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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 12, 1895
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O/.. e who have the most have it, as a rule, because they .save the most. They're more economical. These people buy Pearline. Proof—in all stores of the better class STILL ASOTHT3K WRECK. Pan Handle ps.ssengrer train 3STo. 3, , ^ .,. Plttshurg (o Chicago, was wrecked throughout the iand,you 11 (about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at I Glasgow, a email station neir Daani- 'U \ i /ou&y \ ri^ \u^A _. . . -_ _. £^- - . J find the sales of Pearline far in the lead. Now, these economical people wouldn't use Pearline for their washing and cleaning, if they didn't find it to be just what we •—the most economical in everyway. Would they? •nsnulousqroccrs will tell you " this is as gooil as" IT'S FALSE—I'etirlinc is ncvur pcdr'.Jed, C- dine F. W, KINNBY, son, Ohio. Tbe wreck waa caused by a broken rail and the locomotive and every car left the track but did not fall over. The train was fairly well filled with passengers nil of whom fonunate- ly^escaped unhurt. DEALER 1 Fish, Oysters, Fresh Butter, Eggs and Game. o dress our own Poultry and therefore havo^cverything fresh. Sot WILL J»:tKVEVT • BEN ,\M> FACE FIIOX CHAFFIXe. SOLO ONLY AX FISHER'S DRUG STORE KROEGrER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 013 Broadway. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wiinttxl, Clirap Cottnys For Sale. •Wanted LotHiurl Autos "urSula, W.-intcil SmuU Karma for 3nl9. •minted Buslriem Blor.K.i For Sale. Wimwil 10 Kxdmiiip fiirms foe City Property. Wiiritod lIurcli.'imtLs* to Tr ><tn [or Farms. ADDttKSS .11. .11. i-lHt^ON. SptV Block , Indiana. H. E. TltUAX, M. D. 1 iitlontlon fl'von to Noso, Lung, Liver lind Chronic Dlse'iaos. COlUce imd Residence ovi't State N.itlonnl Dunk. Hows 10 to 12 :i, m., " to •! p. in,, and 7 to S p.- in, AU calls promptly n.ttonded. » NOTICE FARMERS. tBSSors Mtftiiilnufc l~Wvcron will l>n at .T. TV Vn Fowl Store on <Vt>rUi strcwc Sii'nrelnys to i Wln«l»»s ChfcK Kower on wlilcli tho>- aavo been allowed n putent. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS IX EXTUA F1XK. FIXE ASB IHtOAD POUTIS TO SUIT ALL IIA.NDS. THE MOST PEEPECT'OP PENS. J>R. P. M. BOZSK'3 DENTAL PARLORS Scats National Logansport, Irvd. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 12. Pan Handle train No. 21 was two hours p.nd thirty minutes lata yesterday. Engineer John Truman reported for work yesterday after a six weaks' spell of sickness. The Journal has a few blrdsoye views of Logaaaoort left. They can be had In p&stoboard tubas for mailing or preservation for ftfty cents. S, M. Closson has a few hundred dollars private local funds, also Eastern money in any amount to loan on mortgage security. OiBco No. 319 Pear street. In a recent editorial the Salem, Oregon, Independent says: "Time and again have we ssen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy triad and neTer without using 1 the moat satisfactory results. Whenever w-3 see a person affiUsted with hoarseness, with a cough or cold, we invariably advise them to fret Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; and when they do, they navsr," regret it. It always does the work, and does it well. For sale by B. F. Koesllng, Druggist. • | A Frlende Advice Some four 01- ore years ago J. A. Goodyear, a young 1 man full of life and vigor, left the old farm in Calhoun county, for the more active life in tho city. Drifting into the telegraph business, he secured a position on the C. & N. W. Railroad, at Republic, Mich. lo addition to his duties as operator, he was required to sell tickets, chock bagg&go and make himeslf generally useful. Between tha exacting officials on the ono side and the inconsistent publlo on the other, he was worked and worried to each an extent that hia health gave out and one day he was carried to bis home, after having a severe nervous spasm; ho grew from bad to worao until be bad to relinquish his position, a physical wreck. Ttio doctor could not euro him and told him so, but advised him to po 'to Ann, Arbor and -place himself in charg-e of ttmt world wide Institution of learning, which he did. Ho con. tinuod with their treatment constantly and faithfully for four loop yc-ara, j receiving little, If any, beneflt. While lu thla coadltion, a friend gave him a bott'e of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vital, isior, with an urgent request to use it. Not wishing to 'offend his friemd, he promised todoao, but did not, because, as ho arguod with himself, "What ia tho use of taking that 'stuff' if She most learned nerve specialists in the world can not cure mo?" But as timo passed ho would occasionally think of tho neglected bottle of medicine given him aad hli promise to use It. One day he picked it up and mechanically pulled the cork, measured out a dose and took it; a change seemed to coma over hlra, his oorvousQoas abHted, his mind bscamo clear and he thought he felt something of his old time vigor. He continued taking the Vitalizer until Iio was able to alt up, then to walk a few steps; the sluggish blood in his veins became active, color returned to his flesh and ho felt the need of more food. He soon improved so that ha sought and became engaged in light labor and earned the first dolKr in nearly two years; hope attained its Ion? vacated position in his brain and hia friends rejoiced at the wonderful ohinge. Mr. Goodyear w leading a thoroughly active and successful life which he says he ia proud to attribute to Dr. Whaaler's Narve Vltallzar, the greatest nervo builder ever produced for nervous prostration, apasms,fits, sleeplessness, English rallroid engineers bslieTe that they have attained an ideal solution of the automatic brako question which has so long harraesed American railroad managers who are by law obliged to equip all traias with such brakes. There is now being sub. mitted to exhaustive praclical tests In England an automatic continuous power brake invented by Roberts, for which the greatest claims are put forth. The weight of tha car bod? supplies the power to actuate the brake ns the .force ia adjusted to the weight of the train. A detailed description and plans of the mechanism have been furnished to the State department by United States Consul Stadmeyer, at Bradford, England. John Ma;ies and his fireman, Dennis Clifford, are credited with having the ol&anest and best looking engine on the Chicago division, and they claim on the entire Pennsylvania system. Fireman Clifford puts in his entire spare time cleaning and decorating No. 456 and she certainly Is a very handsome piece of machinery when eke IB standing at the passenger station waiting to take her train out. A good natured rivalry has sprung up between this crew and the crew of engine 438, Mart Santor and his fireman who are in passenger service on the Richmond division, and ao far Manes and Clifford evidently hare the beet of it. No class of people have suffered more from the lato excessive cold weather than have 'the railroad men and no class halls with more delight the approach ot warmer weather than they do. It is anything but a pleasure to ride on top of a box car with the wind blowing a gale and a mass of snow and ice poltlng the face. Sum. mer railroad mom are now sitting behind a warm stove in "dad's" farm houae. Indianapolis Journal; The Journal has facts which it Is not at liberty to publish which make it evident that the Pennsylvania company has not by any means abandoned the plan of building a grand union station at Cincinnati, nearer the business center of the city than any of the present depots which would greatly increase their passenger business from the terminal, .Vho new smoke stack with which the Pan Handle has been experiment, ing for Borne time ia said to give universal satisfaction. Engineers and firemen wbo have had experience with them say that, the locomotives ao qeulppai not only consume less coal out make steam much easier. Two very essential points in the management ct a, locomotive. -- Goorga Snyder, the Pan Handle machinist, received a telegram yesterday morning announcing tha probably fatal Illness of his daughter, Mr». H. J. Parks of Chicago. Mr. Sayder and his son Edward left for that city on train 19 in the afternoon, Mre. Snyder having preceded them Sunday. John Hetzner, in addition to being a first class wreck foreman possesses some inventive ability. He is tho inventor ot a wrecking frog that has marked advantages over many of its kind aad is la successful operation on Prof. PltzUu'a Projeer. Prof. P. J. Pitzlin will locate per. macently in Logansport if. he ia sufficiently encouraged in the organization of a business man's gymnasium, where lessons caa be taken at all i street. The t«dl*»' Auxiliary. The Ladle*'Auxiliary t o the Kail- road Y. Jtf-C. A., will meat today at 2 p. m. at the home of M. E. Howard, two doors oast of Fifteenth on Spaar All members sre urged to he hours, and members will have constant access. The professor proposes to fi!.~- nish all the needed paraphernalia, charging a reasonable sum for admU, sion and a dollar or so psr month after it is started. Mrs. "i'.zlin, a capable teacher of. physical development, will soon join her husband, and organize classes for ladies and chlU d.-en. The professor is not yet ready to organize his business man's gymnasium, as his classes take up bis time but hopes to have substantial encour. agement when t-be time comes to start the work. An entertainment will ba given soon under the professor's direction, probably at the opera house. The exhibition will be one of athletic sports, fencing, club swinging, boxing, and weslling. A number of athletes from out of town will take part, as will some of Prof. Pitzlin'a pupils. What !n the Work of the To remove from the olood its impurities. The products of coil wastes which have been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every throe minutes, and if these organs are unable lo perform Ihoir work fully, sooner or later the system is poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak is the indicated blood remedy. »rvons Dcbltltf. Erery person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or falling memory, ia entitled to sympathy of every honeRt person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found in ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, drugglat, The County Ulnp Wearing OonipliMlou The new map of Cass county on which ex-county surveyor N. A. Bsck has been at work for some lime, will be finished in a day or two, and placed in the hands of the lithographers. The map has been badly needed, and Us publishers should receive thu en. couragement their labor deserved. Old Pc»]>le. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no wbieky or other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to ths organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance o; the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and nids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what xhey need. Price 50 cents psr bottle at B. F. Keesllng'a drugstore. The LosranwjXM-t Athletic Club. The Log-ansport Athletic Club will meet at the rooms, Krutsch & Laycock's old office, tonight to permanently organize. It is thought the organization will start out with at least thirty members. The Initiation fee for those joining after tonight will be$l. The dues will be one dollar a month. All tho necessary apparatus found in the ordinary gymnasium is already in the olub's possession, the rooms will be nicely furnished and everything indicates that tde club has come to stay. A Fox Hunt Today. A fox hunt will take place near Star City today. Tho round up will be at the Matthias Kuhn farm at 11 a. m. present. By order of tha president. MBS. JOHN TKUMAK, Secretary. BccoaimcndMtion From Los An£*l«» 632 Oastelar St., Los Aogeles, Cak —After having suffered for a long time from acute rheumatism without obtalnlrj relief, I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and was almost immediately relieved. I highly recommend this »s the best medicine known—D. M. Hamilton. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, Druggist. We are firm end honest la our statement that nothing equals Brant's Bal- fam for cure of all coughs, colds, throat or lung troubles, as tho many loiters we have on tile help lo prove. A recent one from \Y, E. Rumpel, Columbia, Mich., guy?: "I caught a severe cold oa my luccrs last winter and tried several other remedies which [ did me no good, until my lung* got In a vury bad shape" (opiates always hurt the lung-), "but two bottles of Brant's Balsp.tu curi-d me.. I felt better bofore hsd used huH n boitle.' 1 Get B-.-,iut's of Bon Pisbsr, the Druggist A Su<-«'a«rnl Kell^ions JtovivM. The Waeatland street M. B church rrvlvM is ar.ooiKiCiJ to coutinue all this week. Trie st'rv'ees are bi-!d ir. the Rudi'Oi'iyin, to Bettor sccoojmodule ihe iavfjo ai-tr-LiO'inoe. A large interest if manifested in vho work. ChomlbGi-lain's Eye and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rlicum, Scald Head, Sore ISipples. Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost BiUS, Chronic Sore Eyes.'in J GranuhtedEye Lids. For sale by dn:'ggisls at 25 cents per bor. TO EORSE^WSEKS. For putting a-horsc in a fmo healthy condition try l»r. Oidy's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale bydruggista, £y Pull aft viith starttt and slots serene. The linen collar starts tlir. iiturn; •V/ oft at noontime it is seen .-ill tcilicd, wrinkled aiidforlorn, ] That's \rhat you roust expect of such a collar; it's the litien of it. The stami-r.p collars won't stand up, and the turn-down colters will wilt down. The easy, cheap, and. pleasant vray out of this is to wear •• CELLULOID " COLLARS AND .. CUFFS. These goods arc made '__ 3 by covering linen collars or cuffs t' on both sides with "C.HLU1LOIB," R (.bus making them strong and H durable,anil -ca!£rf>rnef -uitnffcc- h ted by beat or u:>>: ••. ..-._ There i H .arc no other wcU.-.-.:ooi' goods M made this way, consequently none j.j that can wear so well. \Vhcusoiled \*\ shr.plv wipe them off with n wet •jj doth." Every piece of the : "i.-i is stamped like liiis: The Funeral of -lit*. AnnColcrnan. The funeral of Mrs. Asa Co!emin Sunday at the Trinity Episcopal church was attended by a large number of the friends of the deceased. The services for the dead were, most impressive ivod were conducted by the Rev. D I. Hobbs. mental depression, exhausted vitality, lespondenoy and general debility. For iale by Bee Fisher. For Heat. A large ware-room in the Canal warehouse, corner Fifth and Market traeia. Seoond floor, outside entrance. Iso projection with elevator to garret nquire of WjtSox WEIGHT, 615 Market St. - Superintendent Morris of tke Toledo triiloa of the Pennsylvania gjatem.U ring rery 111 at tils home la Toledo. several divisions on the Pennsylvania system. Since the adoption of the new con. stltution qulta a number of officials in the Slate of New ITork have resigned their positions rather than sacrifice their pasaas. Gibers have audibly complained of the restriction aad dis« cursed methods of hating it set aside. Tae New York Central ii this winter, lite iast, pursuing the method of disposing of the woodwork of all its condemned cars by inviting poor people to help themselves, with the provision that none of the iron shall be taken a way. . Tae Lahigti Valley management his decided to further reduce its expense account, this tims reducing the salaries of the high officials, and at least fourof ths numbsr hiva been slated for discharge. Section man on tha Michigan division of the Big Four have had their wages cut from $1.20 to f 1.08 per day. The reduction went Into effect yester. day. '• To guard against broke* rilli and other mlibapa reiulting 'from the cold weather, all railroad* employ .track. walkers to patrol the track all night. I STA.TZ OF Oirro, Cnr or TOLEDO,' £„„ LUOAS cousrv. ) FniSJC J, CHZSET in ikes oath thn.t lie [s the senior partner ot the Urra ot V. J. CHEN'ET k Co.. dol'ig b is!n6.v4 in tU<* cltr uf ToIfcJ), Count} and State aforesaid, and tbat said firm will pay tlio sumOtOXE II WDRKD DJtLARifor ed-li and every c ise o? CiiwirrU ttiiit cunnot be cortid by tne use or HALL'S CATAHKH Cuiis. FKA.NK J. CHENEY. "3 Sworn 'to berora me and MiDscr'Deil Ia ;mj presence, tnts t3tn day of December. A. D. ISSs. ,~^, A W. GLEiSOX, j SKAL ' '' . Nouiry Public. llall'.s Caturrb Care Is taion InternnUy and nets directly on tlie blood ani itucoas surfaces of xliesystem. 5<nJ rorwwtlmontiils free. F.'J. CdE.VcII &.CO., Toledo, O/ J3?-3old by druggists, 75t Thi! Kennedy Ca«e« Set. The Kennedys, Sa.m and DJ.VQ, will be called before ths Cass circuit court Wednesday to answer the charge of larceny and burglary on several indictment*. Witnesses were being sub- pne'ied yesterday and today. Tba exposure to all sorts and conditions of weather that a lumbsrmaa is called upon to eadara In the camps often produces severe colds whieb, if not -protnpUy checked, result in coajjestion or pneumonia. Mr. J. O, Diveoport, ex rainager. of the Fort agff Rsdwoo'd Co., an' immense institution at For: Bragg-. CaL, says they sell larg-e quantities of Chamberlain's Cough,Rsmady at the company's store and that he himself ujsd this remedy for a severe cold and obtained Immediate relief. This medicine prevents any tendency of a cold toward pneumaala and insures a prompt recovery. For Bale by B. F. Keeiling, Itiicklcu'H Arnica Sulvo. Tho best salve lo the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum levar sores, totter, chapped hinds, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures pllos, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sritlrtfaotion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F, Keesling. VuiKl.lIiri J^Ino Kxciir*!on». On February 12, March 5, April 2 and SO, 1835, home seekers excursion tickets will be bo sale at very cheap rates to various points in the South and Soutto west. For rates, limit stop- ovor priviltfes, etc,, apply to J. C. EDGEWOKTD, Agt., Logansport, led. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Pboube Thomas of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and Uiat there was DO hope for her, but t^o bottles l)r. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. TDOS. Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everytbiag else, then bought ono bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, thai prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in cougha and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. KeesllngVdrug store. Regular size 50o. and $1. •\ fusir.t upon ^oo?^ PO '•'-, ifro:; expect fi-.llsn:isfactio:i,,and { A ;!'\.r.'.r dealer does::olkccpU:cili. t ".'• -j;-:si'. ij;rccilousenc!osin.t;a!:ionnt f. • :• M-.d \ve v.-i'.l mail sample. Stctc t '• •••:•',>. anil whether a sMud-up or i : . ,"» c <i-«3ov.-n colinr is wanted. "- Coliars rrc. each. Cuffs 500. pair. ;; The CELLULOID COMPANY ',*• -~"~-29 Brjadw.V, NewYcfk. DIPLOMATIC ETIQUETTE. Tlio Qni.-nt.lon ot Hunk nm Settled In th« Enrly l>ny« of tho Keimlillc. ' • Thirty nations are represented a^ • ^Viishin^lon by four ambassadors an<| ''• twenty-six ministers, each of whom haf .. anywhere from ono to sixteen secrctariofl;.;, and attaches to carry on the necessary - " business. So far as work is concerned,! ;• the duties of tlie foreign representativ«j '•' n ro not oucrouy, und arc largely social; says tlie Kew York Tribune. Ue send*...'. dispaU-hes to liis own g-overnment will :; occasionally addresses communications ..'. . to tlio secretary of .sUate. 'Whathci* . these comtnuiuaUous be on matters o^ . intcrnalionnl interest or arc siovply «i ; request lo be allowed to land a fc«T cases of wine, household effects, or H| .; trunk full of finery for his wife, thcjj arc known as "notes." lie is not per-i milted to transact any business with',": nny oflieor of the frovornmcnt exeeplj .-.. through the secretary of state or other . Jiigli officers of that department, and It c would bo a great breach of etiquettfli': for liini to uddress the president pcr*j.• soiially upon nny official matter. Thflf-- code of diplomatic etiquette Is strictly'.-'. followed. • •'. Tlio foreign representative mokes.trn •• fir.U call upon tho members of the cabli.-;' net, but is called upon by the senators.!' The only members of congress officially!; ; recognized are the members of the house) . committee on foreign n flairs, in whosoi R'oocl graces he naturally likes to Icccp.- '• A priv;ilo citizen calling' without an in»-:,; troductioil ut any of tho lcgTition4. • •• promptly receives a card in return, anil ( ihc latest addition to tho corps nmlce^ £ the first call upon the resident menu bors. None of the wives of the diplo-j _ c mats holds public receptions, exccptj ; 'i Mine. J^omero, \vho began the customj some dozen years a;?o, when Washing^ p. ton was not so Inrpre :is It is to-day, and | has never discontinued it, but even hen ,'.. house is open but, four times a season i to the general public. ; :" Until two years ago, when Great Brit* j : n,in raised her representative to tho •{';. rank of ambassador, and France, Italy*,!,• and Germany quickly followed, . tha •!;" dean of the.corps was always the min» j: istcr who had soon the longest term o^ J;. service here, and the dean now is thflj i: English ambassador, Sir Julian Pauncc- j fote. As (Joan he takes the lead at al^-(; official functions; foreign ministers call. upon him first, ai^.d in matters " the whole corps is interested be suited first. U'hcn the ambassador first) appeared in \Yasbiiig-ton society there) j was a good deal of .surmising 1 about thfli ! matter of precedence at dinners, an4 j for Komo time it was a. much-discussea ! question, but it has settled itself vvith-i I out much difilcuity, an<i nothing ia evcii| j heard about. It now. In the earlj' day» I of the republic the question of etiquette 1 | became of sufficient importance for thai; j secretary of state, Mr. Adams, to ad-^. ! dress a letter upon the subject.to thcj. to Loan j P rei J ( -' l -' Ilt , but it -was never settled.)- A.t 4 per cent., 5 per cenv,, 6 per cent, j and 8 per cent,, long or short time. I herc , w ], ic) , j s much more rijrid than i* Consult I generally supposed by those who havil J. T. CoCKBDKS, ! not lived in Washington long enough t<j Room 3, Spry Building;. ! know. ' HEADQUARTERS 'ROSES, BULBS, SEEDS l5Qc. TRY OUR UHRIVflUED SETS, D&L1YEXKD ATVOl/'K TOST OVflCZ fKE!V.!D. ^ OUR CATALOGUE OF ISO PAGES FRCE TO AU-. TRY ?.SO BE PLEASED, K GOSMSIEE SP.TIJFnCIIOH. TRIAL SETS OUR tCtttCTlOM OF SORTS. 10 Superb rlT/rrbJooniog Botee, 10 sort*. IO 3*rix* Chrysnn them Bine ia JO hori*. IO B*?t Geranium*, 10 choiee«t colors. 10 New Mammoth Vfrlxam, 10 color*. 10 Sew Heliotrope*, moid frapr*ai;, 10 uorta. IO Dardr Shrub*, Ifradinc Korta, 10 Tarietiei. 15 CUdioIa*, fudUtiiDE; Child*, W colors. 8 Bc«t CrajMTiDft Sons, all different colon. 4 S^loct Sort« French C»nfift* ( b*« bloomera. IO VineiJ'Hitl Citoper* for Porch 01 6 Ferns and 3Io*8ea for F«n)erie*. IO FpHap* riMXM, brightest, hardjc»it. 15 PtiCk«t9 Cboic* FlflwerSo*ds ; wl^ct 2 Fine Graceful Palu^, (jtrong. Address NANZ & NEUNER, Louisville, Ky. «lh YEAR.

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