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March 13, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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PpfPlKf^ Don By wearing poor shoddy shoes DON'T GET SOAKED! By paying two prices for inferior goods when we can sell you Honest Solid Leather from the cheapest to the finest grades at such 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. Hera is a few sample prices of sample shoes. 73c 98c Ladies' Dongola Oxford slippers. Guaranteed solid leather Regu,'ar price $1.50 Men's lace or congress solid leather throughout. Worth fully twice as much A f\ Infant's button shoes, I f If* s °ft or flexible soles, I i/l ;Either Patent Leather or v ^Dongolakid f!) A /^O Ladies' fine Don- My I J "< gola kid. Mew style (U JL«/jO toes ' You've got to ^^ . pay $2.50 for them in other stores. Ladies' Dongola button shoes, patent tip, stylish and good, others; ask $1.50 for 'em Children's Dongola kid,, spring hee), patent tip, They are considered cheap at 75c elsewhere Boy's Vea! Calf Shoes. Solid as a rock and worth fully double the money Men's Tan Lace Shoes, Picadiiiy 'toes, genume Russia Gait, 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. J ACCIDENTS OF A TEAK There has been a great deal of agttaiion within, the last few years in favor of the introduction of safety appliances that would reduce the dangers of railway operating, and much has been done for the preservation of life and limb, but the Inter- stale Commerce Commission Report just issued shows that the death roll continues to be frightfully large. The number of railway employes killed during tho year covered by this report fjom July 1, 1 SOS to June 30, 1894. was 2.727, being greater by 173 than those killed during the previous year. Tne numbsr of em. ployes injured was 31,729, being greater by 3.462 than the number inured tho previous year. The increase in the number of employes during the year was 52 187. The number of passengers killed durlrg the year was 299. baing loss by 77 than the number killed tbe previous year, and the n bsr injured was 3 229 being'2 in excess of the number injured the previous year. The total number of passengers car.- ried was 503 5GO 615 in 1S93. as against 500 958,211 in 1S92, being an increase of 32 (502 Ml, Under the heading ' U.her persons" is included a statement of tha number of person kill ad and inja^ed by railway accidents who, at, tbe time of tho casually, were neither employes nor passengers. It includes casualties at aialions, highway crossings, and to trespassers upon tracks. Tho totul number of deaths during ibe ven.r on account of ii':cidenis 10 persons of this class, iri connection with railways, was 4,320, i'.nd tho total number Injured was 5,'135. Oa account of lack of freight business on the Pan Handle one yard engine on the day shifi has been ordered off. There are but eight switch- Ing crews employed in the yard now four during- the day and as many at niy it. A. Cincinnati court has decided that a sleeping car company is responsible for valuables left by the passengers with the company's porter. Tbe case was hotly contested by the Pullman company whicL did not want a precedent set. While trying to board a moving freight train at Peru last Sunday Cass Peterson, an old L. E. & W. passenger conductor lost his foothold and got a hand under the wheels cutting- it off at the wrist. Wm. Brewer, who lost a leg- In th Colehour wreck during the World Fair, has for some time been check ing cars on the Pan Handle repai tracks. H, B. Weeks has been appointed agent at Lacrosse for the Pan Handle vice A. B. Coletnan transferred to Remington, Pan Handle conductor Thos. Hartsook is off duly owing to an attack o rheumatism. From LaQrippe. How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored One of Kentucky's Business Men to Health. 22 0 E Ike Oppenheimer, Manager. USB ONLY D, It is pure and haalth'ul aud ai\v«3*s re&dy! Makes delicious Pancike^. Muffius a,nd Gems. Crystal Wheat Flakes Are superior to all i-tbers. Crystal Rice Milling Company. Ask yuurgrucer. MARION IND. If von \vnntii One fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KENNEY, -TELEPHONE, 172.- A tine variety of fresh lake fish received duily. No cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extru charj-e. fl. E. TRDAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nose, Lang, Llrer •nd Chronic Dlaenscs. Office and Residence over State National Bank, HOOTS 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p, m., jind 7 to 3 p. m, 111 colls promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZlR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottascs For Sale, Wanted Lota and Acres For Sale, Wanted Small Farroa For dale. • Wonted BualatVM BlocKs For SlUe. Wanted to Kxcaamw Farras for City Property. Wanted Merchandls* 10 Trade for F;irms. DDRESS .U. .11. GOKOON. Spr* Block JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS «nu minMunmut rorns TEE HOST PEEFECT OF FENS. KKOEGER & STKAiW, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING,!MARCH IS Garden and flower seode at Kreis' Co., 41-t Broadway. W. S. Lincoln, chief engineer of tbe Wabash railroad, spent Sunday in the city, Ellas Winter will remore two doors east o( his present location unlil the building: now occupied by W. H. Jrown is vacated. For Rent—Two front rooms furnished, suitable for two ladies, or gentle, men, or family without children, In- qulro at this office. Insurance and Loans—A few hun. Ired dollars of local funds; also Eastern money in any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M. Closson, . 319 Pearl street. .V CroiTiiinj,* Succcsi. C. E. DdV.js. editor of tho Cooper- villc-. (Mich.) Observer, is a worthy extinple of what push and energy, with keen business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondent, Mr. DeVos said: ••I was Dora in Keenc, Canada, in 1S5.3. In 1S57, I migrated with ray parent.* to Pelle, Iowa, received licorn . mon school cfhicailon, -rifled iuto tho printing business, and removed to Battiu OreuK, Mich, where I tx-oame foreman hi the large priuikg house of Gage & Sou. 1 recently purchased rtio |)'i|)jr of which I am now editor. My Ufa work b».# been very confining <^r,d exuotiujj "ud, as a rosub, r:;;j hrall.h g::v.e out aaa. I broke doivn \vith nervous exhaustion and sleeplessness. ! vrns in such ». condition that I cou.d TKV, sk-rp until completely worn out, IDV appaslio failed mo and I had lo choke down wha; little I did eat. .ibou two months apo cny attention was directed to Dr. Wheeler's Nei-va Vitalizer i.nri I coiicludfid to try it. It hud a wonderful effect on me; in a few nights I was able to gut all the sleep needed, my appetite returned and became as ravenous as a wolf's, my weight inoreased twelve pounds, my mind becamo clear ana active, in fact, I was restored to he&lth and I look and feel an entirely different man " Inquiry and observation has proved Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizor to be a truly wonderful cure for nil nerve troubles, such as nervous prouratlon, spasma. fits, mental depression, ex. nausted vitality,despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Xoiice. After March 13th, until further notice, our store will close at 6 o'clock p. m , except on pay nights and Sat urday nights. FOX & DtZS-KXEBERG, Queensware, -ill Market St. Beware oCOintmentx far Catarrh That Ctintnin Mercury. As mercury will surelr destroy the sense ot smell and completely doranjre t!ie whole system waen entering It through tha mneous surfaces. Such articles should nwer be used except on prescriptions trom reputable ptuslcians, as the damage they will dn Is ten fold to the good joa can possibly darlvs from them. Hall's Catarrh Core msn- nfactured byK. J. Cbenep ACo.. Toi-'do. 0., contains no luprcnry, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon toe olood and muMiis stirfaees o[ the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Core be sure you pet the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made in Toledo, oalo, bj F. J. Cheney 4- Co Testimonials free. ^T'-'ali by d .'a^jlsts, prlc* 755. p JT bottle. K,\ST HOUND SHIPMENTS. JDnst bound shipments from Chicago last week amounted to 55,523 tons, against 5S.7C3 tons for iho preceding- week. Tbe roads carried toanasre as follows: Michigan Central, 6.C99; Wabasb, 5 214; Lake Shore, 4.217; Fort Wayne, 5 186; Pan Handle, 10,000; Baltimore 6 Ohio, 3 001; Grand Trunk, 5,281; Nickel Plate, 4 310; Erie, 4,693; Big Four, 1,087. Shipments wore made of the following; articles in Ions: Flour 7.104; grain and mill stuffs, 18,006; provisions, lard, elc., 10.367; dressed beef, 8,110;.butter, 1,345; hides, 1,200; lumber, fi.-iOG; miscellaneous, 1 304. Work is about to begin on a rail, road in Florida which is a, curiosity of its klod. Some time ago the citi- | zoas of Avon Park and Haines City, Florida, boheved that a transportation route connecting them would bo of great advantage. The country is sand and nearly level. A company was formed, but the people lacked in capital what they made up in enterprise. It has been decided, so the Manufacturers' Record is informed, to build the road with wood rails, which are large enough to he laid eo that they will be half imbedded in the sand, without other ballast. They are to be held in position by wooden pins two inches in diameter and eighteen inches long, u-hile the encls arc connected by plar.-k couplers placed underneath and hsld by pins. Not a pound o( metal will be used in tbe construction of the track, although the line will ba forty miles long. ' Most of the "rails" will be furnished gratis by property-owners along the right-of-way. The company believes that In a fsw years the frutc, vegetable and passenger business over the route will pay for regular uteel rails, when the others will be used for ties. A small steam dummy •will furnish power for the Avon Park ife Haines City road. C.J.Stedwell,atone time superintendent of the C. W.& M., now the Michigan division of the Big Four, has not beet appointed superintendent of one of the divisions of the Chicago & Northwestern as has been reported by several newspapers, but is at present fill- Ing- a very unimportant position on th&t road somewhere In Minnesota. Last Sunday engineer Chaa. Beam vrlth engine 516 hauling No. 20, made the run from Chicago to this city in three hours and five minutes including stops; the train consisting of one mail car, one combination baggage and smoking car. feur ordinary day coaches and four sleeping cara. Taking the size and nature of the train into consideration this is aaid to have been tlie beat run ever made on the north end- John Brumbaugh has resigned his position as engineer on the Pan Handle and accepted a similar one on the Wabash. Several days ago ha was at Fort Wayne and underwent an examination on machinery which he passed viiry suoceasfully. Yesterday hs left for Andrews to learn the road. For tlie present hU family ; Trill remain here. DM You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not. get a bott e cow aod get relief. This medicinu been fouad to be peculiarly ndapv. ed to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting ji wonderful influence la giving strength und tono to toe organs. If you have luss of appetite, cuustlpatlun, headache, faiut- spells, or .ire nurvou^, sleeplets, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizx.y spells, Jilectriii Bitters in tbe mediciue you need. Health, aad etien^lb are liuarauLeed by its use. La.-gB bottles only u'fty ,:ects tt B. F. dnii; store. N o DISEASE him ever preseutod so many peculiarities ns Ln Grippe. Xo dlsoxso loaves Its victims so debilitated, useless, sleepless, nerveless, ns LaGriiipe. Mr. D. W. liiltou, st.-uo.ip-eiitof the Mutual I.ifo Insuranra Co., of Kentucky, says:' "In ;SS) aud '00 I had t.wo severe uuucks of L:iCrippe. the last, one at.taokinf: iny nervous system with siicli severity that niy Ufa was despaired of. J had not slept for more, than two iiioiitlis o.vrepi. by the use of nar- coiics that, siupolioil me, bur, pave cio no rest. I was only conscious of intense mental weakness, aioni.-.in? Ixxiily pain and ilia facMliat I was hourly jrrowin^ iwaker. When in this condition. ] co:nme:ioeJaslnK Dr. Miles' Hesioraiive Nervine. In t.wodays 1 Ix'pan to improve and In onu month's t.itno I \vas cured, much to the surprise of all who knew of my condition. I have been in excellent health since and have recommended your remedies ic many of my friends." Louisville. Jan. £i, 1SOS. b. W. UILTO.V. Dr. lllilcs' H'crvine Restores Health. Sued His s»on-la-In« T . Daniel Fctrow of Adams township, has sued his soa-in law, a young man named Smith. f.;r pjriaSsion of his firm, 'dquiro liign: will near tne case tnday. Soma claims to hold a five yours' lease oa the lanJ. Wliiit IN th« Work of the Kidney* * To remove from tha blood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustaining 1 life and giving- strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goe* through the kidneys every threo minutes, and if these organs ara unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system :s poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. \crrou8 Debility. Iwery person having- nervous debih- ty. organic weakness, or failing- memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found in ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist, A \ow .tlun in Town. E. J. Blouser of the Boa Hivo celebrated his 2Ut birthday last evening at his home No. 1424 Usher street. A large number of his friends were present and ail enjoyed a pleasant evening. \otl<M k to Oil it FflNiwM. All members Logan Lodie Xo. -10 I. (•). O. F., ;ire notified to raoel st the ball nil2 o'clock fh/irp Wednesday, March loth, to attend the funeral of Brother A D. Michaels. Members of Eel Hiver and Godda-d Lnrlges nnd sojourning Brother* arc invltoil O C. NATLOK, Noble Grand. F BKKOTU, Sec'y. A JlisCortuii- to Iti-v. ST. S. Dicker. The maov friends of the eminent Presbyterian divise. the Rev. N. S. Dickey, will be sorry to hear that ho suffered the loss of a leg Monday at the Indianapolis city hospital, the amputation being- made necessary by tuberculosis. The reverend gont'e. man is sotfeoty-three years of age :ind has filled pulpits In Illinois, Icdlana, Ohio and Tennessee. .Vrulca Salvo. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rboum lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup. tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionjor money refunded. Price 25 cents per boy. For sale by B. F. Keesling. I/e<:tnroon Itiinlurarnrten Work, Miss Alta Medaris will give a lecture on kindergarten work at the Broadway Presbyterian church this afternoon at 4 o'clock All interested in the work are cordially invited. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, > T . Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and. his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without It, if procurable. G. A. Dy kern in, druggist, Cateklll, 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 has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keeallng'g drug store. Regular slza 50c. and 11. A Cliniu-o to Save MOIICT. Tbo'Ois not the slightest reason why you should not /eel well and strong. That great offer of Dr. Greene's Is proving the best friend that weak and delicate people ever had. A letter sent to him at hie office, 35 West 1-Uh St., New York City, telling the symptoms you are suffering from, will be Immediately answered by the Doctor, describing your complaint minutely, and making- you understand perfectly just what .-ills jou. And all this co=ts you nothing. You don't have to pay any docior'd feu to leara exactly what your comphiiot is. und bow to get well and strong, froia Dr. Sreene, the greatest living specialist in curing nervous and chronic diseases. The Doolor makes a special ty of curing patients through his great gytern of letter correspondence, and is having wonderful success. Thousands of weak, dclicuta men and women are writing him about their complaints, and are being permanently cured. It was he who discovered that world-, renowned curative, Dr. Greece's Ner- vura blood and nerve rem .dy. Write the Doctor atoaco and =eo what ho says about your complaint. It will probably be the means of your getting back your health. Ctariatlan Endeavor. The social union of Christian Ec- deavor| will hold its regular meeting Wednesday evening March 13th at the English Lutheran church at 7:30 o'clock. The devotional eiercises will be in. charge of the juniors, their subject being, "Jesus, - the Good Shepherd.'' The remainder of the evening will be occupied with short talks by the different pastors. Mrs. iL P. Arnold, of Indjanapolis, fook five bottles of Lemon Laiative and is pennanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. Report of me Condition —Or THE— First National Bank 01 Logansport. at Jxwinsport, In tlie State ot Indiana, at the close of business, March 5th f 1896. HE80TOCKS. Loans and discounts ^—^Sd.O^ &5 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,096 93 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation — MI.OO) 00 Stocks, securities, etc _ <,2W "X BanklnE-house.furnlturc.andnjcture-s.. 13.000 00 Uue trom National Banks (not re--«rve Agents) _ 2.W05I Due from approved reserve a?ent»i o>,297 5C. Checks and other cash ltem» _ &I648 Xotes of other >"» tlona! Banks 23,000 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents _ _ H" 46 LAWltn. MO-SEY HKSKRVK IN BASK. \7/.: Specie ...SS0.170 no Leffd-tender notes a.luo 00-53,270 00 Hederaptlon fund with U. S. Tfeiiiurer (5 per cent, of circulation) 2.KO 00 Total ...... _______ ..... _ ....... __ ...... -....$52.3,638 £5 LIABILITIES. Capital stoclt paid In ----- ........ _________ $250.000 00 Surplus fund ............ ............ : ...... „.. u.000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. — ..... ---------------- 4,560 97 KaUonaJ Bank not«s outstanding. ....... 29.700 0» IndlvldiL'U deposits sabjeetto check.-... ITa.Qrtf SS Demand cenlScate-s of deposit. --------- Stf,:3l 26 . Total...- ...... _ ............... -------- .§52013355 Slat* of Indiana. Couuty of Casx. ss: J. William w. Boss, cashier of the above namfjd bank, dn soleranlv jwear that tbe aDove suitement Is true to the best of mj knovrtwiee and hellet W. W. P. OSS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this liar Oaf of^Marsh 1*33. GSOXGK C. TAKKH, Corrert— Attest; A. J. VtTKDOCK. v. T. woao.v. W._H. > Direct ore.

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