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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 3, 1895
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Just a Minute of Your Time, Please. P rices Tan or Black. Made to sell $i.38::; Tan or Black. Silk Goring. Made for $2.00 Mist.es'Tau or Black. Others ask $1.50 for 'etu. Bargains in Men's Shoos, Too. ARE THE BEST/ OUR GUARANTEE: Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back ! An Ordiuaucc. An Ordinance authorizing The Logimsport Gas Light & Coko Company to liiyand maintain pipes und conduits In the streets, svonues.nlleys nad public plnces In tho Cliyit LoRiuisport for the purpoSB or fnrnl.HhlnK uud supply'UB the said City und tli* inhiibltiints thureot with artl- ncliil gnu. Be It ordained by the Common Council of the -City ot Losimsjort, Indiana: Section I. That The LoROnspott On« Light it CoHo Company, and Its successors und lusigua be and; they hernby are (jrnnteU tne light and privilege, for the period ot twemy-llvo /wits from the piuiifit) ot thin ordlannce. ot using the streets .avenues ulleysand public places ottl'd City of Logansport, us If is now laid out, or niny here-after bo laid out or enlnrged, for the purpose of lujlngdoNDivnd nialnutliilng In and under I ha .said sweats, avenues, alloys and public places ot said city, suitable iind necessary pipes , conduits, mains and iippiiriitus for the conveyance ot artificial gas for the use or stvld city ami Its Inhabitants. Frovlded: that the said ROS rlpos, con- -dult.i, multis or appiuutu' shall not Interfere wltn tho dnilniiKft oiisald city, or tbe con.itrucllon of sewers or Its fewer system, or lor with underground tixturi'S itorthe cunvejauceof water. Section 2. That whenever said LoginiiDort Gas Light & Coke Company propose to open any street, avenue, alley or public pluce for the purpose ot laying down gas pipes, conduits, mains or •other apparatus, they shall «lve to tho City Street CororalsHloi'.«rtlir««days' riotluool iholr intention so to do, and shall not during the progress ct said work unnecessarily obstruct imtsane or public travel on and along said street, avenue, alley or public place, and shall within a reasonable time put tho same In us pood condition and repair as Visesumo wore In before Mu« opened, unil shall be governed by all tho ruins, regulations and ordinances now In force, or whlca may hereafter •at any time be established or put In force by suld -city, governing and regulating the digging ot troncbes and making excavations In anil on the said street*, avenues, alleys, sloewalks aud public places of <ald city. Sections. Tliiit If the Common Council desire at any time to erect aciltlclal gns lamps at any ol Us public buildings or public grounds or upon any ot lalrt streets. a«ounos, alleys at did city, that are not reached by the mclRs of suid company, then the Mild company shall for a fair compensation to be allowed HIM paid by wild Common Coun- •cll, lay down within tho corporate limits otsaH city, within a reasonable time, the necessary pipes and fixtures, racept the lamp posts and BMuras which shHll be furnlshtxl by wild city, and the Inmps tbos owcted shall bt> supplied by said company with arUllclal gaa as aforesaid upon as fav- •orailo terms and prices as the KUDO is furnished to unyothor consumer or consumers. And the plpe« thus laid down scUe expense ef the city shall not eltlior dlrecUy orlnolrectly, boi'sed for fur»lsb!ng g&t to Individual citizens, nor shall other pipes be laid down wlthlu saw tetntocy until the amount paid by the city for laying the sam» down shall hiivo been refunded to the city by said company. Section 4. That If any discovery or Improro- ment shall httfvftfter b* made In the preparation and mnnufactnre ot artiaclal gits. Iroin coal or other material, either liquid or su.'lcl, by which tho cost of artificial gas shall be material!" diminished, and the same shall be adopted In the cities •of this State anil otllke class with this c'tyand , having similar works, then and In xuch case said • company shall Introduce and use such discovery In the City or Logansport, und give to said clu and lu Inhabitants the benefit of tne reduction ot prlc* of gas sold as shall be In proport : on ra tha saving mrcted by sncu discovery or improvement. "• Section 5. That If snJU Logan»port Gas LlRiit * Coke Company or Its successors or asulgns shall violate or refuse to comply with any ot ihe provisions of this ordinance, then and lu that case, they shall forfeit all of the r'snu and privileges granted by this ordinance, and tue Common Council reserves the right lo repeal tlie saoie. Section G. All ordinances and parts ofordl- •uiicxvi IB tontllct herewith ate hereby repealed. Socilon 7 This ordinance shall take eject and be In force from and after lt« pa»sag8 and publication fof two weeks, once each week, .'a iorae dally newspaper piloted and published In the City of Loganiii-ort. Pas>ed Mar 1.1898. [sun.] GJIORGI p. Metis, Hayor. Attett: John B. Winters, dtj Clerk. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, NAY 3. ^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^ |> ^ B ^^^^^^^^MB»^^^lMMP^^a^»»i Chlld'i apron overalls at Otto'e. Natural gaB bills for May DOW du and payable. |7,50 for iul!B half the price of th cloth, at Otto'«. See our children's white button shoes—Sleveneon & Kllneick. Umbrella and parasol sale today and Saturday. See prices—Trade Palace Five dollars worth of comfort in ou 35 cent alippers—Stevenson & Klin sick. Go to John Gray's and get a pair o a box of those fast black hose of high grade. For Bent—Cottage on 17th street Apply at southeast corner 9th and Eaci streets. White shirts, 8 cents; cuffs, pe: pair, 4 cents; collars, 2 cents. Cu prices—Lee Wah Slug. The lecture of the ev. George Kelly of Lagro was heard by a good audience at St. Bridget's hall 01 Linden avenue last night. The Rev Kelley is state organizer of the Cath olic Total Abstinence Union America. Today and Saturday—A good fast black umbrella, natural loop handle 49o; celluloid hand loon English gloria oloth, 89o; a white silk parasol, $1.25 white silk parasol, six inch rufflo §1.75, worth |2.50. Don't miss this gale—Trade Palace. When John Gray advertises a bargain It is a bargain indeed. No oatch penny business. This time it Is a faet black hose of high grade. Ills wei known that John Gray keeps the best selected stock of hose to be found anywhere and gives the best value for the prices asked, but he has broken his own record this time in the fast black hose of high grade which he ia now offering by the pair or box. A TOUGH CUSTOMER of a. novliio Terror Attacks Jame* lie Combn on the 1'nbllc Highway. A bull belonging to Ellsha Nethercutt of Jefferson township,out broke of Us pasture yesterday and gave Its owner and James McCombe, the implement dealer, who happened to be passing, a lively battle before It was again confined by a fence. The flgbt lasted for two hours and was carried on by the men with clubs, stones and fenco rails. The animal first attacked Mr. MoCombs' horse as he was pro- needing quietly on his way, and the latter had a narrow escape. Preo mix. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are Jeasy in action and are particularly effective In the cure of constipation ami sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25o per box. Sold by B. F. Keesllng, druggist. ^ ^' A Clillil Badly Bitten. Mabel, the young daughter of C. W. Traut, tho grooer, was bitten om the hand by a vicious dog a day or two ago. The wound was not con- sldered serious but yesterday the hand was badly swollen and festered. Dr. Bell being called found It necessary to cauterize the wound. It is believed no serious results will follow. Npllt 3111k. Two dairy wagons were upset in different parts of the city yesterday. One at the Yandalla depot about 8 a. m., and'the other at the crossing pi the Wabash and the Pan Handle just before noon. The horses In both casei, were frightened by locomotives. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, The beat salve In the world for outs bruises cores, ulcere, ealt rheum fever eores; tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup* lions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re. funded. Price 25 cents per bor. For sale by B. F, Keesllng. Hammock* tor the Millions. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway, and see the largest line of hammocks in the city. Prices, from forty cants up. Notice to Contractor*. Sealed proposals will be received by the Common Council at tiid ofllce of the 6B clerk np to 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, June 5, 1S95, for the construction at all unfinished cement sidewalks 'on North SL;\,u street according to see ordinances of the city of Lo«aaaport, and according to profll«. plms nndtpeciaeaUons on file In the office ot the city civil engiaeer. Proposals roust be signed and enclosed la a sealed envelope, mwkel "Proposal tor Cement Sidewalks ou North Sixth street." and addressed to the dry clerk. The suc- wwtul b'dfler will be required to execute contract and KITS bond to vhe approval ot toe council lot doing the wort. Th« Common Council res«r»es the right to reject any and all bids. MOHN B. WKTKB3, City dStt logaasport. Ind.. April 30.1S95. GRAND TRUNK OFFICIAL Insomnia DO Longer* Terror oftb« H«rd Worker While Faloe's Celery Compound Kxl«t»—Mr. N. J- Grace Speaks In PraU« of It. One of the clearest complexioned, best looking men in Boston today, says the Boston Globe. IB a prominent New England agent of a great railroad, who uses Paine's celery compound spring and fall, and whose wife and children take it dally during the iprlng months. Mr. N. J. Grace of the Grand Trunk is a modest man, one of the best-liked gentlemen in Boston, and a thorough railroad man. When asked about the merits of Paine's celery compound he said he believed in it thoroughly, had used It himself and in his family for two years with tho most gratifying results. "My boys are using it now," he said, '-and I believe there is no better spring medicine than Paine's celery compound. A touch of rheumatism Oral urged, me to try it, and times after that, when run down, aa most every one is at intervale through the year, I found that it revived the vital spark and made me feel better. Never in all my experience among men have I heard a remedy so highly spoken of. Friends of mine have used It with splendid results for dyspepsia and liver complaint, while for Ineomnia, neighbor of mine tells me that it will banish it in a night." Mr. Grace is one of the hoalthlest looking men to be me; with in Boston todaj. For fully SO years he has been with the Grand Trunk, yet in all his life he never looked better or enjoyed more freedom from pain than be does today. He is one of the thousands in thia city who have reason to bellevo in Paine's celery compound. Dow French Bab Ion Arc Fed. It is not generally known that in France It is forbidden, under severe penalties, for anyone to give infants under one year any form of solid food, unless such be ordered by written prescription, signed by a legally qualified medical man. Nurses are also forbidden to uise, in the rearing of infants confided to their care, at any time or under any pretext whatever, auy nursing- bottle provided with a rubber tube. Several other similar and equally stringent laws have recently been enactod by the. French government, which, despairing of obtaining any increase in the birth rate in their land, is now turning its attention to the saving of the few children that are born. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know Us value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it free. Call oo the advertised druggist and got a trial bottle free. Send your name and address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life, pills free, as well as a copy of Guide ;o Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which Is guaranteed to do yon good and coat nothing. For sale at B. F. Keesllng's drug store. New Substitute for Oolrt- Tho Journal de 1" Horlogerie claims that a new alloy which it describes is a remarkable substitute for gold. It is composed of 94 parts of copper to 0 of antimony. The copper is melted and the antimony is then added. After the two metals have been perfectly fused together, a little magnesium 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, even when exposed to the action of am- monlacal salts or nitrous vapors. The cost of making it is about twenty-five cents a pound avoirdupois. Cook Wanted _'or summer hotel—young white man. Must be good meat and pastry cook; must work reasonable; state price to commence May lltb. Address - RAKNELLS & MITCHELL, Columbia Park Hotel, Rochester, Ind., Box 812.' Wabaoh Low Bate Harveit Kxcur- Hlons, 1803, will be run from all stations on the iVabash Railroad on May 21st, and lunellth, to the West, Northwest, iouth and Southwest. For full particulars, apply to the learest ticket agent of the Wabash or onnecting lines, or to C. S. CKAXE, G. P. & T. A., Wabash R. B. John R. Kennedy bas purehaied be Interest of his partner, Lewis H. Kent In the West End addition. . By he deal which Involved a consider*. Ion of $12,500, Mr. Kennedy becomes ole proprietor of the addition. Jlow'* This: We offer One Hundred Dollars Beward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cored by Hall'i atarrhCure. F. J. CHENEY * CO., Props.. Toledo. 0. We, the undersigned, have known/. J. Cheney or the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly ODorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry oat any obligation made by lelr filin. WIST * TBUAS. Wholesale DmggBti, Toledo, 0 rALDisa, KETSAK * ILuivix, Wholesale Drug glit. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh C«re U taken Internally, acting directly open tbe blood and mucous smttcw ot leiyitem. Price 75c psr ttottle. Sold by Ml roffilata. TeiUmontali tne. A HappT Surprise, Yesterday was a most notable one in the life of Mrs. Emma Warrick of Washington township. It was that most estimable lady's USh birthday anniversary, and her many friends managed to make It a most joyful and interesting occasion for her and for themselves by giving her an' old- fashioned surprise party. The eupper was managed by Mrs. Like, assisted by the most intimate friends and the relatives of Mrs. Warrick. She WBB completely aud most pleasantly astonlnhed, but w&a equal to the occasion. Mr. Warrlck presented his better half with a handsome gold watch. The many friends present also gave Mrs. Warrlck a number of valuable and useful gifts, the presentation speech being made by R. R. Reed of Eel township. All those present joined In wishing the happy hostess any number of returns of the day. (Other papers please copy.) A Friend's Adylco. .::: MONTAGUE, Mich., Nov. 13, '93. William Windeckaeck. a wealthy farmer of Muskegon county, personally appear before me, a Notary Public, this day, and deposes and sayt: ••That for the past year or so ho WSB 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 Vitalizer, and he says that the trembling and nervous feeling was Immediately stopped by its use. Afterwards he used two bottle of the same medicine and says be is entirely cured and free from that trembling sensation; his heart gives him no trouble and he sleeps well. He further says that his general health Is much better, and that he is calling the attention of his neighbors and friends to the remarkable value of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer." Signed, W. WINDECKNECK. Sworn to and eubsaribed before me, a Notary Public for Muskegon county, State of Michigan. Jx>fEs MORRISON. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. National Educational AnHOdiUlon Denver. Colo., July 5 For this occasion the Wabash Kail- road has made a rate of one fare for the round trip to Denver plus $2,00, added for membership fee. For full particulars in regard to this meeting, time of trains, rates, route, etc., call upon or write to any representative of the Wabash R. R., or connecting lines, or C. S. CKANE, Gon'l Pasa. and Ticket Ag't, Wabash R. R., St. Louis, Mo. Wo ChaneeH In Election Law*. Indianapolis News: In view of the approaching election in many ot the towns of the State many inquiries are being made of State oflioera as to what changes, If any, were made In the elaotlon law. Deputy Secretary of State Wright, who has handled all the acts as they have gone to the State printer, saya that no changes were made in the law.. Letters received by the State officers Indicate that in many localises there is an impression that several changes were made in the law. Several bills providing for amendments did pass tho House, but none of them got through the Senate. Even the amendments prepared by Chairman Gowdy, of the Republican State com mittee, were allowed to die In the Senate. Peruvian* Are Mad. Peru Chronicle: George Forgy'a smart deal In "whlpcatting" Peru capitalists out of his way in a transaction involving the sale of his gravel roads to the county commissioners, has thrown all of- Logansport into transports of wild delight. The pa pera can hardly contain themselves. Forgy Is the Idol of the hour. The wonder is that one small head can carry all he knows. The Journal sayi, "Forgy was blocked in. the sale of the roads by the Peru capitalists and he in turn stopped them in the sale to the Dieterich syndicate of the Peru gaa plant of which he holds a large block of Btook. When they came down and allowed him to pass, with his gravel road deal he acceded to their desires In the g»s deal." Insurance, Loans, S. M- CLOSSON, 319 Pearl street. Money Made at Home Last month I cleared, after paying aliaxpeases, S2S5 33- tb- month before »1SO,88 and have at the same'time attended to my regular business. I believe anyone, anywhere, san do aswell, as I have not a particular! y sood location and not much ex- DerteDce. Wben rou have an article that every lami'y wants. It Is Ten easy selling It. It teems strange thata'good, cheap dish washer was never before-placed on the market. With the Ferfec- Uoo. wtlch sells far *5, yoa can wash and dry the dlsnes^or a family in two minutes, without putting the bands In water. AS soon as the people tee TUB washer work, they want one, andthtt U ibjsomach money can be made so q«Hk'y. For ftSfparBraSri address The Perfection MOt. Co.. SmtwSaTKnsleirood.Ill. I feel eonvlmced that inj adj or zeollraan, In any location, can make to«lOad«r,M ewrr famUj will ven §*en iSJoJibwiiher. TultEndpuWtthTOM «- ^eace for ft* benefit ot other*. AMdO. Makes hard water soft — Pearline. Every woman knows just v.liat that means to her. \Vashii-g' ;:: hard \vater is so diiikuh, and the results so poor! Pearlinc reduces the labor, \\heiher you use :-.ou \vater cr hard. But use Pearline, and it's just as easy to \vasli \vith hard \vatcr as with soft v.-ater than your h from time to Send- *?: . * Back —".".'. '.he results are just as £ Pcixrlinc saves more tiling's ' f these savings See The Specialists For CJironic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that has ^Doa'T forget that* their vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles pets the remedies to the diseased *pote and curoa when everything else fails. Call acd investigate anyway. It costs you nothing for consultation. Drs. .Christopher & Longenecker, AtiThe 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 WALKER 6c RflUGtt. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ICYCLES, ABE THE HIGHEST OF AL1 HIGH GRADES. Warranted Superior to auy Bicycle Bunt' i la the World Uegardlesa ot .Price Built and guaranteed by the Indiana BlcyaH Co., a Million Dollar coritoratlon, whose bood M ' n»KOOda»go!d. Do not buy a wheel until Jtm have seen the WAVEBLEY. Scorcher2libs.,$85 ... ^ A Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. A TEMPERED WITH ELECTRICITY. Italian Inreutlon of Int«re»t to Wlo> Maker* and Wine Drlnkerm. Italian wine merchants have reason to congratulate themselves on the introduction of tho electrical process for tho aging of tvincs, ia the wine-producing provinces of Italy. The process, says tho 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 with advantage In the correction of faults frequently apparent in California wines, arising from the richness of the soil on which the grapes have been grown. But the tempering 1 of wine U only one of many uses to which electricity is now put in the wine-producing Industry. In an establishment, 'm Algeria, where the Arab labor was uncertain and unsatisfactory, a generating plant has been erected for doing the whole work. The plant consists of a compound dynamo and a steam engine. The currcn.t"from the dynamo is -utilized for lighting- purposes, and for the operation of seven electric motors, ranging from two to ten effective horse-power. One motor drives a one- ton crane, which lifts boxes of grapes from the ground floor to the beating room; three motors operate the beatera »nd presses; and the remaining three are coupled direct to the centrifugal pumps, which keep the must moving- in the tuns. The work of the electric motors Is extremely variable, aj:il consequently there is much fluctuation in the load of the generating dynamo. AH trouble, however, ia the lighting circuits is obviated by a perfect system of regnla- tion- „ tne cream is excessively uour, there will be a loss of fat, for in soma way it gets the cream in a condition ia JKaxlnttnek.ee Cottace for SUe. Eleven room cottage, 100 feet lake front; will plve a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B. BOUFOKD, ! : India&Bpolil. Have Yon Kidney Trouble? ; Have You Throat Trouble? ; Have You Rheumatism? ','. Have You Bladder or Urinal Trouble? TRY "SAN-JAK." Sold by BEX FI»HB«. DruggUt. . .; ' ., -s ICHlCiGO, March 7, UN.: /.^ DB BORHXAN, Cmci.<x>. v 'r$ MT DKLH dm— My attention was Orel called t» ••.•$$ SAN-JAK la«* year In .the case ot Captain J.%'.'> : 5g Broslus. « Terre Haute, Jtod.. who was irtUckJ* .»« in this City with acute nep&rltli and eyitttli Of.'.i-SS HammsllOD ol the bladder and Iddneyi). Aft« ,*.» prescribing the u«u»l remedies without avail San-v.f.'a Jafc was suggested, and ih« Improvement TOI •••WJsi marked atwr tfce flrat dose, and a complete flq»v ; C«S followed so speedily, thatl at once commenced MK .•$& Investigation or iw merits and have since Pl»-'.jf| scribed 11 In almost every known form ol HMntrifKSS bladder, urethra!, vaginal and csuarrual troab>i«,.;vffl followed In ends Instance by tne happiew refottl. ;.;;« A case or enuresls{lnvoluntarr now ot wine) la-frSg myoira lamlly was very much Improved by a fMf.,-.£a| doses and radically cured m less tuan a we*S!S Krom practical experience In a number ol cafes of leucorrhoea I am tree to say tnat I. round no remedy that U equal to SAS-JAK. And while! have never before given s p..,.' slonal indorsement to n proprietary remedy, I •>/:•*' unhesitatingly aud olthout reserve that i , «** •.!-. slder tiAX-J AK a veritable boon to hamanltr ma * after applying It to the sulfcst profession*! tt am say wl in conadence, It Is better than it if in all «enltq-nrlnaiT<"'«a t arihal troubles, in Jullyand entirely. The HedldSe Is «1M ic lw lavor. In prescrtb children, lain at present using SA>-J lain at presen In iklu <llaea<M«. aud la sever* , cue* tt'- zem. have yielded » readliy to Kf »-. Way lit £^cu3 Vile i;rva^u iu <i cuumkauLL u4 &Jt0fatlYC Ul iKmoi«eM**« miu *** PCTOL^, cajc»-»»* which it Trill not give up all its fat- j *» S *™f»»™ffi«ff£%'S'*&£$ Farmers Voice. ] ^J^, reeiln« confident Uiat it will me« all tfc*' CBEAM, says Mr. Curler, should *l- | ways be strained through a wire strain- , er into the chum. This breaks up »ny • thick cream, ' BEN FISHER DMGG

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