Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 2, 1895 · Page 3
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Its Unreasonable to ask something for nothing, but when you buy of us you are positively getting twice your moneys worth. no shoddy goods either* We have Samples are Moneu-Savers! Our stock is not confined to shoes. We also have a beautiful line of * x.— E Ci!V«t. 1 ': _ 1 -"-"V^' *-w^ .v rf * __ PKOSt'ECTIVE RALLUOAD COXSTRCCTIOX Tae Railway Age sajs: The year 1894 reached the lowest notch in respect to railway construction for the la«t twenty years, the track laid {all. ing a little ucd ; r two thousand miles; but tbe upward movement now seems to bave been begun a^d it already j Where Is He Going-? 'Gentle reader, he is hurrying- home. And it's house-cleaning time, too—think of that Fifteen years ago,-he wouldn't have done it. Just at this time, he'd be " taking to the woods. But now, things are different. His house is cleaned with Pearline. That makes housecleaning easy. Easy for those who do it-^qasy for those who have it done. No hard work, no wear and tear, no turmoil 98c Men's liico as a rock, for them. or conferee, solid $2 aint to much $1,23 Ladies' fine kid slices stylish toes and made to sell for $2.00. J8c Children's Ror- kid spring heels and fine finish would bo cheap «,f 75c $2,98 Men's patent leathor, ball, or Bonureas. Ra/.or, Yal^i orPlain toos.Othersask |0 98c Misses' white kid matiori slippers, price £2 73C Ladies' usk $1.5 kid 9 for slippers 'era. others JAMPLE MiOE 1322. fo! appears probable tbat 1895 will ehovr anc j con f us j ori) no time wasted, no tired women, i 6ong!d*r fc bly larger total., Old en-j nohomelessmen _ H. E. TRUAX, M. D. l attention given to Nose, Lung, Liver Chronic Diseases. Offlce and Residence over State National Bank, Hours 10 to 12 . m,, 2 to 4 p. m., and 7 toft p.m. All calls promptly attended. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sale, Wanted Lot* and Acres For 3iile. Wanted Small Farran For Siue. Wanted Busmen Blooks For Sale. Wanted to Exctianse (farms lor City Property. Wanted Merchandise to Trridejtor Farms. DDftE33 M. M. GO1IUON. SprF Block , Indiana. IH It Fitel Did you ever stop and think bow our lives are affected by some seemingly trilling circumstance? It le amuslosr to thiak what might h ive occurred but for some more or lees trifling circumstance. II tbe nose of Cleopatra had been shorter the whole JDDGE McCONNEhL RETIRES. KROE'JER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Enitjalmers, O13 Broadway. Multiply Your Wealth! tlironsh roiullns our PIj.-VX OK SUncF,s.SKin> MPKCIT- L1TION r.V ISiVKSTMKST SK- GVKITXKS Onr Jllustra'.wl PampliVts itml Dully .Market Lotwr mallivl fron 0:1 iipptli'Mtion, ruvcal til Secret of Quli-kly AccuniLitlns fir.iliis fruin open 1 tlons In Wull atratt. Jj»r|to r^oflM Jltivp lloxvarrtutl Oil face of the earth would Stocks Bonds, (iraln, Provisions and Oottoi bonitht and sold tor ca.-li or on a iniir^-lii of 3 to per cont. COMMISSION, MG PKR CKNT. Writs us and Leiirn. Hlanesit Roforence. E»C(ibllKb«(l 1SSS. IncorpOfiitcU 1S02. Consolidated Stock and Pro duee Company. I 0 Jiuw, 52 Broad St NEW YOBK Tunnel! No Dirt No Smoke! On unil after April 1st, 1S95, all throiwU train., of the BIG FODR RODTE! Will arrive a»d deport from ST, LOUIS VU THE NEW MERCHANTS' BRIGE and ELEVATED RAILWAY A Dayllobt Ride into St. Louts! Ho Smoky and Dirty Tunnel! A Beautiful Ride of Four Miles Along ttie River Front! All Trains Inter NEW TJNJOX STATION. X. O. UcCormlck. D. B. Martli. FaineitKer Traffic Manager, Gen. Pas. * Tie. igt DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING. A^RIL 2. Ko«l K«t»te and Loan OIHe«. I have opened a real estate and loan office at No. 400 Broadway, up italre, Logansport, Ind., and would retpect fully lollolt all peraon* desircus of purobatlng or selUng real estate, or borrowing or loaning money, to give me a call. Will also attend to any buslnesi en. with ine before olty council, oommlisioners, olty or county officers. Will also at tend to the adjustment of account*, settlements, etc. D. W. TOMLINSON. A »»• of Depends largely on the health of hit wlfo. She ihould maintain her health and promptly correct any weakneaa by . uiiiff ZoaJPhora. Sold by B. F. Kee»- Uaf Ud Coulton A Co> . . • have been different. It IB said that a glass of wine too much changed tbe course of French history; many poraoas who have oarelesaly picked, up a scrap of literature on Dr. »Vne8ler'e Nerve Vl« talizer hive been cured of what they considered an incurable disease by Its use. C. S. Chambers, Atlanta, 111., was a sufferer from nervous prostration. A friend, who bad knowledge of Dr. Wneeier'a Nerve Vitalizer. gave him a small sample. Its use stirred up now hope in his mind; ho used two full sized bottles and was cured— fate directed this wonderful modi- cine to his notice. Your fate may bo urging your alientlon 10 iha Dame remedy, if you arc troubled wlih nervous prostration, spasms, flts, sleep- Ie"sces3, mental depression, exhausted vitality, cl09pondoncy and general debility. For salo by Bun Fisher, tbe of Store Room. Ash & Hadley, the well-known furniture dealers, have recently greatly improved their sales rooms OJ Market street, from both the standpoint of utility and appearance by interior rearrangement and additions Including increased show window display space, electric lighting, etc., making their establishment one of the moft complete in the State. Taey have also added very greatly to their already large stock of furnl^ ture, and are showing an immense assortment of beautiful sideboards, delicately upholstered parlor furniture, rockers, secretaries, parlor and dining- room tablet), and a Urge line of bod room sets of all grades and at prices to suit everybody. The long experi . enoe 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 goods before purchasing elsewhere. KnlghU of the M»ccibte». The State Commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb , aa follows: "After trying other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough In our two children we tried Dr. King's, New Discovery and at the end of two days the cough entirely left them. We ill not be without it hereafter, as> our experience proves that It cures where all other remedies fail."— Signed F. W. Stevens. State Com. Why not give this great medicine a trial, aa It la guaranteed and trial bottles are free atB.F. Keasllng's drug store. Regular size 50c and f 1. The New Judge T«Kr» HU Seat on (lie Bench and an Able nan Steps Down. "Retolved, That the thanks of this bar be extended to Hon. Dyer B. MoConnell, retlrlig judge of this court, for his uniform kindness to the bar during the lime be hae occupied the bench. "Resolved, That we fully appreciate the ability he has shown in tbe discharge ol his judicial duties. "Resolved, In his retirement to the practice of law we welcome him ns an honorable member of the profession." Tbe above resolutions were read In open court yesterday by M. Winfleld, and on root'on were placed on the records ot the court. The resolutions are ut once an acknowledgement of vho worth of the retiring Judga, of thanks due bim for his past treatment of the members of the bar, and a welcome into the ranks of the practitioners. Tnere is no ahadow of doubt that Dyer B. MoConnell hae most ably rilled the responsible position of Judge of tbe Cass circuit court and hie conduct during his term of service will stand worthy of the encul&lion of his youthful successor. The April term of court convened yesterday morning. Judge McConnell made a short address in which he thanked the members of the bar for the kindness shown him during his occupancy of the bench, and asked that like treatment be accorded the incoming Judge, M. B. Lalry, whom ho Introduced. The latter made a few appropriate remarks In taking bis place asking the co operation of the attorneys In the work of the court. Judge Lairy Is the youngest man who ever occupied the Cass circuit bench. Won» Make tkc Best Te*chtn, When they are well, but being on their feet and going up and down stairs cause derangements, which undermine strength, patience and tact. Zoa-Phora cures all such derangements. Sold by B. F. Keesling and 'oulson & Co. Bad XCTVB far the SherlT. Sheriff Horn burg yesterday received newi of an accident in which his half brother. George Grlsley, and family of Howard oounty, were badly nurt, Mrs. Grisley having an arm broken, and a child being painfully bruised. Beautiful new millinery at Mrs. W. J. Potter's, 117 Broadway. How'M Thin! We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward lor an j case ol Catarrh that cann»t b« cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. F. J, CHENEY * CO., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cnerier for the last 15 years; and b«lleve htm perfectly honorable I" all bualneu transaction* and financially able* to carry tut any obligation madebr their firm, •W«sr i TBDAX, Wholesale Draz«lst«, Toledo. 0, WAI.DIKO. IISNAN 4 Hum*, Wholesale Drag- glit. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cm IB taken mteraally, acting directly up»n the blood and mucous surfaces ol thenyrtem. Price 7Sc per t>ottl«. Sold by nil druggists. Testimonial! Iree. Sunday Bchaol Orginlxed. A Sunday school waa organized Sunday at the Ebenezar Lutheran Evangelical church In Clinton town ship. Tbe following officers were ohosec: Calvin Hoffman, superintendent; Barmo* Homburg, assistant; Miss Maggie Grey, secretary, Miss Erne Saylors, assistant; Asa Shldeler, treasurer; Miss Minnie Dodds, organist In spite of the bad weather a good attendance was reported. Bncltlen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup, tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re. funded. • Price 25 cents per bor. For sale by B. F. Keesling. PalafulJjr Boned. John W. Markley of the Vendome restaurant, lit a gas fire Sunday, thtowing a lighted paper into a stove in which gas had accumulated. The usual explosion followed, and Mr. Markley's hands were very- painfully burned.. -./ . :,••.•.••. • •.• " ,.-.••••.• •;:.:.,•:•• :•• 'A- terprUes of tocm&t years, which have shown DO recent signs tf life, and Innumerable corporations, of which no deflnltfl information was obtained, bave been excluded, and yet the list shows 373 'lines, representing a total of 20 587 mi!e>>, on which construction has either begun or appears to be proposed for the near future. In Indiana there are eight companies, which propose to build 565 miles, How much of this projected mileage will be built this year or in tbe ne.x few years it is. of course, impossible EOJV to eay. But of the roads named our records show that 101. wUh a tota proposed length of 2,938 miles, were either wholly or partly graded 01 under contract at the commancemen ol the year, and it sesms reasonable lo suppcso that, with the addition o other Hoes, something- like tbe mileag< of nev? track may be added during 1895. with a possibility of much more if gool times are restored. GKTS $5,200 JX'.MAGJCS. The Wabaah railroad company and Geo. (Jould. the Nev York millionaire have agreed to pay Mrs. George Jpne the sum o/$5.200 for the daath of he: husband. Jones was killed at Roann on Oct 21 by a Wabaah special carry Ing Gould and h's pirty westward The train was running very rapidly and aa alight rain was falling Jones had the side curtains of his carriage 'up and did not see nor hear tho train which struck the carriage, killing him and both horses, Gaorge Gould, who was on his hunting trip weat, got off and made careful inquiry regarding Jones' /amiJy. A damage suit was brought for $10,000 and the Wabasb company offered to compromise for $3 600 and $5,200. Tnus the matter stood until Mr. Gouid was advised o the suit and promptly offered to makt up the difference between $3.600 ant $5,200. The agreement was made lae night and tbe entire $5,200 will be paid this month. A E. Hathaway, a Pin Handle brakeman had his left hand b.idlj pinched yesterday afternoon while coupling cars in the yard. Henry Moore haa been appointed foreman of tho laboring (rang at the Pan Handle car shops vice Robi. Keever resigned. Wm. Henry of tbe Pan Handle car shops is off duty on account of injur ies sustained while at work several days ago. ^ Don't Tobacco Spit Or Smoke Your LICo Away, is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guar, anteed tobacco habit cure that braces up nicotined nerves, eliminates the nicotine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physical or financial rick, as Xo-To-Bac is sold by B. F. Keesling under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chi cago. Bilious Collt. Paraona who are subject to- attacks of bilious colic will be pleased to know that prompt relief may be had by taking Chamberlaln'a Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It acts quickly and can always be depended upon. In many cases the attack may be pro- vented by taking this remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. Rev. Geo. W. Prislean Pastor M. E. Church. Xenla, O., Recommends Veno's medicines to Sick People—Many of His Congregation Cured—Cripples Lay Down Their Canes and Walk.—The Weak, KerYous, and Dyspeptic Bejeice and Sing Praises lor Veno. The B»v. Prislean writes December 23th, 1894, I take pleasure and bellere It my duty to add my Wftlmony to that of otter ministers concerning Veno'8 medicines I know Mrs, Elizabeth K'rlt. Jlr. Samuel Priclos and Mr. N&L Williams. They are members ol the A- M. E. Church, Xenla, of wtileh I an putor .During tbe stay of Dr. Veno In Xenla. thej were treated by him for rheumatism of many years' ttandlnir, and after the ttrst treatment by t>no'« Electric Finia, tbey threw away their canes and cratches, and are now on the way to recovery. TEXO'S CUBiTlTE 8TBDP (50c a bottle), made rtn tne famous Llandrtndod Mineral Water, Is tHe inickest cure Is the world for nervoosneis. dyspepsia liver, kidney, blood and stomach dliorders, bad apwttte, sleeplessness, and when u<*d with TEXO'S ELECTRIC FLUID (50c a bottle), will core the worst and most desperate^fomu ol rheumatism, sciatica, Inmbago, paralysis, stiff lolnts, nenralgla and all aches and pains. VESO'S WHO TOXIC (50e » bottle), • qnlek and permanent core for uirrat and lone trooblej asthma, bronchitis, hoaneness, and conclu and colds.' :.:.• . •„..•,.. Sod by. Johnston. KeetUnc and B«& Filter, • ' and tattnnceed to care or.mooey re- Everything's done smoothly, quickly, quietly, and easily. Try it and see. CJJ/a^.,4 Peddlers and so:r.e unscrupulous grocers ml] icil you " this is as good . <li . OC11L1 or " the same ns Pi-arlinc." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled", •j. T"\ J rind if vnur <r roL'cr sends YOU somethinir in place ol" l^carlinc. dv> the 1C JDaCiC hvnc*l ihiw'—ttnJ ft Alt*.' 331 JAMES PYI.K. N.r»-Vork. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It will pay you to be particular as to wbo$e seeds you bay. We are now in the market with a full liue of Laudreth's seeds for the season of 1805, and [ wish to say to the L'urdpners and others using seeds, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then soiue others they are always fresli, clean and true to name, and as we hamlle no other seeds except those growu by Landrecn & Sous of Philadelphia, our customers may rely on celling nothing but the very best. I believe that the cost of the seeds is nothing compared to tlio crop, and when a person has the trouble to put out a garden, he should ust 1 nothing but the very best, We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a single complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever uariieular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Loprausport as well as many from a distance. Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and (i-Md seeds. Remember that th« firm of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years m occupation of seed growing, the George Harrison. 617, 623 Broadway. O'COXHOR Ol> He ilirt Xoiorlnly Wkiirti .-x 10 Uiiuker After. Tne following from the Kentland Democrat lelld of the recent move merits of Wm. O'Connor, who attempted (suicide by hanging la the Caes county jiiUn few weeks ago. "Wm O'Connor, the would-be lunatic, suicide, professor, and lecturer, of Elkhart county, who dropped Into our cUy lost week and was tbe guest of Marshal Kheudy during most of his stay hero went from here to VKateeka. Ill , where the marshal, also gave him a "room" in jail. There he claimed, "he had been confined in the asylum at Kankakee 150 million years and would now give 150 million dollars for his release. 1 ' It is thought he will be taken to ibs Kankakoe asylum." A CIllld'M Ltf« NnV.Ml CHICAGO Jtwcrios. 0., Oct. 2, ism. Bayer Medicine Co,, Toledo, "Ohio: Gantlemen—This is to certify that I have used Dr. Bayer's Cough Syrup on my child five years old In an exiremely severe case of croup. At 1 o'clock last night we were afraid of losing the child, aa he could not get breath. One- half teagpoonful of your syrup and an application of your Penetrating Oil on his neck and chest cured him. In ten minutes he was entirely well, and fell sound asleep. P. B. SNOW. B. & O. R. R Depot Master. For sale at John M. Johnston's drug store, 25s and 50c per bottle. It Mir Du u Hmch ftr You. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years, with severe piina ID his back and also that his Dladder was affected. Ha tried many so-called Kidney curee but without any good result. About a year ago be aegsn use of Electric Bittere and found relief at once. Electric Bitters la especially adapted to cure of all kid. rey and liver troubles and often glvea almost -Instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50c 'or large bottle. A; B. F. Eeesllng's drug store. and Skin Ointment Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt- Bheum, Scald Head. Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Bums, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eye L&k Tor sale by druggists at 25 cents .pec box. TO HOBwToWUDSM. For potting a bone in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cad/a Condition Powder* They tone np the system, aid digestion, con oes of appetite, relieve constipation, correct Sidney disorders and destroy worms, ginnf oew life to an old or over-worked hone. 2c Jents per package. For sale by droggute Sew Bath Soomrn. I am prepared to give baths of all description, salt, sulphur, etc.. either lot or cold, at my barber shop, 50* 2th street Rooms have been cleaned and In Srst-clasa order. J. C. HATWOBTH. • A COM Settle*. The case of George F. . Kreltleln rs Ernest Stoll et al, ho been fettled by payment of $1,650 by the defendant*. A Thaokfal Old Holilter BKLUIOUK. O,, A UK. 23, IHH Bayer Sleilielce Co., Toledo, Ohio: I was a mernder of General Gibson's regiment (49th O. V. I.) and have been a constant sufferer from rheumatism since the close of the war. I have spent hundreds of dollars in doctors 1 fees'and medicine, but have suffered until Mr Robinson, Mayor of the town, culled my attention to your Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil. A 20 minute application of it has freed me from my terriblo suffering and I feel like a now man. It haa not appeared again. I ihank you, next to God, for my cure. Yours truly. W E. MJLLDOUSE. Attested: JAS. ROBINSON. Justice of the Peace. For sale at John M. Johnston's drug 1 store at 25c and 50c per bottle. Wo take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because it is praised by all who try it," eaye J. W. Cox & Son, druggists, Marshfield, Oregon. No one afflicted with ft throat or lung trouble can use this remedy without praising it. It always gives prompt relief. It is especially valuable for colds as it relieves the lunge, makes breathing easier and aids expectoration. A cold wil. T never re. suit in pneumonia when this remedy IB taken and reasonable care exercised. For sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. Did yon ever see one of the famous waterproof Interlined Collars or Cuffs? It's very easy to tell, for.they arc all marked this way They arc the only Interlined Collars and Caffs, and arc made of linen, covered witii waterproof "CELLUI-OlD." They'll stand right by you day in and day out. aud they are all marked tliis way TRADC The Srst cost is the only cost, for they keep clean a long time, and when soiled you can clean them in a minute by simply wipine off with a wet doth —that is the kifld marked this way _ ELWUJIO These collars and cufis will ontlair six linen ones. The wearer cscapcf laundry trials and laundry bills—no chafed neck and no wilting down if you gcj a collar marked this way Ask yonr -dealer finrt, and take nothing that has-not above trade; mark, if • yon desire perfect satisfaction. All others arc imitations absolutely. If you can't iind collars or cu£G) marked this way, wa -will send you a sample, postpaid oa receipt of .price. Collars, 25 cts. each. Cufis 50 cts. pair. Give your «izc and gay whether standup or turned-down collar is -wanted. THE CELLULOID COMPANY.

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