Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 20, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 20, 1895
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^^^^^^j^aL^^a^aa^a^^iagi^""**"** 1 *"*^^^^^ 1 ^^^^^^^^ DfTYouKnow? THAT Two and Two Are Four? Of Course You 'Do! Do You Know that Shoes at two dollars a pair Are Not as CHeap as TDey Would be at ONE Dollar a Pair? Of course you do! Th-i why don't you buy SAMPLE SHOES? They are the Best and Cheapest Shoes on earth m Men's lace or Conprctis, solid aa a rock, worth double. f7Q _ Ladies' DoDjrola slippers, oth- I Qu ers a8k ^ 1 ' 50 for >em ' Childrens ; kid button shoes, sel1 elsowh8re tor 75Ci Boys' veal calf shoes that ' wear like ir ° D ' worth * 1 - 00 ' Ladies'kid button shoes that e boen P a >" in ff $ L5e tor Infant's button shoes, worth four times as much. mi nn Ladies' fine kid stvlisli toes, \\ /ill can't be equaled (or less «P*iflU thail |3.50. (D A A(\ Men's calf shoes cost other 3)1 1U dealers $3 wholesale. These Are No Baits! GUI whole stock runs that way. Everything guaranteed and your money back if you want it. •AMPLE 22 if. FRESH FISH! If you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with P. W. KINNEY, : TEUEPHONB 172. A tine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extra charge. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities Diseases of "Women treated"by the new electrical method that has gl Cn'T?or d g e et f thafthlir vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles gets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures when everythiDe else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It costs you nothing for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, , AtiThe Medical and Surglcalllnstimte. 417 Market 81, r - Logansport. Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE, Wanted, Cheap Cottasss For Sale. Wanted Lou and Acres TTor Sale. Wanted Small Farm* For Sale. Wonted Biulneu Blocks For Sale. Wanted to Exchange carms for CUT Property. Wanted Merchandise to Tr«dejtor Firms. DPRKS3 M. 31. GORDON. Spr» Block Logiuuport, Indians. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nose, Long, Lrtw •ndCIaonlc Diseases. _0ffle* and Residence over State National Bank. Bonn 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. All ««Us promptlj attended. DR. F, M. BOZKR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Overstate National Bank, Logansport, Ind. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20 The Mlases Land is will entertain friends at tea tonight. New oloan stock of May garden eeeda at I. N. Crawford's. The street sprinklers were put on duty yesteidiy for the first time this season. A social will be given tonight by the Methodist ladles at the home of I. N, Crawford. The eastern end of Erie avenue is being graded and improved to Seventeenth street. Insurance and Loans—A few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern ttgJffey In any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M. Closson, No. 319 Pearl street. A car load of fine horses arrived here from Galveston, la., Monday night. In charge ot Jacob Hlrsohber- •ger. The stock will be shipped to the English market by O'Donnell & IU- Ingsirorth, sUrJJng today. I A TEBDICT EOB THE DEFEKDAST ' Bruvelit in by ibe Jury in tbe Damn Salt of Fair v». Spry—Judltmenl Buudered. Judgment was yesterday mordDg rendered by Judge McConnell OD the vordlct in favor of !be defendant brought in yesterday by the jury in ihe Fair. vs. Spry $2,000 damage suit. In this ca.se, the plaintiff, Hannah Fair, Bought to secure damages for alleged permanent injuries receivec by her in a fall on the sidewalk &t the corner of a business block on Broad way owned hy the defendant, Frances Spry. The injury was done to one of her arms. Hucklen'M Arulca Salve. •rhe beet salve In the world for cute bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all ekln erup lions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to ijlye perfect satisfaction^ money refunded. Price 25^eents per^boy. For sale by B, F, Keesliog. Will Carry the Hall. The contract for carrying; the mails between the post office and the railway stations baa been awarded to Fred Litman of Sycamore street, this city Tbe contract Is for four years at $1,100. Notice, I want to sell every child's oloak in the two stocks of dry gooda known as Star dry goods store of Lafayette, and Golden Rule of this city. Must be sold this week. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. A Qood TlUnif and Nothing to Par. Just see what Dr. Greene offers to do for all weak and Buffering people. He is the most successful living spe olallst In curing nervous and chronic diseases. Hie unparalleled offer to consult with anyone, free of charge, by letter correspondence, is doing wonderful good. If you have any complaint which you do not thoroughly understand, and which you would like cured, write the Doctor a letter stating usthowyou feel and what symptoms trouble you. He will answer it, giving a complete description of your case, explaining the meaning of every symptom, and telling how you can surely get well and strong. He gives most careful attention to each letter, and explains your case so thoroughly ihat you understand exactly what ails vou. AU this costs you nothing, you iave no doctor's fees to pay, and you don't have to leave your home. The )octor makes a specialty of treating tatients through letter correspondence, and they nearly always get well. He s the discoverer of that wondsr/ui medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood ,nd nerve remedy. Write to him at his office, 35 Wfflt 14tb St., New York lity, and jou will undoubtedly be made strong and well. Examination ofTeuchcr*. The reg-ular examination of applicants for teachers' license In this ounty will be held Saturday. March Oth, at the Central school building-; n literature the basie of examlnp.tlon will be Raskin's "Essays." County Phyrlclan Xuinert. The county commlssionerB have ap- ointed Dr, E. P. Gould of Royal Jentir county physician for the town- hips of Jefferson and Boone. The alary is $152 a year. licensed 10 Wed. . TLomas Batty and Adda Kerns. Aaron A. Powell and Carrie Young. Slcepltss Nlghti. Who, but those who have bad the nhappy experience, can tell the borers or appreciate the unhappy experi~ nee of persons troubled with sleep- essnesd? The damnable hatred of all he demons in hell for mankind must urely be appealed by the conscious- ess of such human suffering. The onff, dreary, unnappy hours, who can escribe them and why la it necessary? f you have ever been troubled you :novr what tbey are, and if you have een spared you have no Interest in he knowledge of such suffering. Mrs. A. Batem&n, Romulus, Mich,., after describing her suffering from leeplessnese extending over a period f eight yeers, receiving at times only bout twelve hours' sleep in a week, writes of Dr. Wheeler' i Nerve Vital. izer as follows: "I began taking it in ommon dotes and the first night I lept eight hours and a nap the next ay. Every night since I have slept ight or ten hours. Oh, how thankful am for having- had flr. Wheeler's ferre Vitalizer brought to my notice nd for the benefit received from it, top nnd tblnk, eight years of sleep •• etsnesa and cured in a day, does It ot teem like a miracle?" Thig.mad*l- Ine is equally as effective In curing ervous prostration, spasms, flu, sleepiness, mental depression* exhausted itallty, despondency and general do* ility. For sale by Bed Fisher, Drag* let. " ' IN 44 STATES. In Each City, Tovrn and Smallest Village Paine's Celery Compound Is Makiuc People Well. Its Wide Use Today Over Three Continents. 'TIs the one Undisputed Remedy That Cures. Ordered by Physicians Wherever One Practices. Wherever the 'English language is spoken and English newspapers and medical journals are read, there you will find Palce's cele r y compound is ordered for all forme of ffeaknees. At home, as well as abroad, throughout the Doited States, in every State, city and village the one undisputed, strongly commended, unfailing remedy for the spring is Paine's cei- ery compound. Aa a nerve strengthener and regulator, blood purifier and badlly invlg- orator there Is nothing »hat bears any relation or at all resembles or ID any measure equals Paine's celery :om- pound. It stands by itself, unrelated to any earsaparilla, nervine or tonic the world has ever known, and as far superior to them as the diamond Is to ordinary glass. Its discovery by Prof. Edward E Phulps, M. D M LL. D., in the laboratory of Dirtmouth medical school was as noteworthy an event in medicine, as the wonderful cures it has effected nave been remarkable. Where everything else falls, Palae'a celery compound cures. Try it! "Shore Acred." The Uncle Nat in Mr. James A. Hejne's "Shore Acres," is one of the memorable pictures of the stage, and will live in Its annals with the greatest characterizations of the moat famous aotors. It is an exquisite piece of work, homely In its outward apparel, but with a heart of gold. Lf it were only for this character alone, "Shore Acres" would deserve the approval of the most captious critics, but the play has many other enjoyable features. There are nearly thirty parts In the play and all of them are interesting, from tfce queer and quaint old widower, Joel Gates, down to the deaf country squire. "Shore Acres" is one of the truest pictures of STew England farm life ever shown upon the stage, and it speaks well for the patron of the drama that so tgood and true a play has been properly received and well patronized. The )lay will be given an adequate scenic >roduction at the opera house Friday night March 22 Among the mechan- cal effects there is a revolving ighthouse. A K, of P. Delegation. About thirty ot the local Knights of 'ythias were at Lafayette yesterday n attendance at the Pythian district convention. iave Yon Kidney. Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FISHEB, Druggist. CHICAGO, March 7,18W. DB BUHHMAN, CHICAGO. Mr DEAR -IB—My attention was first called to AN-JAK la«t year in the case of Captain 'J. M, iroslus. •Metre Haute, rnd.. wno was attacked n this City with acute nephritis and cystitis (in- ammntloho! tae bladder and kldneja). After prescribing tnensuil remedies without avail- Sanak was suggested, and tit* Improvement was so Darted atu<r tfce first dose, and a complete core ollowed so speedily, that I at once commenced an nresilgatloi! of Its merits and hwe since pre- crtbea It In almost every known form of kidney (ladder, nretnr-il: vaginal and eaiarrbal troubles, oliowed 1* eicn InstaDO-t.by the happiest results. A. case of pnureslsClnTolnnrarj flow ol urine} in myown family was rery much Improved by a few oses, and radically cored In lest than a we«lc Tom practU-al experience In .a number of bad C8>esot leucorrnoea I am free to say that Chive ound no remedy that la mail to SAN-JAK. And while I have never before given a profea- lonal indorsement to a proprietary remedy, I sar unhesltatlngl} and «lthout reserve that i con- iderdAN"-JAK a veritable boon to humanity and tier applTlax It to the surest pro'assional tests, an say wl n confidence. It Is better than it Is r»- onimended to be. I shall oontinne to prescribe It In all cases ot enlto-Qrtnary Of eatarrhal troubles, In prefer- nce to al' otner known remedies, 43 a SERViTOsno, SAN-JAK can be rolled upon ally and entirely. The delicious taste of iba aodlclne Is .ilso In Its favor, la prescribing it for hlldren. I am at present using SAX-JAX as an Iterative In skin disease, and In several cases ot or nlc eczema bav« yielded so resdlly to itt m- wncethat I shall continue to «se It - la similar gjes f deling confident that Ir will meet all the (SUned) fa«o W V BEN FISHER DRUGGIST IS IN THE COUNTY JAIL. John G»tf» of Booue Toivnship H»s BeenCharsfl With Koreery. At Rojal Center yesterday occurred the arrest of John Gates a well known fjii-oifcrol Boooe township, and he vrasi placed in jiil la the afternoon. Toe oharps agalns; G.ues is the grave ona of forgery. Seymour M. Closson the insurance man, alleges that a bad note on Mania Berleehire, for f 120, is In his possession, and acsusoa iiaiee with uttering the false note. Caned ikie Jodice. When the petit jury was discharged yesterday by Judge McConnell after ten weeks of service, they surprised Hie Honor by p'eaeniing him wltb an elegant gold headed ebony walking stick. The presentation was m&de by Q i.. Myers. Toe juil(je was quite overcome. Kurntid by Oanollne. Mrs. Edward Djlan while using gasoline to do washing- with had her f*ce and hands badly burned yosier- day moralcp by the gasoline acoi- denially i^nlllDg. The burns are uoi serloua. PdrCvr tit Libert r. Lewis Porter has been released from the county jill under $1,000 bond, pending a motion for a rehe-irlnR of the caae of the Suta agrt-inst Porter for the alleged receiving of stolen property. AllJFree. Tboje wbo have usfid Dr. Kind's Ifew Discovery know its value, and those who have cot, have now the opportunity to try It free. Call ou the advertised (IrugfjiBt and get a trial bottle free. Send your name and acU dress to 3. £ Bucklen &Co., Chicago, and get a sample box, of Dr. King's New Life Pill* free, as well as H Guldt- to Health and Household Instructor treo. All of whio.L "i* guaranteed to do do you good and coit you nothing at B. F K.eeBlloe'8 drug; store. Iteal K»tato and Lo»n Office. I have opene-i a real estate and' loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up stairs, Lognnsport, Ind., and would reepeci fully solicit all persons deelreua ol purchasing or Belling real estate, or borrowing or loaning money, to give me a call. Will also attend to any business en. trusted with me before otty council, county commissioners, olty or county officers. Will also attend to the adjustment of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. Home-SeCKertt' ExcnrHlonn tioolh and N'jutlieam vi* Feiin»ylva»>B tin's. Special low rate excursion tickets with twenty day limit will be sold March 5th, April 2d and 80th, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to points in Alabamla, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, -North Carolina. South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or add'ess F. Van Dusen, Chief Assistant General Patsen ger Agent, Plttsbuag, Pa. Beware ofOIntmentN forCntarrliThM Contain lli-rcury. As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through tte mucius surfaces. Such articles should never be us-d except on prescriptions from reputable physlcl»n». as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can posi-1- bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Core nmtt- ofactured by If J. Cheney* Co.. Tol-do, 0.. contains no mercury, and Is taicen Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh, Care be sure you get the geiulne. It Is taken Internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &- Co Tei-tlmon!a!s free. ^•Suld hy druggists, orlca ~x. per bottle. Death of M»ry Macken. Marj Macken died at i o'clock yes. terday afternoon of consumption at her home No. 68 Washington street aged 35 years Due notice of the funeral will be given tomorrow. Ht. Joseph's I>»r Observed. Appropriate services, wnioh »era attended by the St. Joseph, (society in a body, were held yesterday at St Joseph's church, it being St, Joseph's day. The mission meetings closed yesterday. Free Pilto. Send your address to H, E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Ulfe Pille. A trial will convince youof their merits. These pills are easy la action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache- For malaria and Hver troubles they- have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25 centa per box. Sold by B. F. Keeping, Druggist. Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of l<emon Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She ad- Vi»e» ladies tatty a fifty cent bottle. •«gf. Jfr*. J. P. Bell, O*»atc<itotnie, Kan* wife of tho editor of The Graphic, tho lead- Ing local paper of Miami county, wrlto* "X tea* troubled iclth. heart duc«M0 for six years, severe palpitaUoBS, shortness of breath, together vrirh such ei- trcmo nervousness, that, at limes I would walk tbo floor nearly a!l r:-jl'.~ W« consulted tho best medical tal-:,:;-. Tliey *aid thcrcica*no fccipforme, that I had organic disease of tho heart for vhSch lucre \vos no remedy. I had road your advertisement. Jn Tho Graphic and ayearnpo, as a lost resort, trie-done bottle of Dr. JHilcn' Xeio Cure for the Heart, which convinced mo that l.hcro van true merit in it. 1 took three bottles each of tie Heart Curo antl licstoratlvo Nervine and jCt completely enrol me. X #tecjt •well M night,, my heart boats rcjrulariy and 1 have no moro srnotlicrinK spells. I wish to say to all -who .ire suffering as I did; there's roMel uniold tar tJiiunt If tbey will only Rivo your rocicdlcs jurt ono trial." Er. Sliics licnrtCflTOlsncld on n. posJtiyo "u.'iraiiioe thai Uioarst bottle will oer.cht. All nruwlsissell itatSl, 6 Kittles forSS, or It will bo sent, prepaid, on rixMiipt of prico . £7 tho 1>- ilUos ilccicii Co., I-lhlar;, lea. Dr. Miles'Heart Cure; Restores Health HAPPY JACK, THE COWBOY, j A Cattle Puiichrr Wno Carried No B»- : tolvor »n Hl« Work on the Pl»l»». "Happy Jack, the Colorado cowboy, was a Keutuckian by birth," said tho amateur ranclvrnan. "Kentucky's son* in the far west are typically very tall ] men, good tempered, and of indomit- ( able courage, and Happy Jack was no exception. Many were the. stories told ; about the ranches of his great strength, j devil-may-curc'courage, and quaint say- j ing-s. He was of great height and, breadth of shoulder, thin, sinewy and | active, with pluck equal to every emer-' gency and that cheerful temperament' which found occasion for rnirthfulness in every situation of life and had given him his beatific name among his fellows. 1 first met him at the Horse Creek ranch, where one night late in autumn lie stopped with his fellows.^ They had come up from the south with a herd of beef cattle which were put into one of the corrals over nig-ht while their cavalcade was turned out into the horse pasture. "Happy Jack was up next morning 1 earliest of all, and, while the rest of the boys wero going to breakfast, he had saddled his gray horse, a vicious creature, as 'sprcady' and as active as his master, and having led it to tho- front of the ranch house was about to mount. The morning was cold and'' frosty, and Jivck wore over his regulation cowboy equipment an old army overcoat. " 'Think he'll buck this rooming, Jack?' said one of the" cowboys from tbo veranda. " 'Well, 1 Jack drawled, '1 reckon hell do about as he's a mind to, and he's generally gota mind to buck. 1 "He settled into the saddle, the horse went up into the air, and for the first hundred yards his progress was a zigzag- pitching fore and aft like a wherry among the breakers. He used every broncho trick to throw oft his rider, who, with the cape of tho old soldier 1 * overcoat flapping up to meet t,hc brim of the broad sombrero, showed an absolute unconcern as to what performance the horse might take into his head to try. The horse at last discovered that bucking was useless and wearisome, and Happy Jack was soon down in the pasture rounding up the horses. ^ Ho had got them together and driven them back to the ranch building before the other boys had eaten their breakfast. That was the kind of a worker Happy Jack was. "Everything that Happy Jack did or said was done laughingly. He carried no revolver, but as he adjusted bia saddle equipments before starting away from the ranch I saw that among 1 the things carefully stowed away In hi* cantinas or saddle bags, was a long knife with a shining blade a foot.long, and what that hints at when seen in a Kentuckian's outfit everybody know*. Happy Jack was a, philosopher who was prepared equally for peace or for trouble." . The Roy. .. Tucson is distinctively a Mexican town; Its streets arc narrow; there is n-n air of lassitude about the people which distinguishes the land of manana (to-mor-j row). But the Mexicans are not real, Mexicans. They are half-breed Indiana arid Mexicans. In Arizona, and the state of Sonora, Mexico, there has been a peculiar mingling- of tho Indian races with the descendants of th« conqnistadores. Cut even the Mexican* of Tncson have all the politeness of the CastC ian. You may address .a small •boy in half-broken Spanish- Unlike the average small boy, • he ignores the fan to be found in yonr mistakes, endeavors to interpret yonr question, and then gives you a"i < he- Information at his command- —Mosaic floors. 1 •'.! with small piece* tf^jja of different colort- • itones set in. »(rnlmr.^S^ patterns, -were knuivn to the Bgyptian»V-;||^ 8300 B. .C. " In Br'3y lon floor* of:th«;j: : ^ i -_ a' a*.*.*:;* f**n.m ~. 'nn "R f*. T x h«»ir wt*n! <. r"-''.'1X kind dated from 3 .00 R C. They were' X|| •common in the i^benian *nd w/»m«Ti*?-.wffi houaes. ^ ,... jri ,„,*,»

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