Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 23, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 23, 1895
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DO YDU Intend buying a pair of shoes or slippers soon? If yon do YOU AJTD certainly going to buy them where you can get the best for the least money. Come arid SEE The beautiful line of shoes and elippers at the Boston Sample Shoe Store and you will at once see THE Advisability of leaving your old war price trading post, and coining •toa niOfJdrti up-to-date. sho*> store •where you can get the best footwear that in made at about half price. You 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. Bon't procrastinate. Now is the acceptable time. AMPLE:/ 132*- NOTICE. Notice Is tiereby Riven to all persons Interested tbnt thfl Common Council of tlieClty ot Lowinsport Indianii, lit its regulnr sossitm 011 tbe 3rd day ot Anrll 189.1, mlopteil a doclitratory resolution tleclni'lnir time It U necessary to improve Market street In sitld city from tli« east llneot -Second street to the west lino or Kirtli street by DiivlnK said u»rt ot Market street, between curbstones to be set on both sides or the roadway with Imrd burned p«vlni< brinks or blocks especially ' "burned ror street DiivlnK, and laid upon an especially prepared and rolled KtibKruUe and concrete ot broken f tone louiwliitlun iind «U to be done .strictly according to nroille, plans: and specifications on I'.le In the onice ot the Ulty Civil tn- Kineor. where they lire open to Inspection by all persons interested. Slid Improvement to be madBuccurdliiKt'itheesiiibUsheU (tnul«. under the direction or ttie City Civil Engineer, nnd in accordance with the onllim'ices _ or wild olty lor the Improvement ot sa.d Market mreet trom the • ast line of Second street to the west line of filth street. The totitl cost or said Improvement shall be assessed utti' lineal foot upon tho real estate nbuttlnit on saw Murket »tre»t W>m the east lino ofSecondstrentt()th« west llneor Hfth street (except ror that part.theroorincludeU between tho e alls ot the .I,o»inwrt Railway company's street ' car tracta which sluvli oo assessed umilnst said Lowinsport Hallway company, Its street car tracks, t ropertj and franchises; ana except ror the portion thereof occupied by street and alley -crossings which shall be assessed aMlnst toe city -of LOKansport) as provided for In an Act ot the General Assembly or ludlium, approved March 8, IBM), and the amendment thereto, approved March •3,1801, and known as tho "Barrett Law. Property owners along the line ot said proposed Improvement and all others Interested therein •arc hereby notified that the common council ot said city will hear objections to the necessity for ithe construction ot said proposed Improvement on Wednesday evenln R ,May IS.lSBa. at liiOo'clock jit the council chamber oJ the dtj of Lofjuiaport, WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages 1'or Sale. Wanted Low nnd Acres For Sule. \ Wanted Small Farmi For Sale. ' Wanted Business Blocks For'Sale. Wanted to Exchange Farms tor Cltr Property. •Wrnled Merchandise Jo Trade tor Jurms. WUBE33 91. M. GOKnO.if. 3prr Block Logansport, Indiana, Or, E. H- Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. New Ideas In Gold Crown and Bridge Work. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between 5Ch and Cth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHA8. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. Everybody is taking advantage o! •our special sale this week. Come Along—Trade Palace. Today we offer 5 pounds cracked Java coffee and 5 pounds gaanulated sugar for $1, at Foley'a. White shirts, 8 cents; cuffs, per pair, 4 cents; collars, 2' cents. Cut prices—Lee Wan Sing Lost—A. roll of money between the opera house and 14tb street, Friday evening. Reward If returned to this A Delphi paper is the authority /or the announcement Ililnp the marriage of Kenesaw Land is and Miss Reed of Waship£ton tor the ironth of June. The prospective bride is a sister of Mr. Eakles, comptroller of the currency. Convinced AfUnml HIM Will. Nearly every one for miles around Merely, Mich., knows Chas. A. Jones whose farm lies two and a half mile northwest of that village. His friend and tbey were numerous, feared he wouid not long be spared to them, fo the doctor proaounoed him affllotet with heart disease and said he mlgh drop dead any minute. This was no a very pleasant reflection for his wife who watched him almost constantly once she found him where he fell un conscious in the yard. His appear ance indicated paralysis, the doctors were called again, but they did ,no understand his case, consequently couldn't do muoh for him. He was in this condition when he heard of Dr Wheeler's Nerve Vltalizer and its effectual use by others. He sent to Nelson Pike's drug saore fora sample and as he expressed it: "I had little faith in patent medicines, but some thing seemed to convince me that thi was a good one and could be relied upon. Do you know I felt better anc slept well after taking two doses? '. want to say to you that Dr. Whaeler'i Nerve Vilallzer is the most wonderful medicine ever made. It cured me so completely that I never felt better in my life." Mr. Pike who sold him tho medicine saye: I wouldn't have believed such a cure possible i( I bad not seen change with my own eyes; it is tainly the most remarkable cure of my twenty-four years' experience In tbe drug business." It is equally aa valu able for other nerve diseases, such nervous prostration, spasms, fits, Bleep lessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency and general de blllty. For sale by Ben Fisher, Drug tho cer as A. X«w "ITncle Tool'* Cabin." The only new thing to be presented in the looal theatrical field is very old It la "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and it will be performed on tne stage of the opera house Friday night if all descriptions be true, in a manner which, for elabor ateness and general attractiveness will dazzle the eye of the oldest frequenter of the playhouse. There will be in its performance a half hundred cele. brated colored vocalists, dancers and specialty performers, Including Miss Pearl Woods and tbe Grundy brothers, who have been given the credit of being the three greatest buck and wing dancers in the world, the talented lit tie Helen McCabe will appear as Little Eva, while tbe impersonator of the title role character will ba Walter Espey, a popular and talented colored actor. Three carloads of scenery, a pack of ..man eating hounds, twenty ponies, donkeys and burros and a groat grist of other paraphernalia will also be Included. A HouHEholil Trmsuro. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its uso; that he would not be without it. if procur able. G-. A. Dykoman, Druggist, Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery IB undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that ho has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that li claimed for it. Why not try a remedy BO long tried and tested? Trial bottles free at B. F. Keeeling's drug store. Reg ular slza SOoand $1. John McM»hou In Court. Nelson & Myers, the county attor. neys, were appointed to defend John McMahon yesterday. His trial was in progress before Judge Lairy and a jury all yesterday afternoon. McMahon was charged with "touching" Charles Gattllng, a fellow passenger on the Pan Handle for a small sum of money, listler & Klatier withdrew from the defense. Bncklen'8 Arnica 8«lve. Tho beat salve in v the world for outs bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25'cents per DOT. For tale by B. F. Keesltng. Druggist D. E. Pryor has a novel Easter display in his store window on Broadway. _ Ton Don't litre to Sireir Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agriculture in an editorial about Nb-To-Bao, the famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many cases cured by No-To- Bac, one, a prominent St. Louis arch« Heot^flmoked and chewed for twenty years; two boxes cured him eo that even the smell of tobacco makes him sick." No-to-Bao sold and guaranteed by B. F. Keesling, druggist. No cure no pay. Book free,. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. & Amall Blize. A small blazs at the Forest Mills building above Sixth street, was extinguished in a short time by the fire department Sunday. No damage was done. The fire started near the roof. Onion aet» 5o a quart at Foley's. GASPING FOR BREATH. A CATARRH SUFFERER'S STOBY OF HIS TORMENTS. The Wonderful Cur* H»«e by M«n yon's Little PcUeia. Mr. John B. Albert, of 106 Colgate (treet, Cleveland. Ohio, says: "For the past six year* I have suffered terri bly from catarrh in the most disagreeable forme. I hid all the dlsguoting symptoms of that loathsome disease There was a continual dropping ol mucus into my throat, a buzzing and roaring in my ears and violent pains above the eyes and nostrils. My breathing was labored and heavy, and at times, I would be literally gasping for breath. My system was nearly broken down from the disease when I began'to use Munyon'e Catarrh Reme dies. I had not much faith in them, but in a very short time a big improve rnent was noticeable. Now I am thoroughly cured and enjoying better health than I have for over six years. Have you catarrh? ing to investigate Are you will- treatment that cures catarrh by removing the causa? ]f so ask your druggist (or a 25 cent bottle of Munyon'e Catarrh Cure and a centbot'leof Catarrh Tablets. The Catarrh Cure will eradicate the dls. ease from the system and the Tablets will cleanse and heal the afflicted parta and restore them to a natural and healthful condition. Munyon's Homoeopathic Home rem» edy company of Philadelphia, put up specifics for nearly every disease, which are sold by all druggists, mostly for 25 cents a bottle. Those who are in doubt as to the nature ol their disease should address Professor Munyon, 1506 Arch street, Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Munyon will carefully diagnose the case and give you the benefit of his advice absolutely tree of all charge. The remedies will be sent to any addreis on receipt of retail price. TO TALK BRIDGE. The County CommUaloner* M«lte a Trip to Lafayette la Searcli of Information. Thb board of county commissioners made a little trip yesterday to Lifay- ette for the purpose of examining a new bridge recently thrown across the Wabash river by the fathers of Tippecanoe county, with the Idea of profiting with what they saw, in the placing over Eel river at Market street an adequate and suitable modern drive way. The bridge at Lafayette is fifty feet in width, with a carriage road way twenty-nine feet wide, separated by a heavy wire screen from the street oar right of way. Suitable foot passenger accommodations are afforded. The bridge coat $25,000. We offer One Hundred Dollurs Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's 3atarrn Cure. F, J, CHENEY 4 CO., Props,, Toledo, 0. Wo, the undersigned, have known f. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly lonorablelnall business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their nrm. WKST & TBUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0 WALDINQ. KHWAN * Miuvijr, Wholesale Drug Kl«t. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken. Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot ;he system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by i«ll druggists. Testimonials free. The United Society of Curiitlan Endeavor and the National Young People's Chris. .Ian Union will hold their Fourteenth international Convention at Boston, July 10 to 14, 1895. The Wabash lallroad has reduced the rateto one first-class fare for the round trip from 11 stations to Boston for this occasion. Tor maps of route and guide to Boston write to C. S. CKAJJE. Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't., St. Louis, Mo. We take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because t is praised by all who try it," says '. W. Cos & Son, druggists, Marsb« eld; Oregon, No one afflicted with a hroat or lung trouble can use this emedy without praising It. It always gives prompt relief. It Is especially valuable for colds as it ralte^. the ungs, makes breathing easier and aids xpeetoration. A cold will never re. ult in pneumonia who his remedy s taken and reasonable care exercised. For sale by B. F. KeesUng, Druggist. ' CMldbood'i Greatest Foe. Owing to rapid growth of children heir stomach la impaired by enfeebled Igestion, this leads to stomach worms, nd they induce fevers and nervoua roubles which in time will cause ill- ess and general impaired vitality. The best cure is Rinehart's Worm iQzenges, they remove all kinds of worms and worm nest. Sold by B. F. teesling and Keystone drug store. Coulson, the Druggist, Is headquar- ers for moth balls. ' 1JIPKOVESTENT FOR MARCH. Tbe reported groes earnings of the railroads for the month of March show a little improvement. The gain is but trifling, but Btlll It is a gain. The Financial Chronicle reports a gain over March of last year of three- eighths of 1 per cent, for 1S2 roadf. Bradstreet's reports a gain of two. tenths of 1 per cent, for 129 companies. Of course tbe comparison is with a very lean month, the loss in March, 1894, having been IS 05 per cent! February of this year showed a loss of a little over 2 per cent, as compared with last year, and for the year from Jan. 1 the loss is about one_fourth of 1 per cent. Of course so slight a gain a? is shown for March can not be taken as indicating * permanent turn for the better, but it does give a little hopo As heretofore, the grain carriers and tbe roads serving Qthe country where tbe corn crop failed are the chief sull'arers. In Bradstreef d analysis (he granger roads showed a decrease of S.2 per cent. The coal roads were next with a decrease of 7.6 per cent.; then the eastern roads with a [decrease of 3 S. The greatest increase is in the southwestern roads, 4 2 per cent. The central western and trunk linos were tbe other groups which had rjlncreases. Of individual roads the Great Northern showed the greatest increase, namely, $188,000: the Missouri, Kansas & Texas comes next with $184,000 and the Now York Central with $171,000. The greatest decrease was the Rook Island, namely. $33-1,000; next came tbe Milwaukee & St. Paul with $260,000; then the Canadian Pacific with $193,000. MEETING OF B. OF L. F. OFFICERS. An important meeting of tbe officers of the B. of L. F. is to be held in Cincinnati today. The meeting has batn called by Grand Chief Sargent, acd besides him, Assistant Hanaban, of the official family will be in attendance. The object of the meeting is important, as a plan of work Is to be outlined looking to the political action of railroad operatives in this country. There is talk that similar action will be taken by all organizations in which trainmen, engineers, firemen, conductors, telegraph operators, brakenoen, and other employes are members. The operators have in view certain measures looking to legislative relief, and it is claimed they will take a permanent stand, and will probably nominate candidates of their own for the State legislature and congress. Tbe talk now is that the employes will support only the man who will pledge his word to present and urge the passage of acts beneficial to railroad men. Pan Handle switchman J. J. Fox has gone to housekeeping at No. 1917 Spear street. The Pan Handle has sued the city of Chicago and Cook County for $46,000 for the destruction of a number of cars during the riot last summer. Jos. Koons who lately returned from Arkansas, has been appointed car inspector at Hartsdale by the Pan Handle, vice Sam Keever resigned. Erneit Miller, a switchman in the 59th street yard at Chicago, is In the jity assisting his brother-in-law, W. S. Street, in the removal of his household goods to that city. Eight oars of Pan Handle freight train No. 78 were backed off a blind switch at Ridgeville Sunday, two of then toppling over in the ditch. The wreck crew from here was called out and repaired the damages. Wm. Calvert, a Vandalla brakeman, 'hile coupling cars at Crawfordaville Saturday afternoon had his right hand jaught between the draw bars and lost four fingers, besides having the hand otherwise lascerated. He lives at lerre Haute. At NoblesTllle on Saturday Robert Sreuzer, an eight-year-o^d boy, was iwarded $4,000 da'mages against the ?an Handle railroad for personal in- ,uriee. He had sued for $20,000. The iccldent happened in Indianapolis ast July, and on the former trial in ihe Marion circuit court the jury dis- igreed, eleven voting for the defendant and one .for the plaintiff. Frank Shepardson, an engineer on he Southern Pacific Ry., who resides it Los Angeles, Cal., was troubled with rheumatism for a long time. He was treated by several physician, also vis- ted the Hot Springs, but received no >ermanent relief until be used Cham • wrlain'a Pain Balm. He says it is the lest'medlcine In the world for rneuma- Ism. For sale by' B. F. Keesling, Druggist. _ Manager Jos. McNary It is said has offered to take upon himself the re- ponslbillty for any accident that may result from the running of his trolley cars over the Market street bridge. salt or fresh, hard or soft, ho On Board a yacht, sail-boat, or any kind of vessel, there's a great deal of work that can best be done with Pearline, It washes ail tiic paint, v.-ood-\vork, glass, etc., better than anything else. Most captains have found this out—and Peariinc is kept in foreign ports, r.o\v, on purpose lor them. You can't use soap with salt •water, you know; but it doesn't make much difference— or cold—with Pearline. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'will pav you to be particular as to whose seeds you buy. We are no'w in the market with a full line of Laudato, s seeds for the season of 1SD5, and I wish to say to the gardeners ami others usins* seeds, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some others t-hBv MPP nlwavs fresh clean and true to name, and as we handle uo otner seeds e^oepU^ose grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia our oua- toiuers may relv on setting nothing but the very best. I believe that the ££ of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a pewoa has the trouble to pur, out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best We handled Landreth's seeds for four veara and have never heard a bingle complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in everoarticular, and ag an evidence of tbi* fact, we have almost the entire trade of all tbe ciirdeners around Logan^port as we I as « u '»>y, ™» * distance. Our trade has increased on t.his particular line of poods more than tenfold since we have been in tbe business? We also have a full line LandrethftSowJuubeeD 115 years in the occupation of feed growing. George Harrison. 617, 623 Broadway. See The Specialists For cnrdnic and Private Diseases and Deformities Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that has given wonderful results. ' ,.„„„ Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles pets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures when everything else fails. Call acd investigate anyway. It oostB you nothing for consultation. Drs. CMstoplier & Longenecker, AtiTlie Medical :and surgicalilnstimte. 417 Market St, Logansport. Ind- What 'Is the Work of the Kidney*T To remove from the blood its 1m purities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every three minutes, and if these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system Is poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" is the Indicated blood remedy. Nervous Debility. n . Every person having nervous deblli- ty, organic weakness, or falling memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found in •San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. A Missionary'* Talk. Miss Lillian Black addressed a good crowd last night at the Baptist church on the interesting subject of foreign migaions and the life of the missionary in Burmah, from which country she recently returned. Her address wa§ a strong: appeal for tbe Burmese women, and for the cause of missions. BlUoM Colic. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic will be pleased to iDOW that prompt relief may be had by taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhooi Remedy. It acts quickly and can always be depended upon. [n many cases the attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. The a«llt Triennial Conclave Kulchte Templar will be held in BosjDn, Jl.tss., August 26th to 30th, 1895. For this occasion the Wabanh Railroad will sell tickets !rom all stations to Boston at one fare '.or the round trip. Map of route and juide to Boston will be mailed on ipplication to C. S. CKAXE, Gen 1 ! Pass, and Ticket Ag't, St. Louie, Mo. Wednesday will be the closing day, of the school at Ford's Crossing, and the teacher, Mies Minnie Wade, has arranged to give a big dinner and an entertainment on that day. \. Wonderful Ucmed)'. LxirsiC.O.AOg.22,1891. Bayer MeJIclno Co,, Toledo, Ohio: Gentlemen—I have used your Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil, and cannot .praise too highly. My wife had a severe pain in her foot since her last confinement, and it would not yield to any remedy. She suffered unbearable agony, and had to quit all housework whenever the weather changed. I bought your oil, and with one application relieved her of all pain. Allow rue to thank you for, your wonderful remedy. W. W. HAMXIITT, Livery and Hacks, Leiptic, 0. For sale at John II. Johnston's drug store, 25c and 50c per bottle. The old frame buildings on Fifth street, south of Market street, are being torn down preparatory to the erection by the owner. John E.Barnes, of a modern three story brick buelneiB block, which will be an ornament to that portion of tbe oiiy. $500 000 OFFERED. Bemarknblc Success [of a Foreigner, — The History of Veno's Wonderful Remedies. — Make Him n Millionaire In Seven Tears. They art! Prescribed, by Hundred* of PhrnicUntila thin Canairy. »nd Recommended Trom tbe Pa I pit. Since \Vno came to thlx country some two and a ball vearx ago. his remedies have found a home at every fireside. Tbe fact, alone, that they hare been adopuxl by hundreds ol physicians In their every day practice. If, perbapn tne greatest guarantee as u> ttielr merit. Many reverend gcnfe- men have commended highly from the pulpit notab!*-among them being the Eer. Geo. Pri»- Jean. or tbe W. E. cbnrch, Xenla. O., and 'h«B«». A. P. McNatt, Bradner, O., also a Methodist clergyman. Befo* Veno left Europe, a syndicate of wealthy gentlemen, seeing the great posslbllltlfis In pe«e remedies, made Bin; an offer of $-)00,OOO.W) lor bis entire business, Trie Veno Remedies are «0ld by 30.000;drn«glirts In the UnJt«d Stares, with fall Instructions lor home os« as follows: VEN'0'3 CURATIVE STROP (30c a bottle), Is * nosiUv* care for weak stomach, dyspepsia, liver, kidnev.'blood and urinary troubles, sleepiness, poor appetite anJ general weaknftss. and when r£ed wlin VEXO'S ELGCTBIC KLITID (Me a oot- Ue) will cure tne worst and most desperate forms ot rneumausm. sdaaca. lambuso. parallels, stiff Joints nenraigla and all aches and pains. TTXO'S UDSe TOMC (jOe a boule). a qoldc an<l*ermaDftnt care for throat and lunz trooblw asc3rna, bronchJUs, hoarseness, and congns ana colds. So'd tby Jotmiton. Keesllng and Ben Fisher, Drngglsts nod guaranteed w care or money »- fonded.

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