Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 9, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 9, 1895
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^ A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR. Waterproof 'collars and cnfrs that you --can clean yourself by simply wiping •off with a wet sponge. Tht genuine look exactly like linen and every piece is marked this way: TRAOf ELLULOI ^^ /VfARK- 'They arc made by covering a linen •collar or cuff with "celluloid," and are the only waterproof goods made with an interlining, and the only goods thac on stand the wear and give perfect satisfaction. Neverwiltnnd not cfTect- *cd by nioisttirc. Try them and you -wi'l never regret it. Ask for those •v/iih nbove trade ir.ark and refuse any •'Jiitations. If you/ denier does not. .!•"'•? them we will mail you a sanipla - "-t i-i-i receipt of priv.c. Collars 250. •• Cu ffs 500. pair. State whether -.-'••-ip or turucd-dowu collar is ".-••i -.d. Tlie Celluloid Company, 427-429 Broadway, New York. TFB K, T. SPECIAL. The special Knights Templar train on the Tandalla next Thursday will leare here about 4 p. .m. and return about 2 a. m. tho next day. J. T. Cookburn and Joe Linvllle have canvassed among the Knights and report that probably one hundred will go. Knighis Templar from all over the State will be ia South Bend and the commandery of that city has promlted to make it agreeable to all. The fare for the round trip is $2.00 and is open to all whether members of the order or not. The local commandery wishes to secure a good delegation from this city and for this purpose has arranged with the railroad company for a very low rate. PKOFESSOR MUNYON'S GREAT WOKE AMON3 THE SUFFERING. His Medicine* Are Xarvela in W«y of Effect!!* Core. the EEAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. ojOANS NEGOTIATED. » GEO. W, RODEFER, UO Broadway. Over Hank's Jewelry Store. J. M. McKlNSEY, General Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small 'Amounts. 412 BROADWAY. DR. F. M. JBOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. *3v2r State National/ Bank, Logansport, Ind. D. W, TOMLINSON. HEAL ESTATE bought und sold.< MONEF loaned on reasonnble terms. OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4ih Street. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. Dn E. H. Grace, DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market St. Now Ideas In Gold C.ro\vn and Bridge Work. Pan Handle switchman J. J. Fox and wife, are visiting relatives at Key. nolde. Fan Handle passenger trainmen have been forbidden to wear tan shoes while on duty. A. T. Knapp trainmaster of the Peorla & Eastern at Indianapolis died on Tuesday, aged 44 years. Conductor James Kenney baa resumed his run on the Marion and Wlnamac dummy after a week's sickness Tbe name of the colored man ar- rented at Crown Point Tuesday for setting fire to a hay barn Is Harry Mitchell. V £$P The National Association of machinists at their convention in Cincinnati have adopted a resolution favoring free ellver. The Wabash railroad Is taking out all the old wooden cattle guards on the line and replacing them with new Iron ones. Conductor James Early will attend the O. R. C. convention at Atlanta. He is not a delegate but IB £olng on Lls own hook. On account of the strike at the various plants of the Illinois Steel Co., the coke and stone traffic on the Pan Handle la at a stand still. In April 5,876 oar loads of gravel ballast was distributed on the Little Miami division of the Pennsylvania linos, southwestern system. The new time card on the Pan Handle will not go Into effect next Sunday as was at first expected but probably one week later May 19. Important changes are looked for. The new passenger engines the Pennsylvania is building at Altoonii will have many improvements over the present type of engine. Tho wheel covers and double guide are omitted, and a new form of single guide, with a strengthening bar of .oast Iron, is being substituted, which is said to be Mr. George Lodge, the well known real estate dealer, Third, and Federal streets, Philadelphia, Pa., IB not only one of the most prominent real estate brokers in the city, but is tbe general manager of the new underground system of electrical propulsion, which ii destined to supersede the overhead trolley. Read what he says: 'Ever since 1868 I have been a great sufferer from sciatic rheumatism. There were times when the excruciating pain nearly drove me insane, and I was practically helpless. Under a friend's advloe I was Induced to try Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. After taking a few doses the pain left me and I have not had the slightest symptoms of any return of the disease. I have recommended this remedy to several of my friends, who have also been cured." Munyon'a Rheumatism Cure is guaranteed to cure the rheumatism in any part of the body. Acute or muscular rheumatism cured in from one to five days. It never fails to cure sharp, shooting pains In the arms, legs, sides. back or breast, or soreness in any part of tho body in from one 10 three hours. It la guaranteed to promptly cure lameness, stiff and swollen joints, stiff back and all pains in the hlpa and loins. Chronic rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, or psin in the back are speedily cured. Munyon's Homeopathic Home Remedy Company of Philadelphia, put up Rpeolacs 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 of their disease should address Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street. Philadelphia, giving full symptoms of their disease. Professor Munyon will carefully diagnose the case and give you tho benefit of his advlco absolutely free of charge. The remedies will be sent to any address on receipt of retail price. (*••«» ••* Jubilee. An audience great in number and most generous in its appreciation of the entertainment greeted Sbyton's Jubilee Singers at Ordway hall last eight. It wag good, not that it was unusually artistic, but that it was vastly more pleating to the average amusement seeker Vhan a concert in which a knowledge of muilcal technique is necessary to its proper appreciation. The old plantation melodies were rendered aa none but Ethiopians can render them, and were heartily encored by a delighted audience. One of the most unique num. bers of the program was the bone solo by Mr. Roblnaon, in which he imitated the movements of a barber in shaving a man and cutting his hair.—Glenn Falls Star. At the opera house Thursday night May 10th. Prices 95, 35 and 50 cents. A Much Prized Keep-Sane. The watch-case which was carried jy W. F. Shoemaker when •, he was killed at Forty-Ninth street, «Jhicago- several months ago, has been received rom a case company at Chicago by Jeweler B. Z. Lewis, wne sent the case to have it stralght-ene'd out. It is now the property of Wm. Shoe, maker a brother of the late owner. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of j Desirable Shoes Al ; 3 WflLKER & Rf\UGH { Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. *DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING MAY 9. Girl Wanted—At 216 Eighth stroot. 2$o washing. Good wag-pa. Fred Scheuman of Logansport has been given a patent on a new safety valve. They daro not claim they can meet Otto'* prices, beoauae the people are not alow In -condemning a fraud. The mayor took the oase of A. C. Barnett. accused of violating the 40rcon ordinance, under advisement .yesterday after hearing the evidence. The Good Templars will giro a pink *cd white social at the home of Miss Clem* Cooke No. 1429 Market street Thursday evening May 9th. All are cordially invited to attend. The bread merchants at Elwood who have been selling the life supporter for two cents a loaf for some time, have raised the price to four cents on ao< count of the recent advance in the coat of flour. Investigate Otto's wonderful offer, the suits are displayed on the sidewalk. toy of the salesmen will be pleased to how you those inside. Of course, here is not room for all outside.— )tto Kraua. A party made up of the families of Cotton and . Moses Nether- bf near 18th street, fished in tho "river yesterday from 7:SO a. m. to :SOin the afternoon, taking dinner at point above the Davis bridge, and •turning with sixty-five flue flab. A n« time wai reported. a decided improvement, James Finnen, the Fan Handle bollermakerls quite a horseman and in his leisure hours takes a delight in training horses, and has developed considerable spaed in animals that at .first gave but little promise. He has juet sold his fine roadster and pur. chased a Kentucky horse with a record and will at once put it in train., ing. Tno llrcs S»TO<], Mrs. Pbocbe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and- that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything elae, then bought one bottle of Dr, King's Now Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He ia naturally thankful. It ia such results, of whioi theae are samples, that prove the won derful eficaoy of this medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottle at B. F. Keesllng's drug store. Regu lar size 50o. and $1. A 4Jur<l. The Orphans' Home association take this method of thanking Messrs. Sipe & Dolman for their kind Invitation to the children of the Homo to vlsl their very entertaining show. It wa a pleasing surprise to us and a delight ful entertainment for the children doubly so, from the fact that the invl tatlon was gratultious on their par and unexpected and unsolicited by ue. They were more than kind to allow these waifs to occupy the bee reserved seats In the amphitheater, MA.KY T, DITKEMAN, Pras. Orphans' HomeAeson. A Friend's Ailrlce, MONTAGUE. Mich,, Nov. 13, '93. William Windeckneck, a wealthy farmer of Muskegon county, personally appear before mo, a Notary Public, this day, and deposes and says: "That for the past year or so he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, heart /allure, extreme nervousness, headache ana general debility; that he has consulted with physicians and received no benefit. He was porsuad ed by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer, 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 he is entirely cured and free from that trembling sensation; his heart gives him no trouble and he sleeps well. He further says that hja 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. WINDECKNEC'K. Sworn to and subaarlbed before me, a Notary Public for Muekegon county, State of Michigan. JAMES MORRISON. For sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER=f1E.flDS INVITATIONS NOTE:ttE«DS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, GflRDS, ENVELOPES f\ SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'Il^do the work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for 67 Pounds of Granulated Sugar FOR $1,00 A Commotion Over Bloomers. Kokomo Tribune: This morning at 9 o'clock a delegation of ladies from the Invalid's Home came to town in strictly up.to.date bloomers, the style affected by lady bicyclers, but in thia instance worn by pedestrians. The young men on the streets and In the stores made a dash for a glimpse at tho innovation. In their mad rush they got out a suspicion that the town was afire, but soon the truth dawned on all and a panto was averted. Blouse waists, baggy panta, leggings and shoes, all surmountedQby masculine hats, composed the costumes which caused the commotion. Aen«ed of A«««ult Robert D. Gsmmlll was charged laat night with throwing the stone that struck policeman Wm. Schrejer, while on duty Tuesday night at the «hoir grounds. ;-, s To Mr. and Mra. Slchurd Hltchen* of the North Side, a ion. Well we don't sell sugar, and sugar's'got nothing to do with our business, but wouldn't you consider that cheap for sugar? You certainly would, but it ain't a bit cheaper than we sell FINE SAMPLE--* •SHOES When Soiling Attractive Hornet*. TVhen you have matched up an attractive pair of horses, do not expect the buyer 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 the.m to the best advantage. If small, it would, be the height of folly to harness such a pair to a high wag-on, and thus dwarf their size. A tasty buckboard or low runabout wagon, or, better yet, a waprou with pneumatic rim wheels, will make a small pah-look much better, and the whole turnout will bo in harmony.—Eural World. Any one who has ever had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism will re toice with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortun ate escape from a siege of that dis. elng ailment. Mr. Stumm Ia foreman of Merrlam's confectionery estab- lehment. Some months ago, on leav- ng the heated work room to [.run acrosa the street on an errand, he was aught out In the rain. The result was that when ready to go home that ight he was unable to walk, owing to nflammatory rheumatism. He. was aken home, and on arrival was placed in front of a good fire and thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. During the evening and njght be was repeatedly bathed with this liniment, and by morning was relieved of all rbeumatic'pains, He cow takes especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a bottle of It in the house. For sale by B. F. Keesling, Druggist. Job Printing. What In the Work of the itlduej-sY Xo remove from tho blood its im purities. The products of coll wastes which have been burned up In sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in tho body goes through the kidneys every three minutes, and if these organs Bra unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system is poisoned. Therefore, ' 'San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. JferTOiis Debility. E?ery person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or failing memory, is entitled to sympathy of evory honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found in ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. 48C 73c 98c Children's taa or black Oxford Slippers, cheap at Too. Ladies' Oxford Slippers, the same as you pay fl.2S for. Men's ball shoes, solid and good. warranted 00 Ladies' fine kid button /M shoe*, warranted good or -" v no pay. That's the way w« sell everything IN EVERY TRANSACTION Sbe Had the Evidence. A novel piece of evidence was introduced recently in a breach of promise case in Bavaria. The defendant obstinately denied the charge, and stated that his accuser had nothing 1 to show to prove her 'statement. The latter, a busom village maiden, asked one day to be permitted to bring in her evidence. The court granted her request and adjourned until ten o'clock tho next day. At the appointed time she was on Band, and upon the query of the judge where her evidence was, she opened the'door and four lumbermen brought in a tree trunk, upon the bark of which her faithless adorer had incised both their initials within a flam- Is gheartl She won her case. Chamberla*n'a Bye and Skin Olnt&umt Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt- ScnH Head, Sore Jfipples, Chapped Itching Piles, Bums, Frost Bites, ^•^onic Sore Eyes and GjgjHihted Eye Iddi ^"w^ale by druggistsxE-sSScents per box. & H TO HOUSE OWNERS. K &i putting a horse in a fine healthy con- |':tion-try Dr. Cody's Condition Powders, iley tone up the system, aid digestion, cure joss of appetite, .relieve constipation, correct toney disorders and destroy •worms, giving oe\r life to an old or over-worked horse. 22 JEDts per package. For sale bydruggista, Not Frond ot nil Work. Napoleon was a great soldier, but ho could not spell. His handwriting was also so bad as to give rise to the rumor that he used undecipherable characters to conceal the fact that he, the master of'Europe, could not master French orthography. In the early days of the erapiro a man of modest aspect presented himself before the emperor. "Who are you?" asked the emperor. "Sire, I bad the honor at Brienne 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 Ms old master. Couldn't Do It, Though ho bore one of tho most dis-i tingui.shed names in history, he failed' to live up to it. Tho Chicago Record tells of tho failure: One of tho managers of a homo for destitute colored children tells a funny story about tho way Christmas waa celebrated at the institution. Sho went Out tiicre in thp afternoon to seo how thing-s were getting on, and found! a youngster 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; ho is tho worst- est, lying-cst nig-g-er I ever seen." "What's his name?" "George Wasliiiigton, ma'am," waa the paralyzing- rdply. lion'* Thin! We Oder On a Hundred Dollars Reward lor any case ot Catarrh that cannot ba cured by Hall'H Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENKT 4 CO., Props.. Toledo, 0. We, tbe undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellere bun perfectly honorable In all business transactions OBd financial ly able to carry out an/ obligation made by their firm. WKST A TSUAX Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0 WAI,DINO, KIX.TAN <t Mi.uvi.s-, Wholesale Drug gist. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucoog surfaces of the system, price 75c p*r bottle. Sold by Bll druggists. Testimonials free. Xotlc* of I>(l»wolnrl<in. By mutual consent i^-.- partnership aaretofore existing between Harry G. Tucker and Albert T. Toung, under tbe firm name of Tucker & Young, nn- gaged ID the merchant tailoring busi- nega in Loganaport, Ind., h&g this day been dissolved, Harry G. Tncker retiring. Albert T. Young continuing and will pay all claims against said firm and collect all accounts due. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy In Electric Bit- tors. This medicine doea not stimulate' and cOQt&icH no whleky nor other Intoxicant, but acts BS a tonic and alterative It acis mildly on the etomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the functions Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly wnat they coed. Price fifty cents per bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug store. 3Iaxlnknekee Cott«ce for Male. Eleven room cottage, 100 feet lake front; will give a bargain. See diagram at the Journal office. W. B. BCKFOED, Indianapolia. VENO Speaks to Logansport People. Hudredi of Feopie iu Loffunport H»r« B«ci Cured bjr Tcno'it Me4Icln«». He Will Be- tnrntHeMonfjr to Anyone not Cured. Tne Fairest Offer Ever Made by a Doctor KE1D THE : FOirjJi« FACTS. G. TUCKER, ALBERT T. YOCXG. Logansport, Ind., May 6,189.1. MoKeen'i (teamlaundry—good work n. J 600 ] S rt Lofcsosport banoreds hare bought hi« medicines at ibe drag More*, and letters are bcJnj; received dailj from people w«o 5?r r^lJHT 6 ?^ He 8 ua wnt««l TF.VO-S CCK1- TIVE MBl-P (-TOC i> boBle). to completely can nerronsness. djspeos'a, poor (appetite and sleep- essnesa, liver, kidney, blood «nd .swrnacJi dto- oMfirs, and when o»ed wlffi TEVO'S ELECTRIC FLUIO (We a Dottle), will posiareU cure Uw worst and most desperate farms of itiennaUan paraljsfc sciatica, neuralgia, baclciche, mwk miucles, SOU Joints, all ache* and aainn. sn aOKBIU Mclta/li'S CJ.ttBB« AJwVlR ACHE CUBE {IOC a bottle), is an mmnttuieoas re- > Ltd, and wUl cnre catarrh, cold In tbe bead, nead- -aciM!, sow throst sod broodum. Soldbf JoK ston-KeesUngand B«n FUJjer, OiaggMt. wttha, gqannteetocoreorreRaKltoeinooe?.

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