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March 31, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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STunreasonable to ask som^ng for nothing, but when you buy SftrtFLESHQES ~--MM-»«II *J.J -m-* "—•"*•* MAKES PURE BLOOD. We have us you are positively getting twice your moneys worth. no shoddy goods either. Savers! Sa. c M,no,'»nll™<l ,<..!.»». W. .!» <•?••' """S"' "™ °' Men's la<*e as a rock, for.thein. r.r congres, $2 Hint to much 1.23 LHdieH' fine kid shoes sty lish too* und made to sell for $3.fiO. „ <.8c Children's fio<< MA heels aod line finish would be cI) flip fit ~~' c Men's patent leather, ball or oonerens. K«zor. Ya 1 ; orPlain tous.Otiiersaskjb t 98C Misses 1 white kid iimtion slippers. price $2 conflrui .Regular Ladies' kid slippers ask $1.00 for 'em. others iAMPLE M-IOE |322 U Iff H. E. TRCAX, M- D- Special attention ftlven to None, Lang, Liwr «nd Chronic Dl»e<we». Offl« and .Reoldenc* orer State National Ban*. Boor, 10 to W .m., 2 to*I p.m., and 7 to 8 p.m. HI tails promptly attended, inted, Cheap Cottag«s For Sale. I Wnnted Low an1 Acres » or 3»le. Wanted SmiUlKatHW For aale. Wanwd Biwluwn Blocks For Sale. Wanted to Exchange Karma for City V chandise to Tr<.de;tor Fsrn, 6 KROEGEK & STRAL>. Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway' _ OR F. M. BOZBH'S DENTAL PARLORS 0<rer9tata National Bank, Logansport, Ind. No Tunnel! No Dirt! No Smoke! Onamlattor April 1st. 1805, all through trains ol ttio BIG FOUR RODTE! Will arrive a»<l depart from ST, LOUIS VIA THE NEW MERCHANTS 1 BRIGti and ELEVATED RAILWAY- A DayllaW Ride Into St. Louis! No Smoky and Dirty Tunnel! A Beautiful Ride or Four Miles Alono me River Front! All Trains Inter NEW UNION STATION. JB. 0. McCormlck. ^aMeiiKer Tralllo Manager, D. B. Martli, Gen. Pas, ATlc. Agt SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 31, U It Futel Did you ever stop and think how our lives are affected by eoooe seemingly trilling circumstance? It 1" amusloeto think what might h *ve occurred but for some more or less trifling circumstance. If ".e nose of Cleopatra had been shorter the whole face o> the earth would have been different. It is said that a glass of wlae too much changed the courde of French history; mauy persons who have carelessly picked up a scrap of literature on Dr. tfheeler'e Nerve VI- tallzer have been cured of what they , t .3'.dered an incurable disease by its ,1.1 C. S. Chambers, Atlanta, 111, „ o u sufferer from nervou* prostration. A friend, who bad knowledge of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer. gave bioi » small sample. Its use stirred up now hope in his uilnd; he used two full sized bottles , and was cured— fate directed this wonderful medicine to his notice. Your fate may be urging your attention to the same remed'y, if you are troubled wi.h nervous prostration, spasms, flts, eleep. lessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, deapondeooy and general lebillty. For sale by Btn Fieher, the Druggist. _ Improvement of Store Boom. Ash & Hadley, the woll-known fur- allure dealers have recently greatly to proved their salaa rooms oo Market treet, from both ihe standpoint of utility and appearance by interior re- irran^oment and additions Including noreased show window display space, electric lighting, etc., making their establishment one of the mo»t complete in the State. They have also added very greatly to tbelr already lar^e stock of furni • ture, and are showing an Immense assortment of baautiful sideboards, del- Icately upholstered parlor furniture, rockers, secretaries, parlor and dining- room tables, and a Urge line of bed room seta of all grades and at prices to suit everybody. The long experience of this firm here has enabled them.to know the wants of the trade and they respectfully invite the public to call and examine their (foods before purchasing elsewhere. «pnl E»t»te and Loan Offlc*. t uttve opened a real estate and loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up stairs, Logannport, Ind., and would respect lully solicit all pereonw desirous of purchasing or selliog real estate, or borrowing or loaning money, to give me a call. Will also attend to any business en. trusted with me before city council, county commissioners, city or county officer*. Will also attend to the adjustment of accounts, settlements, etc. D. W. TOMLINSON. For Bent—Two sleeping rooms, .quire at this office. Ben Fisher, the druggist, will save you money on paints. Garden and flower seeds at Kreis Mfg. Co.. 414 Broadway Thl* week will be special sale on 'novelty suits at the Trade falaoe. If jou want first cla*§ paper hang, ing, the Logan»port Wall Paper Co. la the place. Fancy lawn grass seed, fertilizers for lawns and plants—Kreis' Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway, Ben Fisher, the druggist, has the agency for Munyon's remed les. A full line always on hand. Slate KepHnger will hang paper at 15 cents a double roll. Give him a «all overLelnenoman's tailor shop, 504 Broadway. Be war* AS mercury will surely destroy the sense ot xmel and completely derange the whole vstem when entering It ttuooghtte mucous surfaces. Such aittele* should nsrer be us-d except on prescrlp ^Mons from reputable physicians, as the daraag ,^K, win do Is ten fold to (ha good you can poss ^RTdwlv« from them. Hair* Catarrh Core man nlactured by if J. Cheney * Co.. ToWo. 0 con > metcory. and Is taken Internally, aetlni upoa the Wood und mucous «urt»o«g o n Inbujia* Hall's Catarrh Cure be •ulne. I» taken Internally [o, Ohio, b 1 J. Cheney *- Co TMtlmfraWA fre*. . . fcV «»*i* •jpj-Sold by drngjisto, prt ci c. pwooni* T, P. A. I»»le«"te* Blecled. At a meeting of Post F, T. P. A. held last night the following delegates were elected to represent the Post at the State convention of the T. P. A. which convenes in Indianapolis on May 4tb. Delegates—T P Van Horn, John Wlloox, George Cueter, J M Stukey, Jos Reltemler. WV Fisher/George Washburn. H J Clemens, H C'Willey, George Barren, W M Stewart, Bert Rose, John Alber, T H Quigley, C M Taylor. Alternates—T S Kerns E F Keller, J M Ternon, H F Trick, J T Elliott, Chaa Shaffer, Ed Leonard, M E Frank lln, B F Barnett. R J Geary, G H Foster, Jos Taylor, C E Wagner. Jos Ireia. Vanilftlla Line £xenr*lon«. On April 2 and 80, 1895, home »eeker's excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to vnrlous points In the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover prlvilgea, etc., apply to J. C. EDGEWOKTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Odrt Fellows of Twelve Mile, The following officers have been chosen by the new lodge of Odd Felloe recently instituted at Twelve mile: N G—J M Barr. V G—J H Wbeatley. Treasurer—R R Kercdner, Recording Secretary—J L Hoover. Cor Secretary -J O Winegardner. Warden—Enoch Jones. 0 Guardian—Cbas Kingory. Conductor—G W Brookwulter. 1 G—John Carson. R S N G—I W Epmao, L s N G— Frmk Wbeitley. R S V G—Wm Rogers. L S T G—Frank Davis. R S S—1 N Conrad. L, s S—James Cook. llncklen'M Arnica S»lve. Tbe best salve in tbe world for cuts bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum laver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tions, and positively cures piles, or DO pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^ money re. funded. Price 25 ceots per boJ. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. A Bright Sew.Uniform. Sousa's band, as it will next' appear at its evening concert here, will be a picture to the eye. While its new uniform is conceived in the utmost taste, it is at the same time strUlng in color, and stylish and effective In decoration. The cloth consists of a light tan color In sha^e, with collars, cuffs and braid of bright blue, edged with gold, and broad gold pantaloon stripes with a narrow atrip of blue in the center. Mr. Sousa himself will be arrayed In a rich-uniform of jet black broadcloth, with appropriate trimmings The new equipment of the band will be as much a delight to the eye as will its music to the ear. At the opera house Tuesday evening April 9. The Verdict of me Medical Faculty of ihe Hnriclcal Hotel. That Pe-ru-na makes pure blood is a fact beyond dispute or argument. Bat just how Pe-ru-oa make* pure blood has been recently discussed by the medical staff of .the renowned Surgical Hota. The general contusion put into common words is about as follows: That during the winter an excess o! nutrition is required by the system to keep up the temperature of the body. This causes people to eat more, espe olally of animal foods, than at other seasone. Consequently in .the spring there has accumulated in the biood more or less effete matter, which must be got rid of. This is especially true of people who have been troubled more or less during tbe winter with catarrh, colds or la grippe. Such people are sure to find themselves In the spring in need of a blood purifier and tonic Pe.ru-na purifies the blood by expelling from it the effete aocumlations of winter. It tones up the nervous system and equalizes the circulation of the blood in all parts of the body. This id the verdict ot tbe medical profession. Tbe most common symptoms are tired out feelings, nervousness, depression, debility, languor and a conttoualsenseof weariness. To such peopie a bottle of Pa-ru-na is worth Its weight in gold. ThePeru-na Drug Manufacturing Co of Columbus, Ohio, are offering free, postpaid, two medical books, one on catarrh and catarrhal diseases, the other on spring medicines and spring diseases. The books contain the very latest and moat reliable information on these important subjects. For free book on cancer address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. Ttext W«ek'« Attpucilon. Of the attraction which holds tbe boards atDolan'sall next week, the Keokuk Gate City says: It is faint praise to say that the company which made its first appear, ance before a Keokuk audience at the opera house lass night is the best popular priced attraction that has visited this city during several seasons. The opening play "Hunted Down," while dealing with Western types of character, was wholly devoid of blood and thunder features. It was admirably acted by a company led by Messrs. J. H. Huntley and Gilbert S. Bixby, who appeared to excellent advantage in the leading roles, Prominent in the support was tha support of Harry Castle, whose impersonation of Jim Blxby.was a strong feature. Joseph Gait formerly section foreman of tha Wabash at Andrew* has moved bUfamtly totbtscity. Yard-naster J. A. Larger has returned from a two weeki' trip through the-eouthern part of the State. The headquarter* of the western division of the Michigan Central will pnon be moved from Michigan City to Niles, Mich. Work on the new Vandalia passenger station la being pushed to completion. When finished it will be one of the handsomest etattoni on the line. A. Field, the Pan Handle engineer, received word yesterday that nil Vandalia tine tow Jlate Fxcnr«loo«. April 2d. and SOth, 1805. On April 2d and SOth, 1895, the Vandalia line will sell excursion tick ets 10 points in the South and Southeast at ONE FARE KOtJND TRIP. In addition to the above, round trip tickets will be sold to points in Arkan. 8 as and Texas on April 2d, at rate of one fare plus $2. Liberal limits and etop.over privileges allowed. For full particulars call on or address any Vandalia line ticket agent, or W. F. Brunner, Assistant General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. New Batli ROODIH. I am prepared to give baths of all description, salt, sulphur, etc., either hot or cold, at my barber shop, 504 i2ta street. Rooms have been cleaned and In first-class order. J. C. HAYWOKTH. nephew living at Walton was dead. Mr and Mrs. Field left for that place yesterday morning. Gang Foreman Mike Cordon has been notified that his force is expected to work ten hours a day until the locomotives that are DOW undergoing repairs under his care will be finished. The new cabooses which the Pan Handle will build at ihe Columbus shops are said to be much more convenient than those now in use. They will be several feet longer than the old cars and tbe designs for tbe interior sbo-v marked improvements. Trainmaster May and Foreman Hannon of the car sbopd who have returned from Columbus pronounce the new cars much beitor than those in use at present A dispatch from Mario i says: The contraci bs ween inn Marion City Railway Company »nd Charles L Henry of Ander-mi. i-r the u b e ol the Mariou com|jnn>V n.-«lrom "ias City to this city n»^n.-«-.i sl^ed bv both panic*. The right of way from Anden-on t-o Sun.iniivlllo has already been i-ecureo. H-.O H Ir- i&uuubt there will be IMilr . .m.:.,l'V". Curing it nujm-i-'iiir, «nd G« City. It t ud bv ->ceof ihe local com- p'aoles we ay ihnt ibc Marion line expected HI be 1 Midltoit Henry's cars by nexi full. T«o Llvsi S««d. Mrs Ptoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she bad consumption and that there was no hope for her. but two bottles Dr. King's S«w Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., Sin Franoleco, suffered from % dreadful cold, approaching consump. lion, tried without result everything else, iben bought one bottle of Dr. ting's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of wh'toh these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at B. F. Keesling's drug store. Regular elze 50c and $1. Mr*, J. P. Belt, , wife of the editor of The Graphic, tho leading local pap" of Miami county, write* "I «ro* trouble* wttfc Heart *toe«*» for Bix years, severe palpitations. »hort- ncss of breath, together with sttch ex- trome nervousness, that, at times I would wait the floor nearly all night. W« consulted the best medical tajcnt. They maUL there icamnoluXvforrne, that I had organic disease of the b«:i;-t Mr H-hich there was no remedy. I h;id road your advertlsoroent, la Tbo Graphic and nyearapo, as a last resort, tried one bottloof Dr. Mileif Xew Cure for the Heart, which convinced mo tbat tiero waa true merit In it. 1 took throe bottles each of the Heart Cure and ttcstorativo Nervine and It completely cured me. I sleep well at iiisht. my heart beats rcKularly and Ihuveno more smovberinK spells. I wish to say to all who nro suffering as I did; there's relief untold for them If they wiU only Rivo your remedies just one trial." Dr. Miles Heart Cure Is sold on Dr. Miles'Heart Cure Restores Health TUB CHCKCtlBt* Indiana Conference. All are Invited. All Invited. 'otte are to attend. s at 0 p. in. AH arc Invited VBNO Speaks to Logansport People. Hundred! of Ptopl* l» Io**ii8»ort H»« Been Cnrtd bj Teno'i BiKlclBei. He Will B«turn tMMoifjr to l»yo»« not Cored. Trie Fairest Offei Ever Made by a Doctor Sloop-Tucker. A quiet wedding without any frills occurred yesterday at noon at the office of Attorney Meek. 'Squire Eight performed the ceremony. The groom was John D. Sloop of Curveton, this county and on his arm was Miss Alice M, Tucker of Deer Creek. The happy couple will reside at Curveton. ' Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy In Electric Bit. tere. This medicine does not stimulate and contain* no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the. Btomach and bowels, adding streafirth and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature In the performance ol the functions. Electric Bittera. IB an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find It just exactly what they need. Price 50 cents per bottle at B F. Keesllng 1 * drug store. « ,» ' *IU po»ttlvely cure the "Tbe Maik Taken O1T." Pruf. George K. Morris, of the School of Theology, Boston Univer- B lty will deliver an address to men only this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. He will talk on the Social Purity theme "The Mask Taken Off." The address will be given under the auspice* of the B. K Y. M. C. A. and will be of interest 10 all men and particularly young men. A Chance to Make Money. I gaw one of your subscribers tell in your columns a low weeks ago how she made money selling dish washers. I wrote to the Iron .City Dish,. Washer Co., E.E. Pittsburg. Pa., and obtained one Of their dish washers and tried it myself first. It Is jiut lovely. You can wash and dry the dishes for a family in two minutes, without touching your hand* to a dish or putting them In hot water. I made the first day 15, and everybody wanted a dish washer just a* *oon as they saw me wash their di*he«. Since then I have made as high as $18 a day, and I believe that I can. get .enough, money to keep my brother at school this winter and have money in the bank too. An j lady or gentleman can , do a* well as I am doing, I am *ure, ae I had no ex. perience. When everybody want* to buy. ills not hard to sell. Anyone can get information by writing the above firm, and I am glad to add my experience, because I think it i« my • . * 1 _ *\_^_ii ******* tVlQ Won't Tobtcco Spit or Smoke Your Ufa Is the truthful, startling titleof a book about JJo-To-Bac, the harmless, guaranteed lobacco habit cure that brace* up nicotined nerves, eliminate* the nicotine poleon. makes weak men gain etrengtti, vigor and manhood. You run no physical or financial risk, a* No-To-Bac is sold by B. F. Keesllng under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co , New York or Cni- cago. _ Logan lodge No. -JO I. 0. O. F., instituted a lodge, of 24 member* at Twelve Mrte Wednesday evening. Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or ' Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEST JFISHBB. CHICAGO, March 7, 1894. flr* duty to other* hard time*. to help them over the YIKGIXIA • Escles stiff joints., »U r VTRiE iVTiiFlD P ECULIAR la combination, pn. J0""»*£$£»£*&"an TiSuxm^m r«- portion and preparation of ingredi- uej, and will care catarrh, cold^n th£head,head- »» J»_ C*___A«.««1lA *-U*lC««l«*^4 flTTKlt I ftCDlS 5»Ort? tU «s»_i iMaKax j-!vil<MHKf*« with 31. — yu* ww*i «***« £,«-£-— — ^-— - t» into, Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses great cnrativ* value. You ihonW ^P.Y IT. * ae» Jjuwr. wj grantee to cure or r-M-dtne mo^ey AH Appropriate GUt. The sisters of St. Joseph's hospital are in receipt of a new ambulance the K lft of Mr. Fred Selle. president of the Akron, O., wagon works. The gift is a very acceptable one and the ambulance will be used, as needed for the hospital patient*. Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of L«mon Laxative and is penitently cared of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to ttr a fif ty cent bottle. | Goo* Wishes For the Jmd«e. Carroll County Citizen: J Horace B. Btddle of Loganiport. many years ago judge of the. Cairoll county court, celebrated tbe 84th anntver-. saryofhis birth .last Sunday. His 8 tep is elastic, eyes as keen, heart aa warm and jokes as sharp as they were thirty years ago when we first met him, and that he may retain ble health and strength for many year* to come ii the sincere wish of hi* many friends D nton was .iiK TAKlMtiearln the case of Captain J. M Tern BaU, Ind.. who wa» attacked w«atu (to- i <S£ or enSestodnwlnntarf now ol urine) family was very mucb Improved by a fc lew .than a week eP SlSStSS.Se-»p««nbeltm all eujjol alterative in skin dine****- and In several caM*°* (Signed) BEN FISHER DRCGGISt

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