Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 4, 1896 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, September 4, 1896
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"DR.JVHLES, Through Hi5 Nervine Is a Ben* efactor to Thousands." THE RAILROADS Some Facts of to Political Situation in West. J. S. MAY ON OUTLOOK WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher, who resides a; Green Bay, •writes ' Jturch Cth, JSSi. aa lollovs: "FIvo yo:i.-s ago I ocea^o so nervous that 'mental work was .1 burden. 3 could not rest at niche or, account of sleeplessness. My attention was called tc Dr. Jules' Restorative Jiurvine. aud I commenced to nso It •wilh tbc vory bcsu ctTect. Since then I iiavo keut a bouio in ray house and use It whenever my ncrvts bucnme unstrung, with always UK: Mime t;ood results. My son also takes it lor nervousness wltE like never falling success. I have recommended It to many and U cures them. All who aufTov from nerve troubles should try It. It is free Irorc narcotics, perfectly harmless, and ye.t soothes and strengthens. Dr. Mllos, through his Nervine Is a benefactor to thousands." ' A.t;, LEIIMAS. Editor and proprietor of I>uu LANDSMAN. Dr. Wiles' Nervine is sold on guarantee •first bottle will benefit or money refunded. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health STATE NATIONAL BANK SflPlTflL $2OO.OOO J. F. JohMon,, President ' 8. W. XJllery, Vice Predflent H. J. Heltbrjnk. Cashier. DIRECTORS. *. T. Johnson. 8. W. Ullery. J. T. Elliott W. M. Elliott. W, H. Snider, Buy and s»'l Government boudi. Loan no&ey »n personal security and collateral*. Issue special certificates of deposits tearlnc 6 per cent. Interact when left or.e rear; 3 per cent, per annum when deposited six reonths. Boxee In Safety Deposit Vaults of thli bank for the deposit of deeds. Insurance policies, mortgage* and ether ralluables, rented at from K to W& r«r year. THE Munsoo Typewriter Is a Good Machine. General News of Railroads and Railroad Employes. Superintendent ,T. S. May of the Richmond division, was at Pittsburg the past week and while there gave out the following Interview to the Pispatch: "Thirty days ago the West was wild for Bryan, but 30 days have brought.n wonderful change in conditions. Bryan has talked too much. Every time he makes a speech he makes converts for McKlnley. The people were carried away by sudden burst of enthusiasm, and are now sobering, aud thinking about the situation. "I want to suy that McKinley will swoop every State East of the Mississippi river. A gold Democratic ticket will only make the prospects brighter. It will have the tendency of bringing out to t.lie polls those Democrats who wn.nl lo be for sound money, but still wiiut to remain D'emocrats. West of the Mississippi river Bryan will carry a few States but McKlnloy will get enough to insure his election. The sentiment of the west Is rapidly changing. "The employes of the Pennsylvania lines on all divisions will vote solidly for McKinloy, Democrats as well as Republicans. Railroad sound money clubs are being formed everywhere along the Hue. At Richmond we have n strong sound money club of between 200 and 300 mombei'.s ami ihe President is ,T. K. Elder, who was postmaster at Richmond under Cleveland's first administration. Half oC the members are Democrats. * * * * '"The thought of Bryan being elected has stagnated .business. Since the silver fever has died out business Is Improving and money is being spent more freely. Wo find railroad travel and freight increasing, but no railroad construction Is going on. We don't Intend to build any more road until after the election. Then I expect to see business increase with a rush, for I am sanguine McKlnley will bo President." KANSA5 V AN OBJECT LESSON. One of Its State Papers Indulges In Vigorous Talk. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. Is A high standard ol excellence. Man? or the "Jfunson" consider It THE [BEST. You wtll.flnd It a valuable assistant In jour or- flee. Address t or particulars THE MUNSON TYPEWRITER CO • MANUFACTURERS. 240-244 -Went Lake Si'., Chicago, 111. Keep Cool by Using THE KELUEY Shower Bath RING Hot Water . , . . Proof Hose to Express Id, 2C0. prevents Wetting Bead Floor or Walls. Hornless Water Closets. Send Frost Proof Water Closet*, Self-Aetlng Water Closets, Kelly Slop and WMtu Cock, THOS. KELLY & BROS., No. aoi Madison Street, Chicago. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER « N* iff Market , Calli attended to proiiptly, d&y •* might. Central Onion and Mutual telephone*. Office, No. 18: Residence. No. 12L Hood'a Sarsaparilla purifies the blu)d overcomes that tired feeling, creates aa appetite, and gives refreshing sleep. See the grand bargains In dress goods at the Trade Palace. Don't miss this sale. Doubla fold bright colored plaids lOc a yard, light colored double fold dress goods 7%c a yard; See our 'fine line of fall and winter underwear. ,Thc Jewish new year begins at sunset next Monday evening. "There /will bo religions services wherever the Jewish church is organized, Monday evening -and 'Tuesday, morning. This •will be the beginning of the'yoa'r '5,637 . according to the Hebrew calendar. RAILROAD NOTES. John Mollquo is nick. Harry Oi-ajran of the car shops off on account of sickness. Charles Beam, the ranhaiulle engineer, Is off duty on account of sickness. Walter Brown of the round house was nraouj? the excursionists to South Bern! yesterday. William Kirk and William McCarthy of the round house are off duty on account of sickness. The railroad officials say that travel is better at the present time that it has been In twenty years. , Capt. Bradley of the Panhandle detective force Is in the city looking up the company's interests here. Conductor Ed Gardner, wife and child, have returned from a month's visit nt different points in New York State. A number of the Panhandle trainmen yesterday had their measures takep for winter uniforms. The work will be completed today. Charles Reneau will go to Chicago today, where his daughter, Miss Babe, will enter .1. convent with the intention of becoming a Sister of Providence. George Euoll of the Panhandle round house Js suffering from- the effects of a piece of steel striking him in the eye. Ho accompanied the Democratic drum corps to South Bend and acted as drum major. James Jloran of the blacksmith shop was struck on the shin yesterday morning by a piece of iron wlilch.flew from the stenm hammer. Ho was quite painfully Injured. He will" be laid off for a week or ten days. H.. Koblo, night watchman at the Panhandle station. Is enjoying a week's sport at English Lake. His place Is being filled by one of the day men at the baggage room,-while William Flanlgan of the car shops Is assisting with the baggage In, the day time. The wreck at Crown Point, Wednesday, was caused by the engine running Into an open switch. The switch.had been thrown but a small stone pot in between the rails and prevented them from closing tightly. When the engine came along the flange on the wheel forced the switch open and thus the wreck was caused. The directors of the R. R. Y. M. C. A. held .1 meeting Wednesday evening to consider the advisability of replacing the bath tubs now in use, with threo new porcelain tubs. It was decided to get the new tubs If the membership conic! be increased enough to .pay for them. An active 'canvass is now being carried on and it is thought that they will experience no difficulty in procuring tho required membership. Many n day's work la lost by slck( headache cnusod by Indigestion ,ind stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little EJnrly Risers are .the most'effectual'pill for ovcrcomlus such difficulties.—,tno. II. Johnston. Einporla Gazette: Today the Kansas Department of Agriculture sent out a statement which indicates that Kansas has gained less than. 2,000 people In the last year. There are about 125,000 families in the State, and there were about 10,000 babies born in Kansas, mud yet so many people have left the State that the natiirnl increase is cut down to less than 2,000 net. This has been going on for eight years. If there bud been a high brick wall around the State eight years ago and not «. soul had been admitted or permitted to leave, Kansas would be half a million souls bettor off tliaii sha is today. And yet the nation has Increased in population. In five years 10,000,000 have been added to the na- tiouiil population—yet instead of gain- lug n share of this—say 500.000—Kansas has apparently been a plague spot, and In the very garden of tho world has lost population by the ten thousands every year. Not only IMS slie lost population, but she has lost wealth. Every moneyed nmn in thu State _who could set out without great loss lias gone. Every month In every community sees some one who has a little money pick up aud leave the State. This hns been going on for eight years. 'Money IK being drained out nil 1lie tinip. lu towns where ton years ago there were three or four or Italf a dozen money-londing concerns stinuil.-iting industry by furnishing capital there Is now none or one or two looking after, the interest or principal already outstanding. No ono brings :iny money iuui Kansas ;iuy more. What community knows over one or two men who have moved in with more than $5,000 in the last three years? And what community cannot count hnlf a score of men in that time who have left, taking all the money they.could scrape together? Yet the uation has grown rich. Other States have increased In population and wealth—other neighboring States, Missouri has gaaned nearly 2,000,000 while Kansas has been losing 500,000. Nebraska hns gained in wealth aud population while Kansas h.is gone down hill. Colorado 'has gained In every way, while Kansas has lost in every wily since 1S8S. What is the matter with Kansas?' There Is no substantial city In tho State. Every big town save one 1ms lost in population. Yet Kansas City, Omaha, Lincoln. Sr. Louis, Denver, Colorado Springs, Sedalia, Des Moinen the cities of the Dnkotas, St..Paul an<3 Minneapolis—all cities and towns in the west have steadily grown. Take up the government blue book and you will see that Kansas is virtually off the ina,p. .Two or three little scabby consular places lu yellow- fever stricken coinmuuities.that do not aggregate $10,000 a year is all the recognition Kansas has. Nebraska draws about $100,000; little old North Dakota, draws $50,000; Oklahoma doubles Kansas; Missouri' leaves her a thousand miles behind; Colorado is almost seven times greater than Kansas—the whole west is ahead of Kansas. , TaJce It. by any standard you please, Kansas is not in it. Go cast, and you hear them laugh at Kansas; go west and they sneer at her; go south, and tliey "cuss" her; go north and they have forgotten her. Go Into any crowd of .Intelligent people gathered anywhere on.tho globe, and-'you will find tho Kansas man on the defensive. The newspaper columns and magazine pages, once devoted to praise of the State, to boastful facts and- startling figures concerning her resources, now are filled with cartoons, gibes and Pcfforlan speeches. Kansas just naturally Isu'.t In the civilized world. She has trncled places with Ar- kansa.w and Timbuctoo. • What's the'matter with Kansas? We all know yet here we are at it again. We have an old mossback Jack- sou Ian who snorts and howls because there is a bath tub in the Stateuouse; we are running that old jag for Governor. We have another shabby, wild- eyed, rattle-brained fanatic who has sold openly In a dozen speeches that "the rights of the user are paramount to the rights of the owner," we are running him for chief justice, so that, capital will come tumbling over itself to get into the State. We. have raked the ash heap of human failure in the State and have found an old hoopsklrt of a man who has failed as a business man, who has failed as an editor, who has failed as a preacher, and we .are going- to run him for Congressman nt large. He will help the looks of the Kansas delegation in Washington. Then we have discovered a kid without a law practice nnd have decided to vote for him as Attorney-General. Then for fear some hint that the State hnil become respectable mignt percolate through the civilized nor.tloiis of the nation we .have decided to send three or four harpies out lecturing tell- We have no old shelf worn goods, but ever yihing new and 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 $9.0O Our $8,00 Suits go for $5.5O Our $5.00 Suits go for $3.50 50C FOR CHOICE OF SSI STRAW BAT I THE STORE. 25c choice ofsnyfof our Chi Id re rTs Straw Hats. Boys" Duck Suits one third off, they are bargains. ftow is Line time io buy a Suit of Ciothes,,a Hat or Gents Furnishing Go ds, and 526 Broadway is the place to save money, These Prices are For Cash Only. 426 GAD WAY ing the people that Kansas is raising hell and letting corn go to weeds. Oh, this is a State to be proud of! We are a people who con hold up our heads. What we need hero Is less money, less capital, fewer white shirts and brains, fewer men with business j tion. judgment and more of these fellows who boast that they are "just ordinary old clodhoppers, but that they kuow more in a minute about finance sJiM John Sherman." We need more men who are "posted" who can bellow about tho crime of '73. who hate prosperity, and who think that because a man believes lu national honor that he Is a tool of Wall street. We have had a few of them, some 100,000, but we want more. We ueed several thousand gibbering idiots to scream about the ''Great Red Dragon" of -Lombard street. We don't need population, we don't heed wealth, we don't ueed well- dressed men on the streets, we don't need cities on these fertile prairies you bet we don't. What we are after I the money power. BeentJse we hav become poorer and ornrier and meane than a spavined, distempered mule, w the people of Kansas, propose to kick We don't care to build up, we wish t'< tear down. "There are two ideas of government,' said out- noble Bryan, at Chicago "There are those who believe that I you just legislate to make the well-to do prosperous their prosperity will leak through on those below. The Demo .cratic idea has been that if you legislate to make the masses prosperous .their prosperity will find its way up and through every class aud rest upou us." ' • -: That's the stuff. Give the prosper- .ous man the dickens. Legislate the thriftless into ease; whack the stuffing out of the creditors, nnd tell the debtor who borrowed money five years ago when the money In circulation was more 'general than it Is now, that the contraction of the currency gives him a right to repudiate. Whoop It up for the ragged trousers; put the lazy, greasy fizzte who can't pay his debts on -an altar ,and bow down and worship Win. Let the State fdeal be'high. What we need Is not the respect of our fellow-meu, but a chance to get something for nothing. Oh, yes, Kansas is -a great State. Here are people fleeing from It by'.the score every day, capital going out of the State by the hundreds of dollars, and every industry except farming paralyzed, . and that crippled because Its products have to'go across the ocean before they: can afford to buy them. Let's don't stop this year. .Let's drive all the decent, self-respecting men out of the State. Let's keep the old clodhoppers who know it nil. Lot's eu- courage the man who Is "posted". He can talk, and what we need Is not mill hands, to eat our' meat, nor factory hands to eat our wheat, nor cities to oppress the farmer'by consuming his butter aud eggs and chickens and prqr dace; what Ifaosas needs Is men wfio cin talk, who have .large leisure to argue the currency question while their wives Aval t-at home-for that nickel's worth of. bluing. " What's the matter with Kansas? Nothing under the shining sun. She is losing wealth, population and stand- lug. She has got her statesmen and the money power is afraid of her.' Kansas is all right. She has started in to raise hell, as Mrs.-.Lease advised, and she seems to have'a.n overproduc- Eut that doesn't matter. 'Kan- |Drawings of AH Kinds Made by BYRON B. GORDON^ Draughtsman & Patent Attorney. Spry Block Logansport fly New Goods- Are here. G?1I and examine them before buying, AL. YOUNG, The Tailor. sas never did believe in diversified crops. Kansas is all right. There 5s absolutely nothing" wrong with Kansas. 'Every prospect pleases and only man s vile." $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be ileaaed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and tliat is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure s the only positive cure now known to he medical fraternity. Catarrh being constitutional disease, requires a onstitutional treatmfint. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of the system, thereby des- roying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by ldins up the constitution and assist- ig.nature in doing Its work. The pro- rictors-'liave so much faith In its' cura- ve powers, that they offer One Hun- red Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of Testimonials, Address F. J.'CHENEY & CO Toledo, Ohio. Sold- by Druggists, 75c. CHURCH REOPENING. The Evangelical church at tlio, corner of Wheatland and Brown streets, Logansport, will be reopened Sunday., Sept. (5, 1896. Bishop S.. C. Brcyfogel from Reading, Pa,, will preach at 10:30 a, m. and at 7:30 p. m. All are invited to come and hear the bishop preacoV THE LADIES. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which 'ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, mate it their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look.for the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printed near the bottom of the package. For sale by a sible druggists.. .

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