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March 5, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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GREAT GUNS! Who would have thought that our Grand Opening last Saturday i/outd attract such crowds? Hundreds who came to look bought >hoes and Slippers before they left. WHY WHY! cause they are Cheap! cause they are Good! cause they are New and Stylish! f'-^cause we don't Misrepresent! 1> scause this is no Fake! Because we've got what they Want! Because we'll refund their money if they want it! Because w^ have no Shoddy Goods! Spying Chsap Shoes and Buying Shoes Cheap are two different things. We sell nothing but good Sample Shoes and Slippers! less than manufactures cost and we are positively here to stay. 1 You can buy shoes and slippers at the present price any time you want them. See? lid IPS' Pitr.ynt Leather Oxford ipporc, iilwayn Hrll ivt 'J, Our price ord $1.23 en's Congreny, or ball creased i xhoti<), warranted solid worth $2. Our . calf lace shoes. Boll terywhero «.t .$1.00. Our liioe t VVHEN YOU CALL - - - For these sroodd wo don't tell you'we're just out," we've got 'em, and lots more too, every time. Infants' Patent Leather or Don;:ola kid button shoes... IOC Missoi*' fine kid, hf-el orspring lieol dress shoes, line and OAn dressy. Made to sell at $2. (SMli Our price wv/vi Ladies' fins Dongolakid shoes soft tuid fl'-xibln acd war AQn ranted. Hard to Ret 'em at nijii $2. Our price wvw |F you haven't been here yet, it will pay you to come. Everything warranted as represented, or money refunded. like Oppenheimer, Manager. 322 Fourth St., East Side. a combination of Wheat and Corn! I'd is absolutely pure Do not t-ke an inferior brand. List on baring CRYSTAL. Always ready. CRYSTAL WHEAT FLAKES ARE THE BUST Abk F. W, KINNEY, V JIKALEll IX fish, Oysters, Fresh Butter, Eggs and Game. dress our own Poultry and therefore have everything fresh. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. |«clHl attention Riven to Nose, lung, Liver Cfinmlc Discus. 3co una Residence over Stnte Nntlonal Bank. ra to to 12 n rn., 2 to -I p. in., anil 7 to S p. m. (tillii promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZER'S ENTAL PARLORS. ?er State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. 4NTED! REAL ESTATE. intmi. Cheap Cottagvit For Sale, intril Lots un-l Aerra '"or $•*!*. inted Sitr.HI Farma For dnla. n;»J Bu.<lnes« Blocks For salt*. used to Exctaniw «uma for City Property, inted MerchanillM 10 Tr .<le for Farms, i .U. .11. GOK1XVN. Spry BtocK EPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS , rax, FBI; AX» BROAD fears TO SUIT ALL JLCUW. MOST PEBFECT OF PENS, KROEGER & STRAIN, Ondertakers and Embalmers, 013 Broadway. ANTAL-MIDY These tiny Capsules are superior to Balsam of Copaiba, /''"> Cnbcbs or Injections and (MJDY CORE IN 48 HOURS \V/ the sania diseases mtbout inconvenience. Sold by all dni^isls. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH o. Natural gas bills for March now due &cd payable. see beautiful line of black capes at the Trade Palace. C»as County Buildingand Loan Aa-ool«Hon hat ready money on hand for borrower*. A Croirnlng Success. C E. DdV.is. editor of the Cooper- 7il!e (Mich.) Observer, is a worthy ex.-vtnple of what puch and energy, wlih keen business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondeot, Mr. DeVos said: "I was born in Keooe, Caaada, in 1855. In 1857, I migrated with my parents to Pelle, Iowa, received a com. mon school education, Drifted into tbe printing business, and removed to Battle Creek, Mich., where I became foreman In the large printing houee of Gage & Son. I recently purchased the pipsr of which I am now editor. My life work has been very confining and exacting «nd, as a result, my health gave out and I broke down with nervous exhaustion and sleeplessness. I was in such a condition U.at I could not sleep until completely worn out, tnv appetite failed roe and I had lo choke down whai littio I did eat. A.bou two months ago my attention was directed to Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer acd I concluded to try it. It had a wonderful effect on me; in a few nifjhts I WHS able to got all the sleep needed, my appetite returned and became as ravenous a? a wolf's, my weight increased twelve pounds, my mind became clear ana active, in fact, I was restored to health and I look and feel an entirely different man " Inquiry and observation has proved Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer to be a truly wonderful cure for all nerve troubles, such as nervous proitratlon, spasms, fl-s, mental depression, ex., nausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Mr. B. F. Keesling 1 desires us to publiah the fallowing 1 extract from a letter of Charles M. Gulfeld, of Reedley, Fresno Co , Cal., as he handles the remedy referred to and wants his customers to know what a splendid medicine it is."It IB with pleasure I tell you that by one day's use of Chamberlain's Cough remedy I-waa relieved of a very severe cold. My head was completely stopped up and I could not sleep at night. I can recommend this reme dy." A cold nearly always s;arts in the head and afterwards exteade to the throat and lungs. By using this remedy freely as soon as the cold has been contracted it will cure the cold at once and prevent it from extending to the lung's. WHO AiiD WHAT THEY ARE. StmtlnUcal Krport ofihe Mi'inbcrn of the General A Indianapolis Journal: Deputj! Secretary of State Wright, assisted ty Clerk O^lesbee. of t&e Senate, and Clerk B own, of tho Huuse. bas just completed a statistical roll of ihe members for the Secretary of State's report. The roll Shows that seventy members of the House were born in Indiana, twelve !'• Ohio, foar ia New York, three in Pennsylvania, three in Kentucky, and one each in Germany, [ made to meet all ihe newer wants •' Murphy Bed. Canfitld. Tim Murptiy and Eugene Canfiold who scored cuch' a worthy success a< the opera house here the first of tbt- year in • Alimony" «hii.-h captured the audience in a way that spoke more than words .vill p'.;iv a return date ai the ope-a house on next Thursday night. Too-io who saw h here formerly wou'd never in its present shape recognize this well recoust-'uct- ed p'ay. The plot has been so far Scotland, Maryland. Nonh Carolina, Massachusetts, Virginia, Michigan and Illinois. Of the one hundred members eighty-one were born in or came to Indiana before the war, five caaie to the State since 1870 ana only one since 1S80 and none since 1833, all of which goes to show that it ia a pretty thorough '•Indiana 1 ' Legislature. Ninety-three arc married and seven sln<;U; twenty have been in the House before. There are in the House twenty-five lawyers, thirty-seven farmers and oce farmer- lawyer,-tive physicians, four publishers one editor and one reporter, four insurance and real estate men, five merchants; three contractors, two bankers, two business 'men, and of the following one each: Trader, manufacturer, minister, marble and granite dealer, blacksmith, machinist, atone ma~OD,, fruit grower.' druggist, life insurance agent. Thirty-five of tho Sen&iora first saw ihe light of day in Indiana. Ohio produf.ad eight and Ireland, Germans, Canada, Tennessee, Maryland, Kentucky, North Carolina, and New York, one each. Only seven of the Senators came to the State since 18GO, and only ihree since 1870. so, that tha Senate is likewise a Hoosler body. Twenty seven of 'the Senators lire lawyers, twelve farmers, three physicians, three editors, two merchants. one surveyor, one banker and farmer, one real estate dealer and one grain dealer. Forty-six of the Senators are married, five single, Senator Thayer now dead, and his successor, Senator Maiowarlog, being Included In these classifications. (Vila tbo exception of the hold-overs tbe Senators have had little previous experience, though Senator Boyd has served twelve years and Johnston and McLean eight each, In the fall of 1893. a son of Mr. T. A.McFarland.a prominent mercbaotof 'Live Oik, Sutler Co., Cal., was taker with a very heavy cold. The pains in his chest wore so severe tnat he haa spasms and was threatened with pneu-- monla. His father gave him several large doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which broke up the cough and cured him. Mr. McFarland says whenever his children have croup he Invariably gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It always cure- thetn. He considers it the best cough remedy in tho market. For sale by B. F. Kiesling, Druggist. Improved that the play now taker- rank with tbe best of the season. Tbe piece as now constructed has been of popular patronage and the result is that it has been launched on a voyage of success. Tim Murphy and Eugene Canfleld are too well and favorably known to permit obscurity to overtake I hern a single moment and the con. trast between their methods of evok-~ ing laughter is so well marked that their joint appearance in anything would alone insure tho ultimate sue* cess of their endeavors. It is a fact that Dearly all reliable proprietary medicines were llrst used and thoroughly tested in practice by phjilciatis of more than usual ability, and yet some physicians sneer at such medicines. Toe reason is plainly seat by taking Brant's Balsam (or i^lustru- li'jn, kiiowa everywhere as rciisb e aud ffUiv to cu r e uvury sort of lung and iaro.-u trouble, exoe|.-l lu^t Sl«gc= l)f CUfJrUlB|jLiuC. \Vliy is It CUt JUSI as irmid for your i;nsu as a phy; icls.n'» proscription, wtiici mtjht cost ihree or fiiur times us much, tnousjh no ouror 10 curt.'. Large 20 iiud 50 cent ooit.'es at Ben fisher'» drug store. IT1? Business ?. and all other wen who have to 5 = LARS AN'D (JUI-'FS. They = actly like linen, wear well and | I being waterproof do not wilt = = doivu with bent cud moisture. § = They do i:ot soil easily and can E = be cleaned in n i::omcnt by sim- 5 S oly wiping off with a \vct sponge = = . or'cloth, bo not confuse Uic#c iu S S-.your mind with com position h I goods. Even- piece of the germ- II = me is stamped like this . I: i *V ^ TRADf 5 Ask for these :ind refuse .'rrytrnii' ~ else if you wish sntislnelio:;. J^ : '- iitciulicr that goods so ::!;ir,.>.';: are tbe Only waterproof SO''-. 1 - c-.acle by eoauiig n linen i'«!i.;r with waterproof "Celluloid,"! '.'.us ffiving slr?:if;th nsul Ovii-ibili 1 .-' 1 . If vour der.ler should not l::ive Vbr" "CelhiloiiJ" ; -.c::il n;:;o::;il ,!i- reol to us ami v.'O \viil ::iail y<:r. B.T.:::)I? voK'.-priiil. Colliire 3=c. each'. Cii:':s, 50C. pr.ir. State ni.-e anc^;.vncthcr ^U)iul-:ip or tunicd- di'.wifooilar i:; \va;:!cd, THE CCLUJ'-OiD COMPANY, : 427-23 iSrcadvvay. New YoK*. 1.1 lo-.vo u-td ^\>tciii^ tn cuvlln CiOUUUc.* 1 he Purl- »rr>e. \V»IMIQ '.IM pro- Have You Kidne) Trouble? Have Uin Thr-ai Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by HEX FISHJJM, DruijBlst. CHICAGO, MurcL 7,1S01. Dli nnillLMAN. ClIIOAGO. MY iiK.Mi • in— Mysiitd SAN-JAK inaiyisir In the case of Capt " . MY iiK.Mi • in— Mysiitdntlon was flrst cAlloa to aiyisir In the case of Captain J. M. Terro Uaino. inu.,wh"> was Tho County CainmiKMioucrn. Tue county commissiODors' court began its session at tho auditor's office yesterday morning. Sa'.tlements were made with the township trustees, and regular routine business took up the board's attention. The board is advertising for bids for the repairing of C&es county gravel roads. Contrac tors are to haul aacl spread tbe gravel which Is furnished by the commissioners. The bids will bo received at the auditor's office up to March 21st. ;i:ucklen'» Armca Sulvo. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satiBfaotion^or money refunded. Price 25.ceots per boy. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Vuudnlla Line KxeurMlons. Oa February 12, March 5, April 2 and 80, 1S95, home seekers excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to various points in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover privllges, etc., apply to J. C. EDGE WORTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Sixteen and two-thirds Lorsdale bleached, muslin $1; veilings. 5 cents per yard; brown sheetings, 25 yards $, only at the Trade Palace. Insurance and Loans—A. few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money in any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M. Clossou, No. 319 Pearl street. B»-\vare ofOintinenrw for Catarrh That Cm ml ii Mercury. As mercun will surely nestroj ihe sense of smell and corn plefly derange tba whiile system when entering littjroughthe mueius surfaces. Such articles should n-v=r b* us d except on prescriptions from reputable phjslci»ns. HS the damage tnej Kill d-> Is ten fold 'to the good jou can pos»l- bly<)erlT»Iroia th»ra. Hall's Catarrh Cord m*n- ntictured by f J. Chen«j JtCo.. Tol;do, 0.. Contains no mercnrj, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the Blond and mui-ous surfaoet or the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be mre you get the genuine. U Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, b/ F. J. Cheney 4- Co Tettlmon'a's free. VSold by <iug(Iits, price TSc. per bottle. . . in tli s City with !icnt«nopliritl.s;ind ci'stitis (lu llaniniiilion ol Hie bladder a»J l:ldiu>>s). Aticr urescrlbinK tlieuM].tl tPini-dlt!» uliliout avail Snti- J;tlc wju-J s;:i?*X - f-tt'd. and i li« lniprovv nieiu wus so niiirUM altiT the lira dose. ami ;i.c!unipli>l- cire f.illowi'ci so .-peedlly. that I at once commenced an Itives'lsiHio of Us merits and Inve since pre- scrlbeu It In almosi fvery known form ol Kidney bliidder, urvlnr.il. vaginal ittu CHiarihnl troiiO!«.s, i'uliuweii l» c -oh Instaf ci by Hi« UapuieM re.suJt>. Au!soorcnur«si>(liivolaniiiri llmv or urine) In myo'.vn fami-y \v,-v-i very inucll Imivov-d by a few dostts.jinil radically cnrwl In Ii'.<s than a w«. k hrom praul.lnil experience In n imniber of liad cii-'i's ol li'iicOTlioHii I am frci? to say ch»t 1 liavo fonnil no reiiiPd; time Is ''i]U il to SA.V-JAK. "vUiU wlill*} i luive neverbefor** ^lvo:i a profcs- sloiuil liiiinr.-eM)ont to ». yroprlelary rcinwu}-, I say unliesibitlnul.* nncl Rlioiit reserve Uiiit i con sldcr sAN-.UK a verltiibii 1 boon '.o Immunity and ufL«riip|ilr|.it> it to cliesurcat pro'ps.slu:iiil te.its, cwi siiir wl !i rnnUiie.'ice, U Is better lUan it Is re- cunimendcd co be. Isiiiillcotuimie to prescribe It In all c.-iscs of (jKiilto-urlnary or catarrliai troubles, In prcfer- enci- to al ntlicr kifnvn rt-mfdles. Js u NBHVK TONIC, SAN JAKcan bo relied upon fully and pmlnli 1 . Tha delicious taste of tbo mpdleliiHls il.soin It< favor, In i>n>scrlblns It fur children. 1 urn at present iisI"cSAX-J iK ;LS an alter-itlve In skin diseases, amJ In sever..! cises of cur nloecxema. have yielded SD readily to Its 1n- llHfncf tliMt I sball continue to u.so It In similar «is«s, t'i'ellne conllik'iit tbat it will meet all tbe Indications In such caws 'A Iliroil fill) W«ntc<i: "Xot by UK-! Since using- Zo»» PhOra I can do my own work. It is Woman's Friend, indeed." So g»y scores of women today. Sold by Coulson & Co. and B. F. Keeping Held Unrtor AdvlHpn enf. The argurnentof counsel In the In. junction suit of D. P. Baldwin VB. Sheriff Homburg, waa heard jester- day by special judge D. D. Fickle, in the north court room. The judge has the case under advisement. The IHiiciwy Savftl Her Life: Mr. Gr. Calllouuo, Druggist Bear. eraville. III., eays: 'To Dr KIDP'S New Discovery 1 owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Havlnu DA King's now Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and befraa Its use and from tbe first dose began to get better, and afier using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth i:e weight in gold. We won't keep store or bouse wiihout it. Gat a trial bottle at B. F. Koea- lin"-'ri dru" store. Chamberlaln'o Eya and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching 1'iles, Bums, Frost Bite*, Chronic Sore .Eyes and Granulated Ey,»-tJda. For sale by druggists .at 20 cents per tn.-f. TO HOBSE OWNERS. For putting a horse in a fine healthy con* dition try l)r. Cady's Condition Powder*. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure (Signed) WEO.'W; S.SYDKR, if. D. loss of appetite, relievo constipation, correct • ,_0bi«tfto. ill kidney disordeni and destroy worms, giving .. . t -^ _ _ new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25 b? BEN FISHER DRUGGIST cents per padage. ForsalobydnisgiA Oh! What a difference in the evening—when a woman !ms cleaned house all day with. Pearline, instead of the old-fashioned way. It's so much easier. There isn't a thing anywhere about the house (that you'd take water to) but Pearline can save you time and work on it. Saves that wearing rubbing- on your paint and wood work, too. And what a difference to every one in the house when the cleaning is done quickly 1 *l 1 '.7 j-. r . _-".__- ,1 /*„ „ A.4-! ^* ^^ I ^^J^« ^ W* £*r% and easily and without any fuming and fretting! ought to' get together and insist on Pearline. You men <M^ LC /•^TTT7' < '*5 -fr 0 /^ JD\5 W CLl 'Z,' you an imitation, Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yop, "tliis is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearlini is never peddled: if your tjrocer sends l^ironest-WiV&K*. M ' J AMES-pVLE.S-ew York. PISO S CURE, FOR „ The Best C ITnstes Good. Us? in Isold by CONSUMPTION I presume we have used over one hundred bottles of Piso's Cure for Consumption in my am, continually advising others family, and I to aret it. Undoubtedly it is the Best Cough Medicine I ever used.— W. C. MILTENBEEGER," Clarion, Pa. f Dec. 29,1894. 1 sell Piso's Cure for Consumption, and never have any com-. ~ plaints.—E. SHORET, Postmaster, Shorey, Kansas, Dec. 21st, 1894.

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