, this 5th day of December, A D. 1586, •"~ J —• _ A.W. Q\ iSON, \ SEAL j ' SofcUT Public. Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken Interne Uy and acts directly on the blojd and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. ^~= ,,, K T^ __ F - J - CHENEY, Toledo, 0. JS^Sold by Druggist, 75c. Real Estate Transfers. List of transfers of real estate in Cass county reported by Dodds & Wlpperman abstracters of titles, con- veyancers and notaries . public, Insurance and loan agents, titles to real estate examined and defective titles perfected. .Money to loan at lowest rates. Office 206 Fourth street directly opposite Court House. Loaansiiort, Ind. Dennis TJhl, exr. to.Dosephme Dunn lot 2blkll. Gallagher Bar pi add 5; 150 00 Jas. T. llcXary and wife to Mary Cavenaugh lot 32 MCJfatj's add Margaret Green to S. C. Hart 1A lots 63 and&iO.P. W. Logan 140D 00 Christina Chambers et aL to Mary M. Banta e 14 a lot 6 ne^i sec 1 Clinton tp _ f fti 1000 00 Geo. W. Seybold and >TJ ."e"to "Eliza "(} Grass e 42i,a ft lot M Dyke 1st add Thos. F. Jfahoneyn- -..! -tiA.'N' Donaldson n 33 ft lot B '••••.--.:• ,iJd to "W Logan -..._ Alia Z. Cornell and :..,.:,.i-.,i to Mary Brltton w^ s% out; •- > -ineney's 2d add _ _ Jacob Ault and wife :..;..,.; Uoldsberry pt sei4sec2S Ja.-s. n -y _ David Humphrey!-- 'r-riiian Glllman pt S4U4 f t lots IT i .vi 172 0 P. W. Logan _ „...-,..... Frank McWlilmneTj ad wife to Qulccy Myers und;j BW^ sec 31 Boons tp 51 a John H.. Strock and wife to Schuyler C.Strockptlot24TIptadm 1st add 4114x165 ft , Seven mortgages filed aggregating. .'.' Tlie Williamson-Booth Wedding;. The South Bend Tribune contains the following- notice of the aiarriag-e at Mishawaka on Wednesday of Rev. D- E. Williamson formerly. of this city to Miss Hattie L. Booth of that place: During the brightest and most delightful portion of this lovely autumn day, an event of unusual interest to society circles occurred in Mishawaka —the marriage of Rev. Daniel E. Williamson, of Big Rapids, Mich., and Miss Hattie Laura Booth, at high noon. St. Paul's Episcopal church where the Williamson-Booth nuptials were celebrated was beautifully decorated with flowers, green plants and trailing- vines for the occasion, contrasting charmingly with the altar, lectern and pulpit coverings of pure white. The church was crowded to repletion with invited guests, among them about fifty from this city. Messrs. E. Hurlbut, of Chicago; Dr. Louis A. LaPierre, of South Bend; Will Miller and W. C. Drapier of Mishawaka, officiated as ushers and escorted the guests to seats. Mrs. H. G. Eggleston, presided at the organ and entertained the audience with pleasing music until the arrival of the bridal party promptly at 12 o'clock, when the strains of the Lohengrin wedding marcn. an- nouncea the entry to the church. The four ushers led the procession down the centre aisle, followed by the bridesmaid of honor, Miss Mayme Myers of Mishawaka, who wore a dress of corn colored silk with ribbon trimming- and carried a bouquet of Marechal Neil roses. Then came the bride, walking alone, looking extremely lovely, attired in a gown of cream white china silk made princess entrain with plain trimmings to match. She wore no ornaments and carried a bouquet Of white roses. Ac the altar the bride was met by the officiating clergman, Rev. Augustine Prentis.s, rector of St. Paul's and St. James'church, in this city; the groom and his best man Mr. Clarence E. McCollum, of Mishaw.aka, and her father, Mr. L. T. Booth, coming from the uestry room. The bride bore a white covered prayer book which she handed to the minister and from which the full and impressive marriage service was read, to the accompaniment of soft, subdued strains from the organ. At the conclusion of the ceremony the party formed in inverse order and passed out of the church, to the music of Mendelssohn's grand old march. Those comprising ..the wedding party were driven immediately to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Booth on Second street, where luncheon was served. There was no reception and the couple leave this evening on the 6 o'clock train for Chicago, where they will remain a few days and then go to their home in Big Rapids, Mich. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Booth, among the elder residents of Mishawaka. She was born in that town and is a young lady of rare personal charms and accomplishments. She is a great favorite in society and has a wide circle of friends in her native town and this city. She was the recipient Of many presents of a useful and elegant nature on the occasion of her wedding, as testimonials of esteem from her many friends. The groom is one of the rising young ministers of the west, a preacher of more than usual ability. His first supply after leaving college and being ordained was the Second Presbyterian church of this city, where he remained about a year and then accepted a call to the Westminister Presbyterian church at Big Rapids, Mich., where he has been successful in pastoral whrk. Among the guests from abroad at the wedding were Mrs. Jane Williamson, mother of the groom; his sisters, Misses Mary and Martha Williamson, brother, Mr. Sam W. Williamson and aunt, Mrs. Martha Manley, all of Logansport. Will look whiter, will be cleaner and will be done with Jess labor if- SANTA CLAUS SOAP Is used. The. clothes will smell sweete-rafl will last longer. 5 A NTA CLAUS SOAP is pure, it cleans but does not injure irHe. fabric. It docs rjot roughen orchapfrhfc. JjancU, M . e i - mions N.I use* it. Do You, . F Al R BAS^K 3(CO ? M't'rs. CHICA&O.\L re LAUGH AT. AT SEA.—She—"And why is a ship called 'she?'" He—''Aye, ma'am! Because the rigging costs so much."— Judy. JOJTES—(very cross)—"Throw that thing away, do." Brown (very happy) —"Look here! I dont often give sixpence for a cigar, but when I do—" Jones—"You get fourpence change!" LOVEK— "What has my little angel been doing to-day?" His Little Angel —"I have been learning to cook." (That ought to fetch him, she said, as she noted with, pleasure his increasing nervousness.) SjirTHE—•'Why don't you buy a house and quit moving?" Tompkins (who has political aspirations)—"I don't dare. That would make me a taxpayer, and I'm afraid I'd be a mugwump next."— N. Y. Herald. CLERK—"There are two kinds of cloth to match the shade of this sample'you have, sir; one is much more expensive than the other. Have you any idea which your wife prefers?" Customer— "Oh, yos! She wants the one that costs the most."—Cloak Review. TIME TABLE LOGANSPORT SCIENCE SPATTERINGS. THE moon moves 3,333 feet per second. THE bark of the Australian Mimosa fis now used as tannin for hides to make ; morocco leather, as it gives a slightly reddish tint. A NEW method of quickly rendering glass transparent during the process oi i manufacture consists in forcing intc ' the melted materials a stream of oxygen :gas, the enormous heat generated osydizing all deleterious materials. ' To issuBE durability, -wood pave- jments must be laid with great care and ihave a concrete foundation made of the , best materials. Those that have been laid in Paris have stood about seven 01 eight years under heavy traffic and ' about fifteen under moderate. Pronounced Hopele»», Yet Saved. Form a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Kurd, 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'e drugstore, regular size, 50c. and $1. Hew fork Express, dally .......... 2-55 on Ft Wayae '(Pae.)Aecm., excpt Sunday HJS ale Kan Slty & Toledo Ex., excpt 3undnrll:16 s in Atlantic Express, dally ............. 4-MpS Accommodation frt., exceptSimday.. 8:ij ym WEST BOBHD. Pacific Exprejs, dally ............ .. 7aO»» Accommodation Frt., excpt Sunday 12-15 nm Kan City Ex., except Sunday ...... 8.-47DB Lafayette (Pas.) Accm., excpt Sunday 6.-08 p H StLoulB Ex., dally .................. 7.103Jp» Eel River Div., Logansport, Trout SUtet. Betweoii L.oeaii»port and Chill. EAST BODKD, Accomodatlon.Leave, except SnndAy.lOKX) a • Aecomodatlon, Leave " " 4:40 p» WEST BODKX). Accomodatlon, arrive, except Sunday, Accomodatlon, arrive, " " 9-18 K Tho Pennsylvania Station. annsylvanialjnBB. Trains Kun by Central Tlrce A3 FOLLOWS: * Dully. 1Daily, ojfcopt Sundnv Fr.OMT LOB-i-SSI-OUT TO LKAVP Philadelphia and New York...» l.00 am * 2.S5 a • Bradford and Columbus * l.OOam » 2.3ft • Blchmond and Cincinnati.... • 1.05 a m • 3 00 «• Crown Point and Chicago * s.10 am *!Z40ftm Richmond and Cincinnati....t 5.45am tll.20DM Crown Point and Chicago i 6.16 a m fil 80»1« Bradford and Columbus ...} 8.00am 14.20 DM Monttcello and Etrner »..f asoa m f 7.4Sam Montlcello and Efflier } 13.30 a m +11.16 B « Washington and New York...* 1.20pin*146Din Columbus and Pittsburgh • 1.20 p m * 145 DM Blchmond and Cincinnati...' l.20pm *"l'46Dl» Indianapolis and Louisville,..* L25p m * IMDm Crown Point and Chicago....* 2.05pm * IOOPM Kokomo and Blchmond t 2.30 p m fH.05 a m Washington and New York...* 4.30 p m *1215 D i Columbus and Plttsbojgh.. .* 4.30 pm •• Marlon and Bradford * 4.30 p m ' _ Crown Point and Chicago t^SOpm tfltX, Montlcello and EUner f g.oo p m •* ?'lO p • Indianapolis and Lonlsvlr A. ."12.55 a m *!! 30 ft n J. A-McCDLLOUGS, Ticket AgenL VandaliaLme coo o» 609 50 2860 00 -To 00 20000 159300 Get the Genuine. If you suffer with a lame back, especially In morning, ALLCOCK'S PLASTEBS are a sure relief. If you cannot sleep, try an ALLCOCK PLASTER, well up between the shoulder blades—often relieves—sometimes cures. Try this before you restore to opiates. If any of your muscles are lame—Joints stiff— feel as If they wanted oiling—or If you suffer with any local pains or aches, these plasters will cure yon. If yon use them once you will realize why so many plasters have been made In Imitation of them. Like all good things, they are copied as closely as the law allows. Don't be duped by taking an Imitation when It Is as easy to get the genuine. If you always Insist upon having ALLCOCK'S POKOCS PLASTERS and never accept a substitute, you will not be disappointed. Good look*. 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. and disfiguring him for life, In order to gain an early star tin the day's festivities Jeff Adams departed for Peru Tuesday evening to attend the barbecue. His fellow craftsmen at Kraut's barber shop are somewhat alarmed concerning him as up to last evening he had not returned and they are fearful that the day proved too much for him. It is hoped that their fears are illy founded and that Jeff will eventually turn up all right - Bnrlinston fionte. The Burlington route is the best railroad from Chicago and St. Louis to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Osiaha, Deadwood and Denver. The scenic line via Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Leaclville, Glenwood Springs, Salt Lake City and Ogden, to all California points. All its trains are vestibuled, and equipped with Pullman sleeping cars, standard chair cars (seats free-), and Burlington route dining car& If you are going West, take the best line. Sixty-eight cents -will hay a splendid dress pattern, at the Bee HITS. Wanted. Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our drug store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption, and all- diseases of the throat and lungs, It-will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy. We will guarantee it to cure you. If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief. Don't delay, but get a trial bottle free. Large size 50 cents. Sold by Ben Fisher. . Every person not satisfied with "Blush of Roses'' is requested to write the manufacturer, Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend, Ind. A-mlca SaTre. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or mocej refunded. Trice 25 cents per. ' 1 For sale by B. F. Keesliag. For Over Fifty Year*. AN OLD AND WELL-TBIED REMEDT. Mrs. Winalow's Soothing 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 gums, allays all pain cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhosa. 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. 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 erer tried. D. W. McVEA. Sold by B. F. Keesliag and J. L. Hanson, drug-gists. Time Table, IN EFFECT JUNE 12th 1892 (Trains Leave Logansport, LncL FOB THE KOBTH. No. 62, Er. Sun. 10.35 A. M. For St. Josepft.- " »*, " 8.45 P. IL " south Bend. " 60, Local Freight £x.Sun. 5.09A.M. FOB THE SOUTH. No. 51, Ex. Son. 7.34 A. M. For Terre Hants,' " o<J, Local Freight Ex. Sun. 5.00 A. M. For complete Time Card, giving all trains and stations, and for fall information as to ratw through cars, etc., a dress J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agent, 1.0GANSPORT, E0» OR J. M. CJELESBJROUGH, Ass't General Passenger Agent, t Loulg, Mo From Kulamazoo. ' 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. ENSIKG, Kalamazoo. Mich. For sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L. Hanson. Talk». Will F. Crawford, druggist at De« Moines, Iowa, says it is remarkable the way Cuheh 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 the Cubeb Conjjb. Cure. Ho says it stops it at once. Ho 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 sale by B. F. Keesling and J. L Hanson. Krause's Headache Capsules—Warranted, at B. F. Keesling's and, J. L* Hanson's. Bipozi* Tftbolec core djspep«i».

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