Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 12, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 12, 1895
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-'§ * 2 = 2* « ^3 *« •* a 3} « !S § £1° * i > *• ^ a ^^ j. x i » * » «-^ Easter Opening. Easter Saturday, April 13 and Easter Monday, April IS! Handsome Souvenir Free to Everybody. Our Success is assured, The demand for O I o « ^ a | | 0 £ o 9 0 O Rail-Road, ' jj V Workingmen's i| fj^if 1 i] V«/ M ID CMiAOC 3^ echanics ' h p)1u^!s±^f: fl W '***<? K. H W *~> *^ ''• •"*w rvv ^* v and Hen's AND and get a handsome souvenir free. *J!T^^^£^&<S^?S£3fc2 Sample Shoe Go. ormolu kid Oxford sllppern. wi solid iPittnw 73c Menu IHCP or conicreKasr'OM, solid iw li QOp rock and worth twice us rnach -^ Infantsbutton shoes, k (1 or patent 4 |")p leather. Worth -luc *'•"•' Ladles kkl d - or aiitiiire m-.You'vf. imlil S2. io«<. Plciulllly 0>1 OO mlil S2.,WorVm $ 1 jS >-> Boys veal calf luce shoes. Wear like Iron ana worth twine ;is much • >'or tii» bp»t rnls««s or boys alioe.s ever QQf> made. Made to soil lor $175 UU^ Chllflrens lino kid sprlm? heel shoes. Piitenttlp. Miicleto mllfor'ac . veryn VS whit* kid slippers. silk bows and QOn ne. (Ladles sizes 25 cents more) ... v?U^ M«is hiind sew. cl genuine Kangaroo *O AQ shoes. Guiiwnteed. Worth $a V" **_V Ladles white or pearl washable canvim OQp Oxford shoes. Olieapat $1-50 <JvW Our Guarantee Goes with Every Pair] 'Pay no attention to Baits offered by other dealers to get you into • their stores. Don't forget the dates. Saturday .April 13 and Monday April 15. Day -and evening. - DAILY JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 12 There is DO shade In tans forgotten «t Otto's. Capes, waists and paraaols .for Easter at the Trade Palace. Charley Cook has accepted a position with I. N. Cash. The life of Otto's preeeat special •sale la just one week. Fine silk and orepon ektrta are going lively at the Trade Palace. The Button homo property has been bought by S. P. Grattlln for $3,000. Once tried always used, Ben Fisher's baking powder and extract of vanilla. P. W. Moore who has been sick for •the past four weeks Is able to be about again. Michael MoTaggart will fittingly •celebrate his 7Sd birthday anniversary today. William Lynas will soon open a Turkish bath establishment on Fourth street. Olio says these bargain sales are for the'time only, during ihe U<8 of > h e Advertisement. Sylvester Seybold has purchased for $1,725 Charles Laird's residence on the West Side. Don't buy Lake Superior frozen *took when you can get fresh caught fish of W. A. Madrell. The Dumas club Wednesday night (•TO a successful and highly enjoyable Masquerade ball at the home of George Parker. There will be a baptismal service at Wheatland street M, B. church on Sunday mornlnff, and an Easter concert In the evening. Miss Sffia Bronton entertained a company of friends lait evening at her home No. 228 Front street. Cards and refreshments were indulged In. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Sharp will occur Saturday at 10:30 a. m.from the residence, Rev. E. S. Soott officiating. Interment at Mt Hope cemetery. It Is reported that a crowd of young people in the East End have organized * white cap crowd. They held their first meeting Tuesday. No damage was done. Ed says It'i a cheap John window, 19 cents for boys' sweaters; 22 and 39 cents for shirts; 19 cents for flrst.olass underwear; 12o for 25o suspenders, and soon—Otto Kraut' north window. Frank Oliver Is preparing to open a grocery store at Anoka. He expect* to remove his stock now located on Broadway between 13th and 14th streets to that place In about three weeki. W. K. Sullivan receiver for the American Building Loan and Investment Society of Chicago which failed about two year* ilnoe was In the city yesterday conferring' with Ihe Cass county itook holders relatlr 1 tiettle- ment*. Convinced As«lnnlIIln Will. Nearly every one for mllea arouad Merely, Mich., knows Chae. A. Jones, whose farm lies two and a half miles northwest of that village. His frlenda and they were numerous, feared he would not long ba spared to them, for the doctor pronounced him afflicted with heart disease and said he might drop dead any minute. Tola was not a very ploaeant redaction for his wife, who watched him almost constantly; once she found him where he fell unconscious in the yard. His appearance indicated paralysis, tha doctors were culled again, but they did not understand his casa, consequently couldn't do muoh for him. Hs was In this condition when he heard of Dr Wheeler's Nerve Vltalizer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's clrufr ssoro for a sample, and as he expressed It: '-I had little falih In patent medicines, but something seemed to convince mo that this was a geod one and could be relied upon. Do you know I felt better and slept well after taking two doses? I want to say to you that Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzar is the most wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me so completely that I never felt better In my life." Mr. Pike who sold him the medicine, says: I wouldn't have believed such a cure possible if I had not seen the change with my own eyes; it 1» certainly the most remarkable cure of my twenty-four years' experience in the drug business." It is equally as valuable for other nerve diseases, euoh as nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleep, lessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug- Whnt IB the Work of the K.ldn«yif To remove from the blood its impurities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up In sustaining life and glrinj? strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every three minutes, and if these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system IB poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" Is the indicated blood remedy. KCFTOU DebUltj. Erery person having nervous dewii- ty, organic weakness, or failing memory, Is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid «uoh M is found in -San Jak." Sold by Be* Fiiher, druggist Yoi Vcn't nar* to SweW Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agrlouli ture In an editorial about ITo-To-Bao, the famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many oases cured by No-To- Bac, one, a prominent St. Louis architect, smoked and chewed lor twenty years; two boxes cured him so that even the smell of tobacco makes him •lok." No-to-Bao sold and guaranteed by B. F. Keesllng. druggist. No cure no pay. Book free. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. No such shoes ever In Loganiport a Otto's shoes this season. THE INJURIES PROVED FATAL. Hviman Stern, the Victim of a Peculiar Aecldenl. I>1«1 TTe»ter day Mornlnar- Yesterday morning at 5.30 o'clock occurred the death of Herman Stern, the meat man who was injured at his farm north ol vhe city April 3rd, by a flying fragment of a blasted Btump, which struck him upon the left breast, just over the heart, and It was the opinion of the physicians that the life organ was affected. The injured ffian suffered greatly after the terrible accident until the end came yesterday. Tho funeral will be held Sunday from the residence No 525 Market street, and the remains will be interred In the Jewish cemetery. The deceased bad been a resident of Lopannport 18 years and waj 52 years old. Ha was a member of Tipton lodge No. 33 F- and A. M., and that organization will have charge of the funeral. A wile and four children, three «on§ and a daughter, survive him. -——* Virrelom Kesulti. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman of Dlmondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr, King's New Discovery, as the results wore almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I wai pastor of the Baptist church at Rivea Janction she was brought down with pneumo nla succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would lait hours with little interruption and it seemed as If she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in Us results." Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesllng'a drug store. Regular size 50o aad $1. _____ A Damage Sail Today. The 1500 damage suit of Mary Hamilton Williams vs Fernald & Blassingham will be up in the Cass circuit court today. The complaint avers that timber was cut and removed from the plaintiff's land by the defendants. '• Four Bit Sice«UM. 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 Discover? for consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bitters, the great remedy ' for ' liver, stomach and kidneys. Buoklen's Arnica Salve, 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. Keesllng'e drug store. • A new, complete, and up-to-date Hand-book of information, covering niarly 2,000 cities, towns and resort*, contained in the'current issue of the Band-McSfaUy Guide. $3.00p«year; 40o per copy. 166 Adams street, Chicago. LI1IIT OF ECONOMIES ABOUT BEACHED. Indianapolis Journal: A railway official, 'n conversation, «ald: "It seems to me that on our road, and. in fact, on most of the roads of the coun. try the limit of economical working has been about reached. The Journal has of late several times alluded to the economies the Pan.Handle is Introduc Ing, such as the better lading of trains to the capacity of the locomotive, known as loading an engine on the tonnage rather than the number of oars basis. This is in the right direction, and the next move will the re movalof the steep grades. If the public could have access to the map» and profiles of most of our railroads they would be surprised to leurn how many steep hills must be climbed by the engine with its train behind it. The company which has no grades exceeding thirty feet to the mile is a conspicuous exception to the common lot. Tne Lake Shore has perhaps done more than and other road in the Central States to reduce its grades, having in the last four years spent over |2 000,000 largely in reducing the gradients ot their line across northern Indiana, and the ordinary engine will haul from Buffalo to Chi oago ten 10 fifteen more loaded oars than It could before the cutting down of the hills." ^__ UNIQUE MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE. Tne Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen has just adopted a new design of certificate of membership which is very unique and appropriate The sheet '.s a large oce, and is printed in colors. There are pictures repre senting ibe fireman leaving home and on board the train (the Empire State Expreea, the fastest in the world being choeen); then the train is shown falling through a high bridge. Then the cemetery i» pictured where the killed fireman reposes. Lastly is shown a picture of the widow receiving her death benefit. All this illustrates the good the order does. There Is a portrait at the top of Joebua Leach, who organized tbe first lodge of theorder with seventy-one members alPortJervls N. Y. on Dec. 1, 1873 He la now living at Sedalia. Mo., in a home presented him by the brotherhood. The motto of the order, "Sobriety, Charity, Prelection and Industry," are represented by appropriate pictures. The United Slates. Canada and Mexico, where the brotherhood exists, are represented by their coatsol arms. Tb.s Grand Lodge shield and the tools used by the craft complete the Illustrations. Wabash fireman Al King is visiting in the city. The Vandalia passenger station Is nearing completion. Vnndalla engineer Al Cook is vUit- Ing In Springfield, Ohio. Pan Handle conductors report an excellent business on trains 20 and 21. Thos. M. MoGuire has been ap. pointed Pan Handle freight and ticket agent nt Mier, vice E. Reese resigned. Wednesday evening a tie was found on the Pan Handle track near Ken. neth. It Is not known who placed the obstruction there nor what tbe per. son's object for .doing so could have been. Engineer W. J. Knight, Conductor Tbos. Courtney, operator Mike Court, ney and fireman C. A. Baker were at Indianapolis yesterday attending the funeral of their relative, Michael O'Connor. Brakeman -Michael O'Connor who was killed at Arcadia a few day» ago, carried a life policy of $1,000 In the Pennsylvania Voluntary Belief Asso elation payable to his mother. A special train consisting of one day coach and one baggage oar carrying the Sousa band was hauled on the Wabash road on Monday from Lafayette to Wabaeh a distance of sixty- eight miles in seventy minutes. This is a remarkably faat run considering that it was made by an ordinary freight engine. A certain oily tongued individual who peddled. pipes around town yesterday had batter keep away from the Pan Handle shops in future If he valuel his health. During the noon hour he visited the shop* with a stock of pipes which he said were genuine meerschaum and which certainly were beauties to loek at. He sold about one hundred and could have sold'more If his stock had not run out. Some of the purchasers filled their pipes but had scarcely lit them when they broke. About this time the fellow had sold hli last pipe and quietly decamped. Such of the buyers as had not yet lit .their pipes spent the afternoon In packing them in cotton batting to prevent them from breaking while carrying them home and will keep them under a glass cue to remember the man who bit them. ^^-•^ — -, f ^ ^ ^Jf'- Pearline! And the to things proved to you cr.n use tnat ir» compound'. This is tiresome Rubbed off in the wash you .see. -'ft I '} But the wonder is that any but- r >^ tons at all are left on, when vou grind them up so against a washboard. It isn't necessary, if you wash with Pearline. No washboard; no rubbing-; no buttons worn off- no holes worn in. Think of the different kinds of work that you save, with Remember, too, that if yon keep bc'Vbsolntdy harmless, there's nothing canal u Peariinc. the original Y.-usm ;A W '$& m IVariine, bo VRML'S PYL—, Mew York. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At Wf\LKER 5c Rf\UCH Where quality Is our first object at prices tag make them GO. FR&SH FISHt If you waota fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W KINNEY, -TELEPHONE!, 172.- A One variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage good* || W e dress and deliver without extra charge. For Fine You will find the Journal J Rooms unsurpassed. LETTERS BfVDS INVlTflTIONS NOTEHEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OfVRDS, ENVELOPES fl SPEGIftbTY. You get our figures and we'll;d ? the work. Do not fail to call onf the JOURNAL for Job Printing! The Event »t the g»*on Will occur at the Broadway M. E. church Friday evening at 8 o'clock, when Wm. Hawley Smith, the creates! dialectician in tbe United States will give one of his Inimitable programs. Tbe Elite Mandolin Club alone Is worth the price of admission. llon'o This! We offer One Hnndred Dollars Reward f«ranj case of Catarrh that cannst lw cured nj'Hali'» Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHEN"EY * CO., Prop*.. Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Ch«n«y for the last 15/ears, and believe him perfect!/ honorable In all business transactions aid financially able to cam •<« any ebllfatlon made br WKST&TSUAI. Wkolewle Druggists, Toledo, 0 WALDDTO. HUMAN t MABTIK, Wholesale Drag girt. Toledo, 0. ; • Hall'* Catarrh Cir* Is t»ken laternallr, acting dlrectlj np»n the blood an* mucous snrttces of .the»r«tem. Price 75c p«r bottl*. Soldbj nU druggists. TMUmonlaUtre*. Heeur-Work. The marriage of James W. Heeter of Fulton county, and Miss Jennie M. Work of Cass county, was solemnized Wednesday at Rochester. .'Squire K. G. Shryoek pronounced the ceremony. Ire To* Erer Anojtil by a buzzing uc roin-u.g sound in your head? Have you difficulty IB hearing distinctly? Are you troubled with a continual dropping of mucous, Irritating the throat and causlag you to cough? I* your breath unpleasantly •fleeted and accompanied with bad taste? Is your hearing less acute? If so, you have catarrh and should at once procure a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best known remedy. The Balm wfll give Instant relief. If you want stuff at ball! value attend Otto Kraus' special sal* (see advertisement) for one week only. Far the \ebruU« •nffcnn. The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Wheatland street.M.;]fc?j church will hold a mUstonary taa••i| \he residence of Mr. G. L. Michael«! North Pearl street next Monday •»•••„ ijg for tbe benefit of the grain.mB*f seed fund for Nebraska farmers. , invitation to al). If you want 50 cents worth fot cents, attend Otto's sale, otherwU*, come after the sale ia over. VENO AND THE G. A. Eil W. J. KEBSTETTER OF THE 801 DIEES 1 HOME 0AITON, Q.,:f|J CURED BY TENO REMEDIES. ;• "^ After Four ITear** :» by M«ny Phy»lel»»» Withvwt •tellte-Hete Eatlrelr Curt* by Tevo B«Me«Ue>. •W. J. K«rst«tt«r. late McretauT Soldier*' Htt. mat a terrlol* §afferer for loir T««n Irom d/»l ila, n»rv»ai«net» and liver trouble, aid WM» e. tLrmed invalid more or !«•*». for thai leogOtj ttm«. Many t-Horts liave been wsdo 10 core " but all proved ao8T»llin«unHl Veoo'i B«— f e«) better th*n I bare lot loot jeirs. II II taken tbea« re roedlM In time I wouM not bwnan Innlid." The sameUsaid of Ui»ai of others ail over »m«rtca. • Tbe Ve^o Bem«U«i ue medical Mmnpu < Mundr^ tram (ormolu Mean* In Europe, _ are different from annlilwt ever •flered der*,^..^ VESO'8 CCKATIVK SVBDP (50c a bottle), *;t positive cure for weft* xtouach, djipeptia, -OMt,® kWney, blood an* aruwrrnw^l-n. »leepl«§SBess5,| poor appsUie and genewl wsakniM. an* w»—* Qged with TEKO'S-tlECTBIC FLCU» (50e » tie) will core me wont and most desperate fir ot rbeomaasm. <cUtie». UmtMCO. puslxU, jolnti, neuralgia aad all iiciMi and tain*. • : VINO'S LU.fC TOXIC (50c a bottle). •. «U and pannaneatcan far thront and lone tNV •AbiM, btoDcMOjs, boftneoeu, and eoochs ooW»- So'd «7 JobJiftoo. Keeillnc «nd Ben • - and gosnntMd M;eon oti—

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