Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 13, 1896 · Page 3
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To develop muscle, THE RAILROADS if that is what you're doing the. washing for,-perhaps the old way of washing- with soap—rubbing the clothes up and down .over a board -may be pretty good. It can't be . healthy, though,' to breathe that tainted, fetid steam, and you'd better take your exercise in ways that arc pleasanter. But if you're washing clothes to get them clean, and want to do this clis- aqreeableworkeasilv, qv.ickiv. r.::clnafeiv— Brakeman Loses El wood. an Arm at do it with Pearline. Pearline's washing is its saving— it And one of :hc G:-.-O;V;CS" point.:-. r.boi:t ccc.'no:iV. ' •::•; THE FIREMEN'S TESTS General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. THE Munson Typewriter Is a Good Machine. ,q .JjJsjilvjSsj xsilfa RISKED 1-IIS.r.IFE. Peru Chronicle: Last evening when Wabasli passcnjjer train No. 4 arrived In the city the inspector, in performing life duties, discovered a cramp hansin^ outo the trucks underneath I ho smoker. The conductor happened by just at-this time and pulled him by the lex. "Yon d—d fool," said l.he conductor, "if you waiut to Ket killed I'll sot a club and crack you over r.he head." Notwithstanding Che perilous position tramps ;wv e:tii;r!it frequently stealing a I'lde i;i just such a milliner. Vosterday morning about 7 o'clock J. T. AVotiherall, a brakcuinu an tlie Pan- linudle freight which, runs between. Lo- pivusport and Hlchmoud met with n serious i'ujury while artenipilug to make a coupling t\t Ehvood. He had Just reached his hand forward and was in the act of pull lug fclie pin when tht tra.in slacked back, crushing his right :inn betow the elbow. He was taken to the ollice of Edwin* & Cotton where the nbove mentioned swrgeojiis assisted by Drs. Stabler and Hoq)])pnrath amputated the arm just above Hie elbow. to be used for the . transportation- of merchandise us personal baggage, especially wJiun such company has provided for itihe transportation, of uiet- clwndtse 'through, its- frelj»lit cars or tlirouph an express company, and does not hold itself ouc as such common carrier. . The new train put on by the Santa Fe on Sunday between Chicago and Kansas City, to haul only mail and express cars, is the first train ever rui> Into Kansas City hauling only mail and express matter-. The train is a contiuu- a-don of the fast mail and express train nm over the Enle road from Xew York. The rim from Chicago to Kansas City Is'made iiu thirteen liours, anil a gain of twemfy-fotn- honr.s is made by the ui?w aiiiiug-em-enit on majl carried from Ntsw York to San Francisco. Commencing Saturday May i6th. And contlnuiug for two wee ks, we will place on sale, some rare bargains, In our Clothing Department. We have marked medium weight, ana summer suiting at COST to dose out certain Unas. W e are offering most excellent values that were never before offered at the price, and to all who are looking for SNAPS THE LAW UPHELD. ihlih standard ot cucollenco. Man} MS.TS of Uie "Munson" consider It THE BEST. You will llnd It a valuable nsslslautln jour office. Address roc particulars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 240-344 Went lake St., Clilcntfo, 111. } Wholesome, >pure and luxury, btitvvithm tho menus of Accept no nbstitutcs. il iiaiho ninl mill TENNESSEE EXrOSlTIOX. The energy being displayed by the slxtwn dojxirrmeuts o-f the Tennessee- Centennial Exposition so Ion;: before tln> opening insures a magnificent display of exhibits m the beautiful white buildings of tlie Exposition. 'The Fine Art Department has made line pro- press, .furies of. selection have been appointed in New York, Boston. Philadelphia, Plttsbiirg, St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago and New Orleans, and some of the most valuable 1 pieces of American art have been promised for th-D lire-proof Parthenon. A UEPOllTED WEDDING. Rocliojter Smbiiicl: It is reported here that Warren Butler and Miss Minnie McDowell of Lognnsport, are to be married at, the la-ttw's home, Juuc ITt'u and that l.hoy will move to Toledo, 0., where Warren has accepted a position in t:he Insane nsyluju. If the report is true here goes a cargo of old shoes after Mr. and Mrs. Butler as an emblem o-f pood luck, Ion? life and prosperity, and at' it isn't true, the Sentinel acknowledges a left handed scoop. The "hottest da}'" \vili soon be here. Better be making your HIRES Root- beer now. Mutlconly lJ}- Tho Chnrloi E. nirc-, C.i,. I'lira-Iclfhlii. DAILY JOURNAL . SATURDAY, JUNE isoo. Muskniclons at Foley's, Blackberries.—Itat-liermel. Ladies' watches-free at Otto Kraus's. New belts on display today.—The Bee Hive. George Harrison hpadte* Landreth's seeds only. Ilammocks at your own price at Geo Harrison's. . Ladies' .-uid lx>3's' watclios free will suits nt Otto's. Carnations, 23c a dozc-n for today.— Newby's, 1'earl sti-cet. Persian wadsts, detached collars, onlj SOc today.—Trade Palace. 1 Home cueuSmbers, new peas, uomi. wax beaa.ycauliflower at Rbtljermel's C.^t. Sjfevens's gallery at 414 Market streerls now open. Competent wort men. ^Work guaranteed. One swallow does not mate Spring, but one swallow ot One Minute Cough Cure brings relief.—J. M. Johnston. The Twelfct club'presented Mr. Walter Harrison a.nd bride with a handsome onyx clock as a wedding present. Don't miss our great handkerchief sale today; choice of 100 dozen choice Indies' and children's handkerchiefs for 5 cents. Landretb Seed Company of Philadelphia, have been seed growers for one hundred and fifteen years. Harrison !« their agent In Cans county. To loan, a few thousand dollars, special funds, private money, on good Individuals or mortgage security. Will bay good notes.—George B. Forgy. See tho many bargains -in laces, mitts, ribbons, etc.; must go now at the Trade Palace. Large lot to close. See the bargnins In hosiery and corseis. Do you want to Invest In gold mining stock in the best gold producing district in this country at Cripple Creek, Col.? If so, call on Jacob Hcrz for particulars. Mothers will find Chamberlain' Cougii Remedy especially valuable to croup and wliooptng cough. It wll give pnom.pt relief and Is safe and pleas ant. We liave sold J,t for several year and lit .has never failed to give the mos perfect satisfaction. G. W. Richards Dnqnesnc, Pa, SolO by B.' F. Kcesllug druggist. • ' ' WHERE ARE THE BIRDS? The LaPorte Argus calls attention to the fact that the pretty bluebirds that used to be with us- iu abundance seem lo have been com.ple.toly exterminated. There wore none here last year, and we have uoUilKM- seen nor heard of ouc this year. They all or nearly all died In the South a year ago l;ust winter at the tlime the orange trees were killed by tlio severe cold weuither. There, is also a scarcity of robins and other birds about town this spring. IDLE RAILROAD MEN. Tho railroad snpei-intcndents say there are more idle men at this tiMic than there has hecu for years, a.nd there i.s n-nt au oillcf in the city but is vlsiictl every day by 'from ren to twenty men seeking ciir.Ttloyin.eni.' The reason- given is that times are so hard that the railroads have had to dispense with a number of men. and -those who rwnaiii are'hiking no "lay oil's". Formerly it was necessary to h-ave about five extra men for three regularly employed. When times were good the men would "Jay off" ami the extra men had to bo •put on. N<i-w tho men "follow their, car." and take no vacations.—Indianapolis News. THE FIREMAN'S TEST. -The executive committee o-f the motive powor department of rhe Pennsylvania lines west of: Pittsbnrg Is making a trip over tihe different divisions, iu both systems. The committee is discussing many motive power questions, among them the test required of firemen when they are employed, and what examination shall be made when they are promoted to.lie eogiueers. The consumption of coal will also be discussed, and many other economic measures -taken up. Superintendent Darlington represents Ind'iniiapol-i.s with- the committee. . City Property Hay be Taxed for Gravel Road Purposes. Come and see us, we will convince you that no place In tL city will be allowed to undersell us. No matteer what they say. We are Overstocked i/cu Tlie Supreme court, Tinwd.i.v, cloivcl a decision upholding the • l;n\ which permits the taxation of'cily prop erly for the nuiinitennnce oC snivel r«i<K Tliis law lias caused, a vast .amount O'f complaiut iu tlie cities and towns Uu'ouffiLou-t the State where property -lias boon taxed to, keep country roads. The case decided T day was one appealed to •the.Supromu court by N. S. Byrani. of Indianapolis. Mr. Bynun Iwul petitioned the couur.y commlssfo]u.T,s to ivl'iiml uh<.> proportion of his taxos that had {roue into the gravel road fluids. The county com- nifesioiiiei's .refused and Mr. Byram brou/rht suit in the Circuit court to recover the iMiiouivr. The Circuit court sustained the law antTfound for the cle- fciiMlniiits, and JIv. By-ram appealed to the Supreme court, which sustaiuvd tlu> lower court. And must move our goods, and have made a price that will do it. Our patrons are irJTlsed to take adrantase of thLs sale, before it. is too late. Sample Hats. J. Do not forget chat our Hat Sale of sample hats, *c 60 cents on the dollar still continues. Splendid bargains ar« yut to be picked up in this li no. Don't miss the oppor. tunlty. JOHN D. FERGUSON & CO. m MARKET STREET. A. P..TESK8 THE PEDDLER OF TREES. Kcintland Democrat: The fniit tree fakiir is ivorkiug tiu-ough this neck of corn laaul, according to reports by cx- chinifrc*. lit st'Ms fruit la-ees to you and perniil-ls payments />n the installment plaii, and-takes fruit -in- part pay when the trees begin to bear. You give'htm your order and you o-nglrt to know the rest. Tlifit -order -tairns up in a bank a collectible note against you. It is ail old swindle wJith a gray beard. PIGEONS TO CAEKY THE NEWS. Tlie Ehvood Ho-mlng Society today slvippod 300 trained plgwus to St. Louis. They will be turned loose at different intervals during the National convention and will bring home the news. Details of the canventiou will be written down, find the manuscripts tied to the birds. They have been specially trained for the occasion, having iimKlc the distance to and from St. Louis several time* In fou-r hours. PUNCTURED TIRES. Wheelmen oornp-la'Jn that the glass insulators on the poles ot the old electric llg.ht plant arc not removed before the uprights are -taken down, and the falling of the poles causes them to breafc, making the street a dangerous place for the running of pneumatic tires. A LOGANSPORT. POETESS. July 22 will be "Humane Day" as sot apart by tilie officers of the Wln&na ns- nbly at "Warsaw. The musical part of the program will be especially good is the Indiana humane -poetess, Mrs. Neff of tin's city prepared' the music. Mrs. Neff is a sbster of Mrs. Gause, the State orgajCzer of -the humane society. W«baah girls "by -the score are going .bout with sore faces. When ns-ked ibon.it It -they say they -were poisoned. -t has" t7'flQSpk«3. that an ngent went through Wabasli 'a few days ago and disposed of a lot of patent face lotion. Celluloid, Arlington and flberlold col- ars, lOc; worth the world- over 2i5c— only at Otto Kraois's. RAILROAD NOTES. Patrick FoUen, night operator at the Wabash, is sick. The Vandalia was tho first road to open traliic nt East St. Louis after the cyclone. Tlie wreck crew were called to Kent- laud yesterday to clear up some derail led cans. Next Tuesday the pay car on tlie Pau- liiiiKlle will be bore and give tJio workmen their salaries. A special train bearing- the Chicago 'members of the German clubs that had been to Plibtsburg attending t-lie Saen- gerfest returned yesterd.ty. The B-lg Four is cawylng all jirovl- slons and supplies to the sufferers ait East St. Louis free, if billed to I-I. F. Badcr, Mayor, or Paul Abt. The car building shops of the Pennsylvania, at Fort Wayne, have Just coninwiieei] tte builtUng' of twenty-five dairy product aiid ten large furniture cars. The roads of the Comtral Passenger committee have agfeed to a rate of one fare for the round trip for the meeting <a£ tire 0'i-der of Elks, which will be held in Cincinnati, July 7 tx> 9, Joseph Ramsey., general manager of the Wabasli lines, has consented to tlie passenger department running Sunday excursion itraitas. Heretofore it has been nn anti-Simday-excTiirslon road.- It is stated .Chat K. H, Wade, general manager of the Southern California, formerly general ui-auager of the Wa- basli, can Imve tli-e Hist vice presidency of the Santa Fe lines if he wi31 accept it. John P. Ramsey, chief engineer of tho Peor.i-a & Pekin Union, has been offered a position'on a Southern road, with a tempting salary. Mr. Ramsey Is a brother of General Manager Ramsey of the Wabash. WilllUun Bonner, general Western freight ag'erat of the Pennsylvania Una?, accompanied by different division agentis, is making a. trlpwer the West- cm lines getting- better acquainted with agents and shippers. The party travels on a special trato. • The strike of the coal -miners on the Indianapolis & Viacennes fe proving of real benefit to one of the mining Interests on uhait i-oad, the Co-operative Conl company, whiah is composed of former miners. Of course, they have not joined Che strAkere, and are gettiing out from fifteen to twenty carloads of coal per day, which Is ooasld&red good business for a concern so short a time IE bust-. ness. Tlhc O'h-to Supreme court has handed down a decision defhidng what baggage constste of: It being such articles of personal necessity or convenience na- are usually carried by-passengers for their personal -use. It does not Include merchandise or other valuables designed for ohlier purposes or 'for sale. The court futther decided tliat equity will not Interfere by injunction to' require a raJJirpaid company to permit Its car HOW'S THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Eeward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure! F. ,T. Cheney & Co., Props,, Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tlie last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by tlie firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug. gists, Toledo, 0. WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, ' Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle.. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. ABOUT FRUIT TREES. A Iiortlcu'lturiist says that putting n llltitle manure around the trunk of a l.rce i.s like.feeding a horse by eying a bag of oats to Jiiis hind legs, and does Just about as much good, inasmuch as the feeding roots of Uio tree are not. at tlie triiu-k. Outline tlie shadow o-f a tree cast at noon on a bright day a.nd scatter the food three or i'our feet within, it, and it will be where it will do the most good. As to tlie food, stable manure will do for apple trees, but: not for poaches, whereas wood ashes or mur- iates o-f potash is good for all. INVENTORS AND BUSINESS MEN. Perspective and Mechanical Drawllft prepared for the Patent Office and tat Commercial purposes. j Dravrings and Specifications of BlM» trical and Hydraulic devices prepaMj r including Alarm Batterias, Coud uctors, Cutonts, Electric Magnets. Coils, Keys, Lightning Meters, Registers, Recorders Switchboards, Telegraphs, Telephonic Appliances, Electrical Clocks, Hydraulic, M*> chauical. Mercurial and Rotary Ale Pumps, Accumulators, Compressed All and Water Elevators, Double ActtBf Drainage and Force Pumps, Lift uC Oil Cups, etc. Byron B. Gordon. Draughtsman and Patent Attorney- Block, Logansport. Loganspoit ECONOMY AM) ICE. "If you wish--to be economical with the iee iiu your ice box,'' says an e.-c- cliange, "do not let it rim entirely out before refilling. When you do so the temperature is raised, the ice melis faster, tho condition.of things kept in the box Is not satisfactory and you arc to blame. Keep the ice chamber of the box well filled at all I'Jmes and you wil consume less ice,, while at the sam time the keeping- qualities of the bo: and t;ho satisfaction you derive fron It will be increased greuuly. . THE MODERN BEAUTY. Thrives on good .food and sunshine with plenty of exercise in the open air Her form glows with health and he: face blooms with its beauty. Ill hei system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gantle anc pleasant Syrup of Figs. Made by the California Fig Syrup Company. KAHLO—GASTOX. Au event otf imusua-l Interest In swel society circles at the capital city was the wedding Thursday at Indianapolis of Dr. George Kalilo and Miss Gaston one of tlie most beautiful youngVomen of Indllemapolis. AVOID CUBE-ALLS. Zoa-Phora Is. compounded solely for diseases of ii^pcn. In Its sphere It has no equal. Sol'd by B. F, Keesling and Ben Fisher. . Mrs. R, DeYoung,^ Mldleburg, la,, writes:.! have used One Bflnute Cough Cure for E.Ii-years, both for myself and children, and I consider It the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used,—J. M. Johnston. Say! have,-you seen those new watches, ladies' size, fy-ee with 1 boys', children's and men's suits at Otto's. Children Cry for Etcher's Castorla. Natural and Artificial Gas 3 HjJjiJtijFirj of each month, ten day's grace. AM bills pay? able at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street. Special— Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, Juiy, August and September. Do You Think of fainting YOUR HOUSE? If so, I can sell you your paints cheaper than any man on earth. B» F. KEESLING "ft '••;• -f. V$ . :S THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OP THE PICNIC is the spread, to which nil bring hearty appetites to be nppcoscd'by Van Camp's - Pork and Beans Prepared with tomato iauce. The ever ready luncheon. Convenient for n]l outdoor meals; picnics, excursions, Jislnnjr parties, csmvitoK, summer housekeeping: and peneral Libia use. Good hot or cold. Send 6c for sample can. Three sizes, Van Camp Packing Co.>lnditnapo!i!,lnd.

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