Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 1, 1894 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 1, 1894
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A recent discovery Is that headache, •dizziness, dullness, confusion of tho mind, • OUT., nro duo to derangement of tho nervo centers which supply tho brain ivlth norvo force; that Indigestion, dyspepsia, iieuralKla. •wind In itomach, etc., arise from thoderaiigo- •mcnt of tho nerve centers supplying these ot- ttans with nervo lluld or force. This Is likewise true or many diseases of the hfiarl and lunfrs. •Tho IIITVO systi'ralDllko n teleicrnph system, as will bo scon by Uio accompanying rut. Tlio llulo white linos firo thu norvi!* which. ,ronvi;y the HITVO for.-o from tho norvo centers to every piirt of tlio bodv, just rvs tho .alectriceiirrf tills conveyed ulonic •t h o ttflcsi-iipli •wln>.i to e i-ory •station, lurso or <trn:ill. Ordinary •phvslrlarn full to •nvard this fact; instcafl ot treat- j^s mKthowrvecon- tors for thorn mo •of the <iuordi;r.i urNln 1 -; thc'roTrorn they I r o .11. tho p:irt a'.lVctucl. 4 FiMiiiilin Miles,' M. R.f.LK, tlio .hUiiiy rc!i::j rated spin: lal 1st mid — student of nervon* diseases, nncl author . nf inaiiv noted treatises oa the. latter•niojnct, lorr- slnco realized tlio truth of tlio first •;tati!inmir., and Ills ISestortttlvo Ivirvlnp Is prepared oil tliab principle. Its success !n nirinsf nil diseases arising from tloranae- ment of the nervous system Is wonder- .ful. :is i.io thousands of unsolicited U-stlmo- .nlaltin passesslonof tlio company manuiac- •turhv,' tlio ruinmlv amply prove. Dr. Allies' Uivilbr.-ulvo Nervine Is a reliable remedy for all nervous diseases, such ns .headache, nervous debility, prostration, .sleeples'iiictK. dizziness hysteria, sexualI (Je- bllitv, St. Vitus danco. epilepsy, etc. It la •.sold'l>y .ill druK^Ist.s on n, positive Kiiaranteo, .or sent direct by the Dr. Allies Medlc.il Co.. ElUh.irt, Ind., on receipt of price. *1 per bot- tlc. six txsttk's for id, express prepaid. Jlostorative Nervine positively contains no .opiates or dangerous druga. DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. (OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK. After fourteen sears of nclentllli- stndy of Nose, Liver, und al- Discuses of a Chronic N.uure nnz ve, I iidoptrd my prenent form of trwitmi-nt, imtl have co ndticted a snci*ssfnl practice In tlioiibovo "tens ot enx«s. I cordially Invite you or jonr friends. If afflicted with any Chr,,nlc Disease, to /consult r.w im>l my method ot treatment and Its results. Oflk-e hours: 10 to 12 a. m .: 'I 'o 4. . to 8 p.m. R«ild«nce»toni.-e. All calls promptly attended. You wilJ fiiKl 7 'i'list as 900" us you «''1! fimi stu'li 'l-vr^r- as Kits, St. Vitus I).,HIM, K.iilcp-.i . t}.->",- icssiiessHii'l N.-i'vous r'rostntium •,l-.r:vi i . i . where -troni,', he:iltliy ::!-rvi-;- •:r---. ••'• •just as darkness Is flrivL-n out :i:!'! n-t- .i 1 .' •HWectencd ;in>l purified by !.ii.: «"'•.• light oftbt sun, so Dr. WHEELER'S WEPV-; VITALIZER <drivc; out diseases and puts new l:iv '".'•' >thenerves which have been prty-l ";"' . This is why Mrs. G. K.Wiittso:" I'.r.m'i" wine, Va., said: "I sleep delightfully and i:>v ne'vv- j»re wonderfully strengthened—iii-vi-TJ-.a' 1 jinvthinK do my nerves so much tfoml You don't need this if well ami strong ftut if weak id nervous, you do. PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE Inquire of druggists for free sample. If not found, write us enclosing five cents /stamps) for postage. The doctor t;ws free advice to any nerve disease sufferers. Al! welcome. The J.W. Brant Co M«k«r« ALBION. MICH. And 4» D«y-M-. NewVort \ We offer $500 to any pM'Hlclun or m'lxi wh'i can Ho mij olherwl«B.ili»ttbl» ritm^ly citnl»ln" morptiino. oplnro aoc f ine, Of »uy tturmtul rime. Sold by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MOKN1NG, APRIL, 1. KAILROADS ASKED TO "CLEAN UI Thursday the State board of health mailed to tho officers of all railroads operation in this State copied of tho following letter: "With tho approach of warm weath er tho danger of the appearance of New carpets at the New Fashion fltore. Try Ben Fisher's double extract Vanilla and you will u»e no other. Cheap, a opleudtd square grand piano for only |150, at J. C, Bridges, 410 Broadway. J H. MoMlllen has early Ohio seed potatoes from Seedsman's stock and warranted pure, (or a»le. War! on t-o'Ofula and every form of impure blood declared by Hood's Sar- aaparllla, the great conquror of all blood diseases. . W»nted—Strong, experienced girl, for wHsblng, Ironing and room work. Recommendations required. Apply to 627 Market street. The Baby's Best Friend—MoLlnn'e Onion Syrup give* immediate relief and cures croup, colds, nolle, and particularly vomiting of curdled milk. For sale by B. ? Keesllng. Only 25 centn per bottle. Is your bead clear? Have you a good grip on all your Interests and a boundluss energy In your bloodP You can b»ve both If you observe the precaution to tmke, when retiring for the night, a doee of Smith's Bile Beans. By the time you get to work next day yo<- will feel M If you could u 1 n tn.' n of c»ri. Be sure to get the small »ize. such diseases as are known to have their origin in filth Is greatly increased, It Is known that the unsanitary condition of a great many railway stations Is quite a factor in the- production of theso disorders. ••It Is thore'ore ordered by this board that you cauee to bo Inspected all dopote, buildings, outhouses, feed- yarda, cattle pens, chutes, etc., with a view of a certalnin;? and correcting such unsanitary conditions as may be found to exist. Kemovo tbo contents of privies from the promises and dU- infiict tho vaults; correct all dofocis In tho seworago connections of witter closets (whore such eoworaee connoc tiona aro in uao) find furnish a puro and wholesomo water supply for pass- on^ors and employes. "Ills requested that such Inspections be made and a report thereof bo furnished ibis board by Juno 1, lt>94, as after that time wo intend to have tho results reviewed by our own inspectors. WILL TIGHT FOH TIIK RAILROADS. At a number of prominent railway centers the employes are uniting and organizing associations called Railway Employes' Protective associations. Tbo object Is to work for the interest of the railway company which em. ploys them. They will only favor men In houses of legislation who will legislate for the railroads. They want to have a voice in matters affecting railroads and they want restrictions upon the railroad commission and complain that tho roads cannot live under the present measures of that body. They belong to no party and will support any man who favors tho purposes for which the organization Is being gotten up irrespective of his politics. Branches of thla organiza- llon will be established In all cities and towns throughout the country. L. Dickey of the Pan Handle round house went to Walton yesterday on business. The Wabash reports grose earnings fo-February $862,484, a decrease of $157,860; net $165,089, a decrease of $61,364. John Bowers has charge of the electric lights at the Pan Handle shops during tho absence of Fred Heppe who is out on a hunting tour. Geo. Marshall has resigned as fireman on the Pan Handle and returned lo Walton where he will work at his trade, that of a blacksmith. Last Friday a dozen or more paisen- ger conductors on the Big Four were let out on account of alleged crookedness. Two of them have been in the employ of the company for more than thirty years, . J. T. Leary, a olerk in the M. P. department of the Plttsburg shops at Ft. Wayne has been In the city for several days. He visited at the Pan Handle shops and was much pleased with what he saw. Today will be a busy day for freight on tho Pan Handle. After all the regular trains had left Chicago yesterday several hundred loaded cars were still left and an effort is being made to get them on the road before tomorrow morning. According to the statistics compiled by tho Railway Age there wore 2,635 miles of railway constructed in the United States in 1893. Pennsylvania leads with 304.77 mile and New Hampshire comes last with but one mile. Indiana haa 30,76 miles of new road. Although the official announcement has not yet been made it Is almost a certainty that Mr. Bonebrake, train master of the Plttaburg division will be appointed'superintendent of the Richmond division of the Pan Handle to suoaeed W. B. Leeds, whose reslg. nation takes effect today. Mr. Leeds will devote his time to his interests In the Elwood plate glass works in which he owns a large block of shares. It is currently reported by seemingly reliable authorities that during the coming Bummer a number of compre henalve changes will be made at the Pan Handlesnops In the way of build ing Improvements. The specifications have not yet been made public although 11 Is said several plans are being talked over. The work would probably have been dene last summer if the financial crisis had not inter fered. The coal saving plan was Inaugurated on the Chicago and Richmond divisions of the Pan Handle this morn Ing. A certain amount of coal for each car per mile and If less is used It will be credited to the engine crew at the rate of fifty oonUi a ton. to be division where tble plan has be«n In vogue for some time, it IB said some of the men have been adding from $10 to $11 to their monthly wages, Hlcki' Weather poreeant for April. April begins in the midst of secondary disturbances—warmer with local storms, followed during 3d and 4th by cool days and frosty nights toward the north. From 5th to 9th, heavy April rains with hall and thunder may he expected. Mark you! wo do not eay that such things will result every day from 5th ti/ 9th, everywhere, but all parts will have some of the results sooner or later In the period. This ia true of all storm periods. The period will briuj*, as Its disturbances pass east, cool and frosty nights—say about 8th to llth. On and about the 12th and 13th, look for regular reactionary changes to warm and stormy, with cool to cold daya aad nU'hls passing eastward from wost and north, behind the storms. Tho 18th to 21st is the next storm period Watch early, west, later to tho oast Frost in the north after the storms. Wunn about 24th and 25th, with showers, followed by coo'.er. Tho 28ih 10 end of month is a regular storm pBriod. Watch it! ron TiiKAsuintn. i will bo 11 candidate for Treasurer of th« city of L0":tns|)ort, suhjcot to th* will of the Knpubll cun City Nomlnatlnt; Convention. Lo^uiisport, ind., Foliriiiiry 13. 181)4. IwlllbeacandlilatBfor Trrtianrer of the city of Lonansport, «iiuj«2t to Urn will of the Hepa&ll- cun City Nominating Convention. Ai LiONui Logansport, Ind., February 18,18'jl. r will be ft candidate for nomination for the oillee of City Trwi'iirer subject to the will of the Republican Convention. J. D. ALLISON. ...Logansport, Ind., Fenraary 19,1S04. I will be a eandldatn for Treasurer of the cltj of Lopi'isnort, subject to thawlll oftuo Kepub- llcan CltyNoinmallnB CoDventlon. Logansport, Ind., Starch B, J8K4. FOU CLKNK. I will be a cnndld .to f ir Clerk of the City of Lo- pansport. mbjwtto tlmwlll of the Rt-pubilcan 2lti NomlnartiiE Convention. ' ALHKI1T iWiDENKB. Loflinsport, Ind., March HI, 18^1. TOR MAYOR. Major McFidln will be a candidate for the office of ifnyor of the City or togimsport subject to the Semicratlo City Convention a'.d ir elected no counisllmim or city oniclal will be permittedI to vote the taxpayer's munei Into bis own pocket If t Is In his pewerto prevent It. ADDITIONAL, J^OCALH. Printed China ellks, at the Bee Hive. Fino millinery at the Now Fashion store. Quaker headache oapsuls give re» lief In ten minutes. See the many bargralni now In Ba- tinea.—Trade Palace. Clark's spool cotton only 3 cents, at the New Fashion store. Flat, 3d floor, furnished room, 2d floor, for rent.—Harry Frank. Dr. Hollo way's office in the Progresi block, corner 4th and Market streets. See the lovely new wraps, muslin underwear, umbrellas, etc., at the Trade Palace. Paper hangers furnished at the Transport Wall Paper Co. Work guaranteed and prices below competition. Thos.Hessler, an old citizen fell On the street down town yesterday and painfully, though not seriously out his head. Simply Grand—Our dress goods department is showing all the latest jtyles in foreign novelties with trim- mlnga to match, at the New Fashion store. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will ffivo a dinner next Saturday at the now Crawford building for the benefit of the Home of the Friendless Salesman can secure line of hose, belting and general rubber, from manufacturing corporation. A first- class I'ns for flret-class man. P. 0. Box 1371, New York. Lost—Sealskin cap yesterday between 1 and 2 o'clock between Kreutz. berger's corner and Coulson's drug- gtore. Finder will be rewarded by leaving same at this office. Underbuy is the cheapest all round paper hanger in the city; 18 cents a double roll, ceilings and walls (not for March only), but for all time. Shop in Magee block, corner Sixth and Broadway. Dr. Ciena, of Chicago, will address the men's meeting at R B. Y.M. C A Sunday, April 1, at 3 o'clock. Subjeot: ' 'Alcohol and Us Effects on Life. t ' All men are invited. Dr. Clsna is an interesting speaker. Don't fall to hear him. J. C Bridge, the piano dealer, at 410 Broadway, now has associated with him Mr. W. F. Patterson, a first class piano tuner. Orders left at his place for tuning, or repairing, will receive prompt and careful attention. Urs. Mary Burkett, of Jefferson township, died Friday evening at 4 o'clock aged 50 years. The funeral will be held today services being conducted at the Center Presbyterian church In Jefferson townihip at 11 o'clock ft. »• >. Wewlih a word to elld- bles to this association, residing in this city. While Post Fis __^^ connected with the National association as to the Insurance feature Our main object Is for the advancement and betterment of tho occupation we follow socially and morally. Post F Is clearly asocial club and all tho National alliance we want is such that will give us recognition 60 as to guarantee our insurance feature. Wa make our club laws and execute them which Is our privilege. There has been a committee appointed to solicit oliglbles. Don't refuse thorn your application but come Into this organization for your own advancement. Don't forgot tho State convention to bo hold at Lafayette May 19th. Tell jour friends about it. At a special mooting held last Saturday evening, March 2.1th, tt oom- mlttoo which had been pruvlously np- poirted for the purpose, reported a fjsnoral revision of tho State constitution which uftor passing: the scrutiny of tho post counsel was unanimously accepted and referred to tho State sec rotary. Every section and article In this revision was handled with tho dexterity of professionals and the object in view—wa-i tho betterment and the advancement of tho association. The following members wore added to Poat F last evening: B F. Kees ling. Cornelious Fisher, Carl Reese. G. H. Foater, J. E. Griger, A. L. Furbeo, llobort Kreuzberger. Jr .John M. Lee. Sol. Troworman Geo. T. Carr and W. T. Barnett. T. M. Qulgley & Co., report the sale of 10.000 T. P. A cigars for the month of March. At a meeting of Post F. last evening it was decided to go to Lafayette in a body and the following committees were appointed: On Music—W. C. Pittman, Jesse Stucky and W. C. Fiecher. On Transportation—Geo. Barron, Joe Reitemier, Johu Elliott. On Badges—Goo. VVashburn, W. C. Willy, J- B. Wilken. Amikn Farming is at a standstill now Mr. and Mrs. Geo ge Washburn, of Peru, werovlaltine friends here this week Miss Gerllo Pearson, of Walton, Is going to teach a class in music hero this spring.. ..Mr. B. F. Sharts Is going to Valparaiso this week to attend school... .Mr. Henry UUery, of Tlpton township, has the contract of keeping the Logansport & Marion pike in repair this year, and N. B. MoMacus has the Wabash road The month of March has been a record breaking month, the first three weeks with its soft balmy air decoying the little birds, fruit budg, the beautiful little flowers, and many other thing* from tbelr winter quarters only to be ruthlessly frozen to death by one wild sweep ef old boreas as he came rushing down from his icy home in the glaciers of the North. Its parallel Is not on record, perhaps George W. Glsh died at his home in Tlpton township March 27th, 1894, after a brief Illness. The deceased was born in Miami county, Ohio, October 11, 1830 and moved with his parents to Delaware county, Indiana when quite young and at an early day moved to Cass county, where be has made his home moat of the time since. He was of a very quiet, retiring disposition, a loving father and kind husband and one that was kind to all with whom he had to do. He was an exemplary member of the U, B. church for over thirty years. From tho nature of his disease his mind wandered a good deal and at different times he was heard to sing short sketches of that beautiful old hymn • •Home Sweet Home." A companion, two children and many warm friends are left to mourn their loss. The funeral was held from Seven Mllo church on Thursday at 10:30. Rev. C. A. Spltlor officiating. Interment at the Delawter cemetery. WIDEAWAKE. flOO Reward, $100. Tho reader of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded diseases that science has been aOI« to cure In all Its stages and tha' Is Catarrh, Hull'* Catarrh Cure Is the only posl'lre cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constltntlomil dlseim. require 8 oonstltatlonttl treatment. Hall's CatiirrL Cnre Is tnken Internally, acting directly on the bloi>d and mucus sarfaces of thu system, thereby destroying tlie foundation ot Hie disease, and uivlng the patent strength by building up the constitution and awaiting nature'in doing Its work. The proprte- torshaveso roueh faith In Us curative powers, that they oHer One Hundred Dollars lor any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials, AddwS, v. .1. CHENE* * CO., Toledo, 0. t^-riold by druggists. The makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltalizer 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. _ Handle Factory Wood for 8*1«. Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mail orders to Hillock & Pittman, Handle Factory, on Toledo «., or P. J. Klmmer. 0! New Goods Commences MONDAY TO PAY OFF OLD DEBTS. I take pleasure in an- nouncin that I have settled with my creditors. I gave my no:e in settlement—the first of which matures April 5th I must have cash to pay these ob- ligations promptly My shoe buyers and myself have been at Chicago and Cincinnatti; the manufacturers and jobbers appreciating our circumstances agreed to sell us New Spring Merchandise at 50c and GOc on the dollar. One firm, the Bradshaw fchoe Company sold us their entire line of manufactured sample Shoes, 800 pairs, at le: s than 40c on the dollar. These Shoes are the best in the world and retail in finest Chicago stores from $4.00 to $600 Widths AA-A-BC-D. SALE COMMENCES MONDAY OTTO KRAUS. Rate* to C«llfornl» «re«t1f Tl» the Pennsylvania Mne«. The Midwinter Fair at San Francisco and the numerous other attractions in the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains can be enjoyed by persons of limited means as the round trip rate has again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Passengers can select any ot the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit IB ample for a satisfactory sojourn. For details apply to J. A McCullough, ticket agent, Logansport, Ind. ^ K. A. K. Ott the occasion of the Encampment G. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps of Indiana, at Lafayette, Ind., April 4 and 5, 1894, the Wabaoh Railroad Company, will sell round trip tlckts for $1.11. Tickets will be sold April 3d and 4th, good going date of sale and good returning not later than April 6th. C, G. NEWELL, Ag't, Wabash R. R. Co. Ch»mb«rl»l»'i Ej« "« SH« Olitneit Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Sail Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, TO HORSE OWNERS. For putting a horse In a fine health; condition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving aew life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale bj B. F. Keesllng, druggist. C*«*fclBC !*>•«• *• CMBBBMptlm. Kemp's B»liwn will itop thtooufb ttonoe Xuiln FovidittOMi Dheonn4. Chicago citizens in their desire U excel, have lately accomplished a biff feat, namely: In. discovering by actual measurements that there are «om« lady residents who can wear sho« twelve inches long. Yout blood needs regulating In spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" i» nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; plntt, «0 cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist, 326 Market street Logansport, Ind. if terthe ball U over, afte toe bwrt of mom, After the dancers leaving, after th» gtan «• gone. Muw » head 1« achlni, If yon but knew It all, T*lte Smith 1 * Bile Beans on retlrtiw after tb« ball, Ask for SMALL etoa. A MIRACLE. What Plielps* "Four C" B«m- edy Did for Miss Jennie Basset. Last Friday, Dec. 19th, my attending pbrstctu stated unless I was better by morning lie cool* do nothing for ray relief. That nlgut I oo»- monoed taking Phelp's "Four C" remedy; «»»• ped all other medicines. The first do«e utoppi* my cough; slept »nd retted well: a few more don* removfld ail soreness from my lungs: the SMOD* d«y I wag up; the third day I *M »ut on the powk and today wa« up town purchasing holiday gooda. M:SS JENNIB BASSET. Washington Ave. and Summit St. Croup Cured. One dos« ot "Philips' Congh, Cold and C»J Cure" gave my child ins'ant relief when attaolB* with the croup, W E MOORE, ot Moore Bros,' Grocery, Arkansas City, KAIL I guarantee Phelps' "Four C" tor LA GROTK. Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, ett. BEN FISHER.

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