Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 14, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 14, 1895
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I presume we have used over one hundred bottles of Piso'a 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. MILTENBERGER, Clarion, Pa., Dec. 29,1894. 1 sell Piso's Care for Consumption, and never have any com-JL plaints.—E. SHOREY, Postmaster, T? Shorey, Kansas, Dec. 21st. 1894. V*l Weal Nerves Epidemic "Weak Nerves will^Sure!y You Down. Break USB ONLY J, <e It is pure and healthful and always ready! Makes delicious Pancakes, Muffins and Gems, Crystal Wheat Flakes Are superior to all others. Crystal Rice Milling Company. Ask your grocer. MARION, IND. FISH! If you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, -TELEPHONE, 172.- A Qno variety of fresh lake fish received daily. JS'o cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extra charge. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. 8p«cinl attention given to Nose, Long, Liver •nil Cbronlc Dlseisoa. Ortlco and Residence overstate National Bank. Boars 10 to 12 ;i. in,, 2 to •» p. m., unU 7 to 8 p. m, -All calls promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZSR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. A Crowning Success. C. E, DeVos. editor of the Cooper- vllle (Mich.) Observer, is a worthy example o( what pueh and energy, with keen business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondent, Mr. DeVos said; "I waa born in Keene, Canada, 'in 1655. In 1857, I migrated with my parents to Peile, Iowa, received a com . I nervous debilUy. Nerves are the Very Foundation of Strenjjth and Kudurauce. If Your Nerves are Weak, Lose no Time in Getting Tllieni Strong. You are growing older every day, and if you do not wish the uapitying years as they roll on tbelr relentless way, to rob you of your hopes and joys, your pleasures, your ambitions, your very strength and energies, keep your nervea strong and vigorous. It is .the nerves which soonest wear out. You thoughtlessly use them up in work, pleasure or dissipation, and suddenly wake to find yourself broken down—that only your body remains, bereft of strength, energy and power, a mere wreck of what you were and with only dreariness, pain, weakness, and discontent your future portion. Then you realize the immeasurable depth of bitterness in Long-fellow's llnee: "Oh, sudden thrills otflre and frost! Tin world Is orightwhile re remain, And dark and dead when ye are lost." Health, hope, happiness—every, thing is dependent upon strong and vigorous nerves. It is weak nerves which give to the young Qts, convulsions, hysteria, St. Titus' dance, and the myriad nervous affections of youth. It is weak nerves which make women constantly tired, irritable, nervous, dispirited, dragged out and miserable. It is weak nerves which conquer men in their struggle for mastery in tbe world, which render them nerveless, strengthloss, powerless, with dull- feeling head, shaking, shattered and unsteady nerves, without appetite or good digestion, enfeebled from sleepless nights and wretched and discouraged from trying days. It is weak nerves which make ago a curse Instead of a blessing—a body, a onsket from which every power and energy has fled, leaving only weakness, dee- pair and utter weariness. If there is any advice, which above another, should sink into the heart, it is the admonition to keep your nerves strong. Hence the words of Mrs, Eliza E. Clements, of 126 Bright St., Indianapolis, Ind., should have weight with every one. "I was afflicted for six years with I could not sleep RAILROAD INSURANCE FUND. President Ashley of the Wabash railway has evolved a new plan for pensioning and providing insurance for the employes of that system. The company is to set aside a certain sum of money each year to be invested in an insurance fund, the money to be paid according to length of service and good record. Five years from now. In 1900. would give those entitled $1,000 at death. For each five years'., ser, vice thereafter $1,200 additional would be paid until the limit as provided is reached. Thla plan also provides /or a pension under which employes who become disabled or grow old in the service will receive stated amounts. The plan is meeting with favor among the men. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Clioiip Cottars For Siile. Wnnt«! fjOts iiii'l Acro.s i<\>r Siile. Wanted Snuill i'tirma .For Stile. Wuntoil Business Blocks For Sale. Wanted to £xchini;e Knnns for City Property, Wanted Merolmndlxn 10 Tr.iile Tor Fartn.i. ADDRESS) M. .H. ttOHIHK-V. Spry Block Loi;iUi.irjor[,;i[Hll;ina, JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS EXTBA FINE, FUSE AS1> RllOAD TOUTS TO SUIT ALL HANDS. THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS. KROEGrER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 14 Garden and Bower seeds at Kreis' Mfg. Co., 41-1 Broadway. New lace curtains and fancy Swisses for doors and sash curtains, at John Gray's, Call at tbe Trade Palace this morn* Ing and secure a beautiful sample cape from Mr. Ford. Wanted—A 1, oil salesman at once. Enclose stamp.—The Paclflo refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Read John Gray's "Corner" this week for bargains,especially for towel- Ing. No better value ever oflfared. ' Ellas Winter will remove two doors «ast of his present location until the fcuildlng DOW occupied by W. H. Brown if) racated. For Rent—Two front rooms furnish- suitable for two ladles, or gentle- len. or family without children. In, qulro at this office. , Go to John Gray's for pretty white . dimity and handsome embroidery to match. The ladies all say there are • no handsomer in the city. . Insurance and Loans—A few bun. dred dollars of local funds; also Eastern .money In any amount, to loan on K«ortf«ge Mourlty—S. M. Clowon, mon school oduoation, Drifted into the printing business, and removed to Battle Creek, Mich., where I became foreman in the large printing house of Gage & Son. I recently purchased the paper of which I am now editor. My life work baa 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 sle,op until completely worn out, oav appetite failed me and I had to choke down what little I did eat. Aboui two months ago my attontion was directed to fir. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer and I concluded to try it. It had a wonderful effect on me; in a few nights I was able to get 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 acd I look aod feel an entirely different man " Inquiry and observation has proved Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer to be a truly wonderful cure for all nerve trouble*, such as nervous proitratlon. spasms, fits, mental depression, ex- nausted vitality,despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, nights, and I was in a terrible condition. i had heart trouble, and it beat so hard I thought I should die. I was in constant misery and could tio no work. "1 bad heard much lalk about the wonders of Dr. Greene'sNervura blood and nerve remedy, and now made up my mind to take it. I had given my, self up for lost, but bsgan to improve immediately under the u=e of this marvelous medicine. Druggist. A Xotablc Attrnctl»D. The famous Watson Sisters Company of well-known Tun propounders In their new and strictly up to date extravanganr.a introducing their company of comedians of well-known capabilities: "it is a great show," was tbe universal opinion of the crowds that surged from the doors ol the Lyceum Theatre, Philadelphia. The press and public are unanimous in saying it is one cf the best organizations of its kind In existence. One need not think, need hardly hear, only looking brings appreciation; a straying dancing mass of beautiful humanity, fully abreast of the times in all that goes to make up a perfect and matchless performance. Monday night at the opera house. Beivnre of Ointment* for CatnrrhThai . Can lain Mercury. As mercury wlU surely destroy the sense of smell nml compl*tt>ly derange the whole system when enterlnc It through th6 mucous surfaces. Such nrttelpji should never bt<us-Hl except on prescriptions from reputable porslclRns. as the damage tH^y will di> is ten fold 10 tbe good you can poid- blyderlv^ from them. Hall's Catarrh Core manufactured by K J. Cheney & Co.. ToNlo, 0.. contains no mercnry, and Is taken Internally,. acting directly upon th* blood and mucoos surfaces of thesjstara. In baying Hall's Catarrh Car* be sure you eet the itenulne. it Is taken internally and made In Toledo, OMlo, by F. J. Che»ey A- Co JIBS. ELIZA E. CLEMENTS. "It has made me sound and well. I can work all day and not get tired. My heart disease is entirely cured, nnd my nerves are strong and under pec- feet control. "I feel it my duty to tell suffering humanity what Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy has done for me, and what it will surely do for them. I am thankful that Dr. Greene has given such a valuable medicine to a suffering world." It you would be well and strong, with vigorous nerves full of the vim and energy of youth, use Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. At this season of the year you should take it, by all means, as it is tbe best spring tonic and invigorator you can possibly use. It is not a patent medtcice. but the prescription of the most successful living specialist in curing nervous and chronic disease?. Dr. Greene, of its West Huh St., New York City. He has th« largest practice in tbe world, and this grand medical discovery is the result of his Vast -experience- Tc.e great reputation of Dr. Greece IB a guarantee that this medicine will euro, and tbe Tact that he can be consulted by anyone at any time, free of charge, personally or by letter, gives absolute assurance of tbe beneficial motion of U»lt wonderful medicine. , ; General superintendent J. F. Miller went east on a special yesterday morning. It Is stated that M. E. Ingalls, President of the Big Four, is aspiring to the Senatorshlp of Ohio. The Pan Handle pay car will be here Saturday. The shop men will get paid probably Monday. Pan Handle conductor E. S. Gardner returned yesterday from English Lake laden down with game and fish. Freight business on tbe Pan Handle is so dull now that regular men are making but four or Eve days a week. It is being estimated that extensive repairs will be made tbe coming summer on the road bed of the Pan Handle lines. A number of Pan Handle car In- spectorH and repairers laid off yesterday to attend tbe funeral o.' their comrade, Andy Michaels. Patrick Berry, an employe of the Pan Handle Car shops dropped a heavy casting on his hand Tuesday and as a consequence is now unable to work. Railroad men who were out on tbe east end Tuesday night report having encountered the densest fog they have been in for a year or more. East of Hartford City it rained incessantly while here not a drop of water fell. A car of Wabash freight train Nc. 99, jumped the track near the Pan Hana le crossing about 9 o'clock yesterday, morning and ran on the ties of both bridges before the accident was discovered. The damage was but slight. Tbe grip which hag been almost epidemic among the Pan Handle road men has of late somewhat relinquished Us hold. There wore jfesterday but fifteen cases of sickness marked up at the Pan Handle round house office and part of ibis number have been sick a long time. The Graham & Morton Transportation Company has announced that in future it will receive no. freight during the winter months until it can con. struct a boat that will be able to withstand the severest storms which the Chioora coald not do. Until this boat sank it turned over to the Vandalia at St. Joe a train load of freight, mostly Hour, nearly every day. Pan Handle engineer Barney Lynch has as yet not come into possession of his fortune nor is it at all certain that he will despite the letter announcing the statement which he circulated among his Meeds. Nevertheless his fellow railroad men wish him good luck in^ls endeavors' in order to su- able him to live tie rest of his days without the precarious vocation of railroading. "Shore Acres." Shore Acres as told by the Chicago Record, luesday, Feb. 5. 1895. The playgoers are beginning to find out what a good thing "Shore Aorei" Is, and those who have intelligence, perception and sympathies hare found it the best play of the season. One is almost tempted to say that any one who cannot grasp the truth acd beauty of "Shore Acres" is without Intelligence, perception or sympathies. It is a rather sad commentary upon the taste of Chicago that the attendance during a part 'of the week did not crowd McVicker's theatre but the houses are becoming larger, and those who went early in the week have begun to take hope t^at Chicago will accept James A. Herne as well as Eddie Foy, "Shore Acres" as pre- tented by the large and well trained company Is the best promise of bettor things that the American stage can offer at the present time, It U so simple that children can understand it (better far than some muddled adults), and yet the story is subtly told, at times by repression rather than expression. A woman who had been to a performance of "Camllle" said, "I cried and was miserable all the time." She saw -'Shore Acres" and said, "I cried and was happy all the time." At the Opera house Friday March 22. niJ You Ercr Try Electric Bitiers as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonderful in- fluenceii giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only fifty cents at B. F. Keeellng'a drug store. Futl oft utttft starch and gltxt terene, The lijtfn collar start* the worn/ Fitll o/T at noontime it is seen *W iciUtd, wrinkled atitt /orlont, That's \vliat you must expect of such a collar ; it's the linen of it. The stand-up collars won't stand up, and the turn-dow a collars will wilt down. The easy, cheap, and pleasant way out of this is to wear CEIXUtOID " COE.I.ARS AND CDFFS. These goods are made by covering Jiucn collars or culls on both sides witli"CEi.i.ui.oiD," Uius making them strong and durable, and luaisrproof, not affected by heat or moisture. There are uo oilier waterproof goods made this way , consequently none thatcan wear so well. When soiled simply wipe thcnj off with a wet cloth." Even.- piece of the genuine is stamped like this : Insist npon goods so marked if vou expect full satisfaction, aud if \ our dealer docs not keep them, send direct to us enclosing amount and we will ujail sample. State size, and whether a stand-up or tnrncd-dowu collar is wanted. Collars ^sc. each. Cuffs 5oc. pair. | The CELLULOID COMPANY r-29 Broadway, NcwYorfc. Mr. John Baylor of Clinton township, and Miss Ferguson of Washing, ton township, were united In marriage last evening at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride. The Rev. T. S. Freeman . ofBolated. A large number of friends were present to wish the happy couple future prosperity. What IM the Work of the Klducyn 1 To remove from the blood its im • purities. The products of cell wastes wblch have been burned up In sustaining life and giving strength to the 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. NerrouK Debility. E?ery person having nervous debility. organic weakness, or fallijg 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. Mr. B. F. Keesling desires us to publish the following extract from a letter of Charles M. Gutfeld, of Keed- ley, Fresno Co., Cal., as he handles the remedy referred to and wants his customers to know what a splendid medicine it is: "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 head was completely stopped up and I could not sleep at night. I can recommend this reme dy." A cold nearly always starts in the head and afterwards extends to ^he 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 lungs. The Common Mchaoi Graduate*. The examination for graduation of eighth year pupils in the town and district schools, will be conducted by the following teachers and In the rooms in which they are working this year: Adams, Isaac Ault; Bethle, hem, Ella Tantis; Boone, E E.Rogers; Clay, Nan Stepbene; Clinton. A, W. Doyle; Deer Creek, Chas.Lybrook; Eel, Nora Sbideler; Harrison, M. H. Krau«e; Jackson, J, F. Cornell; Jeffer- eoo, F, E. Welgand; Miami, J. E. Ludders; Noble, Nellie Hughes; Tipton, Lon Snyder; Washington, Emma Neff; Walton, Gertrude Sumption. Certificates will be issued to every applicant who attains a general average of 75, not falling below 60 in any subject. These certificates admit the holder into any examination without further trial. The indications are tfBat there will be about 125 pupils succeed at the examination, which will be held Saturday, March 16, 1895. Every Girl in Her "Tccnn" Needs at times a safe and gentle tonic to counterbalance the extra drains on the physical and nervous system. Zoa> Phora (Woman's Friend) will give health and freshness for weakness and pallor. Sold by B. F. Keesling and Coulion & Co., druggists. Cbar)cy'« Aunt. "Charley's Aunt" continues to conquer largo audiences with its absurd situations and laughable complications. Perhaps nothing funnier, In BO far as a plot is concerned, has been seen for years than this self same world conquering little comedy. . The dilemma Of the young man who play* the bogus aunt appeals with equal strength to the members of each sex. Perhaps the most delightful situation occurs in the last scene when the young man, togged in tbe weeds of widowhood, is ooliged to sit as one of a circle of women and listen to tbelr chatter and gossip about affairs fern. inine, while in the adjoining room his male companions are having a merry time of it in a dashing stag affair, wl^h plenty of good things under cork, and no restriction as to the latitude of stories related. At the opera house Wednesday March 20. ^ Itoir to Cure ItlieunnllKm. Aiuoo, Coos Co., Orecon, Nov. 10, IS .93 I wish to inform you of the great good Chamberlains Pain Balm has done my wife. Sho has been troubled with rheumatism ot the arms and hand* for six months, and has tried many remedies prescribed for that complaint, but found no relief until she used thin Pain Balm; one bottle of which .has completely cured her. I take pleas, ure in recommending it for that trouble. Yours truly, C. A. Bullord, • Fifty cent and t $l bottles for sale by B. F. Keesllng. Drueglst. DcweeHe-IIuinmily. William Oeweese and Mist Sarah Hammlly were married Tuesday night at the U. B. parsonage by tbe Rev. C S. Spitler. The happy couple will, reside in Logansport. BncklenV* Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever 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 satlsfactlonjor mdney re. funded. Price 25 cents per boy. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Home-«*ecKer»' Excursions sonjh Bud Si.niheanc via "ffnunylvaolnlin M. Special low r^te excursion tickets with twenty day limit will be eolc March 5th, April 2d and SOth, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to points in Alabamla, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missis^ sippi, North Carolina; South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For detail*, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or add'ess F. Van Dawn, Chief AMbtant General PMMIU gar Agent, PittpbMf.rV -.-.,• -: : ;'. : In the fall of 1893, a son of Mr. T. A. McFarland, a prominent merchant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., was taker with a very heavy cold. The paias in bis chest were so severe that he bad spasms and wag threatened'wilh pneumonia. His father gave him several large doses of ChamberJaln's Cough Remedy which broke up tbe cough and cured him. Mr. McFarland says whenever his children have croup be Invariably gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It always cure^ them. E^otsfders it theibest cough remedy inffie market. For s«Ie by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. Are you all tired out, do you have that tired feeling or sick headache? You can be relieved of all these by taking Jood'g Sarsaparilla. Fancy, lawn grass Heed, fertilizer! for lawns and pUuU—KreU 1 Mff. Co., A noDKfljold Trtuare. D. W. Fuller, of Can»joharie. > T . Y.. says that he always keep* Dr. King'* New Discovery in the home and bit family has always found the very belt results follow its use; that he would not be without it, If procurable. G. A. Dykemsn, druggist. Cateklll, N. Y., say that Dr. King's New Discovery i» undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that be 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. Keesllcg'* drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1. Chamberlain'* Eye and Skin Ointnuat Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, fiaJt- Rheum, Scald Head, Sore tipples, ChsnpeJ Hands, Itching Piles, Bums, Frost Eita^ Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye Lid*, For sale by druggists at 25 cents per bo±. TO For patting a horse in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cad/s Condition Powder* They tone op the system, aid digestion, cm* lots of appetite, relieve constipation; torrect kidney dSordew and dertror wonm, gbW new life to an old or_oT«r-worW boa* s&iMfejfcg

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