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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 19, 1895
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'THE STUDY — of the action of medicines, or vegeta- "tle compounds, upon the stomach, and tests in many hundreds of cases, Ion;? ago convinced Doctor R. V. Pierce, Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surjr- ical Institute,.Buffalo, N. Y., that all cases •of Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be cured permanently if the right treatment -wore given. In support of hS belief that he had discovered an alterative extract which he called "Golden Medical Discovery," that would cure these diseases, ht collected from all parts of the country the evidence of thoss who had •used his medicine, and he has asked the •public to investigate for themselves, as he •would be pjlad to furnish the names and addresses of thousands of people who have used Dr, Picrce's Golden Medical Discovery. All interested should send for a little medical treatise on Dyspepsia, Chronic Di- /arrhea, "Liver Complaint," Biliousness, Constipation and Piles, published by the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and mailed on receipt of six •cents in one-cent stamps. This book also • contains the photographs and testimony of many persons who have suffered from diseases of the digestive organs. INDIGESTION; SEVERE PAIN IN STOMACH. THOMAS FtiiTCHKH, of Clifton Station, Fail'_fax Co., Ya., writes: ".I suffered the terrible tortures for ten years with what your Dr. Piercc's Common Sense Medical Adviser describes; as 'Gas- trnlpin" (pain in stoin- nch). I employed our home-doctor—took '/I dozen bottles of savsa- parill.i witli no benefit; tlicn I took one- half dozen bottles of a celery conipou tid without any benefit: then ei(;ht bottles of iron tonic, yet I was no better; this w:is in 1889. I then took six bottles „ of Ur. piercc's Colden Tnoa. Ft-irrciIEn, K3Q. ju.dicnl Discovery, which made a nna man of "if, I - r ™ now fifty- Iwo ycnrs old. and for the past five years I have worked very hnrd on my farm. It is impossible for me to say too much for tlie Golden Medical Discovery.'" D. W. TOML1NSON. REAL ESTATE bought and sold. MONEY loaned on reasonable terms. /OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4th Street. DR. F. M. BOZBR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. Or, E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. JfewJdejn In G-oltl Crown nnJ Brides Work. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 19 See the windows at tho Trade Palace- Silks, sllka ia what they all want— 'Trade Palace. Ninety.five cents for dross shoes at Stavenaon & Kllneick's, The Kathbono Sisters will give a social a v , their hall next Monday even, ing- Laboring men who work hard for their money should road Otto's advertisement. Got your summer underwear for ladles 1 , gent's, boys' and girls, at the Trade PaUoo. Way up In style, way down in price. •Our nackwear Is natty, nobby, nice, 90o.—Fisher, the popular prioo hatter and furnisher. Hear the wonderful laughing song, whistling solo at the Baptist church ahU evening. The Indies of the Christian Church will serve a fifteen cent supper Friday •evening, April 19, at the home of Rev. W. R. Lowe, 1516 North street. "Say, neighbor, I feel better since I insured my Ufe In the Travelers of Hertford, Cona. Don't you?" "Yes; •certainly I do. Isn't it surprising what a low rate we gel?" Dr. D, R. Lucas spoke last night to a good audience at the Ninth street Christian church, on "Sin and Its Remedy." Toe meetings continue to flrow in interest and proat. A good attendance was reported Wednesday night at a "Senses" social given by the ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at tha home of Mr«. VT. W. Hart on Plum street. The entertainers of the late State encampment of the G. A. R. at Muncle h*d a surplus of cash on hand after (he affair was over. The city of Munolehashad its donation of $300 returned and Williams Post has been £lvon |50 back. 3he real will be used for memorial purposes. Kokonio Dispatch: Attorney C- A. Henry returned from Cass county yesterday evening where ho had been since laat Friday looking after the Interestof the defendant in the Bonk. Harness damage suits filed a few days ago in tho Cass circuit court for $4,500 and $7.0CO respectively against Solomon J. Harness, a wealthy farmer of that county, for as the? allege, frightening Mrs. Ronk last fall with the result of the premature birth of her child. Adealof interest is being manlfested'in the sulta by the friends of the litigant*, and already bitter feeling ht» feeen engendered. , TBK O. B. C. CONVENTION. The Grand Division of the O-der of Railway Conductors, which has now over 24,000 members, will meet in Atlanta, May 14, and , extensive arrangements have been made to have a large and interesting annual convention. Over one hundred roads have given notice that they will carry delegates and tbelr wives free, and the sleeping car companies will charge fare to Atlanta but not on the return trip. The delegates will concentrate, as far as possible, at the following points: Cincinnati. Chlogo. St. Louis. Memphis, Nashville, there joining forces from the east, the Vest and north, and go Into Atlanta in a body. Arrangement have baen mada at Atlanta to entertain the membars and tbelr wives on a lavish scale. The trains will all come together at Nashville for breakfast on the morning of May 13. from which point a special train will bo run to Atlanta, affording a daylight ride through the mountains of Teaaedsee and over ••historic grounds"—thi banlo fields of the late war—Murfroesboro, '-/ook- out Mountain, the "Battle Above the Clouds," Missionary llldge, Chickamauga, Rsasna, Altooaa Pass and Kanesaw mountains, arriving In Atlanta before dark- It is generally understood that E. C. Clark will be re-elected as grand chief conductor, as he has made an excellent record in that position lha last two years. It Is understood that William P. Daniels, grand-secretary, will retire but who will be his successor has not been intimated. This will be tho twenty, fifth session of the association, and at no time in Us history has it been more prosperous. E. V Dobs reports that 2 200 em- ployes of tho Great Northern have lately joined the American Railway union. Mike McCoy, formerly of the Pan Handle shops is visiting in the city. He now ' hold a foremanshlp In the Big Four shops ^t Wabash. K. A. Ballou of the Pan Handle repair tracks was seriously injured veslerday morning by a flying piece of iron which struck him on the head. Gao. Cllley, clerk in the Pan Handle store room has gone to Harrlsburg, Pa., in response to a telegram an^ nounclng the serious Illness of his father. Cbas. Baughntho Pan Handle flre, man who broke a leg some time' ago is nipldly improving. He Is still in bod, however, the injured log being done up in splints, Wm, Drompp foreman in the C. & E.I. boiler shops at Momenco, 111., ia visiting relatives in the city. He formerly was employed in tha Pan Handle boiler shop here here. The injuries sustained . by J. H. Rosenstook in tho Pun Handle yards at Chicago on Tuesday are not as serious as at first thought. It is expected that In a few days ho will be all right again. • J. P. Walter & Co., contractors, have sold 185,000 feet of quartered oak to go to North Carolina. It will be oivt on the Michigan division of tho Vandalia, and will ba used in the buildings the Vaaderbllts are erecting In North Carolina. Iron and other radway supplies have gone up remarkably in the ^ast few weeks. Steel rails have advanced §2 per ton. The Pennsylvania and other linos that have purchased their supplies oarly In tho season at prices then existing have made thousands of dollars by It. Wm. Roberta who tried to swindle Kokomo people by soliciting funds, apparently for tho family of Dick Hart who was killed Saturday in the Pan Handle yards at Richmond but really for his own use, plead guilty Wednesday and was given a three years' term in tho northern prison. Roberta was formerly an engineer on the St. Paul road but lost his position in the strike. His family resides in St. Paul. Railway companies are looking after business more industriously than they did a few years ago- They are offering every inducement to manufacturers to locate on their respective lines and those already located are receiving more attention. Division superintendents have instructions to put in switches leading to factories wherever they think such an improvement will be a profitable investment for the company in the way of securing business. Fuue'rul of Win. F. S»nilein. The funeral of Wm. F. Sanders vill be held at 10 a. m. today at the South Side U. B. church. The deceased was 26 years of ago and died of consumption at 4 p. m. Wednesday at the home of his pirenU in Shultztown. The El wood base ball club will cross bats with the Logansports at the park next Sunday. Convinced A*iln»tHI» Will. Nearly every one for miles around Merely, Mich., knows Chas. A. Jones, whose farm lies two and a half miles northwest of that village. His friends and they were numerous, feared he wou.d not long be spared to them, for the doctor pronounced him afflicted with heart disease and said he might drop.dead any minute. Tbie was not a very pleacant reflection for his wife, who watched him almost constantly; once she found him where he fell un. conscious in the yard! His appearance indicated paralysis, the doctors were called again, but they did not understand his case, consequently couldn't do much for him. He was in this condition when he heard of Dr Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug ssore for a sample. and as he expressed it: "I bad little faith in patent medicines, but some. thing seemed to convince me that this was a good one and could bo relied upon. Do you know I felt batter and slept well after taking two doses? I want to say to you that Dr. Wheeler's -Nerve Vltallzer Is the most wonderful medicine e?er made. Ic cured me so completely that I never fait better in my life." Mr. Pike who sold him the medicine, says: I wouldn'c have believed euch a cure possible if I had not seen the change with my own eyes; it is certainly the most remarkable cure of my twenty-four years' experience in the drug business." It ia equilly as valuable for other nerve diseases, fcuch as oeVvous prostration, spasms, fits, sleep. lessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug- ADOBB Letter. Farmers are about all done sowing oats and are plowing for corn ---- Mrs. E J. Leedy had quite a lot o.t picket fence built this spring. Mr. H D. Leedy of Young America did the work ____ The school at the Wopdllng school house closed last Wednesday ---- Mr. G. P. Dykemau of this place bus, in addition to his grain buying, opened a grocery store Mr. Frank Oliver of Logansport is associated with him in the business ____ The railroad company has been engaged for some time slop- Ing the banks of their right of way between this place and Logansport and covering it with aod. It makes a wonderful Improvement in the looks of the road. .. .The cards are out for the wedding of John Blake of Logansport and Miss Nora Woodllng of TlptOQ township. Toe happy event will take place the 24th of April. Thlt)! Wsofter One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any case o£ Ciiwrrh that cannot be cured by Bull's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY <V CO., Props.. Toledo, 0. Wo, the undersigned, liave known v. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeiira, and believe him perfectly honorable liiall business transactions and financially able to ciirry sue any obligation made by their llrm. ' WKST & TiiDAX, Wholesale DtajstlsU, Toledo , O WALUISO. KIXSAN Jc M.WIVW, Wliolesale Drug Klst. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken' liitcrnall;r, acting directly upon the blow! und raucous surfaces o[ the oystem. Frlce 7oc per bottle. Sold by ivll druggists. Testimonials tree. accident torn Stranger. A stranger was yesterday placed in jail and cared for by the attendants and a physician, who was called in to examine the man's right ankle, which had been terribly sprained and was badly swollen. The member hud been hurt in alighting from a moving train and was in a serious condition. Core for HeiiUche. As a remedy for all forms ol! headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. • It effect* a permanent cure and the most habitual sick headaches yield to its Influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bot. tie, and give this re^sdy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Elec« trie Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only fifty cents at B. F. Keesllng's drug store. A S»d Death. Mlsa Dora Coon§, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Coona of Mexico, Miami county, died there last nl(fht. The funeral eervloea will be held thlu morn • Ing at 9 o'clock at the residence. Interment will be made in the Spring Creek cemetery, Case county. Bncklen'* Arnica .Salve, •/be best salve in the world for cute bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hand*, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tions,-and positively cures pUee, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 .cents per boy. For sale by B. P- Keeslinp. Druggist D. E. Vryot has a novel Easter display in his store window on Broadway. . ; Home Setters' ExcnrMoc. ' The Wabash will sell round trip tickets for one fare plus f 2, on Tuesday, April 23. 1S95, to points in the West and Southwest For limit of tickets and stop-overs and other information apply to A.C.8A.non, Ag't. MONTGOMERY GETS DAMAGES. In HI* Salt Aralimt (he F»n Handle— A Special Verdict far •S.OOO JtetarnetL When court was called yesterday morning a special verdict in tbe damage suit of Wm. J. Montgomery, vs the Pan Handle railroad company was read. Tbe amount of the damages named for the plaintiff was |3,000if the law- upheld the verdict. The case will probably be appealed by the railway company. J. C. Nelson and A. G Jenklnes were the plaintiff's attorneys. David Clymer was foreman of the jury, which was out from 6 p. m. Wednesday until 4:30 o'clock yesterday morning before an agreement was reached Wm. J, Montgomery wa§ a brakeman employed by the defendant when the Injury for which be demanded damages, was inflicted. ' Tne accident occurred at Hartford City, July 1st, 1898, while the plaintiff was making -a coupling, and he alleged that the engineer was to blame in the matter By the mlbhap he lost all but the thumb of tba right band, to the wrist joint, and his demand was $10,000. GARBAGE DUMPERS. If Detected Will l>o Dealt With Under the City fcHWM— Thin A special effort is being made by the cisy authorities and the board of health, to discover and 'properly pun. Ish the people who have been dumping garbage and unsavory refuse maiter on the river bank and in the river at the west end of Cicott street. The officers have visited the neighbor hood to investigate the complaints of long suffering residents, and to and, If possible who the law breakers were, hut their efforts have not been sue- oessful. They state that tbe condl tlon of the Wabash river at the point mentioned is such as to endanger the comfort and health ot those living in the neighborhood. Many emphatic kicks have been made also by those living in the neighborhood of Twelfth and the Wabash river, and It is promised that the nulsaoca will be allayed as soon aa pOEstble. fleeting of Inmiirauce men. The State meeting of the agents for the Cincinnati Union Central Ll'e Insurance company, just closed at Marlon after a two days' profitable session. Z. R. Sanders of Marion wns made pretident, of tho organization, H. L, Watnbaugh, secretary. Homer Kessler of this oily was chosen traveling agent. The Dlscorcry Saved His Llfn. Mr, G. Cailloueite, Boaversville, 111.. says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and wld I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from tho first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial bottle at B. F. Keesllng's drug store. Picture* of Hooaler St«te«nicn. Mayor McKee is exhibiting at his office large pictures In vrhlch the cabinet photographs of all the members of the Indiana House of Representatives and the State Senate >re reproduced. The handsome pictures were a gift from the deputy secretary of State, and are highly prized. "NotnloR Venture, Nothing Have." Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mon,, recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasize his statement. "It Is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed." — Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres. Church. Helena, Mont. It is the medicine above all others for catarrh, and in worth ils weight in gold. I can use Ely's Cream Balm with safety and it does all that ia claimed for it-— B. W. Sperry, Hartford, Conn. _ Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoko Your Llf« Away, is the truthful, startling title Of a book about No- To Bac, the h Armless, guaranteed tobacco habit cure that braces up nicotioed nerves, eliminates the nicotine poison, makas weak men gai strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac Is sold by B. F. Keesling under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Company New York and Chicago. • _ ____ Maxinlcnekee Cottage for Sale. Eleven room cottage, 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. - W. B. BGEFORP, Indianapolis. A child of Emmett Jones of Canal atreet had her band scalded yesterday morning in a cup of hot coffee. Dr. Hetheriogtdn attended. The Sun for- bleaching clothes them. Just re- . You can't change \ Pearline. bu: -^ brightness ana _ v and newness back, then yoi: "-the. Tlic ca:;c, the cconoin\', of time ::::1 washed —ihcsc -'' only points thr.t ,Pearline. The - , , , , better, all . / /' / .' women, who ha\-c ' •' .' themselves, have used hundreds Q* J Peddlers and so-.e r.r.scrupulous OCHU or " the same ns lY-ar!inc." I and if your grocer sends P il Back honest— send it buck. 'eariine for washing member that ,' any colors with, ,' if you \vartt the freshness brought _. want Pearl-. the safety, the saving" "~" of things *"" % are not the: recommend ''•> work is done through, proved this of millions of packages. CTTOce.-s wi'.! tell yow " ilii:> is as good as" T'S l-'ALSl'—Pearline is never peddled, YOU soniething ' ' r " *'~ ' ~ , '4 •••j Bright for in place of Pearline, b* JA.MES PYLE, New York. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. TtVill Day you to be particular as to whose seeds yo« buy. ' wi are now in the market with a fall line of Laadret 1's seeds for the She Enable to put oo tngSrden. he should u»e nothing but the very be«V the tmuble.to P ndreih , s j> eeds for fou , years and have never heard^^ingto '.';,& $ 8 ••as ."'as * i$ :rl than^nVoldVince'w-e ba\-e beea in the business? We also have a IUH tuu, 0t ^£l™£to?X?^tI*adr*to&Somto*to** 115 years in th. occupation of seed growing, ; George Harrison. ^ 617,623 Broadway. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER fi&rtDS SNVITflTIONS NOTEttEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, ENVELOPES fl You get our figures and the work. Do not fail to v call the JOURNAL for Job on Job Printing V*n<talia tine ExcurMlonn. Logansport to Indianapolis and return on sale April 23d and 94.ih, good returning April 2Gtb. Rate |3 15. Logansport to Indianapolis and return April 29 ih to May 1st, inclusive, good returning May.2d. Bate $2-35. Trains leave Loganspsrt 7:34 a. m ., arrive at Iidlanapolis 10:45 a. m. Leave Logansport 2:50 p. m., arrive at Indianapolis 6:15 p. m. J. C. EDGEWOIITH, Ag't. tow Bate* via P«n»sylvanla Linen u> On April 29th, 30th, and May 1st, the round trip rate to Indianapolis will be one fare from ticket stations in Indiana, on the Pennsylvania Lines. Reduced rate tickets will be sold account tha meeting of the Supreme Council Uniform Rank K. of P.. to all applicants, and will be good returning until May 2d, inclusive. Home Se«ter»' Excursion to Mlchl- KBB potato, VMI Vandalla Line- On May 7. ISUd. Vaodalla Line will aell to various, pom it ia Michigan, excursion tickets at oua fare for the round trip. For full particular! call on any Vandalia Line agent, or address B. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. tow «steB to In<U»n«poIlM, Tim dalia Line. For the K. cf P. ( Eacampment at Indianapolis, the Vandalia Line will sell from points in Indiana, on April 29, 30, and May 1, 1895, excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good returning to and including May 2, 1895. Have You Kidney Trouble? Have You. Throat Trouble? , ; '|| Have You Rheumatism? 'M Have You Bladder or Urinal^ Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold W BEX FISHER. DniwteL Cmcioo, March 7, ISM. DR. BDRHXAN. CHICAGO. •'i Mr DKAKsni-Mj attention, was flint ealtail « SAN-JAK lart year m the ca»e ot Captain J.-Jt,- Broslus. »t Terre Haute, Ind . who ,wa« »«**•* iff this City with acute nephrltli and cr»;itU fl«-' flamm»tlonol tbe bladder a»d wdnwO. Alter. prescribing theunuil remedies without avail SM-/V Jalc was sufflwsted, and ih« Improvement wai •»'.; marked alter tbe first do*e, and acoropleti atom followed so npeedllj. that I at once commenced M ' ln»esil«aUou ot its merits and h»ve slnoe^pr*-:,- scribed it in almost even known lorm ot WdMf:. bladder, urethr*!. vaginal mid caiarrnal trooolM, ; loliowed la eich Instant by the happiest jesalU.; ; A ease ot enoresl»(lnTOlannirf Bow ot nrlne)'- my own fcunliy was very muctt Improved br a doses, and radically cared la lew tban a " From practical experience In a nnmoer ol ca»es ol leucorrtioea l am Tree to s-'iy that l found no remedy tnac is HflcHl to SAN-JAK. ^ And while l have D67erbelo."e given » praDB-. •..• Monal ludorsement to * proprte-'ary remflor, ucnesllatlnclj and «lthout reserve that i . SdM-SAS™ t AK H veritable booa to Smnaaltj ; atier ap;>Wne It to the 5Ure»c pro;es»iou»l t CUD say wl -h confluence, it is better Uian it U •• "T^Sl OTiumae to prescribe it In all ca»er ot" eenlto-nrtaatyorcatarrbal troubles, In eoce to .-W'ouier known remedies. a SXRVK TONIC. SAS J AK can &* relied ratlr-ily. The delicious tasw of s ^>o m I» favor. In prescribing It c&lldren. I r«n ai ureseot usl.ig oA.J>-Ji aa. • alterative m skin diseases, and in severe ctrtntc eczema have yielded so readlirw, Iti rlaeno? that 1 shall continue to nsa It In g!n cases f eejfnjt conUdent ihat 1C will mw: all T : BEN FISHER DRUGGI&

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