Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 20, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 20, 1895
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Xntorlincd"Cellu!oid"Col]ar3andCnfT3 turn water like a duck's back and show neither spot nor soil. They arc not effected Ijy perspiration, and always look as if right out of the box. When (.hey get soiled you can clean them iu a minute by simply wiping off with a wet cloth. These urc but a few of the advantages of wearing the "Celluloid" Collars and Cuffs. There ;uc iimny others that you will readily discover the first time you wc;ir one. They arc the only waterproof interlined collars Mid culls imide. lie-sure to pet the genuine with this trade marl: LLUljQin , Kcete* 11 b" MARK- ~" stamped inside, if you desire pcrfi-ci •-.iiti.-'action. Iilad'.- in all si/.cs ;::iu ai! •-.lyles. If yoi: rrm't JJft tliciu at I 1 ;;.dealers, wo"' ' -.-i Dimple i-o^m/-;, on recciji'. • '• Collars, :•> cci.Ui cacli. Cui:.,. ..;t s pair. Stt!tcsix.e, and wlictlirr 3<'t; want a staud-up 01 timicd-clown collar. THE CELLULOID COMPANY, 427--JO nroiuIWTj', NKW YOltK. BasSaSJBEHfc D. W. TOMLINSON. HEAL ESTATE bought and sold.' MONEY loaned on reasonable terms, OFFICE 408 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4th Street. Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. New Ideas In Gold Crown anil BrldKO Work. NE WEAKNESS SHOP. ' I have moved my harness and saddlery shop to 620 Twelfth street, where I will turn out the best; goods for the least money. GEO, W. FOSTER, WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between ucb. and Cth street. Will be sold 00 reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS, MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MOKNLNG, APRIL 20 Strawberries and soup bush—Rothermel. Capes, oapos, oapea, they must be sold—Trade Palace. It Is your duty to buy right, therefore, read Otto's bargain list. Percale shirts for 48 cents today at the Bee Hive. See our window. You positively would have bought elegant mother's friend walats for S5o If you had read Otto's advertisement. This IB the last day. Wanted—Good canvassers for Lo- gtnsport and other cities to take orders for Improved Family Mall Box. A itrlotly first-class article—Thoa. B. Denlston, Peru, Ind. ••Say, neighbor, I feel bettor niece I Insured my life In tho Travelers of Hartford, Conn. Don't you?" "Yes; certainly I do. Isn't it surprising what a low rate wo get?" $500,000 OFFERED. Bcmarkablo Success "of a Foreigner.— The Hl8tor>" of Vena's Wonderful Remedies. — Mnke Him a Mil- llcimlre in Seven Years. ar« Prencrlked bj- Hundretlfi of hfclrlanHln thin Country, and Recommended from the Pulpit Since Vt-no came to tnl.« country some two nnd n halt yenra oco. bis remedies have found a home at every llresUlo. The fact, alone, that they have been adopted by hundreds of physicians In their every Uny practice, K perhups tne KWitrat RUIIT- ant«e na io thelc merit Many reverent! cent e- men have conuwmltM highly from the palplt. notably anionK them belns the Rev Geo. Prts- leon. of the M. £ obnrch, Xeula. 0., ana -he Rev. A. P. McSott, Brailner, 0., also a Methodist clergyman. Before Veno left JJtirope, a syndicate of wealthy Kentlemen, swing tlw Kreat possibilities In these remedies, made him an offer of S500.000.IO for als entire business. The Veno Remedies ftre a9lU by oO.OOOMrnRglstt In the United Staies. with full Instructions for home nsi» as .follows: VESO'SCUBATIVESTRUP (50o a bottle), la n, Donltlve core for wealc stomach, dyspepsia, llvor, kidney, blood and urinary srooWss, sleeplessn«>ss. ' DOO-«".'>> f ii" "'His-.er.il wfjikn»ss, and when u.,,l vfii V-NO'N r:t,r: TBU! FLlTlt) (SOc a bot- i;.«', v>iii c ir • i it-\vj.-st anil most desperate forma of rh"iniinvs'.ii. wiutlfa, lurabHKO, paraljsls, griff join:.". ne^riJRUi and all »cb.«s and pains. VESO'S LUaO TOXIC f»)o a bottle), a qnlclc lind perojanent cure for throat and lung troubles Hjthma, broncrdtls, boarscness, and coughs aud colds. So'd br Johniton. Kee»lin« and Ben Fisher, Dnajt'ts and guaranteed W core 01 rnosej re- fundod. OFFICIAL RECOBDS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ^•^^^••ft^^lf!f^i^llSI/^;^l!f«>^w^^^ .' 11 ••-. • ''•V '• .. ,Mi. i \-\"-* l ^';'V'"j\^; l ^ 1 ^'7ry^i*j«Swl^*3l•••''.!' A Well Known Physician Te»«n the X«w OUeorery With Moat HuceenB- fol Ifcwultf. Dr. George F. Brooks, No. 29 Tern- pie Place, Boston, says: ••I have used a good many rheumatism medicines in the course of my practice, but lean candidly say that I never saw a remedy as effective as Munyon'e Rbeumatlsm Cure. I gave the sample bottle I go. Monday to one of my patients, a lady who has had cbronlo rheumatism In her limbs for years. Her knee and elbow joints were stiff, and she suffered frreat pain Its effect was relief from pain simply marvelous, was obtained in a In- It few hours after the first dose and side of twenty-four hours the lady was leellng batter than she had for years I shall pretcribe Munyon'a Cure Io all cases of rheumatism that come under my care In the future." Munyoa'd Rbeumatlsm Cure IB guar anteed to cure rheumatism In any pari of the body. Acute or muscular rheu mattsm cured ID from one to five days, It never fails to cure sharp, shooting paias io the arms, legs, sides, back of breast, or soreness in any part of the body In from one to throe hours. Is guaranteed to promptly cure lame ness, stiff and swollen joints, stiff back, and all palna In the hips and lolne. Chronic rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago or pain In ihe back are spend- i)y cured. Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Bern, edy Company of Philadelphia, put up specifics for nearly every disease which are Bold by all druggists, 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 theirtJlaease. Professor Muoyon will carefully diagnose the case and gire you the benefit of his advice absolutely free of all charge The Remedies will he sent to any address on receipt of retail price. BADLY SCALDED The Twin liable* ol'HIr. and Mrs. John Jlerron Injured While Vlxltlne at aiontlcello. The twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. John Horron, which were badly scalded some days ago at Moatlcello, where Mrs. Herron had taken them for a visit with relatives, are &ald to be doing nicely, and no serious results from the Injury are looked for. The little ones were seated in a baby carriage near a stove on which a tea kdttle was placed. One of the infants pulled the kettle of boiling water over on itself and baby relative, and botb wore badly scalded. The father, John Herron, is a resident of the South Side and is a Pan Handle bridge cwpenter. Convinced AsulnHl HIM Will. Nearly every one for miles around Morely, 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 wouid not long be spared to them, for the doctor pronounced 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; once she found him where he fell unconscious in the yard. • His appearance indicated paralysis, the doctors were called again, but they did not understand his case, consequently couldn't do muah for him. He was In thle condition when he heard of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug ssoro fora sample, and as he expressed it: '-I bad little faith In patent medicines, but something seemed to convince me that this was a g«od 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'e Nerve Vttalizer Is the most wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me 80 completely that I never fait better In my life.". Mr, Pike who sold him the medicine, says: I wouldn't have believed such a cure possible 1( 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 is equally as valuable for other nerve diseases, such as nervous prostration, spasms, fit*, sleep. lessnesa, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility. Tor sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Fnneral of Fred Bismarck.! The funeral of Dr. Fred Bismarck, who died atDanver, Col., of consumption Thursday night, will.be held at ihe homo, No. 409 North street, Sunday afternoon, The Rev. J. B. Foher of the UnlveriftlUt church, -will officiate. at DIED ON THE TBJLDf. Mr*. Mary Murphy of Augusta, Kans., died, on a Wabash passenger train between this city and Peru Thursday. She was over 74 years old and had a ticket to Detroit. Her death was oaussd by heart failure. Pan Handle engineer Jacob Moak of Chicago is in the city. Wm. Mitchell Pan Handle agent Idaville was In the cliy yesterday. Pan Handle brakeman Cbas. Seed Is recovering from an attack of sick, ness. Christopher Craln a well known Pan Handle freight brakeman will soon wed a young lady of-the Eaat End. The wedding of Henry Bergman. the Pan Handle operator, and Miss Lena Brookmeyer will occur next Wednesday. They will reside on the West Side Pan Handle cocduotor Dan Porter and wife were agreeably surprised Thursday evening by a parly of frien is it being the first anniversary of their marriage. The Indianapolis Journal is officially informed that the projectors of the In- dianapolii, Loganeport & Chicago will again hrlng the matter of their granting an entrance to the city before the board of public works within the next ten daye, and ask that some definite action be taken. That general business Is improving gradually, says a railway official, is demonstrated by the returns of railroad earnings for March. The aggregate gross income of 132 roads shows an increase of $224.897 over March, 1894. "True" said he "the gain is small, but none the less Important as an indication that further Improvement may be expected with perfect confidence." A number of Pennsylvania officials are attending the annual meeting of the American Railway association at St. Louis. Among the number are Joseph Wood, General Manager of the Pennsylvania lines west of Plttsburg; E B Taylor, general superintendent of transportation; Charles Watts, gem- era! superintendent of the Pennsylvania northwestern system; John F. Miller, general superintendent of the southwestern system. Railroad companies are complain- log of the persistency with which many lawyers are urging law suits on people who have been injured in collisions and other railway accidents. A Pan Handle brakeman who lost an arm some time ago has been very much worried by attorneys, each of whom promised him R good settlement if the case was left with him. As yet he-haa not entered suit and does noi intend to if the company will accord him fair treatment. R,F Smith, superintendent of the Pennsylvania Voluntary Relief Department, yesterday sent out his bulletin for March, which shows that there was disbursed in death benefits $5,250; in accident benefits, $6,082,75; in eiok nese benefits. $9.621,60 making the total disbursements of the month, $22.854,35. The sickness benefits were the largest paid In any month since organization, and 1,021 members received benefits. In the eUty-nlne months the astoclatlon has been in operation there has been disbu-eed to its membars in death benefits from accidents, $132,966.69; in death benefits from natural causes, $377 197 78; in disablement benefits, $429 819 60; total, $1.273,926-27. During this time 67.842 members have received benefits. This statement covert only lines west of Pittsburg. The associa tion on lines east of Fittsburg, has been in operation much longer and its disbursements have been much larger. It's Xot all Gore, ••The Girl I Left Behind Me" is a war drama but it's not all horrid gota and powder and fife and drum and corpiea. It has comedy as well as carnage. Indians, West Point gradu ates, ball room costumes, Indian war councils, love scenes. There are all sorts of Other things In the play, but they mar be teen better than described. The vicissitudes of life on the western frontier hare often been suggested. They have scarcely ever been demonstrated on the stage. Tney have never been put more forcibly and engagingly Into a drama than has been done in '•The Girl I Left Behind Me." The pily will be acted by one of Chas. Frohman's superb companies next Monday night, which comes with a record of over 1,500 performances. Wlnney-Bent. Mr. Wm. P- Winnoy and Mlas Min-' nle E. Bent were married at S o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's parents No. 52 College street, Rev. H J. Norris officiating. They will go to lodianipolia tomorrow to make their home where the groom has a position In the Pan Handle yard*. Paine's Celery Compound is as Superior to me Ordinary Spring Medicice as a Diamond is Better Than Cheap Glass. ^become invalids. homes, children, friends, all must suffer. With in Impaired nervous system pure blood is impossible; health la Impossible. Why not be well? Women and men all over tna coun* try whose strength and vitality have been brought dow,n during the winter months are now tnklnsf Paloe's celery compound, because their physicians ordered it, or because they have learned from other equally trustworthy sources its unfailing powor of buildup the strength, relnvlgorating: the nerves, purifying the blood and making; people well. Paine'* celery compound continues week after week and year after year .to cara the moat dlffioult cases of nervous weakness, and to ranew ths health of countless ailing, desponding 1 women. Paine's celery comoound is reUed on with tmi'Hcit confidence by thousands of diligent wnpe earners, who must keo;> up their fltrength at this But when labor is excessive, protracted or done under groat mental and bodily atralrj, as is usually tho case with the work women are ca'led to do, tho health of the nerves should bp. carefully watched over, and the email beginnings of nervous weakness immediately checked by the use of Paine'e celery compound. The small- lestas-well as the largest cities are full of brave women who might lead dependent llvea. but prefer to work They keep well and equal to their duties by prompt recourse to this genuine nerve regulator and blood re- newer, Paine's celery compound, whenever they feel overworked, run down and in danger of serious illness. This great spring remedy today enables A FAMILY RUMPUS Settled Out of Court—War Between ltroi)ier«-ln-Jj»w. At John Eckert's saloon Thursday night a quarrel occurred between Jamea Cohes and his brother-in-law, Ben Bear, and the result was an affi davit by Baer charging Cohee with ES- eault and battery, Tho latter promised to appear at tho mayor's office at 9 a. m. yesterday and was allowed to go. On his failure to show up the sheriff sent an officer in search of him, and he was brought In yesterday afternoon from Burrows, Carroll county, for trial. In the meantime, however, the matter had been adjusted out of court, and the defendant was dismissed after the sheriffs costs had been paid. Core for Heidiche. As a remedy for all forms of head» aohe Electric Bitters hss 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 bottle, 'and give this remedy a fair trial. Incases of habitual constipation Elec* trio 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. Maxlnknekee Cottage for Sale. Eleven room cottage. 100 feet lake front; will giva a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B, BUKFORD, Indianapolis. OltrUtian Kndeavor Convention. Wlnamac Democrat-Journal: The district convention of the Young Poo- pie's Society of Christian Endeavor, embracing: Fulton, Cass, White and Pulaski counties, will convene in the Presbyterian church of Wlnamac, April 25. 26 and 27. There be a number of speakers of naiional reputation present. Of religious convocations of today none are larger and more enthusiastic than Christian Endeavor conventions. Everybody is most cordially invited to attend the session of this convention. The district officers have been fortunate In being ible to secure Mr. Mershon of Chicago, aa one of the speakers, BncItlenVi Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cute bruises soree, ulcers, salt rheum lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all ekln erup tlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It U guaranteed to give perfect eatkfactlon or money refunded. Price '25 cents per bor. For sale by B. F. K--«l1n L ' Druggist D. E. tv> or has a novel Easter display in his aiore window on Broadway. Death of 8»raJi Bartlett. An old resident of Logansport, the widow of Isaac Binlett, died at Sol- ence Hill. Ky.. the 9th insi., serf 82 years. I?£iac BarUett. l«e fau-h,.rj'! o! the deceased, was for nrioy ysfcr- township trustee of Eel township. Ha died and was buried at Logaasport 20 years ago. Martin Euritt, the Adams Express night agent la sick and off duty. countless men and women to Btendily at work with strong, well-feAy; nerves nod healthy, richly nourished blood and tissues. Ever? woman, if she is "rundo.wn/ in poor health, fretful or weak, if -I blood Uii poor condition, her ^ unstrung—every such woman should.;;.^ heed ruch testimonials as this froo!/^ MtasEiUhR Meed of Fall River.v. : ;;;jg Mass., whose picture is given abOTet>fjpj "I was advised by a friend to t*J/!| Piine's celery compound, 1 ' says MlM ? |j| Meek, "cs I was all run down'from •*:-'$ long season of hard work and Irayel.y*J Nothing that I have ever taken hM ;^| had such a speedy and lasting effoot j|.| . upon mo. I am now advising all my ,y : ^ | friends to take it. For th*t tlred,;;3 | Irritable condition resulting from » : '^| over-taxed nervous system, there to -$3 nothing to equal it." ; ,': ; || Take Paine's celery compound now.:•';>,! It makes people well. 4J Have YOD Kidney Trouble? Have Tou Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism? Have You Bladder or Trouble? , TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FIXHRR. Druggtat CHICAGO, March", 18M, DB. BCKHMAJI. CHICAGO. Mr OKAK-in—My attention was flmt called* SAN-JAK lam year In tb« case of Captain J. m Broslos. «t Terre Haute. Ind.. wh > wn* attack* In th'S City with acate nepltrltl* and csirtitla (l» HammiUon of tde bladder a»d kldnej*] Ana prescribing tneusui! remedies without avail S4B Jak was KntK-sted. and tin lmpto?rment wa* M marked aftsrtbe (Irs : dosw.and acompl«t-« cfll».y:^ followed so ~pe«d!lj-. that I at once commenced «*/^ InvestlxaUo ot Its merits and hnve since pl»^ -V-^j scribed It In alraosi every knowa form or ldaoV'~jj bladder, arethr^l. vasrfnal and cuarrhal trouble!,x'^ followed In e^ch Insta'.c^ Dy tne hapw!«it nga3XK>.~\A A case of Mioresb-Onvolunran C^)w of urine) !»-: '•••'& myown lamliy wan very much lmprov«d bTa •*• -/i^ doses, and radically cared In les« tha.'. a w | » t "»"''3i ftom prictli'dl experience In a nomDet or otm.-;\SK ca>es o£ mcorrdcwa I ara rre« to sar that I haw f^s round no remedy toat Is-qotl to SAN JAK. '-V^K And while I have never before iflven a prolWK ..ivS slonal lnrt«r»ement to H proprle-ary remedy, I mr..ym unhesltatlwtD and llhout reserve Uiat enm-Aj& slder aAX-JAK * veriuble ooon io humanity inftv./is after applvlnult to the surest pro'«»*IO'i»l' teitayv'M can say wl b conlldence, U Is better thaa it la »".;^ commanded co be. ' _-, ;: 'V^ 1 shall coniinne to prescribe It !n all cases «C/ f :, genlto-urlaariorcatarrtal iroubles. In prewe-.v.y ena? to al other known reinwlles. > s a xr.RVr. TOKic, H A.N-J AK can be relKyJ npa 'n"l<""ii -rr.lr-i'. TS« d^licioan tisto or CT ;.,-ii ,r,^ ^ ,1-0 !n Its favor, in Mwcriblne It tt ,-'. i : ,lr-M I am at i.rewntusl"t;:j*N-J*K as I <-l'-i , p !tive In »mndlsaafits.anU tn sew* case* c..,. c'ar nlceczeras. baveycldislsore-idllyto tt*- !»-; llHt-nct^tbat I shall continue U) use it in MIT cases, ffellns confident that It wijlroeei ail , Indications in Kacbca.-* (Signed) 1 *• Yours i . o. W. sirTDTTB, H. D. S*ld BEN FISRER DRUGG

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