Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 2, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 2, 1896
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Ministers Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. T HERE IS NO PROFESSION, whose labors so severely tax tho nervous sy atom, as that of the ministry. Thodo- lanROnwnt of tho nerve centers of tho brain by over work, frequently brings on attaclu of heart trouble, and nervous prostration. Bov. J, P. Koator, M. IX. Pastor U. B. church, London Mills, Ills., himself a physician, writes Fob,2G.lK)5: "Heart artoctlon and nervous prostration hud become so serious last fall that a llttlo over work In tho pulpit would so completely prostrate mo Dr. Miles' lhrit u 80omod cor n Heart Cure Restores Health must relinquish the work o£ tho ministry entirely. noartpn.lpltn.tlon became so bad that my auditors would ask mo If I did not *„„.. .......... have heart dUoaso. .Last November I commenced taklnR Dr. M es New Heart Cure alternately with Dr. Miles Nervine and derived the grontest possible becoilt. I h! vvc just closed revival work of JO weeks, preaching nearly every night ana twice on the Sabbath. I can speak for hours without suffering as I formerly did. Hard working ministers should keep Dr. Miles errand remedies on hand." Dr Miles' Heitrt Cure Is sold on guarantee, first bottle will benefit or aouey refunded. STATE NATIONAL BANK JLOGANSPOKT. IND. *2OO,OOO Mass Heetintf of the Big Brotherhoods A RAILROAD PRINCE General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. The railway engineers, firemen, conductors, trainmen and' telegraphers held a mass meeting at Indianapolis Sunday, .which was addressed by Chief Arthur, Frank l\ Sargent, t. li. Clarke, H. Morrison and J. R- Austin of the respective brotherhoods, and by J. J. HannaUan, vice president of the firemen's organization, and William F. Hinos, who had charge of tlie House of Representatives last spring. The 'idea of federation encountered no opposition, not oven from Chief Arthur, whose previous antagonism has covered a score and more of years. A resolution passed declaring it the sense of the representatives of the live brotherhoods named that steps should be taken to perfect the proposed federation th same to be put In operation as soon as possible, and the details left to the several chiefs named. The plan, as agreed upon'by the grand officers, will be approved by the national conventions. After the election and when business shall have regained Its normal condition the combined strength of the organization as a federation wilT be exerted to restore the prosperous conditions which prevailed prior to the Debs strike. J. F. Johruon, President 8 W. Cilery, Vic* President H. J. Heltbrink. CMhier. DIRECTORS. BUT and *°'l Government Honda. * pe> cent per annum when depos- to°»Str DepoBlt Vault, of thto rt tor the . depoel : of deeds. Insurance =UcleV mortgwe. and .ther ralluaWe*, FinteTat from IS to »6 r«r *< THE Mynson Tpnlter Is a Good Machine. - 1 hlcb standard of excellence. Maw «sere of the "Jlunson" consider It THE [BEST. You vi 111 find It a valuable assistant In soar office. Address for particulars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO MANUFACTURERS. 840-844 •Wentl.iil"' St., Chicago, HI. Graham & Morton TRANSPORTATION CO. rWIOB DAILY STUAMBKS TO OHl- «AQO, CONNECTING WITH THE VANDALIA BAIL- WAY AT «T. JOSEPH. Beginning May 25th and continuing •ntll about Sept. 80th the Bteamera of i line will make two trips each way Jy between 'St Joseph and Chicago, •n the following icnedule: Leave St. Joseph at 4:30 p. m. an4 10*0 'ff. m., dally, Including Sunday. Tjeave Chicago at 9:30 a. m. and 11:30 • m., dally, Including Sunday. Extra trips on Saturday leave St. Joseph at I ». m., and leave Chicago at 2 p. m. Running time acrois lake 4 hours. Tri-weekly steamers to Milwaukee, tomvlng St Joseph Monday, Wednesday »nd Friday evenings. The-equipment'of tbte line Include? the aide wheel steamers Olty of Chicago md City of Milwaukee (the largest and •nest west of Detroit), and the newly rebuilt propeller City of • Louisville. Service first-class. Connections with all Tandalla "tains. Tickets on sale at all Tmndalla\61ne stations. Chicago dock Oot of W abash avenue. J. H. GtRAHAM, Pres., Benton Harbor, Mich. PIUNCE II1LKOFF COMING, Some time during October, in all probability, Chicago will have vhu honor of entertaining frlnco nilkofl imperial Min'.sterof Ways and Comrauui- cation of Russia. Major .T. G. Pangborn, writes from St. Petersburg under dale of August i», that Prince Hllkoff has charge of all the railway, steamboat and other linos of transportation In the Russian Empire. His tour is undertaken for the purpose of studying transportation In other countries, an,d especially in the United States. He left St. Petersburg on a special train and proceeded by rall, post, horse, and steamboat, through Eastern Russia,- and across Siberia to Vladivostok on the Sea of Japan, at present Russia's only port In the far East. At that point lie takes one of the new fast warships or cruisers of the imperial ilusslan'navy, visits Japan, and thence goes direct to San Francisco. Major Pangborn is to meet Llm at that place, and has planned his American tour so that he can obtain the greatest possible amount of Information which will be of value to him In connection with Russian and Siberian railway systems, In the shortest possible time. It is expected that he will arrive In San Francisco Oct 1. He will visit in turn the cities of Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago. Plttsburg, Altoona, Philadelphia, Washington, Boston, Buffalo and New York. His journey \\tll be a very rapid one, and he.will be able to spend only one day in each place, as he must reach London by the 30th of October to meet tho C/.nr whom he is to accompany on nls return to Russia. .Major Pangborn expects to sail for tbis country about the 10th of September, which will enable him perfect arrangements and to meet the Prince at San Francisco the 1st.of October. We have no doubt that American railway managers and manufacturers will be glad to extend every possible facility to Prince Hilkotf as .a matter of International'courtesy. EAST-BOUND SHIPMENTS. East-bound shipments from' Chicago last week were (8,179 tons against 58,500 for the preceding week and 50,075 for the! corresponding week of last year. The roads carried .tonnage as follows: Michigan Central, 7,37.3; Wabash, 0,381; Lake Shore, 7,320; Fort Wayne, 0,341; Panhandle, 0,375; Baltimore & Ohio, 0,835; Grand Trunk, 5,733 Nicked Plate, 0,017; Eric, 7,302; Big Four, 3,510. Shipments were made up of the following articles in tons; Flour, 2,948; grain and mill stuffs, 24,075; provisions, lard, etc., 13,917; dressed beef, 11,318; butter, 2,352; hides, 1,470; lumber, 3,578; miscellaneous, 2,(121. Lake shipments for the week were 122,229 tons. EX- TICKETS FOR FICTITIOUS CURSIONS. The Western roads are being troubled over the number of bogus tickets which are being put on the market In Chicago. The tickets are not forgeries, but are for fictitious exciirslons, and are sold by sharpers on the streets. None of the regular brokers bave been handling the tickets as far as is known but the irate passengers who have been duped are making all sorts of trouble CHAS.L.WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER x N«k '-'tU Marktt if'feet Call» attended to prol iptly, dtf « ^Sentrml Cnlon »nd Mutual telephon**: Office, No. 16; Bealdence. No. in. for the roads. Several tickets purport- Ing to bo over the Wisconsin Central have been taken .up on the market at Chicago, and some of the other r<5ads have been troubled 1n the same way. RAILROAD NOTES. ' The Terrc Haute car works are now building two hundred tank cars for the George .Lambert, 1 ; of the shops Is seriously ill. Barney Lynch has returned to work after a continued illness. Alexander Bender is suffering with a carbuncle under his arm. ,T. 0. Holmer went to Winamac yes- tc'rdny afternoon to hunt prairie chickens. ' Jay Franklin, the fireman, went fishing yesterday afternoon up the Wa- bafih, W. E. Stecle, agent nt the Eel River station, will resume work today after a woofs vacation. Engineer John Malay has returned to work after a lay-off of a week on account of sickness. Mrs A. J. AMou, wife of Mr. Allen, the Janitor at the Panhandle station. Is visiting In Chicago. Engine No. 457 is in the shop for class 5 repairs, and engine No. 309 is receiving class 4 repairs. C. C. Mwlicus, formerly of the Vau- dalia offices here is In the city for a Cow days' visit with friends. Frank Schwartz resumed work yesterday morning in the blacksmith shop after an illness of ten weeks. Orla Harlaud and Dudley Matthews will take a. leave of absence next week and will enter Purdue university. F. A. Iluntsliiger, train dispatcher in the Vaudnlla office at: Torre Haute, Is In the city visiting friends and relatives. D, H. Hendricks. engineer Maintenance of Way In tho Vaudalia office at Torre Haute, was In the city last evening on business, A. L. Maxwell, the'freight engineer and'wife, have returned from Reining-, ion where tlioy :ritended 'the Remington fair last week. » Tin- Wabash people are stiiving to secure an entrance to Alton, 11!.. which w6nlcl.be a good business point for them to share in traffic. ,.Tohn M. Patterson, William Foster and Samuel Kane resumed work at the car shops yesterday morning after being off on account of sickness. H. "L. .Dingmnn of the blacksmith shops yesterday removed from the cor- uer of Market and Nineteenth streets to High street above Fourteenth street. William Finlayson, who died at Mount Carool last week, is said to have been the oldest railroad conductor In time of actual service in'the United States. • Freight traffic Has so Improved with the Wabnsh that at several or its division point yards it lias added another switching engine and crew lo do the switching service. Panhandle Detective Joseph Dwyer left vesterday afternoon for a business trip* He was' in that city last week and *mv.«ted. eleven.' thieves' and secured five revolvers and three razors. Martin Ganter, the passenger engineer on the Eichmond division of tho Panhandle, received the piano given away by William ,T. Knight, the engineer on the Chicago division. Mr. Gan- tcr held No. 13. The railroad bicycle' which is used by: the employes in the Maintenance of Wav office was brought n the shops vesterday for repairs, Tt was the first bicycle ever repaired at the shop, and the mechanism of the machine was examined closely by all employes of the shop. , The Wabash company has so reduced its grades and improved its tracks between Andrews and Toledo that the heavy engines on that division are to be transferred to the third ;md fourth divisions of tho Chicago & Detroit line. The lighter engines can,make.equally pood time between Andrews aild Toledo. Fred Heppc, electrician at the Pan-, .handle shops, was.called to Wabash yesterday by the serious Illness of his brother-in-law, Charles Hildebrandt. Mr Heppe received the message after the East-bound Wabash train, had passed through here, and as no train loft here for 'that, point, Iw together with Ills family, drove through. •The Wabash nillroad bridge over Charles creek, west of Wabash, caught fire last Saturday morning from sparks from a passlug locomotive. ..The fire was discovered by the tndnmcn on passenger No. 0, who run Into Wabash, notified' the fire department, and then with-a number of men and 'buckets, backed to the bridge and soon extinguished the flames. • The chief of one of the departments of service of the Vandalia at Terre Haute states that, in his years of railroad experience he . has never been known three officials to make themselves as popular In so' short a time with subordinate officials and employes as have J. J. Turner, general manager, Harry Miller, general superintendent, and N. C. Deaiie, superintendent of the main line. '' . The Pennsylvania railroad has again been obliged to give way to trolley competition with Its suburban passenger travel, and, as a result,, reduce the number of-its suburban trains. This CLOTHING We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new and up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12,00 Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.50 Our *12.00 Suits go for $9.00 Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.50 Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 590 FOR CHOICE OF RK STRAW BAT IN TBE STORE, 25c choice of any /of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys' Duck Suits one third off, they are bargains. Mow is the time 10 buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat cr Gents Furnishing Go ds, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money. These Prices are For Cash Only. JOSEPH G. GRACE & CO. 426 BHOABWAY. llUmiJcL «JJ- ' LO GU w«»i «-"*— time the competition was with the tr,pl- ley lines in, and'out of Baltimore, and Washington,: and on Monday twenty- four local, passenger trains on the Baltimore' & Potomac railroad, running between Baltimore and Catonville and Washington.' and Alexandria, were withdrawn. Several Irakis .have also been'withdrawn'from th» »-v Dc_la: ware county seat, while Sunday trains on that line are no longer run. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Reported for the Journal by F. H. Wipperman, Abstracter. Hattie E. Tyler et nl.7 to Anna Kelso E % lot 105 S. M. Tipton add E Iligu St., warranty. Theresa Beroth to Geo. W. CocUburn Pt lot 05 Geo. Tiptou's 1st add., 3, ft. front near NW corner Spear and loth St., warranty, $1,GOO. John H. T,ux to Ell/.. Smith lot .4 Shultzfs 3d add., Sbultaown, warranty '^.Toiiu H. Lux to August Kettcring lot 77 Shultz 3d add Shulwtown, warranty $150 '"'win. F. Walker to Horace B. Mat-tin rt. SW % Sec 4, Deer Creek Tp., ] /i a warranty, $50. • Maggie F. Falvey to Mary Falvey E i/, W '/• out lot 52 admin. 1st add., S side High street w.est of 10th St., warranty, $1,800. " ' "~ Hannah M. Chester to Margaret C. Hartley 82y. ft. square in SE corner of lot 108 John Tlpton's 4tb add w side of 9th St., hot. North and High, warranty, $3,000. W -V Hummersb'augh to H. C. Cusn- man. S 52V- ft. lot 105 John Tlpton's 4tU axld E bide 8th St., bet, North and High-Sts., warranty, $1,SOC. • ... D P Baldwin to Geo. A. and Julia Straight lot 8 Lakeville, warranty, $150 Tames M. Deniston to Isabel Dalzell Pt E V' SW Vi Sec 29 Adams Tp., warranty, 72 a., $2,000. ' Mary E. and Wm. Hardy to Geo. C. Hardy 47% a. in E }k SE % Sec. 13 Jefferson Tp., and 30. a, in W % SW % Sec. 18 Noble Tp,, warranty, 7i% a $3,700. ... . , _, Geo. C. Hardy to WmT .and Maiy Hardy SW % SE % and 5 a in.SE VL SE % Skc. SO. Noble Tp., 45 a., warranty *o rjQQ . "j B. Shultz to Mary J. Guilt lot 1C J B. Shulte 3d add. Shultztown warran- y -U. S. of America to Jesse Julian NW % Sec. 14, Clinton Tp., Patent. Twelve mortgages filed aggregating $4,800.20. $100 REWARD, $100; • The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ; .taken internally, acting directly '.upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease .and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in.doing Its work. The pro- Drawings of All Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON. Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. • Logansport Spry Block prletors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they otter One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of Testimonials. Address F. J, CHENEY & GO Toledo, OMo. - . • . • :••:'.••••' .' Sold by Druggists, 75c: INDIANA REPORTERS. Lafayette Courier: A. O. Reser goes to Indianapolis tonight, ^nd will assist in reporting the sound money Democratic convention. Six reporters will work in relays, and it is expected to keep the work up so that within a few minutes after an adjournment is made the proceedings will be in print Each reporter will have a typewriter and. a skillful operator under the stage of Tonilinson fall, and' each ten minutes the reporter will be relieved and transcribe his notes, while another takes his place. At first the convention looked to the east to get reporters, but as half a dozen Indiana reporters concluded 1Jiat it would not redouud.to the honor of Indiana or to tne reporters of our State to have reporters brought from other States to report a conven tion held in Indiana, so William. S •Gnrblcr, of Indianapolis, took tho con tract, and called to bis assistance, f half dozen Indiana reporters and thej will report the convention. THE LADIES. The pleasant effect and. perfec safely'with- which ladies may us Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their'favorite remedy: Togo the true and genuine article, .look for the name'of'the California Fig Syr-jp Company, printed near the bottom of the package. For sale by all resr W- sible druggists. . . Hood's Sarsaparma purifies the ,_ overcomes that tfred feeling, creates appetite, and gives refreshing sleep. HICK'S PROPHECIES. The'forecast of Ira Hick's for Sep- euiber is as follows: "Numerous causes of storm ana earthquake phenomena fall In September The 2d and 3d bring return of storm conditions, with Venus at the center of her perturbation on the 2d. Great warmth, followed by intense electrical storms, and turning suddenly yery cool, will be the order at each storm period, until past the middle of the month. Be prepared for frost after all general storms, from central, regions northward, from the beginning of the mouth. From the 7th to llth is a storm period, fraught with indications of danger on land and sea. \Vatch your barometer, the wind currents and clouds. As long as the barometer Is low witii'wind from the east or south the storm centers have yet to pass your locality. Be watchful until conditions change. The 1-lth and 15ta are reactionary days, 011 and about which look for restless phouoniena,clouds,nt- ful winds, thunder and stornis-sudden- ly changing to cool. The 10th to the 23d Is the crisis of the autumnal equinox. Memory', Venus, Earth, Vulcan and full moon all enter the fray. Many dangerous storms and gales will sweep over land, lake and sea, and autumnal wave from the polar regions will wind up the general perturbations.. Cool to cold in northern regions wiUi early snow, will bo no cause for.surprise. Month closes cool.".. The Columbia cigar, best in the city. Get a coupon. . ' . . ,

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