Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 27, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 27, 1895
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No Alum, Ammonia or Cheap Baking Powders used in the Manufacture of Crystal Pancake Flour. We guarantee its purity. Don't permit your Grocer to substitute an inferior brand for 0>ystal. Manufactured by Crystal Rice Milling Company, MARION, INDIANA. Crystal Wheat Flakes are the best. F. W, KINNEY, JIEAI.KU IX Fish, Oysters, Fresh Butter, Eggs and Game. GTWe dress oar owu Poultry and therefore have everything fresh. II. E. TRUAX, M. D. Speclul attention slvan to Nose, Lung, Liver. Olllcn iirul Hosliiencn overstate National Bunk. •lours 1U to 12 » '"., " to -1 p. in., mid 7 to 8 p. m. All eills promptly uttondeU. DR. F. M. BOZSR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Osrer State Natioaal Bank, Logansport, Ind. ANTED! REAL ESTATE. Witntud, Clump CottiiKtvi For Sale. Witiitwl Lots iiri'l Asian V 0t Sil«. Wnntnd Small Farms For Sale. Wanted Bitdnrt" Blocks For Sale. Wanted, to Kxdvinue Karma for City Proport}'. Wanted Morelii«iiIIS!i to Tr .do for Karma. ADDKEiS M. M. «O«1M»N. Sprit Block Lognnspoct, Indiana. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS 131 THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS. KROEOBR & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 27. One thousand rugs 36x72 Inchon $1, at H. Wller & Co. To Mr. and Mrs. H^nry Eberlo ot Toledo street, a son, Tho clij'b electric light plant is being operated by water power. One thousand rolls of matting, 500 now stjles BOW on sale at H. Wiler & fa. Andre/.- T. Kinxlo has tiled his cur. rent report as the executor of Mary Byre. Ted Robinson has begun work for the Arbucltle CoiToo Company at tho local ofti ;e. Friday, March 1st, will be opening •day for tbo celebrated Dunlap at Dowonter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Mothers of girls, we would most respectfully call your attention to our great variety of capa suitable for school wear—Dowenter, tho Hitter. Mrs, Mary Christy. 89 years of age, la said to be prostrated by a stroke ' of paralysis a her homo, on Pratt Street. She ia the grandmother ot David Elder. A woman giving the name of Mrs. Enf Usb, and claiming to be on her way from Onward to Shul'.ztown on the South Side, was,; with her child, given lodging at the Jill Monday night. I have several thousand dollars to loan at six per cent, on Qrst.class mortgage security. This money c*n bo obtained by the right parties call• ing soon on oxcoptiooably dnslrablo terms. I also make loans in any Bum over twenty-five dollars on personal •ecurlty and buy good notes.—Geo. B. Forgy. ^ Buckleu'M Arnica Salvo. The best salvo In the world for culs, ulaoa, sores, ulcers, salt rheum ,ver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin erup. tloni, and positively cures piles, or DO pay required. It li guaranteed to giro perfect satlifactlonjor money refunded. Prloe 25;cenu per box. For •Rle by B. F. A Holland GILS*. The people of Now Holland, Ohio, have been greatly surprised, recently by the almost wonderful cure of your:g daughter of' Mr. John Orahoo3, who for a long time had been a filleted wkh fits or epileptic convulsions. The affliction seemed more dreadful because of the natural brightness ol the child. Doctors aod other medicines failed to efloct any lasting benefi; and cure seemed hopeless until a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vital- Izer was providentially handed Mr. Orahood and from the use ot it and only two full bottles of the remedy, the youoff girl has been completely cured of the affliction which threatened to blight her life. Fortunately there are but few cases of epileptic fits, but wo venture toeay that half tbe people who read this would feel like new beings after a thorough use of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer; it is a nerve food, restoring nerve force on the same principle that food restores physical vigor and muscle. If yours is a case of shattered nerves, frequent headache, perhaps nervously cross, troubled with sleep, leesnesa, a tired foaling in the morning, debilitated, all worn-out feeling-, promptly use this great remedy, for it will cure you, and also ward off the more serious sickness or breaking down which your symptoms indicate. It Is warranted sure to relieve and cure nerve troubles as represented. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Itnnuivay on Broadway. A horse hitched to a delivery wagon belonging to Campbell Bros. 1 laundry became frightened at the street car yesterday morning and started up Broadway at a lively pace. In attempting to enter the yard of a private residence the horse clipped and fell on the sidewalk. The only damage done was the breaking the harness. »r«w Eu Save Ilouey ami Health. Mott people have some trouble with their health which they would like cured If it could he done easily and cheaply. Dr. Greeno, of 35 West 14th St., Now i'ork City, who is tbe most successful specialist in curing norvoas and chronic diseases, makes the following offer: He gives you the privll- eee of consulting him, free of charge, through his great system of letter oorrespondenee. Write hi» just how you /eel and what symptoms trouble you. Ho will answer your letter, ex~ plaining your case thoroughly, telling just what alls you and how to get strong and well. He gives the most aareful'attention to every letter, and makes his explanations so clear that you understand exactly what your complaint is. And for all this you pay nothing. You do cot leave your home, and have no doctor's fee to pay. The Doctor makes a specialty of treating patients through letter correspondence, and is having wonderful success. Heiethe discoverer of that celebrated medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. If you write him at once you will doubtless be cured. As overheard by our reporter: "John, please get some sugar at McCaffrey's; he gives more for the money than the other dealers; to economize we must be careful to get our money's worth of everything—and Oh! John, don't forget to stop at Ben Fisher's drugstore for a bottle oi Brant's Balsam; it Only costs a quarter and It cured my cough BO quickly before. I have confidence in it, betides it's economical to uie; the bottles are extra large, while the dose it only a hall teaspoontul. Get Brant's of Ben Fliher. EAST BOUND SE1PMEST5. East baund shipments last week amounted to 58,310 tons, against 49, • 738 tons for the preceding week. The roads carried tonnage as follows: Michigan Central, 6 099; Wabasb, 5,214; Lake Shore. 4 217; Fort Wayne, 8.186; Pan Handle, 10,000; Baltimore & Ohio, 3,901; Grand Trunk, 5281; Nickel Plate. 4,310; Erie, 4.G9S; Big Four, 1,087. Shipments were made of the following articles in tons: Flour 7.104; grain and mill stuffs, 1S.OOG; provisions, lard, etc., 10.367; dressed beef, 8,110; butter, 1,845; hides 1,200; lumber, 5,406; miscellaneDUS, 1 894. The Order of Railway Trainmen will give a dance on Easter Mondai April 25th. Wm. Connell of the Pan Handle (, iler shop Is recovering from a eevete ;. uaek of sickness. The Pan Handle has received two new cabooses from the Columbus shops to meet the increasing freight business. Chief Engineer P. M. Arlhur is still on the Pacific coast endeavoring to adjust ibo differences between the Southern P.-oUic company and their engineers. Tho Pan Handle company has been sued at Indl-anapolis for 810,000 dam ages for the death ot Conductor Samuel Hiatt who was killed in a wreck in October, 1S93. Tho Pennsylvania company is preparing plans for one thousand gondola cars, the awards for building which will be made in Maroh. The cars are for service on the lines west of Pitts burg. W. S. Cooper has been appointed general foreman of the Wabash shops at Fort Wayne vice Geo. vV. Mudd promoted to master mechanic of the middle district. Mr. Cooper now holds the foremanshlp of the corn- pan's shops at Montpelier, Ohio. While the crew of a Big Four yard engine were asleep at St. Joe, Mich., Sunday night the tax collector chained the locomotive to the rails. The company had refused to pay a certain special tax assessment but later on arranged with the authorities and the engine was released. Train CO on the Wabash road was stoned by hoodlums at Wabash Monday and Conductor Wood was slightly injured. Wood stopped the train and with the assistance of the rear brakeman chased the bums, emptying their revolvers Into tbo midst of them. It was not learned whether or not any of them were hurt. Superintendents of Ihe Chicago ter- mlnal lines held a meeting last week 0 tako action oa the recommendations and suggestions relative to the interchange of cars in that city. There- port of the special committee was unanimously adopted, changing the old system to one which promises less delay in cars. Under the old system there was much complaint about delay on account of disagreement of rival inspectors as to the liability Cor damage to oars. The new system recognizes the reciprocal positions of all tbe companies, and all cars unless wrecked or damaged beyond repair will be ac copied by the road owning tLenv, tbe latter to assume all liability for the damage. Mtrvclous ttcKuIts. From a letter written by Rev. J. Sunderman, of DIamondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: •I have no hesitation In recommend- ng Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While-1 was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Jane- lion she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxgms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them- A. friend, recommended Dr. iing's New Discovery; It was quick n its work and highly satisfactory In result?." Trial bottles free at B. F. Stealing's drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1. The case of the Windfall manufac. turlng company against Bavington suit on account, was being heard yee- erday afternoon in the circuit court. STATI OF OHIO. Cm OP TOLEDO, ?~. LOCAS COUSTTT. 5 FRA.VX •>. CmBnsT mikes oath that he Is the enlor partner ot the firm ol F. J. CTTKVET & Co.. dolos business In the city of Tolodn, Count) and State aforesaid, an<J that said firm will pay tho snmotOXE aTODRED DOLLARS for each and every case ol Catarrh that cannot be cored by he use ol HALL'S CITARKH Cast. FRANK J, CHENEY. Sworn to belore me' and subscribed In mj . this 8th day ol December. A. D. 18S8. ' A . W. GLE iSON, Notary Public. Ball's Catarrh Core is", taken Internally sni acts directly on the blood an! mawtu mrtaoes of Uu system. Bind for testimonials treei F. J. CHKNXT *.CO., Toledo, 0. jySoId by orofglsU, TSo. hat IH the Work of ihe Kidneys? To remove from the blood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goeR through the kidneys every three minutes, and If these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system is poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak is the indicated blood remedy. Xerrons Debility. Every person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or filling mem ory, is entitled to sympathy of every benefit person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as Is found in ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist A Union Prayer Service. A union prayer meeting will be held at the Baptist cburch Wednesday evening, Feb. 27th, from 7:30 to S o'clock preparatory to making tbe canvass of the city Thursday. All are invited to attend. After the prayer service a meeting will be held with tho "canvassers" to mike final arrangements for the work. It is important that every member of the various committees be present. O'IIKISTINE MAKKEHT, Chairman. Fuur I!l? Successes. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the a-'iverttsi&g c'alrned for them, tbe following four remedies have reached a phenomena! sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption, coughs and colcn, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bluors, the great remedy for liver, stomach and kidneys—Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaran toed todojuatwhat is claimed lor them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to toll you more of them. Sold at B. F. Keesling'o drug store. Sam Catshall tbe Wabash passenger conductor, well known in this city, who has been very sick with inflamnatory rheumatism, was recently moved from Detroit to the home of a relative at Fort Wayne. He is reported to be still very Rick having improved very little if «cy In the last few weeks. Foand for the Defendant. Judge McConnell yesterday rendered a decision for the defendant In tbe damage suit of Chas. E. Hale, administrator of tho estate of the late James N. Shsffdr against the natural gas company that supplied the hotel of tho deceased at Walton. ' The demsLd was $10.000, and the action was brought on the ground that the gas company was allectd to be at fault and to b'ame for an explosion in which Shaffer was Jpjured. A Carious Wooden IH«p, A map of the Hooslor State carved out of wood In an accurate and skillful manner by Marion Flory, the expert wood worker at Stereos Bros, p'ani^g mill, ii on exhibition at Holbruner & Ubl's carriage establishment. In the making Of the beautilul map ninety two kinds of wood were used. Wood from all quarters of the earth are to be found in tho design. It is worth seeing Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of Lemon Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache anc! Constipation. She advises ladies to try a iifty cent bottle. OJi-tiiliutlou tt- Crrilltor*. W. D. I?rafi assignee (or the Golden Rule stock of dry goods was > csterday given permission by Judga McConnell of the circuit court to distribute $12 000 ra'iedby him, among tbe preferred creditor*-. Papa's Pants Would do for Willie if they were made over and dyed with Diamond Dye?, the (Treat home money-saver. Tlio children's clothes —the faded cloak, wrap or dross— can be made r.o look like new, at a cost of only 1O ceiils, aod no experience is needed. DIAMOND DYES niKttrowel* whoso daily Ufa is rna.klu£ severo drafts on their vitality, require something that will taring now material to the wore out nerve center*. This is just what l>r. Miles' Ko- storutive Jiervino dais. "* "I hatl been Differing far " 4 fro:n headaches, neu-iij:!:!, siecji:-.. ..i^ss, and penera! nervous prosirsitlon, unfitting mo for social, household and buslnoa* duties, and, periodically, was Completely prostrated trith yain. I tried several physicians and a creat many remedies, but ruceivei: »o benefits until I |7*'«<I 2>r. JI ileit' Jtfjitorativc StsrKiue, \vnen I found almost immoiiunc relict, aad haro Iveomo nuitc n:y rnraierselt :ind am Affain aMc to atte.titl to my bujtincit*, \vliichl.-unat o; a br-.isn maaufacturor. I have rear.nmomled ttiu Nervine to others who have nse.l Itwivh MIC siicie jrood results" MihvauKoc, WK Mils. A SNA 1'ECsCB. TIT. Miles' Ni'rvino is sold on a nositlve pi.irnnii-e :h:n. ilie first hoi.tlo will oeuoofc AllnruKiTisijisoilli iit*l.o bottles {orS3, or itvdlllHJsfiit, pivraid. on ixvmi. of price by theiir. ililcsilcdiwil Co., Elulian, Ind. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health Itieln-Holiuii At 8 a..m. ye«terdn,y at St. Joseph'* Catholic bburch, the Rev. Fither Ikcebne joined In marriage Wm. F. Klela and MUs 0<-a Bohan. Mr. Klein iaibe well known West Side grocer, and Mrt. K'eln was one of Younjr Anrjortcn's most popular younff ladles. A lar^e number of friendi and relatives of tbeyouo? people were present. Mr. and Mrs. Klein will live on Miami sireos, oa the West Side. come in nioro than 40 shades, and tbe Fast Blacks are fat-t.. Direction Book and-10 siimples of colored cloth, free Wells, Klcbardson * Co., BurlliiKton, Vu 1'revulenl. caaes of measles are cliy. Six pupils o( the West Side i=choo' are down with the disease. Tfce physicians report numerous other cases. A number of | reported in tht ie Great Are here to stay. We have leased our building for a term of years and will give you an opportunity of attendin a strictly Genuine Sample Shoe Sale, No concern in the country has the facilities that we have for offering good shoes of all kinds for Barely What The Leather Cost! You can't imagine how cheap they are, you must see 'em. Don't allow yourself to be made a tool off by dealers who have "nick-named" a lot of old stock shoes "sample shoes" in order to •work them off. We'll not rnisrfpresent goods. We'll keep no shoddy goods. We'll not try to fool anyone. We'll refund your money if desired. We'll treat you right. -OUR- Grand * Opening -WILL BB- Saturday, March 2. Df\Yf\NDEVE. Box of fine Candies to every Latl3- caller. Nice Saving- Bank lor tlie Children. . You get 'em if you buy or not. We dent buy and don't sell anything bat saaiple Shoes a.ud Slippers. and no one can touch our prices. We'll guarantee every pair of shoes and slippers you buy of us to be cheaper than you can buy elsewhere or refund your money. Glance at a Few of our Prices and Tnen Come and See our Goods, Ladies' line Dongola button shoes sold everywhere at $2.00 oar uiees Misses' fine cnstom made s opera heel. Sires 12 to 2, sold very where at $2. Our price 3hilds' spring and \varranted Our price heel shoes worth £1,00 98C g or 93c solid 48C Men's fi.ne nobby dress shoes regular price §3. Our price Infant's Dongola button Every pair warrated. Worth lOe. Our price. - „ $1.38 shoe. IOC Men's 'fine hand sawed, better uiade. Worth $4.50 Our price .'.... 2To thine $2.38 Child's fine custom made tips or plaiu. Regular Our price. price $1.75 78C Ladies' fine Vici kid button lace, hand turned, nobby and fine. Made to sell at; $3. Our price LI buu ur $1.68 Boy r s calf shoes, golid and wearers. Worth. $2,00. Our price .'. good 98C That's the way the whole stock runs. Don't miss the Grand Opening. 322 The People's Savings Bank. Ike Oppenheimer, Manager, 322 Fourth St., East Side,

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