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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 25, 1896
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They don't - — your pocket-book and your \vash:board, One tries to keep your money—the T other wastes it. \ ou cl \ better consult your pockets& book, do your washing <fc J with Pearline, and put the wash-board out of the house. There's no room or place for it with Pearline US,,,)., nor for any of its \vcarmg-out, tiresome rubbing. You'll be doing your pocket-book a good turn, and help toward making it fatter and sleeker, if you 11 do all vour -washing and cleaning with Pearline. a» — " STATE NATIONAL BANK LOGAXSPOKT, f>'». OflPITflb • S2OO.OOO J. F. Johnson. President. S. W. Ullery. Vlco President. H. J. Hoitbclnk, Cashier. DIRECTORS, I. T. Johnson. S. W. Ullery. J. T, Elliott. W. M. Elliott. W. H. Snider. Buy and s^'l Government bonds. Loan •kocev on personal security ana collaterals is"ue Hijeclfil cortiilcates ot deposits bearlnu : per cent. Interest -when loJt one fear; 2 per cent, per annum wiien depos- ' t Bo*cs*n ) ^aJ 9 ety Deposit Vaults of this tank for the deposit of fleeda, Insurance Mllcles, mortises and'other valluables, tinted at from $3 to JX5 r^r yoar. THE Mm Is a Good: Machine. Ahlgb stanaard ot eiceneoce. Manj 'users or the "Munson" consider It THE ,BEST. You «U1 find It a valuable asslntaut In jont of. (ice. Address (or particulars THE MUNSONJYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 24O-214 W«»t IiBk'e St., Clilcuso. HI. SIX SIX. Special Train EXCURSIONS -TO- Maxinknckee Lake VIA THE VANDALIA LINE July ipth, afith, and August and", 9th, 16th, 33rd. Fare for the round trip $1.00. Train leaves Vandalla station at 0:50 a m. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-. UNDERTAKER >•• N». 417 Market Street Calls attended to promptly, day oi Central Union and Mutual telephone*. Office, No. 1«; Residence, No. 12L Of course it's imitated— anything good always is— that's endorsement, not a pleasant kind, but still endorsement. HIRES Root- beer is imitated. Xivlu onlv l)< Tin ChfirlCH R. Hllw Co., IMiiUdpIiiMa. A 5Jo. pniltttVs Q)uk«d i gntluu'. Hold o very where. L. G. PATTERSON Ha* opened a Fir* ana Accident Ineur- «nce office at «0 Broadway, up «t«lra, «nd !ouclt» a%hare of the public patronage. None but First Clan* Companies Eepre- •ented. ,...««. WANTED. •658 pages, el :Thefet an any s. :Thet an cnipest. and «itt»lls»» «het» 80 per »nt to Aget-ts and freight patd.l»" BOOKS now ceadf. Save time by sending CO cents In stamps tor unontflt at once. Address. A,D. WOBTHINGHON * CO., Harttord, Conn Geo. Harrison hn» the finest line of hammocks In the city. It Is Just'what you want; the' Smith Hose Attachment. Sold by J. M. ..BarroB, The death of Mrs. J. M. Love,.wife oC the Burnettsvllle merchant,-occurred Thursday nt noon. The funeral-will occur todny nt 10 a. m. Chamberlaln'8 Cough Remedy cures colds, croup and whooping cou&b. It Is pleasant, sure and reliable. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist DEMOCRATIC UKPUDIAXION. St. Louis Globe Dcsmocrut: "Flii:iufi:ll dishouor Is tho tlu'tswouoi'l <l:UJWi' »u\v." n-:iys McKiuley, "iiud jjood -nicu. will ob- liUM-ato aid ]):ir.ty 11 lies hi a united rf- foi't -to tiphuUl Ainoriciui houor." Tills suitiMiUMit of the situii'iii-oii is smelly 'irne. :uul Ihu iiiipoi'i'iinci! of j.c wiiinut bc> ovortaiVinnitoi.1. Xiie iiwsiion L- not simi'ly "'-le "f onliuary |H>liuos. It. involves I'OiK-iiileraiLous nt' morality, anil appwils tu tin- lii.irlH'.-?t si;mim>MU< of !i:i- liva-u naltn-e. Tin- proiiosilion •>( I'.u 11 Oi-inoei-alK: puny U u> iutroilr.i:i; a financial pulley tluit \vonlu ijieviial'ly leail u,i iKit.iunal lulaini-iy ami dissr.r:u-i-. As tin: casv: iu-.\v sitanils. tho credit yl.' our -(ivenuiK'iit t equal ID :liat of any ollioi' in [lie u'ot'lii, ln't-aiwu wo liavc always dealt hcuu'sily :mtl i)ropprly \\itli our creditors ,:iml paid tin-in wnat we mve tlit'in In MIC l'i'*t irl ' nioney. '"lit- <"'i'- r.\'M plaifonn ilfcla.ns .in effect I'.'.nit w : ' should dianu-L- l!:U ceur.-=i- aud i-esan !-' trk-Uei-.v and raseali'.y. It point- -vai t-liat by iU-bai>ui^ our c-urrciicy wo can -Min a.n iulvanhi^o .in Hie way of :u:ik- iiK:' a dislioiusl: ilollar serve Hie purpose of an lione.n o-.ie, and the people are askc-il to ''r.ndWM! this scan method of ilo'uvs bns'uic.-'.s with those \v!io have iru.sted us nn<l Mt «eenre against a.ay form of clvoatiu? OIL our [>aiT. Hut for tlioU 1 coivtkieucu in our liitet-'i'lty. we could not have borrowed nionoy 1'rom Them at any i»r:ce, and the, Democratic parry nrnv telLs us that it would bo a frootl IJiln? for ;is to betray tllilt COIlfiUlitlCO. Sucli an issue does -not relate lo the dirterenc-w ot ophvion wliicn make men ncpnbHwvns on the one-hand and Democrats on. the oiU.ov. It ROCS beyond common political interests and pertains -to the matter 'lot'.-national honor. The reputation of the country for financial straljrlvtrorwHrilncfS is'' at stake. Re- I>t!diar.ion -is declaired to l>e a jtu-rtillaWi: way of paying debt.*, at least to the es- te.nt of one-half of our obligations. lu other words, we are told that it would bo a flue .stroke of business to paj 1 only 50c where wo hav-e 'proml.wd to pay lOOc. That is what the Chicago plat- fonn means, and no Jntolllgeut clrizeu can mistmdeiistnnd it. The men who framed W iirteudecl it to say that the bonds of the (rovcnnmient should be paid in a depreciated currency. Our government has never yet resorted to that sort of thlwg, and the-people will surely refuse to d-ec-ido in favor oC such a proceeding. Wo -are able -to pay or debts dollar for dollar, and we cannot afford to pay them in any other way. Tne public credit must be uu.lntained in spite of *hic efforts oC free silverjtcs to destroy it. There 'is no argument by which any homes* man can make hini- pelf believe that the government should adopt a dishonest policy; and as the .honest men nre certainly in a majority in the United States, ttie Democratic scheme'of repudiation Is not likely to succeed. * DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications,' as they can- reach the diseased portion of the There is only one way to cure deatn«s aud that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by en Inflamed'con- dition of the mucous llnlnjg or the Eu- stachlan Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is cu- •Uroly closed deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, bearing will .be Destroyed by catarrh, which Is nothing but .aswlRflained condition of tlie mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75f. "THE AMERICAN STANDARD." Frankfort Times: ' "The American Standard" the paper published by the •Frankfort Publishing Co., and edited by ,T. B.'Oheadle, was issued yesterday for the first toe? Typographically and mechanically It to"a splendid appearing- and well printed sheet. -The paper is devoted to the cau«« of silver, Its editorials and financial articles being in Mr, Cheadle's well known .vigorous style. Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison'*. , • THE RAILROADS Sunday Excursions are Now Practically Abolished. THE INDIANA CENTRAL General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. The roads of tilt- Western Passenger Association, have taken action that will £0 far toward the. abolbh'tucnt of the Sunday excurstous that they hare for some 111,1110 bova iiUML'i'iii,'. Yesterday uu ,'it:i-ei.imeiit Kijrnw.1 by sfveral of the routls in the aAsociwl'-iwi was forwarded to tin.- oliit-e' of Chairman- Caldwull, which provides that Hit- sl^u-c-i'si will lii)tv:iCM?f -ma-lte every effort to strictly ol*orve Tlii; rule* of the ns*cjc!:i.t.iou rn- f,'ard-::ii.i; UK.-. rmu:'Uig of exclusions. Tin: a.r.TiintMit sijauod by Hie roads is to l!iu effect that jonnt. Mislead of individual artiuii may In.' mkwi by all lines In- leivsh'd iu the i-uiaiiin-j: oi' Sunday ex- (•nrsir.iis •'t'.i'.'-J i-Ouipet.H.ive - territory. This, ii is believed, will livwe'.i iHe num- I'.i'i- of i/xt-msiou* very maierial'.y, • TJIK INDIANA C13NTKAL. If tin- Indian;! Central p.-uis out any- iMivy; at a 1.1 like tin- pi-ujVctoiw claim it will, it will Hi' a" !.i.-' Hi'!li,- Wlien cnir.- lili'fed. The .Si.>!Mi)-r>c:id Tribune gives lln- line a cnlr.imi write-up in. which it is stated :l.ai 'tin- read wiUbe nun Intfl Mi.'hi-an if Kotuon Ttarlmr. ami tliat a eviJin-aiiy i* a-lready consul erin:: Hie. ct.iisiTiiMi'W of i.vau.-M'01'ts lo carry loadi'd can- from ttont'cfi Hai'luu- lo Milwaukee across Lake Jlichipui. Tlio pwpio di 1 "Boir-ton H.iJ-lp'H- !>,--, vo voted *.1.~i.OOO for Hie const rut-tlrm oi a bridge acivww che Sr. Josiriih vlvcr rad others aloiu; Hie proposed route lun'o lakcil tinaiiciial acrliui in an effort lo have flic road lunch tlu'ir -towns. The road ex- a heavy tralllc In freight from "1)orrhw.i*.t by nw way of Mihva- wmikei; audby connection* it will make with leading tmuk lint* running ens'. and west it will bo in a portion to serve, pa.f.rous fully :>* "'Cll «* to Vie o£ llcD ° Qt ,'o all towns and cltk-s on MiC mute. RAILROAD NOTES. Ohief Clerk Hoetoibeamer o£ • tbe Patiluiindle twnc-L'S i* at rittsburs ou company busmen. .T S. May, superintendent of the Kicii- mMHl'division'of. the Panhandle, was .in tho city yesterday. E. B. Taylor, general superintendent of transportation o£ the Pennsylvania •lines, 'IBIS devised a plan for storing bicycles in, bapsape care wliith. reduces the trotiWc mid jtttoiivcniiiTicxs atteud- amt upou the free traa^poi'tation of wheels to the minimum. By means of two clainps fitting to the wlwels oC the bicycle, it is swung to Hie ceiling of tho nafignge ear, and all the floqf space Is tlnus restated for logitkirate Ifflggage. Pftsscnger men report travel In. nil directions unusually llgUt ,1u*t now, but. especially -so to the west, and uortbvwst: Tmvcl to .northern points ii5 cou- flneil to Uiosc who have for- years been nccastomod to taking aw outing in that direct-ton. The occasional traveler seems to be holding off, In order to fake advantage of the cheap rates' for the G. A. H. nanual .eucanipuient; as tlte liberal time-Mrait an- the roimd- trip tlckete will aflord ample opportunity for eid« trips. The office of air-brafce inspector is a now one on. the railroads,' but U Is nevertheless an important one considering how .nivrcu, depends on the proper working of the brakes in case of emergency, as well as lui the daily use of the Westinghouse coutrlvanCQ. ,T. K. Alex- anderjjas ocea'appolnted w-itii tliis title on the Fitteburg division or die Penn- srlvjmhi railroad. He vnil be expected to confer with road foremen, car inspcn r tors and nuistei- jnoclmmcs, as well aa the senerai foromau of shops, In regard to ('are aud niatoteaanee of air-brake equipment, One of the most compound mogul f ruLgMt engines mow in use ou. the PCU.U- sylvaaia ra.llroad wHl be placed on the Paniandle la a few. (lays and given a test on Dills' part of the system. The success of the fast dairy and live stock •traJins OM the soutlwcst system, has created a desire for faster freight locomotives and ii' the mogul cng'rae gives flfiittefacHon several engines of the same type will! be ordered. The new ; style has five-foot drivers and tire steam pressure, Is. 2pO'^u;nds;, I 7.}9«/ Ije betwee-n ; Harri*tirg'aiid 'Altoona ' e ottglries'have ,'inado phenomenal record's hauling heavy freignt' trains. . ENJOYS. iTh'e: pleasant'.flaror.f e,entle;,;iictlon, • and soothing effect of Syrup of Flies, when Jn need of a laxative, and If the father or mother be costive or bilious,, the most gratifying results follow Its use; so that'll is the best family remedy known and every, family should have a. bottle. .-.',',...-....' Bound trip rate to St. Joseph, $2; to Lake Maxtnkuckee, ?1.' Train leave* Vandalla station every Sunday at 1 a. m. .'., • •.••-.-• .'...••,: • Subscribe for Tli'e Tournah Cut Prices on Hats, 1=2 Off. The p'ace to buy your Hats-Your Second Straw Hat. You known what you paid your Hatter for number one. OTTO KRAUS promises to Save You 50 Per Cent on Number 2. You know what you paid for your first Hat, 60 per cent less Means One Half Less. Maybe you think he don*!; keep the style and quality you may use your old hat as a sample, and judge for yourself. Same rule on Tan Shoes-Regular Shoes at Bankrupt Prices. OTTO KRAUS "Of Course" SU.VI-;R ix INDIA. Hfehou Thoburn, wlio ha.s had many vrtirs of missionary service iu ludin, i-lius speaks of f'.ie ri-su!vs o:' free silver in that L-ouniry: "They have thu silver baisis iu Jiave had i-t for centuries, and it lia.s a fair n-ial. IV would t-ulu this country awl Uaiikmpt everybody. The foiiisda- tiu-.i of liusiucss Is siabiliiy. anil wi-rh a it. in Calcutta ^ can buy this suit or viol-bos for forty dollars today, and perhaps twciviy dol'.-nrs tomorrow, and next day-it will lie lll'fy iK-llars. You can nuter tcLl from the nu;nl'or of dollars yon own how much you are worth. The country is at Hie mercy of rlie money cluinfrers a.nd speculator,-. The Mca of £oi.i].s io n silver st-nuilard from u .sold one is too ridiculous for s coiisldoi-atifin. I have seen this in India." Drawings of All Kinds Made by_ Mrs. Rhodie Noah, o< this placf, taken in the oi^ht with cvarapins pains and the next day d'larehoea set in. She took half a bottle o£ blac-kben'y cordial but got no relief. She then' scut to me to see If I had anything that wouM help her. I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aud the first dose relieved her. Another of our neighbors had been sick for'about a,week aud had tried different remedies for diarrhoea but Sept getting worse. I sent him this same remedy. Only four doses of it were required to cure him. Ho says be owes, his recovery to this wonderful remedy. -Mrs. Mary Slbley, Sidney, Mich. For sale by B. F. Keeslln;, druggist. ' MEXICO AND SILVER. It is an old story of how President Disc/, brought Mexico to the silver stand•MA. At the present time this country Is in tho midst of a. stiver craze; and while every sound money politician cites Mox-lto as~~ain example, no one .makes it stroupr enough. 1C gold were Tho standaird to that country at the present time, alon? witlr the rule of President Diaz, without a doubt it would be one of the greatest countries' Jr. the workl. SHver alone has' kept it down; n<nd If flic Untfed States expect? to remain the nation H is at present and has been for years, It wants to let silver .alone, or it will only be a short time until it will lose Its proud standing. . WOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. W. H, CraJp, the popular representative of Dr. F. A. Wood's SarsapariUa advertising company, was in the city yesterday, advertising the remedy. His unique plain' is to sell, the medicluo at- Hie begioning at the very low price oC 35c 'a bottle, although .the regular price has been $1. After the distribution 1u the <jlity, tho .medicine will be placed -on sale at .Tohust«ii'« 'drug store. It is a reliable remedy, worthy of patronage. PROSPECTS BR-IGHTEX. Miijj-or Tdggart and the menibciis of the Board of Public works of Indianapolis, djrove over the proposed right-of- way of the proposed I. L. & C. railroad one day recently, and it is stated by an Indianapolis paper that the prospects for speedy action on the question of the granrtag of a route into the Union station are mwh brighter than at any time. since the quest began. GIRLS AND WOMEN' FOR CLERKS. "I don't want any hi my ofiiee; can't depend on tliem; they are always giving out when most needed," says a business man. Zoa-Pliora (Woman's Friend) •cures sick and Nervous Headache and Periodic Troubles,, making, woman strong and retoble. Sold by B. F. Kees- linp and Ben FBsher. There may be such a thing as scutj- metit, but Otto .says none should exist 'in business. Buy where 3:011 can buy cheapest: take note of extraordinary ta- duceuveuw in tan shoes and straw hats tor today. . -Miss Grace Thomas of Garrett, returned to 'her home today, after a visit with Miss Elsie Miller. BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport Natural and Artificial Gas Bills due the Firs of each month, ten day's grace. All bills payable at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street. Special—Low rates on heaters during the months of May, JuneJJuly, August and;September. CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. On, August 4, IS, September 1, 15, 29, October C and 20, 1SOO, The North- Western Line (Chicago & North-Western R'r) *viM sel1 Home ScoKcrs ' excor - slott tickets at very low rates to a large number of points In the west aind northwest. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. Knlskeru, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 111. HALF RATES TO OMAHA. Via the North-Western Line (Chicago & North-Western E'y) August 15, 1C and 17, 1S90, one fare ror the round trip. On August 24 excursion tickets at vory low rates will also be sold from Omoha to Denver and the famous Hot Springs of South Dakota. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. Knlskern G. P. & T. A,, Chicago, 111. LOW RATES TO SALT LAKE Via the North-Western Line (CWcago & North-Westem -R'y) August C ana 7, 1890. For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or aa- dress W.,B. Kniskcrn, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, 11.1. St. Joseph Is a most delightful resort during arts' extremely torrid weather. Fare for the ronffll trip, $2.00. Train leav.es Vandnll'a station at 7:00 a. m. every. Sunday. Subscribe for the Journal, 40 cento per month. Niagara Falls Excursion Thursday, Aug. 6,18p6 VIA THE Lake Erie <k Western R. R. "Natural Gas Route." . On Thursday, August Gth, 1S9C, the Lak« Erie &, Western R. R. will run tiller popular excursion to Cleveland, Buffalo ana JClasara Falls at the following very low rates, viz: . Peorla *»-™ Bloomlneton IMS Lafayette J-g Mtclilgan City • 7.25 Indianapolis <j-* Tlpton 6 '5 Rate trom all stations to PuWu-Bay and return, Jl.OO, With corresponding reductions from Intermediate points. In addition-to the above, the purchasers of ihcso tickets will bo given privilege or special excursion side trips to Ixswlston- on-the Lake. Including a steam boat Hda on Lake Ontario, for 25 cents. To Toronto and return by Lake from Lewlston, J1.00. Tickets o£ admission to places o£ Bpeclal Interest at or near Niagara Falls, but outside the reservation, Including toll over the International Bridge to the Canadian side, elevators to the water's edge at Whirlpool Rapids on the Canadian side, will be offered on train at a reduction from prices 'charged after reacblns th« FaliS ' DO NOT MISS This opportunity of spending- Sunday at the greatest historical spot in the United States. Excursion will arrive at l\Jagara Falls 8:00 a. ».. Friday, AufrustJ, ISK. Returning, passengers can leave the FaUs any day within the limit ot their «<*«»• connecting with steamer at.Buffalo, which leaves there every day at S:30 p. m. Passengers can have stop-over privilege* OT "turn trip at Cleveland, Sandusky. ^""pamphfotVivlng full debflo^itatoj. mation, call on any .agent Lake Erie * Western R. R-, or address C F. DALY. General Passenger AKt Indianapolis, md.

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