Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 10, 1894 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 10, 1894
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T3EMEMBER there A V. arc hundreds of brands of White Lead (so called) on the market that are not White Lead, composed largely of Buiytes and other cheap materials. Dut the number of brands of genuuio Strictly Pure hits .L/2&C is limited The fo!!ov.-:n<; ! •::-.•••.% are standard '-'OldDuic!;" ;:;c'::-;3 and just as good EC livjy v.v:; \vhc-i you or your father woru bcyr;: "Anchor," "So'.:t n j;:m," "Eckstein," ''S-crtSr^i,' 1 '' Kentucky,'' '' Cole?: 1 . FOR CoLC!r~—Nnticr.r.l I,'.'::a C'.',','- Pur White Lead Ti.v.inj: Coluro, c. ciii;-p:.>...:•.'. c.\:i :•, a 35-pound I:t'" of l,'.:id and mi:; yd:?" i;\v: paints- Saves tisns II:K! unnoyar.CL' i,i r 1 : 11 ^ 1 ]:!:^ shades, and iur.urcs thi: b'.-i:t p:,!::i [1:.:. ;: i, possible to put on vuocl. Sctld us u postaj card and £::! our l-oo}; rr paints and color-card, free; 't \\::1 ;:.. V:,;.!; save you a ijood many dollars NATIONAL LEAD CO., K:-\v V.i.-k, Cincinn.itl Branch, Seventh and Ftecm.in Avenue Ci:ici:::^ii. DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK. After fourteen years of scientific study of Nose, limit, Llvpr, and al Dlswues of a Chronic Nature I adoptvd my present form of treatment, and bave co Dducted a anccfwtal practice In theuboYA clans ot cns«3. I uordlnlly Invite jwi or soar ftlendx. If HfllleWd with «nj Chr nlo Disease, to consult mp and mj method of irentnipnt and Us multl. Office hours: 10 to 12 n. ra.:2to 4. 7 to 8 p.m. RentaenceutofUoe. All colls promptly attended. FINANCIAL. W ALL STREET! 10 OPERATE SUCCKSSFTlMf IN WALL STBEET Join o«r t'o-Oporiitlro K. It. Stock Srndlcutc. 190 to 500 percent, per annum -asll/ nude, and with oat rlsn. Send for "Pro«pectu»ftn<l Dally Market letter," mailed free. ilL;he»t Reference. Our record up to dute percent 69 percent. paldtothetiubscrtbera. as tbe resnltof ODeratlons from D«t;em&er, 18j3, to Marca 15tJ, 3S94, WEIMAX * CO., Banker* and Brokers, Mo. *1 Broadway, New York City. Do yon know that fat every disease flesh is heir to nature's great labora- i toryholdsoncright thing that will care it? 49 To-day a devotea specialist who has been seeking for years, discovers and brings out a specific— the right thing for «ome disease thai medical men have experimented upon for ages; tomorrow is developed a remedy which hlesies all mankind! Do you know that all real remedies known to science are the results of such work given to the world? They are, and Dr.Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer it the one right thing that has been found to cure the awful diseases that result from starved *nd jaded nerves, such «s sleeplessness, nervous prostration, fits and epilepsy. It puts new life into nerves; does not itupefy, but re-vitalizes. PRICE »1.00 A BOTTLE Inquire of druggists for free sample. If not fonnd, write us enclosing five cents (stamps) for postage. The doctor givei free advice to any nerve disease sufferers. AU welcome. The J.W. Brant Co. Maker* ALBION. MICH. iJ And 4*0«y3t.. New York We offer $500 to »ny phyalclun or cbemtal who c»n •bow byftoaiytlaor Other wise. th»t thin remedy cont*lrm morphine, opium cocaloi, or »ny harmful dnifc> Sold by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth St. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10 Supper tonight—Broadway M, £ Church. Home-made ice cream at tbe Apron F»lr Wednesday. For Kent—Five rooai ID good location. Inquire at 1325 North street, Remember that the Fortnight Bev- •lera will give another of their popular dances at O. A. R. Hall, Thursday evening, April 10. Malaria la one of the moat Insidious Of health destroyers. Hood's Saraa- ptrilla counteracts its deadly poison And builds up tbe ayatem Charity Lodge, Division 4, G. I. A. to the B. L £., will give an entertain,. ment and 15 cent supper on the evening of the 19ib—Mr*. F. M. William- ion, Seo'y. A grand concert will be given at Whemtland St. M. E. Church, Wednesday evening, April 11, 1894. Admli- llen 15 oenti. loe cream and cake will be terred. The regular meeting of the rf- C. T, V. i» lecture room of the Baptist ohnrbh today «t 9:30. Supt. of de. pftrtmenU are requested to »e preient Some plant of work ar* to be oonild- Oc(«B*n«rluii to Ban m Fo»t BBC* For • Pur«*. A Peru special eaji: For tome months p»«t there has been a Irleodly rivalry among' (he various cotogenar- lac o of this part of the State aa to who le the best man of his age, physically and mentally. So spirited baa the matter become that friends of the various parties are now arraogloff for a half mile race, two beat in three, with a purse to be hung up of $300. The active competitors to the race thus far are: "Uncle" Daniel Boeder, of this city, aged eighty-five; Mr. H. Purcell, of Loganaport, aged eighty, two; and K. G. Shryook, ol Eooheater. aged eighty-three. Mr. Puroell opened the ball with a challenge that he could beat any man in the State, age taken into consideration, and to this end offered to bet »800. Mr. Shryock come back at him with the announcement that he ia a better man, and in addition offera a purse of 1100 that he can deliver a better Fourth of July oration than any of them. Mr. Reeder aays that physio- ally and mentally he la the auperior of them all; that he can outrun them, outskato them, ride a bioyele better and longer, and that in every way, although older, la the best man. ID a letter accepting the challenge Mr. Shryock appoints Hon. Mllo R. Smith, of Rochester, as his trainer. All of the men mentioned are very active for their age, and noted in the respective communities where they reside as ro- markable octogenarians. Especially ao is thla true of Mr. Reeder. For the past fifty years he haa borne the palm of being the best skater in northern Indiana. Ho is always one of the first on the ice each winter and the most agile of all there. In later years he h»8 been riding a bicycle, and ia an adept. The time for the race has not yet been set, but it will probably be held some time during May. Republican Cltr Convention. The Republicans of the City of Lo- ganaport are notified to meet ID the several wards on FRIDAY. APRIL 13TH, 1894, at 8 p, m. for the purpose of nominating one member ot the council from each ward, and selecting delegates to the city convention to nominate a city ticket. The places of meeting will be as follows: First ward—West Side engine house Second ward—Broadway rink. Third ward—Council chamber. Fourth ward—Broadway rink. Fifth ward—Fifteenth street engine house. The ratio of the representation will be »ne delegate for each 10 votes cast for General Harrison in 1892, and one lor each fraction over 6. The ratio makes the ward representation aa follows: DEAD MEN'S FOOD. SPILLS (Tasteless— Effectual.) For Sick-Headache,* Impaired Digestion,!; Liver Disorders r.ncij; Female Ailments. | Renowned all over the World.,. CoTorod TTlth » Tuteleim £ Snlubfc Cislhiir- g Auk for Bcccli.im's and t.-\kc no oihcp. f Made at St. Hulcns, Bnjrkind. S<il'l »>• •<{ druggists and dealers. Price ZS rents a ^. box. New York Depot, 365 Cunal St. f A MINER'S FALSE TIP. It Tamed Out to Bo * Good Thine After All. One day, whila n. pantf of miners were toiling in a pulch near Sliusta, Cal., a stranger, evidently ignorant ol mining, came along 1 . The miner near him took out K, five-dollar migffet, <«>d anxiety overcame the stranger's reticence. "Say," ho asked, "where can I go to diffgin' to flnd it like that?" The hardy miner stopped his work, and, (jiving; the wink to ail the boys, pointed up to the barren rocks where no gold had ever been found. "You see that rough-looking plape?" "Yes," said the new hand. J/ 1 "Well, thar it is rich. Jes'youstak* out a claim an' go to work, an' when we finish here we'll come up, too." The new hand thanked the miner, and the boys all grinned their appreciation of the joke. That afternoon a solitary figure was seen picking on the rocky lull-side, and every time the miners looked up they roared with laughter, Hut the next day the new miner struck a' pocket, and took out several thousands of dollars in gold. Then he ca,m« and thanked the miner who had sent him up there, and went down to the city and bought houses and lots and things, while the other miners dotted thatsame rocky hill-side for days without finding a pocket.— American Tribune. Flntward ...... .................................... - .......... S& Second ward .................................................. f> Third ward .................................................... J? Fourth ward .................. „ ............ __ .................. 34 FUtbwacd ......................................................... « Total delegates .......................................... 168 Necessarjto choice ............. - ............... ........... M The delegates selected will meet at the new court room SATUKDAX, APRIL, 14TH, 1894, at 8 o'clock p. m. to nominate candidates as follows: Mayor, Treasurer, Clerk and Water Works Trustee. By order of committee. J. Z. POWELL, Chairmen. Attest: D. W. TOMLINSON, Seo'y, Obituary. The funeral of Win. Bean will occur from the house No, 818 Barren street this afternoon at 2 and at the German Lutheran church at 2:80 o'clock, conducted by Ear. TeirmenBteln. Wm. Ronn was the son of Henry Renn. Be was born in thU city and had always lived here. For a number of years he was a clerk at Tanguy's dry goods store, but about a year ago took a position In the hardware store of Ullory & Son which he filled until about four weeks ago when he was taken sick with lung trouble from which he never recovered, his death oocurlng Saturday evening at 5 o'clock. He was a member of the German Lutheran church and was very popular in the circle of society in wfcioh he moved. Hia family have the sympathy of a host of friends in their bereve- ment. His brother, John, of Huntington, Andrew and wife of Chicago, and his sister. Mrs. A. Joeober and husband from Ft. Wayne arrived yesterday. Fby»lcal CPlturei. Miss Ida Virginia Smith will be at the Broadway Presbyterian Church Tuesday, April 10, at 4 p. m., to meet all who ar» Interested. In joining a class in Physical Culture and Delsarte. Each IIli OVTB Mirror. A g-ifted preacher said that all the theological instruction he ever received was contained in a single remark addressed to him by an aged father in the Gospel, "Tell the people," he said, "precisely what they tell you." He did it. He wfcnt from house to house, and what he heard he remembered and brought out in his sermons. Like Bunyan, in his "Pilgrim's Progress," he held up the mirror iu which each saw himself, and thus the multitudes followed him.—Richmond Religious Herald. —Tho "penny-in-the-slot" apparatus has been arranged to deliver tickets on the Berlin elevated railroad. There are tickets for two classes and of different rates for different distances on the road, but the apparatus supplies only second-class 15-pfennijf (H.8 cents) tickets, i'ou put ttvo 10-pfennitf pieces into the slot and take out a ticket and a B-pfennig piece. A Ontlotu unit Ancient Cnitum of the Hm- tlve* of Yucmtu. From remote tiroes they have been accustomed to make offerings to the souls of the departed, particularly a certain pie that they call "food for the soul." The crust must bo of yellow corn; the Interior, tender chicken and small pieces of pork. These pies are wrapped in leaves of the banana tree and baked underground between hot •tones. When done, they are placed on the graves or hung from trees close by. Sometimes, after leaving them there for an hour or two, the living take home the pies and enjoy them, •ayinpr that the souls have, already drawn from them all the ethereal part of the substance. When among the ruins in the ancient city of Chichen Itza, we happened to be very hard pressed for food on All Saints day, as on many other occasions, and knowing- that the "feast of the dead" would be celebrated in a not very distant village, we allowed some of our men to go there and take their chance of enjoying a good meal. In that they were most successful, the natives being at all times exceedingly hospitable, and never failing- to invite those who approach their home to partake of what they have. Hut the men also thought of us. TVe had early taken to our hammocks, remembering the saying-, "Qui dort, dine" (he who sleeps, eats). About two o'clock in the morning we were aroused by a man only just returned from the village. He hud waited there till all were asleep, then made his way to the graveyard, and gathered from a tree a tine fruit in the .shape of a large pie. This he brought to us, wisely arguing that the embodied needed it more than the disembodied. The dead man's food wan still wrapped in its banana leaf, and we were not sorry to avail ourselves of this chance to breakfast at two o'clock in the morning. No tender chicken was concealed within that particular crust, only a pigr's foot with a few stray bristles on it, and a most liberal dose ol red pepper, but hunger made it excellent.—Mrs. A. D. Le Plongeon, in Popular Science Monthly, 9 NOW READY Huddle F«etorr Wood for Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall 'orders to Hillock ft Plttman, Handle Factory, on Toledo 3t., or P. J. Klmmer. Dov't Be D«e«lY««. Don't be humbugged! If rtu want pur«K»rly Ohio teod potatOM without fall got* J. K. UoMllln. th«fard* n«r, BatM itr^t, WM! Sid*. (100 B«n*nl, »1W>. Tbe reader of this paper will b« pleaxod to learn that them la at least one dreaded diseases that science lias been able to cure In all Its fttages and that Is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tbe only posl'lre cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh balng a constitutional dlseoiw, requires a conntltatloniil treatment. Hall's Catiirrh Core la taken Internally, acting directly on the blond and raucuH surfaces of the system, thereby d«atro,ln( tbe foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up tbe constitution aud wnlstlng nature In doing Its work. The proprle- tornbaTeso mueh faith In In curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for soy cute that It fulls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, K. .1. CHKNBY A CO., Toledo, O. 0rdold by druggists. BUftnlve Fonnditloni Dlncorcred, Chicago citizens in their deaire to excel, have lately accomplished a big (eat, namely: in discovering by actual moftBuretneutB that there are some lady residents who can wear ahoel twelve Inches long. Your blood needs regulating IE spring, "Lafeld Cabinet Port" la nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; pints, 60 oenta. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription drugiriat, 326 Market street, Log»n§port, Jnd. It I* Good, The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is used the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy tha» always gives satisfaction. It Is good when you first catoh cold. It le £ood when your cough Is seated and your lungs are sore. It Is good In any kind of a cough. We have eold twenty-five dozen of It and every bottle has given satisfaction.— Stedman & Friedman, druggists, Minnesota Lake, Minn. fiO cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keealing, Druggist. Republican Slate Convention. On account Rapublloan State Convention the Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion tickets to Indianapolis and return at rate of $2.35. Tickets will be sold April 24th and 25tb, good going only on date of sale and will bo available lor returning trip until Apr.l 27, 1894, Inclusive. Vandall* Line Kieornlon* To South, Southeast and Southwert will run on various date* from now until June 6, 1894, inclusive. One fare round trip. C»ll on or addreu SDVVand&lia line ftgent and aak for information contained in circular Mo. 827 Of January 20. 1894. Days full of the lunrttlne of health are tt«» which follow tht UM of Dr. WhMler't N«rr« Vitallitr. 8«ld by Rule* 10 California <»r.'iitl>' K»dare4 Via the PennHylvaiiltt Linen. The Midwinter Fair at San Fran- claoo and the numerous other attrac- tlona ID the Wonderland beyond the Rocky mountains cao be enjoyed by persons of limited means as tho round trip rate has again been material)] reduced via Pennsylvania lines. Passengers can select any of the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit is ample lor a satisfactory sojourn. For details apply to J. A Mo- Cullough, ticket agent, Logansport, Ind. ^ What Will Do It? Medical writers claim that the successful remedy for casal catarrh must be non-irrltaliog, ea»y of application, and one that will reacb tbe remote eorea and ulcerated surfaces. Tbe history of the efforts to treat catarrh la proof positive that only one remedy has completely met these conditions, and that is Ely's Cream Balm. Thla safe and pleasant remedy baa mastered catarrh as nothing else has ever done, and both physicians and patients free, ly concede this fact. Our druggists keopit. Billon* Colic prevented. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost invariably tell, by their feeling-f, when to expect an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic. Chelera and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon aa these symptoms appear, they can ward off tbe disease. Such persona should always keep the remedy at hand, ready for immediate ufe when needed. Two or throe doses of it at tbe right time will eave them much suffering. For sale by B. F. Keesling, drug-gist. Our readers will find Simmons' Liver Regulator advertise it, and use It, and we commend it aa a aafe and excellent medicine. We' became acquainted with It in Georgia whero It is a standard family medicine. We do not deny the merits of other pre- paratlona but simply state that this one commands confidence. From the "Journal," Lanesboro, Minn. A MIRACLE. What Pbelps' "Four C" Remedy Did for Miss Jennie Basset. This interesting number is the first MIDWAY NUMBER and contains the following photographs: 1 The Western Entrance to Midway Plaisancat 2 Town Hall in Old Vienna 3 In Cairo Street 4 The Eg\ ptian Temple of Labor 5 The Irish Village 6 The Javanese People 7 The South Se Islanders 8 The Algerian Theater 9 Ths Panorama of Kilauea 10 Arab Spearmen of the Wild East Show 11 Encampment of Bedouins 12 The Lapland Village 13 Interior of Lapland Village 14 Midway Driving Bell Exhibit 15 The Famous Persian Theatre 16 The Chinese Pagodas. Tf Christ: NOW . READY...... Came to Chicago" JOURNAL READERS SHOULD NOT MISS THE Greatest Sensation OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Last Friday, D«a 19th, my attending physician stated unless I was better bj morning he could do nothing lor my relief. That night I commenced taking Plielp's "Four C" remedy; stopped all other medicines. Tba first dose stopped mj cough; slept »nd reeled well; a few more dosoi removed all sorenMS tram my longs! tbe lemnd day I was up; the third day I w;w out on the porch and today wa» up town purchasing holiday goodi, If 188 JE.VNM BASSET. Washington Ava and Summit St. Croup Cured. OntdoM ot "Phhlpi 1 Congb, Cold and Croop Core" Kara my child Ins'aat relief when AttMkM with the croup. W K. HOOBB, ot Hoot* Brot.' Grocery, ArbuuuCltr.Ku. t inuiilM Pn»lpi""r»ar C" tor Li SJOTTM, ijtkiM, Bronehltli, Coathi, Ooldi, ete, BEN FISHER. THE FAMOUS EDITOR OP THE REVIEW OP REVIEWS WM. T. STEAD OF LONDON Tbe most remarkable figure of reform in modern civilization, whose hooka have been sold all over the English-speaking world BY MILLIONS, Has Written this Book for Aierica SELECTING CHICAGO AS THE TYPICAL CITY OP CORRUPTION AND OF GREATNESS Truths are told as they have not been told since CHRIST CAME TO PALESTINE. And the evils known to modern life are sketched like rl- pers and their chief abettors are named openly without regard to pertOM or consequences. Supply yourself at once with this great book. Call and get it at once, aa this will be the most advertised book, by the denunciation* and laudations of the press, that has been issued in this country. STRIKI.WLY ILLUSTRATED SPLENDIDLY BOUND NEARLY COO PAGES Tbe Jonrnal is pleased to announce that it bai secured a large number ol copies of the first edition of this wonderful book, which will be sold to Journal readers for 45 cents, together with one coupon clipped from this paper. No one should miss reading this great book which contains starting facts never before presented in such a graphic manner. CUT THIS OCT. I err TRIM OCT. "IF CHRIST CAME TO CHICAGO" COUPON. APRIL 10,1894. 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