Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 17, 1895
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$ls?MS>^-™^W^^ Do You Know? THAT Two and Two Are Four? MUNYON'S METHOD O?, TREATING DISEASE STANDS EVEB.Y TEST. Cltlzenn of l.os»n»port Protest A-aln«t Old *'«iryt»in. Jpolwouons ItrugH. and XauHeulluii JDo«es Of Course You Do! Do You Know that Shoes at two dollars a pa'r. Are Not as Cneap as TDey Would be at ONB Dollar a Pair? Of course you why don't you buy do! T) :fl They are tin Best and Cheapest Shoes on eirth Men's lace or Congress, as a rock, worth double. solid 73c 48c Ladies' DonKolo. slippftr?, others ask ijl.00 for 'em. Chiklrens' kill button sell elsewhere for Tfic. shoes, Boys' veal oalf shoes that wear like iron, worth $'1.00. 75c lOc $1.23 $1. Ladies' kid button shoes that you've been paying 1 §1.50 for I n f' ins button shoes, worth Ladies' fine kid stvlish toes, can't bu equaled for less than $2.50. Men's calf shoes, cost other dealers *2 00 wholesale. These Are No Baits! Oui whole stock runs that way Everything guaranteed and your money back if you want it. 22 Spring Suiting's, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. :tlO BKOAWWAV. H. E. TKUAX, M. D. Special attention Riven to Nose, Lung, Liver and Chronic Diseases. Ottlee nnd Residence over State National Blink. Hours 10 to 12 n. m.. 2 to 4 p. in., and 7 to 8 p. in All ealLn promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Overstate National Bank, Logansport, Ind. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS n THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS. DAILY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORlS'EfG. MARCH 17. New clean stock of May garden aeed» at I. K. Crawford's. No alum or ammonia In Bea Fisher's baking r ow ^ er - I* ls absolutely pure, and the beet In tho world. Insurance and Loans—A lew huiK dred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money la any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M. Cloason, No. 319 Pearl street- I giro three ounces of the extract of jvanllU you hsve ever used, while you nly get two ounces of other malte. mine Is not bettor I will mtke you present of U—Ben Flaher, the Druggist Who. but those who Kave had the unhappy experience, can tell the horrors or appreciate tbe unhappy bxperi- enco of persons troubled with sleeplessness? TCe damnable hatred of all the demons In hell for mankind must surely be appeased by the conscious, neee of such human Buffering. The long 1 , dreary, unhappy hours, who can describe them and why is U necessary? If you have ever beoo troubled you know what they are, and if you have been spared you have no Interest In ihe knowledge of such sufferiop. Mrs. A, Bateman, Romulus, Mlo.h., after describing her suffering from sleeplessness extending over a period of eight years, receiving 1 at times only about twelve hours' sleep In a week, writes of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vilal. izer as follows: "I began taking It ID common doses and the first night I slept eight hours and a nap the next day. Every night since I have slept eight or ten hours. Oh, how thankful I am for having had fir. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer brought to my notice and for tbe benefit rec&lved from it Stop nnd think, eight years of sleep* leesness and cured in & day, does it not seem like a miracle?" This medicine is equally as effective in curing nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleeplessness, mental depressions exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ban Fisher, Druggist. Van Camp's Boston baked pork and beans prepared In tomato sauce will be aerved to all our customers and other callers on Monday. Doc't fail to call and sample them and be convinced aa to the excellency of the goods—J. J. Bothermel. Strange as it may eeem, it is nevertheless true that Prof. Munyon, with his new school of medicine, has completely revolutionized the manner o( treating disease in this city. During the past three weeks be hassbo^n so conclusively to all intelligent people, not with extensive advertising but by a free test of 5 000 severe cases, that his remedies do cure disease. Tbe doubting public have become convinced of their efficiency, and show ic by their immense purchases. Atfirpt many, -oven after seeing 1 the wonderful results Irom the usa of his Rheuma tism Cure, questioned the merits nf other remedies, but as they cost only 2oc, ventured to try some on them ' •ielvofl, and to their surprise received such immediate relief they became converts at ooce. The most difficult task of Munyon's reoresontfttivGS has been to make the people t»ke these cures as directed After belnfr doped and purged for vear? with tablesononfula of sickeninf? and dangerous decoctions, they look on these four tasteless little ergar pel- 'ots with astonishment and dnubt, but iftor * few hours their distrust Is turned into belief and happiness Thore are thousands In Loeansport to- flav rejoicintr over their frpedom from disease and escape from thraldnm. of Onin'no calomel, salicylin an.Id. and other poisonous drugs. There will be t.honsunfls more within a week, and f he physician who stlH sticks to thp old mothods of his grandfather will find his occupation cronfl. fUtenmntlNm Cnrpd. Munyon'e Rheumatism Cure Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism in any oart of the body. Acute or muscular rho\imittsm c»n be crrpd In from ona to five days It speedily cures shooting pairs. sclnMoa, lumbaeo and all rheumatic pains In tbe back, hips and loins. It SPldom fails to give relief after one or two doses, and almost in. variably cures before one bottle has been used. Prioe 25c and 50c. •momieh <mil Dynpep*fa Cnrn. Munyon's Stomach and Dyspepsia Hure cures all forms of indigestion •»nd stomach troubles, such as rls'nir of food, distress after pntlng. short, ness of breath and all affoetlons of the h»art caused by indigestion, wind on the stomach, b .d taste, offensive breath, loss of aopetlte, falntnees or weakness of stomach, headache from Indltreftlon, cereness of the stomach, coated tongue, heartburn, shooting Dulns of the stomach, constipation dizziness and lack of energy. Price 25o. N«rv» Care, Munyon's Nerve Cure cures all tho the symptoms of nervous exhaustion such as depressed spirits, failure o:f memory, restless and sleepless nights, oaindinthe head and dizziness. 11; cures general debllitv, stimulates and' strengthens the nerves and tones up the whole bnrtv. Prlne 25o. Klilnry Cnrp. Munvon's Kidney Cure cures pains in the back, loins or groins from kid oey disease, dropsy of the feet and limbs, frequent desire to urinate, dark colored and turbid urine, sediment In the urine, and diabetes. Trice, 25 cents. Catarrh Cnre. Catarrh positively cured—Are you willing to spend 50 cents for a cure that permanently cures catarrh by removing the cause of the disease? If so ask your druggist for a 25 cent bottle of Munyon's Catarrh Cure and a 25 cent bottle of Catarrh Tablets. The cure will eradicate the disease from the system and tbeT ablets will cleanse and heal the afflicted parts and restore them to a natural and healthful condition. Munnyon's LlverCure corrects headache, biliousness and jaundice, con- stipaslon and and all liver disease. Price. 25 cents. Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneumonia and breaks up a cold in a few hours. Price 25 cents. Munyon's Cough Cure stops'coughs, night sweats, allays soreness and speedily heals the lungs. Price 25 cents Munyon'e Headache Cure stops headache in three minutes. Price 25c. Munyon's Pile Ointment positively cures all forms of piles. Price 25 cen ts. Munyon's Asthma Cure and Herbs are guaranteed to relieve asthma in. three minutes and cure la Gre days. Price 50 cents. Munyon's Blood Cure eradicates all impurities of the blood. Price 25 cents. Munyon's Homeopathic Remedy Company put* up specifics- for nearly every disease, mostly for 25 cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mall on receipt of retail price. SPRING APPROACHES. An Extract >'rom Dr. Horlmnn'ii Recent Lecture on Cilmmlc £MHeiue» of March. At the close of one of his regular lectures ou the practice of medicine, Dr. Hartman said: "March is the con. nectlng- link between cold and; hot weither In the north temperate zone. Of all the months of tho year, U is the most trying to tbe health. Those who have suffered from any climatic" disease curing tbe winter, such as catarrh, la grippe, influenza, coughs, colda or bronchitis, are apt to (iad themselves much injured by the March weather. Even those in good health usua'ly need a course ol purifying, renovating, regulating Or invigorating treatment. Tho gradual accumulation of effete matter In the winter ought to oe thoroughly expurgated during the month of March in order to preserve healih. Everybody, sick or wail, finds his system more oa less clogged or Depressed after a severe winter like the past one, and a course of Pe.ru- oa Is of priceless benefit, if not absolutely necessary. Pti-ru-cais an ideal spring medicine, because it is a. specific for catarrhttl affsctions; it renovates the nerves, invigorates digestion, regulates the circulation, oleanses tbe blood, rejuvenates the feelings and strengthens tne mental faculties. De- preesed men, tired women, nervous girls and boys weakened by overwork, jiudy or excesses—all alike lind com plete restoration by a course of Ps ru-na. A. highly instructive illustrated book on spring medicines and diseases will be sent free to any address by Tbe Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Com oany of Columbus, Ohio. This book contains Illustrations of value to every physician, teacher, invalid and reader in the land. For free<book on caacer address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. "For Charity Strfferetii Lonj." Heal Kutate and l>oau Oflice. I have opened a real estate and loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up stairs, Logansport, Ind., and would respect fully solicit all persons desirous o purchasing or selling real estate, or borrowing or loaning money, to give me a call. Will also attend to any business, en. trusted with me before city council county commissioners, city or counti officers. Will also attend to the adjustmen of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. TOMLINSON. SUSTAINED A HEAVY LOSS. It is reported that there wa* no less :han $100,000 in cash in the New York and St. Louis through compartment of the Adams Express Go's, safe that was in the Vandalta wreck at Terre Haute Friday morning. Besides this there was jewelry and other articles of value in the safe and it is probable that the total loss will not fall far short of $150,000. The fafe has not yet been opened but an odor of burnt paper emanating from the inside of the safe tells the story of the burnt bills. The company's em- ployes have received instructions to handle the Dig safe carefully in order to keep the'ashes of the paper money intact if It is pos;iblo to do so. Che safe will be opened in the presence of a treasury agent and as much of the paper as can be saved will be redeemed by the government- The money and valuables in the local safe was also destroyed. BRANCHING OUT. J. C. Cockburn, clerk to chief train dispatcher, H. S. Tousley and Ed Gormley, Pan Handle line repairer Dave purchased a half interest in the Dunkirk electric light, plant and arc now in that tov-'Q viewing their pur. chase The plant ia said to be a valuable one and bids fair to Oe a profitable venture for tbe purchasers. What Is the Work of the Kidneys To remove from the blood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustain ing 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 IB poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. Jfervous Debility. . Efery person having nervous debility. organic weakness, or falling mem ory, 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 PIocsuiii Surprise. About sixty friends and ladies of tbe Grand Army met on Friday evening at the pleasant home of Mrs. Allen Lewis on Burlington avenue to celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Lewie was , completely surprised. Refreshments were served and a general good time was had. Presents were numerous and appropriate for the occasion. Mrs. Lewis is a charming hostess. The company broke 'up at a late hour well pleased with the entertainment and wishing Mra. Lewis many happy birthday anniversaries, and that we may all be present ia the wish of ONE WHO WAS THERE. Address All Communications and Orders to Munyon's H. H. Remedy Co,, 1205 Arch St, Philadelphia. Pa. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Cahajoharle, F. Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and bis family has always found the very best results follow Its use; that he would not be without It, if procurable. Or. A. Dykemin, druggist. Catskill, N. Y., say that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the beat cough remedy; that he baa used It n his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that i« claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keeeling's drugstore. Regular size 50c. and $1. Two Kare Pets. ; Dr. Ira Funk, of Royal Center. wa» at Indianapolis last week and while there purchased two Belgian rabbits, which had been shipped there from New York by the pet stock association. The cotton tails are now at Royal Center, They are giants of their kind. 1 For Bent—Dweumg on Linden hue. Inquire of Edith Matt. ave- Ed Smyser a Piiu Hivndle fireman wa= married a fo-v dnys H'.'O to a Miss Roes of Richmond. Pan l-Jandlo engineer Frank lUcha- fon and wifs are entertaining Mrs. Andrew Jickroa of Carroll county. Foreman Cha*. Sigmond of ihe Pan Handlo tin shop has retu.'ced to work lifter a MX waek.s" sie£euf sickness. W. W Watts who runs the engine of tho abort loca.1 between Chicago and Globe is visiting friends in the city. Otto T. Schoen who was injured in thir Puchahontas wreck last August has sued the Vandalia for $25,000 at Indianapolis. Henry Klinck of the P&n Handle car inspector force has been sent to Effner to work in place of the regular inspector at that place who is sick. The Pan Handle has had a car built at the Columbus shops for the transportation of company's material from that city to the various division headquarters on the line. The pay of the Pau Handle em- ployes for February has boon heavier than for several months past despite the shortness of the month. Railroad men did mush buying yesterday and the business streets were unusually lively until late in the evening. It was reported yesterday that the young son of Pan Handle engineer J. H. Williams who was run over by a dray several days ago was much worse and was suffering much pain. That part of his body over which the wheels passed has turned black and it. is now feared that he has sustained Internal injuries. Commencing this week the Pan Handle machine and boiler, shops will work eight hours on Saturdays, giving tbe employes a total of forty-eight hours a week, an Increase of three hours. All the departments are now working eight hours a day except the round house, in which ten hours constitute a days 1 work. The employes of the Pennsylvania shop* at Pilteburg have been notified commencing tomorrow a radical reduction in wages would be in effect. Also that all employes who live at a distance from the shops and hold passes on the suburban trains would have them revoked, and that they would be expected to pay fare. Ic Is feared that tbe wage reduction is traveling westward. Did Tou Ever Try Electric B: tiers as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapt, ed to tbe relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a 'wonderful influence in giving strength and tone to tbe organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters IB the medicine you need. Health and etiength are guaranteed by its use. ~arge bottles only fifty cents at B. F. Keeping's drug store. The case against L. H. Dooley, the 'an Handle conductor for alleged as. sault and battery on Joshua Kistler, has not been compromised, and the matter will be tried Tuesday at Royal tenter. Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, look five bottles of Lemon Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. Mrs. Laura C. Phoenix, nilwaukw, WU. '•Jfatron of a Itencvolent ZTom* and knowing tho pood Dr. Miles' Kurvint has done mo, my wish to help oin^rs, overcomes my dlsliko for tho «•.-".' ••:/, thli letter may pivo me. InN\n. ... : *„, ISD\ 57ie ixinctfjt liezd tho ••£<i(Z>-ij)pc, t " and 1 vasono of tho first. Resuming duty too soon, with the care of so many sick, I did not regain my health, and in a month Xbecame, no dcbilitatetl and ttcrvau* from sleeplessness anil tho drafts mado o» my vitality, that it \v:is a question (f I could po on. A dear friend advised mo to try I>r. jSTifow' JSentormiit'G A'crrsJic. I took 2 buttle.-; aud aci happy to say, I am in bettor health th:m over. 1 still continue ftit occaasanal uac, «« <s -nerve, food, as ray work is very tryiu;. A letter addressed to Milwaukee, \Vi.--., will reach mo." Juno 0, JSOJ. 5! its. LAHHA C. PnoO'ix. Dr. Jlilcs' Nervine is sn:<! oa a positive (ruur.intuQ Itmituo flr.st bott.'.o Trill benefit. Alldru^IstsMcll it at SI, (i bottles forSv), Or it will ho sent, prepaid, ou ro.co.ipt of pric« by tiio D-. iUles Mouical Co-, EJkbarti Ind. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health TUB CMDKCMKI* BUOADWAT PllKSllYTKKIAN- CllimCIl— ?»nt}aj School nt 030. ;i m. V. l>. S. C. K miH>tiiiK ut ti-:y\ Stnincers ami others ;ire cordially Invited to atteml. BAVTI*T OmmCH.—Sorvlws today at usual hour. Piwlilnu morning :uid e\vnllit! bj K. A. ba'-li'}' of Kninklln. Sunday school, nl 12 m. YOUMK People's mcAtliiK at Op.m. All are Invltwi. EVANUXLICAL CHOUGH—Hev. S. .T. Zeichlnl. pa»- tor. ^otvlws tnd.-iy n-t'oiloivs: Snbuuth school nil):30n. m pnsicnlriKat 10:30 H. in byth« pnstor. Y. P. A. lit G I), in Prwichlng in tu« FvenliiKHt7p.nl. All urn cordially invited. CHUKCH OF Cnmsr (^dentist)—Services will M held In thi-lriwwroonid In tr« Motion block, corner ofSlxih nd Hroad»«f. BlblB Class tit • lo:3(i •JniKlHjrmonilni;. All are cordlullj Invited to attend. ST. LUKK'S KVjmoKMCAi, InrnituAN CnfncH. B0v. J. C. KnuffiitHii, Pastor. Servl.'O at 11 a, m. Sunday school :u 03(1, Junior Pmiravor at 2:30. 1 onnit People's society Of CurtstlHii Endeavor nt. (J and evening service* at 7. Everybody welcome. A. M. E, CiiuiiCH—O'tnprof Cicott and Market street. Rev. K. McDnnIi»l past-r. 1'rejicblng at 10 80 a m nnd7:30|>. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at S p. m. Twtfliers' mee'inR every Wed leMiuy evening. Prayer niei'tlnit <-veif Thursday eviiiliiK. All are cordially Invited FJIIST PitKsnVTiiKTAN CnO'Cii—Rev, D. P. Putnam, pastor. Rev. Dan K. Wllllajnson ot Terre Haute will preach nt 11 o'clock; a. m. No e.venlnt! service on account of Y. M. 0. A. meeting. Sunday school at fl:3U a. m. Yount T> oplrt's meeting at tip. m, A cordial Relcom lor «11. CDJDiKHLAND PRKSBYTKHIAN CmjllCir—CllOS, B. Wellborn, pastor. Sumi«y School fl:45 H. m. Pic^h ns at II nni and T.-IS p in. lij lite pai*>r. .Tuiilur C. K. at 2:31) (i. in. weu.or C K. at U:15 p. in, orn'nR subject. "Cnnrch Rutldln^." oou't." All are invited, Ciioncn—HfV. T. S. (futhrlft Pastor. Service today HI 11 ;u in. and 7 p. m. Subject In the forenoon: "Purity." In the evening, "Lake of Fire." Young people'* tiectlnRal p m. Suniay school at 10 a. m. Krtwnrd Cauls Supt. All are Invited. MAUKKT STKKKT M. K. CnuitCH—Rev. W. R. Wones. Piistor. PrejichlnR ac lOHS a. m. and "i p in. by tho pastor. Salibaih »ch"0l at 9:,'i() a. m. Cla.s> m»«ilnif at 11:45 a. in. and 6 p. m Junior Le;Utue nt 2 ;jn i>. m. E'-worth LeiiKun at 6 p. w. A cordial InvltatlOQ 1> extended to nil. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CiiciiCH—Rev. Done!»Bg I Hobbs, Hector. Services loday as f '1!0»»: 9:l!0 n. in. -unday ochoul. Jl it m. mornlnj prayer and litany. T p. m. evmliu prayer. TlH"nas.Vland»rs will conduct se/viaw today on. 'iiccuunt 01 the. continued illness ol tho pastor. A cordinl welcome given to nil. BROADWAY M. E. Cnuiicii—Rev. H. J. N'orrii pas'or. Preaching by th« pa-tor at n a. m. Sunday School at 0:15 a. in. Junior League at 3 p. in. Senior Leaa'ie. at 6 p m. conducted Jiy Waiter I'edlrli-k. Unio'i pervkes fo • the Y. M C. A. at 7 p. m. acidresfced by Hcv. J. C. Kauffman. All are Invited. CnRisriAN Circitcu—Corn-r Ninth mid Spew streets. Rov. T. S. Kreoman. pastor. Senlivsat ' Ha. m. lino 7p ni. Sunday School atftSO fi. m., (i. N. Berry. Supt. Y. P. S.C E. at &:45 p. m At nlclr nddrewes will be made by Dr Putnam aiia Rtv. w. R, Worifi In hanot ottne third anniversary of then. R.1T.M.C. A. All Invited. Xotlcc. Cats Council No. 42. 0. C. F., meet*, on Tuesday nights. All members requested to bo present. Work ie to ba... Do Yon Kn I'ork and If BO, call at Cbidester & Green's and sample their delicious Van Camp pork and beans. A. force will be there all day Monday with open goods to con. ' vioce you. Racklen'x Arnica Naive. The best salve in the world for cuti bruieoa, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever eorea, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain?, corns, and all skin erup. tkrae, and poeitively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^ money refunded. Price 25 cents per bor. For sale by B. F. Keesling. Taere IB nothing reserved; $9.50 buys choice of any suit or overcoat In the store. Spring overcoats slllc lined, fat men 1 * sulu, Prince Albert eulU. Simple shoe sale also continues. Boys' and children's clothing cut to smlthjer- eeos—Otto Kraus. Call» P«*ior. The Royal Center Baptist congregation has extended a call to the ReT.. Smith of the church at Gas City. lit U not yet certain as to his acceptance of the inrltatlon. DEAL MERIT » the •*• iatic of Hood's Sanaparilla. It cores even after other prepaiation* fklL Get HcKxTii and ONLY

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