Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 29, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 29, 1895
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The reason thaithaWajbrity'.olF-'t'h¥ : pebple do riot buy fine shoes is because they could not afford it. Things are different ndw. Buy SfflPLE SHOES, and you can ail afforc to wear fine ones as they cost you no more-, than you have been paying for common ones. We've got Shoes FOP The Boys! INDIANA VETERANS: THE ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT HELD AT MUSCLE. m MisH/.-s' white kid confirm*.- luiition slippers. Regular price $2 F7Q n I Ulj Luclip.s' ki I tilippers others a«k §1.50 for 'em. We*- Muu's lure or congres, soli as a roc.k, $2 nint to mucr for ml QQ Jyidies' fine kid shoes Bfcy iKI fiii lish rocn aud tuade to sell V 1 '"" for S3.50. Children's firm kid spring hfflHand fine finish would bi at 70c $2.98 ~ patent leather, ball u;reMH. Razor, orPIain JOSEPH GILLOm STEEL PENS El EXTRA F1SE, fWK AMD BUOAD POIKTS TO SUIT ALL HANDS. TEE MOST PEEPECT OP PENS. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nose, Long, liver •nd Chronic Diseases. Office and Residence over State National Bank. Roots 10 to 12 . in., 2 to \ p. m., and 7 to 8 p. ra. ill calls promptlj attended. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, ChenpCottasi<n For Sale. Wnntwl Lota nn<l Acres v 0 r Sale. Wanted Small Karnm For dale. Wanted Buslnem Blocks For Sale. Wonted to Ejectmnce farms tor City Property. Wanted Mwrctianillse to Trudeifor Forms. DDBKiS .11. M. ttOIUIO'V. S[irr Block LORunsport, Indiana. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers C13, Broadway. DR. F. M. BOZSR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Dver State National Bank, Logansport. Tnd. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MOUNTING. MARCH. 29. Overworked women need ZoaPhora, Not Samples — See Walker & Rauoh's fjBon Fisher, the druggist, will eave you money on paints. D What Zoa Fhora won't do for ailing women, no medicine will. Garden and flower leeds at Kreis' Mfg. Co.. 414 Broadway. Special rates to students entering Hall'i Business College, April 1st Fancy lawn grass seed, fertilizers for lawns and plants — Krels 1 Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway, Ben Fixher, the druggist, has the agency for Munyon's remedies. A full line always on hand. Slate Eeplloger will hang paper at 16 cents a double roll. Give him a oall over Lelnenoman'* tailor shop, 604 Broadway. MUsos whlta kid slippers for conflr nation wt 98 cents a pair; regular price $2 — Boston Sample Shoe Co,, 322 Fourth street. Insurance and Loans — A few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money In Any amount, to loan on mortgage security — S. M. Closeon, No. 319 Pearl street. Beware of Olnlmcntn rorC»larrbTh»l Ciinuln Mxrcnry. As mercury win surelj aestroy the sense of smell and complete]; ilernnfja tha whole sjatem when .entering ItUirougntbe mucous surfaces. Such article**bouId n-iv^r Deiosl except on preaerlp ttoos from reputable ptustclt»n», as the durance they will d > Is ten fold co the good you can pos.il WyderlY* from them. Hall's Ottacrh Cow man- « redt>yK J. Cheney * Co.. Tol-do, O., con- 10 m&rcarr, and la taken luternallT, acting j upon the wood nnd mucous surfaces of '•. tbenysteni. Iu bujrae ' HftU'.< catarra Cure b« lure you get the genuine. I ^ taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, bj Jt, j. Cheap; *• Co free. S'ld .bj dcoggUU, prl ct 'c. per bottlt. 8uml«y School Convention. There will be a Sunday School con ventlon held at the twelve Mil Christian church In Adfvma townshl] on March 31, 1895, at 2 p. m. and evening. SUBJECTS. Devotional services Preflldent fi. TV. Wllsoi How to promote the ellldeucy ol the Saubatn School Rev. A L. Wes The three representative pernons ID the Sabbath School MollleCo Little Things h. Bajles What IM the Work of the Kidney* To remove from tha blood its im purities. The products of cell wastes which have baen burned up in sustain* lug life and giving 1 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 Is poisoned. Therefore, ' 'San Jak" IB the indicated blood remedy. NerrouK PoMllty. Every person having nervous d eh 111; ty organic weakness, or falling mem ory, is entitled to sympathy of every honoBt person, and should have ex tended medical aid such as is found In ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. Her CIothii'K Ablaze. Mrs. Henry Gulnup was at work about the stove Wednesday night, when her clothing caught fire, and though she was not seriously burned, she was only saved from possibly fatal Injuries by the prompt action of her husband, who severely burned his hands putting out the blaze. Two Ltro« S«rcd. Mrs. Pbcebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she aays it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching conaump lion, tried without result everything elae, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It Is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the won derful efficacy of.thii medicine In coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keeallng'a drug store. Regu lar elze 50o and $1. rauonic Xotice. Tlpton Lodge No. 33, F. A. M. will meet In special meeting this afternoon at 1 p. m,, and 7 p. m. at Orient Lodge Hail to confer the Master Mason degree on several candidates. Banquet after the conferring of the degree. All visiting misons invited. By order of W. M. ELI GKEixsFELD£it, Secretary. r» Uncauftbt. South Bend Times: Eel river at Logansport is black with suckers and redhorse, And hundreds of them are being caught. The river Is so low that boys wade In and with stones and clubs slaughter them right and left. Even dogs are enjoying the sport and maiy Man are caught by them. VnutlaJla Lin* Kxeurdlon*. On April 2 and SO, 1895, home seeker's excursion- tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to ^various points in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stop- aver prlvilges, etc.. apply to J. C. EDGEWORTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Iteal E«tnte and Loau Ofllce. I have opened a real estate and loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up stairs, Logansport, Ind , and would reepeot fully solicit all perisons deslreus of 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 olty council, county commissioners, city or county officers. Will also attend to the adjustment of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. TOMLINSON. Kuckten'N Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for outs bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum . lever gores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup lions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfactlonjor mooey refunded. Price 25 cents per boy. For sale by B. F. Home-SceKerw' Excurnlous South and Southeast via PeuUMylvanla IilneM. Special low rate excursion tickets with twenty day limit will be sold March 5th, April 2d and SOth, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to feints In Alabamla, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or address F. Van Du- sec, Chief Assistant General Pasflen. gee Agent, Pittebuag, Pa. Nl^htl. Who, but thoee who have had the unhappy experience, can tell the horrors or appreciate the unhappy experience of persons troubled with eleep- The damnable hatred of all the demons in hell for mankind must surely be appeased by the conscious, ness of such human suffering. The .ong, dreary, uanappy hours, who can describe them and why is It necessary? [f you have ever been troubled you mow what tfcey are, and If you have jeen spared you have no Interest in the knowledge of such suffering. Mrs. A, Bateman, Komulus, 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 1 1 Nerve Vital, zer as follows: "I began taking 1> 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' • . how thankful 1 am tor having had Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Yltallzer brought.to my notice and for the benefit received from It, Stop nnd think, eighi years of sleep- eesness and cured in a day, docs it not seem like a miracle?" This medl- >lne is equally as effective in curing nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleep- easneas,. mental depressions exhausted itality, despondency and general de- illity. For sale by Ben Fiaher, Druggist. ; indtnt and Accfptcd Scortlih Bit* of Fre« S«jonrj*r Indlima, Indianapolis, March °a'.«S, 1S»5. For the above occasion the Vanda- ia line will sell on March 26th and 7th, 1895, excursion tickets from joints in Indiana to Indianapolis, Ind., rith return limit of March 29, 1895. 'or full particulars call on nearest 'andalla line ticket agent, or address W. F. B runner, Aas't Gen\Pas8enger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. An Intere»tlDS 3leetlnz of fix-Union Saldiere-A UraDtl JP.tradc-South Bend ;Selcc'cd Kor the Spxt Kn- etmipiiienc—Department Command. <T Kl<ricd-Sketch of me Xew Com- mander—Ollinr BUMlEeas Truus- The Eacampmont of tho Department of Indiana, Grand Army of the Republic at Muncie this week was a grand affair. Thousands of veterans were In attendance, going from all pans of the State. The crowning faature of the week's military display wa* the great parade Wednesday afternoon, which was the most imposing pageant ever witnessed ID Muncie. There were four thousac veterans in line. Up Walnut stree the veterans marched beneath almos one continuous arch of beautiful decor ations of flaps, banners, bunting fsatoons and pictures of mllitarj heroes, which covered the building- and Btreet car poles alouff the way Along 1 tha line of march probab'i 25,000 people witnessed the parade. A pleasing- feature of the day's csle bration was the assemblage of 2,60( school children bearing- a flag and cheering from their elevation on the court house yard, which gave them splendid view. At the business mooting of the G. A. R. Wednesday afternoon the place of holding the next encampment was decided. The contest was spirited, South Bend, Richmond and Columbus baing tbe contestants. In the ballot, South Bend won, receiving 329 of 633 votes, Richmond getting 154 votes ano Columbus 150. A protest against the appointment of Mr. Langsdale a member of the Monument regency was unanimously adopted. One of the most important matters brought before the encampment WHB the insufficiency and unfairness of the school histories regarding ihe wai. The memorial of the committee of the Indianapolis posts was offered by Com mander George W. Galin of Phil Sheridan Post. At the meeting of the Ladles of the S. A. R,, Mrs. Anna Erwin of'Logans- port was appointed a member of the committee on greeting to the G. A. R. The encampment was called to order at 9 o'clock Thursday morning. Com- mander'in-cblef Lawler, Quartermaster-General Kack, SergesnUGsneral Weeks and Commander of the Department of Illinois McDowe-11 were Introduced. A committee was selected to confer with Gooeral Carnahan on the matter of appropriating $5,000 to th« Soldiers' Home at Lafayette. E Robblns Of Indianapolis, and Phil Dickinson of Fort Wayne, candidates for delegate at-large to the National Encampment, were next ballotted for. Dickinson received 377 votes and Robbins 176. Mr. Robblns was made alternate. The main interest of the morning geislon of Thursday centered in the election for department commander. The comrades named for the position Included Henry M. Caylor, of Nobles' vllle; Judge H. B. Shlvely, of W&basb; Andrew Fife, of New Albany; Piarson D. Harris, of Shelby vllle, and Jamei S. Dodge, of Elkhart, but only Comrade* Fife, Shively and Caylor were formally placed in nomination. The first ballot resulted: Caylor, 251; Shively, 247; Fife, 63; Harris, 20 and Dodge 28. All of the candidates were withdrawn after. the first ballot with the exception of Messrs. Shirely and' Caylor. On the second ballot Com-' rade Shively was elected by a vote of 390 to 292 for Caylor. Hsrrey B Shively, of Wabash, was born in Preble county, Ohio, August 4, 1844. When seventeen he responded to the call of troops, enlist. Ing on September 11 in Company B. Fortieth, Indiana Infantry, hla- family having a few months prevloui moved from Ohio to Paw Paw townihip, Wabash county, Indiana. He served with hie regiment until be was badly wounded In the wrist at the battle of Missionary Ridge, a ball shattering the bones of the left am and hand, Inflicting a wound which yet causes him pain, and which will never heal. Woundad on November 25, 1863, he was honorably discharged April 22, 1864, on account of bit injury. In 1872 he went to Wabash and began the practice of law, being elected prosecutor for the counties of Wabash and Miami the eame year. In 1883 he was elected Representative from Wabash county In the Indiana Legislature, and in 1890 was elected judge of the Wabash Circuit Court, beginning the duties of that position October 23, 1891. A great deal ofhfs time and attention are devoted to tha work of nil post and tbe Grand Army. SEEKING REINSTATEMENT. A. dispatch from Fort Wayne to tho Indianapolis Journal says: A large number of employes of the railroads running through Fort Wayne ha* been out of employment ever sines tho A. B. U. strike and their condition has become oae of destitution almost. They have circulated a monster petition which has boen sigoed by nearly every manufacturer and business man of Fort Wayne, and have appointed a committee of citizens to present this petition to the different railway superintendents. The committee will go to Cleveland and present the petition to General Superintendent Johnson. It is rumored here that a similar procedure at E'khart, in which case the committee called on President Cald« well, of the Lake Shore, resulted In many of the men being reinstated. Mayor Oakley is chairman of the com- mitlco "For Charity Suffereth Long." Mrs. Laura C. Phoenix, nilwaukee. WIs. WILL RKFCSB LOTTER1" BUSINESS. The American Express company, since th'i passage of tha uaw aati- lotiery law, has cent circulars to its agents containing- the following instructions: You will hereafter decline to handle any lottery business from vour office, and if any 'matter of a suspicious character is offered you by parties known or suspected to be en- gaped in such busioe«.-> you will require vhetn to open tho package and disclose contents. Superintendent Bsiv:h is in Cbicdso rcbar'ny supplies for tho new Van. dalla station. John Sbafer, coaoh cleaner of the Pan Handle t-bops. b-.id \ tir.ger badly oincbed while at work Wednesday. John Bowurs of the air brake department ot tbe Pan Hindis shop BUS- t-uned two broken ribs in a fall Wednesday afternoon. Vi-.ndalia engineer Cbas. Schrier and wife were yesterday called to Vlonticello by the death of Mrs. Schrier's father, 'Squire N. C. Pettit. Tbe Vandalia management has been notified by the Graham & Morton I>p deportation Company that lake freight shipment? and passenger traffic will reopen Monday. General Superintendent Cbaa. Watts of the Pennsylvania north west system, a.nd family arrived from the South yesterday, where Mr. Watts has b'een spending a few weeks for the benefit of his health. Tbe Wabash earned in tho third week of March f 237,078, an increase over the corresponding week of 1894 of $14,851. The Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern In the third week, earned $122,452, an Increase of $2,320. Both freight and passenger business are extremely dull on the Pan Handle. There are but few freight train* run and the old yard looks almost deserted while tho South Side yard is not much better. There la but little grain moving eastward and the coal movement westward is very light even, for this time of the year. Following lathe statement of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company east of Pittsburg and Erie for February, [$95, as compared with tbe same month last year, which shows an in- reassin gross earnings of $417,814.. 74; an Increase in expenses of (394,. 133.35, and an increase in net earn. Ings of $23,181.39.; Superintendent Walton hag Issued an order prohibiting brakemen and hotel unnsrs to solicit customers an the station platform, also to prevent them from loafing in or arouud the waiting rooms of the stations. The order was deemed necessary for tbe convenience of -the traveling public, to whom brakemen and hotel runners became quite an annoyance. / a Benevolent and knowing the pood Dr. Miles' Nervine has) done mo, my n-islj to help others, overcomes my dlsllko for tho j>aMtV::y, this letter rany give mo. In Nov. :-.::is :.vo., 1£H J7»e inmates Itad tho "I.aGrippc," and I wasono Of tho first. Resuming dnty too soon, iriLh the care of so many sick, I did not re;sila my health, and iu a month Xbccantf. no debilitated- and ncrixw* from sloeplossnoss :ujd tho drafts mado oil my vitality, that it was a question if I coulfl KO ou. A dear frlouii advised ruo to try Or. JHilcs' Stcxtoratir* Xervine, I took 2 bonier anil :im happy to say, I am in better health than over. I still cootinu* Itn ofcasiatial tt.te., «w a nerve- fooil, as my work is vury trj-ing. A letter »d- drcsscd u> Milwaukee, Wis., will roach mo." June 0, IS!)-!. Miss. LADKA C. Pnocxix. U-. yiilos' Nervino is sold on ,1 positive puaranx-c tliritthoflrstbotUo will benefit. All druggists soil it, at 81,6 bottles forjj, or Jt will l>osent, prepaid, on receipt of prlca bytfloPr. iiilcs Slodlcal Co.. Elkhart, latt. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health B. E. Morris, ro.sd foreman of en«. gines, will in all probability be appointed trainmaster of the Louisville division ot the Pennsylvania In addl tlon to his other duties The Pennsylvania is reducing expenses and It is thought that a beginning will be made here on the J. M. & I., considering tho fact that an appointment hai not previously been made. Electric trolley line projects are becoming exceedingly numerous in Indl» ana, the two latest being a line from Laporte to Michigan City and one from Valparaiso to Chicago. The projectors of the latter line contemplate hauling 1 passengers for 40 cents for the round tiip, ihe total distance being 88 milea or for a ilule less than half a cent a mile, There are already three steam railways between the two points. Old People. Old peoplo who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bit. ters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowela, adding strength and giving tone to tha organs, thereby aiding nature In the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it jusi exactly what they need. Price 50. ceo is per bottle at B. F. Keeeling 1 * drug store. Vandilia bine I/iw Kate V April «*. and itOth, 1HO5. On April 2d and SOth, 1895, thr Vandalla line will sell excursion tick ete to points in the^South and Southeast at ONE FAKE RODKD TKIP. In addition to the above, round 'trip tickets will be sold to points in Arkansas and Texas on April 2d, at rate of one fare plus $2. Liberal limits an* atop-over privileges allowed. For full particular* call on or address any Vandalia line ticket agent, or W. E. B runner, Assistant General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Jaw Bone Kc A part of the upper j;iw bone Of Harry Hollerung, a slx-yeai-old boj living at the corner of Smeadaud 17th streets, was removed Wednesday by Dr. Herrmann, assisted by Dr. DelielL "Play" for some women—hard work for others. Perhaps, for most women, more or less of both. Fix it to r-uit yourself. More play and less work—that's when you wash and clean \vith Pearl' More v.-ork and less play—that's when vou wash .vith soap in the old back-breaking way. Better work, Loo, with Pear line. Little or none of the bbing that wean; 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 Pcarline known by millions of women. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " thii is as good as" or "the same si Pcarline." IT'S FAJLSE*- Pcarline is never peddled.and if your grocer sends, you tum» thing in place of Pearline. do the honest thing— satd it biuk. 305 J *MES P YLE, New Voifc.

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