Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 28, 1895
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l^^ Just Received! Some Beaut's in AND •FOR- STRBBT - WEAR Tans, made to Bell for $1.50 .our 89o Tans or blaok, silk goring made -to sell for $2.50 onr price $1. One lot, Ladies' tan congress shoes, silk poring, large buttons, hand turned, very flne and nobby Made to well for $3.50. Our ,prlce * 3 - Also Some Bargains in Children's Shoes And lots of other things. Come and see 'em. OUR GUARANTEE: Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back! Dr. E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. New Idens In Gold Crown and Brldce Work. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 2S Girl wanted at 224 Sol River avenue. . Do you wear shirts? If so, call on <C. B. Watson, at 414J Market St. Don't fall to attend the Maypole •dance at the rink Wednesday evening Our cheap shoes put the town In a •buying mood—Stevenson & Kllnsiok, The Lafayette ball team will play •the Logansports at the park this af- iternoon. Mre, Al Swadener who has bean seriously sick for the past ten days, ia -reported convaleainjf. Call at the Trade Palace for your •carpeta, mattings, linoleums, curtains .and draperies, at the Trade Palace. Wanted—Experienced nurse to take charge of small child. Reference re •quired. Inquire for Mrs. Payne at Johniton't Hotel. George Gear has gone into the dairy builneis once more. He appeared.ye* terday with a fine naw wagon pur- «hated at Harrison 1 *. The Fortnight Revelers invite al respectable people to their May day bail Wednesday evening. Queitlona ble characters will not be admitted under any circumstances. The plat of ground at the intersection of North and Third streets with Eel River avenue, is being aodded and in other way a made attractive, and it will be kept In good shape this summer. "Make home happy" by removing that dingy paper from tho parlor and sitting-room this »prlng and replace with lomoof those bright attractive denlgns ju«t received by the Logan Wall Paper Co. You would be surprised at the improvement. BAITIST CHURCiL-Sunday school at 12 o'clock younif Peoples imeetlng at 0 p. m. All are Invited. OMBKKLWID PR«3 D | TE1 " AvNs 'S c: ?^ 1 . a3 - n t Wellborn pastor, Sunnay ocoooj »MQ », m. Preachli e both moraine and evening by pa»tor. All are invited. ITTKRIA* CHtJRCH-BeV. D. P. Put• Services at 11 a, m. and / :3U p. m.. i'oo! at 9'W a no. Young people S meeting at ii-X p. m. A cordial neloom* lor CmmcnorCHBLST (Scientist)-Services will be heldln their new rooms In tr-e Mage* block, corner of Sixth »nd Broadway. Bible uas« ai 10:30 Sunday morning. All are cordially Invited to attend. BROADWAY PrasBtrjeinAS CHrntOH—Bev. H- A. P°rdva: pastor, Ireachlngat H a ra and7:30 p m bvtne oastor. Sunday Scnool at 930. a ra Y p S C K. meeting at G:30. Strangers and other's are cordially Invited to attend. YF .»«an.n S?en?n K at 7 p. m. All aw oordlallr invited. ST LuKK'a EVANGELICAL LTTTIIKRAN CHURCH. Rev. J. C. K»utrm»n. pastor. Sarrtw.at 11 a m Sunday school at 030, Junior FndKivor at 3KW. Younij people's society of CbrlsttenEnJeiivor ut 0-.3V. Evening service, bt 7: XI. riHKvr STHXFT SI. E- CiiUHcn—Rev. W, R. vK. Sr. Preaching iit 10:45 a. m. Hni 7-301) m. by the pastor. Class at 11:45 a. m and 0:3!] p m. Sabbath school at 0:30a. m. ypworth League nt 0:30 p. m. A cordial invitation Is extended to all. HOAIUVAY M K. CHURCH—Rev. H. J. Norrls Zsfor. Preacnlneiil 11 a. m and 7:30 p.m. Sas< me-tlng at 9 a in. Sunday School nt 9:45 a. 'm Junior Lca«ue <" 3 P- ""•,,, Se "? r Lwiuiie HtGSO p. m. conducted bTMlss Mia. Allen. Subject, "The Mystery ol ivll." All are Invited. V M E Ciioiicn—Corner Of Cicott and Market Vtn-flt.Rw H McCanlel pastor. Preaching at ill 30 a in and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor, bun- dtviiclioolutSp. m. Twoliers 1 meeting every w«d..t«lay evening. Prayer meeting .-very Thursday evening. All are cordially Invited TBIKITY EPISCOPAL Ciiiwcu-Rev. Donglass I Uobbs Hector, services today as lullows: 7 a m'Uoly Communion. 0:3!) H. in. Sunday School'. 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and sermon. 7:SO p. m. eveninu prayer ami sermon. Rov. J A. MuGown will preacli boch morning and evening, A cordim welcome glvoti to all. UmvmiSALisT CirmiCH-Bav. T. S. Ga«»rle onstor Service today at 11 a. m. and J-30 pm. Subject In the morning, "The Trials thr mshwiilch Christianity Has passed." m t m ivenlnu' "Tho Lord's prayer." Sunday School at 10 a. ra.. Edward CanlsSupt Young people's meeting at (Ida p. m. All are Invited. iuiiKTiAN cmjRCH-Corafr Ninth and Spear streetsi Rev• T S. Freeman, pastor. Revival SO E at 0:15 p. in. Bev. D. R. Lucas, D.-,. of indliinupolla, will deliver a sermon In the morntnT'.n "The Klmt Christian Church.;' and in thB nvenlne on "The Safe and TJnsate Ground." toi tbo afternoon at 3 o'clock he will deliver an address, at th« church on the ••Cause and Curse ol Intemperance." All are Invited. A rritnil'ii Adrlco. MONTAGUE, Miob., Nov. IS, '98. William Wndeokneck. a wealthy farmer of Muekegon county, person ally appear before me, H Notary Public, this day, and deposes and says • •That for the past year or ao he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, heart failure, extreme nervousness, headache ana general debility; that he has consulted with physicians and received no benefit. He was persuad ed by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer, and ho says that the trembling and nervous feeling was Immediately stopped by it§ use. Afterwards he ueed two bottle of the same medicine and says he ia entirely cured and free from that trembling eenealion; his heart gives him no trouble and he sleeps well. He further says that hie general health la much bettor, and that he Is calling the attention of his neighbors and friends to the remarkable .value of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer." Signed, W. WINDECK.VEUK. Sworn to and subscribed before me, a Notary Public for Muskegon county, State of Michigan. JAMES MOHTUSON For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. Metropolitan Ideas. John M. Johnston will this season employ a competent man to take charge of his beautiful soda fountain Johnston's soda has always been the best in the city ajd this season wil 1 be better than ever. On next Wednesday morning Mr Chas. Hasler of Chicago takes charge of tho fountain Mr. Hasler had charge of Gunthers' fountain Chicago during tho World's Fair, and he comes here direct from the Auditorium drug store fountain. Mr. Haeler has made for himself & national reputation as a soda dispenser as his receipts for f ' syrups are used by the largest soda fountain people In the country. Bnoklen'a Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains, corns, and all skin erup lions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It IB guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded. Price 25 cents per boy. For .gale by B. F. Keesling. Addre«> by Dr. Allen. This afternoon at 3 o'clock at the R. R. Y. M. C. A. rooms. Subject -Do we really need a Savior"- Al men are invited to attend. . ilon'4 Thin! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall 1 Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY. A.CO., Props.. Toledo, 0. •We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Chene for the last 15 rears, and believe him perfect! honorable In all business transactions and flnan dalUableto carry out any obligation madeb 'their firm. Wssr & TKU cc, Wholesale Drujulsts, Toledo. 0 WALDISO. KIWAH * MAUVE.-, Wholesale Drug gist. Toledo. 0. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces o the«yit««. Price 75c per bottle. Soldoy all druggists. Testimonials tree. William Gates, who was charged with tha larseny of a log chain, wai yesterday released br 'Squlra High on hla own recognizance. rohn Hlldebrandt'B M«*lt«d W»H Hooue* Te«terd»y and Again Given (o the W»l>m»h. The two pound bass cast upon'the water by John J. Hildebrandt aaan xparlment with a tag attached to it, was heard from jeaterday. A fisherman whose name and address were not earned, hooked the finny card case, ound the tag attached and carefully eplaced the unwary fish In the Wabash. The catch was made with a poon hook near the railroad bridge n the neighborhood of the old freigbt ouse. It will be Interesting to know f the once caught fish will again be so aslly caught on the snares of men. - The Mexican Veterana. The 49th anniversary of the Cass county Mexican Veterans Association will this year be celebrated at Lake Maxlnkuckee instead of Lake Cicott. The Association Is not entirely satisfied with the treatment received at he latter place and will try some other point. The veterans numbering now but fourteen or fifteen the majority of whom live in Cass county will next year celebrate Us Golden Jubilee, or the 5(Hh anniversary ol their departure from Logansport to he battle fields of old Mexico. It Is the Intention of the association to make that event the occasion 6t a grand celebration at whloh many old veterans, some of national reputation will be present. The Association has a year to work on and as their Inten. tlon Is a good one and meets with the learty approbation of the community the assertion may be ventured even as far ahead as this that the celebration will bs a grand success. Obituary. Mrs. Catherine Bruggeman was born in the southern part of Germany In 1817 When twenty years of age she came to America from Rothselberg, Bavaria, and landed on this side the water July 23d. 1837. Mrs, Brupgeman has lived in Logansport since October 20tb, 1840. She had for fifty-three" years occupied the house In which she died Friday morn, ing. The deceased was during her whole life, respected by all who knew her and loved by those with whom she was intimately acquainted. She lived a peaceful happy life, worthy of emulation, and died at peace with the world. _ ADDITIONAL ITEMS. of Jordan Hecht Is A young son sick. A fine trap for use at Riverside park has been put on the road by Fred Borges. Charles Stewart has severed his connection with the street railway company. Franz Herrmann of this city is pitching for the Rush medical college b»ll team. A picnic will be held at Dykeman's spring Sunday by the South Side pleasure club. BertDodd and Glen Forgy have taken a cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee for the season. . The wheelmen who are going- to Peru today will meet at 7:30 o'clock at Cline Bros.' store. Eli Greensfelder has had his Market street clothing house wired for the city's electric lights. The forest fire south of the city licked up 150 cords of wood belonging to George McManus. A hack load of people came over from Walton yeaterday afternoon to attend the.funeral of Lewis Grim. The contract lor plastering the court house at Wlnamao has been let 10 James McElhaney of Logansport for $2,000. The advance sale of Pygmalion and Galatea by Frederick and Marie Mur. phy opened yesterday morning with a big sale. » Go tomorrow morning- and get ticketi for the Murphys in Pygmalion and Galatea given as Manager Patter, on'a benefit. A dance was given Friday night at the home, of George Geyser , of Grass Creek. A party of young people from here attended. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fur bey entertained the East End euchre olub very pleasantly last night at their home on Eel River avsnue. A song service will be held at the Home of the Friendless from 4 to 5 p. m. today. Everybody invited and requested to bring their gospel hymn booka. Charles Chideater has sold his interest in the Keystone grocery to his partner, Robert Green, who will conduct the business. Mr. Coidester has not yet settled on his future course. Mrs. M. F. Arnold, of Indianapolis, • {ook five bottles of Lemon Laxative and is penna neatly cured of Headache, • Backache and Constipation. She advises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. DR. HARTMAN BecelveH Fraternal Greeting From Medical Profession ETerywher* "DEAR DB. HAKTMAJJ:—I can recommend your remedies to bs as you claim and more too. I Jeel no hesitancy in Baying that I am compelled to use them in my practice and that they do good for those who are troubled and suffering with rheumatic pains, ohron io or naeal catarrh or kidney or lung diseases of long standing. Would eay further that these are the best patent medicines I «ver saw, and have practiced in different states. "J. D. RHODES, M. D., • •Corinth, Miss." Dr. Hartman receives many such letters every year from the medical profession from every part of the United States. The fact that Pe-ru-na will cure catarrh wherever located— in the throat, lungs, stomach or kidneys—is an ample explanation of these letters. AH • Spring: Medicine Pe.ru-na is without a superior It in vigorates and puriBes. All blood and narve derangements are quickly relieved by ItB use. The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co., of Columbus. Ohio, are offering •free, post-paid, two medical books, one on catarrh and oatarrhal diseases, the other on spring medicines and spring diseases. These books contain the very latest and most reliable information on these Important subjects. For free book on cancer address Dr. .Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. Tbo "Regulator." A London omnibus-driver is reported as a punster by the Telegraph of that " A gentleman who occupied n front garden scat on a 'bus was complaining' ot the snail-like pace. "Anything wrong with the horses?" he inquired of the driver. "Bless me, no," was the reply. It a their fust journey." Not satisfied, the complainant again protested against the conveyance being- turned into a funeral car, and asked with some irony whether it was a favorite." ' . „ ... "No, not exactly, sir, was the answer, "but it's known as the 'regu- U Aslced to explain his meaning, the imperturbable occupant of the box rc- °^Why; 'cause it's the 'bus all the others 'go by.'" Did Ion Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trouble*? If not. go', a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and.curs of a'l female com-1 plaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs It you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting apells. or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters ia the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by Us use. Largu bottles only 60 cents at B. F. Keesling's drug store. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that baa Don't rorget tnat ineir vapor treatment for all Chronic Long Troubles gets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures v*hen everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It costs you nothing for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, AtiThe Medical and Surgical Institute. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. Ind. -^••• Not Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WALKER 6c R^UGtt. Where quality is our first object at prices to. make them GO. ~H—-BH5——=S—= For Fine Printing. • • You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. , E TTER«&flDS INVlTflTIONS NOTEflEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, GrtRDS, ENVELOPES f\ SPEOIrtUTY. You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for German Account of the swrry nag. A German periodical has the following story as to the origin of the Stars and Stripes: Tho idea originated with a Dane named Marker. He was born on the Island St. Croix, of the Danish West Indies, where his father and prandfathar had lived. 'In 1775 he left his native feland and proceeded to Philadelphia. He was among the first to join a company of volunteers for American liberty and independence. For valor shown at Oriskany he was elected captain, and to show his gratitude he designed a flag, in whose upper comer he applied the thirteen stars, emblematic of the thirteen original states of the union. This was the 'first occasion upon which the "star spangled banner''was unfurled. The original dag- of Capt. Marker is supposed to be in existence in some national collection of relics of the war of the revolution. $500 000 OFFERED. Bemarkablo Success [of a Foreigner.— The History of Teno's Wonderful Heroedies.—Make Him a Millionaire In Seven Years. They »P« Prescribed by Hundred* of phr«lcUnoia thin Conuiry. and jlecoromended from the Fnlpic. » Job Printing. Since Vi>no came to this country some two and a half years a«o, bis remedies nave found a Some »t mirj •ftreslde. The fact, alone, tbat they bava bie^ado^d by Hundreds of pbyslclHn« In their A^T day practice. 1», perhaps tee greatest BUOT£n was 10 their merit Many reverend gent e- .menbavecommoDded highly from the pulpit nntAbly among them being tbe Bey. heo. JPrts- te£r of CM: E. cborch, Xenla. 0., and ihetov i p, McSnw, Bradner, O., also a Methodist clergyman. Before Veno left Europe, a syndicate of wealthy <«,nti«men seeing the grea; poss billtles In these S^ed™s.mShima?Tffer of $500,000.00 for his entire business, Toe Teno Remedies are sold by aOJXXKdrngBtea In the United Staies, with full Instructions for home us« aa follows: VESO'S CCRATtVE STROP (50c a bottle). Is a p core for weak stomach, dyspepsia, liver, . blood and urinary troubles, sleeplessness. olns, - funded. UJS6 TOXIC f»c a bottle), a^ quick re tot throat and lunz troubles , hoarseness, and coughs and by Johniton. Keeallne and. Ben Fisher. «od guaranteed W care or money re- Skunk Farm ID Jf<«v York. A big sloiuk farm has been established in Tomkins county, N. Y., which expects next year to have a stock of 5,000 animals. Their food consists mostly of milk, water and bits of meat, while their beds are made of chestnut leaves, and dried grass in a larg-e bunding. They are seldom seen during the day, but come out at nightfall and gambol about the yard. Beginning with the "kittens," they can be . easily tamed. "When killing time comes they are placed in a tight box and chloroformed, thus rendering their fur free from odor. Besides the fur, a fat animal will yield nearly a pint of oil, that is said to be an unequaled remedy for stiff joints. A llouithold TriUHorc. D. W. Fuller, ol Canajoharie, N. \'., says that be always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it, If procurable. G- A. Dykeman, Druggist, Cats, kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used H in his family for eight years, and It has never failed to do all that Is claimed for It. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested? Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesllng'a drug store. Beg ular size 50o and $1. -A Friend In Need In R Friend Indeed." ' ..' A Mend advised me io try Ely's,. Jream Balm and alter using it six. '. weeks I believe myself cured of c». t«rb. It is a most valuable remedy—'; 1 Joseph Stuart, 624 Grand Avenu*, .; Brooklyn, N. Y. V; My son was afflicted with catarrh. I .'•• Induced him to try Ely's Cream Balm ,. and the disagreeable catarrhal smell 1 ; all left him. He appears as well *•.• any one—J. C. Olmatead, Arcola, IIL ' Price of Cream Balm is fifty cento.,. White shirts, 8 cents; cuff*, P«v; pair, 4 cents; collars, 2 cents. Out ' prices—Lee WahSlng . _j Have Yon Kidney Trouble? : Have You Throat Trouble? Have You Rheumatism?' ; Have You Bladder or Urinal: Trouble? "; TRY "SAN-JAK." .- Sold by BBS FISHBB. DruggUt. :• CHICAGO, March 7,18M. ' ' Don't Tobacco Spit ot.Saoke Yoor Llf« Awaj Is the truthful, atartlinff title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmle§». ?u anteed tobacco habit cure that braces up nlcotined nervei, eliminates the nicotine poison, makes weak men j?al Btreogth, viROr and manhood. You run no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac is sold by B. F. Keesllng under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Company New York and Chicago _ Haxlnkaiel»e Cottar* lor Sal*. Eleven room cottage. 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See dl» gram at the Journal office- W. B. BUBFOBD. Indianapolif. Some vicious vagrant amused himself one night . recently slashing tbo leather trimmings on the • buggies of two citizens of Kace street. Hr£iJ*ii^c1aift reaFin the case of Captain J. JL'v'i.- BrosloT.iTerreHame. tod who was tmtOuSt^ m this City with acate nephrltta and cy«ntte (l»- - ( ; uaromstlon o) the bladder a«d kidneys). >""• prescribing theusu&l remedies without »»»« — 5ak was suwz-Jited. and th« 1 J?P» r '"« nIt .J^ lllilllkCU aiWi. Vi^ti uttrif w. followed 50 speedily, that i ai oace comiuw™. — : . : , ; lnrestl*atlofc otlte merlu and tune rtnoe p m-* .« sol bed It in almost every known form **"'**$& bladder, uretbMl. Tatfoal and caiarrhal W>oD»> : : followed in «Mch lnstaoc-> by tne happlett rerattj. ,,„;, A case ol enureslsdnTOluntarj flow of nrtno) la *•% ray own family was very much Improved by •**» ..;& doses, and radically corod In lea» than » w»tir ,g., Krom practical experience in a number OI .»•,•:..* ewes of leucorrhoea I am free to ^y that I bm;: & found no remedy that In «qn*l to SAVJAK.,_, ^ And while I have never before «L T ™*, fTit^ slonal ludorsemeot to a proprief ary remfldj, l_JJP'!?-4 unhesltotlnnU and rttbout reserve that «_«>£v;'$; Sder dAS-JAK a veritable boon to humanity M« »(;','. after applilnit IIW the sunwt prolewilonal "**;.•;•'•!; S^wywl-hSonfldence, It is better than it Is »-,-* a In all. (Wnlto-arlnarv or catarrfcal troubles, In taste s »ls» in ll» fevor. In V«* Iamatpre»eQtugln(?:34N-j4Jt ai • torae In tldn disease and In «ever» «*» *;> ^SteSSiThave Tidied so readily to niSoetnat I shall continue to aw It In ca!S;i«SlnKconfldenttnatlc will meet all indications to Hicnca«tv • yonis Blnwrely, ' • (SlgneJ) BEN FISHER

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