Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 9, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 9, 1895
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!$!%%tf$^^ « 5 si »• w 5 a S M s > 5 o JH O r 00 £ L GRAND Easter Opening. Easter Saturday, April 13 and Easter Monday, April 15! Handsome Souvenir Free to Everybody. Our Success is assured, The demand for 5 H 0 S j» ^ 0 r4 *t V £ Mt 0 to* 0 t* e* h c 0 1 « £ £ Rail-Road, Workingmen's Samle S Mechanics' and Business Hen's AND flu* been ?o trreat that we foand it necessary to double our capacity. Our new and 'enlarged stock will b« ready for fnspectlon on tbe above dates, when we want you to call and inspect our goods and prices and get a handsome souvenir free. We are the only sample Shoe 60. Ladle* ' oiiL-olH kid Ox'orU slippers. 'GuitninteAd .solid Ifiither Menu Hicn oreoin;rcjm.il OPS, solid tut a QQn jock mid worth twtotas nuicili \JU\j Infants button shoes, k <1 or patent leather. Worth -Hio : Lndlra kid dr-vw !<!IIIP<. Plcadllly flM :unuitre(OP.You've paid S2.50for'em d> 1 or«iuitret.< Boy.i veal calf luce shoes. Wear like ron und worth twlje as mucli J'or thu bust mlnsfls or boys shoes ever OQf> made. Msdoto.iell lor gi.70 UJl/ Cblldrens lino kid spring lieoi sboes Patent tip. Mudo to sell for"5c 48c LndldS undressed kid Oxford nllppTSd> 4 I.Q in tan or black. (With silk braid jjl.08) <9 i.*iO very line. (Ladlpa sizes Iiipflra. silk bowMind QOn lzes 25 cents more}... C7U^ HtmshandsewrdfienuliiO Knngaroo shoes. Guaranteed. Worth $5 ............ AO **(J Ladles white or pearl washable canvnn QQn Oxrord shoes. oheapat$1.60 (Jut* Ladlos line Hit, fancy trimmed or (J)/] AC plain, turned sole Oxtord sllppeta <t> itUU Our Guarantee Goes with Every Pair! 'Pay no attention to Baits offered by other dealers to get you into their stores. ion't forfrut the dates. Saturday .pril 18 and Monday April 10. Day and evening. NOTICE. Notion Is hereby Riven to (ill persons Interested that the Common Council of UisCityof Lo»insport Indiana, nt. Its regular aiwsiori on ttie Urddayot April, IKK), adopted n declaratory resolu- -.tlon declaring Hint It Is m ceisary to Improve Market street In said city irom ll»< east line « Second street to thp wmt lino ot Jlfth street by pavlntr .tald part ot Market street, between curbstone." to be set on both aides (it tlis roa'lway with hard burned pnvlnit brUks or blocks especially bunipn for street paving, and laid upon an especially prepared and railed suburado and concrete or broken ctonw foun«latlon urid nil to bodonp ..strictly accordlnB to nrotlle, plinifi and speel- flcaclons on llli> In the elite ot tho OHy Civil in- Klnoer, whnre they are open 10 inspection by all persons Interested, Said improvement to be made according to the established Krndo, under the direction of tlie City Civil KnKliieer, and In accordance with the ordinances ot «ald city for tlin Improvement ot said Market street [rom the nust llneot Second street to the -west line of filth strict. . Tlie total cost ot said Improvement shall be assossod per lineal root upon the real estate ubuttine on said Hni'ket street from the east lln of Second street to tlii> wost llneot Kltth .strnt (except for tunt part.lheroot Included between th rails ot tho Losansport Railway company's strei •car tracks which shall oe assessed luralnst sal Locansport Hallway company, IW street ca trucks, i roporty and franchises: ami except fo the portloa thereof occupied by street and nllfl crosriltiKS which shall be assessed (iKiilnsl the clt of LOKtinsport) "9 provided tor In an Actnfth General Assembly ot Indiana, approved March 8 18HO. and the amendment thereto, approved Murcr '0,1891, and known as the "Barrett Law." Property owners u'onc the lino ot said proposal Improvement and all others Interested there! areThereby notified taut the common council o said city will hoar objections to tho necessity To the construction ot said proposed Imnrovemen on Wednpsda? evenlnB.Mivy 15,1SIK5, at 7:30o'clOc At the council chamber ot the city of Logansport JOHN B. WINTERS. City Clerk; DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9. m, larxlonn ltc»iilt». " From a letter written by Rov, J •Gunderman of Dlmondale, Mich., we are permitted to make thla extraot: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. KICK'S New Discovery, aa the re •ult» were almost marvelous In the oaae of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Jane lion she was brought down with pneumo nla iucoeedin? la grtppo. Terrible paroxysms of oouRhing would last hours with little Interruption and It seemed aa if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's Now Discovery; it was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in its result*." Trial bottles frao at B. F. Koealing'a drug- »tore. Regular size 50o aad $1. A Locannport JI«n Abroad. Henry VV. Thornton of Logan*pork, late of the University of Pennsylvania now at Vanderbllt, is mentioned In a write-up of that school in Saturday's Cincinnati Tribune, a» the man to whom credit is due for the develop ment of Athletics at Yanderbllt. BUlou Colic. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic will be pleased to know that prompt relief may be had by taking Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It acts quick« ly and can always be depended upon. In many case* the attack may be pro» T«nted by taking this remedy u soon at the first Indication of the disease appears. 25 and 50 cent bottles for •ale by B. F. Keeping, Druggist. Cut prices commencing April 8th: White »hlrts, starched bosoms, 8 canto. Cuts per pair. 4 cents. Collar*. cenU—Lee Wan Sing, 3d street. In U Kiltcl Did you ever stop und think how our lives are affected by some seem' ingly trilling circumstance? It in amusing to think what might h ive occurred but for some more or ISBB trlillnfr circumstance. If tho nose of Cleopfttrahad been shorter tho whole face of the earth would have been different. It is said that a glass of wlno too much changed the course of French history; many persona who havo carelessly picked up a ecrap of llteratnro on Dr. vVheelor'e Nerve VI- talizor have been cured ot what they considered ai Incurable dlaeaeo by its use. C. S. Cnambore, Atlanta, 111., was a sufferer from nervous prostration. A friend, who had knowledge Of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallxer, gave him a email sample. Its use stirred up now hope in his mind; ho uaed two full sized bottles and was cured— fate directed this wonderful medicine to bis notice. Your fate may be urging your attention to the same remedy, if you arc troubled with nervous prostration, spasms, flts, sleep- leesnesa, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, the Druggist. _ Warrlck-Lnvelle. Scott Warrick and Misa Lizzie Lavelle were married Sunday night at the home of John Banta on the West Side. Both the young people are employed at Long Cliff hospital. The fact of Sousa's Baitf appearing 1 here on Sunday la»t fall kept a great many of our people away. All should turn out this time acd see him. Manager Patterson has to give a big guarantee In order to get them here and he should not bo allowed to lose money on such an enterprise as this. Prices, 50, 75 and $1.00. We take pleasure In recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because it la praised by all who try It," says J. W. Cox & Son, druggists, Marshfield, Oregon, No one afflicted with a 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 lungs, makes breathing easier and aids expectoration. A cold wil! never re. suit in pneumonia when this remedy Is taken and reasonable care exercised. For sale by B. F. Ksesling, Druggist. Toa Itan't Hire to Swoir Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agriculture la an editorial about Ko-To-Bao, he famous tobacco habit cure. ' 'We :now of many oases cured by No-To)ac, one, a prominent St. Louis arch, teot. smoked and chewed for twenty rears; two boxes ;:v ,'iim so that iven the smell of toirakii" makes him lok." No-to-Bso sold and guaranteed by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. No ure no pay. Book free. Sterling lemedy Co., New York or Chicago. See the moat complete line of sepa- ate skirts In the city at the Trade 'alace. Prices lowest, quality and fit guaranteed. MoKeen't steam laundry—good work OFFICERS ELECTED. The Km bill ileelment U. It. K, P. Met Here Ytmeriluy. Tne officers of tbe Eighth Regiment U R. K. P. met In this city and elected t-e following officers. Col—S L Emsmlnger cf Dlv 32 of Craweordsvllle, re-elected. Lieut Col—Chas L Woll of tbia city re-elected. Major 2d Battalion—9eo W Say. bold of this city. APPOINTMENTS. John VV Warner KeplaieKtal Adjutant of Dir No 1 Lafayette, Theo McMaclcin Quartermaster from DivS2 aad John Blasslngbam ue commissary. The above to rank «s cuptulcs. The following' wore in att.eDdance.at the meeting: Col S L Emsmtnger, Crawfordsville; Thos McMackin, Quartermaster, Crawfordiville; Quartermaster J W Warner, Capt J R Shearer, Ltsut S. B Salsgaber, Herald G A Eacook of Lafayette; Capt M V Wert and Herald T E Nolan of Crawfordsville. We oJer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh. Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry »ut any obligation made by tbelr firm. WIST i TRUAX, Wholesale Dras(tlsts. Toledo, O WALDINO, KINWS* MAHVIN, Wholesale Drug gist. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the tystem. Price V5c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Trustee Porter'd Si arrow Escape. Trustee Frank Porter of Clinton township narrowly escaped serious Injury in a runaway Saturday night on Market street. Tbe horse was Injured in a collision with a wagon. Ilur.klen'g Arnica Salve. Tbe beat salve in the world for outs bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tiona, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25. ! eents per bor. For sale by B. F, Keasling. VBNO Speaks to Logansport People. Hondredi of People IB Loguiport Hire Been Cored by Veno'B X«dlcln<<«. H« Will Be- tarn U« Hcmcy to IB joae not Cured. THe Fairest Offer Ever Made by a Doctor BEAD TDEaFOLIISa FACTS. • Since Yeho l«Tt Logansport hundreds have bought his medicines at th« drug stores, and le'.wrs are being received dally from people wio have been cured. He guarantees TFSO'S CL'Bi. T1TB SYBUF (50o t. bottle), to completely cure nervousness, dyspeDs'a, poor. appetite and sleep- essnas>, liver, kidney, blood nad stomach dls- or-era, anrt when used wlta TIXO'S ELECTRIC FI.CIO C»c a oottla), will positively cure the worst and mostrdesperate forms of rheumatism, paralysis sciatica, neuralgia, backache,, weak muscles stltl joints, all aches and rains. SIB BOKBILL McU.VZIE-S CA 'ABRB AXD &EAD ACITE CUBK (ll)c a bottle) 15 an Instantaneous re- llet and will cnre catarrh, cold In thu bead, head- acne, sore throat and bronchitis. Sold br Johnston. Keesllnjc and Ben Fisher, druKgUtt, with a guarantee to core or reload thamonej. < RUINED BY DRINK. An intimate acquaintance of August Wlrth who U under grand jury iniict- ment for larceny said yesterday that bis fall was due to an Immoderate love of liquor. When Wirth came to this country from Germany he was an honest, sober and industrious citizen and In a few years earned enough money to buy him a small borne when he wa* married. Of late years, however he grew very fond of the flowing bowl and the informant stated that scarcely a Sunday passed'that Wlrth was not intoxicated. He kept himself eober while at his labors and as he was a splendid worker the railroad company did not wlab, to dispense with his services. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PAN HANDLE. The directors of the Pittsburg. Chicago & St. Louis railway company, better known as the Pan Handle, met In Philadelphia Thursday and approved tbe annual report. Ihe report shows: Gross earnings, $14.247,855, a decrease of $1,502,952; gross ex penaes, 110,765,519. a decrease of $1,. 279,111; net earnings, $3,407,355 B decrease of $233,841. The annual meeting of tbe stockholders will be held next Tuesday. The Pan Handle passenger station at Marion was opened for business yesterday. F. F. Wolfe yesterday resigned his position as switchman In the Pan Handle yards. Only seven employes were on the sick list yesterday at the Pan Handle round house. Pau Handle shop clerk T. E. Armstrong-returned from a visit at Columbus yesterday. Wabash yard master J. D. Lockwood and truckman Frank Carden are on the sick list. Supt. Hatch of the Vandalia, moved yesterday to the Coleman property lately vacated by Hon. W, D. Owen. Pan Handle engine 456 manned by engineer John Manes and fireman Dennis Clifford was equipped with a chime wbie'uie yesterday. Jack Hart, the former Pan Handle switchman loftfor Portland, Ind., yesterday where he will assist in the construction of a new water works system. The lake special, the summer train on the Vandalia, will be put on the road about May 1st, Conductor Murray who will have charge of one train is preparing to move his family from South Bond to this city. Geo. Nolan yesterday assumed the position of yardmaster for the Pan Handle at Richmond. Mr. Nolan has been a passenger conductor on the Indianapolis division for many years and for a long time run a train between Indianapolis and this city. On last Sunday at St. Vincent's Catholic church the bans were published for Mike Dahlll an employe of the Pan Handle blacksmith shops, and Mies Katie Bowles, a well Known young lady. They will be married on the 24th Inst. The Journal wishes them success. A special train of one coach and one baggage oar carrying Sousa's famous band 1 from Lafayette to Wabash passed through the city yesterday afternoon. The troupe Intended to take the regular train No. 46 but missed it and to accommodate them a locomotive was taken from a freight train and placed at their disposal. The semi-annual test of locomotive boilers la now progressing at the Pan Handle round house About 75 boilers are to be tested of which Frank Vance has charge. Engineer John Kennedy who for two years has been too ill to work has sufficiently recovered to be able to run the testing engine. Engineer John Brumbaugh, who recently went on the Wabash from the Panhandle, Is said to have made a crack freight run a few days ago. He handled a freight train from Anderson to Tilton. a distance of about 125 miles, In four hours and a few minutes said to be the best run ever made on that division of the Wabish. A cablegram announcing the safe arrival on Saturday of C. G. Newell at Liverpool wai received by Jas. O'Donnell yesterday. A» the message was necessarily a short one (It consisted of hut two words namely, "Arrived— Well") but little can be learned of him. It Is gratifying to his friends however, to know that he is as he laconically states "Well". ••If seven cats kill seven rats In seven minutes, bow long will It take 1«0 cats to kill 50 rate?" This Is the mathematical problem that every visitor at the Pan Handle round house is being confronted with now. Engineers going out on their runs are warned to keep away from the office as operator Mike Courtney in endeavor- rv~» l ' J * «••<*• Rubbed off in the wash yo-.: s-e. But the \voixier is that any 'Due- tons at ail arc left on, when you o-i-ind them up so r.gainst a v.-ashhoarci. It isn't ncce;,:?:;."y, if you \vr.sh \vith Pearline. No vashbosrd; no rubbing; sic buttons warn off; :io liolesworn . in. Think of the different kinds of v.-ork that you save, with Pearline ! And the money ! Remember, too, that if you keep to things proved to be absolutely harmless, there's nothing you can use that is equal to Pearlinc, the original washing compound. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will teil you " tiiis is ns gocxl ns" or "the same ns Pearline," IT'S FALSE—rcarlhic is never peddled. , . and if vour jroccr sends you u in place of Pctvriine, DC JAMIZS PYLE, New York. ing a solution will get them so tangled up that they can not tell the difference between a whistling post and a water tank. It IB rather odd 10 read of a train snowbound at this time of the year, but if Sunday's telegraphic reports are true is nevertheless a fact in Colorado acd other Western States. Ii is said that in some of tbe mountain passes the snow was ten feet deep and trains wore stowed under almost to the tops of the coaches, remaining in that condition twenty.four hours until they were excavated. That the Pan Handle will not tolerate employes who «re in ibe habit o! petting- drunk has been demonstrated frequently, but eome people never learn. Not lone »£<> ft" employe was, seen by an official to be loitering in an intoxicated condition near the passenger station, and when ho had sufficiently tobered olf be received his dismissal, Although it was not his firet offense he seemed to be much surprised. _ Wlmt !M tlio WorJi ot tlie Kidneys* To remove from th<j blood its impurities. The products of cell wastes which havo been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in tbe body goes through tbe kidneys every three minutes, and if these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later tho system Is poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. Ji'ervous DcbilHjr. Ererv person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or failing memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have extended medical aid suoh as Is found in "San Jak," Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. IVotlce to Contractorn. Sealed proposals will be received at St. Joseph's Hospital for the construction of a two-story frama addition, to contain 12 rooms. Bldi for excavation and masonry and brick work, must be In by Monday, April 15, for all other bids covering carpenter and tin work, plastering, painiting and plumbing, time will be given till April 29. Contractors will please give sep. arate bid for each kind of work. All material except tin and Iron to be furnished by the Sisters. Tbe right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. Plans and specifications can be seen at the hospital. B. HARTSCXK. Four Big SiecesBM. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery lor consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bitters, the great remedy for liver, stomach and kidneys. Bucklen'» Arnica Salvo, the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are aperfet pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at B. F. Keesling'e drug store. ' A Tatry minor. Last Friday afternoon at the home of Mlsa Nona Young, the following young ladlei enjoyed an old-fashioned taffy pulling: Gertrude Murdock, Blanche Stuart, Charlotte Harrison, Marie Barnett, Nettle Hlmmelberger, Grace Prescoit arri Alpha Hilton. Chamberlain'* Ey» acd Skin Ointmant Is unequalled for Eerona, Tetter, Salt- Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Itching Piles, Boms, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eyft liifc. Tor gale by druggists at 25 cents per box. TO EOB8B OWHXBS. For patting a hone in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cody's Condition Powdea, They tone up the system, aid digestion, cow loss of appetite, relieve constipation, coned kidney disorders and destroy worms, givinf tew life to an old or over-worked hone. 2c Bnts per package, for sale bydroggiit*, Seth M. Velsey can loan you money on city property at 6 per cent. Call and so« him at 204 Fourth ctreet. RESCUED FROM TORMENT- EVERT JOINT IN HIS BODY RACKED Bl r RHEUMATISM Could Xot :»lov« 111* Arm and Wai In Constant Pain—A. True Htory of » IttMiiarU«I>!e Cure. Wm. Maier, 18 Park Piase, Zines- vlllfe, Ooio, »«ys: "About a year ago I had to quit work on account of rheumatism. I had ;ho disease in my hips, back and arms, in fact, in every joint in my body. Tbe pain was intense, and I suffered tbe most excruciating agony. My doctor could not do anvtatnff for mo. nod I tried every remedy that could be suggested;' none of them did me any pood, and finally my joints beoame stiffened and eore. At times I could not move my right arm, and was in constant pain. I procured a bottle of Munyon's Rheum*, tism Cure, and within a short while was completely cured. I am free from stifloess and pain, and can cheerfully recommend Munyon's Remedy as the best I havo ever known." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure acts almost instantaneously, curing many obstinate cases in a few hours. It Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism in any part of the body. Acute or muscular rheumatism cured in from one to five days. It never fails to cure sharp,shooting paina in tho arms, a. side, back or breast, or soreness of any part of ihe body in from une to three houre. I: promptly cures lame* ness, siifT and swollen joints, and all pains in tho hips and loins, chronic rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago or pain in tbe back are speedily cured. It seldom fails to give relief after one or two doses, and almost invariably cures before one bottle has been used. Munyon's Homeopathic Home Remedy Company of Philadelphia, put up specifics for nearly every disease, which are sold by all druggists, mostly for 25 cents a bottle. A Valuable »l»c«Terr. A German chemist has discovered ft new remedy for neuralgia, rheumatism, lameness, stiff joints, headache, sore throat, and every severe pain, and bund rods are cured with It dally. It is sold as Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil in 25o and 50c bottles. For sale at John M. Johnston's drug store. COLLARS AND CCFFS that arc waterproof. Never wilt and not effected by moisture. Clean, neat and durable. When soiled simply wipe off with" a wet cloth. Tlie genuine arc made by covering a linen collar or cuff on both sides with "celluloid" and es they ore the only waterproof goods made with such an interlining, it follows that they arc the only collars and cu2s that will stand the wear and give satisfaction. Every piece i* stamped as follows: If anything else is offered you it 5s an imitation^ ' Refuse any but the gcnu- iae, and if your dealer docs not have •what yon want send direct to us, enclosing amount and stating size and whether a stand-np or turacd-dowri collar is wanted. Collars 250. each. CufisSoc. pair. The Celluloid Company, 427-429 Broadway, Her York

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