Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 12, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 12, 1895
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Don't Get Soaked! By wearing poor shoddy shoes "'."•'• -'; ~ DON'T GET SOAKED! By paying two prices for inferior goods when we can seU you Honest Solid Leather from the cheapest to .the finest grades at snch astonishingly low prices. We know that Sample Shoes! is what you ought to buy and if you investigate, we know that SAMPLE SHOES is what you will buy. Here is a few sample prices of sample shoes. 73e 98c lOc : Ladies' Dongola Oxford slippers. Guaranteed solid leather. Regular price $1-50 Men's lace or congress solid leather throughout. Worth fully twice as much Infant's button shoes, soft or flexible soles. Either Patent Leather or Dongola kid /h A f\r\ Ladies' fine Don- Mi 'I ) < go' a kid - Newstyle fIJ I /LjlJtoes, You've got to V4/ -A-.*-<V^ pay $2.50 for them in other stores. 75c 48c 75c Ladies' Dongola button shoes, patent tip, stylish and good, others ask $1.50 for 'em Children's Dongola kid, spring heel, patent tip, They are considered cheap at 75c elsewhere Boy ; s Veal Calf Shoes. Solid as a rock and worth fully double the Lace Men's Tan shoes ' toes, genuine Rusia Calf. Made to sell at $4.50. They're nobby Everything in the way of footwear sold the same way. Everything guaranteed, as represented^ money refunded. JAMPLE I-H-OE 32 Ike Oppenheimer, Manager. USB ONLY a e It is pure and healthful and always ready! Makes delicious Pancake?, Muffins and Gems. Crystal Wheat Flakes Are superior to ali others. Crystal Rice Milling Company. MARION IND. Ask grocer. FISH! If you want a Line fresh FISH leave your order with F. Cha , i ar -TELEPHONB 172.- A fine variety of frosh lake fish received daily. No cold storage Voods. We dress nnd deliver without extra cl fl. E; TOUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Xose, Lang, Liver tod Chronfc DlsoJUta. Office and Residence over Swte National Bunk. Hoars l« to 12 a. m.. - to 4 p. m.i and 7 to 8 p. in. HI (alls promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZER'9 DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Ch»Hp Cottape.-t For Sale. Wanted Lots and Acres Vor Sale. Wautetl Small Fiirma For Sale. Wanted Business Blocks For Sale. ' Wanted to Exchance farms for Cttjr Property. » Wanted MerchandUB to Tr^le tor i'arms. ADDRESS M. 31. GO ROOM. Sprf Blocfc . Logansport,' Indiana. JOSEPH GILLOirS STEEL PENS PonfTS THE MOST PERFECT OF FENS. KKOEGER & STEAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12. All the po, those new hats at Morris Flsher'd. Garden and flowor seeds at Kreis' Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway. They are Beauties—The new neckwear at Morris Fisher's. Junior League and entertainment and social at Whsatland church, Friday evening. TWO nice furnished rooms for married couple without children. Call at 1717 Broadway-Insurance and Loans—A. few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money In, any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M. Closaon, No. 319 Pearl street. A Crowning Success. C. E. DeVus. editor of the Cooper- vilU (Miob.) Observer, is a worthy exnmple o( what puth and energy, with keen business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondent, Mr. DeVos said: "I was born in Keene, Canada,, in 1806. In 1857, I migrated with my parents to Pelle, Iowa, received a com. mon Bvhool education, Drifted into the printing business, and removed to BuUlo Crctiic, Mich., where I bscame foreman ID the large prinlintf house of Gago & Son. I recently purchased the pnpjr of which I am now editor. My lite work has been very confining and exacting 1 and, as a result, my hep-Hh gu,ve 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, tns 1 appetite failed me Had I had to choke down what little I did eat. Abou two months ago my attention was directed to Be. Wheeler's Nerve Vitali'/.er and I concluded to try it. It had a wonderful effect00 me; in a few nights I was able to get all the sleep needed, my appetite returned and became as ravenous a? a wolfs, 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 Vitallzer to be a truly wonderful cure for all nerve troubles, such as nervous prostration, spa=me. £Us, mental depression, ex_ nausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. JUas \ot Been Heard From. • A petition was yesterday filed ask. ing for the appointment of Patrick Walsh as administrator of the estate of Bernard Gorman, who disappeared many years ago, and has not since been heard from. Beivare of Ointments for CalarrhThat Cuntala Jlercnrj-. As mercury will surely destroy the sense o£ smell and completely derange tne whole system when entering it through tbe mucous surfaces. Such articles should never ba used except O n preset!? 1 tlons from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cnra manufactured by K. J. Cheney i Co.. Tot-do, 0., can-' tains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acilns directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces ol the system. Inbiiyiac Hall's Catarrh Core be sure you get the Renulne. It Is taken Internally and made In Toled*. Ofclo, 67 F. J. Cbe»ey 4- Co Teftlmonlals free, _. OTJM *r drajjists, pflcs To:, par bottlt. George Wapner of Peru, & Wabash fireman spent Sunday In this city. Mike Conners head caller at the Pan Handle round house was off duty yeaterday mornlnp. A. B. Coleman has been appointed freight and ticket agent at Kamlngton for the Pan Handle vice P. E. Carson resigned. The Ladies 1 Auxiliary to the O. R. C, will give a supper and eootal March 19 at the home of Mrs. Riddle on Railroad street. Pan Handle engine 500 has been ordered In the shop for repairs and engine 411 has been fitted up to take her place In the yard. The engine of the Pacific express on the Penney Irania exploded near Harrisburg, Pa., Saturday instantly killing the engineer and fireman. S up t. Hatch of the Vtindalia will soon move bis family from Maple iirove to the Coleman property lately vacaied by the Hon. W. D. Owen. Saturday evening aa Wabash pas- secger train No. U was nearing HuDtiogton a rllle ball crashed through one of the coach windows barely missing C T. Smith,a Toledo traveler. The last of the four new class B ecginea consigned to the Chicago division of tbe Pan Handle has arrived and ia BOW in the round bouse being prepared for the road. She has been cumbered 405. The management of tbe Vandal:a line will, H ia said, oetablieh a block and interlocking signal system, and will also construct water tanks so that water may bs ecooped up without slacking ihe speed of trains. Geo'l. Supt. Miller arrived In tbe city yesterday on No. 19. It wfis. his original intention to go over the State Line branch and an engine and'crew had been ordered by telegraph for this purpose. Later he changed bib mind and went on to Chicago. A bill has been introduced in the legislature of Pennsylvania which makes tresspassing on railroad premises a misdemeanor, punishable by Qne and imprisonment. The bill also requires railroad companies to fence in their tracks In cities and towns and provide jates at every crossicg. A press dispatch from Chicago eayc: Tbe Switchmen's Mutual Aid Aeeocla tlon, of which Charles Booty was elected president at tbe last meeting, met this evening with 402 members present. The new constitution was adopted, the most important feature of which is the entire omission of anything which moy be construed as countenancing strikes The remaining offices yet unfilled were provided- for tonignt by the elecikn of J. J Carroll, treasurer; H. H. Kumbold, chairman of board of directors; John Reston and William Buroes, all of Chicago, members of the board of directors. The correspocding secretary, G. S. Cjssack, is located at Chicago in which city the haadquarters of the order is located. How 10 Cure KlieuniMtsm. Aiuao, Coos Co., Orecon, Nov. 10, IS .03 I wish to inform you of the great good Chamberlains .pain Balm bas doce my wife. She has been troubled with rheumatism ol the arms and hands for six months, and has tried many rtmcdies prescribed for that com plaint, but found no relict until she used this Pdln Balm; one bottle of which has completely cured her. I take pleasure ' in recommending it for that trouble. Tours truly, C. A. Bullord, Fifty csnt and $1 bottles for sale by B. P. Keejling, Druggist. The large plate glass window of the Progress clothing store last evening 13 broken by a big rock thrown through tho window, the boulder ind the broken glass can be seen in the window'scattered over the new spring line of men's and boys' clothing. The Progress paople are now smashing the prices. Hurt ID a Kunairny. Frank Talker's horse took right at & street car Sunday afternoon and ran away on tbe Market street bridge. Tho buggy waa broken and Mr. Felker sustained a sprained shoulder. In the fall of 1893, a son of Mr. T. A, McFarland.a prominent merchant of Live Oak, Suiter Co., Cal., was taker with a very heavy cold. The pains in his chest were so severe that he had spasms and was threatenedjwith pneumonia. His father gave him several large dosea 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 cures them- He considers it thejbest cough remedy in the market. For sale by B: F. GF.CS IN ITS WORK. Tbe Diphtheria Paclea'a at Burroum Treated .With Autl-Toxln are Improving. Tn« eight year old Justice child at Burrows, recently operated on by Dr. C. L. Souder with Anti-Toxin fordip^ theria, was yesterday reported much Improved. According to tbe physblans's report yesterday the case of dlptheria in the family of Wm. Scott has-been arrested by the action of Antl.Toxin, the famous antidote. } Funeral of.Ultiiael Reed. A large gathering^! the friends and neighbors joined the sorrowing relatives at the funeral of the late Michael Reed yesterday forenoon at St. John's church in Clinton township. It was one of the largest funerals ever held in Clinton township What It) the Work of (he Klduej'xT To remove from the Dlood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which- have been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to tbe system. Every particle of blood in the body goes 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. Xcrvous Debility. E?ory person having nervous debility organic weakness, or failing mem ory, is entitled lo sympathy of every, honest person, and or.ould huvo extended medical aid such ns is found in ••San Jak." Suld by Bau Fisher, druggist. It I iixo In « Grocery Window. A small oil ze in the front window of Kay Bror ' Market Birvoi proo.eiy vt-'iierdny at 4 a. m , pn-b..b!y 'caused ny n jTiis j - ; . "as pui out -vita liule lu.-s. t'bt; d-purtmeui was called. Bur.kii'n'M .-VriiK-a Sulvo. The beat salvo in the world for cuts, bruises eurfcs, ulcers, ga.lt rheum lever sores, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all ekin orup tions, and positively cures piles, or DO pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^ money refunded. Price 25 cents per boy. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. • Tho Stic Held Good. The case of Mrs. Maria McClure vs. Da-iel Belts to replevin a horse sold by her husband to tbe defendant, has been decided by 'Squire Hight in favor of Setts. The animal was valued at $50. A Household Tronsurc. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, > T . Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in tho house and his family has always found tho very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it, if procurable. G. A. Dykerunn, druggist, Catskill, N. Y., say that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used It n his family for eight years, and it bas never failed to do all that is claimed for It. Why not try a remedy ao long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at B. F. Koosling's drugstore. Regular size 50c. and $1. lAfterTHREE MONTHS of Daily Wear This Collar Is SUll in Good Condition.:; That'sbccauseit.'stlic 1 'CEi,l.ul.oiD" j Collar. Its original cost was 35 cts. | mid it cost tlic wearer nothing afterwards to keep it clean. When soiled, simply wipe olT with sponge or \vct cloth. ? Thcsccollors and cuffs arc r.-:';v- • > $ Proof, aad arc tho ooly \vau-:j;.-cv(" J ^oods made with an interlining of | liscn ; therefore the ouly ones that ' crm last aad give absolute satisfhc- | -.-.on. Even,- piece of the genuine is Damped us follows: -.' r.cmse anything that is not soj •j ;-::iriccd, and if your dealer has uot< ^ ; jot ihc right kind SLMK! direct to us, j '•>< nrKwing nniounl, and \vc will mail < •J YOU r. sn;::plc postpaid. Collars 25 < 7,cis. each. Cufls 50 cts. pair. Givcl J.'ii/.c, and state whether stand-up orj •\ • uracd-dowu collar is waited. IVKE CELLULOID COMPANY,; -1-.27-VJ9 ttnuulwur. KKXV YORK. Audrew MirhnoU I'»««OH Awny. Andrew Michaels a car inspector in thu Pao Handle yards,tiled at his residence on the South Side yesterday af- leraoon at 5 o'clock, ot pneumonia. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. Mr. B. F. Koesling desires us to publish the followiag extract from a letter of Charles M. Gutfold, of Reed« ley, Fresno Co., Cal., as be handles tbe remedy referred to and wants hie customers to know what a splendid medicine it i?: ••It is with pleasure I tell you that by one day's use of Chamberlain's Cough remedy I was relieved of a very severe cold. My bead was completely stopped up and I could not sleep at night. I can recommend this remedy." A cold nearly always starts In tho bead and afterwards extends to the tbroat.and Jungs. By using- this remedy freely as soon as the cold has been contracted it will euro tho cold at ODCO and prevent it from extending to the lungs. Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment JL"Aa]l(I.S, JitlJllJJj JL ij^>j J>UUJ^j J.4VHI. kr»w^| Chronic Sore Kycs:md Granulated Eye Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per bos. TO HOESE°OWTSTEB3. For putting a horse In a fine healthy con* dition try L>r. Gidy's Condition Powder* They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life 1o an old or over-worked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by druggists. Oh! What dineren 3 o'" i 'x. '/ ^'V /" \ N { V\^p jjs^^fi ?\~ "1"*^^ **" ^ Cl1 ±Lii "''"i ' IL ~ J u *~^ ^ * ji '/ i 'fyfv i XN^s ioned way - k ' s so nm. r^ ^-^^ e. in the evening— \vncn r. \voman has. cleaned house; ali uay with Pearline, instead of the old fash- miich easier, 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 orTyour paint and wood work, too. And what a difference to every one in the house when the cleaning is done quickly and easily and without any fuming and fretting ! You men ou^ht to get together and insist on Pesrline. & I'eddlcrs and rorr.e -nscrumilf;::!-. grocers will tell ytra. •• :his is .is gooii a< " "• " '-':'- l >'i"'' •'- 1'carline. *TS !•" XT SF IV'rii-" i ;•—•"•- ••-••t~:n\<"l i'' voi:r cr<iccr sends /•/• " "' ' ' '-':-.' : >YLK, Xcw York. : 0 uan iiniuiic:.. '.•;• : ; ..•.:!•!•: — :fna :t ««. .;;-. The 35esc Cough Tastes Good- Use I presume we have used over one hundred bottles of_Piso'3 1 Cure, for Consumption in my family, and I 'am Continually advising others to get it. Undoubtedly it is the Best Cough Medicine I -ever used.—"W. C. MILTESBEKGER, Clarion, Pa., Dec. 29, 1894. 1 sell Piso's Cure for Consumption, and never have any com-, plaints.—E. SHOEEY, Postmaster, Sbsrey, Kansas, Dec. 21st. 1894. ;*' "•'"' • '•*>'•''" ••''• : •.. ••.."••'.*<•'.'

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