Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 19, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 19, 1891
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The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. MO.^-INE 'NO CURE. NO FEE! Cured myself. OR. HAMILTON, iWetherecMlle,(B»lfet,)Md FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade la all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business'property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition. 1 ' And Johnson's Riverside Addition. • Vacant Lots, on Monthly^Payraents. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Block. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing mr work t« the musical people ol Logaasport I bave reduce--mi price lor tuning Pianos, $2.60 to tl.59. I also keep on hand a fall supfrlj of repairing material. Pianos repollshed, restnuie, new hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or llgbt. Flrstclass work. 33 rears experience. Orders by mall or left at Allen Elchard- son,s, 4M Fourth Street' Organs as above. marlld3m W. 9. CAFHON. Daily Journal. TUESDAY WORKING, MAY. 19. Beeeham's Pills cures sick head ache. d6t Misses Zoa Burkett and Hattie Boy er, of Walton, spent Sunday with friends in the city. THAT HACKING COCGH can • be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Kees ling 1 SHILOH'S CUBE -will ^immediately relieve croup, -whooping cough and bronchitis Sold by B. F. Kees. ling 8 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. 2 Biliousness, constipatioa, torpid liver, etc,, cured by Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Free samples at B. F- Keeslmg's. . (3) Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, -weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's (/>) I guarantee that one bottle will cure your face of pimples, freckles and blackheads. Price, 75 cents, at Keesling's drug store. 3— Nervous debility, poor memory diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) Fits, spasms, St. Vitus dance nervousness and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free •amples at B. F. Keesling's (4) Try Pryor's NEW SYRUP, CRUSHED VIOLETS! Finest Soda in the City. See what Foley »ays about sugar. A pure malt beer is the "Kaiser." may!7d6t Lawns, 3J cents a yard, at the Trade Palace. The "Kaiser," is the best beer in the city. may!7d6t Monticello flour, $2.40 per hundred, at Foley's. JJNew challies, only 5 cents a yard, at the Golden Rule. See the bargains in silks this week at the Trade Palace. ^ See those new black wash goods— satalinns, at the Trade Palace. All standard prints, 5 cents per yard—none better.—Golen Rule. Get ryour window draperies this week at special price*.—Trade Palace. -Try the new "Kaiser" beer manufactured by the Logan Brewing Company. may!7d6t Hosiery and underwear at special low prices in endlesa variety, at the Trade Palace. If you want a beer of pure malt and imported hops try the "Kaiser." —Logan Brewing'Co. may!7d6t Get your carpets, lace curtains and rugs, at special prices this week, at the Trade Palace. Mrs. M. E. Connolly, telegraph op erator at the Wabash station is visiting relatives at Ft. Wayne. Vienna bread at Taggart's. Leave orders at bakery, 524 Broadway, for the vragon to call at your house. mav!4deod8t See the new plain colors in china silk this week at 29 cents a yard. Think of it, a silk dress, 16 yards for $4.64.—Trade Palace. Lost, on platform of Pan Handle station or in lunch-room, a breast pin of considerable value. Proper reward will be paid for delivery of same at First National Bank. mayl9d3t School will continue at Halls Business College during the entire summer, no vacation except the week of July 4th. Common and High school branches, bookkeeping, penmanship, shorthand, and type-writing will be taught. Summer school will begin June 8th and continue eight weeks. This will be an excellent opportunity for those who wish to do special work in any line or to review the common branches. Prices very moderate for the summer term. may!7d6tw2t Death of a Good Man. A Peru special Jto the Indianapolis News contains ^the following conoer- ing the late lamented Rev. Walter L. Huffman, at one time pastor of the •11 Methodist Church in this city: ' 'With the death of Rev. Walter L. Huffman, Methodism loses one of its most valued members, and the ministry one of its ablest men. Rev.' Mr. Huffman was probably one of the oldest Ministers ia tho Western State?, and his record .in this direction is of more than passing- interest, His labors in this city, and particularly in the latter years of his life, peculiarly endeared him to the. people, and his name was synonymous for that which was good and just. In comfortable circumstances, and living quietly with his daughter, and even with his declining years one of the hard workers in the cause, his figure was one of the commanding and cheerful ones to be seen upon the streets. Fiftr-feur years of sei-vice in the cause of the Master, is a record that an man can be proud of, and when t this added the many und responsibl positions which he filled acceptably small wonder is it that all men di him honor. Born of humble parent age in the State of New York, in tb year of 1816, had he lived until nex month he would would have been sev enty-ive years old. When only thre years of age his parents mored V Gennessee county, New York, am when eighteen he came to Florence Huron county, Ohio. Hers he worked on a farm and studied as best he might In 1S2S at Elmyria/O., he first profess ed religion, . At the same time am place he felt that he was called to th ministry, and in the winter of 1887 h> came to Indiana, settled at Crawfords ville, where Be was licensed to preach Sinc« then he has filled many position of trust, notably, presiding- elder o the Peru district, agent for Asbur (now DePauw) University. He also filled the pulpits at Peru, Logansport Crawfordsville, Lawrenceburg, Cov ington, Williatnsport, South Bend, Laporte, and Other places." RAILROAD. RUMBLINGS. Items from tlie Note-Book of Our Hallway Reporter—Points Per- oottal aud ;OtJ»erwIse. Jacob Loner, of the Pan Handle boiler shop is on the sick. list. Carl Vance, of the ;.Vandalia yards, has gone back to work again after a week's vacation. Engineer Chas. Lee, of the Pan Handle has taken a months lay off and will take a pleasure trip to California. His family will visit at Walton during his absence. Pan Handle engine'No. 492 arrived yesterday from the Columbus O., shops. She will pull passenger op the south end from here to Cincinnati., with Engineer Martin Gantar at the ttrottle. David Laing- has so far recovered his health as to be arovnd once more. He says that last month ...was the first time that he missed the pay car for twenty years. He expects to go to work about tke first of next month. Pan Handle 'engine No. 378 is just out of the shop and will make her trial trip to-day. She will be put into passenger service on the north end in charge ,of Engineer George Lighthiser and is undO-btedly th« neatest piece of machinery on the road. Geo. Stemler and Richard Floyd returned from Indianapolis Saturday where they have beem attending the National Convention of Boilermakers. They report the order increasing rapidly in membership and as being very prosperous. There were several changes made in the constitution the most prominent of which are the adoption of an insurance clause and the limitation of the age of apprentices to 17 years. There were forty-five members in attendance from nearly every State in the union. On Saturday night the air-brakes on passenger train No. 12, of the Chicago & Erie Railway, which reached Huntington from Chicago shortly after midnight, failed to respond, and the train tore through the yards at that place, past the depot and struck the relief engine standing upon tie track with .terrific force. Engineer Calvin Lyons in charge of the passenger locomotive, was injured so badly in the-wreck that .he lived but a few moments. The other engine men escaped with, minor injuries. Lyons was a well-known citizen of Huntington, and leaves a wife and three children. The engine which he was driving was the one which. [Engineer. Moore was in charge of when he was killed at Hammond about six weeks ago Lyons is the third employe residing in XIptoii In this locality the "corn crop generally is in. Onward has now a large and inter esting Sunday school. Wheat nevea looked more flattering this time of the season than it does now. There was no services at the Mc- Keedrick M. E. church on account o: the funeral of Bro. Huffman an olc pioneer Methodist. The McKendric Sabbath school is now in a prosperous condition. Large attendance and the increasing efforts of the superintendent S. H. Saell, will make it one of the leading schools in the township. Jointly the Onward and Pipe Creek lodges of the Farmers Mutual Benefit Asssociation will give a basket picnic at the falls of Pipe Creek in Tipton township on Saturday, June 6th, to which they extend a welcome to the general public. Good music has been engaged and leading 'men of the association will address the people on the work of the F. M. B. A. A Fraud Rationed. Mr. Stevens, of the Logansport Journal, was in Wabash on Monday and gave the Plaia Dealer a call.— Wabash Pain Dealer. The Stevens referred to as a representative of the Logansport Journal is simply a fraud. He is not and never was connected with the Journal in any manner, and there is nothing in his present method of conducting himself to indicate that he ever will be connected with this "paper. This method is taken to inform the fraternity at Wabash and neighboring towns to keep a close eye on Stevens should be appear before' them claiming to come from the Journal. This is the same Stevens who is at 'present conducting a bastard sheet at Eoyal Center and who has had a finger in several similar publications of shady origin throughout this region. The Journal will be pleased to hear from any one who has been approached by this man with the statement that he came from the Journal. The Lover'* .Lament. Your face is like a drooping flower, Sweetheart! I see you fading hour by hour, Sweetheart! Your rounded outlines waste away, In vain I weep, in vain I pray, What power Death's cruel hand can stay? ' Sweetheart,. Sweetheart! Why, nothing, but Dr. Pierce's Fa- TOrite Prescription. It imparts strength to the failing system, cures 1 organic troubles, and for . debilitated and feeble women generally, is unequaled. It dispels melancholy'and nervousness, and builds up both flesh and strength. • Guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case, or money refunded. • Chas Kerlin and Bob Weaver captured three young eagles up Kankakee river Sunday. They will send ona Huntington killed upon the line during | of them to the soldiers home at Mathe past week. | rion. DEMOCRATIC TRICKERY. Desperate KITortrt to Delude tho Furineri of the Country, The disruption of the so-called commercial congress at Kansas City is tho exposure of a democratic partisan trick. The mask was dropped when incautious dispatches to eastern democratic papers announced with frtee the arrival of "the belated democratic delegations" from the south, giving that party a majority in the body. Thereafter onlv those who wished to be deceived or to deceive others made any new pretense that the body was non-partisan, or looked toward a new party in any other sense than as a tool to assist democrasy. For.obvious reasons men will still assert that the gathering represented the farmers of the northwest. Those f a,rm- ers are less likely to be duped in that matter than anybody else, and unless the so-called confess succeeds in duping them, it will Succeed in nothing-. It happens that at the same time several of the most influential southern leaders of the alliance, in attempting 1 to justify their position, publicly declare that they will have nothing to do with a new party, because they expect to find the democratic party doing- all that is necessary to satisfy the wishes of the alliance. If it does not, they will consider the matter next year, but as it will rest with them to decide whether they are satisfied, the public may safely take it for granted that the southern wing of the alliance will avow immense satisfaction witli whatever the democratic party may conclude to do. If western farmers can meanwhile be deluded for another year with expectations of a new party, and on that pretense be drawn off from republican' affiliations, the object will be accomplished. "In vain- is the net spread in the sight of any bird." Those who believe that any bird has more sense than western farmers are liable to be painfully undeceived. Some there are, no doubt, whose hostility to the republican party is so intense, because of its fidelity to public honor and the national welfare, that they will knowingly help the democratic party to the utmost of their ability. But it is equally true that there are seme democrats who honor the republican party for the same reason, and will do their utmost to prevent any success of democracy while it threatens national disaster. There are :noug-h democrats of tbis sort in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey to change fifty-two el ectoral votes. There are enough in Indiana, Illinois : and Minnesota to make the success of an alliance democracy impossible, and enough in the far western and Pacific states to defeat any such party in most of them. Before the next session of congress has lasted long- the democratic party tvill be forced to take its position for or against unlimited coinage of silver, for Or against the sub-treasury plan, for or against tbe unlimited issue of paper to be loaned to farmers on mortgage, and for or against the virtual confiscation of railroad property. On each of these questions the democratic party will have to repulse the alliance, or else to affront practical business men of all parties and all sections. It will not be found possible B.ny longer to ride with safety two horses going in opposite directions. The democratic party will have to ;hoose its path, knowing that in doing 1 30 it must deliberately give up part of the support it has recently received. Tbe republican party is not in trouble about its policy. It has no oc- :asion to ask a more impregnable position than that chosen by the last :6ngress, and so well fortified in President Harrison's letter to the Kansas City convention. Before that body iad disclosed its purpose men of every party in every state had read this letter with attention and profound respect. What is raid regarding the money question, the silver question, the low prices of .foreign products, reciprocity and admission of foreign products into foreign countries, was not only better reasoned and more attractively put than any utterance of ;he so-called congress, but it offered jractical and sensible remedies in place of witches' spells and quack medicines. After such a letter the drivel of the convention came like Sitch water follon-ing choice wine.— N. Y. Tribune. SANTA CiAusSoAP. TttE s GOOD GO 17'5 'S pL^l 1-HOpE, NICK'S T tfE fj\VoF\ijE s>\irlT» CHICAGO. ORANGE BLOSSOM A POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES. ^YMPTflMQ' A tivca . languid feeling, low spirited and despondent, with no ftppa- OllfliiUmJi rontcause. lndtfe'*stion, headache, pains in the back, pains across the lower part of bowels. Greatsorenuss in region <.f ovaries, Bladder difficulty, Frequent urina- tions, Leucorrlicea, Constipation of bowels, and with all these symptoms a terrible aervoui feellnff is experienced by the patient. THE OBANGK BLOSSOM TREATMENT removes alf these by a thorough process of absorption. A I nOAl ADDI IPATinU Perfectly harmless, which every lady can usa, herself. Hed- LUllHL HrrLllml lUli leines taken internally -gill never relieve the many forma of female-weakness. The remedy muet be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief .•> A DI AIM TAI V Tfl I iniC9 inmirclr<:uIar - Ask your druggist for one, or send two rLHIH I HLri IU Lnllll-O cent stamp to home olfice for sample box and circular. EVERY LADY CAN TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Remedy. 0. B. Catarrh. Cure. (1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. -1>REPABED BY- 0. B. Stomach Po-wdera. O. B. Kidney Cones. j. A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHICAGO, ILL FOR SALE BY B .jr.i £EESI<1 53 aal j^tivsrjv BROS. febios&wlr Anti-Rip, "Warranted Anti-Rip Our Low Lace Oxfords with Patent Leather Tip at ' Eiglity-flve Cents. WALKER & RAUCH, W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. HABITS OF THE GROUlND HOG. Its Reliability as » Weather Prophet Somewhat Doubtful. It is a fact that the prediction of the jroimd hog seems to have often been fulfilled, but the prognostications of that f arseeing- beast are rendered somewhat -unreliable by a variation, in its labits from one latitude to another, [ts wisdom as a weather prophet depends upon its manner of hibernating, md that differs according to climate. The range of the animal extends from Hudson bay to North Carolina, and the >eriod which. it remains underground lepends wholly upon the degree of cold ihat it finds. When tbe weather becomes too frigid to be comfortable, it disappears into its hole, and it does not come out again until the temperature las moderated. Thus, in the far north t remains dormant all winter long, probably not visiting- the outer air so much as once during its period of-re- irement. Further south its period of ibernating is shorter in proportion to he warmth, and it is probable that dur- ng 1 a warm winter in North, Carolina it ardly-'froes to sleep in this way at all, inly 'seeking that method of getting away from- J ack Frost when occasional .old snaps make it necessary. So you ee that it all depends .upon the acci- ;ent of latitude whether or not. the TOund hog comes out of its hole on Candlemas" day and looks around for ;s shadow. The popular superstition o this effect is a very curious one, and, o far as can be learned no one knows rom what source it is derived. Of ourse, the ground hog is not a hog at all, but. a kind of squirrel.—Chicago oiirhal. WHOLESALE DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER N. W. Cor. Fourteeutti and Maple Sts. LOUSVILLE, KY. ;Hen(!on thin'paper. A "Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had been under the care of two prominent physicians, and used]^their treatment until he was not able to get garoundf They pronouaced Ms case to be consumption and incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds and at that time was ^not cable to walk across the street without resting. He found, before he had used half of a bottle, that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to-day enjoying good health. If you have any throat, lung or chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free a B. F. Keesling's drug store. 5 a v e ZTried It. A number of my lady customers- have tried "Mother's Friend," and would not be without ^for many times its cost. 'They recommend it to all who are to become mothers.— 1$. A. Payne, druggist, Greenville, Alabama. Write. Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher. to23 German Baptist*, Hag;er»t«WR, May US to June 5. From May 20 to June 1, inclusive, the Wabash Railway will sell tickets to Hagerstown, Md., on account of tb.« •national meeting of German 1 Baptist* at $17.16 for the round trip. Ticket* good returning June .30 inclusive, 1891. Remember that the Wabasb. is the direct route, El»«-*nt fr6p reclining chair cars. tojunel. For Over Fifty V«ars. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy—Mrs. Wlnslow** Soothing- Syrup has been uswl for over SHtr Years by Millions of Mothers, for their Children.: ' 'While Teething, with Perfect Success. It Soothes the Child, Soitens the ftims.AUajs all Pain; Curei Diarrhoea. Sold bj druggists In every part ol tin: world. Be sure and ask for Mrs;' winslow's 1 Soothing Syrup, and (alee no other kind, Twenty-five cents a bottle. luD«20d*wlj Miles' ai«rvv an- Liver Pills. Anlmportanttilsi'ovflry. They act on the Itrer,- stomach and bowel* Oirauxh tbo serves. A D«w principle. TbCT spttvliK cure biliousness, bM taste, torpid ll.ver, ,n! 1« and cdfistlpatloB Splendid for men. women ;inrl children, Srnallert mildest, surest. »' (lows fur 25 cents Sample* free at B. K. Diphtheria. In a severe case, there is but one thing to do, get the nearest physician, but how much better it would be to "prevent a severe case by having Pineapple Syrup ia. the house; it will do the work. Try it. For sale by J. F. .Coulson & Co. _ to!5 THE REV. GEO. H. THAYSK, of Bourbon, Ind., says: '-Both myself and wife owe Our lives to Shiloh's Consumptive Cure. Sold by B. F Keesling _ * Wanted, every lady in Logansport to know that B. F. Keesling sells famous '-Blush of Roses" for the complexiOD. 2 For family use, the "Kaiser" is the best beer. mayl7d6t UAEBSALL'S HOOF CUEI l cures sand and quarter cracky, splithoofs, sore and contracts! cores and all hoof trooli- les. Stops cracking, sheUlBg- d scaling hoofs. Soften* i^and toughen* brittle hooti. kit is better than BOdktop with ell, meal, eto. Should be used on «fi ^.horses standing on. I hard floors or drf*- I en on hard road*. It also cairn. ^scratches, teM«v alls of all Had*. IQIXDO, 0., April 6,189L I htui a home la my stables that had hooti BO brittle that itwas impossible tokeep»»boo , oa his feet I have used one con of Mar- BhalTa Hoof Cure on W» hoofs anil tie hor»» has been shod for four weeks and tho staM* stay on nil right. I consider it the best hoc* cure I have ever used; JOSK-B foer. Liveryman. J or sale by D. E. Prvor, Logansport^j mayl4deod#w6m

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