Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 8, 1898 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, January 8, 1898
Page 21
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CAN'T GET REST. Holiday Handkerchiefs I 8j as usual, the most beautiful shown in the city. It ig only necessary for U8 to announce our annual holiday "hdkt" sale, as you know from experience our's is the place to buy. Claimed by the Fair Brothers, of Adamsboro. fie Tnat They are the Only tiring Relatives of the Lalle Senator Fair, • A.'a Everett, A.M ,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia and the rational treatment of Chronic Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, C158, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. ^ . , __^ c All Wads insurance ana Loan>. 0 , inaur- incftAiia Bonas written m first class oom- P«i3>. MODO* to lean 6 per cent. S.~M. Closson,3.19 Pearl St. And Will Employ Attorneys to Press '{•Heir Claim In the Courts of California The Fair brothers, of Adaicsboro, Parker and Hezefeiah, are electrified just now by visions of a vast fortune awaiting them in California. They profess to be tnes only living relatives of the late United States Senator Fair, of California, and will engage attorneys to press their claim in the courts of that state. James G. Fair died about four years ago lea/ing an estate ? alued at M«j«r Moses P. Handy, of World's Fair Fame, Dies SswWenly. Plttsburg, Pa., Jan. *-The towboat Percy Keisey blew up on the Ohio river, near Garfield, this morning. The captain and crew of nine men are supposed to be killed. Augusta, Ga,—Major Moses P. Handy died at noon. The remains Physician. Ofllce in Bouse, Oor. Thirteenth and :Sorth streets, professional calls answered promrtly. transport Messenger Service a million anUa halt of dollars. He was a baptelor! and tt,,was thought otiLJtois tljaeTthW there were no vui% relates.//! California wo B. A MOORKhasput upon the streets a •tty. Leace orders at Eel River Livery Barn, •H Phone No S8 New Undertakers. 808 Market itreet, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killlan & Co. promptly attended «> day or night Mr. HENRY WESER, The Merchant Tailor, minsettfp the/claim that she was ' but imei was unable to pro- his wi . duce/utflclMlt proof, and the institutions to>which the deceased senator had lift his estate defeated her in the courts. The Fairs of Adam&boro say that the Callfornian was their uncle, and if they succeed in proving their genealogy correctly, they may yet have an opportunity to enjoy the real luxuries of life. The Pharos hopes that they may be able to establish their claim fully, and that if they get possession of the big estate they will convert the same into cash and invest it all in Logansport. STKONG INDICATIONS Cornea to m Crew of Tea Towboat. Sleeplessness Common Among the Aged. Thin,Pale, Inactive Blood the Underlying Cause. RESTFUL SLEEP FR(W BETTER BLOOD SUPPLY. will be taken for burial. to Berlin, Maryland, SERVICES AT THE CHGRCHE9. Ing neatly done. Sedhim. 324 PEARL STREET. . C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's Now Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market, Streets. Dr- El- ©• Hunt,, — DENT1ST- That the Journal is Not in Love Banna. With fSrthModrn methods, on Fourth .treeu C TT Telephone No. 328 McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. Several Very Raw Digs Recently Given the Ohio «'Drover In I'olities." For several weeks the good Republican folks ol 1 this city have been startled at the appearance In the Journal of what could not be otherwise construed than very vicious attacks on the chief boas of the prosperity party. A few days ago there appeared on its editorial page an article in which he was denounced In scathing languuge. The manager squared matteis next morning by declaring the article a huge joke. This morning another "joke" of a like calibre appeared oitthe telegraph page and was very conspiciously displayed. artlcie s contains the Informa- DA1LYPHAR08 SATURDAY/JAN. 8, 1898. f OITY NRWB Kant you turn to karolval? Kourse I kin. The Cincinnati Enquirer can now be found at taj Alcaziir cigar stord. Ed Elliott, traveling salesman, has Hoovered from a tun days' Illness. A letter received yesteirday from" New Castle states that Hon. A. R. recovering from tlon that/he Republican politicians in Washington are deeply interested in OWo doings and are not slow in evincing their satisfaction over the pjobable defeat of Mr. 1 Hanna. In fact, they are predicting that defeat will be "his just/reward. He is styled'"the drover in politics." They declare that ''/fiasco like that which seems imminent in the Ohio situation would/point a political moral thatwoutf be very gratifying to old part/leaders like Platt, Quay, CullomfLeage, Reed and Clarksou." And in addition to this .attack on the great "boss," It, ft further stated that a 'movements now on Topics to be Discussed in the Pnlpils Tomorrow. Revs. W. E. Belderwolf and K. L Semans exchange pulpits tomorrow morning. Northslde U. B. Church.— Preash ing at 2:30 p. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. •Southslde U. B. Church—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching ao 10:30 a. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor Seventh Day Advensist church, 510 Sycamore street., 0. S. Hadley, pastor.—Preaching Sunday evening, The Southslde Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. The Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms or. Twelfth street, near George. All are Invited. First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Ualversalist church tomorrow morning at U o'clock. Subject: "Jesus Overcoming the Tempter.' An invitation extended to everybody Sunday, at 2:30 p. m., at the Broadway M, E. church. A confer ence prayer meeting. Prayers and consecration. Leader, Rev. Putnam pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh.— Morning service with communion and sermon on "Th Child of Promise," 11 o'clock. Even service, with sermon on "Epistle and Read of All Men," at 'clock. Cumberland Presbyterian church W. McDonald, pastor—Service 111 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunda chool at 9:45 a. m. Morning subject The Creature Glorifying the Cre tor." Evening subject, "A Man rod's Instrument." Baptist church, Rev. F. M. Huck- eberry, pastor.—Sunday school; 9:45 . m. Divine services at 11 a. m. lubject, "Conditions of Acceptable "rayer," Evening service at 7 p. m. Dr. Putnam will preach at evening ervice. A cordial Invitation extend- d to all. Broadway M. E. church', Rev. , L. Semans, pastor—Class meeting Hi 9; Sunday school at 9:45. Rev. W. E. Beiderwolt will pre.ich at 11 a. m. Union meeting, led by Dr. Put- Skroyer is rapldlj fcls recent illness. REAL ESTATIi Keported for the ll'hanw oy Seth M. VelseT% Abstractor. Ellen A. Manders and husband to fool for unhorsing Stc'KMey in 1900, HaW's deleSf to be the first step in that direction"^._, „ • SuchBnews .einanating, ^from the f --^V • J* „'_ l_ _ .t I «.W ni^j* official anclin su suc- . Margaret and Minnie Gllman— The e } of lot 176 in o. p', of West Logan, •orner Plum street and Linden ave. •100. Edwlu and Jennie Rogers to Geo. W. and Mary^Steviina— The e J of ej •f ne J o/ «ec ; 21,' Harrison tp; 60 acres. /I3,20p. M«&itfa H. anci Harriet Tbornai to Jotin P. Illicit— jP'art of lot 32 in • /ji. of G*hreatony 1500. *S»r»h Qf Daveniibrt to plintoa R. CHlson atio 1 wlfey^he ne J of ne } Ql' •ec IS, Wwhlnffto 11 tp; 40 acres. M,-,•00. / / '" Divld Million and wife to Franfr M. Kistlar-Part of lot 13 in o. p. o Hoy*! Centre. $1,200. uuiuicki uigt»" i .k' i."lP^s.-k— cession is considered of a nature too se'rlpjjBjjo be ct.'aractei;ized as> joke. The local pai-ty ^managers' stand aghast. It is Ipcely drascic measures will be taken _ to convince the paper that it must Swallow its honest opinions and stand, by. tl»e. party through thick and •thin or give way to an organ. thjMv will new clgser to the line of party-dictation.. 7 . New Knt»cU»J>oa't Yachts. , The new fchockabonts ^established ate a class by the American ^EaiAf -club hav .the following dimensions : Length over *I1, STJeet 10 inches, w:ith a loacfewaier line length of 3J>..icct;..)»eaiii,.'9 f-" '--- . 32 . ,., area of 635.sq*^e. feet, lea* -t inches, 'and a jib af 16o square f eef ' iire feet - , ro&fcLng total 'ssal alaff.rSOO squiire feet. Otto H. JOT to August* Jox—Parli •f lot 66, la S. 'II. Tlpton's add to, Iiogansport, between 19th and 20tli •U, on Broadway. *100. S. J: Kelsonmnili wife to Marguelk J. Eydw—50 acren In th« nw frao-: HonaUoitec 5, lownshlp 28, n ot rang«lw, $1,6011, John G. Hack, ixnn, to Flora L. nd John W. Heniy—part, of lot « in Banon'i reteiTe. MOO. o*k ke«l,'with oilCsid%iti3 of '- "' b^ing'usgj." •><& .- ifes, MoSJng* 1 , la-,- Jani 1 &.—The .Eepab caucinrlast night and Celery Compoand Fills the Arteries. Multiplies Number of pnscles, Vital Bed Cor There are degrees of sleeplessness from the wide-awake state to the deep wnich does not refresh and has .n it only the mockery of rest. Such sleep is not tired nature's sweet restorer. Dreams have power to torture and to depress. Sleep, therefore, is not always rest, but trouble, and a troubled sleep brings to the brain-worker loss of power for ihought and labor It is a well-known fact that for any part to perform actively Its duties, it must have an abundance of blood; but when the power of locally regulating the supply of blood in the Drain is impaired because of insufficient nerve power the tired brain grinds the same old grist over and over till nervous proswatlon, paralysis or hysteria ensues. The cause of sleeplessness Is so clear that the cure is equally apparent. The nerves must recover their grip. The health-wrecking laxity of Dhe blood vessels must be corrected. The answer to how this is to be done la: Feed the exhausted nerve tissues with Paine's celery compound. By thus acting on the nerves Paine's celery compound is able to regulate the blood supply and permanently banish sleeplessness that shortens so many lives, especially among those beyond middle age. In addition to this indirect control over Uhe circulation, Paine's celery compound directly increases the amount of blood in the arteries and arouses the 'purifying organs to drive out impurities that often lurk in it undeveloped for years till age or a "run-down" condition allow them to get the upper hand. A pale, languid woman is not more of a lady than a rosy, robust one. Women leading lives of imperfect health, with pains and aches running riot through their"run-down"bodles, are often i s noraot of the fact that it is not a, specific for nervousness or rheumatism or stomach trouble that they need, but fundamental building up ot every tissue of their bodies and a thorough cleansing or their blood. The strengthening of the constitution and the eradication of latent disease that Paine's celery compound achieves leaves no fear of that treacherous partial recovery that keeps one always afraid of relapse and sudden break down. Paine's celery compound rests on the wise modern conclusion of the Wind Shields Add to the Speed of Bicycle Racers. .NEW ELECTRIC PACrSS MACHINES. Uniform Movement »ud Spee<S Conpled Witt Material Redaction of Exp«n»*. Paclne an Important Factor In 3U- chaoV* Marvelous Success. Pacers are important factors in bicycle races. No two pacing crews have a uniformity of power, and this has caused unfair racing, inasmuch as the race is apt to go to the man who is possessed of the means necessary to get together and hold the best pacing teams, OS in tho case of lironiv Michael in this country and Stacks and Cardans m Europe. Electric pacing machines have been introduced in Europe, which place contestants upon an equal footing and greatly diminish the cost. Pacing has become so expensive of lace that promoters have been forced to put up exorbitant purses, besides guarantee the toaer a larger sum. in order that the paca- A Great Slaughter SALE OF FUSE WINTER SHOES Which most be closed out at one-third their value to make r»pm :or our large Purchase of Spring Goods. These shoes are first class and mast sell. Conic while the sizes are here and get your choice. ELPWINTER. Shoe Store, 510 Broad! way, AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA. HOUSB. WM. DOLAN. KAMAGKR. Saturday, Jan 8th '98, Mark Twain's PCJDD'N HEAD WILSON. Dramatized by Frank Mayo. Direct from Ion* engagements in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and Sen fata- C16CO. '1 he original supporting company oi mga- class players with Mr. Edwin Mayo In the title role A play that has taken its place among the classics. A elory of love, comedy and ]|>aiho«, enlivened with Mark Twain's Witicisms. Prices: 2rows circle. 11.60: balance pluih tLOO; parquet V6c; circle, *1.00: baok row TBc; gsili ry 50c and S5c. (Established 1887), (InoorporatedlSW,). Employs mere persons thun any other similar institution in this part of the country. Hail's Business College Has secured more positions for worths' young men and women during the past year than alt other commercial schools in tills part of tho State combined. Hall's Business College *tter rooms and is better equipped t its competitors. Hall's Business College Enrolled more student* during tha year 1897, than riurlngany previous ye«r. If you wanttu secure a position attend nam, at 2:30 p. m. Preaching and evival service at 7 p.m. All are cordially invited. English Lutheran church, B. E. Sbaner, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. Hi. I iubject: "The Voice of God to Me. 1 ' 1 Junior C. E., 3 p. m. C. E. 6:15 p. m. Evening services 7:00 p. m. Subject, "Jesus Knocking at the Door." All are welcome. 17inth street Christian church,Kev. H. C. Kendrick, pastor.—Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 11 i. m.; C. E. at 6 p in., and preaching at " p. m. Morning eubject, ;i How to Secure a Revival." Evening subject, "What Is the Bible?" Eevlval meetings begin In this church xjmorrow and will continue several days. Market Street M. E. church, Eev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 1 p. m. Morning subject: "The Only Refuge." Evening subject: ' 'The Immutability of God's Word." Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Junior league, 2 p. m. Epworth league and class meeting at S p. m. Kevival services will continue during next week at 2 and 7:30 p. in., each day except Monday and Saturday. The public is cordially invited. Wheatland Street M. E. church, J, K. Walts, pastor.—Morning service at 10:45 a. m. Evening service at 7 p. m., in line with the great awakening. Sunday school at 9:30 a. ID . Children's revival service at 2:15 m. Epworth league at 6:15 p. m. ]Jevival meetings will continue next week at 2:30 and ?:<tO p. m., every clay except Saturday. The cbnrch Is jrreatly aroused and many are enquiring alter the way to live. Everybody .invited. best medical thought that the remedy that invigorates the entire system and purifies it, is the only safe cure for such localized diseases as rheumatism, neuralgia, sleeplessness, eczema.headaches and blood diseases. It is a common harmful Idea that health keeps pace with strength. People seem to think that one can determine the health o? persons by measuring their arms. Health means absence of pain and the presence of rcore or less nerve intensity and enjoy men t. In the mere fact of living. All this implies abundantly nourished organs and blood un- aampered by diseased humors. Paine's celery compound is especially valuable for recruiting the strength and spent energies of men and women advanced in years. It is the one preparation considered worthy the name of true nerve food and blood remedy by physicians tt rough- out the country. It is prescribed by them in every state in the Union to tone up the system, regulate the nerves and restore health and strength. : Th» Bepnblicana «ro indtined to *d- jnit that the reduction of wage* to ^ht Swttoa mills is to be the chief feature of McKinley administration: Cor. Broadway and Oth Street. C.F. MOOKE Preet- THB. First National Bank Larjer Goat. Last: season there was a run on gears oi •bout 72, while the scorcher used from 80 to 90. According to many manufacturers. high gears, running from 80 to 104, will be the only thing next year. In very few cases of big orders are gears of less thaE 80 called for. HOW FACERS PAI1T THE AIR. makers can be paid. With mechanical pacing iiiachiiics instead of the great army of well paid pacemakers it will only be necessary for each rider to keep ha!f e dozon nicn on his staff. Promoters can put up purses, less the amount required, tc pay pacemakers, and save small fortunes, while the riders themselves will not bo out of pocket. 'When a tandem-team is mounted on one of the new pacing ma- ohines, it has nothing to do but steer and regulate the speed. The men may sit upright and appear as if they were on a pleasure tour, which Is a great advantage to the racer, as the rear roan on the tandem will have more of an opportunity to act as a wind shield. The importance of pac«rs as wind shieldi is not. generally known or appreciated. The bicycle rider going unpaced must himself make his way against the resistr nnce of the atmosphere. Tho paced rider for the first advantage has this resistance broken for him by his pacers if he rides close enough behind the leaders to reap the advantage. In addition to this the paced rider is further aided by the suction as the displaced air, driven aside by the pacers, rusbw back into place as the pacers pass on. The greater the size of the pacing outfit tho greater the displacement of air, which correspondingly increases the suction. Speed is necessary to produce these effects, and hure comes another aid—• as the speed increases, so does the rush of air following the pacers take on greater force, and the, ridi'r following, if carried fast enough by his leaders, races on carried by a miniature cyclone. A sestet, bigger and faster than a tandem, naturally assists the paced rider following ic to go faster behind the big machine.than behind the smaller one. In the case of Michael. Dave Shafer, his managpr. believes the little Welshman is further aided by his small size, which lits more snugly in the whirl of air behind the pacers than the greater bulk ot the other riders. Michael, 'too, rides with his front wheel almost on the driving wheel of bis pacers and gets th« full benefit of the air displacement. The Prims* 1 * Prize Dog. The Prince of 'Wales is something of a dog fancier. At the dog show held in Curzon hall. Birmingham, England. La&k&, the handsome Siberian sledge dog be- Indiana. CAPITAL $250,000 A. J. MURDOCE, PRESIDENT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASST. CASHTEB.. DIRECTORS: A, J. Murdcok, W. H. Bringburst, JDennH trhl, B. S. Kloe. B. F, YanOs. £ M. HurwOOd. W, T. Wilson. ' Banking in all Its Department* promptly and carefully done. Safety to Customers and stoelitolder nosght for. Strong Heeerre Fund Maintained. Impossible to foresee au accident. Not impossible to be prepared lor It. Dr. Thomas 1 Eclectrlc Oil. Monarch over pain. Telejnun*. The National league will pwbably permit the Postal Telegraph oonttanj-'s operator.; to work side by side witn the West- am Union men next season. Heretofore the ¥'e:3tern Union has had a monopoly ot the haiebsJl business. 'is a. general exodus of the at Bombay. During forty- hours the plague return* are 165 dead? acd 142 new dases. The :&-year-old son of Martin Carlson, liYinir near Chetek. 1 !?!*., ahot and killed him S-5 ear-old sister- The children were Jett uloce and had got pwwewlon of * rifle. - Searching for Clues ' There are any number of rlnx found by the detectives in A CONFLICT \ OF EVIDENCE J^ASKLA. longifig to the Prince of Wales, won fiwtt prize. The dog is beautifully marted and has a fine tempersunent. The prince also won two prizes "with a basset hoHnd of high pudigree. white tie Princew of Wale* •ecnred two first prizes with her Russian wolfhound. I ~.~ This is another j-'atory from the p«i of Rod*F rigues Ottoleoajsji, nHi* mmt» "An Artist in Crimei," «OBr ceded to be the itromrert detective tale that ha«: a^ppacrad in years., "A Conflict dXm- . dence "JifSl add to the jtjpmta i tionofHr. Ot " _ "~* fatrinate all trho Hue** A* porrtnnity to read it W« hare provided Jwr T«ad«r» of this Aivt cha^tcfs wW l.i£

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