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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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OT^f^ -•''•^fn^-^ tioth have their part in the great savings that come from Pearline. Suppose you're the mistress. There'.s the economy of it—the saving of time, etc., and the actual money that's saved by doing away with that steady wear-and tear on everything •washed. Suppose you're the maicK. There's the" saving of labor ; the absence of rubbing; the hardest part of the housework made easier and pleasanter. But suppose you are mistress and maid, both in one, doing your own work. Then there is certainly twice as much reason •why you should c!o every bit of your washing and cleaning with Pearline. -or ^ STAl E NATIONAL BANK LOOANSPOKT. rXD. - $200.000 J. f. Johnson, President. a. W. Ullery. Vice President. H. J. Heilbclnk, Cashier. DIRECTORS. ». T. Johnson. S. W. Ullery. J. T. Elliott. W. M. Elliott. W. H. Siilder. Buy arid a"'l Government boiida. Loan money on personal security and collaterals. Issue special certificates of deposits bearing ; per cent. Interest when left one feat; 2 per cent, per annum when deposited six months. Boxes In Safety Deposit Vaults of this bank for the deposit of deeds, Insurance Mllclcs mortises and other valluaiilea, ranted at from »5 to »5 70r year. THE lewriter Is a Good;Machine. MRS. SCOTT A NOBLE WU'E. Dubuque Times: While rliu wife of the Rev. G. E. Scott must be- dull of comprehension she'demonstrates qualities of a noble wife. With every hand now timied towards her erring husband she still believes in his mnoi-enc-i 1 and seek* in all ways ro .shield him from a just punishment for Inis great crime. With ali friends gone she is as inie us steel and refuses to assist 1 (lie '.aw by any act of lu-i-'s. FonunaMy for Ihe good oC .socicrj' it ' s nor nucivsary fnr her ii> in.-iko eomplainr. Sin 1 I*- nut Hie only nni' i liar lias been sinned against, but ir will pwbiibly lio smiic fai^fa'ction to flu 1 oU'i'ical renegade, ilial wliili 1 others liiok upon him with disgust, sin. 1 wli'im he hay wronged niosl, still believes that he is jmt yer a lii'ut.e. The Railway Age, Non Partisan, Supports Sound Honey. C. H. WALTON TO GO UP General News of Railroads and * Railroad Employes. A high standard ot excellence, sianj users of the "Sfunson''consider it THE ,BEST. You will Bad It a valuable assistant In jour office. Address tor pwtlralara . THE MUNSON.TYPEWRITER CO MAKTJl'ACTintERS. 340-344 -Weat I.nkp St.. Cl.lciiK". J11 - DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUUED by local applications, as they can- reach the diseased portion of the < There Is only one way to cure deafness aud chat is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by en inflamed con 1 dition of the mucous ilninjg of the Eu- stachl.iu Tube. When this tube gets .inflamed you have a rumbling souDd or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness Is the rt-sult, and unless tiie Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be rf-jc- troyed by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of Hie raucous surfaces. We will give Due Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's j Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free F. J. CHENEY <t CO., Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, 75o SIX . SIX. Special Train EXCURSIONS -TO- Maxinkuckee Lake VIA THE VANDALIA LINE July i9th, a6th, and August and, pth, i6th, 33rd. Fare for the round trip $1.00. TraJn leaves Tandalla station at 0:50 a ni. A SUMMER PARTY. Misses Daisy and Nina Justice cave a party Saturday evening in Honor o their cousin who Is their guest. The party drove to the home of Frank Jus tlce In Clinton township, In the "Login, Prl<lu" and were; shoirn- a most eajo.v able evening. Those composing the party'were Misses Nina aud Daisy Justice, Nellie -Stautou, June Je'ufcs, Lottie Tyuer, Lizzie Troutmau, Ora Harr.'.sou Mary Mauley and Nellie Williamson a-nd Messrs. Carl Green, Deck'llowe Otto Blassingham, Otto Tyner, Dwight Powell, Karl Murdoch; George Hartley, HarrjvToiislej-, -Lawrence Anderson and Fred Thompson'. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER :•= N«. 417 Market Street. Caild attended to promptly,' An oj Centr»l Union and Mutual telephone!. Office, No. 16; Re»ldenoe» No. 121. L. G. PATTERSON Haa opened a Flrtf and Accident Ingur- •nee office at 410 Broadway, up stalro, and •ollclta a «hare of the publlo patronage. None but First ClaBf Companies Bepre- •ented. WANTED. ^^^^™i^^«^^^^^^^«^^™™™™< ^^^^^^ - - TXTANTED-5,000 Agents for Rmfiell's 8ntho- Wrbed "LIVES Ob 1 MoKINLEY uu<l B JBART" BW pages, eleKantlrllluatrated: Price only 11 00 ¥2e best ana cheapest, and outsells all others 80 per cent to Agents and freight pald,w~ Books now ready. Save time by sendlDB GO ceuts In stamps for an outflt at once. AflUress. A.D. WOBTHING-30N & CO USELESS STAMPS. Through .the blunder of a government engraver The United States has been flooded with 'hundreds of thousand? of defective postage stmmjM of tlie new 2 cent issue, the postoffiye department has been, compelled to destroy a plate that .cost .$40,000 and samp .collectors nud dealers' who were fortunate enough, to learn of the matter before it came to the eyes and ears of the authorities-have reaped a rich harvest. -Stamps' that were worth 2 cents at their face value before the mistake was discovered aro now held at ten tfcioas that amount, and the price wiU enhance as they prow older and nTe scattered by the thousands of collectors In the country, thus becoming one of the rarities in which the philatelic enthusiast delights. Haittord, CODD Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrlson'a. Geo. Harrison hafl the finest line of hammocks In the city. Cass Council, Order Chosen Friends, will have an Initiation of two candidate* tonight, .Tuly 28th. Hood's SarsaparUla .purifies the blood overcomes that tired feeling, creates an appetite, and gives refreshing sleep. Round trip rate to St. Joseph, $2; to Lake Maxinknckee, $1. Train leave* VandaJia station every Sunday nt 7 a. m. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures colds, croup and •whooplng'.cougtu It Is pleasant, sure and. reliable. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, druggist Goshen News: Indiana. ,bas found n man~who believes, the only question at iviue is the tariff. 'A letter directed to' the care of Long CMC insane hospital, Logansport, Ind., •wffl reach'lilm. A CHILD ENJOYS The pleasant flavor, ijentle action, and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when In need of a laiatlve. .and if the father or mother be costive or' bilious, the most gratifying results follow Its use; so that it Is the best family remedy known and every family should have a .bottle. . • Hallway Age: You have before you an opportunity such as has rarely been given to iniy class of men Iu history—the opportunity to be the controlling indu- e»';i-' In. saving your country. There Is no State In t'he I'uiiiu in which. If you vote a* a unit, you oanut'l turn the .scale in any ordinary election. In the present crisis it rests wl.lli you to oppose a solid t'i-o.ii.i.—a bulwark of reason and of patriotism—-to the flood of fret 1 s Liver imidm'ss which i<? rising in Hie western and southern Slates. Whii; i-ntrrivit 1 have y<ni in helping rhose wlio, blinded and led a.s'.niy as they are, propose to rakl llio troasxiry and bankrupt the nation only In make our mlne-owiH'i'.s wealthy? Certain cla-ssiw may wit care what wrecl; may come to the country'.-* commerce if only rhey fci.n get cheap dollar.-i Cor rlu'lr crops. The miner may be wiilllng to sw tin; I'nircd States sink to tin. 1 rani; of a tlii.nl (•In.?.* power.- bankrupt and dislunuired, !•!' only tin 1 output of his mines bo doubled in value to him. J?ut wlvat is this to you-? Your iutcr- e.-'ts are bound up with the pcviiirtiieiice of intr i-omaie-rrial pmspiTjIy. for .vein 1 homst work you want—and have a right—to get your pay In nnaiest dol- laiw. What wiJl you profit; by a depression in. wages .-Mid an iwre-a.si' 1 in all tliat your wages ):avc la buy? Do you 'want to get your pay "in dollars worth tifiy cents a pieceV Therefore, organize! Tliis is nu qne.v tlon of Republican or Democrat. Init of yoinr own protection as wage-earners. Organize for the preservation of sound uioney—In defense of your own wages— i:i support of tlie country',-; prosperity and the counti-y's htm.or! .At every shop and every division point on every railway In the country, there must be a Hallway Men's Sound Money Club. If you, wlio read this, are personally willing to take' action for tlioir and your own benefit, write to 1 The Railway Age, Chicago.- Until the central organization of /lie Railway Men's Sound Money Club is perfected, we will send yon all the information and, litoraiture you require, free. tot railway men of every class act. together. It Is us noble a cause as ever, man put hJs hand to. Organize now a.nd work, and'when' November comes aud 'free silver te defeated, tiie people will know that the railway men did their part nobly for Mie country's salvation. TAN SHOES $1.98 for $2.98 for $3.00 Shoes. $5.00 Shoes. Men's suits made from Bind; and Blue Cheviots Fancy Cheviots,- Iu LJgh.t trimmed. Our regular ?S aud $0 atid Dark Colors, well made and grades Men'.--: Suile iiKidii from All-wool Mater' liifc, in Dark, Medium nud Light Ef- fecus, :)•!] desirable patterns, cut down from ?10 and $12 to Men's Suits, made from Stylish Black a.nd Blue Thibet's Fancy CtevJo.ts and Clay Wonsteds, nicely made up in thiis .season's patterus. Reduced from $li> to Men's Suits, made from hie most Fas'h- ioasible Fabniw known to tlie trade, siK-h as EnglLsli Clay Worsteds, Hoiue.«pu.iis, Sorges, Cheviots, Col- OTOC» Clays and Twills. Kt'gular $1S goods Men's Suiiits made from very Tiucst Imported and American Fabrics, and shown, in all the leading "styles. Mai:y. lined throughout with Silk and Satin. Regular ,*20 and !?22 gna-nien'..? $3.98 $5-75 $7.50 $9.69 $12.95 MEN'S TROUSERS. !?1.50 TROUSERS, extra well mafic. In dark n:ul medium Colors. Stripeh a.nd ITairli-iie.-; $3.."0 TROUSERS, ditfirable patterns iu r.iirlit and Dark Effects; handsojue- ly made wirli conlTnnous Wai-st r.atnl.«. etc $1.98 *'-!..-() TROUSERS, neat stylish pattern*; honest: goods that will bold rhw: 1 sh.'ipo :n.ul wear well.... $-1.00 aud ?J.50 TROUSERS made fro:n high-grade materials; ,T.: ui!s sen sou's patterns: :i perfect fit guarau i eed $1.48 $2.75 OTTO KRAUS "Of Course reading roo-m association. /J'he cb.'ect. is to establish 1 a room, lined up with tables nud f':ii?y dial.rs and supplied with ;ill the loading newspapers aud periodicals, to which the men may resort when off duty. About seventy-fire 'uaujes of ralJrofld men have been secured, each pledging himself to contribute a stated sum per mouth to Lbe support of the room, liy-laws of the association have been prepared and one week from Monday night :i meetins will be held at which arrangements will be perfected for the immediate opening of the room. Drawings of AH Kinds Made by WALTON TO GO UP. It is reported In railroad circles iu this cilty on what seems to be good authority, that the Pennsylvania company will very soon assume,control of the Grand Rapids it. Indiana. This report was put In circulation sonic mouths ago; but .nothing was done by the Peousyl- sylrariia- company at rhut time to confirm or deny It It has long been chvi-med th.at-it is the object of the company to 'ultimately consolidate nil tlie lines under Its courol Into one gigantic railroad system, which 1 would be one of., tlie largest In the world. The assumption of conrol-of the Tjintlaliii last faJl wart a move in that direction.- The addition of 'the Grand Rapids & Indiana will be the second step. The gossips have gone a step further and announced that C. H. Walton, superintendent of tlie Chicago division, of the Panhandle fe ^to be general super-' mtendent of .the .acquired property. He was formerly train dispatcher on that road at Ft. Wayne before becoming master of transportation on the Pan- idle, rnlilch later place lie left to take the prespit one. .T. S. May, at: present superintendent of the Richmond division of the Panhandle, it is -suld, will succeed to the position now held by Mr. Walton. WABASH READING BOOMS AT ANDREWS. Employes of the Wa'bash at Andrews and Jn the train service running into Andrews, are arranging to organize a RAILROAD NOTES. Mr. Will Reisher. operator at.Harls- dale. was rlie guest of friend* here yesterday. C; W. Overly lias taken n'position ou the B, &. O. at Pittsburg. Pa., a-ul left Saturday night to enter upon liis duties. The Vandalia lias sold three of Us old engines to n. Florida logging company. They'a-re now in -the erecting shops be- ' lug prepared for shipment.- General HoaO.-ma.5ter, A. B. Adams, of the Wabnsh, has gone to Seneca, to superintend to work of connecting tlie Lima Northern rand with the Wabash. From that place the Lima will ruu Us trains ta.ro Detroit over the Wabash tracks. uin/mruuvxri/iri/iriAn/vuiJij^ * WHILE OTHER BRANDS OrCIGflRS ARC IS KEPT PTT THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE POINTOr EXCELLENCE *»* THIS IS POSSIBLE'BY REASON OF.IMMENSE SflLES. »» CUBftNOLA OUTSELLS ANY THREE OTHER BRANDS W**HSK YOUR DEALER POR CUB3NOIA, 7\. KltTER DRUti COMPANY SOLE DISTRIBUTERS »M«»»»* ; INDIANAPOLIS A WOMAN'S TEARS. I was midnight and the brick walls of .the- county's 'temple of. justice echoed •back ttic lieavy staggering tread of tlirce men, lone passersby. All liad 'looked o» the wine—or beer— and bad seen the bottom of the gl.oSs—or more— which erst.-the foaming beverage had contained. They were singing a ribald son?, when, In ithe.middle of -the chorus, their voices were, suddenly stilled. A wo.mnai's form 1 had darted from t'.ie Shadow's of the arched entrance lo the court-house and with, angry voice interrupted the drunken son£: "Come liotne fl'i'tli me, Jim,'\ she demanded o£ •one-of-tlic three catching his arm as she spoke. "G'lous' home y'eself," lie answered, -shaking, her off roughly.. But the- woman was angry and defer .mined and followed close upo*i his heels as he turned a-way. She plead, first iu low tone,? tuned to endearing pitch, then 'as he still refused to listen, in a voice grown louder and with a suggestion of tear* .just behind. The man paused—fatal pause— then turned again to join Ills companions; with a rough 'word and an oath at the 1 woman. The tears enrae with a rush, hot, angry tears and she broke out iu a pitiful storm of weeping. Slowly, very reluctantly, he turned again to her and said a. word •In- low tone.'then put bis arm about her and walked nm-ay, not even saying .''.'good night" to 'his late companions. The tears liad trtomplied where all else liad failed. BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block. Logansport Tiie game of ball set for Saturday at Ft. Wayne between, the ball team of the Post nt..tlmt city, and, the famous 'Logansport T. P. A/fdub, was post- '.poned.on account oifwet grounds, but will be played" nffct Saturday at Ft. Wayne. The club from this city will .go on the,diamond as follows: Fisher, c.: Van .Horn, p.; Blackstone. lb.; Vlney, 2bl; .Tlmberro.'Ui, ss.; Franklin, 3b,;'wiiklns, cf.; .Kerns, If.; Taylor,' rf. Logansport i Wabsli (alley Cas Co, Natural and Artificial Gas Billsdue^ieFirs of each month, ten day's grace. All bills payable at the office of the.Cprripany, 317 Pearl Street. Special—Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June,8JuIy, August andJSep- tember. . . i CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. ' On'August 4, IS, September 1, 15, 23, October G and 20, 1S06, ' The Northwestern Line (Chicago'& North-'Wes.t- om R!y) will eeli Home SeeRers' excursion tickets at very low rates to a large number of points in the west ana northwest. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines orjfl- ^ess W. B. Kulskem, G. P. & T/V., dklcago, .111. ..'•.: , HALF, KATES'TO OMAHA. .Via the North-Western Line (Chicago & North-Western R'y) August 15, 1C and 17, 1S90, one fare for the r'o.und trip. On.August 24 excursion tickets at very low rates •will also be sold from Om'oha to,Denver .and the famous Hot Springs of South Dakota. .For full itt- forrnoilon. 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 (Chicago & North-Westera R'y) August C and 7, IS06. For full information appl^ to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W. B. KnJskern, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, IU. St. Joseph is a most delightful resort during this extremely torrid weather. Fare for the round.trip, ?2.0p. Train leaves Vandalia station at 7:00 a. m. every Sunday. Subscribe tor Tlie Journal

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