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March 19, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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Do You Know? THAT Two and Two Are Four? Of Course You Do! Do You Know that Shoes at two dollars a pa'r Are Not as Ctieap as Tfiey Would at ONE Dollar a Pair? Of course yuu do! The:: why don't you buy SAMPLE SHOES? A SEA CAPTAIN'S STORY. WHAT A GR.4LND OLD SAILOR TOLD A PRESS KE- POKTER, HIS SECRET OF LIFE. What He Has ^eeii and Found in Nearly Every Port of tbe Globi- aud the Value He Received. A VETERAN'S STORY, GE_\. CATLIJi PRAISES MO N YON FOR HIS GREAT WORK. His Ut'isioraiJOD to Health Due to tbe Wonderful Lmle S;«sar fellers. I'i They are the Best and Cheapest Shoes on earth :98c 75c Men's lace or Congress, solid as a rock, worth double. Ladies' Dongola (dippers, others nfck $1.50 for 'em. Children*!' kid button shoes, sell elsewhere for 75c. Boys' veal calf slices that wear like iron, worth .fl.GO. Ladies' kid button shoes that you've been paying $1.50 for IOC $1.23 $1.19 Infant's button shoes, worth four times as much. Ladies' floe kid stylish toes, can't be equaled for less than $2.00. Men's calf shoes cost other dealers $2 wholesale. These Are No Baits! •Oui whole stock rims that way Everything guaranteed and your money back if you want it. •AMPLE 22 Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings. Novelties aU in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. I met a hippy old captain at the Barge Office yesterday, and had a pleasant and profitabla conversation with him. I think he had travalpd to all quarters of the globe for he mentioned Sitka, Stockholm, and E!o Janeiro, in addition to all the prlnci- jal seaport cities of the world. II one wanted to find a healthy, uddy spec'.men of humanity, this cap- ain furnished it to such ao cx'.ent 1 '.bat I remarked about H. Be laughed nod said: "But you should have seen me a number of years ajro. Why, even a pale faced cabin boy looked healthy compared to me then. Commanding a sbip is no easy task, and I suffered from rheumatism, debility, and, it soemed to mo, many of the ills that we hear so much about. I won't tell you all the detail*, but I will say that for tbe last nine years I have been, not-only healthy, but robust, and I believe ills all due to one cause," Naturally I was interested and urged him to tell me his secret. Speaking very deliberately, he said: "I have found that by care and the use of just the right thing, I can preserve my health and prolong my life almost Indefinitely. Indeed, I think I have discovered the secret. No matter where I go, I cirry It with me, and I toll you that In whatever port I stop I can always find it. Do you ask me what it is? I will tell you: Wur- oer'a Safe Cure—nothing elee. I have purchased it in the Medlterrean, in Australia, and, In. fact, in'every quarter of tho globe, BO it must be that people all over the world are learning as I have learned, how valuable it :ia. Noiv, don't think I am telling you this- to advertise the medicine, for I don't know the people who make it, aud indeed, don't know what it is made of, but I do know that for broken down naen.'xweak women, and I believe, sickly children, it is the grandest discovery of modern times and I don't hesitate to eay so." I left tho old captain, whoso ship waa about to sail, much impressed Ir. his sincerity and earnestness. Cor-, tainly he is a living example of what the world calls health, and hence .PIERCE, TAILOR. 310 15KOA1MV.VY. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottage's For Sale. Wanted Lou tm'l Acres Vor Sale. Wanted Sraull Farms For 9 ila. Warned Bu.Hinoss Blocks For dale. Wanted to Exchange Karma tor Cltj' Propwty. Wanted irnrcnandlae to Tr.ido;tor Farms. . .11. OOUDON. S[Tf Block Logansport, Indiana. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 19. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Jfose, Lnnc, Liver •nil Chronic Diseases. Offloa and Residence over Suite National Bank. Bonn 10 co I'i n. in.. C to 4 p. m., and T to S p. in. 411 etlll3 ptomptlj attended. DR. F. M. JBOZSR'3 DENTAL PARLORS. State Natiorxal Bank, Logansport, Ind. KROEGEE & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, G13 Broadway. ANTAlTlYIIDY These tiny Capsules are superior 1 to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubebs or Injections and CORE IN 48 HODRS the same diseases v-itEont inconvenience. . . Sold ly all druggists. Have you digested Otto's great offer? Easter dresses at the Trade Palace. Hosiery sale this week at the Trade Palace. Do you realize the meaning of OUo's advertisement. New clean stock ot May garden seeds at I. N. Crawford's. Do you realize the great saving Otto offers his customers. Table linens and napkins all must go now at the Trade Palace. How can you pay any man full-price for clothing in the faceof Otto's great offer. Get your carpets and draperies from the well selected stock at the Trade Palace and eare money. Now i* tbe time to select your car. peti and draperies, the stock is complete in all departments of the choicest stuffs at the Trade Palace. Insurance and Loans—A few bun. dred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money in any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S, M. Closson, No. 319 Pearl street. Today and tomorrow muslin under•wear at less than cost of making. Corset covers. 10 cents; chemise, 19 cente; pantalettes, 10cenis;drawers, 19 cents} and trimmed eight dress 43 cents al the Trade Palace "Charley's Aunt,'' "Charley's Aunt" comes to Logansport with promise of lots of laughter. [t certainly has a most phenomenal record. It will receive the firet preu- entallon next Wednesday night at tbe opera house. 3 he production is under tho direction of Charles Frohman. Tao KTevv York, Boston and Chicng'O runs htive netted him over $200,000.. It has been running for two years In London. Besides tho London '^^Sarley's Aunt" there is one j^ra Burlic. where it has been ruc^we 1 for over sii rnou'tha; one in Stockholm, Sweden; one in Florence, Italy; one in Sou'.h Africa, all meeting- with the most extraordinary success. It has made countless thsnisanda laugh in all those different^parts of the world. There are six delightful love stories in U, every one of them completely told, ao that heart interest helps "Charlej'i! Aunt" to its remarkable success. Gereral A. B. Catlin, formerly Deputy Surveyor of the port of New York, i> a veteran'of the army and a ' well- kcown Republican politician. "I have been troubled with ;atarrh for many years," said General' Catlin. "I doctored for it a great deal, but did not, obtain any material relief, and this winter cty condition was terrible. I took cold easily, and my nose became stopped up I had severe pains across the front of my head, my eyes became watery. I sneezid a. great deal, and my boaes and joints ached continually. \Yten I got up In ihe morning my throat was filled with a nasty slime, which dropped there during the night. I had to hawk a great deal and this made ms gag and tofen vomit . There was a roaring or buzzing sound in my ears,, and my breath waa very offensive. I lost my appetite, ran down in weight, and became depressed in spirits, "I tried thoroughly several of the best physicians, so-Called, in New York, took patent nostrums of all descriptions, bat grew worse all the time. "Finally, I began Munyoa's Catarrh Remedies. I thought it was no use, and h&d but little faith, but I began to improve right away. My disease rapidly yielded to the remedy, and I underwent a change that was wonder ful. Within a short time I was en. tirely cured, the last trace of the hideous disease had vanished, and today tuy friends are marveling ar the great-change in me. It is a wonderful relief to feel strong and healthy again, again, and it gives me grei.1 pleasure to testify that my restoration to health is due to Munyon's Catarrh Remedy." Munyon'a Homoeopathic Remedy Company, of Philadelphia, puts up a cure for every disease. No matter what the disease is or how many doctors have fa led to cure you, ask your druggist for a 25-oent vial of one of Munyon'a cares, and if you are not benefited your monc-y will be refunded. Those who are in doubt as to the nature of their disease should address Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Munyon will carefully diagnose the case and give- you the bsnefil of his advice absolulely free of all charge. Tbe Remedies will be sent to any address on receipt of retail price. .IOHX J. PKESTON- KILLKD. tbe telegraph columns of this be found an account of the j burning of tha Wabash round house at i Toledo refultiag in the death of John I J. Prenon, who until a. few months I ago was s citizen of Logansport and foreman of tho Wabash repair track. He lived here about two years and made many friends who regret his untimely death. Wabash railroac! men say that when his body was exlrU Cited from the mass of bricks and rubbish it presented a horrible appear. ance, as his .features were mangled beyond recognition and almost every bone of his body was broken. It could not bo ascertained yesterdtiy when his funeral will lake place WILL GO TO EUROPE. Col. C. G. Nawoll local passenger and freight agent for the Wabash will depart for Now York on Thursday whence be will sail £.T Europe. Il is his Intentioa to combine business wi;b pleasure and to viiit ia England, France and other countries. Mr. Naylor cashier at tho freight office will have charge of Mr. Ne. veil's affiirs during his absence which will be about two months Philip Miller who is employed in the P.in Handle paint shop will also shortly leave for Europe, his destination being Aluace. Lorraine bis-nativOjCOuntry which he has not #eaa for raucy years. Success go with them aud a safe i-itura horns. Did you cvsr sec one of tlic famous •.ratcrproof Interlined Coll.irs or Cuffs? ;£'? very cssy to tell, lor they arc all ".arkcd liis way tfj- t " -^wftS"*^^^ a *' ffOS&i TRADrT MLS They arc the only Interlined Collars r.nd CulTs, and arc made of linen, covered \v:tJ waterproof " CEL^CLOID." They'll stand right by you day in and thy our, and they arc all marked this way The iirst cost is tlic only cost, for they keep clca^ a Iocs time, a::d when soiled you can clean them in a niiimte by simply \vipiiiji oi" with s. \vct cloth —lhar 13 the kind marked this way . _ AfARK- These collars acd cuffs will oullus* six linen ones. The wearer escapes i.-.audry trials and lacuclry bills — uo chafed neck and no willing cioivu if u pet a collar ujarhcd this way what most of us consider happiness. Indianapolis Journal: The friends of the Pennsylvania volunteer relief department breathe eaeier DOW that tbe Legislature' has adjourned without disturbing it. Eighty per cent, of the employes are now members of tbe organization, and before tho Legislature again meets all. it Is thought, will have availed themselves of its benefits, as in the six years it has been THE BLOOD is the source of * health. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla to keep it pure and rich. Be sure to get HOOD'S SARS4PARILLA. Slcppkss S Who. but those who have had tha unhappy experience, can tell the hor,. rors or appreciate the unhappy fexperi- enoo of persons troubled with sleeplessness? The damnable hatred of all the demons in hell for mankind must eurelv be appeased by the conscious, ness of such human suffering. The lonjj, dreary, unnappy hours, who can describe them and why is it necessary? U you have ever been troubled you know what they are, and if you have been spared you have DO interest in »he knowledge of such suffering-. Mrs. A. Batoman, Romulus, Mich., after describing: her suffering- from sleeplessness extending over a period of eight years, receiving- at times only about twelve hours' sleep in a week, writes of Dr. Wheeler' t Nerve Yilal. Izer as follows: "I began taking.it in 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 th&nkful I am lor having had Be. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer brought to my notice and for the benefit received from it. Stop nnd think, eight years of sleep > leesncss and. cured in a day, does It cot seem like a miracle?" This medicine Is equally aa effective in ocring nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleeplessness, mental depressions exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug* flit. ./. in operation it was never as popular with ihe employes as al present. 3Iii!4ontc A'otiro. Tiptou Lodge No. S3, F. A. M. will meet in special session at Orient Lodge ball this, Tuesday evening-, March 19;h, at 7 o'clock, to confer the Master Mason's degree on several candidates after which there will be a banquet.' ELI GREENSFEX.DEB, Secretary. Have Yon Kidney Trouble? ' Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FI«JHEK, Druggist. CHICAGO, March 7, ]S9J. Du BtmnMAX, CHICAGO. 1IT DEAK -nt—My attention was first called to SjVif-JJLKliisi j'earln the case ot Cnptuln J. II. Broslus. «! Terra IJuuie. Ind.. who was attacked In th s City with acute nephritis and cystltl.-t (in- llanimaUon ol tho bladder and UMnejs). After prescrtblns iheu.-u.il remedies without avail San- Jiik was sus^^st^d. and tht* lijiprovrment was so marked arur tte first dose.anJ acorapletM oora lollowed so spewllly, that I at once commenced an Invedii^cio • of us merits and have since pre- serlbea It In almost every known form of kidney bladder, ureUirnl. TR?tnal and caiarrhal troubles, followed iiye .on institic-t by the happiest resolts. A rase.^;nure.sl»(!nvoluntary flow of orlue) In myovm 5W"*3" was Terr much Improved by a few doses, antScftTcHllj 1 cured In less than a Wcwk From pracltjijli.experle.nca In a number of bad ca>es of leucctrtiooa 1 am free to say thai I have found no remedy taat Ls eqinl to SAX-'-ajT. And walle I have neverJvfore glvan W^ professional Inilun-ement to a, proprietary remedy, I say unnesltatlncb and without resen'6 tfcat i consider oiN-JAK a veritable boon to humanity and after appinnx It to tbe surest pro;«saiooal tests, can say wl h confidence, It Is better than it Is recommended to be, I sball contmne to prescribe It In all cases ol (realto-urtnaryorcatarrna! troubles. In preference to al- otter known remedies. AS a NKBVE TOXIC, SA.V-JAK can be relied upon Inllyand fntlr^ly. The delicious Wste of IDS medicine Is -Jso In Its favor. In prescribing it for cnlldren. I amat ureseEffiuslngS/Oi'-J-CK as an alterative In skin dlseasjSFand in several cases of chP nle eczemii nave sjspjed so readily to Iti In- Huenc*'that £ snail cajpinue to use It la similar cases, leelini; con&Kt that It wiil meet all the Indlcanons In inwpW*. ^£ (Signed) W' ;tt»o. W. S.VTDEH,'M. D. Jobn M. Ayers, a Pan Hindis brakeman fell from a car at Aocka Saturday evening, fracturing his collar bone. John ZLirzHka a Polish section hand in. the ij'Jth street l^n hUr.dle yards av Chicago «:ts run ove- hy a switch engine on 6aturd,".y dying Sunday taoralGg. Mrs DoraFrlck, widow of tbe late Pdtr Handle car inspector' Chas. D. Frlck. has purchased a. lot on ibmead street between 17th and ISth. on which aba will erest & cottiige in summer. Pan Handle baggageman Chas. McGoivaD and bride have returned from their hoceyraooon trip to Plqu» and other points in Ohio and gone to housekeeping at No. 1710 High street. Of -the throo boys living near Huntlngton arrested for having shot tbrougn the Watash passenger train the other day, one, Jesse Jacobson, was fined $10 and sent to jail for thirty days. The directors of the Ponnaylvani: railroad company have recommendei the abandonment of the Pennsylvanii caaal, now owned by that company for tbe reason that'it has outlived it: usefulness and\ils expenses /or some years have exceeded its receipts, tb deficit now amounting to over $160, 000. A press dispatch from Terre Haute says: The superintendent and route agent of the division of the Adams express company were in the city to day checking up the lost express matter destroyed in the Vandalia wreck. The loss will bo born, only by the express company, as the railroac company does not guarantee safe transportation.' The east-bound freight trailic of the Wabash is now at a maximum. From January to April, each year, the Wabaah hauls very large quantities of corn from trans-Mississippi States to Toledo for the Reynolds Brothers, millionaire commission men, S. C. Reynolds is a large holder of Wabasb securities, and turns every pound of business to the road possible. It is evident that the Wabash is not satisfied with many of the engineers and firemen employed last summer to take the places of tha strikers. Many of them h^ve been let out and the company is enforcing much s'.r'cter dsicipline with them than with the old men. It is said that less than half of the so-called -scabs' are now in the employ of the company. Ask your dealer first, a:ul tnhe notb- !:-,£ that lias uct above trr.dc insri:, if ;.-ju desire j>cdcct satisfaction. All oi'.ifrs arc imitations absolutely. It' you caa't find collars or cuffs ::'..iv ! -.cd 11: is vny, \vc wil! scud yo_u a '.•::up:o postpaid oa receipt of price. Collars, -5 cts. each. Cu**s 50 cts. pair. Oivc your size and say whether stand• p or famed-down collar is wanted. THE CELLULOID COMPANY, • .:?.-.-.'j Uroadmiy, NEW YOltK:. Free Pill". Send^your address 10 H, E. Buclden & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Ulfo Pills. A trial will cooviace you of their merlti. These pills are easy in acilon and are particularly effective In tho cure of constipation and sick headache- For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They arc guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their actiOD, but by giving- tono to stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the system. Regular slza 25 cents per box. Sold by B. F. Keesllog, Druggist. ' • Heal K»tut.e and L.O.IU Ofllcc. I have opened a real estate and loan office at No. -100 Broadway, up st&lre, Logansport, Ind., and would respect fully solicit all parsons ^eoireus of purchasing or sellicg real estate, or borrowing or loaning money, to give me a call. Will also attend to any business en. trusted with me bsforo city council, county commissioners, city or county officers. Will also attend to the ad justmentt: of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. fO.MLINSOJf. Etiir.Iileu'M Aruicu Salvo, The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped handa, chilblains, corns, and all. skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or DO pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect 'satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cants per boy. ^For sale by B. F. Keesling. Paiil Hie Woman'.. Fine. Frank Kissinger and Mai y Weaver were yesterday fined by the Mayor for loitering. Kissinger paid hi a ompanion's fine, and was himself recommitted to jail for ten dayi. Both plead not guilty and were tried yesterday afternoon. Jteivaro of Ointment* for Cmarrh Thai Contain -llercpry. AS mercury win surely destroy the sense of smell. md completely derange thw wholo system when nterlnp It through thu raucous surr.-iccs. Such rtlc!etiSlii}UhJ n~v>rr be u.si-d except on prnscrfp- Ions from reputable physicians, as the damage hey will (I.i Is tenfold to the sooJ you can posel- lyderlwJroia tn«m, Hull's liitarrh Curs man- [actureiJ by *' J. Cheney A: Co.. Tol do. 0., con- ains no mercery, and Ls taten Internally, acting Irectly upon tlia tlojd and murotn surfaces ot he system. In buyog HaB's Caiarrii Cure be yougettbeBettuIn! 1 . U )s taken Internally and made In Toledo, Olilo, by F. J. Cheney &.- Co eftlmonla'a free. 'ojlU by (Jruss'.sts, a-lcs ~j;. psr tioltla. BEN FISHER. DRUGGIST The Washing- of the Feet gets to be a weighty matter, in these days when colored stockings will shed their colors. Pearline does this work beautifully. It's not only thoroughly effective, but it's healthy. Doctors recommend Pearline as a soak for rheumatism.-' Try it 'in the bath. ' It will give you a new idea of cleanliness. Bathing- with Pearline is a perfect luxury. Peddlers and soite nnscmpaiocs grocers tr^i tell yon, " this is as good 25" or " the saine as Pearliue.'' IT'S FALSE—Pewline is never peddled, if your grocer sends , •JOu. an imitation, be honest— ttnJittecJk. , «B JAMES PVLE.Kew Tort^. «, Beware

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