Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 9, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 9, 1891
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The Soap that Gleans Most is Lenox. Real Estate. For Sale or Trade la all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker,; St. Elmo Bloelc. Broadway D. E. PBYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the mar ket produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 316 E. Broaday st. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 prlcelor tuning Pianos, $2.50 to Si.50. i&iso keep on band a till sanpb of repairing material, pianos repollshed, restmnc, new nammers, ,x>ne related action rewalted, the toucH changed hejOTorlle^t Flrstelasswork. 83yearsexperl- ent7 Ordlrsby mail or left at Allen-Biehard- son,s, 414 Foorch Street- Organs as above. marlld3m '. . W. TO CAPKON. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 9. Beeoham's ache. Use J- B. Tonic. Pills cures sick head d6t L. Blood and Liver eod&w Change* In the -Revenue taws. Two important changes have been made in the revenue laws, regarding the stamps which are procured by dealers in liquor and tobacco. The most important change was made in regard to retail dealers in manufactured tobacco who will not be compelled to pay for government license after April 30th, but will be compelled to make application for privilege of Celling, in the same manner as under the old law. Each retail dealer of cigars and tobacco is compelled to register his name with the collector and make application and upon receipt of applications, each applicant will be given a certificate of registry, which, to all intents and purposes, will be the same as the old government license. The penalty fer failing to make application for certificate of registry is $50. A change is also made in the special tax year. Under the old law the special tax year began on the 1st of May, but under the new law it will begin on the 1st day of July. This' change was made so that the Bscal year and the tax year will be the- same. On the first day of May all liquor dealers will be compelled to' make-application for the months of May and June, paying therefoi e 1-6 of the amount which usually has been paid on the first day of May. On the first day of July they will be compelled to make application again for the year beginning July 1st and ending June 30th, 1892, paying then the amount due for a whole year's license, which heretofore has been paid on May 1st. Dealers in cigars and tobacco are compelled to apply for certificates of registry on May 1st and on July 1st. The New Rail Road.. Mr. S.-P. Sheerin, one of the directors of the proposed Indianapolis & Chicago road, was interviewed by the Kokomo Gazette Tribune and had the following to say concerning the scheme: "The road will be built beyond a doubt. The first section, from Indianapolis to Logansport, will be constructed first and will be in a 'direct line. No deviations will be made to strike towns, as there are none to be reached. From Logansport to the lake the road will take another tangent. From Indianapolis to Logansport the road will tap the garden spot of the State. It will go through the natural gas fields for more than one- half'the distance. Between Logans, port and Chicago it will go through the best part of Pulaski county and the most fertile section of the Kankakee regions. Railroads'are not built in a day, but this one will be built inside of a year." From Indianapolis to Chicago, between the Monon on the west and the L. B. & W. and Pan .Handle on the east, there is an agricultural belt from fifteen to twenty-five miles wide which is not traversed longitudinally by a railroad. Mrs. Anna Murray, wife of Edgar M, Murray, died Tuesday night of luerperal fever at the residence on Woodland street. Mrs. Murray leaves me child, born Sunday last, and a husband who is employed at the Pan Handle shops. Mr. and Mrs. Murray were married in Birmingham, Eng- and, about a year ago. He had previously been a lieutenat in the British navy but resigned and with his bride came to seek his fortune in the United States. The sad ending of her short married life is doubly sad because of he circumstances surrounding it. The infant -will be cared for by Mrs. Isabella Smitt, of the West Side, who s an aunt of Mr. Murray. Mr. Mur•ay is well nigh crazed by his sad bereavement, and for a time Tuesday night it was thought that his senses would leave him so great was his rief. The funeral will be held on Friday at 2 p. m., from the residence of Mrs/Smith, 623 Sycamore street, West Side. Burial at Mt. Hope cem- itery. Services conducted by Rev. Davis, of the Wheatland street M. E. Ihurch. Women are not slow to comprehend. They're quick. They're alive, and yet-it was a man who discovered the one remedy for their peculiar ailments. The man was Dr..'Pieree. The discovery was his "Favorite Prescription"—the boon to delicate women. Why go round "with one foot in the grave," suffering in silence— misunderstood—when there's a remedy at hand that isn't an experiment, but which is sold under the guarantee that if you are disappointed in any way in it, you can get your money back by applying to its makers. We can hardly imagine a woman's not trying it. Possibly it may be true of one or two—but we doubt it. Women are ripe for it. Think of a prescription and nine out of ten waiting for it. Carry the news to them! The seat of sick headache is not in in the brain. Regulate the stomach and you cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the Little Regulators. GEiNEKAL JOHNSTON. The Life Of the Lately Deceased Confederate Leader. A Man Beloved by Friends and Enemies- Ills Serviced In the Florida War—General Sherman 1 * Friendship for HI» Chief Antagonist, Matting sale this week, at H. Wiler & Go's. Last day of fire sale. Come.—Golden Rule. See Otto's window dress by a pro fessional. E. Winter has a great run on his $3.50 shoe. See the new Stamboul • 'art squares," at H. Wiler & Go's. Big drives to-day in dress goods and silks.—Trade PalacaJ Balls and bats free with boys suits, at the Bell clothing [house.—Geo. W. Lucy. Make your ics contracts with John Baker, and you are certain to be sup. plied. mch25dtf Mr. and Mrs.. W. T. Wilson enter- tained-tbeir friends last evening in an elegant manner. You can find the latest and best style of'staff and soft hats, at Dewen- ler's, the Hatter. The Trade Palace glove sale is immense. Go with .the crowd and see the new'bargains. The last day, all lawns, nainsooks a,nd muslins of the fire sale', must go, at the Golden Rule. Lost, Tuesday evening, a ladies gold watch. The finder' will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at John Gray's dry goods store. Three extraordinary bargains for this week: 100 pieces choice straw, matting at 10, 1-5 and 20 cents per yard.—H. Wiler & Co. Yes, "Blush of Roses" looks like water.' Is it water? Ask B. F. Keesling, he can tell you'more about it than any other druggist in Logansport. -9— The latest spring 'styles of carpets and wall paper at prices guaranteed to be satisfactory, and to meet the wants and means of all purchasers.— H. Wiler £ Co'. James Onstott, of Rochester, charged with complicity in the murder and robbery of Michael Overmeyer, was released on preliminary examination, there being no evidence warranting his arrest. An Old Tf-ir Horse. Amos Zolman, who lives in Fulton county, owns an animal with a history. It is a mare. Jenny by name, thirtyr six years old and widely known fir her many good qualities, but chiefly on account of her. services during the late unpleasantness. When the country was aroused by the alarm of warJenny w.as a gay and festive filly of six years. Her comliness . and show of nei-ve attracted the .attention of an army contractor who tempted her owner with gold and she was sent to the front. Peace brought her north again, where, covered with scars of battle and from the branding 1 iron, she was sold with others at a great Federal horse sale. Mr. Zolman bought her and has owned her ever since. Being a man of modest means he has not felt able to provide her with the luxury of freedom she has so nobly earned, and so Jenny is still "one in the team." She has for her working mate her "colt," twenty two years Of age, who calmly and modestly keeps step with its patriotic dam, and they together patiently perform the general farm labor. Deafness Can't he Cured by local applications, as they can not reach tne diseased portion of tne ear. There Is onl? one way to rare D-aCness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition ortt.e mucous lining ot the Eustachlan Tube When this tubegets Inflamed you have a £ surfaces. for any cas? circuits, free. ^-Sold by Druggists, loo Co-i To iedo, 0. Idaville Observer: The Logansport creamery will be located somewhere in the vicinity of Uhl's mill and is expected to be a success from the start. 'The Idaville creamery is located somewhere in the distant future and butter will continue to be cheap. ELK S-S. B. Regular meeting Thursday evening important business. A fall attendance desired. C. O. HEFFLEY, E. R. Woman a Capable 3 South Bend Tribune: "-Every year for the last ten years I turned over a new leaf and vowed to save money,' said an assistant superintendant in one of our factories, "but I never saved a cent, Last January I decided to make a savings bank out of my wife. I kept a dollar for cigars, tobacco or other emergencies and gave all the rest of my earnings to my wife every pay day. Last Saturday night she told me she had already saved $150. This is at the rate of $500 per year, or about one-half my wages. How has she done it? Why by looking after the cents and nickles that I was always spending foolishly." Teacher*, Atcentlon. It is earnestly requested that each applicant for teacher's license will hereafter present a "review" on day of examination. The review or composition to be on an author's works, >r : book, rather than on a single, short selection therefrom. Next regular examination io room 12, "Central Building." All pupils who desire to take the April examination for graduation should present themselves at the prin- jipal's room, West Side building, on Saturday, April 18. H. A. SEABIGHT, County Superintendent. THERE IS TIME ENOUGH. Tie Easiest People Are Those YFbo Have the Most Time to Spare. • Busy people always seem to have plenty of time. Their day is only twenty-four hours long, yet out of that twenty-four, hours—fourteen hundred and forty moments—they find space for an astonishing- amount of work. They are never .afraid to undertake a new thing-. They have always a few minutes to give to a friend. They will secure an hourf or some congenial occupation. It is to the busy men you go, asking can they take a part in this new project. Certainly; state what yon would ; like done, or now you wish it, and they will lend a hand. -Why, if yon so desire, they will take time to tell you just what yon ought to begin and how to manage it Ane when one pieje of work is accomplished they pass to the next with perfect readiness, and a calm confidence in their own ability. Yes, strange .to say, the people who never have time, to do any tiling' are those who .never, have anything- to do. THey would start this scheme, take part in'that transaction, if they only had. a little more time. They would be so glad to pay these calls, only too delighted-, to give that- help; to learn" a language, or to read a book, but they cannot make the time. And while they lament -their lack of it, all the time they had is gone, and their plans are: still unfinished. • '•'" After'all, what.-.more time have the busy than ,the; idle? ' Has not each of -us to-day? .Has not each of us all the time there is?—Harper's Bazar. Gladstone Gives Parhell the I,le. 'LONDON, April 7.—Mr. Gladstone, in reply to, an inquiry whether Mr. Parnell's statement made at the meeting in; Phoenix park, Dublin, to the effect that lie, Mr. Gladstone, had received dynamiters at Hawardan was true, telegraphs that the utterance referred to is an absolute falsehood. Joseph Egg-lcston Johnston was born In Prince Edward county, Va.. in February, 1.807. Ilo was educated at the United States military academy at West Point, graduated in 1S29 in the same class with Gen. R. E. Lee. He served for some years in the engineering department of the army, and was aid to Gen. Winfield Scott in the Seminole. war. He was brevetted captain for bravery in the war with the Florida Indians. On one occasion while in command of a small recounoitering party he was surprised by the Indians, and nearly all the officers were killed before the men could be rallied. Lieut. Johnston' succeeded in getting the men together and conducted an orderly retreat for seven miles. A ball struck him on the forehead and -grazed along the entire top of his head. The uniform worn by him in this fight was long preserved by his friends, it having- no 'less than thirty bullet holes in it. He served in the Florida war of 1842-43, and from that time until the Mexican war was engaged in topographical and other engineering work, among which was the running of the northern and southern boundaries of the United States. He was in nearly every important engagement in the hostilities with Mexico, being brevetted 'lieutenant colonel and colonel in April, 184T. At both Chepultepec and Cerro Gordo he was severely wounded. At tho former Gen. Scott reported that Col. Johnston was the first to plant regimental colors upon the Mexican fortress. He was mustered out of service as lieutenant colonel of- volunteers, but by a special act of congress he was reinstated to his former rank of captain of topographical engineers. April 23, 1S61, when he resigned to enter the confederate service, he was quartermaster general of the United States army. He was at once made major general of volunteers in the army of Virginia, and assisted Gen. Lee in organizing the state troops' at Richmond. He took part in several preliminary skirmishes, and arrived on the battlefield of Manassas in time to turn defeat into glorious victory. He was wounded at the, battle of Seven Pines in May, 1SC2, and was incapacitated for active service until the following fall. August 31 of that-year he was made one of the five full generals by act of the confederate congress. In March. 1863, he was assigned to the command of the department of the southwest. The following December he was transferred to command the army of Tennessee. He opposed Sherman vigorously in his march to the sea, but was at last compelled to yield to overwhelming odds and resources. He consulted in Greensboro', N. C., with President Davis when on his way south. April 18, just nine days after the capitulation of Lee, Gen. Johnston surrendered his -fjjree little kitteifr soiled tfjeir try didn't kijpv/v/lj&tlo'do; &v/ise old friend f/ 1 /U>id re e)ANTAClAUS SOAP •ese in WH^isSOAPofan^ Quickl/ vcvr\is er Vere as bright 1 ^ soft as SANTACtAUS-.SOAP-MADE ONLY BY NXfAiR&M^^^^ BLOSSOM A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. • • • - - id Deling, low spirited and despondent, with, no appa- -y- -•—--•-n^lieadiKihe, pains in the.back,.pains across the J t « ' f ovaries. Bladder difficulty, Frequent nrlno^ ' 3,"ar.'d with all these symptoms a ternUlo nerTOUi bltANGJB BLOSSOM TitKATMENT removes a* ; — r 'v, „.<- n f -hnwpli Gre ; 9 wer part of Bowels. ,^ 'beee by a thorough process of absorption. •..•,.\ innil »nnl inJTirtH Perfectly harmless, wliich every lady can use, herself. \ LOCAL ArrLluAlll/il lelnes taken interually will never relieve the many forma Ot female weakness. The remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent rellot'^, i mi in Til If Tn I •«m r C in o«r circular. Ask your drug-gist for one, or send two A PLAIN TALJV ID LAUlCOcent stamp to home office for sample box and rarouUr. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Beme dy . $1.00 FOR ONE MONTHS HUTMENT. •9-™ OR SALE BY0. F . KKESL1VG and JO H>' STOW : BROS.;. ' .' Will fcwly W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. •v; DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ^ LUMBER. : N. W. Cor. Fourteeutu and Maple Sts. 1 ,*• LOUSVILLE, KY- ;jlcntion this super. deodftMr THE LATE GEN. JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON. forces to Gen. Sherman. The articles of agreement entered into between JohnJton and Sherman were in the greatest degree honorable, and provided that the confederates should carry their- arms to the capitals of their respective states and deposit them in the arsenals there'. This proposition was rejected by the federal government, and on the 28th of the same month the two generals again signed articles, these latter being the same terms as those agreed upoiT by Lee and Grant. During his military career in several wars Gen. Johnston was in all wounded ten times. Gen. Johnston after the war became successively president of a railroad company in Arkansas, of an express .company in Virginia, and an insurance agent in Georgia. He was elected to congress from : the Richmond district in 1877 and next saw public life: as .commissioner of railroads, which office he, held under -President Cleveland's administration. In person Gen. Johnston was a man of slender build, of not more than medium heig-ht and with a kindly, pleasant face. Gen. Johnston's manner was very qniet and- self-contained. He had a handsome, intellectual face. His forehead was broad and full, bis eyes blue, his nose straight, and a white mustache and short, white beard covered the lower part of his face. He was a devoted friend'of Gen. ShermSn, to whom he surrendered. : Gen. Sherman had for him : an almost boyish affection. For several years Gen. Johnston was at the head of the bureau of Pacific railroad accounts in the interior department. tUicKrS.tni's Small Surplus. WASHINGTON, April 7. — Secretary Foster astonished some of his friends by predicting that there would be no surplus in the, treasury a year from now, and he intimated'that the government deposits in national banks would very soon be withdrawn. The net surplus in the treasury to-day is only £12,000,000. DE. J. MILLER & SONS—Gents: I can speak in the highest praise of your VegetableExpeetorant. I was told by my physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming. I had a hard : cough, difficulty • in breath ing,'and had been spitting blood at times for six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better, and in a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think" my lungs are sound.—Mrs. A. E Tur-. ner . dec7d&w6m . Randolph, Mass. Notice. On account of the OddFellows' celebration at Terre Haute, the Vandalia line will sell round trip tickets to Terre Haute for trains of April- 25. These tickets will he good to return up to and including April 27, and the rate will be one fare -$3.50. For further particulars apply to. J. C. EDO-WORTH, Ag't. Ladle* Have Tried It. A number of my lady customers have tried "Mother's Friend," 'and would not be without for many times its cost. They recommend it to all who are to become mothers.—R.. A. Payne, druggist;' 'Greenville, : Ala. Write Bradfield Reg. Co.,. Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. '•-' -•• t°12 A Foul-Mouthed. Woman is even worse than , a foul-mouthed man. But no one-need be foul-mouthed if they will only use SOZODONT and rub it in well. Don't 'spare the brush and spoil the mouth- as some parents do with their children when they withhold the rod, to29 '- Short breath, palpitation, pain in : 'chest, -weak or faint spells, etc.', cured by Dr. Miles'-'New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's '^t. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh s Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 7 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that- terrible cough. ' Shlloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. - 2 SHILOH'S CURE will immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis Sold by B- F. Kees. THAT HACKING COUGH can be BO quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling ' 1 A Safe Investment. Is one which is"guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, Or in case of failure a return of purchase -price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief} in every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Cheet; such as- Consumptiop Inflammation- Lungs, Bronchitis, i ima, Cough, Croup, etc., - -J. and agreeable to taste, perfectly.-safe and can always be depended upon Trial bottles, free at B. F, Keesling's ,| Drug Store, - • •_ . ' Yoc CAN'T Do IT.—You can't sow- shoe pegs and harvest'a crop of'wheat, To get wheat; you must sow wheat. Your dyspepsia will not get well ( J „, itself but requires a'reliable and barm- ^ less remedy, such^asDr. White's Dan-.3* deiion. It cures- dyspepsia, bilious- $ ness, sick headachfi'and other disease*, of the stomach, liv«r,. kidneys urinary organs.. Sold by B. F. Kee*—,' ling and D. E. Pryor. to!2 - Scarlet Fev«r. Darby's- Prophylactic Fluid is ur equaled in the treatment of fever. Used as a gargle it the throat from becoming diphtheretic, allays the inflammation and subdues <% the pain. Used to sponge the "body ltf\ allays the itching inflammation of the -f] skin and destroys infection*. _ "> '• Exposed ic the sick-room it will ' prevent the.spread of contagion, and. keep the atmosphere wholesome. to!2 " : .Diphtheria. In a severe case,- there is but one thing to do, get the' nearest physician, ^ but how much better it would be to-,; prevent a severe case by having Pine- 7 - j apple Syrup in. the house; it will £• s : the work. Try it. For sale by J. F. Coulson&Co. ; *°15' CATARRH CURED, health and Bwe*t"-^ breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh ^ Remedy. Price 50 cents. Ns*al IE-, & jector free. -Sold by B. F. Kee*j^ , ing '.. •.'-•' - $ THE REV. GEO. H. THAI-BE, of Bour~ ,$ bon,,InJ., says:- "Both myself and % wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consump- - ^ live Cure.. Sold Tsy B. F. Keos-^ i in g _; • M • •.... '•; Biliousness, constipatioa, torpid/Hr- "jj er, etc., cured by Miles 1 Nerve-and. J Liver Pills. Free samples at B. F <] Keesling's. ( s ) !j CROUP, WHOOPINW COUGH and bro«- ,^ chitis immediately re' eved by SnUoh'a ^ Curr. Sold by B. F. Koeslinsr, 6 v ^

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