Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 7, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 7, 1896
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Almost • ID yoi; EVEI: MilTcr (rod rc-al cor- VOUMICSS? Wneu every nervo seemed to quiver ivlilj u peculiar, creepy foc'ilii-. llrst in one place, and then another aiui all si-omod Unally to concentrate In a •KTlrhmn.iumolo in tlio brain, unii you bc- .coine irritaBle, fretfni and peevish; to be followed hy an iaiuotonl, woiiicenod condition of 'lie i:;;rvo centers, ringing in the oars, aiiu si?efiloss, miserable r.lfhts ? .Mrs, Eiifcno Jearies, 310 Slmouton Si.. Elkhart, Imi., siiys: "Xer- Tons troubles hud mudc Re5tO!'e?' ™ nearly insano and , p'nysicians wero unaole .li£3.iti!o«->»<« to hoit) me. My memory -wsii altnos!: gone arid every little thins -worried roe until I was almost distracted. 1 really feared I was becoming a maniac. 1 Imagined all sorts of evil things and would cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr. ' Tillies' Restorative. Servl&o and four bottles of tliu woiiciortul remedy completely cured me, and I am as well DOW as I ever was." Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee, flrs*,bottle will bcneCt or money refunded. Greatest Discovery of tae 19th Century. Dr. Teftgne's NEW KUMKDT Medicated Air For tUo Cure ol Catnrrh, A»thma And all Pulmonarf Disease*, It has no equal «or Sick and Nervous Head- acne, 1,000,000 people die annually Irom tbe abo»e named diseases. Wfij suffer ami Ule, when Medicated Air Is guaranteed to care jou. Blttllcutr *Jr -I Drag Co., Richmond, ind,, TJ. 3. A, Keep Cool by Using THE KELLEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose »2 Express Ad, 25o. Prevents Wetting Head floor oc Walls. Hornless Water Closets. Send lor Catalogue i'rost Proof Water Closets, Self-Actm* Water Closets, Kelly Slop and Waste Cock, THOS. KELLY|& BROS., No. 301 Madison Street, Chicago. STATE NATIONAL BANK tOQANSPOKT, IND.J CftPITflL ' $2OO.OOO ' /. F. Johnson, President. —. B "W. UUery, Vice President. H. J. Heltbdnk. Cashier. DIRECTORS. • T. Johnson. S, W. Ullery. J. T. Elliott W. M. Elliott. W. H, Snider. Buy and «»'! Government bonds. Loan money «n personal security and collaterals. Issue.special'certificates of deposlti bearing I por cent. Interest when left one r*»r; 2 per cent, pur annum when depoa- Bo'os In Safety Deposit Vaults of thli bank for the deposit of deeds, Insurant* Mllcles. mortgages and ether -valluablei, rented at from $5 to 115 c*>r KROEQER & STRAIN, Undertakers &Embalmers. 610 BROADWAY. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER '-'• N». «7 Market g /eat. Call* attended to promptly, afcT • Central Onion and Mutual telephoaei. Office, No. 16; Eeilflenoe. No. 12L THE RAILROADS Western Roads Form a Novel Freight Pool. A MONSTER ENGINE General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. Tlie roads west of Chicago have entered into a very novel agreement, it is reported. The agreement is the result of the efforts of the presidents to toriu a strong truffle association to take the place of the late western freight pool. The president desired to duplicate the southwestern traffic pool in the territory north and west of Chicago. The strong public sentiment in the west ajtainst pooling and the hostile attitude of President Stickney stopped the formation of such an oruanizatiun. The old Western freight associa tion, it is.eaid, is now to be reorganized but on novel lines. The Rock Island and Santa Fe, it is reported, have canceled their notices of withdrawal from the organization, which practically revives the association. An agreement has been entered Into by all. of the important larger systems in the west whereby all freight rates are to be restored to .the basis In effect one year ago, AN OIU8INAL AGREEMENT. These roads are iu the. future to. gnore all the .cutting by the smaller ines. Agents of the association will watch tbe small fry, and when secret rate cutting is indulged in by them, charges will be preferred against them before the interstate commerce commission. In other words, the larger roads are to strictly maintain rates.and re- y upon the government to enforce ,he law against secret rate out- iing. ' . There is to bo no pooling under :he new scheme. President Stickney', it is reported, has heartily approved the new arrangement, and will co-operate with iis competitors in its enforcement. J. AV. Midffley will be chairman of of the new association. The novelty of the agreement is that the roads parties to it will ^re secret rate cutting ou the p*rt of small non-members, laaving he latter to be attended to by the interstate commission. This is as it should be. Pooling is entirely unnecessary to maintain railroad rates if the well-meaning •oads are sincere,for the commission itands ready at all times to prosecute violators of the- law. All it needs is evidence and the railroads can get the evidence whenever they want to. IMPSROVBD DIN-ING-OAR SERVICE ON THE W ABASH. Meals will now be served A la Caa-te . on all Dining cars on the TVabash Line. This will be a great accommodation to passengers aa .ft will enable them, to select from the bill of fare just what they want and pay only for what they .get. It doesn't matter much .whether sick headache, biliousness, Indigestion and constipation are cauijed by neglect or by unavoidable circumstances; DeWitt's Little Early Rlaers will speedily cure them all.—Jno. M. Johnston. Naitural gas 'bills for.the month of October are now due au'd payable at the Company's office on'Pearl street. Pay your Natural gas bills before October 10th. . : '. |,-;,| •': j-_i-J jj s^^^L;^^&-..4'^'-:.;k:::l>i;::.^&!>..-;;'' days' lay off (Ui account, of an injury. Churleti SiKIord 'of the Panhandle shops is Ht Cincinnati, Ohio, visitinp; relatives. Engine No. -110 was taken out of the shop* yesterday u?ter undergo inj> a thorough repairing- There was a rear end collision on rhe PttDhiindle road at Heekers Jtonday night and several curs were derailed. So one was hurt. Charles Lytle of the car shop injured bis hand severely yesterday while using an emery wheel. 'He will bo laid off for a few days. THE LADIES MAY GO. Number of the Fair Sex Want to Go to Canton. Sc-veriil Inilicxs have expressed a- 0»s!re to iiccoiiiiiaiiiy tlie t-nnvd 1.0 Can- toti, Ohio, rriMirsday. a.nd Mr. Brandt roqucsl* Tlw .Toui-unl to say tliat t3ioy •\v\\\ be >\\!lcome to join tlie t-ivnvil .o.»0 nssui-M 'Wioni Lluit they shall ha-vc every a.l.Ccntion to inn.kc fho tri-p ple.-i.s- n'nr. Mr. Brn-iult n.lso rrquosis tlifit everybody who desires to make the n-ip to .tolepHomi or sond tlMStr nn-me In ;i,t ouco, aud il' a suItk-ieu'L uinn-ber do- c'KU> to go. special (vrr!UTSOine]i,ts :uid •iioeoniniodaitio-us will 'be provided for them. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. BIO LOCOMOTIVE) TESTKD. The largest locomotive ever operated in the west and one of tbe largest in the United States left. Denver for Pueblo yesterday on its trial run. The train consisted of forty-five cars and was about 1,800 fuel long. Taking into consideration the heavy grade from Denver to Palmer lake; this was a remarkably heavy train for a single locomotive. The new engine is of such huge proportions that the largest locomotives operated br the roads running: into Denver are insig- nifirantjn comparison. The weight of tbe engine proper with two upes of water is seventy-live tons and the weight of the tank fully equipped is forty-eight tons. The tank has a capacity of 5,800 gallons, and the coal capacity is twelve tons. This would permit, if it were necessary, a trip to Pueblo and return— 240 miles—without replenishing the fuel or water supply- It is estimated that the engine will make seventy- five milos an hour under any but the most extraordinary circumstances. If it meets the expectations of Henry Schlack, superintendent of motive power of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, by whom It was planned, the running time of the fast trains between Denver and Pueblo will be reduced to a mile a minute" BAILllOAJ) IfOTBS. David Anderson is at work after a lay off.on aoaoont of an accident. John Metz of the repair track gang is laid off. on account of sickness. John Geyer is at work in the store room after a layoff on account of illness. John MoCabo and daughter Ella have returned from a trip to Harrisburg, Pa, '•Mack" MoCarter of the repair track will entertain his parents, of Macy, Ind., today. ; William Kuntz, foreman of the night gang at. the coal wharf is at work after a few days' llinees.' Panhandle fireman Mort Boies and wife are spending a week viuit- incr relatives aA friends at Ander. afi**^ son. . ,S^ '•' •'' Chris Harfcwick has returned to •work In the. roundhouse after a tew -MA.TQTII.TT. Chicn.g'o later Ocean: Ttoo Kcpuibli- caa Stalo coium-littoe iiaw been slow to .^iw.vk coiicernl.np tii-e voiu of Illinois: but now tha-t it hiu? six>lceu It i.f wHU no unci.'1-UIu souml a.nd in a most en- counilRlnK tone. The eomiiilttce has caused n th'oi'onjrli poll to be -raiule in every vrec-l'iict of -tbe State, find ;h;i-s totrusitod the WOTK to uone but •skilled flind careful men. Tbe result is •11 certainty tliat -ir the election were liold .toraoiTW SIcKlnley's m-a.iority In this Sta;tie w-on-ld not be less titan 100,000. It Is all but certain di.it the Stato ticket AVill rnn evenly with 1 the national but Cliai-riuan .Tarai-elsou sn.y«: "For or ^ McKinley? il« 'th-e on-ly matter we h-in-e questioned tlie voters npan." It is tlie best lest («Kl it has-been, uindn • and 1 sclentiificaJly. One ij- nirtui h:i» made a poll, and lie lias boon followed 1>y .Jiuother who was not known to him, Jiml someti'im.* •.lie two have been followed by a third, uid only when two or -more polls were iil>proxlma,tely alike waw clM> result held -to bo satisfactory. The showing Is tliat tbe Staite will eotuio to Cook comity with about 50,000 majorHy for Hflvinley, awl* that Cook connty will dda.t least 50.000-to.it. This te cheeri-m? :ii«ws. indeed. But nnuiy day* •ellipse before tlie votes will be ca«t, a.nd they will be days if In- cess:unt at-Ki-vily with' .the silver Demo -nits: they must iiov. 'be •resf.dil days \vitli the Kopublicaius. The ca.mpaijrn of tlie enemy is fast de^onera.ttng into a, warfare of mi*ve.prese-n,ta.tkm; the work of rdfiitation 'inn-st wot be nes- lected; -nor nnist the work of registration. This is Oie year of universal ropstratioji: lie w.lio does not secure h'is place on Hh-e rejristiy list will bo absent I'rom the list of voters. Esieh Repnblicaiu 'mast look out for himself. Mid lor hfe -noi^ltbor. r J?lie prospect of victory ought, to encour.'ise every voter to renewed mrdor dnrinp the reninju- his days of -the ca.mpa.iprn. H' all Republicans are active t.lw election- oil MfKiu-lcy a.nd Taiiucr is cortaiin; negli- .1 way briBK defea.t where victory •now seems certain. We have no old shelf worn goods, but everything new arid up to date. Read the following prices: Our $15.00 Suits go for $12,00 Our $12.00 Suits go for $9.0O Our $10.00 Suits go for $ 7.50 Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.5O Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 50G FOR CHOICE OF SHY STRAW BAT IN THE STORE. 25c choice of any of our Children's Straw Hats. Boys'Duck Suits one third off, th*y are bargains. ISiow is the time to buy a Suit of Clothes, a Hat or Gents Furnishing Goods, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money, These Prices are For Cash Only. G. GRACE & GO., 264 BROADWAY. Republican Meetings. Republican speakingswlll,be held at the following places In Cass county: Wednesday evening, Oct 7th, Red School house, Noible to^in-shJp, Orlando PoweU. * •R'obt. J. Lovcland of Peru wUl speak at Waverly Monday evening, Oct 5th; Lucerne, Tuesday cveaiuff, Oct Cth; Lincoln, Wednesday evening Oct. 7th, Friday evening, October 9tb, John- sou school hcuse, Washiingtoji town- ski-p— D. C. Jus-lice. Fd'doy eveiktag, Oct. »th, Royal Center, RobWt J. Lovcfland. Friday evaiiimg, Oct. Mi, Hoovere, Q. A. Siycrs. Saiturdiiy everui.ng, Oclt lOtli, Broadway rink, Logainsport, Robert J. Love- la.nd. FrMay evon-tng, Oct. Otto, Clynifti-s, S. T/McOommeHl. ,lWd.'iy cvoahjg, Oct, Othi Onwaird, D, B. McOouBieJl. •S-alta-dii.,v ovejuilttg,, Ctot 10th, Hazel Patch scnool li-ousc, BatJMehom u>wn- .sWp, Q. A. Myers.. Sjiirara.iy evcraiwg, Oct. 10th, Center school 'h'ousc, Jofforsou township, D. C. •Taistlce. nUljiO' n'Ctenioon. Oct. 16, Broadway rink, Hon. Frank Hanley. Tuesday iiiDtorjioon, Oct. 13th, Broadway rink, Horn. James E. W-atson of HOW'S THIS. We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh, that CM uot.be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.-Clieney & Co., Toledo, 0., We, tlic undersigned, have known F T. Cheney, for the last IS years, and believe" him perfectly honoraWe In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST & TRtJAX, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, 0. WALDING, KINXA'N & MARVIN Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. • Hail's Catarrh. Cure Is taken, inter nally, acting directly upon the blood aiid mucous surfaces of th« system Testimonials sent free. Price. 75c pe •bottle. Sold by all druggists. .-' INMA1NA DELEGATION. TMe next Presides*., of the United States, William. MeKIutoy, will bo .kept 'busy itlils week receiving BiOmna delegations. A special.says;. "Tbe Indiana, delegations are those from Waiyne county, who will be here tomorrow, the Republicans of Randolph county and the Republican Club of Goodland mi Wednesday, a Logansport delegation on Tbursday, and- the RtspuWicans of Xew Castle and the Commerciail Travelers of Indianapolis, oo Saturday."' . • : THAT JOYFUL FBHLING. With tjhe.exhllaraljlng sense of renewed ioftlfe and strength a;nd tnternal cleanliness, -whlca follows the use of Syrup of Figs, Is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond the old- time medicines end-the-cheap substi- tutes'sometimes offered but'never ac cepted by the woll-informed. . Gan.orail-s Algcr ;i.-nd Howard a.n'd Cor- poi-aa TMmer, Republicans, and Gen- cm.k Soigel iuid Sickels, Democrats, will spenk for Sound Money Tuesday. Oct. 13th, «-t 11 p'clocl;, a. m., Logansport. Tuesday eveni'ug, October G, Bab school house, Dear Creek township, D. •C. Justice. Friday eveni-Dg, October 9, Swamp school -house, Deer Creek towosMp, E, B. McCoDuell. Tuesday evon'mg, October 13, Deacon, W. T. Wilson. •Saturday, evening, October 17, Center school house, Deer Creek township, Q.. A. Myers. • Friday 'evening, October 23, Harness school house; Deer Creek township, D. B..McConncfll. W. M. Keoney, of Rochester, a former Democrat and a witty and eloquent speaker, -will speak in Cass county as 'follows,: .Monday evening, October 12, Young America. Tuesday evening, October 14, Galveston. Wednesday evening, October 14, Walton. Thursday evening, October 15, Twelve Mile. Friday eveetog, October 10, Lucerne. Saturday evening, October 17, Royal Center. ... Martin A. Quinn, a Miami county Sound Money Democrat, will speak Monday evening, October 12th, at New Wa.verly. " - . Tuesday evening, October 13th, Deacon, Martin A. Quinn. Wednesday evening, October 14th, Calloway school 'house, Jefferson township, M. A. Q'niirn. Thursday evening, October 16th, Con- A REWARD Of Health is Happiness The Indiana Depurator Company has placed in Dr. J. B. Shultz office at 417 Fourth. street, one of their instruments, for the^treatment of Catarrh, Asthma, Hay Fever. Bronchitis and Consumption We do positively cure the above named diseases also Rheumatism, Sciatica, Skin and blood diseases. It you are afflicted or have friends who are afflicted, do not fail to investigate a* 1 once. See testimonials of Leading Physicians; also testimonials of patients cured, on file at office Parlors of the Indiana Depurator Company f - • at Dr. J. B. Shultz' office 417 Fourth Street Logansport, Ind cord school .house, Jefferson township, M. A. Quinn. Friday evening, October 1'Gth, Gran- siuger school house, Adams township, M. A. Quinn. Saturday evening, October 17th, Onward, M. A. Quinn. Hon. Hiram Browulee, of Ma,rion, will speak at the rink, in Logansport, Saturday nlglrt, 'October ITffl. Many a day's work to/lost by sicfc hendflche caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such dlfflculttes.-Jno. U. Johnston. Subscribe for Tbe Journal. Subscribe for Tfce Jouiatt A whortleberry patch In Klamath county, 1 Oregon, covers an area of sixty square nalies. Dr. Pouchet says that some forms of bacteria will survive an ordeal of 400 degrees of heat It is claimed that a citizen cf Eldorado, Kansas, originated the word- "Popocrat." How is Your Liver? It yon have Dr. Hobbs Little Liver Pills always at hand you need not suffer distress and. misery. For sale In Logansport by. Ben Fisiher and Jobn-F. Coulson. '" Old papers for sale at the Journal office. 20 cents a hundred.

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