Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 8, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 8, 1895
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WE LEAD THE But never imitate. Let us impress this on your mind so that you wont forget it:-All job lots, old styles, shelfworn goods and odds and ends are not Sample Shoes. We are the Only Sample Shoe Company! Every pair of shoes in our store is a Sample Pair, The best that can be made. We have a buyer in th'e market all the time—he knows how and whereto buy--for cash only—we know how to sell. By offering Honest Goods. .Your money back if you want it ACCIDENTS .KOB JANUARY. The monthly statement of tie road Gazette shows that in January there were 129 railway accidents in this country, ID which thirty-two persona wera'kllled and 100 injured. The statement Includes fifty-Sre hesd and rear collisions, elxty seven derail- menis and seven accidents from other causes. The number of accidents wa greater than in January, 1894, but in 1894 business was lighter, showing that when business Is good accident are more numerous. Of those killed twenty-three were employes, fou: passengers and Bve trespassers, O those lojured.fttty-four were employee forty -five passengers and one a tres. passer. The number of-passenger injured was the largest in any month for years. Several of the collisions were due to blinding snowstorms. HIS KAME IS JOHN WALKER. Ladies' Putenf. Leather Oxford Slippery always nrll at f2.SU, Our price U I U. $1.23 Men'w Congress, or ball creufed Vamp shoes, warranti'd solid throughout, worth $2. Our price Boy's solid calf lace shoes. Sell •everywhere at fl.OO. Our price 75c WeVo got more Savings Banks for tho Children and some little Photograph Cameras that will take pictures, for the older ones Come in Saturday and get one, Thev : re Fine, Infants' Patent Leather or la kid button shoes... lOc Misse*' fine kid, ht-el or spring heel dress shoes, fine and dressy. Made to sell at $2. Our price 89c Ladies' fin* Dougola kid shoes soft and fltxible aud war (\Qn ranted. Hard to (jet'em at null $2. Our price vvw We have a superb line of Ladies' Slippers at just about price. Everything guaranteed as represented. half IAMPLE '-HOE 1322. Ike Oppenheimer, Manager. 322 Fourth St., East Side. Is a combiaation (>f Wheat and Corn! and is absolutely pure Do not ttke an inferior Always ready. CRYSTAL WHEAT FLAKES ARE THE BUST Ask brand Insist on having CRYSTAL. FRBStt FISH! Tf you wnnta flne fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNBY, -TELEPHONE, 172.- A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. We dress find deliver without extra charge. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nose, Lang, Liter and Chronic Dlsoisea, Ofltoa and Residence over State National Bank. Boon 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to •» p. m., nnU 7 to 8 p, m. Ill wills promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Climip Cottages For Sale. W«nt«i Lots aivl Acres ''"or Sals, Wanted Small Farm* t'oc AUe. Wonwd Buslneai Blocks For dale. Wanted to Kxcnanse farms for City Property. Wanted Merctonill.it) 10 Tradejtor Farms. . .11. «OH1K». Sprj Block Logaiisporc,.Indiana. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS TEE MOST PEEFECT 07 PENS. KKOEGEH & STRAIN, Undertakers -and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY .MORNING, MARCH 8. Overworked women need Zoa Phora. Natural gas bills lor March now due and payable, Garden and flour seeds . at Kreis' Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway. To maiden, wife or mother, Zoa, t*hora is a truaty friend. See the immense line of imported Une of dress Roods at the Bee Hive. $1 98 buys more and finer 8ho«a than ever beloro in the hlatory of Loffans- port. Insurance and Loans—A lew hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money In any amount, to loan on" mortgage leourlty—S. M. Clo»»on,, N0.319 Pearl itreet. . A Crowning SUCCOKH. C. E DoVos. editor of the Cooper- vine (Mich.) Observer, is a worthy example ot what piieh and energy, with keen business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondent, Mr. DeVos said: ••I was horn in Keene, Canada, in 1865. In 1-857, I migrated with my parents to Pelle, Iowa, received a common school education, Drifted Into the printing business, and removed to Battle Creek;, Mich., where I became foreman in the large prlnticg house of Gag-e & Son. I recently purchased the pipsr of which I am now editor. My life work has been very confining and exacting and, as a result, my health gave out and I broke down with nervous exhaustion and sleeplessness. I was in such a condition that I.could not sleep until completely worn out, rav appetite failed me and I bad to choke down what little I did eat. Abou two months ago my attention waa directed to Be. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer and I concluded to try It. It had a wonderful eflfecton me; in a few nights I was able to get all the sleep needed, my appetite .returned and became as ravenous &» 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 Yitalizer to be a truly wonderful .cure for all nerva troubles, such as nervoua prostration, spasms, fl'B, mental depression, ex.. nauateel vitality,despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben FUher, Druggist. Death ot • Hotel IWan, The remains of Simon Knepper, who died Wednesday night at Fairfield, Ohio, will be taken to his home at Royal Center for burial. Tbe cause of death was pceumonia. Mr. Knepper was the landlord of one of the Joyal Center hotels. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Thai Contain llerearr. As mercury will surely destroy the sense or. smell and coin pletclj derange the whole system whea entering ic through the mucous surfaces. Such irtlrJei should n->vt>r beuj-d except on prascrip- ttoijs from reputable phrslcif ns. as the damage hey will do Is ten fold w the good you can pos»l- ilyderlvr-lrom them. Hall's Catarrh Core manufactured byF.J. Cheney*Co..To!-do, O., c«n- uims no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and. matrons surfaces ot be system. Inbuyiae Hall's Catarrh Cure be ore you get the geiulne. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, or F. J, Chwey &- Co T*»Uman'als free. ."'• '•' . The farmers of Fairmount township Grant county, are denouncing the management of the Chicago, Indiana. & Eastern Railway company, at the head of which is Harry Drew, the Chicago railroad man, because he is insisting on the collection of the tax voted the company in Fairmount township, together with the .penalty. A. large amount was given to tho road as a subsidy, but when the panic came Mr Drew suspended work on his line, and It was understood tbe project was abandoned The farmers,- in consequence, refused to pay tho tax. which remains uncollected, and as work nai been resumed on the road, tbe com pany wants the tax and penalty. Tbe farmers are holding indignation meetings, determined to resist collec. tloa. Indianapolis News: Railroad men from every division of tbe Pennsylvania company are attending- the sessions of the Legislature to- lobby in behalf of the bill legalizing the organization or voluntary relief associations. Some of the lobbyists who are train men say that they are individually opposed to the bill, but that they are eenl here to work for It, and that it would be fatal to their positions if they did not obey. Thay admit that iha relief association costs as much as or more than straight insurance, and that relief is not guaranteed to them If they lose their positions with the company after paying for years Into the fund. They say that although the association Is "voluntary" every railroad man understands that it is to ble interest to belong. Edwin Walker, OBO of the leading railway-lawyers of'the West was, OB Thursday, awarded a' judgment for $85 000 against the Chicago, Danvl le & Viacannes road, now the Chicago & Eastern Illinois, in a Chicago court. Tne fee is fora ten years' period of service and considering the bsneflts defendent company derived from bis services, the court did not deem the fee too high. Herbert Smith, who several months ago lost an arm and was otherwise injured while switching cars at Kenneth has been discharged from St. Francis hospital and yesterday left for his homo in Toronto, Canada. Harry P. Robinson, one of the editors of "The Railway Age" has written a novel and called it "Men Born Equal." The new book has elicited the approval of the Chicago and other metropolitan papers. The VcindaUa. ticket office has been moved ic to a temporary structure at the west end of ihe building where it will remain until the new station will be completed about May 1st. Tbe Pennsylvania officials have issued a bulletin announcing the appointment of W. H. Potter to Cthe su- perlntendency of the Toledo division, vice J. S. Morris, deceased, Mr. George L. Stevens, for|,fourteen years chief claim clerk for the Vandalia line, has been appointed chief clerk ot the general' freight department of that road at St. Louis, Mo. Pan Handle train dispatcher M. D. Ryan and wife were called to Ridge- vllle yesterday by. a telegram announcing Vb.e serious illness of a relative. Eoglne 521 ia laid up for temporary repairs. Her place on the Marlon and Wlnnmac dummy- Is being filled by engine 627. Pan Handle engine 367 will be Bent to tbe Celumbus shops in a day or two for a gene r al overhauling. Pan Handle engine 388 went in the back shop yesterday for repairs. The Man Who Jlmrt "Suake*" in a. Chc*t Han Been lauded at Jalnpa. Grant County I* an Alleged liorxe Thief. J ihn Walker, an alleged harness tbiof, who bas been making a tour of this section, driving a rig wiih a box in the rear of the buggy, markad with big yellow characters, "Saakes," was yesterday captured by the sheriff of Grant county, at the hamlet of Jalapa northwest of Marion. Among the sufferers from the visits of the alleged'robbsr were people at Flora, Walton and many other places in Carroll and Case counties and along his loute. Part of the stolen goods was recently recovered at Bunker Hill. Amoog the people robbed at Walton were Charles Tilley, who lost three sets of harness and a robe, and Dr. Dutchess, who was relieved of a'setof harness and'a robe. It is said the buggy and horse used by the alleged ihlef were stolen some time ago from a man at Ludburn. 111. It is not known where Mr. Walker's trial will beheld, aa he ia wanted at several places. The fllsovfry suvril Her Life: Mr. G. Calllouue, Druggist. Beav- ersville, III., fajt: -To Dr. King's New Discovery 1 owe my life. Was t»ken with la grippe and t- ied all tbe physiciaus for tulles about, but of no avail and WHS given up and toldlcou'd not live. Having Dr. li\n°\ii new Discovery In my slurs I seat for a boule and beciin is use nod from tbe first dose b&tiun in get bet'.er, and afier using ihreii boaies was'up and nbout agaiu. ll in wuri.n U- .vtigSl in gold. We won'i- Kert:i i-iore iir hnuse wilhou' it Gn ;i uui bottle ni 8. F. K«es- iDg': 1 drug s'ore. Oui IM Hie FlrK Tbe F. O. WlUon woeraf gal- ery Is now open for bueinesp. New and ttti.riictlva necessaries and refur- nisned throughout. Call and see our iuiful Purls .panels and platino work. We are in Brood way, 510. Weak, Irritable,Tired "I Was No Good on Earth." CVIINII* Tukvii in Mix Jlonri. li look jjst fix hours for the big 'orce of Sunday school workers to canvass tbe city, aod complete their enumeration. The result will not be announced for several days. Don't forget the fair that ia being ID ibe Justice block by the ladles of tbe Christian Church, nor the good dinner aod supper that will be prepared on the Majestic range Friday and Situroay, and served for 25 cents. Dr. Miles' Nervine strengthens the weak, builds up the broken down constitution, and permanently cures every kind of nervous disease. •'.4601ft one year ago ItcasafllicteJi trith- ncrraiosneK.tf uleeplensnett, Creeping Mentation in HIV <<'f *« ftlijiM paljiitation of Mil heart? Distracting confnsion of the, mind, Sf.rioun Ions or lapne. of memory. Weighted, tloirn trith cart iintl tcorry. I completfiv lout appetittt And- felt my vitality wearing on*, I tran ireak, irritable and tire*, Jf u freight tra* reduced to ISO lb», f In fact X tra* no good, on tnrttt* A frleud brought me D*. Miles' book, "Now and Start- llns Facts," and I finally decided to try a bottle of DR. MILES' Ro- oratfvo Nervine, Boforo I had taken ^ ^, _',.•_!>_ one bottle I could sleep as well as a lO-yr.-old boy. My appotlto returned greatly increased. OTieu Itiatl taken the sixth bottto Mv freight, increased to -ITC {»«., Tlie. se.njtatlon imiiy le.amcaitfione; my nerve* steadied, completely; Jtfy memory iras fully restored, JHy brain seetne.dcle.arer than e.i-c.r, I felt axffoodajianiiinnnon earth, Itr, Stiles' Kcjitoratire Xe.rr.ino in A great medicine. I a sun re von," Aupusia, MB. WALTER K. BUHBA.VK. Dr. Miles' Ncrrlno Is sold on a positive puanuiiL'O r.|i;LCi.Lctirsr.houIe will benefit AlIdrusL'tstssp.llitar.Sl, fl boitlos forfj.or it will tie'sent, prepaid, on receipt, ot price byUioDr. Miles.Modica.1 Co., Elkbart, iixL Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health City clerk.'* Monthly Stutrmeiif. City Clerk Winters ha* rn»de the follow! ng report for the month of February, 1895, of order* Issued and for what purpose: Street department ............................. t 44321 Pnllca department .............................. »3< (W Tnti>re-ton bonds ......................... - ......... 4,010 00 Intern -I on orders .................................... -M 00 SpecHlc. ............................ . ...................... 23S OS Cltr aitornev. ................................... - 110 dO Ceir.ecerj- ............................................... 33 70 Fire department ................. - ................ <MS 13 Elprttlc lluht, mnlnwnance ..................... l.»2 ffi Meo'rlo llxlit construction ............ . ........ 5.31M 21 Statloiiprj' ................................................ 1(il1 *» Sewer drpartment ................. . ................. 4» «0 Gns (lepitrun«jit .......... .. ....................... a> 92 Engineer's department. ............................ 75) tiO Total 51 Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX PI »HB«, Druggist. CHICAGO; March 7,1891. IK Bruroux, CHICAGO. MY UKAK.•*][<—Mjattention was first culled to AN-JAKlasiye<irln tlie case of Captain J. M. rosins, el 'IVrru liauui, (nd., who wus aiucked i th'3 City witli acute nephritis and cj-stltls (In- animation ol the bliidder ;ind kidneys) After eri'JlMK tfoausiu) remedies wltUout avail Siin- ak was siiwsted. and inn Improvement was so murluM alter tfMlrs'.dosn,and a coniplec-. cure followed so upefdlly, that I at once commenced an InvesiliflHlo or Its merits and IIHTB si/ice prescribed It In nlniost every known form of Kidney bladder, uretnril. vicinal and caianlial troubles, followed in e .ch Instanc-i by the liaptUost results. A case ot Hrmresl.s(lnvolumarjr flow ol urine) In my own famlo' was very nindi Improved by a few doses, and radically cured In Jess th.vi a werk Krom practical experience In a number of bad ca>es of li-ucorrhoea I am free to say tb.it l have found no remedy tbut Is *>qa-il to SAN-JAK ^nd while I Ixive never before given a professional Indorsement to a proprietary remwSy, I say unhesitating and *lthout reserve that I con elder JJA.N'-.IAK a verltiible boon to humanity and after ain>lv|r,({ It to tbe surest pro'esslonal tests, can say wl h conlldence, It Is better than it la recommended to be, 1 shall continue to prescribe It In all cases or (fenlto-urlnary or catarrhal troubles, In preference to al' otiier known remedies. >» a NERVJC TONIC, SAN-JAK can be relied apnn fully and rni!r-;ly. The dcllcloiw taste of the medicine Is also In Its favor. In prescribing It for children. I am at cireaent using SiN-lAK as an alterative In skin diseases, and In several cases of chrrnle eczema have yieldnd-so readily to Its tn- tlMpncotbat [shall continue to use It In similar cases, f eeliiiK conlldent that It will meet all the indication!) In inch cants. Yours sincerely, (Signed) ttito W. SNTDER, M. D. (Chl«ago,IJI. 8o h'y d BEN FISHER DRUGGIST It is a fact 'that nearly all reliable proprietary medicines wore first used and thoroughly tested in practice by phvsiciane of more than usual ability. Oyet some physicians snoer at such medicines Tbe reason Is plainly seen by taking Brant's Balsam for illustration, known everywhere as reliab'.e and sure to cure every sort of luog and throat trouble, except last stages of consumption. Why ie it not just aa good for your case as a physician's prescription, which might cost three or four times as much, though no surer to cure. Large 25 and 50 oent bottles at Ben Fisher's drug store. Ladle-.' HoMpital Aid Sorl.'i.T. Tne Ladies Hospital Aid Society met at the residence of Mrs. M. C.. Wade yesterday and completed Its organization with a membership of 25. The officers are as follows: President, Mrs. Mary Backer; secretary, Mrs, Edward Bucher; treasurer, Mrs. M Fansler. How n Runaivjiy Wan flopped. A horee belonglrg- to the Eol river stables that was left standing- in front of Elliott's grocery store run away Wednesday about noon. A youn(j man, whose name was not learned, succeeded in stopping the boree by climbing in at the back «nd of the buck. board. No damage was done. Cure Tor As a remedy for all forms of bead- ache Electric Bitters has proved to be tbe very best. It effects a permanent cure aed the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its icfloence. We urge ell who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and' give this remedy & fair trial. la cases of habitual con. stipatlon Electric" Bittern cures by giving the needed tone to tbe bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only fifty cents atB. F. Keee- ling's drug ttore. Bndtlen'H Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cute, ! bruleea, sores,, ulcer?, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, ohllbl&lns, corns, and all ikln erup. tions,-and .positively cures piles, or no p»y required. It i« guaranteed to gire perfect aathfactionjor money re- j funded. Prloe 25^cenW perTwr. For ule by B. F. KeMllng. . I Oh! What a difference in the evening—when a woman has cleaned house all day with Pearline, instead of the old-fash- lone( J 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 3. difference-'. to every one Jn the house when the cleaning is done quickly and easily anl without any fuming and fretting! You men. ought to get together and insist on Pearline. Peddlers and some aiiscrapnlons grocers will tell WO. " this is as good as" or " the same as Pearline." IT'S .; FALSE—Pearline is never peddled; if vour grocer I Beware 9OO «n imitation, be honest— send it bock. 443 JAMES PYLK, New Yocfc.

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