Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 20, 1896
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Washing windows is another one of the things that Pearline(Stta?p)" does best. With 'that,' the',glass -is. never cloudy-—is always, clear and bright. Washing it ^is less, trouble, of course—but that is the case with everything that is washed with Pearline. And about the sashes and the frames; remember that Pearline, when it takes die dirt off, leaves the paint on. Haven't you noticed that certain imitations are not so particular about this ? • 407 THE RAILROAD Managers Decline to Reduce Transportation Rates. Company Comes unexpectedly the housewife _[ is often puzzled as to what •I to get for dinner. Then time is doubly precious. If when, so caught she only has a^\f package of "*" NONE SUC1 MINCE MEATll In her pantry she can, In n few 'minutes, prepare tlie best of nil (Icii.smx—Kooti mince plo. TMnk fotli. No peeling.chopping, soedlnpf, 13 ppickine uuci mixing. A pnckngc of* [ None!such, costltic only Iu cts., wlllj' two Iar£o pies. MitkCK perfect I KrultCnko and Fruit Pudding nlso, I Got a pitclcaga to-day from your prrocor, Tako no substitute. \ Send 7Onraddr*w«, jiftmilltf thin pa r, and wo will Hum! yon firt. ANECDOTE OF GAKFU3LD. W. E. Curtis, iu f.he Chicago Record tells the following I.nterosfing anci-dote of Gat-field: -'Gen. Garlield had more money a few days after li-is nomination , than lie ever had at any time in Ills life, j Ife reached Cleveland from ihe Chica:,'.' i f-ouvenliou with Just ijtoO in liis pocket. i Thai: reprosenied all tl'.o wealth he. had | in the world, except hi.* nuirlgagi.-d home ,-ir Mentor, Knowing ihis circumstance. Mr. Sylvester T. Kveivlt. Ihe well known Cleveland banker, in whose lionse ,he was a gue.si', starled out one mon.-ii.ng wi.tli a little siihserip- i.lou paper, aud came back wiih ten ?1.UOO diet-lis. one of which bo re Ms <>w.u sigmltiiiT-, Hi; Jixed up a bank book wiitli a package of blank cheeks, put them all in an envelope, and :it the first opportunity handed die package t-i Garlield wiih a remark that there was a little pin money for liis personal expenses during the campaign and :i:i explanation that not a penny o-t' it was iu be spent for politico] punw-ses. When tin: general reaH/.ed the amount and the nature of ('lie gift lie fell upon Everett's neck and wept like a child. He said th:U the greatest load he had to bear had been -taken from him for he had been lying awake at nlghw wondering Low lie was going to meet his personal expenses during the Ciim- naig.n. lie said, too, that bo never had so much money before in liis life. ADVISORY COnrHTTEE General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. . Rumblings are heard of an effort to be made this winter on the. part of farmer* in the Nortlnvcst for n reduction of transportation charges Rates, however, are considered so low by railroad tnanage.r.s Unit tln-y decline to reduce any further, and will vigorously resist :nuy attempt to make them do so. Last year the Great North western had a light of this kind, mill tha matter wa.s taken before the railway commissioners at Minneapolis, where both sides of the controversy were lieard. The fanners testified that OH every bushel of wheat, tliey raised there was a loss at,, market values then current, and that therefore ihey emisidei'- i-il ir ilie duly of i.lic company to share tills los.*. 'J'liu attorney of the Great Nortlieiin asktxl Mie- delegation whethei 1 flicrc would he a hiss ID them if the Givaf Northern carrh'd the wheat for untiling. 'l'iic> I'ai'iiH'rs admitted there wuuld bo. "Theii." said the' attorney, ••ovrii i'f « - c carried flic wheat: for 110- Lbin^. and yon still made a loss, why in i.lniiidi'i- do ymi kerp o<n growing wheat? Why do.u'1. you :.ry something else?" The fanners said they were used to growing wheat and didn't llki' ;o ohau.se. or in other words, Hie railroad was to pay for mismanagement a.iul lack of business judgment. The'Logarisport Humane Societ to Assemble. An Important special meeting of tL Board of Directors ami officers of Hi Logausport Humane society will b held next Monday ' afternoon at o'clock at the ollice of .1, C. Hadlej All Jutersted In this organization are u: vited to attend. E. S. KICK, President. GEO. B. FOKOY, Sec'i Tlie objects of the above named or ga.n-ization as set forth in n Homier ;ssu< of this paper should enlist hundreds o ow citizens as active supporters am nveni'bors. If our neiglvbor, Peru, wit! u population of twelve thousand, cat have an active officer on the street, cer tal-nly Logansport can have a speda agent with a 'much larger membership f>et iis not withhold our endorsement from this worthy cause. * * A hlsh standard or ejctllence. Man) ><s.rs or the "Munson" consider It THE .BEST. You will find It a valuable assistant In jour of- flee. Address tor particulars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. ' 240-24-1 \Ve»t X.»ko St., ClilcliKn, 111. L. G.JEATTERSON Has opened i Fire and Accident Insurance office at 410 Broadway, up etalra, and •ollclts a nharo of the public patronage. None but First Class Companies Repro- nentcd. HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM? Kal.iaiaxoo, Mich., May 5, '9G. I suffered 'greatly with rheumatism for months, I tried numerous remedies, wi-tn no benefit. A friend who Lad been helped by Dr. Jebb's Rheumatl- curo persuaded me to try that. I obtained two bottles. The- effect surprised me. The first bottle nearly cured, me, and by the time I had used the second I was completely cured. I-am careful as to what I -endorse, but I most unqualifiedly recommend that remedy. On my evidence several severe cases have tried it. and Iu every Instance, so far as I know, it lias produced a perfect cure. W. F. PARSONS, President Parsons' Business College aud Shorthand Institute, Sold ou a positive guarantee by B, F. Keeslin^ and Ben Fisher, ADVISORY COMMITTEE. The advisory committee irf' fhe voluii- tary.rolk'C department. <>[ the Pennsylvania Hues we.st of Pittnlmrg selected for the ensuing year are: Charles IT. Avet'y, Eastern and Toledo divisions; P. Duffy, Erie, Ashtabnlii and Cleveland Plttsburg divisions: W. E. Davis, western division: IT. Whitcotnb, Pitte- btrrg diivision; J. W. Fiufrock, Indianapolis, Richmond and Cincinnati divisions; Robert Green, Chicago, Louisville and .Indianapolis and Vincenuos divisions. For the several members o£ the committee a total nf 1.1,079 votes were cast A telegram from Richmond says Conductor J. W. Finfrock of that city received word yesterday of his ejection to the membership on the advisory board of the Peuusylvaula voluntary relief! department. He polled the largest vote ever cast on Qlectorlal division No, r> atid also more votes than any other member of the advisory committee. CARLI.K DERN WILL HAVE LEGS Delphi .Tourual: Carlie Deru. the little t'i.<llo\v who lost his legs by d'.-illins under 11 freight train on the Wabash several mo-nl.hs ago, was taken to Chicago by his father. Silas Deru, and Dr. W. Smith and arrangi'inenls were made to have him lilted out with a pair of cork legs. The lir.m liia:: makes the leg. guaranteed that lie will he able 10 run and jump and i.n every way be a boy again. Nearly !£."il) was raised by ."Judgi? Baldwin's lecture and out of the bigness of lii.s lie.'iJt. Dr. Smith made up tin; difference whii-h was more ihan rhp fund raised. In ihe csrinnatiun of a great many people this is one way of laying tip treasure in heaven. JOE KINNEY WENT HOME IIAITY Delphi Jouni.-i!: Mr. ."Joseph Kiimi.'y. :i iiiembw of fhe Logansport city council, who suffered greatly from rhen- mat.ism Tor several months, oamu to Dolplii fen days a^-i) ;n test ihe vir:u"s of the water at tlie (Sanitarium. He went homo last. Friday completely cured and felling better than lie had felt for years. Mr. Kiiiuey has been connected with the Panhandle railroad for a long timn and states that there ar many employes of tliat corporation ivh could be greatly benefited by the ware at this place. It is unnecessary to stat that lie will give it a good word whc:i ever opporfcmii'ly oilers. He'stales iha his condition wa« getting serious am that he Is s.-ulsliod that the baths savei him a long siege of sickness. Read This. SUMHER SUITINGS. To those wlio are looking Cor something light and airy, something to keep cool in, we would si y, try our ?o line of skelton serge coatt and vests. They are of exec lent equality, and price Ls right. We also have them in any grad e and price desired. We also have full line of Alpacas, Dratatas an d light woolen garment*, from S1.25 up. Get an outfit, it will make you-feel good. BICYCLE GOODS Latest out tu bicycle BUI from $3 to $7.W per suit. TV bolts, hose, racing suit-s au keep a full line of those poo stock. LS with caps to match, ranging in price e carry best grades of bicycle sweaters, d caps. Golf pattern if preferred. We ds, and can supply anything not In SPECIAL SALE KNEE PANT5. This week we are makin £ a special sale of certain lines of children's knee pants, iu wash g oods, and medium summer weights, at r pair. Full assortment we make the lit. simply to reduce stock. Those who his line should call at once, and make ots are broken up. from 0 cents 10 10 ceius p<< price that w.ill close them, o are looking for bargains in t their selection.*, before the 1 JOHN D. FERGUSON & CO. 322 MARKET STREET. J. 1>. FEUOUSON. A. f JENKH Inventors and Business Men. RAILROAD NOTES. On a hot day there* s nothing like a cold drink of HIRES Roolbeer to make you forget ifs Sitrnmer. Easy to make. THiAi only urTht Clwrlos H. niroi Co., PMliJolpliH. A A.', p Kiusc laato 5 colto*. SM « n-r; »0t«. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, .7UNE 20, 1SOG.. Two wheels, cheap.—717 North street. Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison's. . Syif ens's gallery at 414 Market open. Competent workmen. Work guaranteed. Wanted—100 boys and girls to take one oue-ihoiH 1 lesson a day In penmanship at'Michael's university. Tuition $4 for two .mouths. Landretb Seed Company of Philadelphia, hare been seed growers for one hundred and fifteen years. Harrison If their agent In Case comity. The Vnudalla Line opens the excursion season June 21st by making a round trip rate ot ?2 to St. Joseph and $1 to Lake Maxlakuekce. Train leaves the station every Sunday at 7:00 a. in. Rotumlng arrives at Loganspon at 10:20 p. m. Delphi Journal: The farmers of Carroll county have cut considerable rye during the past few days. More ryo is being raised in -thto county than over before. The reapers will enter the wlicat fields this woe!: and by Saturday night considerable wheat will-have been placed in Uie shock. The reports Indicate that the beat wheat in Carroll county la north ot the l Wabash river. A YOUNG IXVENTOR. Delphi Journal: Lewis Sterrett, oC Rock Creek township, a bright young man of seventeen, lias interested his conuuuni'ty in several mechanical con- .trivauces. Among them is a new scheme for perpetual motion and another ;.s a new telephone device by which he lias connected his chicken farm with the residence, a distance of half a mile. Ycfirng Sterrett Is interested in raising chickens and watermelons find when the watermelon season opens he expects to give a,u exhibition of the various attraction.* on, the Sterrett farm. OBTAINING PIPE LINE RIGHT OF WAY. The Indiana Tipe Line & KeOnlng company has authorized R. H, Cole, of Peru, to/obtain tlie right of way through the northern part of Miami county and survey the same with it view oC laying the pipes of the oil line which ivil! extend froiM Wells county to Whiting. The line, perhaps, will extend twelve miles in Miami county n.iul fifteen miles in Wabasb county. White County Democrat: The Idavllle Observer this week gives an account of two young Idavtlllaus Just returned from college, who celebrated their advent Into that peaceful burg by dellv^ erlug themselves of tliat Idiotic dam- phoolishness called .the college yell. They should have been unceremoniously hustled to the edge of town and set to bugging potatoes. Of all the idiotic unmitigated, nansensiicaJ knock-kneed, hair-brained nuisances that aie Inflicted on an innocent and unsuspecting public the "college yell" leads the 'procccsslon. The Vandalia pay car arrived yesterday. Supt. Hatch wa.s at Torre Haute lost uight. The fight of Uie eastern and western roads over the wool rate is approaching white heat.. • O. E. Itaidy, tralrjimasler of the Kleh- mond division oC the Tauhnndle, was here yesterday. Robert Farridaj\ of the engineering corps, of the Pan-handle has been transferred to the C. and r. division and is located at Wellsville. At Ft. Wayne the Wabnsh shopmen's pay roll from the month of May will exceed that of auy previous May for a dozen years say.s the Sentinel oC that place. New engine work and an unusual amount of repair work is the cause. The Wabash js one of the very few railroads that Iras done a good business this'year. It is now six mouths since the Poiui- sylraiiJa. conip.'Miy begun to operate its own dining cars, and it is stated that they are now on a paying basis. When the FuHmau company operated .tiiein the Peniisyiv.nilji company . was frequently called up.on to make up a deficit. It is claimed tliat the service is mucli more satisfactory to the patrons of the lines. ' Browning McKinley Gratterlahu is the name of a boy baby whose place of nativity was OB the early morning train of the Mouon one day last week, between Eose Lawn and Englewood. The mother was removed from the day coach to the sleeper for the Important event. Conductor Browning was in charge of the train, nnd lilie baby was christened by the passengers, the fond mother consenting, and a purse of silver dollars was presented In behalf of the child. HOW'S THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by HaJl's Catarrh Cure! F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 13 years, aud believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by tae llrru. ' - ~ WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WALDIXG, KINNAX & MAKVIX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken- Internally, acting afrectly upon th'e Mood nn'd mucous surfaces of tlie system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. - VERY CLOSE TIMES. Fountain City Enterprise: In a letter from U. M. Wingard, of Blue Springs, Neb., he says that Jt is very close limes^with every body there. They have lost their crops for three years in succession by drouHi. He says they are baring plenty of rain now, but corn that wa.s "listed" before the wet weather set in is like a wilderness of woods. The corn .is twelve fitches high 'and the .weeds three feet high. Designs far letter heads, bill heads prepared for busiuess purposes. DraAvings oC all kinds prepared for newspapers, etc. Claims for letters of patent prosecuted, BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. LogansporU L Natural and Artificial* Gas Bills dua the Firs of each month, ten day's grace. AH bills pay-. able at the office of the Company, 317 Pearf Street. , Special—Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, July, August and Sop- ember. NOTICE. All members of Purity Lodge, D. of R., I. 0. 0. F., are requested to attend a called meeting Saturdtiy, Tune 19, at 7:30 o'clock prompt. By order of Noble Grand, • EMMA WATTS, ELLEN COMINGORE, Scc'y. A Complete Meal. A can of Van Camp's Pork and Beans will satisfy a whole family. Always moist, fresh and ready to be eaten. At all grocers.' VAN CAMP'S BOSTON B, poR 1 AN 1 EXCURSION TO INDIANAPOLIS Via Pennsylvania, Lines, .Tune 23 and 24, for the Democratic State convention of- Indiana. Low rate iwind trip tickets will be sold via Pennsylvania LIues; valid returning. June 27tb, inclusive. Send 6c in itampi tnd we will lent! )ou a ,anpl« cm. Van Camp Packing Co., Indianapolis, lod. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. & Children Cry for ^etcher's Castorla. . THE MODERN BEAUTY. Thrives on good food and suuahlne, with plenty ot exercise ia tlie open air Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and' pleasant Syrup of Figs. Made by the California V- ~,yrup Company. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier .re sidtag at Monroe, Mich., was severeJj afflicted with rheumatism but r.eeelve( prompt relief from pain by using Cham berialn's Pole Balm. He says: "At Bmes my back would nche so badly that I could hairdly raise up. If I. had not patten relief I would not be here to •write these .few lines. .Oliamberialifs Pain BaJm has done me a great deal oC KOO 1 and I feel very thankful for It." For saJe by B. F. Keesllng, George Harrison htiadlfrs Landreth'i seeds only. . ; New pe;is.—RolJiermel. Watermelons at Foley's. Chickens to fry.—Iraut, K.resh celery at Rotbermcl's. Head the new ad of /Sclunitt Iloluly. Now for peach cobbler. Foley has the peaches. All kinds of berries and California fruits at Traut's. No exceptions made, all jro, be it suit,, pants, hats or shirt, at 30c on the dollar. —Harry Frank. Coats and vests 50c. Best alpaca coat $1,00. Linen pants TiOc. Underwear Hie. Percale shirts GSc. —Harry Frank. . • • Do j-oii want to Invest-In gold nil-Dins', istock to. the best gold producing- district .in tills country at Cripple Creek, Col.? If so, call on Jacob Hera for particulars.! DEPAUW UNIVERSITY YEAl BOOK. The Journal acknowledges receipt o the year book of DePauw Univers'tj for the year iSO'j-M. It Is noticed iu tlie statistics of enrollment that during ihis year there has beenrau increase i rlMj attendance ot students. At the-be ginning o£ tlie-year there seeius to bavi been a falling off as compared with (he preceding year, but after tlie holidays there was a very large increase In the enrollment, so that the number of students aggregates more tlian for the pre- v'ous year. DePauw University Is celebrated for Its strong- curriculum of study, its very efficient faculty and the excellent spirit of good order aud application to work.' There have been some unfortunate rumors respecting the finances of this institution, still as compared will) tlie majority of church schools it remains, far in tlie lend. It has 0 buildings, campuses amounting tojover 100 acres, and an annual Income of over $3$,000.00. Best of'all. it is entirely free from debt.. This Is certainly a much better showing than some of the reports of former years would indicate. The zeal aud efficiency of the faculty, the enthusiasm of the students and the practical devotion- of the friends of this institution promise great success for the coming years. OFFERS A PREMIUM FOR BABIES lion. Simou P. Thompson, of Rensselaer, is nothing if not original and unique. Mr. Thompson owns a 4,000 acre tract of land -near Rensselaer which he several years ago divided Into twelve farms, equipping- each farm witli a. house .barn, cribs and other buildings. Mr. Thompson then an- loimccd a series of rewards, not for 'D, nor wheat, nor oars, nor anything else that gro\t*> hi the ground, lie imply pays ,«100 to the parents of very' child bom on bis fnrm. Subscribe for the Journal, 40 cents er month. 'Itcher's Castorl* Children Cry for

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