Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 26, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 26, 1895
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Just Received! Some Beaut's in AND •es»-FOR- STREET- WEAR Tans, made to sell for $1.50 our /price 89c Tans or black, gilk goring made •3o sell (or $3.50 our price $1.38 One 'lot Ladies' tan congress shoes, silk goring, large buttons, i'.hancl turned, vary fine and nobby .Made to soil for *3.59. Our tprice $2.48 Also Some Bargains in Children's Shoes And lots of other things, see 'eiu. Corue and WANTED! i REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cnenp Cottages For Sale. Wanted LoU nnd Acres VorjSale. Wanted Small FIUTOH Kor 3alo. Wanted Bunlnesi Blocks For'Sale. Wanted to ExctmnKa ITarraa tor City Property. Wanted Merchandise to TiMde for Farms. DDRE33T1I. M. »OKI>ON. Spry Block Loftanspoct, 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 «troet between Cch and 6th street. Will be soW on reasonable terms. Address, MKS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. A SCENE ON MARKET STREET. JImry ttcrenve AnMunlt« a Lady Pedex- trlnn and HenlHtsi Arrent. Had Mary Streuve's finer eeoelbHl. itlesnot been more or lesa blunted by red, red liquor, she would have hesitated some time before causing' such a wild eyed tumult on Market street as she caused yesterday afternoon. Her conduct under the circumstances, however, was not such as holds in the best society. She struck a passing lady In the face with an umbrella, the assault being entirely uncalled for, and In other actions showed how overpowering was her yearning for war. Lost in thought, she finally eat in graceful abandon on the sidewalk, probably meditating on the temper, a ceo question and ihe curse when Ollioer Surface suggested that she et>* move. He found he good thing, with the inability to push it along, for Mary Streuve proved her- aelf a terror when bor dander was ralecd; She clawed and kicked viciously until she was dumped upon a freight chariot and convoyed in triumph to the gateway of Iho frowning bssiile, where the second round of the battle was gone through with. Patrolman Surface had a hand injured In the flgh» to sustain the dignity of hi star. of rum, naively up and bad a JKvoryliodr K.ln<l. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was given to the public at a time when all clvlllzee humanity were hesitating between their prejudices and their established modes of thought and the growing conviction felt in thsir Innermos heart that slavery was all wrong. One result was the testimony of many colored persons and fugitive slaves who saidtoMrs. Stowo, "since tha book has oorne out everybody la good to us." "We find friends avery- where," "It's wonderful how kind everybody is." Ed E. Davis' colossal spectacular Undo Tom's Cabin will appear at the opera houae Friday night April 26. DAILY JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 26 Nineteen cents for men's sweaters and up, at OttoV Insurance, loans—S. M. Closson, 319 Pearl street. Carpets nnd curtains In endless varieties at the Trade Palaoe. Young men wanted to travel Good wages and expenses. Call today, 11:30 to 1:30—J. B. Harting, 216 Third St. The entertainment to have been liven at the Broadway Presbyterian church Friday night, ha» been postponed two weeks. Wanted—Experienced nurse to take charge of small child. Reference re. uired. Inquire for Mrs. Payne at Johnston's Hotel. John J. Hlldebrandt yesterday released in the Wabasix river, a two pound basa that has been In captivity •inoe Ostober. A tag with the date _anii Mr. Hlldebraadt'a name upon it |ras attached to the fish. The following Cass county teachers are attending the summer term of the Marion normal college: . Charles 'B, Lunaford, Lillie Shumana, May Toney, Edith Dutches, C- E. Samsel, Edgar B owyer, A. E. MUler. Sylvia Develin } od Mr. and Mr». J. E. Ludders. A IVetv AmoclBtion. The "Hoodoos" is the name of anew club formed of the boys In the New Jerusalem, The meeting are held every other evening sometimes, at the Wabash dam. Thooffioers are as follows: President—Jack Hart. Secretary—Mat Powers. Flnanoler—Joseph Stokes. Inner Guard—DOB Kelly. Outer Guard—Mat Gannon. Other members are Dan Loftus, Charles Loftus, Wattle Welch, Mike Lftnuon, Will Granoy, Will Strahle, Andy Kolly, Pete Grady, James Navin and Tom Navin. Martin Grady jr. of the Pharos Is ono of tho directors Mummer KtitCN to Marmont—Jjuko (naxtnknckoo. From Logansport, Ind.. beginning May I, tickets sold Saturdays good returning including Monday following date of sale $1; tiokats|good returning ten days from date of sale |1.60;tickets good returning thirty days from date of sale, $1.65. Family tickets good for any number of purchasers, family including servants and limited to Sep.. temborSO, following date of sale, 16 trips, |17.50; 40 trips, $20. In addition to the above there will be party tickets sold to parties of ten or more, going and returning In a body. Rates can be had upon application to J, C. EDGEWO'RTII, Agt. To Feorla vU renuwylvanla Lints Without Changing C«JT«, Under the schedule now In effect over the ,Pan Handle route the train leaving Logaasport at 2:55 a. m. carries through Pullman sleeping car running via Effaer over the Toledo, Peorla & Western Railway without change to Peoria, reaching that point at 8:50 a. m. daily. Rsturnlng through sleeper leaves Peoria at 7:00 p. m. dally and arrives at Logansport at 12:25 a. m. Westbound train leaving Logansport at 2:20 p. m , has through coach for Peoria daily except Sunday. For further Information, please apply toJ. A. MoCullough, Ticket Agent, Logansport, lad. • Made For tine Filling'*. A light farm wagon to which one horse was attached, and in which were *eated a farmer, his wife and daughter, was mixed up in a short runaway on Broadway yesterday even. Ing, which ended when the horse headed into the doorway of Lino Pill ing's .shoe establishment and halted. Haley RecelTed £50O. Judgment was yesterday by agree, ment, awarded Wm. Haley, an ex- trakaman of the Pan Handle, for $500, for damages for alleged injuries re- ceirod some time ago in a fail caused by the sudden acd violeat movement of the train. aiaxlnkuekee Cottage for Sale. Eleven, room cottage, 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B. BcsyoRD, Indianapolis. A friend's idrlce. MONTAGUE, Mich., Nov. 13, '93 William Windeckneck. a wealth farmer of Muekegon county, person ally appear before me, a Notar Public, this day, and deposes and says "That for the past year or so he wa afflicted with weakness, trembling heart failure, extreme nervousness headache and general debility; tha he has,consulted with physicians am received no benefit. He was persuad ed by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzsr, and he says that the trembling and nervou feellnj? was immediately stopped by Its use. Afterwards he used two hot tie of the same medicine and says hi Is entirely cured and free from tha trembling- sensation; his heart gives him no trouble and he sleeps well He further says that hie general health la much better, and that he Is calling the attention of bis neighbors and friends to the remarkable value of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer." Signed, W. WINDECKNEUK. Sworn to and subsaribed before me, a Notary Public for Muakegon county State of Michigan. JAMES MORKISON For sale by Bon Fisher, Druggist. "Sloinentums" for Tourists. As a rule tho relic seeker does a, great deal of damage to historical sites arid places of interest, but it seems that it is sometimes possible to meet his demand without doing- any harm. A Washington paper says that recently, as a lady who had been standing before the tomb of the Father of llis Country at Mount Vernon turned to go away, she stopped furtively and picked up a pebble. She intended to carry it away with her. Perhaps the foot of Washing-ton had pressed this very pebbie. , As she started away she saw a workman approach with a wheelbarrow load of gravel, which he proceeded to dump on the very spot. "Did you— have you fixed up this place that way recently?" the lady asked the workman. "Bless you, miss," answered tho man, "we have to do this about every two weeks', so's tho tourists can have something- to carry awnv ;is momentumsl" What IH the Work of the Kidney* T To remove from the blood its impurities. 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 ihree 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. NorvouN Oi'blllty. Every person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or failing memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found in' ••San Juk." Sold by Ban Fisher, druggist. Couldn't Do It. Though he bore one of the most distinguished names in history, he failed to live up to it. The Chicago Record tells of the failure: One of the managers of a home for destitute colored children tells a funny story about tho way Christinas was celebrated at the institution. She •went out there in the afternoon to see Low things were getting- on, and found a j T oungstcr as black as the inside of a coal mine tied to a post, with his hands behind him. "What is that boy tied up there for?" she demanded of the attendant. "For lying, ma'am;'he is the worst- est, lyingest nigger I ever seen." "What's his name?" "George Washington, ma'am," was the paralyzing reply. JlOTV'H ThlNl We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that caanot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Props., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known P. J, Cheney or the last 15 years, and bollere him perfectly honorable lo all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by heir firm. WEST A: TRUAS, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0 WALUINO, RINNAN it U&RVIN, Wholesale Drug gist. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken luternally, acting llrectly upon the blood and mucous snrtaces ot he (.ysteiu. Price "5c per bottle. Sold by »11 druggists, Testimonials free. • When Solllnc Attractive Dorses. When you have matched up an attractive pair of horses, do not expect the Irayer to supply in his fancy the appointments that make the pair doubly attractive. Put a well-fitting, •well-trimmed harness on them, and harness them to a vehicle that will show them to the best advantage. If small, it would be the height of folly to harness such a pair to a high wagon, and thus dwarf their size. A tasty buck board or low runabout wagon, or, better vet, a wagon with pneumatic rim wheels, will make a small pair look much better, and the whole turnout will be in harmony.—Rural World, -A Friend In X»«d Is s Friend Indeed." A friend advised me to try Ely's Cream Balm and after using- it sis weeks I believe myself cured of ca, tarrb. It is a most valuable remedy— Joseph Stuart, 62-1 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn,.ST. Y. My son was sffliotod with catarrh, I induced him lo try Ely's Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrhal smell all left him. He appears as well as any one—J. C. Olmstead, Arcola, III Price of Cream Balm is fifty cents. ' White shirts, 8 cents; cuffs, per pair, 4 cents; collars, 2 cents. Cut prices—Lee TEMPERED WITH ELECTRICITY. Itallmn Inrentlon of Interest to Wlna Alalcan and Wloe Drinkers. Italian wine merchants have reason to congratulate themselves on the introduction of the electrical process for the aging-of wines, in the wine-producing- provinces of Italy. The process, says the Pittsburgh Dispatch, is said to render possible extraordinary modifications in the bouquet and body of the vintage, and the suggestion has been made that it might be employed wit advantag-o in the correction of faull frequently apparent in Californi wines, arising- from the richness of th soil on which the frrapcs have bee, grown. But the tempering- of wine is onl one of many uses to which electricit is now put in the wine-producing- in dustry. In an establishment in geria, where the Arab labor was uncer tain and unsatisfactory, a generatin; plant has been erected for doing- th whole work. The plant consists of a compound dynamo and a steam eng-ine The current from the dynamo is util ized for lighting purposes, and for operation of seven electric motors ranging- from two to ten ciTectiv horse-power. One motor drives a one ton crane, which lifts boxes of grape; from the ground floor to the beatiuf room; three motors operate the boater: and presses; and the remaining threi a,re coupled direct, to the centrifu^a. pumps, which keep the must moving- in the tuiis. The work of the electric motors extremely variable, and consequently there is much fluctuation in the load of the g-enevating- 'dynamo. All trouble however, in the lighting circuits is ob viated by a perfect system of reg-ula tion. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troublet? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has seen found to bo peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of a'l female complaints, exerting a wonderful direct .nfluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. It you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, faint spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health and trength are guaranteed by Its use. jarge bottles only 50 cents at B. F. Seesling's drug store. Now Snbutltnto for Gold. Tho Journal do 1' Horlog-crie claims that a new alloy which it describes is a remarkable substitute for g-old. It is composed of 0-t parts of copper to 0 of nntimonj'. The copper is melted and the antimony is then added. After the two metals have been perfectly fused tog-ether, a little inag-nesium and carbonate of lime is added to increase tho density of the material. The product can be drawn out, wrought and soldered just like gold, which it almost exactly resembles when polished. It preserves its color, it is said, oven when exposed to tho action of am- moniacal salts or nitrous vapors. The cost of making- it is about twenty-five cants a pound avoirdupois. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. ., says that ne always keeps Dr. [Ing's New Discovery in the house ,nd his family has always found the ery best results follow its use; that ,6 would not be without it, If procur. ble. G. A. Dfkeman,. Druggist, Cats* kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best ough remedy; that he has used It in 18 family for eight years, and it has ever failed to do all that IB claimed or It. Why not try a remedy so long ried and tested? Trial bottles free t B. F. Keesling's drug store.. Reg- lar size 50o and $1. Not Troud of nis Work. Napoleon was a great soldier, but he »uld not spell. His handwriting- was also so bad as to g-'.ve rise to the rumor hat he used undecipherable characters o conceal the fact that he, the master if Europe, could not master French orthography. In the early days of the empire a man of modest aspect presented himself before the emperor. "Who are you?" asked the emperor. "Sire, I had the honor at Bricnne for fifteen months to give writing- lessons to your majesty." "You turned out a nice pupil!" said the emperor, with vivacity. "I congratulate you on your success." Nevertheless, he conferred a pension upon his old master. Bncklen'H Arnica Salve. •/be best salve In the world for outs bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and a.11 skin erup. lions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aalo by B. F. Keeollng. Yo« Don't Hire to Swear Off says the St. Louts Journal of Agriculture in an editorial about No»To-B»o. the famous tobacco ^habit cure. "We know of many cases cured by No-To- Bac, one, a prominent St. Louis arch. Itect. 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. KeGSling-, druggist. No cure no pay. Book free. Sterling Remedy Co., Sew York or Chicago. Okto.calls special attention to re. duced prices on all bicycle gocds. 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 all the paint, wood-work,/ glass, etc., better than anything 1 ", else. Most captains have found this out—a-d Pearline is kept in foreio-n ports, r.o\v, on purpose for " * them. You can't use soap ivith salt water, you know; but .it doesn't make much difference— salt or fresh, hard or soft, hot or cold—with Pearline. Peddlers nnd ECCTC unscrupulocs grocers will tell you, "this is as good as" or " the ss:«u n- Pennine." IT'S . Beware you an imitation, bo honest C"^ F-VLSE—Pearline is ucver petklk-u. if your crrocrr sends -swf'it Iwk. t-A JAMKS •;".•!.«•. Nc;vVork. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and: Deformities Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that has (riven wonderful results. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles cets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures when everything else fails. Call acd investigate anyway. It costs you nothing for consultation. _, Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, Millie Medical and Surgical Institute. 417 Market Si, - - Logansport. Ind. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At Wf\LKER 6c RfUJG-H. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ICYCLES, ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALJ HIGH GRADES. .Warranted Superior to any Bicycle Butt ......... in the World Begardleaa or Price ....... Built and guaranteed by the Indian* Bicycle Co , a Million Dollar corporation, whose bond !• as good a> Bold. Do not buy a wbesl until you have seen the WAVEHLEY. cata "" J06 " wanted Scorcher 2 1 IDs., $85 I Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. A For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. INVITfVTIONS NOTEIHEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, CrtRDS, ENVELOPES « SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'.Pdo the work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for * * * Job Printing. •WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES. 1 GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USB OP SAPOLIO

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