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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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hours make one day. You can't make any more out of them—by the clock. But wise, women, .progressive women, can make : each day worth, twice '.as much-to them, just by using Pearline. It isn't on wash-clay only that Pearline ( nou £ ar ) saves j your time, and shortens and lightens your labor, and lets you do other and better things. It's every day, and in all the scrubbing and scouring and cleaning that makes hard work about a. house. Pearline is woman's labor-saver. It takes -away that ruinous, tedious, tiresome rubbing. «» THE Lock Nut Track Bolt Practical. That is SUCH Mince Meat. Plu.-n Pudding, Mince Pic, Fruit Cuke. THE Munson Typewriter Is a Good:Machine.! HEALTH DESTROYING VAPORS, Water impregnated with tlio seeds of malaria, pt'od>uce incalculable^ misery throughout vast poi-tions of the North nail South American continents. The most effective medicinal defence .•i.itiUitst tiii'so product-is of physical inJst-liii'l' is Hosti'tier's Stomach l'>i:ters. Whi-ivvrr llit- jTroiiir endemics, chills and fever. biMcus. reiui'.tent, dumb a true and ajriii' cake aiv prcvalcii:. Hie P.li' l.frs is alike the cl'.osen provenlive and iT.medy, In Mexico. Ooati'inala. on i.lu- Isthmus of Panama awl in South America, no Itsss ;h;ui in the I'nited- States, it has tU-monstratcd its supevla- live cllicacy, :t:ul has received l.hc commendation at' tlio medicaJ pro('css:io:i. ft remedies rhotimat'h. 1 , kidney and sinmac.h al'lmoins, uervousivess aud debility, and counteracts a tendency 10 premature decay and tlio troubles al- r.i'iidani, upon ndvancinu' years. Appetite find tin- ability to sleep arc lioili a'ul- ed l>y ir, Use it with persistence, as !r well dcs^rvt-v* (o be used, awl the (rial will avail you much. their mUleage books for redemption be;fore' ,Tuue 5? mid it coat the. Western Passenger, association about ?2D,000 to redeem the offerings, of which • the scalping-' offices, furulsliod ,1116 si-eater part Eiwtbouud rail shlmaeuia of dead freight Isust week amounted to 02,202 tons, as compared wiitli 01,108, in the PAY STORAGE CHARGE f pm;etlU)S weok - and >W > TS(; iu t! ' c * inic time, last year. Shipments of grain, Hour and provisions aggregated 47,044 tous against 27,411 in the correspond Jug week of 1805, Near Collins la Miami county a four- year-old child was killed 'by an eastbound train on (he Eel River division of the Wabash. The child was with its mother, and was try! IK; to head a. cow Clearance Sale of Ties. General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. Hallway Age: The lock nut track bolt is.inade by tlio Upson Nut company of Cleveland, Oh.io. It will be uoted that there is a slot iu the-nut cud.of the bolt. Tills varies iu depth with the Idiigfh of Tli« p bolt and it is put in at the iliac the bolt Is lieaded ami while the iron is hot. In making the slot uo material is removed. • Tlie lockiiif; is dyne by the ILXO of a cold cliisel, afler tlie bolt is in place and MIR slot: opeueil a.lx>ut ]-.'3- ol! an inch. This enlaiwts the end of tlio holt and changes tin.' pitch of the threads, and [f is clitimed that by this aclion a positive lock Is effected. If it is desired to remove the tint LI. can he ri.-ailily tin .screwed by rhe use of a truck wroiieh. as the slut closes tinder strong; pressure. Ii is staled that this can bu repealed :i great niajiy 1 lines ivllhoiit do stivying the strength of tin- bolt. The kicking device is simple and easy to handle. thnt they were driving from pasture when *liu was rmi down and ki'llcd. Few Know About the sr ak^rs. An Inturestfug God-Fearing People Who Have Given t,he World Many Importaut Discoveries. i high standard of encollence. Mnn ijsers ol the '•Jltmson" consider It THE .BEST. You will tlnd It a valuable assistant In jour of- flee. Address tor partlcnlars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 840-244 West rake St., Chicago, III. L. GK PATTERSON Has opened a Fire and Accident Insurance office at «0 Broadway, up utalrs, and •ollclts a. share of the public patronage. None but First Clasi Companies Represented. Drink your "good healths" with HIRES Rootbcer—it's good health itself. M»<1» on!? t>j Thi Chicle* F, Hlrot Co., PhlMolphU, A 24c, package tuftkui - gillou. Qcld •vtr/wtivrc. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, .TUNE 23, 1800. Bays' tciiuis shoes 31c.—Aaiderson & TORNADOES THIS YKAR. Weal.lior Proplio: IliclW, wliOse predictions struck so forcibly In correctness, says there will be no more tornadoes this season. Mr. I-Uicks, in his almanac published last October, predicted great wiudstoruis during May and advised ]ieople to make preparations for some place to seek sut'eiy. Then again, on April 1-i, In Iiis paper, he predicted the very day of tho great cyclone iu Texas on May ll> and declared that tlie greatest period of disturbances would be from May 23 to 27, the Michigan tornado following on the first lumied date and the St. LoivU disaster on the ST.th. So that we may reasonably conclude Hint what Hicks says goes. NO KVAJSION. There must be no evasion hereafter of the mli! of the Weslorn I'as.'u.'iigiir asso- ciaiion. which lixes a charge on all b;tg- gage lel'l at a .tfatJon over twenty-four liimrs of ~~> cenrs for the first additional twenty-four hoiirs and .10 cents for each simMai* period fliereal'ter. It is charged that some roftds have evaded the rulo liy carryi-ng baggage on freight trains annl rwnoving tlio checks, anil tlien clauiiuig that it did not come under the head of checked baggage, but chnir- unan Caldwdl has got onto this device and 1ms ruled that it-will aot bo permuted. ELECTRIC BITTERS, Electric Bitters Js a medicine suited for any .season, but perhaps more generally needed when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver i* torpid and shiggbh aud the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhajw fa-tal bilious fevers. No- medicine will act more surely in counteracting aud freeing the system r.rom the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, ConstiipaClon. Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. OOc and ifl.OO per botlJe at I?. F. KecwHng's drug sto're. KA1LWAY Tliv expressive bint painful name of ihe "Railway Cripples' assoetation" has been changed to that of the "National Association of Permanently Dlsable/c Railway Employes" a.nd a permaucn organizablon has been formed, witl headquarters at Fi'trtsburg, for "the lui prove'inent, sociaily, morally and in teHect.milly, of its members: to provide a fund for the procuring of artincia' Ttobs, relief of sickness and distress, a/atl to provide for the burial of deceased members." These are worthj- objects, s-nrely, and the organization should appeal powerfully to the practical sympathy of the public. Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison's. Sec our prices—always low on good shoes.—Walker & Ranch. Of course we nJl waut an orange phosphate.—,Tohn -M. Johnston. Tho Broadway Epwortli League wii picuk'k tonight a.t rho park. HcKiiilej" Ixidges and buttons, whole. sale and retail, at Gift'c's book store. Otto sells for .07c, 72c shirts. He i'ur- thor says not to confound his with spi- dc-r web shirts at 3Gc. C. H. Stevens's gallery at 414 Market street Is now open. Competent work' men. Work guaranteed. A No. 1 Stc-rUng bicycle for sale or trade. Call at Parker's grocery, corner Twelfth and Spear streets. Women who are weak and nervous, who have no appetite and cannot sleep, find strength and vigor In Hood's Sar- saparllla. A general -Invitation Is extended to all to attend tho Degree of Pocahontas' social Wednesday evening, June 24th, at the I. 0. R. M. ball. * Landretu Seed Company ot Philadelphia, have been seed growers for one hundred and fifteen years. Harrison 1* their agent In Cam county. The infanH child of Mr. and Sirs. James Jlorajicly died last Sunday night and was tokon to Dunkirk yesterday for Interment. The Loganspoi-t Printers vs. the Lafayette r.rinters a>t the latter city July 4bh, will be a game for blood, as both teams are working hard. •Martin Elliott, the blacksmith vJshcs It understood that he was not connected in any way with tho Scliacfer-Borges trouble, and that the Jordan horse was not taken to IMS shop, a.s w.os reported. Children Cry ror Batcher's Castorfa. MASONIC FUNERAL NOTICE. Members of Tipton Lodge No. 33 F. aud A. M. are hereby requested to inert at our lodge hall this afternoon, Juno 2. 1 ) at 1:30 p. in. Will leave lodge hall at 2:30 p. in. sharp to attend the funeral of our late Brother Daulel E. Moore. Members of Orient Lodge and all sojonruling brethern are cordially lu- vi'ted. By order Of ISAAC SHIDELER, W. M, Attest: KLI GREENSFELDER. Secretary. ANNUAL INSPECTION. The inspoctiaig 'party on the I'cu.n.syl- vainia will reach the city about Wednesday or Thursday. They will go from Chicago to St. Louis, from tiiore to Terre Haute, TiidlauaipoJilis aud Louisville. The party as it reaches Logaus- jxvrt will be made up about as follows: President G«orgc B. Roberts, Vice President Jolra P. Green, of the Pennsylvania railroad; Vioe Presidents McCroa and Brooks, of tho Pennsylvania lines we.st of Plttybiu-g; General Manager Loree, W. H. .WHliaiUis, secretary, to the general manager; D. E. Williams, ,7. M. Harding, I'res.'dentRobcrts's three 1 SOUA T. WMiim, A. B. and Isaac W., and A. L. Wheeler, Quiney Bent, T. Cada- walder and A, B. Storm. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev. ,T. Gun- doionau of Dllmondale, Mi'ch., we are pel-minted toauakeihJs extract: "I have no hesitation to recommending Dr. King's Now Discovery, as tlie results were aknost anarvelou* in the case of my wife. Whtlc I was pastor of the Bapdist Cliiircli at Hirves Jttnctlou slie was brought do^ii with piiemnoiiln succeeding le gi'il>pe. TerrMe paroxysms of coughing would last hours with Mttlc Interruptiou aud Jt seemed as It she could not survive tbem. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick iu its. work aud highly satksfactoo' in results." lirlal bottles free at B. F. Kcesling's drug store. Regular size DOc and .fl.OO. IN THE SANDBAG CATEGORY. Cleveland Plaindealer: A learned Judge in Kokomo, Ind., has placed tho wlieel in the same category with tho sandbag, and the stuffed club, and the slungshot. A Kokorno man who was rim over Ijy a wheel-man claimed ho was assaulted and named the bike as tlie weapon. The judge sustained tihis view of the matter, aud thereby opened up a wide field for legal controversy. CONDUCTOR KEYES DEAD. Edward Keyes, the Wabash conductor whose leg- was amputated recently at Attica, having been run over and badly crushed, died Sunday about 7 a. m. He was well kno-wrx among railroad men, having been iu tlio service for years. Wi; may not accept i.lie peculiar religions beliefs n.or can we enter into the spirit of their .sacrifices. It is not necessary to believe as they do, but wi> can aud do respect their sincerity of purpose and the IMUHH- aud uprightness which marks all their business dealings. The Shakers have aJways bcwi .siic- «.-ussl'nl luvenlors. and some of the greatest o-tMhe convtMiieiices of ihu present day fuiuid wlgin in iliwr scttlc- ineirs. In one particular they excel all oilier men <ir classes of men, and Mint Is in cultivation of medicinal herb? and plants and r.lieir preparations for use. They have made it a study for morn fha.n one hundred years. It is one of 1-lieiir peculiar indusrriiw. Their lives have been d-evoted to it. Thei-r latest and greatest achievement is .the Shaker Dkgistive Cordial. It is IIOL offered as a cure I'm- all disisi.ses. It does Hot. pretend 10 IK;, lint uiie disease it will cure, and that is niOigestlon. Sufferers who resort (o its ti.--e liave not loug to wait to see the result. The effect is almost Lniuiedia.re. Tlie (irsi: dose usually gives relief and if continued a permaneii't ciwe wall follow. It not only contains already digested food, but it digests food as well, thus toning up the general system. An. interesting pamphlet is now being issued by Hie SJmkcis and can be had for the asking at almost any drug store. Try a twenty-live cent Jioitlc ot* Digestive Cordial and see what it will do for yon. WEDNESDAY, June 24th, and continuing for 10 days, or until closed out, we will sell for CASH, choice o£ any tie in 'house, consisting of XECKS. CLUB HOUSE, FOUR IN* LUND, DEJOINVILLE, BOWS, etc., for 38 CENTS Cheaper Hues o( TECKS, FOUR IN HANDS, BOWS, etc., wiU be sold as low as i 19 CENTS Iu order to close out. Call early and take advantage of this great TIE SALE while the opportunity .Is presented, as you arc sure ot getting a BIG BARGAIN, no matter what you buy. STRAW HATS Commencing on same da te. we will sell any straw hat iu stock at cost to close rhTOj out. H ere is your Chance to get good values for little monev. r SPECIAL KNEE PANTS SALE Do not forget the line of knee pan!.« ihat we are closing out for from ',)<• to 19c pin- pair. Some, excellent things to bo had for tlie price. All GooJs Charged flust be at Regular Prices. JOHN D. FERGUSON <Sc CO. 322 MARKET STREET. jr. FERGUSON. A. P- JENKB Inventors and Business Men. HOME TO BE DEDICATED. The State Soldiers' home at Lafayette which lias just been completed at a cost of $100,000 will bo form-ally dedicated on .Tilly 4th. There will bo a great celebration aud arrangements are being made to entertain the thousands of visitors expected to be present, the speakers, who have agreed to be present on the occasion, are ex-Presl dent Harrison, Governor Matthews, Commander-in-chief Walker of the G. A. E., Hon. William' McKinley, may also speak, as he has advised the committee 1 that he will Ije present if he can uljust his private affaire satisfactorily. T-lie new home has accommodations 'or SOO veterans and is one of the finest of the country. \ Designs for letter heads, bill heads prepared for business purposes. Drawings of all kinds prepared Cor newspapers, etc. Claims for letters ot patent prosecuted. ' tMlri '•'''•:' I '•-'•'. i ' BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman &JJPatent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport. RAILROAD NOTES. E. M. Howard of tfhc Panhandle offices wen* to Chicago Saturday. Mrs. F. W. Beasel has Joined her husband at Cincinnati, at the bcilsldc of his mother. Attached to No. 21 on tho Panhandle yesterday was tihio private <rar of General Superintendent J. W. Miller on his way to Chicago. ; The .scalpers made haste to turn In HOW'S THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure! \ ,T. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, tbe undersigned, have known F. . Cheney for the last 15 years, aud be- ieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- ness transactions and financially able o carry out any obligation made by the ,rm. WEST & TRTJAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takes iulernal- ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. 1'rlce T5e per bottle. Sold by all druggists Testimonials free. Logaosport I Wabash JOSEPH BARR CHOSEN. ' The Republican County Central Committee has placed the name of Joseph Ban- on the ticket as a candidate for assessor to flit tlie vacancy caused by the withdrawn! of J. W. Harwood. Natural and Artificial Gas Bills dua the Firs of each month, ten day's grace. All bills payable at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street. v Spacial—Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, July, August and September. Two wheels, cheap.—-TIT \ortli street. Baby shoes ICc, moccaslDo 21c.—A dersou & E.-ms. THE GREAT FOWLER SEXTET. With its Team of Trained Riders will positively appear at Peru Bicycle Races June 25th. PERFECT ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT NO OTHER FW&CENT CIGAR CAN COMPARE WITH IT IN GENERAL EX DRUG COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS DISTRIBUTERS

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