Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 26, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 26, 1895
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The Mere Fact That So Many Dealers are Advising You Not to Buy SftflPLE SHOES ought to satisfy you that they are afraid of them. They can't compete with us on Prices. We also have a beautiful line of samples in At Prices never before heard of. HO* Lttdien' T)ong:ola slippers, oth- MQ ers u»k $1.09 for 'em. $1.08 Ladies' flno Kid Oxford Flippers. Regular price $2.25 48c Chlldrens' kid bntton shoes, sell elsewhere for 75c. 98c Men's lace or as u rook, worth doubl--. Boys' veal calf shoes that wear like iron, worth $1.50. HUSTON'S COLD AND COOGH CORES Guaranteed to Check • Cold In m Few Hour* ind Prevent «rlp and f ueumonlo. $1.18 Ladies' 8. flap kid Made to button sell for DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2G. Garden and Qowor soods at lirele M/g. Co., 414 Broadwny Spenlol ratett to siudenls e Hall'* Business Colkgo, April 1st Fancy lawn grass eocd, fertilizer for lawns and plants—Krols' Mfg. Co . 414 Broudway, Th o Btstcmont thai Mr. and Mrp Will S . Rnaior ontortalned Saturday evening wua erroneous. If you r.csd money you can tot It on personal or collatornl security of E B. Over-hlner, 3~27 Fourth Si. Ch»». Trout bus severed bin oou» • neo'.lon wHb McCuffrey & Co , la whoso employ he hus been for severa years. To have per/eot bcaUh you muai have pure blood, tind the boat way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparlla. Slate KepMo^or will hang p;tpor a IScontd a double roll. Give him ( call over Lolnenoman'a tailor shop, 504 Broadway. Insurance and Loan?—A fow hun. drod dollars of looa.1 fundd; also Eas'.ern money In aoy amount, to lonn on mortira£fo tecurily—S M Closson, No. 819 Ptarl atrco'.. Mary Piorna yostu-day filed an hfti- davit LQ 'Squire lUvld Lalng'a court, chftrjjlnfj Frank Brloe wHb iitis.tu't and battery, alleged to have been com mltied Sunday. Retrular maotlnfi- of tho W. C, T. U, Tuesday, Marcb 26 th at 2:30 o'clock ftt the Hotce for the Friendless. All membors aro requested to bo present at there Is important business. One thnt you can keep clcnn all tlio time—a collar '.lint docs not wilt wtcu you got ovcr-hcatcd;. that docs not fray on the edge, or tear out at tlic buttonholes, oud cau bo cleaned by simply wiping off with n wet spO!3t;e or cloth. These collars and cults nrc mode by covering linen collars or culTs on both sides v.-ilii v v -atcrproof "celluloid," thus giving strength, and durability. They arc the onl^ waterproof goods so made, and" every piece is stamped as follows: Ask for this, and refuse to take any imitation if you expect satisfaction. If yon r dealer docs not keep them, send direct to ns, -enclosing amount, and -we tvill mail you sample. Collars 35 cts. each. Cuffe 50 cts. pair. State size, and whether stand-up orturncd-do-wn collar » -Wanted. THE CELLULOID CO, 437-39 BrrmOwny, New YorJc. SloopltHH Nlghlit. Who, but those who have hud the unhappy experience, cau tell the hor . rors or appreciate the unhappy txperi- enc* of persons troubled with sleeplessness? The damnable hmred of all tho demons In bell for mankind must surelv be appeased by the conscious, ness of suoh human suffering. The lone, dreary, unhappy hours, who can describe them and why la it necessary? If you have ever been troubled you know what tf-ey are, and If you have boon spared you havo co Interest In ine knowledge ol such Buffering. Mrs. A. Batoman, Romulus, Mloh., attar describing her suffering from rilcoplcssneSE extending over a period of e'ght years, roce.lviDfj; 1 at times only about twelve hours' sleep In a week, writes of Dr. Wheeler'i Ntirvo Vital, izor as follows: "I bearan taking it ID common doses and l.ho first night nlept eight houra and a nap the next day. Ersry nltrht sioco I have slept eitfht or ten Hours . tiow thankful [ am lor having had *r, VVhee.ei Nerve Vitallzer brought to my notice and for the benefit received from it. Stop nnd think, eight years of sleep' lessnosa and cured in a day, does it not seem Hko a miracle?" This medicine la equally as effective in oaring nervous prostratloivspasms, fits, sleeplessness, mental deprustlona exhausted vitality, despondency and general de- Dlllty. For sale by Beu Fisher, Drug' gist. ENJOINED FOR A TIME. The 3>ew l'oi-k Uaiikrupt Stoie Win CoultKt an Atiein;it lo Collect Clf S autl County Taxes. Herman Schonfieldsr vs. G. E. Barnett and Herman Schonfielder, vs. 8. F. Kee.sling were the titles of two suite filed yesterday by McConnell & JeokUee, the attorneys. The demand of tho plslntiff in the two caees, who represents the New i'ork Bankrupt company, ls for a permanent injunction against the city and county offloers, who under the transient merchant" law, are trying to collect taxes off the new company that recently opened up In the old room of H. Wiler & Co., on Fourth street. The allegation of Mr. Schon- fielder Is that he is a permanent resident of tho cUy and ha.3 coma here to stay. A temporary restraining order was resterday granted by the court and the Inal hearing will D9 had Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. The amount of Mr. Schonfielder'e taxes is $100. Beware orO»mmrm» for CamrrtjThut Cmialn M-rcnry. JUs mercury will surely nestroj the sense ot smsll andcoaipl6C»lT<terang8tae whole system when entering It through the mucnus surfaces, such id )uul n*vir Dt>iw d «x«)pt on prescrlp Ions rrom reputable physicians, as the damage her will d i U tea fold co tn« gcwd ?on caa posjil lj<1ertT<fcointh»in. Bull's Catarrh Core mtn- olHCtured br f J. Cheney A Co.. Tol -do, 0., con- atns no \n«roarj, sad Is taicen tuteruallT, acting IttecilT upon tht) Dio>xl and macous xirfnota ot hosjsttira. Inbujiag Hall's Catarrh Cure b« urejoaitet tiewtulaa It Is taken InteomUr and ra»<l* In Toledo, Ohio, b/ F. J. Chesey A Co Tf»tlm»nla'« free, /id oy 4:ui«l3ts. ortc? 73s. psr bottle. at remo starts in extends to The Rev, D. I. Hobbs baa to far recovered from his recent Illness si o be able to resume his Lenten work. Services will be held at Trinity church at 4 p. m. today. T HE PAST guarantees the future. It is not what we »y, but what HO;Kl%S«mp»rilU does, that tells th« Mr. B F. Keesling druggist, desires us to publish the following extract from a letter-of Charles M. Gutfield of Reedlsy, Fresno Co., Cal.. tho remedy referred to and wants his customers to know what a splendid medicine His: "It is with pleasure I tell you that by one day's <ia& of Chamberlain Cough remedy I was relieved of a very severe cold. My head was completely stopped up and I could not sleep night. I can recommend this dy." A cold nearly always ha head and afterwards the throat and lungs. By using this remedy freely as soon as the cold has been contracted it will cure the cold at once :»nd prevent It from extending to the lungs. ••Tiie JJc'w The phenomenal success among plays Id "The New Boy." It has been running in London to crowded house* and there is no tellirg how loug it will continue the sensation of the stage. Ic is pure fun., a solid con vulsion of wit and Uuguter, with delightful scenes and any amount of love making, diukoved flirtations, heart- expanainR 1 declarations, all in the presence of the astonished audience This play is a wonder. Think of It.! A typiual school boy, full of pranks and muohief. Ho sleeps with the bully of the school Toe principal allows him no privileges, and is severe in his discipline. But the little chap paints the school red aod paralyzes the town with his wild exploits. This is the piay that is runniug in London and the east to such big houses. It will be here on Thursday, March 28ih. at ^he opera house. ••Freddie," the irrepressible school boy is played by Be •» Coote, the comedian. _ In the fall ol 189*3 a son of Mr. T. A.MoFarland,a prominent merchant of Live Oak, Suiter Co., Cal.. was taker with a very heavy cold. The pains in his chest were so severe that he had spasms and waa threatened with pneumonia. His father gave him several large dosea of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which broke up the cough and cured him. Mr. McFariand says whenever his children have croup be invariably gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it always cures them. He considers it the best cough remedy in the market. For sale by. B. F. Kaesling, Druggist. eeKorH' Excursions South and ! 4 .ntUwostvU PenuNj'lTa Halm M . I Special low rate excursion tickets with twenty day limit will be sold March Sih, April 2d and 30th. from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to joints in Alabamla, Florida, 3-aorgla, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi. North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Llna Ticket Agent, or add-ess F. Van Du- een. Chief Assistant General Faasen jer Agent, Plttabuag. Pa. Froralnmt ImiUtittoi Zndonis t Tduble Colds lead to coughs, coughs to grip, pneumonia and consumption: there fora, it is all-important to check a cold before It reaches the lunga. Munyon'e Cold Care will positively break a cold Inside of twenty (our hours if taken as soon is ihe told manifests itself. When the cold reaches the lungs or bronchial tubas the Cough Cure should be used alternately every h.Uf hour with the Cold Cure. The Cold Cure is] guaranteed to prevent pneumonia if used In the beginning of a cold. Pneumonia or Inflammation of the lungs, can be controlled by the use of these tiro cures. The Cough Cure positively cures bronchitis, tickling in the throat, hoarseness, lose of voice, norenesa o the chest, difficulty in breathing, hacking cough and all pulmonary dls eases where the lungs arc) not too far decomposed or covered with tubercles, If you are ailing step iuio she nearest drug etoreaod get a 25c vial o one of Munyoa'd Remedies. No matter what your disease or how many doctors have failed to cure, it wi give you relief. T nose who are in doubt as to the nature of their disease should address Professor Munyou, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms ol their disease. Professor Munyon wil carefully diagnose the case and give you the benefii of his advice absolute ly free of oil charge. The Remedies will be sent to any address on rece'.p of retail price. SOUHU'H i tii n d No person can read the endorsements of Sousa's Band, by musicians press and people without the inevitable conclusloa that the band is with. out an existing peer.and ibat no mu lovor can afford to miss Its concert 10 be given in this city on April 9. Bindmasier Sousa has fifty porfec musicians, and his two artis'.s are equally renowned and equally great. and tho combination is one which cm hardly be resisted by the music lover. the critic or the average popular audieoca. TITO Lives S»ved. Mrs Pl:o3be Thomas, of Junction City, Iil. v was told by her doctors she bad consumption and that there was DO hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggera, 139 Florida St , San Francisco, suffered from dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was eucgd. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the won derful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B F. Keesl-ng's drug store. Regu lar flza 50o and $1. OLD LABIIS' Hou, TOLEDO, 0., Sept. S, '93. To the Bayer Medicine Co., Toledo, Ohio. Gentlemen:—Please leod u* some more of your Penetrating OIL We hare uaed it In the Horns on a dozen patients In . various cases, And never found a remedy which has more Vaudalia Line Ln\v Jliue April 2<1, and 30th, 1S9.1. On April 2d and SOth, 1S95, the Vaodalla line will sell excursion tickets 10 points In thoJSouth and Southeast at ONE FARE ROUND TRIP. In addition to the above, round trip tickets will be sold to points in Arkan sas and Texas on April 2d, at rate of one fare plus f2. Liberal limits and stop over privileges allowed. For full particulars call on or address any Vandalla line ticket agent, or W. F. Brunner, Assistant General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Old People. Old people wao require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will fiad the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the B to coach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters la an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price 50 cents per bottle at B: F. Keesllng'e drug store. Oh, lotkir! Why do you let your dear little one Buffer with colic and cramps, when a few drops of Dr Bayer's Colic Drops will Instantly relieve your darling, and give you both needed rest. All nurse* uge It. For gale at John M. promptly and ; pennaoently relieved or j ohngton > 4 drug Btore . cured rheumatic pains, oeuraigla and •tiff joints. We cannot remain without It, and Iv baa become the most im-; portant remedy, in our ilapeniary. Yours truly, .. ... .. .. ; ; Mm Munmt CHTJBCH, Celebrated Arb nr Day. The pupils of No. 6 Sixteenth street school celebrated Arbor Day last Fri- 4»y by giving appropriate exercises and plaatlnff t*° shade treoa. Ona A new code of rules is being Introduced on tho Vandalia. The books are all numbered and one issued to each employe of the road, for which he IB to receipt. II he leaves the employ of the road the book 'of rules must be turned in. Every concelvabla point relative to the running of trains »nd yard service Is touched upon. Almost the same rules have been in vogue on the Pennsylvania, for several years. The revised edition is a result of the meetings of superintendents of several roads, by which they have been been adopted. One reason for the adoption of the standard rules is that when an employe leaves one road and secures a position on another'he will at once be familiar with the rules and regulations. Some of the old Vandalla men are much worried over one or two sections in the new rules. The private car, of President McKeen of the Vandalla which was damaged in the wreck at CoatsvilJe will not he repaired but Is being used for a bolt room at the Tc-rre Haute shops. President McKeen has ra- ct-ived a. new car from the Pennsylvania. Wabasih eDjrlceer Mdrt JamUoi! of Peru, wss in the city \esierdny OD business. Fred \Vi_-bb W.-;b.-ifh operator at Peru, WI»P In tho ui:y yesierds/ OD busint-srr. Tha Wab>icb dopot a), K-ik-rs wot totally dfi-vyed by ii- « Saturday afternoon Hnw Ki dire KliCuni»llMii. AIIA.HO, Coos Co.. Orejjon, Nov. 10, IS 93. I wi.tlj 10 inforcu j-itu of ihe /rn»fti good Chamber-Kins Poia Balm DMV done my wife. She has been troubleo with rheumatism ot the arms and hacdr 'or six cnoct):)ri. 'aod has tried man.\ remedies preoovibsd forthatcompUlni Hut found r.o relief until she used thlf P.iin Balm; one buttle of which hat- completely cured her. 1 take pleas ure in rsco:nmending it Jor that trouble. Y"ours truly, C. A. Bullord, Fifty cent and $1 bottles for sale bj B. F. Kee-.iiog, Drut'gUt, Keal Ki.tiile ami komi OIJIcc. I have opcai-'i K. real estate acd loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up stairs, Lugansport, Ind., and would refpect fully solicit all persons desirous ol purchasing or selling real esiate, or borrowing or loaniog money, to give me a call. Will also attend to. any business eo. trusted with me before city council, county commissioners, city or county officers. Will also attend to ihe adjusimeni. of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. At8«'«itloo, O. E. S. The visli of the members of Fidelity Chapter of this city to Peru has been postponed to e. later date. By order of WORTHY MATRON. What Is tho Work of the JtldncyM? To remove from t-hs blood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustaining life and glring strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every, three minutes, and If these, organs are unable to perform their work fully, eooner or later the system Is poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" IB tho indicated blood remedy. rroun Dcbllltf. E?ery person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or falling memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex tended medical aid such as Is found in San Jak'." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. "I AM A WOMAN c AND HERE I SUFFER.",! How o'len this expression Js heard / nnd ho* much oftoonr is it felt Ainu! ,"T women co suffer. Wby, we often can:,™V r.ot tell, but we know ibote is 'ot»-. •.' greatcause, r.nd That 1« «-e<vknei«. '•'„' The hpsdnches.lbo deprewed feelings. ..$>. i.be pilns, the die>courji|fen eni!»,indec4 '•'-••. almost all the misery h.is a common -. ; cause—weakness. Av tucb time* . a woman always ntjeclt, » frlea* : that ctin ba relied upon, and such* friend, for more than twenty yeftt*. ' has been that grfate.-t of all remedies. ,- .'•.'' Warn«tV Sife Cure. By its purity — and it* porter it furbishes » prompt . relief for women in ineir (lours of ••; Deed, and If Ihe grateful expression*- ; which come np from ibe ht>tneo of vh» • lacd about what Safu Cu>-»» ^as don* ;•: were potted, they woul'' r> ' Milum*. ..-.•, If you ;e»der, nr«a sulkier can jOtt " not take hope r;ooo this fiupg 8'-lon SUCCESSFUL DEAF MUTES, There Arc Nearly a Tbouwnil mid Tb»r H»T« a riourlihln- Club. Mr. Xixcs, whose remarkable skill 1m deciphering- badly directed letters at the post office was referred to in tWJ» Chicago Tribune the other day, is on* of a colony of something like a tholi- • sand deaf' mutes in Chicago, many ot \vhom occupy important positions. Oia ' of thorn is a lawyer of high st-audinjj, another is chemist and assaycr of thfc National Smelting and Rciiniug- corft- ' pany, another is head bookkeeper ink wholesale 1 grocery house, another V president of a land association. U6- sides these the "silent people" in Cb> cngo are scattered among the trad(Sv . including sliocnwking, cabinet \vorfc. Tvood carving, bu'.-hijj and typesetting,' There are quite n number of corapoV itors, the majority of whom work Om the weekly trade papers. Until tl» adoption of the typesetting machine^.. the deaf mules were well represented among- the moruing papers, .but no^ there is only one setting type on » ' morning paper and none 011 any of tbk evening papers. Heretofore a larg* number of the pupils at the deaf an« dumb institutions have learned tlifc printing trade, but since typesetting machines buvc covue into such general use the authorities have discourage^. entrance into this trade as much ah possible, although it is one which pr£ scuts no obstacles to the -d oaf mute, fa he is duly required to exercise the fap- ulty 01' seeing in order to do his work . properly. ' The Chicago unites have an orgrm&V tion known as the "Pas-a-Pas cluby* which lias its rooms in the building ok the. southeast corner of Clark a.nd Randolph streets, occupying the entire fift> ; Jloor. The ijrst steps toward the fo£- ruation of this organization were takcfc twelve years ago at a picnic of deal. mules in Jackson park. The idcfc proved popular and the dub has flourished ever since. Social and literal* meetings are held regularly in the wift- tcrti:ne and picnics ixi the summefc ' Jialls arc given frequenUy. The most brilliant function of this character wa* t'nal \vhich look place at the Grand P>- • ciiic hotel three years ago, where fouV hundred people were in attendance. The AilirmallTc Nr^atiYc. A couple of deputies belonging t» different shades of politics meet in tbji lobby of tho French chamber. " prime minister is about, to give Mr. tcl an appointment in the diplomat service." "What! That fellow?" "Why, certainly. Ue is a. very capable man." "Yes, capable of anything." n i "Tb> r. U^ mat* There is no man so unmcrcllul a* the man that is on the side of mercy for the money that is in it. The garment of humility is for yoo[ the mantle of charity is to cover your neighbor. Now, don^t get them mixe.4-. Chamberlain'* Eyo and Skin Is unequalled for Eczema, Teller, Bheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapj Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost KV ChronicSore Eyes and Granulated Eyr.li Tor sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO HOK3E OWNERS. '•. For putting a horse in a fine healthy» dition try I)r. Cody's Condition Powd They tone up the system, aid digestion, t loss "of appetite, relieve constipation, cor tidney disorders and destroy worm*, gi« oew life to an old or over-worked horse. _ tnts per package. For sale by drnggigffc "Play" for some women—hard work for others. Perhaps, for most women, more or less of both. Fix it to suit yourself. More play and less work—that's when you wash and clean with Pearline. More work and less play—that's when, you wash with soap in the old back-breaking way. Better work, too, with 'Pearline. Little or none of- the rubbing that wears things out. It's something to. think about, whether you do your own work, or have It done. Easier, quicker, better, cheaper—and absolutely safe. Facts about Pearline known by millions of women. • !fe . Peddlers and some nnscrapalons grocers •n-ifl tell you." tU» rV^YX/O IF'f-* '* ^ S ood 3S " " r "*e same is Pearline." IT'S EALSE-- JLJ'V/ W CLL V* r«rlinciVnererpeddled.andif vour ffrwer sends, yon : ;*«

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