Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 21, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 21, 1895
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DO i intend buying a pair of shoes or slippers soon? If you do YOU Are certainly going to bay them where you can get the best for the least money. Cotne and SEE The beaatiful 'ine of shoes and slippers at the Boston Sample Shoe Store and you will at once see THE Advisability of leaving your old war price Uncling post uncl coming to a modern up to-dato shoo store •where you can get the Jjeet footwear that- in made at about half price. Toil can see the POINT Now no doubt. We wish to have to have you call and examine our goods. Our prices will do the rest. Von't procrastinate. Now is the acceptable time. PORTER'S CASE CONTINUED f^> He Will Profciblr be Formally Men- tented Mon<Uy-He »»y» Ma Will XotMve Three Yean, Lewis Porter who waa captured and placed la jail yesterday morning, as stated In the Saturday Journal, after being a fugitive from the authorities for several weeks, Btlll claims be is Innocent of the offence of which be was convicted, that of receiving stolen property. He alleges that Joseph Stumbaugh who is now serving his sentence for alleged complicity with Porter in the alleged theft of pork from John Tyner, was alone gull'y of the crime charged. On the way In from Robert Campbell's Clinton township home, known as the Atkinson place, where he was captured by the sheriff and his aisiatants, Porter said he regretted hi* action in running away; that the exposure had ruined bis health, and that he hardly hoped to live until his three years' prison sentence expires. He claims that be he has not been near home, until Friday and Saturday, since his escape. Prosecutor Hale moved yesterday that Porter be sentenced at once and conveyed to the prison north. Judge Lalry continued tho case until Monday. _ ASHFORD CROOK ACQUITTED WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages VorSale. Wanted Lota ana Acre* Fpr Sale. Wanted Small yarnM Foe Sale, Wanted Business Blocks For Sale. wonted to Exchange Karms for City Property, wanted MorehnndLne to Trade for Farms. DDBES3 M. .11. GORDON. Sprf Block Loganipott, Indiana. Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. Now Idans In Gold Crown and nrldge Work. NEW HARNESS SHOP. I have moved my harness and saddlery shop to 02C 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 otreet between 5ch and Cth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHA8, MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL The Jury Consume* Ktalit Mourn JlrlnfflnKOnn Man to Hie Opinion of the MSJorlty. Ashford Crook has been acquitted of the charge of malicious trespass, and It is said he il preparing to sue his partner, Lewis W. Smith for a parti tion of the ten acre farm in Adams township, which has been the bone of oontention between them. The jury went out to settle Ashford's case at 6 p. m. Friday, and it has developed that on the opening ballot eleven were for acquittal and one self-willed man against acquittal. The lone juryman held out in his opinion until 2 o'clock and then the vote showed a dozen for allowing Crook to go free. The verdict was read at tho opening of court yesterday. Core for Htidtchc. As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very beat. It effects a permanent cure and the most habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are nflltoted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In oases of habitual constipation Electric 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. SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 21 M. D. Fanaler, who has been seriously sick, was able to out in his carriage yesterday. You should see our waists and skirt* and ^e convinced that' prices are the lowest—Trade Palaco. White shirts, 8 cents; cuffs, per pair, 4 cents; collars, 2 cents. Cut prices—Lee Wan Sing Nothing Like Them—Tkose fine suits for spring wear, equal to tailor made. Sold only by Jos. G. Grace, 426 Broadway. Wanted—Reliable, energetic canvassers; weekly pay, constant em. ployment. Write Ellwanger * Barry, lit. Hope Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. We have a few more carpets In Brus•ells at 40 cents, velvets at 80 cents per 7»ri. Call early, also a full line of straw mattings and llaoleums at the Trade Palace. Muter Willie Sample was agreeably surprised last evening by thirty of his little friends. Parlor games were the chief amusement. All reported a good time. Refreshments were served. "Say, neighbor, I fe«l better since I insured my life in the Travelers of Hartford, Conn, Don't you?" "Yes; certainly I do. Isn't it surprising what a low rate we get?" .Peru Chronicle: D. W. Marquis was up from Logansport last night trying to form a company to give spring races here. Marquis and several other horsemen undertook to give a fall meeting last year but the project was a failure. The people who formerly furnished the money to canduot race meetings are not as enthusiastic over the matter as they might be under different circumstances. to be Present. The missionary lecturer, S. L. Mershon, of Chicago, will address the convention o! the Christian Endeav_ orors of the Third district at Wina- mao Thursday and Friday, Among the other notable speakers in attendance will be tho Rev. Kapp of Richmond, the Rev. Appleby of Indianapolis, and the Revs. D. P. Putnam, C. B. Wellborn. H A. Peroival and J. C. Kauflman of Logansport. Yo« Don't Dirt ID Sircar Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agriculture in an editorial about No-To-Bao tho famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many cases cured by No-To- Bao, one, a prominent St. Louis arch- itaot. smoked and chewed for twenty years; two boxes cured him so that even the smell of tobacco makes him sick." No-to-Bac sold and guaranteed by B. F. Keosllng, druggist. No cure no pay. Book free. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. George W. Flanegan Is auctioneer at the sale of tho Golden Rule stock. $500,000 OFFERED. Remarkable Success |of a Foreigner.— Tho History of Tone's Wonderful Remedies.—Make Him a Mil« . lituulre in Seven Tears. They are Fre«crliio<( by Hundreds of FhrilcUns In thin Conulry. and Keconitneoded from the Pulpit. Since Teno came to this country some two and a half years ago, his remedies have found u home at every nresido. The Inct, alone, that they have been adopted by hundreds ot pliystclans la their every day practice. Is, perhaps tne trreatest guar- anWe tis io thelc merit.. Many reverend gent e- men have commended. highly from the poiplt. notahly unions them belne tae Bev Geo. Prta- lean. or the ll. E. oharch, Xenla. 0., and < he Bev. X P, McXatt, Bradner, 0., also a Methodist clergyman. Betors Yeno loft Europe, * syndicate ot wealthy gentlemen, seeing the great possibilities In these remedies, made turn an off« ot $oOO,OOO.CO for hts entire business, The Veno Remedies ar* SDld by 50.000'drtiKglsts In the Dnltwl Stales, with full Instructions lor home as* as follows: VESO'SCURATtVE STROP (50c a bottle). Is a rosltlvt> cur« for weak stomach, dyspepsia, liver, kidney, blood and urinary troubles, sleeplessness, poor appftue ami K<>ner.-il weakness, and whea used with YKJiO'S ELBOTRIC fLIiln (50c a bottle), will cure the worst and most desperate forms ol rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, parabsls, stiff joints, nenralslaacid nd aches and fains. YKXO'S tUSfl TOMC (50c a bottle), a QQick Mid permanent eura Tor tiiroat and lunz troubles asthma, broiiohias, hoarseness, and coughs and colds. Sold by Johnston, KeesUng and Ben Fisher, I Drosglsu and guaranteed te. cure or money refunded. • PENNSYLVANIA CLASS "P 1 ' ING1NEB A Pennsylvania official claims tha the class "P" engines on that system are in most respects superior to:th famous 999 of the New York Centra despite all that has been said and written about that locomotive. The official calls attention to the fsct tha the heavy class P engines in use on the Pennsylvania lines are superior in most respects to the engines oo the New York Central. The Central'i big locomotive Is famous the world over for its speed, but it could haul bu four cars when running on schedule time with the Empire State express, and if attached to any of the Penneyl vania's through express tralcs, which usually consist of five Pullmam and three or four coaches, i could not begin to make schedule time because the 84-inch drivers under a sixty-ton engine mean a loss in hauling capacity ihat would cause the 99! to stall on a heavy grade The engineers on the Pennsylvania railroac explain the advantage of two engines on heavy trains by the fact that the two locomotives need not be workec bard, except on grades, and the consumption of fuel ia consequently cot so great as might be supposed. The double headers give a great deal o reserve power that needs be used only In emergencies, and the advantage in that respect is an important one. Martin Euritt, night agent at the lower Adams Express office is sick and off duty. Frank Wollkill formerly of this oUy,' is again running an engine on the Northern Pacific in Montana. Pan Handle conductor James Ken. ney has purchased the Radabaugb property on upper North street and will move Into It this week. Trainmaster G-rennan of the Indian, apolls division of the Pan Handle, who Is well known in this city, will oele brate hie silver wedding tomorrow. C. A. Timewell, formerly trainmaa ter of the Detroit division of the VVabash, is now claim adjuster of the Standard Accident Insurance company with headquarters at Detroit. A rumor- has been in circulation that the Pan Handle and other Penn. sylvatla llnea would discontinue the use of Pullman sleeping oars in a short time. President Roberts denies the report and says that the contract with the Pullman company does not expire for five years yet aad at the ond of that time will probably be renewed as the relations between the two companies have always been friendly and profitable. T. P. A. Netes. On the first day of April the membership of the aFBOcalon In good standing in the various divisions was as follows: Missouri, 1764; Illinois. 1194; Indians, 1083; Texas, 729; Tennessee, 705; Wisconsin, 688; Virginia, 867; Arkansas, 888; Kentucky, 279; Alabama, 270; Mississippi, 229; Colorado, 197; Louisiana, 195; Georgia, 129; Oregon and Washlcglon, 169; Pennsylvania, 126! Maryland, 125; California, 105. The remainder of the dMslong are under 100. The total membership was 9 016 but but we expect to go to San Antonio 15,000 strong. Many members of the T. P. A. of A. throughout the country have adopted the custom of placing after their names on hotel registers wherever they.stop, the initials "T. P. A." followed by their membership number. This ie a useful custom, SB well as a pleasant one. and frequently leads to pleasant acquaintanceships between members who might otherwise not meet. It is a custom which can but be beneficial both to members and association. Our worthy friend and brother H. F. Trick met with a painful Injury a few days ago while handling hla baggage and is now laid up, but expects to be out again soon, at he is too much ol a hustler to be off duty long. We hope soon to eee, him as 'wellas ever. J "Notnlm Venture, Jfothlnir H»ve." 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.",—ROT. Francis W. Poole. Pastor Central Pres. Church, Helena, Mont. It is the medicine above all others for catarrh, and is worth Its weight in gold. I can use Ely's Cream Balm with safety and it does all that is claimed for it.—B. W. Sperry, Hartford, Conn. _ Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of Lemon. Laiative and is perm? nently cured of Headache, Backache and. Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. I Mllltla «n the FroiUer.1 "The Girl I Left Behind Me." is a drama involving exciting military events on the frontier, including In dlans, and a garnishment of a hall dozen lovers. The company i§ a splendidly selected one. Mr. Stuart as Gen. Kennlon. Mr, Heisey as Major Burlelgb, Mr. McFadden and Mr. Preston as the two lieutenants, Hawks worth and Parlow, respectively, Mr. Frederick Hood as Dr. Pen wick, all the way from Quebec; Mr. Leo as the Indian -Scar Brow " Miss Johnson as ••Kate Kennlon," Miss Collins as Lucy Hawksworth, Miss Ogden as Wilbur's Ann, Miss Lee a§ "Fawn \fraid." and Muster Lee as Dick Burlelgh, and the balance of company, fill their respective parts with a finish that merits the greatest approval of all critics. To be at the opera house next Mocdity night. _ Convinced AffuinHI HIM Will. Nearly every one for miles around Horely, Mich. , knows Cbae. A. Jones, whose farm lies two and a half miles northwest of that village. Hia friends and they were numerous, feared he wou d not long bo spared to them, for the doctor pronounced him afflicted with heart disease aod said he might drop dead any minute. This wa? not a very pleasant reflection for his wife who watched htm almost constantly once she found him where he fell un conscious in the yard. His appear ance indicated paralysis, the doctors were culled 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 Vitallzer and Its effectual uee by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug ssore fora sample, and as he expressed U: "I had little faith In patent medicines, but some. thing seemed to convince me that this was a good one and could be relied upon. D'o you know I felt batter and slept well after taking two doses? I want to say to you that Dr. Wheeler'e Nerve Vltallzer Is the most wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me so completely that I never fait better In my life." Mr. Pike who Bold him the medicine, says: I wouldn't 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 drue business." It Is equally as valuable for other nerve diseases, such as nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleep lesaness, mental depresslon/exhausted vitality, despondency and general debility, For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug- ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Coulson, the Druggist, is headquarters for moth balls. Don't miss "The Girl I Left Behind Me" tomorrow night. Those all wool serge skirts lined throughout at $1 50 are going lively— Trade Palace. It is a conceded fact that Joe Grace sells more children's suits than all the other clothiers combined. A surprise party was given Friday night In honor of Willie Sample by about thirty of his little friends. Supt. Gardner yesterday conducted the second examination of prospective county graduates at the central school building. A fourteen room brick residence wll be erected this summer at No. 832 Market street by Zack Taylor and brothers. It Is reported that Mrs. Mary Dickerhoff. will sue Logansport for damages for al'eged .injuries received, so she claims, in a fall on a sidewalk in the city. •• The Y. P. B. F. of the Baptist church will hold a rally at the church tonight in place of the church services at which time an interesting program will be rendered. It is reported by those who are supposed to know that the cherries have seen winter-killed, and that the Deacb.es will not be in evidence this summer in this section. Miss Lillian Black, a returned missionary from Burmah. will speak in ,he Baptist church Monday evening at '-.SO. A cordial invitation is extended ,o the public to be present. A petition has been put in olrcula. jion aiklng for a new bridge at the 3road Ripple ford east of Logansport four miles. The petitioners will ask that the old Market street structure be used for their purpose. A Kokomo special says that eleven of the thirty-six 1'iquor dealers of that place have closed or are preparing to dose their places of business, claim, ng that they can make no profits under the Moore and Nicholson laws, A young lady whose name could not IB learned riding a bicycle, collided nth a horse and buggy at the corner if Broadway and Fourth street about o'clock last evening. She was brown off her wheel but did not seem o be much hurt, but got up and sped ,way. ' IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. ItVill pay you to be partioular'as to whose seeds joa bay. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth'u seeds for the season of 1895 and I wish to say to the nardeners aad others using seeda, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some other* they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no otoer seeds eicept those grown by Landretb & Sons of Philadelphia our coin tomers may rely on setting nothing but the very best. I believe that the cost of theseedsisnothinR'comparedtothecrop.'and when a person DM the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best. We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never neara a smew complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever oarticular and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost tne «n- tire trade of all tho cardeners around Logansport as well as many from » distance. Our t?ade has increased on thi» particular line of goods njore than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and fiflld seeds. . ' Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in tne occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway. See The Specialists For cnronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that ha« given wonderful results. . Don't forget that tb.'ir vapor treatment for all Chronic .Lung Troubles cets the remedies to the diseased spots and cnrea when everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It costs you nothing for consul tatiou. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, AT The Medical and SurflicaUnstitute. 417 Market St. Logan sport. I nd. For Sale at a Bargain Beautiful Residence of Cyrus Myers. Desirous of returning to California soon I offer for sale at half;. 1 ;; value the property of the late Cyrus Myers, situated on Clifton avenue, North Side. A modern two story house, well constructed, containiug 9 '. rooms well finished, and basement. This is one of the most beautiful -,;'; places in the county. The realty consists of about 4 acres of high ;,... rolling ground, mostly in lawn, with fruit aud shade trees, grape arbor, •<•'• (lower garden, berry patch, and surrounded by cement walks. On ._•;.: premises are milk house, with system of water flow, a well constructed barn, chicken house, place for stock, two good cisterns and well. ' :. Also two fields, 4 and C acres respectively, adjoining North SId«' y school house, will be sold at low figures. For information call at premises. Jerome Myers, Clifton Ave. THE CHDIICHEH Fiitsx PKKSBTTKRIAN CBDBCH—Rev. D. P. Putnam, pastor. Services «l 11 a. m and 7 x)il p. in.. Sundar school at 9:30 n. in. Yoimir people's meeting at 0:30 p. m. AcordluL weloom* lor nil. BAPTIST CHCBCH.—Mrs. L, M. Beck State pre«- Idont of the W. C. T IT. will occupy the pulpit tills morning nt 10;:jO Sunday school at 1'2 m. YOUHK People's meeting at 6 p.m. All are Invited. CHUKCH OF CHRIST (Sctentlst)-Senices will be held In their new rooms In tl>e Magee blocK, corner ot Sixth mid Broadway. Bible Class at 10:30 Sunday morning. All are cordially Invited toattund. BKOADWAY PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH—Bev. H. A. fercival pastor. Preaching at 11 am and7:30 pra bjthe pastor. Sunday School nt 930. a m V. P. S. C. JK. meeting at «:30. Strangers and others are cordially invited to attend. EVANGELICAL CHUBCD:—Rev. 8. J. Zeicfolal, pastor Services today as follows: Sabbath school atfl'SOa. m. preaching at 10:30 a. m by the pastor. Y. P. A. at G p. m. Preacblni? in the evening at 7 p. in. All aro cordially Invited. UNTNCHSAUST Cffmicn-Itev. T. S. Guruie pastor. Service today «t 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m. Rev. J. B Fisher supplies the pulpit In the absence of the pastor. Sunday school at JO a. m.. Edward Canls Supt. You' K people's meeting at 0:15 p. m. All are Invited. A.M E CmmCH—drnerof CIcott and Market street'. Bev. K. McDanlel pastor. Preaching at 10 30 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Dythe pastor. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Teachers' meeting every Wednesday evening. Prayer meeting .-very Thursday evening. All are cordially Invited ARKJfl- STKKKT M. E. CHUHCH-ReV W. R. Wones, pastor. Preaching at WAS a. m. and 7:30 p m. by the pastor. Class at 11 AJ ». m and C:30 p. m. Sabbath schuol at n JO a. m. Xpworth League at GSO p. m. Topic. "The Three yrl«nd»." Leader, Mrs. Brobaker. A cordial Invitation L« extended to all. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CmmCH-Bev. Dongmss I Hobbs, Kector. Services today as Mlbws: 7 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a. ui. Sunday School 11 a. m. Morning Prayer bapHftn and sermon on "The Resurrection Life or Life Through the Rinen Cdrlst" 7:30 p. m. evening prayer and sermon. A cordial welcome given to all. CBKISTIAH CBUHCH—Convr Ninth and Spear streets. Rev. T. 3. Freeman, pastor.. Revival servlwa at H a. m. ana 7^0 p, m. Sonday School <it 9:3* a. m.. G. N. Berry. Supt Y. P. S C E. at 6:15 p. m. Rev. D. R. Locax, D. D.. oiIndianapolis, will deliver a sermon In the morning <m "How God Educates Men"' and In ihe evening on "The Great Conflict." A welcome lor ail. ST LCJiE'S EVANGELICAL LCTHKRAS CHtiBCU. Bev. J. C. Kauffman, pastor. Serrice' at 11 a. ra. Sunday school at 930, Junior Endeavor at 3:«0. voung people's society of Christian EndeaviiratCJ'. On account of the funeral of Mrs. (jarver ai M. PisgKh church In the afternoon there will ua no evening services. You are invitee. BROAD WAT SL E. CffUBCU-Rev. H. J. Xorrls pasior. Preaching at 1! a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Clas.* me*tliig at 0 a m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Senior Leaene at 6:30 p. in, conducted by Hiss Mame CusojnKn. Mr*. Beci or BloomlnKton, Ind.. president ol the V. C. T. U. will lecture at 7:30 p, m. All are Invited. Mmxlnlcuekee Cottars tar Sale. Eleven room cottage. 100 leel lake front; will give a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B BCRFORD. Indianapolis. Carpets and draperies by the car load at the Trade Palace. A Correction. Yesterday's Journal stated that a' fight between two .local sluggers oc«; curred la, John Eckert's saloon oil, Thursday evening. Mr. Eckert in«> forms the Journal that the row did not take place there nor had the participants at any time of the day been in bis place. He further states thai,. hb keeps an orderly house and dowK'" not allow fighting or boisterous talk'';'; on the premises. The Journal 'WM misinformed as to tho location. What In the Work of the To remove from tha blood Us purities. The products of'cell wa«tM : <( which have been burned up in sustain- ; ;|| Ing life and giving strength to system. Every particle of blood 1*: the body goe* through tt& kldni every three minutes, and if thOMV organs are unable to perform thalf work fully, sooner or later the sy«tenK Is poisoned. Therefore, "San Jalt" ! the indicated blood remedy. \erro»« DebiUtj. Erery person baring nervous deblU-.{\| ty. organic weakness, or filling memory, Is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have extended medical aid such as is found til ••SanJak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. • : - Orphan Boy Placed ID Jail. Willie Tyre, an orphan fcoy abou* sixteen years of age, poorly clad, aod:fi- with his face bruised and scratched,^ was placed in the female ward of th« jail last night about 8 o'clock charged,;; with assault and battery. Thobof | bad trouble with a family on_t Side and the result was his arrest. Baeklea'a Arnica Salve. <.-;{ The best salve in the world for ouUi' bruises, sores, ulcers, salt fever sores, tetter, chapped chilblains, corns, and all skin tions, and positively cures piles, or.BV<| pay required. It is gaaranteed **|; give perfect satisfaction cr money 'r»»Jj funded. Price 25 cents per box. F«iii| sale by B. F. Keesling. Druggist D. E. Pryor has a Eister,display in his store window < Broadway. ^ •• See the many new silks to be opened;! tomorrow. Don't miss this silk •»!•—-|| Trade Palace, ~ : '-'"--**%

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