Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 13, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 13, 1895
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.3$? i<riireiW^&W^a«^*°ya«''» .. H « 3 £ * «??»••» O ^ « 3 - > 5 o 5 3 e # O f X W £ S ''GRAND Easter Opening. Easter Saturday, April 13 aid Easter Monday, April 15! Handsome Souvenir Free to Everybody. Oar Suooe»s is assured, The demand for e I * e Rail-Road, Workingmen's Mechanics' and Business Hen's AND Ha» been so creat that we found It necessary to double our capacity. Our new and lenlarged stock wUl b e ?eady for inspection on the above dates, when we want yoa to call and inspect our goods and prices and get a handsome souvenir free. Only Sample Slioe 60. Liulles 'lonnolii kid Oxford slippers. 7'^P efiiurantooil solid k'Hllier ' <Jl> Mena hicfl or cnnxrens show, .solid 88 a QQp rock and worth twlcoaa mncb i7Ul. Infurits button shoos, k'U or patent 4 (\r\ leather. Worth -lOc l\J\. LndlOdkld ilrt-Bs nlio«'. PlOTilIMy * -1 OO ora<|uur«iof.You'vo pMd $2.&jror'«im <f> I &<J Boys veal cult lace shoes. Wear like r J£fi Iron and worth twloe as mach / <J^ Vat th» be*t ml»«Bs or boys shoes >ver QQp made. Made to sell lor 1175 OC7U Chllurens tine kid spring heel saoes. AOn Patent Up, Mmle to sell lor 75c rlOV Ladles undres.wl Kid Oxford illppers * /I I.Q In tnn or blivck- (With ullk bruld $1.C8) <D 1 .**O Mlfwes white kid slippers, silk bows and QQp very fine. (Ladles nlzes 25 cents more)... \J(JV; Hens Sand sew^d genuine Kangaroo g>O AQ shoes. Guaranteed. Worth $5 vk Tf*J Ladles white or pearl washable canvan OQp Oxford shoes. Cheap at $1,50 OiJlj Ladles fl&e kid, fancy trimmed or d> A (\C plain, turnud sole Oxford slippers »P i ,\J<J Our Guarantee Goes with Every Pair! Pay no attention to Baits offered by other dealers to gt-t you into •their stores. .Don't forget tho dates. Saturday April 13 and Monday April 10. Bay •and evening. .. An Ordinance to Prohibit J>raiuage Over the Surface of the Sidewalks*. •Be It ordained by tbe Common Council of the Cltr of Lopiimport, iDdlaiiu: Section i. That bereatter no owner, lessee., -.Canani or occupier ot any real estate abuttl K upon anjKtreetoruvenuoln tho city of LoKuns- port limit collect or dlncniiree by or tlirongluiny drain, conductor pipe, wattir spontor jtiiuriirti- .fluial moiuiii ot dralna«« ot any water, ruin, slops. woitnwatnror other drainage or any kind off ot .bis or her building buildings, or premises, on or over tho surface it tiny sidewalk ot uuyof suld Strata or avenues, but alt such water, ruin, slops, waste wat-rand other dralmu;* ishall be carried back over.wild nbuUhiK premises Into tl>n alley, or shall b-carried under the sldewullu Into tho ratters or xewnrs. Section 2. That any owner, lessoe, tenant or occupier ot any real estate abiitUnj; upon any street or avenue In the tliyot Lo^ansjiorc, who nowcollei.'ts and dlscliarxos by ur thru.mli any draln.cimd-ictorplpM. waterspout or other artificial nuvtim o( drainage any wiili'r, r.Un, slops, wiuti'«Mt"i' or ullior ilnilnnuu ot any Itlud oil Jt his or hot-1) Hiding, bulldlnp, or prainlsus, un or • ovor t\\^ suvtiv ^ i V IU\y sUlywulk uE ulvy <v said sttoets or nv«<iui>s. shall on or hi'furo tlu> 1st day ot AiiKU.it. 1HD5, so arrange their sal.i drains, con- dactor iHinx, wii'or si'outs or other artificial tn^ans or <imimis» iw to conduct and dlrtcnnwo tho 'am water, ruin, slops, wiuxto wntt*c anrt other drulmiKu iiiitlc throiiKh theaald abutting premises W tbe ulley, ortmdur tlio sldewiilki to the gutters or sewers Stratum ;i. Any person violating any provision ^)t this orilln mc», sluill. foe «icn anil every .»J»y suiil i-'iTonse Is eonUimwl. upon conviction tuereot. pay ano tortoit to thecl:yoC LoKansport •diimnKfts In uny sum not less tha'i inn (10) dol- Juraand Hot moni than onohnndrBd (100) dollars. Soctlnn -i, Tnls ordlmince sliull take i>ilwt and be In torctt from and utter Its passage and iiiibll- OAtlou tor two Welles, ouc" oach wtmk, In a dally iievftpaper printed and published In said city. Adopted Aprl! 3,1SDJ. TIKAL! Gxo. P. MoKKR, Mayor, Attest: John B. Winters, City Clerk, DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 13 Now York counts al Rothermers. C»pon, oapea, special prices today— Irtde Falaoe. See our Ea»tor ellppera—SteTensoo 4 Kllnaiolc. See'(he hoaiery bargains today at the Trade Palace. Spring shoe3 handsomer than ever— -Stevenson & Jtllnilok. Letluoo, radishes, onions, spinach jind pie plant, at Rotherinel's. Highly bronzed souvenir Easter epg tor every child who bujs today at Traut's. Saturday i* great bargain day for or slippers at Murdook's, 408 jtreel. PhyiioUn* recommend a pure wine *i » spring; tonlo. Gal Royal Ruby at Johnston's drug store. Our new spring stria shoes havt» just arrived. See them before buying—Silas Winter, 510 Broadway. In order to accommodate the rail. road men Treasurer Keesling will hold Ih* books open until after pay day. WlllardTittt o( Tlpton township, was Thursday »o unfortunate as to out hi* left hand severely while sawing wood. What is in a hat? Your head, and you are in it, if you wear one of our late styles—Dbcenter, the Hatter and Furnisher, Spry's hare some grand bargains to off^r you in trimmed hat* and bonnets; aUo hats, flowers, ribbons and crepes, It you wi»h to trim your hats. George Sohriever'* o5th birthday was celebrated at hit Fourth • street homo Thursday night, by a parly of hlifrleads, who gave him a very pl«Mi>nt surprise. Convinced Ag«lHMlHlft Will. Nearly every one for miles around Merely, Mich., knows Chae. A. Jones, whose farm llee two and a half miles I northwest of that village. Hie friends and they wore numerous, feared he wouid not long ba spared to them, for the doctor proaounoed him afflicted with heart disease and said he might drop dead any minute. This was not a very pleasant reflection for his wife, who watched him almost constantly; onoe she found him where he fell un- oonsoloue in the yard. His appearance Indicated paralysis, the doctors were culled ap;ala, but they did not, understand his case, consequently couldn't do muoh for him. Ha was in thle condition when he heard of Dr. Wheelor's Nervo Vttalizer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug- ssore fora sample, and as he expressed it: '-I had little faith In patent medicines, but something seeinod to convince mo that thh was a geod one and could be relied upon. Do you know I folt batter and slept well after taking two doses? I want to say to you that Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltaltzor la the moat wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me BO completely that I never felt better in my llfo." 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 is certainly the moat remarkable cure of my twenty-four years' experience in the drug buslneis." It is equally as valuable for other nerve diseases, such as nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleep, lossness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency .and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. ^ CrlMlaal C»«* to be Tried. In the circuit court next week the following oases will be called Thursday: the matter of the State of Indiana VB Wm. Standley for the alleged larceny of a bridle; and Friday, IndU ana VB Ash Crook for alleged malicious trespass, Lewis W. Smith Crook's partner being the complaining witness. •What is the work of tii» Kidney »t To remove from the blood Us impurities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up In sustaining life and giving 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 is poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. Officer* Installed, The following officers, elected and appointed, were installed at the last meeting of Loganaporl lodge, No. 66 B. P.O. E. Exalted Eiuler— Austin D. Fansler. Esteemed Leading Knight— Adam Graff. Esteemed Loyal Knight— V C Han- await. Esteemed Lecturing Knight — P i Hooloy. Secretary — Ed J Eetabrook. Treasurer — J P Sebastian. Trustee — Chas E Hale. Tyler— James MoKague. OFFICERS APPOINTED. The following officers were appointed: Esquire — 0 A Means. Inner Guard — C W Burjrmarj. Musical Director— J E McMillen. Stewards — F A Dykeman and John Flanegin. Chairman of Soolal Session— T W Nichols. ' Master of Properties — Walter Moore. Finance Committee — D A Middleton, Thos W Nichols and John JBus- jahn, Four Big Sacc«Kir«. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advortiiing claimed lor them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. ling's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed — Electric Bitters, the great remedy for liver, stomach and kidneys. Bucklen'i 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. Keeallng's drugstore. _ A Map's Lone Journey. T. J. Tuley kas at last received a map of the grounds of the California midwinter exposition. The map has been around the world In search of Mr. Tuley. it being addressed Logan's Port, India, and belkg sent from San Franoiioo, to Bombay, India, and from there after many trips In many directions to this city, T6BTURED THIRir TEARS. TRIED TO DO DP THE PAN HANDLE. John C. Lanize, a citizen of Ohio tried to do up the Pan Handle company for |30,000 and will go to the penitentiary for his trouble. He is badly crippled up and an invalid, the result he swore, of having been a passenger of a train wrecked near Shreve, Ohio, on Sept. 22. 1892 and for which disabilities he sued the company for the above named amount. His trickery was discovered and at th« trial Thursday at Cleveland he plead guilty and invoked the mercy of the court. Had he been satlsded with a smaller Of the body, amount of money all would have; been well. His condition was such that the Pennsylvania company offered him $5,000 to settle, but this was refused. Finally the road In some way received information which led to the belief that Lant2e was a swindler, and detec lives were put on his case. It was then discovered that Lantza had not been on the wrecked train at all and had received his injuries months before, and that his rial name was Lantzenbaugh. A. man by the name of John Lantze had been on the wrecked train, but reoelved no injuries and had no ground for action. The latter, it was shown, had fixed up the scheme with Lantzo, who was already crippled, to impersonate him and sue for damages. ._. FIREMAN BADGEtST INJURED. Charles Biughn, a Pan Handle fireman, met with a serious and quite painful injury at an early hour yesterday morning. He was firing engine 78 for engineer Wm. Glassford, on first 77, and when near Washington Heights an obstruction In the shape of a freight car on a ildlng, but not quite clearing the main track was sighted. Baughn, under the impression that a serious collision would occur, jumped from the cab and alighted on a dwarf switch with such force that his left leg was _fraotured below the knee. He was taken to a neighboring house where he was cared for until the arrival of No. 18 on which he|waa conveyed to this city. He Is now lying at the home of his cousin, T. J. Adams, on Toledo street, with whom he boards. He was said to bejrestlng easily yesterday evening, considering the. nature of his Injury. ex- hle Efory person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or falling memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medlca.1 aid such as is found in -San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, rook five bottles of Lemon Laxative and is perm? neatly cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She ad- rises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. MoKeen's steam laundry — good work Bow's This! Tfe offer One H«ndr«d Dollars Beward l«r»ny caae ot Catarrh that cnnn«t fe« cured by Hall's Catarrn Cure. ..... F. J. CHENEY A CO., Pro»s., Toledo, 0. TVe, tne undtnlgied, hare known F. J. Chjney for the l*«t 15 years, and twUere him perfectly aonorftttle in all business transactions tad flnan- clallr able to carry tat 'any. •bllcatloa made br their 1m. '. " '". •WIST ± Tunis. Wktieiale Druggist*; Toledo , O WAIDINO, KunuM ft If IBVDI, Wholesale Dri* flit. tOltiO, 0. HaJl'B CaUirb Cmn U taken internally, acting directly np»n the bleed an< mucous snrficeset tbe»jn«m. Price Tie pti kottl*. Sold by mi Master Mechanic Pennock is peoted home tommrrow fro^n foreign trip. Owing to a rush, for looomotivo springs several men employed In the Pan Handle blacksmith shop are now working- ten hours a dav. Pan Handle conductor Sam Casaldy and engineer Wes Foakett are camp- lag and fishing near Georgetown, a few milea west of here down the Wabash river. Pan Handle passenger brakeman Thos. Martin and wife are rejoicing- over the arrival of a bouncing boy at their home. It was ushered into this world yesterday morning. Vandalia brakeman Harry Harris who lost a leg some weeks ago will be brought home from South Bend In about a week or ten days. He Is recovering nicely from hie injuries. It IB stated that the Wabaah has entirely removed the ban against those employes who were in the Debs strike, and only considers the efficiency of the applicants for the duties required. William Cole for thirty years past ticket agent of the Pan Handle company at Newoomerstown, 0., died on Wednesday of heart failure. He was connected with the road ten yeari before he was appointed ticket agent. The board of directors of the Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis railroad met In Philadelphia Thursday and organized for the year, by elestlng the following offioers: President, George B. Roberts; first vice president,- J. B. MoCrea; second vice president, J. T. Brooks; third vloa president, J. F. Davidson; secretary, S. B. Liggett: assistant secretary, Stephen P. White; treasurer, T. H- B. MoNIght and atiistant treasurer, M. C. Spencer. Mis Sufferings! Ended After TKIDK jtonyon'H Rbeninailcm Core. Mr. &eorge Smith of Tacony, Pa.. says: "I suffered from rheumatism for 30 years and bad eo many seveie attacks that some of my joints were twisted out »f shape. At times I suffered terrible psin. and, although I tried many remedies, I jnever obtained any permanent relief until I procured Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. The action of thii remedy was wonderfully qulclc, and, although I have only taken a small quantity, I consider myself permanently cured." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism in any part Acute or muscular rheumatism cured in from one to five days. It never falls to cure sharp, shooting pains in the arms, legs, sides, back or breast, or soreness in any part of the body in from one to three hour*. It is guaranteed to promptly cure lame, ness, sore and swollen joints, B tiff back and all pains in the hips and loins. Chronic rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago or pain in tbe back are speedily cured. Munyoc's Homoeopathic Home Rem. edj Company, of Philadelphia put up specifics for nearly every disease, which ara sold by all druffffista. mostly for 25 cents a bottle. Those who are in doubt as to the nature of their disease should address Professor Munyon. 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Munyou will carefully diagnose the case cod # iv e jou the benefit of his advice absolute, ly free of all charge. Tne Remedies will be sent to aay address on receipt of retail pric?. Yon DeiTt HUT* to Swc»r Off says the St. LOUIH Journal of Agriculture in an editorial about No-To-Bao the famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many caoes uurod by JvO-To- Bao, one, a prominent St. Louis arch« Iteot. smoked and chewed for twenty years; two boxes cured him so that even tho smell of tobacco makes him Biok." No-to-Bao sold and guaranteed by B. F. Keesllng. druggist. No cure no pay. Book free. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. Easter handkerchiefs today at the Trade Palace. A PROBLEM. X = Life. Y = Warner's Safe Core, Z = Healtl. X-}-Y=Z WON'T YOU TRY IT! A SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION To be Held mt the Jletra Baptist' Church April *l«t- A Sunday school convention will ba held at the Mecca Baptist church in Bethlehem township, Sunday April 21, 1895. PKOGRAlf. Afternoon Session. 2:00— Devotional service led by the President, 'J:30— Topic. -Love the Rulli-ic Power of Sunday School Work." Dlncusslon led by Rev. I. BL 1 Moriiiin (ullovrert by Hon. 6. f. Campbell. 3:15— General Dlscussiou. Kwn 1m: Session. 7:Sa-Miislc. 7:41)— Scrlpiural reading. Music. Prayer. S«vrnl short sentence prayer* tar- tioo's pre^enc* mid power uurliiK ttie session. Conducted by Kev. T. J. SCiu:*- b;iker. SKX)-To|ilc, "Sabbath School Extension. («) New pupils. How to RKt«nd keep them, (b) Th« Home Department. CnrUiilne Marker! Question D awer. Adjournment. By oraer of COMMITTEE. * \Ve tsiks pleasure in CbRmberlaiti'g Cough Remedy because It is praised by all who try H," say« J. W. Cox & Son, drugcists, M&rsh« field, Oregon. No one afflicted with a throat or lung trouble can use till*remedy without praising it. It always gives prompt relief. It is especially valuable for coldd as it relievos th«, luoga, nmkes breathing easier and aid* expectoration. A cold will never re. suit in pneumonia when this remedy is taken and reasonable care exercised. For sale by B. F. Kneeling, Druggist. A new, complete and up-to-date Hand-book of information, covering- nearly 2,000 cities, towns and reaortt, contained in the current Issue of th» Rand-McNally Sulde $3.00 per year, 40o per copy. 1C6 Adams street, hlcago. Hade a Man Hnppv. Cotcraua GSOVK, o., ing. 17, 1891 Barer Medicine Co., Triedo, Onto: Gentlemen — I have been slak with rheumatism for three years, and used various liniments without Improvement. In addition to my trouble, I had the misfortune to break two ribs by being dragged by a cow, and Buffered from this accident. Ons bottle of your Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil cured we in 39 minutes .of rheumatism, and stopped the pain injny side aid chest I am free from pain, and your oil has done it. Yours truly, Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WflLKER & RflUGH. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. Frank Sbepardson, an enp)£»iar on the Southern Pacific By., wljjt resides at Los Angeles, Cal., was troubled with rheumatism for a long time. He was treated by several physician, also via- Ited the Hot Springs, but received no permanent'rellel until be used Cham berlaln's Pain Balm. Be lays it la the beit;mediclne la the world for rneumt* tlsm*. For §»U by B. F. Keesling, j Steyenwn fclliniickhaTe tiw stock Druggist I and styles in shoes to select frm. Attested— S. P. WEBK*. For sale°a; John M. Johnston's drug itore at 25o and 600 per bottle. FRESH F1SHI If you want« fine fresh FISH leave yonr order with F. W, KINNEY, -TELEPHONE 172.- A flue variety of freih lake fish received daily. No cold storage good*. . W« dres* and deliver without extra charge.

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