Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 31, 1894 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 31, 1894
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(i9^^:^^;.!$S»^»?^^ -'-K 1 ': ••'?'"••.''•'•''•'' •''"'"•'• '" '• •'••"•'' '•"'"' BABY'S BAD ECZEMA Head one Solid Sore. Itching Awful Had to Tie Ills Hnnds to Cntdle. Speedily Cured by C'utlcura. Our little hoy broke out on his bond with a bad •farm of eczemn, wlien ho was four months old We tried tlirco doctors, bite chuy did not bt'lj him. We tUen uovil ymir throo CirrutuKA RKM -it>its, and after ualnc them cloven woolen exactl) according to directions, ho bc^an to steadily luijirovo and after tlio us« or them for seven months his hcml wa* entirely well. Whou KB bewail using It Ills head wan anolid sore from the crown toblsevelirowB. Itwa»al» tdl over Ills ears, most o( his face, nnd simll plnces on dllTorcnt parts of his body. There wort) Hlxtocu metis tb»t we hail to kiM))i his hands i to tho cradlo and hnld them wlien ho was t.'dcen up; and had to keep ntitteiiM tiod on hiri Hands to keep his (Viper nails out, of the sores, an ho would scratch if IIP could in any u'.iv pot hla hands loose. \Ve know your CL'TII'L'KA'KKM- KDIKSoureilhim. WoIceldiifoin recouiniundini; them to othi'ra. OEO. B. & JAXETTA. HARRIS. Wulw.cr, lud. CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS Parents to knntr that's slnpln application of theCl'Tn-riiA KI-.MF.IHKS will ulford instiint re. lief, permit ivsiaml sli'i-p,:uui [H-iint. in n .s[>,'0i!v cure in tho mo.it torturing anil disfiguring o'f skin and solp ili^easos.i'.nd imt to HSU [li"in is to fall in your duty. ?rni:niA I.'I:MI:[>IKS,II':. the pnront, »ivcctc«t nnd most, cllVriivo skin cures, hlond puritli'rs and humor n>m,'dii's ,,y,T compounded. They iippuM with irrtaist 11>K- fo-.n: TO mothers, nurswi, and ;il! li.-u-mc tin- -ar,- of children. I'arcnts should tviiH'inhfr ilini i'm'"s made In childhood am *|HYdv. ici-iiuuniical and permanent. Sold throuchoiit {bn world. I'riw. C["nci:ju, 50c.; MOAP,-:>f.; ltEHor.VK.vr, $1 I'tiTTl i: Dl;L\l .AND (.'IIKM. Coup,, riolu rropnrttini, ljo*tnn. «J-" How to Cure SWn Disi-iiHts," Dialled fn-o. BABY'S SMn nml Scalp purified nnd he:i:itllled by CUTICUHA rtoAi'. Au.-niliiioly pure. PAINS AND WEAKNESSES Of females Instautlv rrlioveil liy tliat n**w, i-U'Kant, null tnfallililo Anluloto tol'uin, liulamniation.iind Wuiiknc.su, the tullcurii Aott-l-alu ' ' DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK- After fourteen yews of scientific e'.ady of Nose, Lnne, Liter, and all Dl.ien.ses of» Chronic Nature I adopted mj present form of treatment, nod have co nducted a snccejisfol practice In tbe above class of cases. I eonUnlljr Invite 7011 or jonr mends. It afflicted with anr Chronic Dlsemte. to consult me and mj method of trtuitment and Its remits. Office boats: 10 to 12 a, m.;2to 4. 7 to D. m. Reiidenceatofflie. All calls prompt); at •tended. V. H, LOCKWOOD, PATENT LAWYER, 60 E. Market Streeet, Indl inapoUa. Practice In nil courts, Legally valid patents promptlj procured on riMsonaole terms. Expert drautrhtsnian in tbe office. Write for Information, Seventy-Two Year*. Never In the history of baa there been a more pleasant gathering than was given at the homo of Mrt>. Irvine, 724 Spencer street. The occasion was to celebrate the seventy, second birthday of our friend and sister, Mrs. Phoebe filbert. Shakespeare baa said, "Love ia holy" and never was It better verified. The early part of the afternoon was spent in the regular society work of Trinity Guild, at the close of which, prayer was ottered by the rector for the life that bad been spared to us (or theee seveDty^two years and for the years that are yet left to her. Mrs, W. D. Pratt followed wltn a beautiful poem which she had composed for thd occasion after which a memento enum,, eratlng the years of her life was presented from the society, also, other tokens from Individuals. The oxtrems joy and glrlllke pleasure with which she responded to each token made the occasion ono to bo remembered, and In that memory, we can not help but /eelihat "Prudent ivlnjr loads to hale old age," TKINTTY GUILD.- Throe Water Work*) Truftteex. Anont tho opinion of attorney-pen- eral Green Smith that under tho Me- Jugh law but two water works trusses are to bo elected this spring, Mr. McHutth volunteers the Information to he Lafayette Courier, that the law >rovldos for tho election of three trus- oe?, and on this opinion It is under- tood that both parties win nominate and vote on three water works trus- ees at the coming city election. AOUITIONAJL tOCAI-». FINANCIAL. WALL STREET! TO OPEtm: SUCCESSFULLY IN WALL NTKEET JolnoirCo'Oporntlre R. R. Block Kjrudlctte. 190 4o 300 pet cent, per annum easily made, and without fls\. Send for "Prcxpeotui and Dallr Market Letter," mailed free. Hlgnest Reference. Our 'record up to date per cut. 39 f" c'ut. paid tothesubscrtbers. as tbe resnlt ot operations •froB Pecember, is*7, to Marca 15tb, 1SW, WI1XBM * CO., Bankers and Brokers, No. 41 Broadway, New York City. DAILY JOURNAL. SATUBDAY MORNING, MAKCH31. Finn cloth capes only $1.24.—Golden Rule- . H»T« your shirt* made by Patterson, tbe HaberdMher. SeeStpCdard'a portfolio; of photo- ^r»phi of the world »l J. Q. Sweet- «er'i ihoe store. Every article carried by local mer •chants in the notion line, will be sold by J. E. Snell & Co., on Pearl street today at auction. Perfect health i* seldom found, for impure blood IB to general. Hood's Saraaparllla really does purify the blood nod restore* health. Hoise Clipping—A power clipper or sale at Henry Tucker's. Special sale, capea today at $1.24 nd $3.98. —Golden Rule. Stoddard'g Photographs of tbe iVorld given with every $2 purchase, t J. Q. Sweotser'e, We have oapes and jackets in styles and prices to please everybody. We etart them at 98 cents. —Trade Palace. You can find just what you want in ladles and children^ shoes or slippers, at Murdocb'a new shoo store, Market street, You should not think ot purchasing a spring wrap until you see the most complete stock in the State at the Trade Palace. You can buy a thousand and one useful articles at your own price at the J. E. Snoll & Co. auction sale today on Pearl street. Dr. Clsna, of Chicago, will address the men,a meeting at R. R. Y. M. C. A. Sunday, April 1, at 3 o'clock. Sub. joct: "Alcohol and Us Effects on Life." All men are invited. Dr. Claua is an interesting ipeaker. Don't fall to hear him. The Baby 1 * Best Friend—MoLinn's Onion Syrup gives immediate relief and cures croup, colds, oolic, and par- .icularly vomiting of curdled milk. For sale by B. F. Keesllng. Only 25 cents per bottle. A pertinent question: Who is your hatter? Why, Dewemter, the Hatter, 80 say tbe majority of men already, now we want the minority to come over to the majority. Let us show all be leading styles viz: Dunlap, Knox, Stetsons, Poelofs and Melville. World's Fair Art Portfolios number 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 now on hand. Number 8 will be on sale Monday. ut out the coupons and secure Number 1 if you have not already commenced on this beautiful work of art, Six coupons and 10 cents secures single number. HE GOT SIXTY PATS. Yesterday engineer Mart Ganter resumed his run on the Richmond division of the Pan Handle after an enforced Idleness of two months. Nearly all tho Pan handle men In the city were aware that he was on a sixty days sentence but did not know the nature of his offence and considered it something serious. Here it Is, Some time ago Engineer Ganter went into the telegraph office at Hamilton to register. In the ofllce were, besides the operator, Supt. Harry Miller of the Indianapolis division nnd Supt. Leeds and Trainmaster May of the Richmond division. Mr. Leeds wore a bran now suit of clothes made of English checkered goods. These clothes it appears had been the butt of ridicule of Messrs Miller and May who chafed him unmercifully about them. As soon as Mr. Ganter was in the telegraph ofTbe he noticed the oddity of the pattern of Mr. Leeds' clothes and exclaimed "That's a h—1 of a suit ofclot.hes on you Mr. Leeds," Ho thought nothing more of the matter until several days after when Mr. Leeds requested nlm to call at his offloo at Richmond. Arriving there he was told that be was suspended for sixty days on account of showing disrespect to an official. Mr, Ganter attempted to explain the matter, saying that it was simply a joke, etc., but it did him no good. He has just served out his sentence and is again at the throttle of engine 355, several hundred dollars out in pocket but richer in experience. SEEKING ENTUA.NCE TO THE CITi'- Indianapolis Journal: E. N. Talbott, president of tbe Indianapolis, Logansport & Chicago, is in the city, accompanied by a number of other gentlemen from Loganeport. While rajther reticent as regards the building the road, Mr. Talbott eald they did not expect that the city authorities would stand in the way of the company securing entrance to the city. The company now has the right of way from Logansport to within two squares of tho State house, and all it asks is permission to lay its tracks alongside the track of the Big Four leading to tbe flouring mills around what is known as "Cape s Horn". Not one person's property would be injured by the company's tracks, the line passing through a portion of the city where there are nothing but old bouses, most of them uninhabited. The party will remain here for a day or two and will endeavor to get matters in such shape that work can begin all along the line. More grading has already been done than most people are aware of.* rebuilt in the last year or more, and I the coaches and freight equipment are in excelloot condition. The shops are running but eight hours, and to keep the men busy more new work is being done than usual. The Deadly Cocalue. The details of the death of Thomas H. Daily, cashier of tho City National Bank of Goshen, while sealed in a dentist's chair, show the peculiar effects of cocaine. Mr. Daily's teeth had given him serious annoyance, and two of them were extract«d by Dr. McDonald. The next day Mr. Dally returned to have others extracted, and he insisted upon being given an ana?3thetlo. Cocaine prepared after the Barrett formula was Injected into the gum, but whilo it was being administered Mr. Daily Involuntarily forced the syringe out of position with his tongue, and some of the liquid ecaUored in' tha mouth, and a po-tion passed into the stomach with the saliva. He was eiven water to cleanse his mouth, bul soon after he complained of diz/iaesfi, and two molars! wero hurriedly extracted under the b-'jllo! that it would counteract tho toxical offset. During this operation Itdications of bewilderment were observed, and his tonpuo showed signs of stiffness, but Mr. Dally persisted in wanting the other diseased teeth pulled. D.-. McDonald preferred to wait. Almost instantly violent nausea developed, followed by unconsciousness, uad although other physicians were hastily summonod, and Dr. McDonald did everything in his power to relieve'him, Mr. Dally died in thirty minutes after the co- caino was administered. He had been atllicted with rheumatism, which had affected his heart, besides which for several days he had been in n highly nervous condition, due to tho condition of his teeth. The family hold tbe dentist blamelofs. Paine's Celery Compound. Best Spring Remedy in the World It Makes People Well! Four Reliable Prescriptions • RCAD »OH A HUNGRY MAN WATER roM * THIRSTY ONE REST FOUTHl J»DID SLEEP 'OR VHARV WATCMtR* Are Nature's Great Nerve Vitalizers No other needed when these are properly supplied. When not provided, the nerves are robbed of vitality and immediately suffer. Such neglect continued throws the whole nervous sys-. tern out of order—brings on Nervous Prostration and a long train of terrible diseases! Now you'll understand when we say that what these prescriptions are to healthy nerves ** Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer ** is to nerves which have been starved, over-worked and deprived of sustenance. You need this Vitalizer if your nerves don't respond readily to Nature's restorers. It is the right thing for shattered nerves, and being right is free from harmful drugs. ' . Price. $1.00 a Bottle VI/A /rfff»t* Ct"rkrk 'o any Phv.ilclan or VVC OllCr ^gOO Chemist who, by nn- Alysls or otherwise, can show that this remedy contains Morphine, Opium, Cocaine, or other harmful dru£s • Free Sample for convincing trial, of druggists, or if not found at dealer* may be obtained by writing us. EV dose 50. (stamps) for postage. If in doubt about your trouble, state yourcase id the Doctor will give free advice. All welcome. Address ' ; THE J. W. BRANT CO., Makers, AIbion,,Mich. or 42 Dey Street, New York "or Sale by Ben Fisher. 311 Fourth St. J. J. Myers switch tender in the lower Pan Handle yard, IB on tbe sick list. Cbas. Hogan is working in his place. TheEftaer local freight yesterday brought in six oar loads of cattle from Montlcello deitlqed for the eastern market. . . . The Pennsylvania railroad has subscribed $4,000 to the G. A. R. Nation' al Encampment. The B. & O and B, & 0. S. W. will likewise contribute $4,000 to the general fund. Tbe ladle's auxiliary of the R. R. Y. M. C. A. have issued a general invitation to the railroad men and their families to a social which will take place at headquarters next Friday evening. The big snow plow which a few days ago was attached to Pan Handle engine 310 has been taken off again •without being brought Into requlsl- tlon. No further trouble on account of deep snow is expected. A number of Fan Handle employes are making elaborate preparations for a grand hunting and fishing excursion at English lake. The party comprises C. D. Kerlin, Fr«d Heppe, Robt. Weaver and Wm. Zeigler of the shops, round house foreman W. S. Cassidy and engineers L, L. Truman and Lon Smyser. They will leave this evening. Pat Campion of Indianapolis was in the city Thursday accompanying the remains of his four days old infant which was burled here. Mr. Campion is a bollermaker by trade^ and formerly worked in tbe Pan Handle shops here. He is no* employed on the Big Four at Indianapolis. He is a brother of John Campion of the boilershop and a son-in-law of John Gloaser ol the round house. Be left for home yesterday morning. Indianapolis Journal: G. H. Pros- cott, superintendent of motive power of the Vanilla, was in *ho city yesterday, looking after matters connect, et with .the repair. «hop at tills end of the line;; .4T« -. says that' al.no time since be bti been connected'with tho road has theequlpmant been. inai|good condition at at. 'j>i*WDt Seventy per ' cent'of the power Is new or has been WeddlnK Auulvcrnnry. On Tuesday, March 20lh, the children and grand children and a few intimate friends assembled at the home o( John E. Hopkins and wife in Young America to remind them of the passing of the 'orty-tblrd anniversary of their marriage. • A bountiful dinner wag spread of which all partook with evident satisfaction. Several elegant and useful presents were given .which will be of use to thorn in their declining years. $100 Bowird, »100. The reader of this paper will l» planned to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlsenaos that science has been able to cure In all Its Htoges and that It Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo la tnfl only positive core known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh balnz a constltnttonal disease, requires a conatltntlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Core (5 taken Internally, acting directly on tbe blood and mural surface* oC tbe ifstem, thereby destroying tbe foundation ot tbe disease, and giving tbe pa-, tlent strength by building up the constitution and outatlng nature In doing Its work. The proprietors hare to mueb faith In Its curative powers, that tbe; offer One Hundred Dollars for any case t bat It falls to cure, Send for list ot testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY4CO., Toledo, 0. tygold by droggtuts. Notice. Degree staff No. 2, D. of R.. I. O. O. F., are requested to meet at their hall on Saturday night, March 31st, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Business of importance. A. R. HADLOCK, Manager. Notice. Having sold the Twelfth St. Drug Store, I hereby notify all persons in debt to me to call and settle their accounts at once. THEODORE PAKVIN. Tbero Is one reoi spring remedy! There is one true specific for diseases arising from a debilitated nervous system, and that is Paine's celery compound, so generally prescribed by physicians, [i is probably the most remarkable remedy that the scientific research of th!# country has produced. Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M. D, LL. D., of Dartmouth college, first prescribed what is now known the world OTer as Piine'n celery compound, a positive cure for dyspepsia, biliousness, liver complaint, neuralgia, rheumatism, all nervous diseases and kidney troubles. For the latter, Pnine's celery compound has succeeded again and again where overythiog else has foiled, The medical journals of this country and Europe hivo given more space in the last few years, to tbe many remarkable cases where the use of Paine'* celery compound has made many people well, than to any other one subject. CA\r>IUATK«t FOH T7H5ASUKEK, I will bfl a cnndld.-ite for Tr«asar«rof tue city ot Losmsport, subject to tbe will of the Repnbll ran City Nominating Convention. 0. B, SARQKNT. Loransport. Ind., February 13, J894, I will be a candidate for. Treasurer of tue city of Locansport, subject to tha will ot the Republican City Nomination Convention. A. LONG. Logansport, Jnd., February 16, 1894. I wll! be a candidate for nomination for tbe cilice of City Treasurer subject to the will of tbe Republican Convention, J. D. ALUSON. ^Logansport, Ind., February 19, 1891. I will be a candidate for Treasurer of the city of Lognnsport, subject to the will of tbe Republican City Nominating Convention, J. C. (Cr) POWELL. Lognnsport, Ind., Harch C. 1894. Don't Tobcco Spit or Smoke Tear Lift iw«y Is th» tratbral, «tartUn« till* of a little book tbat telli all about No-to-bac, tbe wonderful, narm- la«8, GUARAKTEKD tobacco habit cnra. The cost is truing, and the man who wants to quit and can't rnns no physical or financial r In using "Wo-to-back." Sold by Ben Fisher. Book at atom, or by mall free. Address, The Sterling Btmed; Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, lad. Handle Factorr Wood for Male. Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall orders to Hillock & Plttman, Handle Factory, on Toledo St., or P. J. Kimmer. Rhenmatum Qatckljr cared. Three days is a very short time in which to cure a bad case of rheumatism; but it can be done, if the proper treatment is adopted, as will be seen bythe following from James Lambert, of New Brunswick, 111. "I was badly afflicted with rheumatism in the hips and legs, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured me in three days. I am all right t*. day; and would insist on every one who is afflicted with that terrible dis ease to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get well at once." Fifty cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keeeling, drug. gist. I N paint the best is the cheapest. Don't be misled by trying: what is said to be "just as good," but when you paint insist upon having a genuine brand of Strictly Pure White Lead It costs no more per gallon than cheap paints, and lasts' many times as long. Look out Tor the brands of White I-ead olTcrcd you ; any of the following are sure : .. •''.' "Anchor," "Southern," "Eckstein," "Bed Seal," "Kentucky," "Collier." FOR COLORS.—National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors. These colors are sold In one-pound cans, end] can being sufficient to tint jj pounds of strictly Pure White Lead tliedesired shade; thcynre in no sense 1 ready'mixcd paints, but a combination, of perfectly P«" colqrsJn the. handiest form to tint Strictly Pure White Z-cad. a A pood "many thousand dollars have been saved pronerty-owners by having bar book on painting antf color-card. Send us a postal curd and get both free. NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York. Cincinnati Branch, Seventh and Freiman Avenue, Cincinnati. Foudatlom Dlicovtrtd. Chicago citizens In their desire to excel, have lately accomplished a big feat, namely: in discovering by actual measurements that there are some lady residents who can wear ehoel twelve inches long. Your blood needs regulating in spring. -'Lafeld Cabinet Port" is nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts; fl; pints, 60 cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist, 326 Market street, Logansport, Ind. G. A. K. On the occasion of the Encampment G. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps of Indiana, at Lafayette, Ind., April 4 and 6, 1894, the Wabaeh Railroad Company, will sell round trip tlokteforll.il. Tickets will be sold April Sd and 4th, good going date of sale and good returning not later than April 6th. C. G. NEWEI.L, Ag't, Wab&sh R. R. Co. The L*te*t Value. You get tbe greatest value out of a silver quarter when purchasing a package of Simmons' Liver Regulator powder, There's nothing like it for indigestion or constipation. Take it dry on the tongue or make a tea. You'll afterwards take It In preference to pills. The makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitahzer offer all nervous sufferers ! advice and consultation of the Doctor free of charge. Inclose stamp to The J. W. Brant Co., Albion, Mich. Ask Ben Fisher. ,' Rile* to California Ureatlr Ke4n«*« vim. the Peantrlvaulm !,!•«•. The Midwinter Fair at San Francisco and the numerous other attractions in the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains can bo enjoyed by persons of limited means as the round trip rate has again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Pas. sengers can select any of the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit Is ample for a satisfactory sojourn. Forestalls apply to J. A Me- Cullough, ticket agent. Logansport. Ind. ChunbttUli't Er» ud Ski. Otatnrat Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nip- Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cent* per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling, TO HOUSE OVKIBS. For putting a horse In a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady'a .Condition Powders. They tone up th« (ystatn, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite- relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Eeesling, druggist. The usual treatment of catarrh is very unsatisfactory, as thousands can. testify. Proper local treatment ia positively necessary to success, but many, if not most, of the remedies in general us9 afford but temporary re- ief. A cure certainly cannot be ex. pected from snuffs, powders, douches and washes. Ely's Cream Balm, which is so highly recommended, is a remedy which combines tbe Important requisites of quick action, specific curative power, with perfect safety pleasantness to the Jpatient. The druggists all sell it. La Grippe Vancmished. 4 r Is a SURE SPECI- f-u Krc to this droxhMl disease, M most aoy resident ot Arluuuu Cltj can testlfj. Santa Fe Railroad Boys Heard From. MR. R. R. PHXLPS: DRAK 8m.—I tak« great pleasure In recommending your Four* for cougbn and colds. Having given It«trial, I could reoom- rnond no better medicine for my friends. Very truly, L. W. Kxmnor, Station Baggtgetntn. itr» * > Kemp's Balsam will f top theooufb ftt onoe Quaker headaoha capiuls glre relief in ten minutes. A Santa Pe Engineer's Story. I contracted a tad cold; vnw m bourn I could "only speak above a wblsper; tbe cough wairery dlstrenslng; purchased a bottle of joar Kour-C; it cured almost [torn tbe (ten. I tike (rreat pleasure In recommendlnjt It to mi friends. J. M. 7x»lN, Engineer, S&uta Fe Ballrond. PUPt PC 4 r l»»ld nnd«r»!«•> rnbLro *r-t tnteetogmpufMt satisfaction or nMer&lww returned <>r BEN FISHER.

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