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February 11, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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RAILROAD RUMBLINGS, IERS In order to reduce our vast stock of Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fur Shoulder Capes, we will, for a limited period, give a special Casfc Discount of 15 Per Cent off present reduced prices on every purchase. Correspondence solicited. Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent free to any address. Highest market prices'paid for Raw Fur Skins. Send for Price ' W^\ Current. '^ji&'r v * £>. E. PEYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Brdaday st. Waste OTn»t Cease. To Water Consumers: In pursuance of an .-order of the board requiring an inspection of the taps, I deem it advisable at this opportune time, to call your attention to the fact that, there is. an unnecessary and extravagant-waste of water/ that is proving detrimental to the efficiency of the works and' should be aval t.d soon as practicable. This waste is occasioned in most instances by.defective . water fixtures; and in many cases, I regret to say, by the wanton and careless and often by the deliberate acts of the consumer who appears to be indifferent to consequences so long as he does not- bare to pay for the volume of water that flows through his pipes. The only sure ; cure and remedy for this ailment is the attachment of meters, and the day is not far distant when the city will be to the expense of resorting to this measure if some restrictions are not rigidly enforced. When the consumer realizes the fact that he will have to pay for every gal- on of water he wastes, then he becomes discreet and careful; his fixtures will be kept in good' repair and retrenchment and economy practised. As pertinent to the subject I copy from. "Fire Protection and Water Supply" for 1889 the following: "The amount of water used in different cities varies from 20 gallons per capita per diem to 176 gallons. But it has been proved, by the experience of many places, that an average, of 35 gallons is ample for all domestic, sanitary, manufacturing and fire purposes. The use of any more is wasteful and necessitates expensive works to supply the unnecessary excess. No works can afford to allow the free and indis- Item* from Che Note-Book of Oiir llullivxy Reporter—Point* Eer- Real Estate, For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business'property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, ... Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo -, Bloek. Broadway criminate use of -water, no matter if the supply is abundant; wasteful use means "large expenditures for increased size of mains and depreciation of available head in case of fires. In pump works it means a cost, in addition to the above of about five cents for every thousand gallons wasted." LogansporVhas 850 taps in active operation, which .furnish water to ^Commodore Barnett has secured a Situation traveling for the Order of Railway Conductors. An official of the Wabash says that the- reported reduction of wages on the Wabash is only an equalization of salaries. The road has been paying ticket agents good salaries and allowing them to take commissions, and in that manner theirpyearlv income exceeded that of some of Lhe'highest paid officials. It is to reduce the salaries that the changes are made. Conductor Lew Wallace reached the thirty-fourth mile-stone in his life journey yesterday and the event was duly-celebrated by a first class dinner which a large number of relatives and friends assisted in sampling to their evident satisfaction. The afternoon was spent very, pleasantly in music and social chat, and when the evening shade .prevailed an elegant supper was disposed of. He was Handsomely remembered by his friends, who ex~'pressed the wish that he" 1 might live to a ripe old age, and always'be prosperous.—Richmond Palladium. The announcement of the death of J. IT. McCullough, first vice president of the Pennsylvania company, was quite a:surprise, and a feeling pervades railroad circles that a valuable man to the Pennsylvania company has gone. A.number of railroad men in this section are arranging to attend the funeral. General Supbrinterident Miller and several of the division superintendents left for Pittsburg last night. W. N. Jackson, secretary of DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Besldence ov^r 201 Sycamore St LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and D;seases of Womenand Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. Daily Journal/ WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 11.' Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. . d6t Tor .rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E Hale. nov4dtf The Painters and Decorators' ball at the rink, Tuesday, Feb. 10. febldlO Hereafter the rink will be open for skaticg only on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights. feWd5t M. J. Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole agent forSchlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family "«>• jan22d:mo SHILOH'S COKE will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling . g THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh 1 s Cure. We guarantee it. Sold -by B. F. Keesling SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. ShUoh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F . Seesling. ~:'2 WHV -WILL YOU cough when Shiloh 1 s Cure will give immediate relief ? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and fl. Sold by B. F. Keeslihg. . "7 Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure.- Sold at B. F. Keesling's Nervous debility,; .poor memory, diffidence, sexual .weakness, pimples, cured by Dr! Miles' Nervine. Samples »t B. F. Keesling's. (6) about 4,500 of her inhabitants. To supply the demands of these, -the pumps are discharging about 1,250^000 gallons of water every twenty-four hours, an average of over 277 gallons per capita per-diem; actually pumping seven times more than -is. absolutely necessary providing there was no waste. It does 'not require much foresight to see what the result will be if. this is allowed to continue. With double the'number of consumers we now have, attended by a corresponding waste in the future as has been in the past, the logical sequence is that the pressure will be so reduced that the city will have to provide herself with . steam engines for the purpose of suppressing fires. . The capacity of the works for fire purposes, when erected in 1S76-7, was the throwing "simultaneously, of eight streams of water, one inch thick,' one hundred feet to-day they will not throw'over' five. the Union Railway company, renmrk- ed'last evening that he questioned if .the Union Station at Indianapolis would have been 'built but 'for the effort of Mr. McCullough, who was the originator and financial agent in perfecting the improvement.—Indianapolis Journal. Involuntary Victors. Kokomo Dispatch: Mrs. Meek and daughter , Gusta visited Logansport yesterday quite unintentionally. They boarded the Louisville-Chicago ex-press at the Lake Erie station to go to the Junction to meet some friends expected on an incoming train. The express pulled on over the "Y" to the Pan Handle tracks and, instead of backing-up. to theltation as they fondly supposed it would, shot out for Logansport under full head of steam'. The unwilling passengers could not prevail upon the conductor to stop, and were, carried to- the. City of Bridges. Twenty minutes later they were put on a south bound train and returned home all 0. K. but just a little angry at fate and the conductor. That the abuse of the water privilege should cease is not only essential, but it is positively imperative, if we wish to preserve the utility and efficiency of the works for fire protection, Now that we are receiving our supply of water from the North Side spring wells,-which we'believe is adequate-for all legitimate purposes, it behooves the patrons of the works to be more careful in future, pat the fixtures of their taps in good condition, and stop this useless waste of water that is making • itself felt in the wear and tear of the .machinery of the plant. IEKRENCE McGovEKN, Secretary Water Works Board. Our dear little daughter was terribly , sick, Her bowels were bloated a* hard brick, ' We feared she would die Till we happened to tr as a Pierce's Pellets— they cured her, To While Away Dull Hours. A "Hammer and Needle Party" is the entertainment, a country social club invented the other day. Each lady was requested to bring a needle, spool of thread- and several buttons, and each gentleman a hammer. When all the -materials were on a table each lady picked out a ha-mmer and was given a block and some nails. Each gentleman chose sewing materials and buttons, and the contest began. The ladies drove- as many nails in their blocks as they could in five minutes, and the gentlemen sewed on as many buttons as possible in ten 'minutes. Prizes were given and much laughter provoked. Beware of Ointment* for .Catarrh that' Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derangetne whole' system. when entering it through the- mucous surfa«es Such article's should never Be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. 3. Cheney * Co., Toledo o' contains no mercury, and is taken Internally' atid acts directly upon the system. In' buying Hail's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine! It is taken Internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, t^-Sold by urugglsts, price 75c. per bottle. , re- remarkably quick. Never be without Piece's Pellets in the house. They are gentle and. eff- .ective in action and give immediate relief in cases of indigestion, biliousness and constipation. They do their work thoroughly and leave no bad effects. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. One a dose. Best Liver Pill made, Husband ancT Wife Have more than once been saved by 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 lun°-s and cures influenza and acute and chronic coughs. There is no other medicine in the world that acts so promptly, certainly none that does its work so thoroughly as Kemp's balsam. All druggists sell it. Large bottles' 50c. and $1. _ . eod Two OF A KINTX—A mule will follow a load of hay all day, but he hates to be driven to pasture. There is a good deal of a mule in some people and they are usually troubled with a liver and indigestion and need a reliable remedy, such as Dr. White's Dandelion Alterative. It cure's indiges-. tio'n, biliouness and liver and kidney troubles,' purifies the blood and brings back the vigor of youth. For sale by B. F. Keesling and D. E. Pryor. tolo Call to 8nH>»nion»' 'Union No. 6. The Salesmens' Union of this city owe.their'personal respects to" the illustrious visitor who will be with us .this' evening." Each member should make it a personal matter to lend emphasis to this occasion. Special call at-usual -place' of meeting 'at : 7 o'clock this evening,'prompt. -ln K e,,lou H Scheme *>r Working Un, Tr,,rto Weets With Success. A woman was standing in the door of a magnificent house, A man with an illustrated p !lper held out in front of nun came along, and, seeing the woman, started in .surprise. "Excuse me," ha said, 'hut are you Miss Hortense P'nk- ney?' 'No, I ![m not,'' she shortly replied and ttien looked up the street. . ' par don me, but my motive in asking M perfectly pure, I have a box evidently containing jewelry, intended for Miss I'mkney, and don't know where >iie lives. I have a paper here with her picture in it. and looking at the picture and then at you—say, now, ain't you Miss Pinkney?" "I tell you that I am not. J never heard of her." • . •' "Then you are not a reader of the illustrated papers, -in an illustrated article on the beauties of Chicago, JJiss fmkney's picture appears, but of course if you become angry and refuse to answer a civil question—" ''I am not angry, *ir," she remarked, softening, "f do not-know the ladv I am sure. Let me see the picture please." ' "Here it is," he said, ascending the steps.. "Unfortunately," he added, as ;ne pointed but the picture of a handsome woman, -the name and address has been rubbed oft One of Miss rivals was in our store and ig the picture, tore off the name Miss Pinkney has moved lately and we do not know where she can be found I have never seen'her, myself, butthere is so striking a resemblance between yourself-and her picture " "Oh, I don't look a bit like her I am sure," said the woman, blushing with delight. "Pardon me for disputing your word but you are the very image of her." "Oh, go on; you men are so impudent." , L "I do. not wish to be impudent, Miss I assure yeu." ' j.'ram not a miss, sir, I am madam." _ Ah, you see I have made another mistake, but let me assure you that the fault is yours." She blushed again, and moved easily. "Jf i knew where Miss ney lived I would direct you," she said, but I really never heard of-her." : "Qb, come now, haven't you been often told that she and you "look like twin sisters?' 1 ^'Of course not," she replied, tittering "lou^men are so funny." "I admit that a great many of us attempt to be funny, but how dismally we fail the press of the country too well knows. Wei], I must go now. Aside .from the jewelry, I have a lot of face powder to take Miss Pinkney. She won't use; any but the Zimblecat powder, ' which we make especially for her. Of course we have to cater to her, for her trade is valuable." "How much of the powder have you?" "Oh, quite, a -good deal. I always take out more than enough to serve our regular customers," ' -. "Would you mind letting me look at 16? "Surely not." ; "Just step inside, please." ' When they had entered the parlor-the man showed her a box of pink chalk What is this worth?" she asked. , "Well,-it is worth ten dollars a boxer three for twenty-five. I would advise you to take three boxes as our laboratory is behind and can not supply the demand from the East." "All right, I will take three boxes I do so much like to deal with a thorough gentleman." The chalk was probably worth fifteen cents.—Arkansaw Traveler. ouiiii, AeoLuriUK lonc-iOSt COflJ- > arousing with the ROSEBUD OF ( ^'s^ssi^^^^^^^^^^^. y&a^$^s^%«^^8iS^ DK- 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 had a hard cough, difficulty in breathing, and had been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and' got immediate relief in breathing. I S0 on began to gef better, and in -a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are .'sound.—Mrs. A. E- Tur- ner - dec7d&w6m Randolph, Mass. un- Something New in Cora—Sew" Kiln Dried Corn meal. This process retains all the sweet* 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 flour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more nutrition in this flour than in any other made. We are now prepared to grind corn for feed in-any quantities declld&wtf D. &C. H. UHL. ' Notice. One hundred carpenters wanted im"l mediately.. Call at No. 225 Fourth street, third floor,- any Monday evening at 7 p. m. on or before'March 2, 1891, to join'the Carpenters' Union at $2.50 for initiation fee, as the fee will be raised to. $5 on and after .that date. By order of Carpenters' and Joiners' Union No. 744. J. L. KILEOKX, Pres't. . SETH WEEDEN, Rec. Sec'y. Jan31d2tawlm Pulpit and the Stago. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue;Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has done for me. My Lungg were badly diseased, and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks I took five bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and am sound and well gaining 26 Ibs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny i oiks Combination, writes: 'After a thorough trial and convincing evidences, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, beats em all, and cures -when everything- else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at B. J?. Keesling's Drug Store- Regular .sizes 5oc. and $1.00. to!5 ftlal n ria. s Prophylactic Fluid is held in wide esteem as a specific and preventive. In it we have the means, of rendering the air and water wholesome. ' 'Darbys Fluid is a good disenfector and destroyer of miasmatic matter.—J C. BOOTH, Chemist, U. S. Mint Phila." "It should be used everywhere- impure gases are generated from decomposing matter."_HOLMES STEEL, "' M. D-, Savannah. Ga. tolo ' AN EXCELLENT BARN. Description of One That Has Giren Entir* Satisfaction. I have been reading your description of barns for several years and I will now send you a description of one I built in 1SS7. The size is 70x50 feet. It stands with end to the'bank so as to drive in at the end. The floor is 16 feet wide by 70 feet long. The bays are each 17 feet wide by jo feet-long. The basement is divided into sheep stable, feeding room; horse and cow stable and manure ,shed and hogpon.: The hog pen has a loft over it" for corn. The - sheep stable-.and feeding-room are eight feet high in the clear. The horse and cow stable are nine feet high and the man- .ure shed is 10 feet high. The siding is 18 feet on the main frame. The roof is slate. The barn is painted with two coats of paint, and the whole thing cost §085, besides ray own work and No Matter Monr; M » ivk 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 in fluenza; 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 druggists. ^ For sale. The two-farms formerly owned by Robert McMillen, deceased, situated in Noble, township, the one, one mile and the other two miles northwest, of Logansport. Terms reasonable. For particulars inquire of R. M. McMillen on the premises. R. M. .McMiLLEN, ' W. S. STEWART, Executors. febld4tltaw :A, sheep stable, 16x150 feet; B, feeding room- O, well; S, Btaira; O, cow stable; D, box-stall•F, manure shed, 30x50 feet; Q, drive-way: a hogpen; I, storage. The "flloiher's Friend" Not only shortens labor and lessen pain attending it, but ' greatly dim nishes the danger to life of hot mother and child if used a few month before confinement. . Write 'to Th Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga, for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. tol5 For SaJe ut a .Bargain. For sale or trade for property of less value, .the large brick residence'prop- erty, No. '-48 Spear street.' If not disposed of by March l,-189i; if will be for rent at $300 per year Inquire of Win. Shanaban, 408 Broadway or address me at SanduskjvOhio. feb6d5t F. The date of the Painters and Decorators' dance is Tuesday, February 10. Don't : fail to -''attend.- this .dance, as it will be the" nicest of the sea- b ° n - '-'".' febldlOt I Am Crazed With Toothache and serves you.fight for having neglected to use SOZODONT. Had you^dooe so your mouth have been healthy and your teeth sound. "Get the "snag 1 , 1 pulled out-and commence at once using SOZODONT, thereby 'preserving" the balance of your, teeth. tol5 ;. You-will save- some money if you read the bill folded in this:paper. •what material I- got on the farm. I have a' well of- go_od water in the feeding' room,- also a • large water'- trough -about 100 feet from the manure'shed. The water' runs to this trough from as good a spring as there is in the county. I have room enough' for all the hay, straw, corn-fodder and all other stuff that I want t'o"handle. The stairway and feeding room i s boxed up and serves as an oat bin, and is connected by a spout'with granary above.— F- P <Jal- breath, in Ohio Farmer. . To JTorroos Debilitated Ken. If you will send us your address, we will lifl you our Illustrated pamphelet explaining all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated -Electro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system, and how they will quickly restore yeu to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. - II you are thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and appliances on trail; t**™ , VOLTAIC BELT Co.. -lebTd-wly _ Marshall, Mich. Mrdl Gras-Now OrJeann, ta. For the above occasion the Wabash Railroad will sell tickets on February 6th, 7th; 8th' and'- 9th, good returning up to and including February 24th; $28 for round trip. . febSd7tw2t If YOU WISH ™ Advertise Anything: - Any time i- -' Callonthe i '••".'••• Journal.