Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 6, 1896
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"Washing made graceful." (After a sketch in New York Truth.) , We want to show it, because 1 this seems to be a woman who: uses Pearline (^ w ,p. h p): She's doing, no work to speak of, you see—- j she doesn't loolc as if she ever had .to. She., appears ' . to 'be rinsing out the clothes, after letting them soak in Pearline (. nou jo ap ) and water, which is about all the labor required. The washboard we .don't understand / —unless she's washing it, Women who use Pearline (S" w »oap) don't need a washboard. They don't have that tiresome, wearing rubbing over it. But for cleaning washboards or wood work or paint or anything of the kind, then they want Pearline. Washing can't be made graceful unless it is made easy._ Of all the ways of washing that are perfectly harmless, the easiest, quickest, most economical, is with Pearline. w THE Munsoa typewriter \ Is.a Good Machine. A hl*b jtnnd:itd ot eicellenoe. Jinny us rs ot the 'ilucson" coutlJac It THE BEST. t You will llnd It a valuable iis-i!<tauC In j'ouc of- lice. Addre-is lor partloolan THE MUN50N TYPEWRITER CO . MAXL'FACIVKKKSi. )-y.H Went I-nl(f St., ClUciiKo, 111. BIT OF FRUITCAKE on your tea table server with the tea, will lend additional charm to the afternoon call. You can have "ripe" fragrant fruit cake always on hand, with- I out trouble or expense, by using NONE SUCH MINCE MEAT. i It makes a surpassingly rich, yet •wholesome cake, with a fruity ,i flavor that can not be equalled. Get the genuine. Sold everywhere. Take no substitutes. Hi Tour !uldrf«*. naming tills paper, and wo en-i jnu'frv'C n l)0"K. "Mm. Popkiim' Thanltt- %." l>y one ft Ihi) B>o*C popular humorous . n of th« ilv- I JUBBELL-BOCLE CO., Srriciiic, N.T. L. G. PATTERSON Has opened a Fire and Accident Insurance office at 410 Broadway, up stairs, »nd KOllclta a share of the public patronage. None but First.Class Companies Repre- ' Muted. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER ••• No. m Market Street. Call* attended to promptly, day or nUrht. ' Central Union and Mutual telephones. Office, No. 16; Residence, No. 121. DR. S. H. >VARD. HOfKEOPATHIST Office 309 Fourth Street. . Over Tajlots Jewelry store- Residence 013 North Street. ..Dorit take substittties to save a few pennies. It won! t pay you. Always insist on HIRES Rootbeer. olj t>7 T DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, .TUNE C, 1800. Pay your natural gas Mils before June 10. George Harrison bucdlw Land ret h'g •eeda only. Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison's. Fire hundred to fifty thousand dollars to loan o/clty property.—Ben Tlsber. (1 H. jftevens's pUlery at 414 Market •treWn now open. Competent work- njeri. Work guaranteed. Natural gas bills for the month of .June are now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. ANNOUNCEMENT. I will be a candidate for tlie office <>1 Clerk of Cass county, subject to tlik will of the Republican nominating convention. JOS. G. GRACE, ANNOUNCEMENT. I will be a candidate for the office of Clerk of Cass county, subject to the decision of the Republican Dominating convention. G. W. BISHOP, Jr. ANNOUNCEMENT, I will be a candidate for the office of Clerk of Criss county, subject to the decision of the Republican nominating convention. v BEN F. BARNETT. ANNOUNCEMENT. I will be a candidate-for the office of County Commissioner for the First district, subject to the will of the Republican nominating convention. J. W. REDD. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to annoirace'tuatl am a candidate for tlie office of County Clerk of Cass county. Indiana, subject to the decision of the Republican nominating content ion. A. E.««!HROYER. ANNOUNCEMENT. I will lie a candidate for the offifce of County Commissioner of First District, subject to the choice of the Republican aomlu.'itinjT-couveotion. JOHN W. GERRAUD, Clay Township. ANNOUNCEMENT. Owln£ to the fact that otlicrs'liave announced their candidacy, G. W,. Walters has consented to let his name go before the convention for the office ot prosecuting attorney. If it required nn imnual outlay of ,*100.000 to insure a family against any serious consequences froni an attack of bowel complaint during the year there arc many who would feel it t'helr duty to pay It; thiit they could not afford to risk their lives, and those of their family for such an amount. Any one can cot this Insurance for 25 cents, that bo- Ing the'price of a bottle of Chamber- lala^'s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of bowel complaint before medicine could 'be -procured or a physician summoned. One or two doses of this remedy will cwre any ordinary case. It never fails. Can you afford to take the risk for so small an amount? For sole by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. The consolidation of the Natural and Artificial Gas companies, makes the payment of bills, for consumers using both kinds of gas much more conven- ent. The person paying for natural gas and who Is also a user of the artl- iclal can now pay both bills at the same Jme nt the new company's office, 317 Pearl street. All bills are due and col- ectable on the first of each month wltu customary ten" days' grace. Bills for June, 1SOG, now being due. A DECIDED SPLIT. Tlie Prohibition party In the Eleventh district has been affected by the nation- il split of the party, and on account of he unsettled condition of affairs, the Hstrlct convention which was set for rune 2d, is not to be called until after 11 other conventions are held. THE MODERN BEAUTY.' Thrives oh good food and suushlne, with plenty of exercise In the open air Her form glows with health nnd'hpr race blooms with Its .beauty.. If her ystem needs the cleansing action of a axativo remedy, she uses, the gentle and Peasant Syrup of Figs. Made by the California Fig Syrup Company. Children Cry Tor October's Castorla* THE RAILROADS The Aultman Company's Big Hachinery Train. CAN'T TAKE UP BOOKS General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. There was an unusual sight at' tin? Panhandle station shortly after uoou yesterday when a train of thirt.v-t\v:> cars, nil bcavlly laden with h.irvestiup machinery, passed through this' city. The train started from Canton, Olii:.. Wednesday morning, and th.e trip was Ki.ido liy daylight over the Panhandle ruiu'i. Tin? nuichinery wns all maunfai tiirai.hy the Aultman company, of C.iu- ron. Ohio, and the- shipment w;is by-fat 1 ' the largest, sent om: from any factory Hii* -year. It required two euginos to propel the. thirty-two flat ears, which were loaded to t-helr capacity wM:li Am on! can thrashers, suit-seeders and \vliul st.'ickiTS. st;ir traction engines, ro.-nl grmlfir*. stone crushers and watst: i:inks. Lm'ce streamers on each <:ur In- uicak'd the nami; of rho-jiian-nfacLiiriug riui'pany. The train was run'on spec'al .•='.heilnle oasswiijror time and was i,n charge of E. T. Kenny, of Indianapolis. Dan O'Connell, engineer, and A. C. i.iini-n. lircmati. of this city manned one o!' the oiiginei*. CANNOT TAKE UP MILEAGE BOOKS. The-Circuit court at Fhullay, 0., on Wednesday rendered an Important decision as to the right of a conductor to 'confiscate .a mileage book when it Is presented by another than the person to whom it was sold. The title of the ea-se is Arthur .T. Morton vs. the Lake Erie it Western company. Morton-Is a local ticket broker and purchased a mileage book from the defendant com- pa.ny. A third party attempted to use It and the conductor of t:ho railroad company-took it np and collected fare. Morton brought flic'suit to recover th.a, value .for the book. He won in the justice court but lost in the Cominou'Fleas, The Circuit court reverses-the hitter's decision and awards Morton judgment Cor the full amount of his claim, together with interest and costs. Judge Sency delivered the court's opinion and stated that there was nothing hi the contract between Morton and the railroad, company whereby Tlie latter acquired a title to the ticket because it was in'the hands of a thJrd person. The most tlio conductor.could, do would bo to refuse to accept life ticket from the third party and eolieci: the regular fare. Morton purchased Ih'e book a.nd the title •to the same passed from'the railroad company when .it was sold. The Lake Erie & Western will probably carry the case to the Supreme Court of Ohio. sc'sses- a ticket. sold him thirty-three years ago, good for-i first-class-passagi. from Warren to Ravenna, on the Erie lines. : The ticket was sold by t he agent of the Atlantic & Great Western, now part of the Erie. An official circular announces the appointment of Ralph Peters, superintendent of the Cincinnati 'division of the Pennsylvania lines, as superintendent of the Clnemuaitl, Lebanon .& Northern, which Is evidence that the road is now the property of the Pennsylvania, com pany. ' . The engine which was built on suggestions of, engineers on the Erie a.ud exhibited at the World's Fair, and'af- terw.ard sold to the Eric, is making an excellent speed record. Lust week it hauled the Erie's fast express'thirty- one miles In twenty-nine minntes. and on another stretch eighteen miles in fifteen minutes, as shown by the dispatcher's train sheets at Horncllsville. EEL RIVER RECEIVERSHIP. Wabash Railroad Co. Ordered to Show Accounts in Court. In the Eel River railroad receivership litigation in Howard couniy, the court set yesterday a* the limit in which the Wabas-h company might appear in court with the books and accounts of (he company so far as they relate to (he Eel River division, or show cause why Iht-.y should not/be produced in court. RAILROAD NOTES. AY. G. TTfun tor of Richmond was'In the city yesterday.' E. V. Debs has finished his southern trip and is,.now at his home in Terre Haute. Conductor Knopp of the Vandalia has opened the Hotel Arlington n't Lake Max-lnkuckee. •' . • Rupt, Hatch of the Vaudalia is home from SL Louis after getting his road in shape after the cyclone. The Wabash railroad suffered less'by the storm in St.'Louis than any other road. They lost no ears. Their loss was In wires being Mown down. . It Is rumored that W. E. Burk, .trainmaster oC the Michigan division of the Ynintialia, Is to accept a position as master o£ transportation of. Forepaugh's circus. . The official's of the Yandalla located at Torre Haute have constructed a telephone system of their own, connecting" all the offices, Including that of the general yarclmaster. .-..,' / A large tonnage of : TJCW steel" rails is coming wast from Pennsylvania rolling mills. One of the more noticeable features is that so large a per cent, of the new rails are sixty feet In length. The executive committee of. tile World's Fair on Wednesday ' sent- a medal and diploma to the Brooks loco ; motive works for the specific merit of their exhibition of locomotives at the fair. ""'.-. . . •' The New Albany Ledger snys'a company is to be organized to build a road from New Albany, to the block v and. soml-block coal fields of-Indiana, the length of tlie projected 'road is to be sixty miles. . '• • " The CMcngo-St. Paul lines realize that they -have been worsted In the freight war, and will withdraw and let the lake lines flglit It out. On June 15 : the rail. rates wili.be restored to the sixty-cents- per-hundred-pound basis. .' . . President Collosky, of the Michigan & Olilo Southern,- (formerly tlie Columbus, Lima & Milwaukee, has gone to Europe HOW'S THIS! We offer One "Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh thai can not be cured'by Hall's Catarrh Cure! F. ,T, Cheuey & Co., Props., Toledo, O, ' .We. the undersigned, have known F. .T. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe him perfectly honorable, in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by the firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken iutornal- ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 7oc per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. , . COL. POLLOCK'S TRAVELS. CamdPn Expositor: Col. Pollock was in town Monday evening. He was ni his way home after a few ilay.s' vie! among friends. He attended .tho-Dccoi: :ition excn.'iscs.at Logansport Saturdaj and from there he called on friend* !i Mo'nticollo,, Remington, Atlica. Fr.ink fort, and Delphi, walking the enlirc dls t'ance,. The Col. stated that if it hart not boon I'hiit he was compelled out of court csy to'ride 1 from Delphi in n bnjrsy wit! 1 a political friend he wonliUinvc roacliui' here a half hour sooner. . He 1 Vhool: hands with the boys at-C:"0 niul. siftei parla.king af n little lunch with David Wyatt; stopped over to Deer Crock 1 foi Ci o'clock supper. to attempt to raise money to build the road as orlgjually projected, from Lima to Defiance; and tbienee to Detroit. - •.,' : General Passenger Agent Ruggles, ot the Michigan Central has Issued a pocket booklet entitled "Notes for Teach-; as.": It contains full In formationabout tlie meeting of the National' Education-, ni Society, which Is to be. held nt Buffalo. Riifns ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Muskmclloi:s.at Foley's. Flora. Strawberries— Botlicimel. Summer vests, Kc.—Otto Kraus. Ask your dealer for Eouth's lard. Spring chickens at the Delicatessen. Cocoaimt .Telly candy.—L. C. Kitchen. Michigan potatoes 25c bn.-Rothermel. Ice cream freezers; lowest prica?.— Fox & Duukelborg. ' Plenty dressed chickens-McCaffrey &Co. . W, C. R. brand hams for sale by M. Castle. . Fresh pork sausage and spare ribs at Eolith's. Novelties iu crash- linen vests, at 'Fisher's. ' ' White duel; shirts, the 'latest fad.— Trade-Palace. Buy baby a pair of tan or black Oxfords set Ellas Winter's. Our straw hats "'are cheaper than •freckles.—Morris Fipher. $1.2*) J^uys Misses' and Children's •fl,DO tan shoes.—Ellas Winter. . . /Children's'tan or black Oxfords, 7Dc. —Ellas Winter, 50C Broadway. Everywhere'"12VJc. Our price, rasp- -berrica .IV/v— McCaffrey & Co. Black alpaca eoatSj .$1; linen pants, !?1; boys', 25c; coats, 25c up.—Otto. Some green and wax! beans, ,<:ueum- b'Crs, beets, spinach and peas.—Rother- .mel.. ' .' We warrant'wear, weight, worth of your underwear.—Morris Fisher, men's outfitter.'/ ••'•''' . ... See the line line of ne.w-- belts, belt buckles, fans ail go.at.the-Trade Palace Introduction sale. . Lost—Gold rlm;glasses In case marked Mayo, Indianapolis.-.-Leave at this.of- fice auci receive reward. . Oae s-wallow does not roafee Spring, but one swallow of One.Minute Cough' Oore brings rellef.^-J.M. Johnston. Landreth Seed Company of Philadelphia,, have, been "seed growers for one '' ; hundred and fifteen''years, ; Harrison !• their agent in Cass county. ;Ttf loan, a few .thousand dollars, spec- .Inl.fuuda,. private money, .on, 1 good--In- dlTldnals.hr. mortgage Becurlty. Will buy good notes.—George B. Forgy.. '; See tlie gents" shirts, ties, sox,. 'under- we'ar, suspenders.'. No such, prices wers ever mnde'ns today at the Trade Palace. I A ,50c €« for 15c." See'the- beautiful 1 .1 :_.'_'•-. '. Commencing Saturday May i6th. And continuing for two weeks, we will place on sale, some rare bargains, ill our Clothing Department. We have marked medium weight, and summer suiting at COST to close out certain lines. We are offering most excellent values that were never before offered at the price, and to all who are looking for SNAPS Come and sec us," we will con vince you that no place in tl. city will be allowed to undersell us. No mattcer wan*. they say. We are Overstocked And must move our goods, and have made a price that will do it. Our patrons are jvJvlsod to take advantage of this .sale, before it is too late. Sample Hats. Do not forget that our Hat Sale of sample hats, „£ 50 cents on the dollar still continues. Splendid bargains are. yet in be picked up in this II ne. Don't miss the oppor. tuuity. JOHN D. FERGUSON & CO. 322 MARKET STREET. J. 1>. FEKGUSOX. JEJJK8 INVENTORS AND BUSINESS Perspective and Mechanical Drawlngt prepared for the Patent Office and fot Commercial purposes. Drawings and Specifications of Electrical and 'Hydraulic devices prepared.,. including Alarm Batteries. BnkMl Cornl uctors, Cutouts, Electric Llghtti Magnets. Coils, Keys. Lightning Rod* Meters, Registers, Recorders Switchboards, Telegraphs, Telephonic Appliances. Electrical Clocks, Hydraulic, Me- cliauical, Mercurial and Rotary Alt Pumps, Accumulators, Compressed Air; and Water Elevators. Double ActiBf Drainage and Force Pumps, Lift u4 Oil Cups, etc. Byron B. Gordon. Draughtsman and Patent Attorney Spry Block, LogAnsport. Natural and Artificial Gas Bills due the First of,each month, ten day's grace. All bills payable at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street. Special—Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, July. August and September. v ^ . Do You Think of Painting: YOUR HOUSE? If so, I can sell you your paints cheaper than any man on earth. B. F. KE3ESLING. PROTECT YOUR EYES. The Hirchberg Optical Co. Tto well-known Specialises of New York have appointed I). A. HAUK us agent for their celebrated Spectacles and In Glasses, evw pair guaranteed, D. A. HAUK htw complete assortment and Invites all to. sntlBfr themselTcs of tbe crett supertotltyof theMtoadlorcr any mmnlicturoil, at tlift store ol D. A. HA.UK, Sole agent tor LogansportInd. • • Jfo PedJ'ers Supplied.

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