Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 17, 1894 · Page 3
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• • • • •'•'•• ''''' T^HERE is but one A way in the world to be sure of having the best paint, and that is to use only a well-established brand of strictly pure white lead, pure linseed oil, and pure colon;.* The following brands are standard, "Old Dutch" process, and we always absolutely Strictly Pure White Lead "Anchor," " BouSiKKn," "Eckstein," "BeilSsf.V' "Kentncky," "Collier." ^ * If you want colored pain'., t ; ;tt any of the above strictly pure lev... with National Lead Co.'s Pur- White Lead Tinting Colors. These colors are sold in one-pouml c.ir. 1 . 1 ., cac'i can being sufficient to tint 25 poi^i/i ri :'..i-iclly Pur* White Lead the desired stoic ; tii-.y r.rc in no lensc ready-mixed paints, !n:t .1 c;i/i'-i:natioi! Of perfectly pure colors in the Jiandiea form to tint Striclly Pure While Ltsul. Send us-a postal card and get our hoc': on paints and color-card, free. NATIONAL LEAD CO,, New \\r-;. Citicinnntl Branch, Seventh and Freeman Avcuin.-. Cinemuati. Stop at tlie VENDOME MEALS, 25 C£NTS. Good Cooking, Fine Service, Excellent Cuisine Short Order Cooking Day and Night, Pastry and Coffee are Specialties at Our Lunch Counter. The Best Ice Cream Made to Order on Short Notice, Come and See Us. RespectfuPy. JOHNW.MARKLEY F 1 ^ ^— [INK THINKS W CMOOSIPW DRINK5 AND HIRES' iRootbeer WILL LINK YOUR THINKS. Deliciouily"Exhilarating, Sparkling, Effervescent. Wholesome as well. Purifiea the blood, tick- lea the palate. Ask your store- • keeper for it. Get the Genuine. SaddM>l«u>p»tbM>UM plolu* «ri« tattott. THE CHAS. E. HIRES CO.; DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 17. New carpets and curtains at the Trade Palace. House for Sale Very Cheap—No. 808 Sycamore . street. Inquire of A. DeLong, No. 4.02 Market street. Everything In the notion line can b« purchased at the J. B. Snell & Go's auction ealo on -Pearl street tonight. Clay worsted suits, sacks and frocks ten dollars, not boys' suits, but men's. That's just 50 cents on the dollar at Otto's. The severest cases of rheumatism are cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great blood purifier. Now is the time to take It. Hood's Cures. Charity Lodge Division 4, G. I. A. totho B, L. E , will give an entertainment and 15-oent supper on the evening of the 19th.— Mre. F. M. William- Mm Sec'y. For rent, good front room, down •talrs, suitable for two, in good location on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office. Physicians itate, that many cases •uppoaed to ba female dlsene are In reality a derangement of the nervous •yitem; quickly relieved and cured by Dr. Wheeler'* Nerve ritaliier. Sold by Ben Flihor. M you have an Invention or Idea you wwh put in a practical shape, a model or machine built, go to the Model ft'Norelty Worki, corner Third and Market ttreeto. They have done lomeflne and delicate work. They o*& refer you to many people in the city where they have built models and •Mhlnei. Eveything confidential •md faithful. I fa' magnificent collection of photographs of the most popular actors, actresses, singers and musl clans of modern times, Tbe photographs are executed in the highest style of the art, and each one is accompanied by an interesting sketch of the professional career of the artist. It is the only complete collection ever offered of the portraits of the leading stage celebrities. It represents the results of Immense labor spent in in. dustrlous collection of photographs and data necessary to completely present the most noted personages of the stage, besides a large outlay of money. It la an easy matter to collect a lot of poorly printed out-of-date photographs of prominent , stage people. although even a partial collection of such pictures costs a good deal of money. But to get B, complete portfolio of them, all the latest and best, Is quite another matter, and to accompany It with an account of the professional career of each, not only requires hard work but would be impossible except to one having a practical and intimate acquaintance with tho stage and its people. In the majority of cases, the great artists shown in this collection have given special sittings for this work -which, therefore, Includes many photographs that are not to be obtained elsewhere. Others have personally supplied favorite photographs which are not on public sale, and in fact the collection is incomparable as to quality, and every photograph is a gem. In the series are Included all the great lights of tragedy, comedy, grand opera, melodrama, comic opera, burlesque and farce; all the favorites in all branches of dramatic and lyric art, in fact all the great actors, actresses, and gingers of the world, who have been seen -during recent years on the American stage. This magnificent collection cannot be bought in book stores or any other kind of stores. Neither can anything like it, for there i» nothing that resembles it, nothing that in Its line is half 80 good, nearly so complete or in any degree approaching it in merit. Ihli superb collection can only be procured in Logansport through the Journal's coupon department. Bring your coupons and> dimes and secure each number a« it comes out. No. 8 now ready, No 9 In a few days. Death of Artfcar HcTaccart, Arthur McTaggart died at his rooms In the Columbian hotel last evening at 9 o'clock after a two weeks' Illness of an aboees of the liver. The deceased was a son of M. Mo» Taggart and was born in Philadelphia, Pm., Feb. 22, 1851. In the »ame year he came with his parents to Logans. port and had resided continually here since He was quiet and unassuming in his demeanor, and had hosts of friends In the oity who will sincerely regret his death. About a year ago he interested himself In the Columbian Hotel on Railroad street and had devoted his unremitting attention to that business, his failing health and final fatal disease being probaWyinduced by his too close application to business. The announcement ol the date' of the funeral will be made later. tlOO BeWird, |100. The reader of this paper will be pleased to learu that there Is at least one dreaded diseases that science hM been able to cure In nil Its stages anil tbat U Catarrh. Hall'n Catarrh Cure Is the onlj noslllre care known to the medical Iraternlty. Catarrh being a constltntltnftl disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is takon Internallj, noting directly on the blood and mucus surfaces of the xratera, thereby destrorlng the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient sti-eiifftn by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its woik. The proprietors have «o mueh faith In Us curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure, Send tor list of testimonials, Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Wdold bj druggists. Linn Excursion*. On April 16th, 17th and 18th, round trip tickets, Logansport to Crawfords- vllle, Ind., at $2.55, good to return to and Including April 20th. On April 23d, 24th and 25th, round trip tickets, Loffaniport to Indianapolis, at $2.36, good to return to and including April 27th, On May 1, the usual variety of commutation tickets go 'on sale to Marmont—Lake Maxlnkuckee. Tickets all now on sale to Ch.lcago via St, Joseph and Lake Michigan. For any further information see J. C. EDOBWOBTH, Agent. Pact* Worth Knowing. In all diseases of the nasal mucoui membrane the remedy uied muit be non-lrrltatlng. Wotblng satisfactory can be accomplished with douches, snuffs, powders orastringenti', because they are Irritating, do not thoroughly reach the affected surfaces and should be abandoned as worse than failures. A mmltltude of persons who had for years borne all the worry and pain that catarrh can inflict testify to radical and permanent cures wrought by Ely'* Cream Balm, four druggist hai it. _____ IMB't Be Deceived. Don't be humbugged! If you want pure E«rly Ohio teed potatoes wltheut fall, go to J. B. MoMUleo, the gari- ner, BatM itrtet, We*t Side. Official Call. The Republicans of Cats County Indiana, and all others who desire to co-operate with them are requeste< to meet in their several townships and wards at. tho time and place deelgnat ed for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the Republican State conven tion to be held at Indianapolis on April 25, 1894,. and to the Republican Congressional convention to be held a' Hammond, Ind,, on May 24, ]894. The place and time fixed for said meetings is as follows: Adams township—-Twelve Mile April 21, at 1 p. m. Bethlehem township—Metea. April 21, at 1. p. m. Boone township—Royal Center April 21, ftt 1 p. m. ' Clay township—Shady Nook sohoo house, April 21 at 1 p. m. Clinton township—Clymers April. 20, at 7 p. m. Deer Creek township —Center school house, April 21, 1 p. in. Harrison township—Lucerne, April 21, 1 p.m. Jackson township—Salveston, April 21, 2 p. m. Jefferson township — Callowty school house, April 21. 1 p. m. Miami township—New Wavtrly April 21, 1 p. m. Noble—Centre school house, April 21, 1 p, m. Tlpton township—Onward, April 21 1 p. m. Washington township — Centre school hougo, April 19, 1 p. m. First ward—Engine house, April 21 Second ward—Rink, April 21, 8 j m. Third ward—Council chamber, April 21, 8p.m. Fourth ward—Rink, April 21, 8 p Fifth ward—Engine house, April 21, 8 p. m. The several townships and wards will be entitled to representatives as iollows and the meeting* will select the number of delegates as follows: State Convention. 1 i .• ' i » I ; EEJ Congressional Convention. Adams towashlp Bethlehem Boono Clay Clinton Deer Creek Harrison Jackson Jefferson Miami " - * Noble \ Tlpton " l Washington " J First ward > * Second " ••—f Third " l Fourth " j Ifffth •' ,.....„.......««>• "W By order of the Central Committee. J. Z. POWELL, D. W. ToMLnreoK, Chairman. Secretary. GLEAM UP FOB SPBO6- The Board of Health Inuea » Notice / to the Public. LOGANsroRT, April 14, 1894. On September 20th, 1893, the common council passed the following 1 or* dinance: An ordinance of the oity of Logans > port, Indiana, requiring property owners to clean and disinfect, and abandon all privy vaults aod cess pooli west of Fifth street and between Eel and Wabash rivers, and connect same with sewers, and provide penalties. Be It ordained br the commbn council of the oity of Logansport: Section 1. That th« continuation of privy vaults and CBBS pools In all the territory lying west of Fifth street and between the Eel and Wabash •Ivere In said city be and is declared i nuisance In accordance with the above ordinance the board of health notifies all property owners within the above described district, that all privy vaults and cess pools are to bo cleaned at onoe, disinfected and abandoned and suitable connections effected with the sewers lately constructed. By order of the health board. N. W. CADX, Secretary. Th» Rearalt of a Trial. CANNF.LTOK, Ind — I have used Sim.- mom' Liver Regulator, manufactured by J. H. Zelllin & Co., Philadelphia, and found that for Indigestion and liver complaint It Is tUe best medicine ever used.— B. E. Clark. Your druggist sells it la powder or liquid. The powder to be taken dry or made .nto a tea. Holloa to Taxpayer*. The City Treasurer's office will be open evenings to accomodate employes of the Fan Handle, commencing on next Monday. W. HOFFMAN, City Trewurer. **WORTH A CH7XNEA A i 'ILIS WITH A TASTELESS IND SOLUBLE COATINfl. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR t,, and To girt tiiM* eomplitntt «• mnit nnon .ww.TK prtncrp.! o.nn i I. «.n«nlly b.To«<» l» *b» .t«» »!»•»,< MW" 1 "> m th. » b. wiU nawntb* « #n rj id wnoa 406 IMtlttf I1M1UI. Ofall A FATAL ERROR. Hathmud Wire, the Self-Made Slav** o Their Famlllei. "If parents only realized what ham they wore doing their children an" how they were being handicapped b; being continually waited on who: they are small, they would certain!; reform in this particular," said » wo man of wide experience. "I droppe in, the other evening-, at a house wher the mother had simply made a slave o herself ever since her married life be gan. She commenced by waiting 01 her husband in a spirit of wifely devo tion, and continued it until he is th most helpless creature imaginable his paper is not ready for him when h Is ready to read it, he frets and vror ries until his wife finds it and brings i to him. If his favorite chair, lamp and table are not at his disposal, he eltbe makes things vary uncomfortable by sarcastic remarks or sulks, and reduce the temperature in the house quite a bit below zero. "While I sat there, he allowed hi wife to put coal on the fire, close th window and to opsn the door when th room became too warm. Instead o his performing some of these little tasks, ho simply sat in his arm-chai and basked by the {flowing wartnth o an autumn firo. Several times dur injf the evening- ho song-lit occasion t< make disparaging remarks about wo men who pot out of their sphuros in various ways and whose doings wen ttn consequence extremely distastefu to him. Later in the ovuninfr, one o the sons came in, laid his ha,t on the lounge, his umbrella across a chair an throw his overcoat over an ottoman iliu settled himself comfortably in a chair, took at least six boolcs from a .Ehelf, laid them here and there abou :the room wherever he happened to be glanced at the newspaper, threw i upon a chair and, after a little talk on various unimportant subjects, excuse! ;himself on the plea of a headache ; and wont to his room for the night He did not talte the trouble' to pick up anything- that ho had left lying about and because I knew his mother verj iwell, I knew that she would take care of every article that he had dropped 'She had done it for him ever since hi was a small boy and would doubtles 'continue to do so as long as he r« raainod at home. "On* of the daughters came in from a neighbor's house, bringing with her •some parcels. She unwrapped them tossed paper and string onto th lounge, pulled some loose threads from 'the goods she had bought, threw them on the floor and then retired, taking with her tho materials she had brough ;in, but leaving- all the debris to cumber the apartment It was the family sitting-room, and, of courie, it did nof count. "I saw a look of distress on the mother's face as she glanced arounc the disordered and udtidy looking-fclace but it probably never occurred to her that she alone was responsible for the state of things. I knew that it ha< been many times suggested to her to leave things where .they were until the children took care of them, but this she never had the heart to do. She seemec to think, and of ten said, that they were tired or busy, or were g-oinR- some where, or that she could not bear the disorder and would much rather pnl the place to rights than to wait foi them to do it. "Everything about that house wa: conducted upon this idea, and if ever there was a slave to her family that woman was one. She never got time for reading 1 or study, and her husband and children grew entirely away from her until there was nothing- of her but a household drudg-e. Nothing- else was expected of her and she was credited with nothing else. If she had advanced a brilliant idea it would have been met with astonishment or possibly ridicule. A knowledge on her part of current events would have been a subject for family amazement At last, when it was quite too late Co remedy the worst phases of "this evil, this mistaken and neglected wife and mother came to realize that her life had been u series of grave errors and that instead of keeping up with tho times and being the associate and companion of her family, she was merely u working housekeeper on board wages, There is many another in the land who is doing the same way. It wonld !>e quite as well for them if they discovered their error in time to correct a tew, at least, of its worst features."— ST. Y, Ledger. TOO BIG FOR HIM. Verbal "Duckn Mid Drak<m" 3I*de by Am- bltloui IrUUmcn. Some men "make ducks and drakes with shillings,", others with words, An Irishman who had begun with an old junk-cart, having, by his industry ind knowledge of his business, become prosperous, thought he would hang two or three pictures on his parlor walls. "I'm no couniser," said ho to a dealer in pictures, "but I know a good thing •when I see it." •You mean connoisseur, doubtless," interrupted the dealer. "Maybe I do, and inaybo I don't," he replied. Just then a well known wealthy mei> ihant stopped to look A the engrav- ngs displayed in the window. "That man's a millenary!" exclaimed the junk-dealer. ': ,'. . "Millionaire, you mean!" retorted the picture dealer. "Well, you may call him as you please, but I call him a millenary!" re- jlied the unabashed Irishman. Mr. lio Fanu, in his stories of Irish life, tells this one: "A neighbor o* nine said that a very fine horse he had jought a few days previously had gone am o. 'What is the matter with him?" asked a Mr. T. 'I am greatly afraid he ias aoi the vernacular,' said he (of course he rSeant navictllar). 'Dear me r said T., 'I never heard of »y QO1 »»"* *M — . *•**»*•». — — — — quadroped having that disease Is It Like This —your package of washing compound that you call" Pearline ?" Look at the front of the package, and see. It •will be for your own good and your own protection, quite as much as ours. The popularity of Pearline has led to the calling of anything in the shape of powder, which is used for washing or cleaning, by that name.. If you find you are using the genuine, we will guarantee that you are well pleased. If you have any complaints to make, we will guaiantee that what you have is not PcarHne, but some worthless or dangerous imitation of it. Man}' grocers send these imitations when Pearline is ordered—more profit to them—sure loss to you. Send them back, please, y; .IAMICS PYLE, New York. WASHING COMPOUND THEGSEATINVENTION FOR SMI NO Ton. <f fxffHSC WITHOUT INJUR r To THE Tr.XTuRf:.COLOR OR HANDS NEW" YORK. , ^2SSih 1.1 Listen! fSajifNs;- \ •- B» SgJJsBWMW/TiWK' W '• fp%t^^ y ^^^%/ V*l •"• ' n! Back from the mom tain of Discovery and Progresk in the treatment of d ; scasa» comes the echo, "Curable." Dr. Wheeler's Nerve VitaSizer is a part of this progress, and rings the echo, "Curable," to every suffcKt from !its, ?p:!opsy, St. Vitus dance, or other'nerve disorders, because It cures ail or them ;is it cured Mrs. Lena Cooper, of 1534 Lorain Street Cleveland, Ohio, who says of the Vitali/.er: "i bcv'ar, lo use it—growing belter at once. The improvement was wond-,Tfiii—quieting my nerves and refreshing me, until J feel like another person." Mrs. Cooper JiaJ St. Vitus dance from birth. It yielded to no medial treatment- and was aggravated by fits when she became 16 years old. is now a healthy and happy wife. We offer $500 alysls or otherwise, can show lliat tills remedy conulns Morphine, Opium. Cocaine, or oilier harmful drugs Price. $1.00 a Bottle Free Sample for convincing trial, of druggists, or if not found at deuen may be obtained by writing us. B ", ; . may e close 5C. (stamps) for postage. If in doubt about your trouble, state your case and the Doctor will give free advice. All welcome. Address THE J. W. BRANT CO., Makers, Albion, Mich. or 43 Dey Street, New York For Sale by Ben Fisher. 311 Fourth St. Billons Colic Prevented. Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost invariably tell, by their feelings, when to expect, an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic. Chelera and Diarrhoea Remedy is takan aa soon as these symptoms appear. they can ward off the disease. Such persons should always keep the reme* dy at hand, ready for Immediate use when needed. Two or three doses of it at the right time will save them much Buffering. For sale by B. F. Keeallng, druggist. It !• Good. The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy that always gives satisfaction. It is good when you first catch cold. It is good when your cough is seated and your ungs are sore. It is good in any kind of a cough. We have sold twenty-five dozen of It and every bottle has given satisfaction—Stedman & Friedman druggists, Minnesota Lake, Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesling, Jruggist. Reduced Rate* to Kokomo via Penn- •TlVBnla Llnee. On Wednesday, April 18th, special jxcursion tickets to Kokomo will be iold at reduced round trip rates from North Judson, Anderson, Monticello, ,nd intermediate stations on the Penn- ylvanla lines, account Populist and 'rohlbltionist rally; return coupons •alid until April 19th, inclusive. La Grippe Vanauished. r |s B SDBE -t PIC to this dreaded disease, as most any resident of Arkansas City can testify. ', . ••• ; v: antii Fe Railroad Boys Heard From. DKAB SIB.— I take irrest plearar* in recommending your Fonr-C for cougbjand ooldg. UtTlngglTenltBtrlal,IcpuWr«eom- nwnd ni) better medicine for my friend*. Very truly, L, W. KBNKIDT, StVoon Baggageman. Santa Fe Engineer's Story. I contracted a bad cold : ma ». hoarae I could onljHwaKaboreB . wai very diseasing; pursued a TOOT tfour-C; It cored almost from the Mart. Itota I great pleasure i» mltrlend »- , 8-t.JfauS.d. W BEN FISHER. Bate* w California «r«atlr Be««e*«. Via the Pe«n«ylTa«ta LIMB. The Mid winter Fair at San Francisco and the numerous other attractions in the Wonderland beyond th* Rocky mountains can be enjoyed by persons of limited means a* tke round trip rate has again been materially reduced via Pennsylvania^ Une». Pa*. senders can select any of the several routes from Chicago, and the return limit is ample for a satisfactory §0- journ. For detail* apply to J. A Ifo- Cullough, ticket agent. Logansport, Ind. ^ •anln Fo»d*Uon DiMenn*. Chicago citizens in their desire to excel, have lately accomplished able feat, namely: in discovering by actual measurements that there are IOBM lady residents who can wear shoM twelve inches long. Tour blood needs regulating 1» spring. • 'Lafeld Cabinet Fort" it nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, |1; plntt, 60 cents. For sale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist, 326 Market street, Logansport, Ind. ChunberUU'i Ey« Ml Skin Otabant IB a certain oure for Chronic Sort. Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nlp» js, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Sail Rheum and Scald Head, 26 cents p«r box. For sale by B. F. Keetllne, TO HOBSE OWNEBS. For putting a horse In a fine healthy • 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, givlnff new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sal* by B. F. Keesling, druggist. Repnfettcam surto CaBTCBttoU. On account Republican State Convention the Pennsylvania lines will ' Bell excursion tickets to Indlanap«ll» and return at rate of $2.35. Ticket* will be sold April 23, 24 and 26, good going only on date of sale and -ill bo available for returning trip until April 27, 1894, inclusive. VaaCalla Una KxennloB* To South, Southeast and Southwest will run OB various dates from now until June 6, 1894, inclusive. On* are round trip. Call on or addr«M anyVandalla line agent and ask tor nformatien contained in circular Wtv 27 Of January 20,1894. Himale *M«ory Wo»« f»r •BS*. Handle factory wood delivered t» any part of the city. Mail order* tr Hillock * .Plttman, Handle Factory. on Toledo It. orP.J. Klmmtr. 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