Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 18, 1891 · Page 4
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 4

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 18, 1891
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ESTABLISHED In order to reduce our vast stock of Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fur Shoulder Gapes, we will, for a limited period, give a special Gash Discount of 15 Per Gent off present reduced prices on every purchase. Correspondence solicited. Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent free to any address. Highest market prices paid for Raw Fur Skins'. Send for Price Current. D. B. PRYOR The Dru£o;ist handles the ^DC5 purest drugs which the mar ket produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. S1G E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale or Trade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and. Busicess'property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Kiverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly ^Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek, Broadway Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. Girls' tricycles, at the Bazaar. Try our 6J cent dates.—Foley. Split Bamboo rods, at the Bazaar. Kid sale to-day at the Golden Rule. Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. d6t Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Oranges, 12J cents per dozen at Foley's. New novelties in belts, at the Trade Palace. Read the advertisement of the Golden Rule. Minnow netting by the pound, at the Bazaar. Special kid glove sale to-day at Schmitt & Heffley's. See the new ginghams, get your patterns this week at the Trade Palace. All orders for ice will receive prompt attention at John Baker's office, Third street. apr!5dtf Make your .ce contracts with John Baker, and you are certain to be supplied. mch25dtf Big drive in. Lavrnsdqwja,... Glories and Giorioces, the latest ,-out.—Trade Palace. •'"' • Neckwear to suit you, this is what we say, and it is .what we mean.—Dew-enter, the .Hatter,and Furnisher.; THAT HACXINO COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's-Cure. .We guarantee it. Sold by B. Fi :Ke'es ling , .„:.....:., ..1 .. . .1 I guarantee that one bottle will cure your face of pimples, freckles and blackheads. Price,' 75 cents, at Kees- hng's drug store. " 3— WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh a Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. ,.'.-., 7 . Short breath, palpitation, pain, in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., oured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. KeesHng'3 ,'*)' RAILROAD RUMBLINGS, Item* from tlie Note-Book of Our Railway Reporter— Points Per- aud Otherwise. "The freaks of a locomotive, 11 said an engineer yesterday to a reporter for the Indianapolis Journal, are sometimes dificult to explain. Engine No. 71 on the Louisville, New Albany and ChicagOTOad, for some weeks after coming out of the shops was run between Lafayette and New Albany, and by a half doz<jn different engineers, and without aa sxception they pronounced it a worthless piece of machinery. The master mechanic decided to give the engine a test on the first division between Indianapolis and Monon, and the engine is now considered one of the fastest and most reliable engines the 'company has, and whenever it is desired to haul the vestibule trains a mile a minute No. 71 will do it." Superintendant Darlington, of the Indianapolis division of the Pennsylvania lines, tells of a novel thing regarding a locomotive which, when- he came on the road, was running between Bradford and Columbus, Ohio. So many men had been killed on this engine, and such an unlucky piece of machinery was it that engineers and fireman were timid about having anything to do with it. Shortly after Mr. Darlington took hold the engine was sent to the shops for general repairs, and in a jocose way Mr. Darlington suggested that its number ba changed. The master mechanic favored it, and it was changed, and since that time it has behaved very handsomely and been perfectly exempt from accident. An official of the Vandalia thinks there is more trouble from the freaks of engineers than of engines, yet he says that there are engines which seemingly are always running into trouble until something singular comes up, and then the trouble ceases. A few years ago an engine was run by Mr. Sherburae, one of the best engineers on the road, and a very careful man, yet in four years it ran over seven persons and killed them outright,lastly killing Engineer Sherburne. The engine was then taken into the shops, rebuilt, and has been running seven years, nearly, without injuring a person. On the St. Louis divisionjof the Big Four, engine 104, built at the company's shops, was in several wrecks, went through a bridge, then was blown from the track by a cyclone. After killing four persons, lastly Michael Redmond and his son in the same wreck, it was rebuilt, and has now run two years without an accident. Oh, this ringing in the earg! Oh, this humming in the head! Hawking, blowing, snuffing, gasping, Watering eyes and throat a-rasping, Health impaired and comfort fled, Till I would that I were dead! What folly to suffer so with catarrhal troubles, when the worst cases of chronic catarrh in the head are relieved and cured by the mild, cleansing and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It purifies the foul breath, by removing the cause of offence, heals the sore and inflamed passages, and perfects a lasting cure. A Sad Death. The Logansport friends of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Overholser who recently moved to Ashville, N. C. on account of the doctor's health, wil Ibe grieved to learn that their little daughter, Helen, died at Columbus, 0., where Mrs. Overholser was visiting, Thursday night, of scarlel fever. The' remains will be brought to this . city for interment and the funeral will be held •this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence of Jas. C. Hogleu, 115 Seventh street. Services to be conducted by Rev. H. J. Norris, pastor of the Broadway M. E. church. A Palnfnl Accident. . Mrs. Marsh, wife of Dr. W.H. Marsh, the Baptist'minister, met with a painful accident last evening. , While returning from a tea party, about eight o'clock, in company with her sister, an obstruction upon the sidewalk was encountered and both ladies were thrown down. Mrs. Marsh fell upon her Tight foot, breaking both bones just above the ankle: Sbe was carried into Capt.; Mull's residence and Dr. Hatch was summoned who gave her proper medical attention. Later .she was taken to the residence on Seventh .street.' ^ Notice. From the firrt of May until the first of October, the Vandalia line will have on sale their usual variety of commutation tickets to the popular summer resort, Lake Maxinkuckee. For particulars call on or address J. C. EDGSWOKTH, Ag't.. Barry and Fay, the Funny OTon. Those highly successful delineators of refined Irish comedy, Barry and Fay, having made a phenomenal run of one hundred and seventy-live consecutive performances at the Park Theatre, New York City, last season, are now making a tour of the principal cities of the country,-and are announced to appear at the opera house next Monday evening. William Barray is peculiarly happy as a caricaturist of the sunny side of . Irish character. He makes up an irresistible comic figure and his stage face is itself a fortune. His genius is ^variously exemplified,-but one of the most remarkable things about him is his ability to extract fun from the relation which he establishes between his trousers legs and his boot legs. He is the only man who can make his clothes talk. Hugh Fay is a comedian of a milder order and an admirable opposite to his droll partner, He is an actor and an artist, and as an exponent of the true Irish character, he has no equal. His comedy is of the quaint, quiet kind but when the two are on the stage together, a general explosion is inevitable. "McKenna's Flirtation" was written by Edgar Seldon, and gives a satirical and funny caricature of the would-be-if-I-could element of American society and its Anglo-maniac tendencies. Barry and Fay represent a couple of very successful Irishmen who have made considerable money, which has turned their heads. The piece abounds in genuine fun, and incidents are droll and follow so thick rnd fast, there are so many surprises, all of a humorous nature, that the audiences are kept in a continoug round of laughter from beginning to end. Incidental to the play, there will be sing-ing and dancing by-a quartette of pretty young girls, which is said to add much to the neatness of the entertaiament. Freaks of Nature. A curious freak of nature passed through the city yesterday via the Pam Handle' and attracted a large crowdjatthe yards. It was a cow which in addition to all the natural requirements of her species, possessed an extra pair of legs growing out of her right shoulder, two extra nostrils, and a lump on her forehead said by scientific men to contain an additional set of brains. With, the exception of these peculiarities she is furlly developed and ia perfect health. She claims Texas as her native state, having been born near San Antonio about four years ago, and is of Jersey and Holstein extraction. She is the property of a Mr. William Fletcher, 'who intends to exhibit her at a museum in Chicago. A strange case is reported from Washington township, this county. Mr. J, S. Crockott owns a sow that on April Sd gave birth to five fully developed pigs, most of which, however, died shortly after. On April 16th she followed up her record by giving birth to seven more, all alive and healthy. Here is a case for the scientists to explain. _ Rev. Dr. Birch and wife will depart for their new home at Kokomo today, their goods having been shipped yesterday. During Dr. Birch's pastorate in this city, he and his wife have made themselves felt in the community, and their memory will long be cherished by their many warm friends here. As Dr. Birch is now Presiding Elder of this district he will have frequent opportunities (.0 be heard again in the pulpit he occupied so lo»g and in jwhich he wrought so much good. Charities nnd Correction. The eighteenth national conference of Charities and Correction will be held at Indianapolis May 13-20. This conference from, a small beginning has grown in influence and the number of its delegates, until now it is one of the most important of the national gatherings of our land. Although it has no legislative nor executive power, the influence it has exerted in the promotion of social reforms is incalculable. With no formal membership, and no revenue except from the sale of its printed proceedings, its business goes on from year to year with increasing promptness and effici- eocy. The object of the conference is to collect, compare, and diffuse information respecting every description of charitable, penal, and reformatory enterprises, both public and private. Its delegates are earnest and practical men and women, some actively concerned in such work, and others who, while occupying no official station, are interested as philanthropists and good citizens. Among them are members o! boards of State charities, superintendents and trustees of benevolent institutions, directors aad officers of charitable associations, wardens and directors of prisons and reformatories. They meet to learn from and to teach each other about new methods of work and better and more economical administration. Here the freest and most impartial discussions prevail. Here are brought the results of experiment, by which each rnay learn by the reports of the others' success or failure. Every one who belongs to any of the classes mentioned above is a member- ex officio. and is most cordially invited to attend. Church Entertainment, Below is the program of the musi- cial to be given at the Broadway Presbyterian church Monday, April 20: PROGRAMME. Overture— "Martha" riotow Orchestra. Solo and Chorns—"Now Tramp O'er Moss and Nell Bishop Mrs. Geo. Tuber, Mrs. Humphreys, Miss Billion, Mrs Johnston, Miss Potter, Prof. GlfTe, Mr. Martin, Mr. Johnston, Mr.Humphreys. Violin Solo—"Ungarlsche Rhapsodle" Hauser J. H. Miller. Soprano Solo—"Leonore" Troter Mrs. Cans. Krles. Piano Solo—"Menuet Op. 78 Schubert Hunting Song Op. 19 Mendellsonn frol. Rob'c, Drummor.d. Vocal Trio—"Dragon Files Graben-Hoflman Mrs. Humphreys, Miss Srltton, Mrs. Chas. Krels. Mis. Anderson, Mrs. Johnston, Miss Potter. Cornot Sol»—"Arbacklenton Concert Polka." Hartman Prol. Blsbee. Piano Solo—"Serenade—Schubert" Liszt MlssJosle Bringhorst. Vocal Solo Selected Prof. Glffe. Violin Solo—"La Eusse de Tambons Op. 5. F. David J, H. Miller. Vocal Quartette—"Concert Waltz, Op. 09.. Dudley Buck Mrs. Geo, Taber, Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Mr. H»m- phreys, Mr. Johnston. Overture—"H Tmvotore" Verdi Orchestra. Violin. J. H. Miller. Prof. Blsbee, Harvey Anderson. Cornets; Trombone,.ClarenceBlsbee;Mrs. w. H. Anderson, Pianist. tVfcfir V01AN THAT HAS ANY .SENSE, AND MANY THERE BE WE HOPE, ^^ VflLL SPEND HER CENTS FOR A USEFULCAKC Of FAIRBANK'S'SANTA-CLAUSSOAP. ORANGE BLOSSOM A POSITIVE CURE FOR 'I ALL FEMALE DISEASES. ^YMPTDMQ 1 -*- tired, liioBmid feeling-, low spirited and despondent, with no aj>pa- u I III I I UlTlOi rentcause. ludljrestion, heiidache, pains in the back, pains across the lower part of bowels. Great soreness in res-ion <.f ovaries, Bladder difficulty, Frequent urina- tions, Loucorrhoea, Constipation of bowels, and with all these symptoms a terrible nervous - < feeling-is experienced by tho patient. THJK ORANGE BLOSSOJl TREATMENT removes alT t':ese by a thorough process of absorption. • . . A I nfAl ADDI IPATION Perfectly harmless, which every ladycanuse, herself. Med- LUuHL Hi I LIUHIIUll icines taken internally will never relieve the many form* of female weakness. The remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. in our circular. Ask your drug-gist for one. or sem cent stamp to home office for sample box and circular. A PI AIM Tfil K Tfl I An|p?- nourolrcular / Askyour_drug-gistforone. orsendtwo EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Eemedy. 0. E. Catarrh Cure. $1.00 FDR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. -PitEPAUEJX BY- O. B. Stomach Powder*. 0. B. Kidney Cone*. J. A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PUCE, CHIBAGO, ILL. FOR SALE BY B>F . KEES1IXG and JOHXSTON BROS. W. J. HUGHES & SONS GO. WHOLES A£K DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N. W. Cor. Fourteentn and Maple Sts. 1 LOUSVILLE, KY. ;jlentlon this paper. deodAIMr SHILOH'S CUEE will ^immediately re- whooping cough and- lieve croup, bronchitis Sold by B. F. Kees* 8 Deafness Can't fco Cured by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion o£ the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and lhat Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused br an Inflamed condition ol the mucous lining of the Eustachlan Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It IB entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the raucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred .Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we can not crae by taking. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. ........ . F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. EP~Sold by Druggists, 75c We Tell Tfftu Positively that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid you of dyspepsia, purify your system, , ena,ble you to sleep well, prevent malarial diseases and* give you a brisk and vigorus feeling. It acts directly on the liver ; and- kidneys, cleansing, purifying, invigorating and fortifying the system .against disease. It will break up, chills and fever and prevent their return—yet entirely free from calomel or quinine. t<)19 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 i't.'in.well.' .Don't.spare the brush and.spoil the mouth, as some parents do with their children when they withhold the rod, to29 Notice. On account, of the Republican League of the United States held at Cincinnati, April 21 to 28, the Vandalia, line will have special round trip rates. For particulars, apply to J. C. EDGEWOHTH, Ag't. i For Sale, An eight-room frame house with water works and natural gas, situated on Duret street east.of Fifth street. Also a ten-room brick house with bath-tub, water closet, hot and cold water, natural and artificial gas, situated between Fourth and Fifth streets, on Canal street. These properties are in good repair, conveniently situated, especially for railroad men, and well adapted for boarding house and roomers. •WTLL BE SOLD AT A BABGAI5T. A small payment down and monthly payments little more than rent will secure either or both of these properties. Also, several oother pieces of improved property and a number of vacant lots will be sold on the same easy terms. aprlSdSt JOHN E. BARNES. A REMINISCENCE. Del Crampton in his paper, the White County Democrat, does not speak well of ^Logansport Democrats. He says: "V. C. Hauawalt, a former Monticello boy, was one of the eight candidates for city treasurer before the recent Logansport Democratic convention. He received eleven votes and since then nineteen different delegates have told him that they voted for him. The eleven votes received by him were cast by other men, and 'Colt' is trying to figure out what went with the nineteen votes that have since been placed • to his credit. He has about concluded to accept the disagree- 'a_ble truth that there are at least nineteen liars in Logansport." DK. J. MHXER & SONS—Gents: I i«aa speak : in, the highest praise^.pf ' your; Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by iny physician that I should never : be better; my case'.was very alarming. I.had a, hard cough, difficulty., in breathing,, and had been spitting blood at times for six . weeks. I'commenced using the Expectorant "and got immediate .relief inbreathing. 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 Turner. ... dec7daw6m Randolph, Mass. The bans were published from the pulpit' of St. • Vincent de Paul church Sunday of the approaching marriage of Miss Lena Mitchell to P. J. Hooley, the well-known young tailor. The Insldo History of Salmon P. Chase'* Presidential Ambition. When Salmon P. Chase was appointed Chief Justice of the United States, many people believed that he had re- quished all hope of the Presidency. It was well known that he had aspired to the highest office in the gift of the people, and it was also well known that Mr. Lincoln had taken him into his Cabinet and then put him upon the Supreme Bench rather as a matter of political expediency than as a matter of fri&dship. Consequently, the public impression upon the appointment of Mr. Chase to the Chief Justiceship, was that he had given, up all Presidential hope if not all desire for that position. His real f eeling-s were confided to but one person, namely Hs handsome, brainy, intelligent, ambitious daughter, Kate Chase. No woman ever kept a secret better than Kate Chase kept her father's secret, as she labored diligently day and night to place him in the White House. Although he had been a Republican since the foundation of that party, Chief Justice Chase began to look to the Democratic party for the nomination which he sought. His daughter, Kate Chase, carried on negotiations and correspondence with .the leaders of that party, and so successful was she in pushing the claims and merits of her distinguished father that it was practically the unanimous opinion of the leaders of that, party that Judga Cha,se should be nominated without opposition. It .was the intention; however, in 1888, to give to Horatio Seymour a complimentary nomination which he would decline. It was arranged that on tlie second ballot Chase was.to-.be nominated. The plan, was carried out, Seymour was nominated, and did decline; then the name of Chase was brought forward and received with, enthusiastic applause that made: the welkin, ring-. The last words spoken'by Mr. Seymour upon, the platform.in de^ clining- the nomination, were: "Yonr candidate I can not be." These;, words have since become historic, and .have been quoted a million of times or more. His speech was honest, sincere and strong, but full of.'emotion.'.' Unexpectedly to the'politicians, .that speech' nominated,.'Seymour, in spite of himself. Thei enthusiasm for Chase died, down and'the/ticket was, made Seymour'and Blair, instead of Chase.and'Seymour as the' politicians, had intended. .The de- feat'of her father's long and eagerly, cherished hopes fell upon Kat» Chase with overwhelming effect. She ..was young and strong, however, and recovered, but the blow' of disappointment killed her father, for it brought about a paralytic stroke from which he never-recovered.' Although the disappointment almost broke Kate Chase's heart, she was outwardly calm, and it' has ;been- said' that she appeared more' lovely' and f asciriating at that time thin* ever before." • Trmt' disappointment thougjj wrecked her whole life and she'' W since then been, as good and T great and true to herself as she was to her father, and as she probably would have been to all mankind if she had been successful. A Safe Iiive»tm»nt. Is one which is guaranteed U> bring you satisfactory results, or in. case ol Jailure 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 Consump- * tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any t , affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, ^ J such as Consumptiop. Inflammation of > Lungs, Bronchitis, / ima, Whooping- f. Cough, Croup, etc., ^»a. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, %-< andean always be depended upon. ; Trial bottles free at B. F. KeeslingV ' Drug Store, . 1 1 Some tiling: New In Com— Sew Kllm- 4 Dricd;Corii Meal. This,process retains all the sweets ^ and nutriments of the corn. ' It is this -I process that has given Kentucky and > Virginia its great reputation for com ' meal. To be had at the leading gro- , ceries. We are also manufacturing .; pure whole wheat flour. This is also- f on sale at all the leading groceries la ,' one-eighth barrel packages.' There it *.. moce nutrition in. this flour than In. any other made. We. are now prepared to grind corn for feed in any '. quantities - declld&wtf D. & C. H. UHI~ EXPLAINED AT LAST.—The f act that Washington never told a lie has been, satisfactorily accounted for. He never went a fishing... The...fact .that' Dr. White's Dandelion Alterative has b«- come the most popular liver - and kidney remedy is also easily accounted for. It an is honest medicine, made of the best arid purest materials that money will buy, and performs all th»fc is claimed for it.. Try it. Sold by D~ E. Pryor and B. F. Keesling. tol9 James T. Gott, Carml, 111., JSmf» He paid thirty-one dollars doctor's bill for his wife in one year,' anta on* bottle of Bradfield's Female Eegulaotr did her more good than, all the medicine she-had taken before.—H. Dal*, druggist, Carmi; III.' ' """~ ' Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta,, Ga., for particulars. 'Sold by'Bea^ Fisher. ' ' to!9 Diphtheria. In a severe case, th'ere is but oa» thing to do,'get the nearest physician, but how much better it.would.' be to- prevent a severe case by haying Pineapple Syrup i» the "house; it will do the work. Try it. For sale by. J. f-, Coulson & Co. ."•'-'"' to!5 ^

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