Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 22, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, January 22, 1891
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D. E. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialt};-. 516 E. Broaday st. "DEEDS NOT WORDS.' And Such DeodK tlint L,o^;ins|>orl limy Smile Pleasingly Upon Her Wortliy Citizens. HEAD EVEKY LINE. Yesterday forenoon witnessed the first attempt at money getting 1 upon the i side of Assembly Real Estate FOP Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport.- Residence and Business'property. Sole Agents for the --West End Adii- tion." And Johnsoa's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Taliiott & Son, Real Estate BroKer, St. Elmo Blosk,, Broadway DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Kesideiice over 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, - - , IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic -Diseases and D.'seases of Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bel! Promptly Responded to. good project, the picture of which is given. Generosity is not common to every human breast. It is rarer than the richest gems; yet in less than two dare trespass upon their equities in this case? They justly have the precedence in. this scheme. Is their just pride to be compromised, or will Logansport get a-park and the Trades Assembly be crowned? ' When interviewed yesterday concern ing the manner of improving the south Park Mr. Webster said: "The alleyways and abutting properties along this portion of the park have more than once been spoken of RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. ClettiM ;trom Hie Note-Book of Our Hall way Reporter—Points Pcr- KOIIU.I and OtliorwlNc. hours yesterday forenoon, Mr.. Weld- j by myself and others. In fact, some on Webster collected written guaran- three months ago, when travelin, tees in the sum of seven hundred dollars from private citizens, as a good the grounds with Mr. Geo. was then spoken of by us 1 over Cheney it both, Mr. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 22, Otto presents the boys a bag of marbles. Beechara's Pills cures sick headache. d6t The lowest prices, always, at the Golden Rule. Go to Randolph & Cheney for bargains in buggies. jan!7d2t For rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E Hale. novidtf . Free Reading Room at No. 321 Pearl street. Open day and evening, dtf We offer some extra good values in short lengths dress goods.—Golden Rule. A bag of marbles with a 25 cent liannel waist, at Otto's, of course, a friend of the boys. SniLOn's CCKE will ^immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis.. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling . . 8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. »F. Keesling 1 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS 'made .miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. ' . 2 WHY WILL vou cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $11 Sold by B, F. Keesling. 7 Nervous -debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6; A tremendous r-rash on .prices of -wool underwear and wool hosiery, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher, "odd and end" sale. We are offering your selection from our stock (any department) at greatly- reduced prices during our clearance sale.—Schmitl & Heffley. Uniform Rank Xo. 1, Order of Chosen Friends, will give a grand ball at the rink, Thursday evening, February . r )th. A large number of Chosen Friends from other cities will be in the city for the dance. jan21d2f Jerome Smith, of Belhleham township, was engaged in raising a barn on his place Monday, when he was injured severely by a tie of the barn falling on him. He was ipjured about the head and a fracture of his right leg. Kokomo Dispatch: Department Supreme Chancellor P. Mahoney, of Logansport, accompanied by Rev. Kreag- or and others, are here to-day,'guests of the C. B. L. Mr. Mahohey installs the C. B. L. officers to-night at their hall. ; . A large number of tickets have been sold for the benefit dance given by the newly organized Uniform Rank >?o. 1, Orclor of Chosen Friends, The "*•" "" -^ fo 1 * f.hrt faith toward the building or. Assembly jChensy remarking that it had been Park. This spoke in "deed* not I = man words.'" The first Hardy whose been so often started the list met was Alexandei dukal liberality put to the test. He with a guarantee of .*210. The second met was George Haigh. George is kindly disposed toward the city in which he lives. He is a nineteenth century man. He will not giv less than $100. No other person'wa thus tested till the magnificent, struc ture on the corner of Fourth and Broadway was approached, where ttn chink of gold and silver was heard and Mr. Webster walked in. Mi- Johnson was then approached. Mr. Johnson modestly replied, "that i would perhaps be best for others more worthy than' himself to subscribe before -him." but added, that --if it would*ao, he .vould cover the Hardy donation." Mr. Johnson then generously set down the sum of S210. He also is a nineteenth century man. May his life be prolonged, and may fate make him richer. After the above transaction Mr. J. P. Webster, the jeweler, gave his written guarantee for §300.. Martin Bligh, who had been previously approached, signified his willingness to make the. list grow with $100 ' . Webster considering this sufficient for a first trial, closed the books for the day. The noble live hundred, whose progressivism has given birth to this grand project n ill receive the news with rapture. What hand of cunninf not suggested some years ago that the park be cut in two and the south strip sold but added wisely this would seri- has' ously reduce the park in size and really destroy it for park purposes. This led us into further discussion and I suggested that a beautiful hedge, trained high and commanding .and kept handsomely pruned would form, a, leafy wall'of emerald, and screen the eye from the objectionable features Mr. Cheney then coincided and added that -'grand old shade trees could bl planted along at proper intervals and in time their interlacing branches would mask the-phice in foliage." It was then thought that if poplar trees at wide distances assuader together with the hedg'e and shades were planted along this line the effect would be pleasingly picturesque. Poplars are of remarkably swift growth and attain a wonderful height. If this were done along this lice tbis scene would surprisingly beautiful and completely mark - all objectionable features. . This is why I like that scheme •ather than the mutilation of the field; vhich it must be acknowledged is but •juar.tering things, so that many beau- iful drives will be distroyed. It seems o.rne a ruthless hand, that would cast ..-.blot upon the above picture." "Mr. Wils Berry whose judgement n such matters and whose fame as an rList ranks him high among" the lead- rig publishers of the East, gave me my final w;i,ranty for this form of making the southern margins of the ark." A Huntington, Ind., special says: — The trouble between the officials of the Chicago & Erie railway and the Order of Railway Conductors, growing out of the discharge of a member of the order who had been employed as a train-dispatcher, culminated to-night in a strike. From sixty to seventy conductors went out, and they have not only the sympathy of the Engineers, Firemen and Switcbmens' Brotherhood, but their promise that they will refuse to work with imported help. The general officers of the company are in Chicago, and it is said, that, in anticipation of trouble, have perfected arrangements to supply the places of members of the order with outsiders. A special train is reported en route from Marion, O., with from fifty to one hundred men to take the places of the strikers. The train- dispatchers also went out with the conductors. The strike has the sanction of Grand Chief Conductor Clark,, who has been on the ground for several hours. It is also reported that Chief Arthur, of the Engineers' Brotherhood, and Sargent, of the Firemen's Brothel-hood, together with the grand officers of the trainmen's and switchmen's orders, have been notified that their presence may be desired. Scott was a dispatcher at Huntingdon, and about a month ago, it is alleged, gave orders which, if carried out. would have resulted in a collision. The mistake i.s said to have been discovered in time to prevent an accident, and Scott was suspended. The succeeding events leading up to the strike are told in a letter from General Manager Tucker, received by Train-dispatcher Zeisel at Huntington within the past day or two. well satisfied TA Cl AUS SOAP BEST LAUNDRYSoAP iijtlje v/or!d ALLQ R . Chicago Jln KEEP IT. TfclcetK|ori tlic I>e»msj Ivania Lines. On and after January 20th. 1891, individual and non-transferable One Thousand Mile Tickets, good over all Divisions of the Pennsylvania System West of Pittsburgh, will be sold at rate of two cents poi-mile, or' $20.00 each, by Line Agents at principal points. •All forms of mileage tickets heretofore issued for the Pennsylvania Lines—still unused and unexpired as to time limit—will be honored on and after above date, on all roads operated The letter notes the dismissal of Scott outright, a-odsays: Had my first decision .to the effect that Mr, Scott be suspended for thirty days been accepted there would'have been no disposition to change the decision, and Mr. Scott's reinstatement at the end of that time would probably have followed as a matter of course. But the very radical stand taken by yourself and the conductors and engineers, wherein you demanded that Mr. Scott be reinstated unconditionally and threated serious trouble if the demand was refused, has led to a more careful consideration of the facts. JSfo one doubts tha-t Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy really cures Catarrh, whether the disease be recent or of long standing, because the makers of it clinch their faith in it with §500 guarantee, which isn't a mere newspaper guarantee, but "on call" in a, moment. That moment is when you prove that its makers can't cure you. The reason for their faith is this: Dr. Sage's remedy has proved itself i.'the right cure for ninety-nine out of one hundred cases of Catarrh in the Head, and the World's Dispensary Medical Association can afl'ord to take the risk of you being the one hundrelh. The only question is—are you willing to make the test, if the makers are willing to take the risk? If so, the rest is easy. You pay your druggist oOcents and the trial begins. If you're wanting the $500 you'll get something better—a cure! by either the Pennsylvania Company or the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company, and only One Thousand Mile Tickets will ,-be thereafter sold. K. A. Foiux Gen'l Passenger Agent. Pittsburgh. Jan'y 1,5. 180]. d&wtofebl The New .Discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonderful tbino- o aboulitis, that when once given' a trial Dr. King's New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used it and should be a'filicled with a cough, cold or any. Throat, Lung or Chest trouble."secure 1 ' aboille ;it once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's Drugstore. to24 Something New ii> Corii-Xcw KiJn J>rled Corn Meal. This process retains all the sweets and nutriments of the corn. It is this process that has given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To be had at the leading groceries. We are also manufacturing pure whole wheat Hour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more nutrition, in this Hour than in DR. J. MILLER & SONS—Gents: I can speak in the highest praise of your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told'. by my physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming. I bad a hard cough,' "difficulty in breathing, and bad been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better, and in a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are [sound—Mrs. A. B Turner. Randolph, Mass. If the food is not properly digested it becomes corrupt, and poisons the system 1 it is intended to nourish. This is indigestion. -My wife has suffered for many yerrs with indigestion. After trying everything alse recommended, she tried Simmons Liver Regulator. In three days after taking it according to directions she was in perfect health; she does not suffer at all and can eat anything she wants without any of her previous symptoms." to24 W. C. Subers. Bainbridge Ga. No :ttauer?How Hard any druggist tries to sell you his own. cough medicine, remember he does it because he makes more money on it Insist on having Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, for there is no cough remedy so pure and none so "" quick to break up a • cold. For influenza, soreness of the throat and tickling irritation with constant cough. Kemp's Balsam is "an immediate cure. Large bottles 50 cents and $1, At all eod CliiiiieKof Noruiunily. This charming opera is being rehearsed, at. the "Free Reading Rooms," and will soon be produced with all the splendor of scenery, chorouses, cos- fjBurnettsviile Correspondence: — ± funny accident occured last Frida that might have proved fatal. Be fore Frank-Davis started for home h loaded his pipe for a smoke on the wa and in doing so he unguardedly put in a small cartridge and he had not pro ceeded very far until it went off with noise that was of itself alarming anc for a few moments a serious querj arose in his mind as to whether som one had shot him or not but find ing the smoke came from his mouth he finally concluded that he himself hac exploded and upon a more careful examination be discovered that his pipe was gone and on looking around -he found the pipe and himself unharmed. STATE OF Oino, CITY OF TOLEDO, ) • LUCAS COOKTT, j ' s3 ' FKANKJ. CHENEY makes oath that he Is the senior partner o£ the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aCorsald, and that said (Inn will pay tne sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor each and «vejy case of-Catarrli that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATAJ:KH CDHK. FRANK J. CHENEY. • -Sworn to betor'e ma a.nd subscribed In my presence, thlsCtli day.of December, A. D. 18S3. •" ~ J —> A. W. CLEASON, I SEAL 1 ', Kotary Public. Hall's Ciiturib Cure Is tuken Internally and acts directly upon tne blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0. 5?"Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Do you play marbles? Well, if you- do. remind the governor that now is ''if time to buy knee pants and short Disorder* wliIoIiAffcct ilic Kidneys Are among the most formidable known. Dl- abetes, Brlglit's disease, gravel and other complaints of the urinary organs are not ordinarily cured In severe cases, but they may be averted by timely medication. A useful stimulant of the urinary glands has ever been found In Hosletter-s Stomach Bitters, a medicine which not only affords the requisite stimulus when tlu;y become Inactive, but Increase their vigor and secretive poner. By Inc'easing the activity olthe kidneys and bladder, this medicine has the additional effect-of expelling iroiu the blood Impuriiies which it is the peculiar office of the organs to eliminate and pass o(f. The Bitters is also a purifier and strengthener of the bowels, an in- vlgorant of tlie stomach, and a matchless remedy for biliousness and fever and ague. Ic counteract a tendency to premature decay, and sustains and comforts the aged and Infirm. . U>22 Attention, Division IVo. !i(>, I!.'.11. K. of P! You are hereby ordered to assemble at armory to-day at 1. o'clock to attend the funeral of our late Brother, Sir Knight John C. Clendenen.' GEO. A. LIXTON. Capt. Di A . GEO. GojfSER. S.-K. R.- . Notfte. Any subscriber failing to receive his paper regularly and promptly will" 'lease report this fact to me at this ffice. . . HEXKV F. Jox. Circulator. For Sale iiud Delivery. Pure timothy hay for, horses, and lover and timothy, mixed, for cow?, rders at my office, '.. novlodtavf'tf D. D. DYKEMAX Or old or young, or grave or gay, • .. Those who now let their teetli'decay, With breath we can't endure; The thor- 'hoii- attar life will Jinui:t. 'ODONT, rp. '«'"* tumes ( and orchestra. The ladies meet for rehearsal each afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the gentlemen will meet in the evening, beginning this, Thursday, evening at 7:30. Much active interest is being manifested by the young people in this enterprise, and the lady managers of the Free Reading Room are to be commended for their zeal and courage in their efforts to replenish their treasury by inaugurating a class of enterlaimnents that will' be educational to those who participate, and will afford a healthful amusement to all who shall be so fortunate as to witness the performances, Tlie Bee MTiveV Sale. The ladies by their liberal, patronage yesterday again showed their a7-ipreciation of the advertisement of the Bee 'Hive. Their semi-annual clearance sale opened out yesterday is proving an immense success. There never was such a "lay out" of valuable house furnishings at so' low prices as this season. You will do yourselves a service of importance "by attending this sale.. • any other made. We now pre- feed in any pared to grind corn for quantities declld&wtf D: & C. H. UHL. The Press (NEW YORK) FOR 1891. Attention, Kui^litN of. I'yihiu's! You are hereby ordered to assemble at Castle Hall to-day at 1 o'clock to atten'd the funeral of our late Brother. John C. Clendenen. •JOHN A.' VIXEV, C. C. GEO. GONSOE, K. R. S. Marbles, a bag ..of marbles with children's .pants . or any purchase in s' departmental Otto's, which Husband and Have more than-.once been saved bv the timely use of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, after all other remedies have been tried in vain. The Balsam stops decay of. the lungs and cures inlhienza and acute .and chronic coughs. There is no other medicine in the world that acts so promptly, certainly none that docs its work so thoroughly as Kemp's balsam. All druggists sell it. Large bottles 50c, and £1. C od A VAST DIFFEKENCI:.—It makes a vast difference to ; the 'average »man whether he picks up a carpet, tack with.his lingers or his his heel. There is also a vast difference between Dr. White's Pulmouaria and all other cough remedies. It is entirely unlike any other. It is perfectly harmless, and acts like magic in curing a cough. Three sixes, 2,5 cents, 50 cents and $1. and every bottle warranted. to24. An Inieresilnj; Serin of Sermons. .Regeneration will be the subject of a series of four sermons _on successive Sunday evenings in the Baptist church by the pastor. Rev. W. H. Marsh. The topics and dates of the sermons are: Third Sunday evening, January 25. ••Necessity of Regeneration twofold." Third Sunday evening Feb. 1. "Regeneration an act of God." • Daily. Sunday. Weekly, 6 pages, 1 cent. 20 pages, i cents. 8 or 10 pages, 2c. The Aggressive .Republican Journal Of the Metropolis A NEWSPAPER FOR THE MASSES Founded December 1st, 1837. Circulation over 100,000 copies DAILY. THE PRESS is the organ of no faction; Ipulls r • ilres; lias no animosities to avenge. The most remarkable Newspaper Success in New-York. The I'rc.ss.is a National Newspaper Clie.,ip news, vulgar sensations'and tr.^h llnd no place in the columns of The Press. The Press has the, brightest Editor!! page in New York. It sparkles with points.. The Press Sunday Edition is a splendid twsntT page paper, covering every -current topic or Interest. . . - . ' . ; ' The Press Weekly Edition contains a-U .the good things of the Daily and Sunday editions. For those who cnuaot afford, the Daily or ara preveisteJ by distance from early receiving it, The Weekly Is a splendid substitute. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM The Press has no superior in Xow York. TJIB WIllilu the reach of all. The best and cheapest • Newspaper published in America. James T. Gott, Ou'iiil, ill., Suy*: He paid thirty-one dollars doctor's bill for his wife in one,year, and one bottle of Bradfield's Female Regulator did her more gaod than all. the medicine she had taken before. . . H. DALE, Druggist Caru- '[{], Write BradfJeld P ' ^ r ia. for r- Bully au<lSmid:ty, oue Year, " " '• ' Giiionthn, ' " - " •" oue •• Daily, only, one.Year,. " " Four months. Sunduy, one year, Weekly Frews .one yeur. Sfi.OO 2.50 .45 - 3.00 1.00 4.0O l.OO Send for The Press Circular. Samples tree. Agents wanted everywhere. Liberal commissions. ' " TltK 1'BKSS, POTTBBBU1I.D1XG, 38 Park Row. « New iup Httle fortune*hnrphnrn mid*lf •ivork fur Im, l>y A7IHB I'ufre, AUHtln, '• '*.infl, Mllri Jno. JJonii, TofcdO. Oblo. ' ot you? Somo vwn over *50fl.0e * "i* i. Voii cnndo itif work and l!v« L (('ho pitmen rtlirrovi from *& n

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