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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 28, 1891
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The Soap that Clea ns Most is Lenox. NEW! NEW!! New Soda Fountain. New Soda Syrup." New Flavor for Syrup. New Man to run New Soda Fountain, at PR YOR'S Drug Store. FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. $1,000 REWARD. To THE CITIZENS OF LOGASSPORT: Our competitors in the cement sidewalk • business have again started the scandalous report that we axe not using Portland cement on our sidewalk contracts. We will pay the above reward to any one who can prove that we are not now or ever have been using anything but the best Portland cement on all sidewalk work. The Portland cement we use Is the best that can be procured In this or foreign country. M. MICHAELS & SOS. aprSGdlm FLORIDA ON WHEELS. A Marvelous Revelation of Tropical Luxuriance. A State Fair in a Rolling -Palace from the Land of Flowers. Illustrated to tourists, invalid 1 ; and prospective settlers the advantages and resources o£ that sunny land. Tropical fruits, wines, perfumes, palms, etc., to interest parents and a family of live alligators to please the children. Will exhibit In Logansport near Pan HandleDepot. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 28, 29 and 30. May 1, and 2. Avaunt courier for those lamous Moorish Palaces, Hotel Ponce de Leon and Hotel Cordova, St. Augustine, yia. See small bills, Admission 10 cents. Children under 12, 5 cents. To Defray incidental expenses. Hours,10a.m. to 10 p. m. Wanton S. Webb, ex-Director General Sub-Tropical Flordla Exposition, Florida Commissioner to the Paris Exposition, Director. Tree Florida Literature. aprll28d5t Real Estate. FOP Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business'property. , Sole Agents for the ' 'West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on MonthlyJjPayments. . Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate BroKer, St. Etm.oi_Bloeh'. Broadway Daily Journal. TUESDAY, MORNING, APRIL 28. Beeoham's ache. Use J. B. L. Blood Tonic. You will always Pills cures sick head "d6t and Liver eod&w find the best ice cream at the Vendome. apr28d-it The finest ice cream in the city at the Vendome for oc. a dish.- aprSSdit Miss Florence Flanagan is visiting relatives and friends at Union City. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Curo. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 5 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Kees ling 1 SHILOH'S CURE will Immediately relieve croup, whooping cough bronchitis Sold by B. F. ling , 8 Wanted, every -lady in Logansport to know that B. F. Keesling sells famous "Blush of Roses" for the complexion. 2 WHY WILL YOU cough when SMloh 3 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., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's .'.*) Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) and Kees. A Compliment to Mr. Webster, The Labor Signal, a non partisan paper of Indianapolis, devoted to the interests of organized, labor has the following editorial comment: "Mr. Weldon Webster, president of the Logan sport Trades Assembly, has been nominated by the Republicans of that city for Mayor. The nomination was unexpected and unsought. Such nominations are creditable to organized labor, and the Signal trusts that the trade unionists of Logansport will set their brethren of this city an example, in consistency by giving Mr. Webster, their united support. He is well qualified to fill the position, and the energy displayed in behalf of the Assembly Park project prove him to be a progressive citizen, Party politicans will endeavor to divide the, labor forces on election day, but they should be taught that working people have minds of their own and know how to exercise them. The wage- workers, of -Logansport were complimented by the labor press throughout the land on their wonderfully successful reception of Mr. Gompers. If they now go to work and elect one of their number mayor, they will win the admiration and respect of organized labor everywhere. Webster and victory should be their watchword. "The Public be D—d.» Clarence P. Dresser, the Chicago newspaper reporter, whose death occurred Thursday night, became famous through an interview with the late William H. Vanderbilt, who while en route to Chicago was 'met by Dresser, the latter being detailed to interview him by one of the papers, and who had gone out on a suburban train to intecept the millionaire rail-, way magnate. The subject of railway rates was at that time agitating the commercial world, and in the interview Mr ' Vanderbilt stated that the railroads had formed a combination and intended to keep up the rates, "What will the public say?" asked Dresser. "The public be d—d," was Vanderbilt's reply. This interview was.published verbatutn, and reproduced all over ' the country, creating no small amount of censure on Vanderbilt. He afterwards denied having used the expression, but there is little doubt that he was correctly reported BSP9 MTM. Margaret Worth. Mrs. Margaret Worth, the aged mother of Mrs. H. C. Thornton and Miss Goodman of this city, passed peacefully to rest yesterday at an early hour. The remains will be conveyed at noon to-day to Philadelphia accompanied by the family of Mr. H. C. Thornton. No funeral services will be held here but friends of the family may call from nine until eleven to view the remains. Mrs. Worth vvas born in Philadelphia Nov. 2-1. 1802 and has always regarded as her home, the Worth homestead near Newton, Pa. Her obsequies will be held in the old church at that place on Thursday next aad her remains placed beside her husband in the church yard. Logansport has been the residence of . Mrs. Worth for a number of years and she has been a unique and striking character in the social and religious life of the town since her advent here. She was a devout member of the Episcopal church and was an enthusiast in everything pertaining to its welfare. She was a most generous and charitable woman in every way, delighting in the doing of good deeds and ever ready not only with her purse but with kind and encouraging words to those who needed them. Despite her great age, Mrs. Worth retained until the last her individuality. Her mental faculties were unimpaired and she was a wonderful example of beautiful, old age. During her long life, her active mind had become a store house upon which she could draw either to instruct or to amuse as long as life endured. She had read voluminously the best authors both in poetry and prose and even though nearly a century had passed above her she could quote at great length from the favorite authors. She possessed also a fine knowledge of music in which her taste was refined and critical. The idea of age was one not associated with Mrs. Worth. She was young in heart, in enthusiasm until the last. Her large circle of friends here will long remember the interesting and excellent lady whose passing away is as natural and calm as is the dropping of an autumn leaf after its summer is spent. Home Without n mother. The room's in disorder, The cat's on the table, The flower-stand upset, and the mischief to pay; And Johnny is screaming As loud as he's able, For nothing goes light when mamma's away. What a scene of discomfort and confusion home would be if mamma did not return. If your wife is slowly breaking down, from a'combination of .domestic cares and female disorders, make it your first business to restore her health. Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription is without a peer as a remedy for feeble and debilitated women, and is the only medicine for the class of maladies known as female diseases which is sold under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. It is a positive cure for the most complicated cases.of womb troubles. Something New iu Corn—Xew Kiln DrIcd;Corn Meal. This process retains all the sweets and nutriments of the corn. It is this process that has given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To be had at the leading groceries. We are also manufacturing pure whole wheat flour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more 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. U An Industry of tlic Olden Time. Many of the older residents of Logansport and this county well remember the unique—unique from a modern view—industry thus mentioned in the Rochester Sentinel: Only the older inhabitants of Rochester and Fulton county are aware that an extensive •industry was established many years ago on the north bank of the Tippecanoe river, in this county, just east of Michigan road iron bridge, spanning that stream. At that particular locality there was a quantity of bog iron ore, of vvhich was made the very best quality of ironi used principally for making edge tools. Later on Mr. F. K. Kendricit had some interest in this "infant industry," but in time extensive competition destroyed the profits and the work was abandoned. Mr. Jacob Rosenberg clipped the following paragraph from the Chicago Herald, of recent date and laid it on our table as a reminder of the old forge: Messrs. Baldwin & French built a Catlin forge at Rochester in 1843. and they constructed a dam which has stood the strain, with occasional repairs, for half a century. They established various industries, and also operated a store, and the bog iron ore with which that section then abounded was sold to them and manufactured into iron. In' 1855, however, the works were removed to LaGrange, but many years ago the bog iron industry became a thisg of the past, The first iron made in Fulton county some time ia the 30's, was near where B. O. Johnson's woolen factory stands, but the plant was a miniature affair and of but short duration. AH INDEPENDENT WOMAN. Tiie Bright, Accomplished Young Lndy Who Acts as Private Secretary to Mrs, Morton. Miss Hunt, who is private secretary tc Mrs. Morton, is the daughter of the lat Judge Hunt, of Washington, who diei in St. Petersburg- when American em hassador to the court of the czar. Shi is the great-great-granddaughter of thi distinguished Chancellor Livingston, o N"ew Yoric, and granddaughter of th( late Commodore Ridgely, United State navy. When in Russia with her father the late Judge Hunt, she was much ad mired and gained special distinction f 01 her remarkably fine voice, which is o the contralto order and may be describ ed as dramatic. Living in Russia at thi time of the coronation of the czar sin had all advantages, from the official ca pacity of her father, of the entree to al the court functions and great ceremoni als, and these advantages may be con sidered as exceptional. Mrs. Morton is much attached to her secretary, who re- <&ives with her and pours tea at recep tions—an amusement much liked Washington girls—and at state dinners and many entertainments of a private nature Mrs. Morton depends on her young secretary to entertain the guests. Miss Hunt lives with her aunt in Washington. Finding since the death of her father that her income was a limited one, and having an independent spirit, Miss Hunt has chosen to accept the position of private secretary to the vice president's wife, which is not only a remunerative one, but causes much enjoyment to come in her way.—Chicago Post ._ BRILLIANT WIVES. The I^TIONALHYMN^ SE FOBTH£ WORLD'S FAIR. M SANTA GLAUS SOAP My Country: 'tis of thee, Sweet iand "of liberty, Of thee I si lift; Land where our fathers died ; Land where our Mothers cried, Over the wnsb-^'b t:ed Let freedom ri<«<. My native country thee— Land of the noble, free— Thv name 1 love : 1 love thy tucks ai-1 frills But oh: what iaunary-i ills; My soc! with horror thrills; When I think of thee. Let music swell the breeze, And blow through all the trees Hail SANTA GLAUS: Let tired mortals wake And gladly try a cake, Let al! for cleanness sake, Join the applause. ALL F A POSITIVE CUPS FOR i A tired, laupruid feeling, Io\r sijli-iVv'iI and despondent, -u'ith no appar i reutcause. Indigestion, JieiidacMC. pains i:i the back, pains across the lover part of bowels. Great soreness in region • f ovarins, Bhuldur difficulty, Frequent urina- h ions Leucorrhcea, Constipation of bowels, and-\vl:h ;,!l iheso.symptoms a terrible nervous feeling-is experienced by the p.-itient. TIliS ORA.xai3 BLOSSOM TJKKATXE>. X removes all ihese by a thorough process of absorption. A I nOAl ADDI lOATlflM Perfectly harmless,-which evei-y I:u3r can use, herself. Med- LUbML HlTLIlm I lUil icines taken internally ivil! never rcliei-e the mauy forms Of female weakness. 1 Tne remedy must bo applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. A DI HIM TA1 / Tl"l I A niCC; In our circular. Asi yonrdrumristfor one. orsendtwo rLAS 11 I MLI\ IU LMUlLOcenl stamp to homo office fcr sample box and circular. Can't be Cnred by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is. by constitutional remedies. Deafness-is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachlan Tube. When this tube gets'lnflamed,you have a rumbling, sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is 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 mucons 'Surfaces. We will give One Hundred'Dollars for any case of Beatness (caused by Catarrh), that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure;' Send for circulars, free. F. J, CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0, E?~Sold by Druggists, 75c.;. ; . BICY CLES In All Styles and at All Prices. Boy's Safeties from $10 up to SK). Men's Safeties rrom §45 up to $135. We handle tbe Victor, Credenda, Giant and Crescent Cycles. AnT wheel in the market lur- nlshed at lowest prlees. We are sole agents lor the $15 and. $20. Odell and Merritt Typewriters and the SCO National aHd $100 International Writing Machines. . Oxford Singer Sewing Machines from $15 ap to S4.9. Agents wanted, liberal discount.' LouisvilleCycle andTypewriterCo. 231 Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. He wa» Surprised. , , Marion Chronicle: .W. Harrison,' a. former resident of Marion, came down .from Logansport yesterday afternoon, and returned' to-day , : '; He.had'not seerT the town for eight years, and was sun- prised at its wonderful growth. Lilian. • Marion Chronicle: The hair curling- epidemic has struck '..Marion with full force. Barbers are reaping a harvest 1 from the young bloods who prefer wavy, tresses to the unruly straight bristles of former days: See the handsome colors in Read's Lansdownes. — Golden Rule. DR. J. MILLEK & SONS—Gents: I can speak in the highest praise of your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by rny physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming. I had -a hard cough, difficulty in breathing,-and bad 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 1 was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are sound.—Mrs. A. E-. Turner. dec7d&w6m .Randolph, Mass.. •-. SlioSnftered for Jflfteen years. My wife has suffered for fifteen years from congestion and painful menstruation.- ..After, using three bottles of Bradfield's Female; Regulator she is now able to do her.house work and go where, she pleases.r7-J.,.'W. .Davis, Moravian Falls, N. C.: .:•-.. : -.: . Write Bradfield Regulator .Co., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Ben.Fisher.. ,,to26 A Foul-Monttied Woman iseven worse than a ''foul-mouthed man. But no one need be foul-mouthed if they will only use SOZODONT and rub it in well. Don't spare the brush and spoil the .mouth- as 1 some parents do with their, children, -when they withhold the rod, , to29 Men Who Marry Tlicir Superiors, and the Unhappy Consequences. Matrimony can not change human character, and when two persons of essentially antagonistic natures are unfortunately united in its bonds, it is only by the exercise of mutual forbearance that they can hope to live together in peace and amity. Intellect, therefore, should never mate with imbecility, nor principle with immorality, nor purity with grossness. No good ever came of such unions, yet they take place every day. Passion blinds -the judgment in these cases, and when the love- lamp goes out and the ordinary daylight looks in, one of the parties at least is sure to stand aghast at the'realities which it reveals.. . - . Tbe most foolish thing that a fool can do is to marry a highly gifted woman. His vanity—for all- weak men are vain— is sure to take fire at the discovery, which, will soon, be forced upon him in spite of his stupidity, that his wife is his superior. If he is of a brutal nature, he will endeavor to shelter his natural inferiority behind his marital authority, and taunt and torture the being who, by right of mind, if not by law, is his suzerain. If, on the contrary, he falls helplessly into the position.of a dependent, and submits quietly to be guided and, governed by the stronger nature to which he has allied himself, he will simply be pitied and despised. In either case he will have cause to regret that he married above 1 his intellectual degree; and the lady, that she stooped to conquer.—N. Y. Ledger. : . Croup.: No remedy acts quicker than Pineapple Syrup. Try it. Sample bottles free at J. F. Coulson & Go's. to22 iefti*t:G<r "Dears, .' "So you accepted Jack, down at the .Cove, this summer?" ,. .','Yes. , I'd have refused him, only I knew that he was coming- home first; and I wanted all the girls to know'that I had one proposal, at least,' during the season, before I broke''the 1 engagement''"' —Light • •' ' Her Ej-es. - 'She—We have been discussing the color of Miss Bent.ley's eyes, Mr. Digby. Don't you think they are like the Medir teranean? . He—Well, they do look rather watery, Imust.say.—Harper's Ba*ar. • . • The Man They Were Seeking;, Vestryman—lodgers, have you an ear f or mnsic? Todgers—Not an ear; why? Vestryman—Good. We'll hire you to lead our choir.—West Shora EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. $1,00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. —PltEl'AJZEU BT— 0. B. Stomach Powder*. C. B. Kidney Cones. 0. B. Pile Remedy. 0. B. Catarrh. Cure. J. A. McCILL, Wt. D., & .CO., 2 & 4-PANORAMA PUCE, eHieAGo, ILL. FOR SALE BY B . F . KEESL1\'G and JOSIXSTO.V SSJStlS. r-HiW&vly ENDORSED. Tile Board or Education of the oC LogaiiNport, Ind. City V. C. Hannawalt President Dr. H. D. Hattery. Secretary James P. JfartlQ Treasurer Miss ANNA V. LA HOSE, Supt. Endorse iiiid Adopt fo * General U/-C In the Public Schools the Americanized Kncyclopaedia Britanica. LOGANSPORT, Ind., April 23,'91. . To all wnom It may concern: We have given the AJLERICANIZED ENCYCLOP/EDIA, BitiXA>iCA a careful-.es- amination with a view to determine its merits as a reference work adapted for general use in schools, and have placed a sei in each of our public . schools, and unhesitatingly extend our unqualified endorsement and recommend it as a most important acquisition to all institutions of learning, public and private-libraries. The progressive policy of the publishers of this great work embodies a spirit of American enterprise, magnanimous in character, placing it at prices within the means of all on terms suitable to the poor and rich alike. . •. V. C. HAXAWALT, H. D. HATTEET, J. P. MAEXIN, Logansport School Board. aprSodtf La Grippe Again. During the epidemic of la grippe last season Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, proved to be the best remedy. Repoi-ts from the many who used it. confirm . this statement. They were not only quickly relieved, but the disease left no bad results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with results, or he purchase price - refunded. .. It has no equal in la grippe, .or any throat,.. hest or lung tronble. Trial bottles Tee at B. F, Keesliag'j drug store. Large bottles, 50c and fl-00 2 East, West, North, South,' ennsulvanja lines] Schedule of Passenger Traini-Central Tlm«. CHICAGO DIVISION. Eastward. Crown "Wlnamac IiOtraniport. Marion.... Colambu* ar. AM •o Jv.f7.30 no 30-tS • ' " " 9141150 4 1043 1130 AM AM PM PM 216 730 AM PM AX 1061800 92Z 345 PSC Pullman Vestibule Dining-and Sleep- Ing- Cars run on NOB. 2O and 21 between Chicago and Columbus, Pittsburgh; Baltimore, 'Washington, Philadelphia and New York; Pullman Sleeping- Cars on 3f OS. 3 and 1O. i BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND EFFNER. Read Down. Read Up. " »OS|S»l 875 ' 312 330 37 AM AM A ill. JiJ.ll, A_UL ,. t5 49tll 30 f5 00 Ivf-.—EITner .ar. C C..Ki /M K V> " ITpntlnTirl • " 5541141 60911159 624J1212 7 03112 49 522 609 656 914 ___ JKentland.:..' ... Goodland...' —Remington..." ...MontlceUo... " ..... Idavlllo •' ABOUT IT.—Job was proverbially a very patient man, but this mayi be accounted for from the fact that' with his boils and other afflic- ,ions we do ' find that. he was ever troubled with dyspepsia and a torpid iver, ..which was undoubtedly a very : ortunate circumstance in his case, as )r^ White's Dandelion Alterative was not known until some years after this good man had passed .away. This eat-medicine cures dyspepsia, sick leadachel biliousness, and other dis- ea'ses of the stomach, liver, kidneys ,nd urinary organs. Sold by D. E. 'ryor and B.'F. Keesling. to26 The Skin Can be Kept Soft, White, nd free from taint of perspiration by adding Darbys Prophylactic 'Fluid to he water used in bathing.. : It removes all offensive smell from the feet r aay part of the body. Used as a ooth-wash it will', harden the gums, . reserve the teeth, cure tooth-ache and make the breath pure and sweet. Cures chafing and inflammation, piles, scald feet, corns, etc. to26 RICHMOND DIVISION. Chicago ar. Chicago ............ lv.*820 ---- ,620 150 635 2 24 712 247 737 3231820 410-915 5 45;10 52 7001201 AM Soon Kotomo Elwood Anderson New Castle ......... " Richmond ........ " Hamilton Cincinnati ...... ar. Westward. Cincinnati ly. ^7 55 Hamilton.: :.... " Rlcbmond. New Castle Anderson El wood Kokomo Galveston. " Ix>Kftnsport....ar. Pullman Sleeping Cam run oil Jfo». S and 10, and Buffet Parlor Cars on NOT. 18 and 19. . BETWEEN LOGANSPORT AND LOUISVILLE. Read Down. Read Up. JO PM •820 1255 330 659 AM IS AM *945 125 345 730 PM Iv..... d ar.... ar..... Chicago ar. .... Logansport ar. ....Indianapolis.. " Louisville ....Jv. i» PM *5JO 1131 1105 730 AM 1* AV •730 i PI* Not).10 and IS carry Pullman Sleeping- Car* ; Pullman. Buffet Parlor Car* aro run on Sfos. 18 and 19. JOSEPH WOOD, E. A. FORD, fontrsl Munger,. Gtntnl futtsgti Ifiot, 11-23-90. ' PrrrsBUKGH, PilfK'A. . For time cards, rates of fare, through ticket*, baggage checks, andftirthcr Information regarding the running of trains apply to any Agent of the Vennsylvania Linei, ., .;• J. i MeCULiOTJ-*R-Tl(*et-Agenr,'- • Logansport, Ind. SPRING CURRY COMB 11 Patented jn United: States, July 16, 1889, and : ill Ten Foreign Countries.; M COMB THAT COMBINES THE STRENGTH OF METAL WITH THE ELASTICITY or* BRUSH. Efficient, Humane, Convenient and Durable. O-CIBCUXABS ON-. Ask year dealer for it. or «cud 50o. for sample by nuuL V] $ ^ SPRING CURRY COMB 00,, South Bend, Ind.

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