Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 21, 1894 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 21, 1894
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Com 1 ., dole I'rope., Button. - " All A boat tho Skin, Scalp,and Uulr," free. ACHING SIDES AND BACK, Hip, Kidney, und uterine pnitifl »nd woaknrnm'H r<»ll«v**«4 In one minute by thi- Cutlcurtt AntUf'Hln I'liiMtor. iThu llrat and only p»tn-kLlliiig planter. Stop at the VENDOME :320 EROADVA1. MEALS, 25 CENTS. Bill of Fare for Sunday. DINNER SOU P. Chicken Gumbo a la floral, run. ^Salmon Trout, with Lettuce, Cream Potatoes, Kadlsties and Potato Salad. ROAST. Prime Hotuti of Beef Chlcafo Ribs, with Brown Potatoes Chloken, wltb Cranberry Sauce Swine, Chestnut Sauce . Swe»tf Coquets Banonna Fritters, Tunllla Sauce TXOXTABUt Hashed Potatoes Baked Sugar Corn German Slaw Wine Plant Pie Coffee PASrKT. Boston Cream Pie Assorted Cake Ice Cream TheGreatHealthDrink Snfo, sure ftnd reliable. Always on time. A plcnsuroiuiti a delight. Coin* fortable, enjoyublo. Rootbeer AZSc, pfcg. malcpss gallons. Sold everywhere. Htn<t So. «nmp for bruutl/nl picture canlti ami bouk, Tho Chun. E. Ilircn Co., I'liilnilclir.im. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21. See beautiful line of umbrellas and parasols at the Trade Palace, Rer. A. J. Klssell of Louisville, Ky., will occupy the pulpit at the English Lutheran church on Sunday. House for Sale Very Cheap—No. 308 Sycamore street. Inquire of A. iDeLong, No. 402 Market street. ( Wanted—A first-class lady cook. Jliust come with good recommendation. at once at tho Midway. 304 Fifth •treet. Acute and ohronio catarrh; diseases of the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Sbultz, 412 Fourth street, Tel- teephone 157. Degree staff No. 1, D. of K. will rmeet at their hall at 7:30 this evening (for practice. All members are ra- rquested to be present. 1 Malaria is one of the most insidious /Of health destroyers. Hood's Sarsa- [parllla counteracts its deadly poison ad builds up the system. Sheriff Wlntrode of Huntington unty wai In the oity yesterday brought two patients from at county to the Long Cliff hospital. By an error of the typei In the pub* lilt of claims in the report of »oounoll in Thuisday's Journal it i Bade to appear that the bUwaekly |itnet pay roll was $748.63. That was i large by just |«00. It should hare Engineer Al Phillips has BO far recovered as to be sble to be around town once more shaking hands with his friends. The condition of Engineer J. C, Carow is not as hopeful as it was sometime ago and he Is confined to the bouse altogether. With the sot tling down of the weather he hopes co improve again. A dispatch from St. Louis announces that at a conference between Wabasb officials and employes an agreement was reached regarding the now wage schedule. Tho terms are not made public, but it is said that both sides made concessions. Pan Handle baggagemaster Chas. McGowan has decided to quit housekeeping. Some time ago his wife died since when his parents have kept house for him. In a few days they will return to Ohio taking his little boy with Ihetn. Mr. McGowan kae rented a rootn and will board. Yesterday section men at Hartford City found the body of a man cut In two lying on the Pan Handle tracks. The body was Identified as that of a resident of that city, an employe of a glass factory. He was probably steal- i»g a ride and fell under the wheels, Walter Brown of the Pan Handle round house who was severely scalded somo time ago at tho street car power house Is Improving bulls not yet able to be out of bed. His sufferings are not nearly as severe any more and his recovery is now but a question of time. Great wae tbe surprise of the Fan Handle yard men yesterday when they learned that one of their number was married Wednesday at Springfield, Ohio, to a young lady of that city, Mr. Cooper left here last Tuesday saying that he was going out of the city for a few days. The next thing; they hoard of him was that he war married. He and his bride will ar. rive here In a fow days when they will probably be given an ovation by the yard gang. Engineer F. M. Williamson has re- celvod a letter from William Klrkley one of tho railroad commissioners of Ohio requesting him to call at his office at Columbus to give further information regarding the saving of Iraln 20 at Mill Grove, Ind., last September, by Jennie Creek, an eight- year-old child, for whom tho society of Humanity of France has voted the Cross of tho Legion of Honor, Mr. Williamson was the engineer of the train and to his watchfulness next to the little girl's presence of mind it was due that the tralu was stopped before it went through the burning bridge. It has been learned that the child's parents are poor, hardworking and honest people and that tho father is slowly dying of consumption. It is to be hoped that more substantial aid can be secured for such an interesting and courageous child than a medal which however valuable as a token of appreciation will not buy bread and butter and medicine for a dying father. It is said that the railroad company has done nothing whatever for the child although she saved them many thousands of dollars. Such penurious economy is hardly to be expected from a powerful and prosperous corporation as tho Pennsylvania company and it is hoped that the rumor is untrue. At any rate the child and her parents are in need which undoubtedly many of the passengers on the train whioh she saved from destruction would be glad to relieve if they knew it. _ Thn Heinle of m Trial. CANNELTON. Ind.—I have used Simmons' Liver Regulator, manufactured by J. H. Zolllin & Co., Philadelphia, and found that for indigestion and liver complaint It is the best medicine I ever u»ed.—E. E. Clark. Your druggist sells it in powder^or liquid. The powder to be taken dry or made Into a tea. The sixth annual May festival of oratory and music will be held at Montioello May 7th to llth Inclusive under the auspices of the Epworth League of the Methodist Epltoopal church of Montioello. A program of unusual attractiveness has been pro- Tided tor the tTMt. Derby or Fedora HATS Pearl with Black Band, Mocho, Tobacco, Black and Brown. $2 Hats for $1. $3 and $3.50 Hats for $1.98 OTTO KRAUS. GREAT PIPE USE COMPANY. Organized at Lafayette to Supply Gltle* With UBS, A special to the Indianapolis News from Lafayette says: The Indiana and Ohio Fipo Lino Company, capital stock $1,000,000, is the name of an organization formed here. James Murdock Is the agent of the company and Charles B. Stuart the legal representative. John Neeley, recently of Logansport, Is the general superintendent. The company will supply Indiana towns oast of the Indiana gas field with gas, piping Ohio towns and cities, confining their territory to such cities and towns as will contract for specified time and prices. M. K. Oliver, of Kokomo, was awarded the contract for sinking seventy-five wells. A large number of agents for pipe are here today, and the company ex., pects to award contracts on nearly one hundred miles of pipe of various sizes. Lafayette capital to the extent of $200.000 Is interested in the new corporation, the remainder being Eastern capital, much of it being represented by the Central Control and Finance Company of Now Jersey. E. B. Leland Is president. ••Hide Tracked." The coming production of "Side Tracked" at the opera house next Wednesday night will be looked forward to wltt ranch interest. The company carries a multitude of special scenery, including the largest locomotive ever built for the stage. Jule Walters as a tramp Is said to have all the instincts of that sort of modern knight and proves himself to be a born comedian. Louise Lewellyn's new Columbian dance Is described as the moat elaborate dance now before the public. The side tracking of the tramp and the arrival of the emigrant passenger train at the Union Depot in Jonesboro, is very amusing. "Side Tracked" la one of the best railroad comedies now touring tbo country. OfltolHl Call. The Republicans of Cass County, Indiana, aad all others who desire to co-operate with them are requested to meet in their several townships and wards at tho time and place deeignat od for the purpose of selecting dole- gates to the Republican State convention to be held at Indianapolis on April 25, 1894, and to the Republican Congressional convention to bo hold at Hammond, Ind., on May 24, 1894. The place and time fixed for said meetings Is as follows; Adams towtshlp—Twelve Mile, April 21, at 1 p, m. Bethlehem township—Metea. April 21, at 1. p. m. Boone township—Royal Center, April 21, at 1 p m. Clay township— Shady Nook school house, April 21 at 1 p. m. Doer Creek township—Colter school house, April21, 1 p. m. Harrison township—Lucerne, April 21, 1 p.m. Jackson township—Galvoston, April 21, 2 p. m. Jeffi-reon township — Galloway 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. Tipton township—Onward, April 21. 1 p m. First ward—Engine hou36,April 21, 8 p. m. Second ward—Rink, April 21, 8 p. m, Tbird ward—Council chamber, April 21, 8 p. m. Fourth ward—Rink, April 21, 8 p. m. Fifth ward—Engine house, April 21, 8 p. ra. The several townships and wards will be entitled to representatives as follows and the meetings will select the number of delegates as follows: Spring Cleaning-Sewing, Sweeping, Planning and Hurried Meals Exhaust Body and Brain. Convention. 1 2 1 J 1 * J 2 8 Stiitu Convention. Adams township ............. 1 Bethlehem " ............. 1 Booiie " ............... 1 Cliiy " ............ 1 Clinton Deer Creek Harrison Jnckmm JplTernon Hiam! Noble Tipton Washington First word Second " ThlM •' Fourth " Klltl! " .......................... 3 By order of the Central Committee. J. Z. POWELL, D. W. TOMLINSON, Chairman. Secretary. Notice. The first payment on subscriptions of stock to tho Citizens' Natural Gas Company of Logansport, Ind., is now dun and should be paid at the company's oillce, corner of Market and Fourth streets. Shares of stock are twenty-five dollars ($25 00) each (two shares to a fire) to be paid as follows: April 20, 1894 ................................................ t 1 00 Hay 2 I, 1894 .................................... ........... 1 00 June 20, 189-J ................................................ 1 tin July20, 1804 ............... — ............................. 2 00 August 20. 1N)4 S«pteml)nr 20. 1894 October 20, 18W Novembers), 181)4 December 20, 1894 ........................................ 4 00 Januarj20. 1895 ............................................ 4 00 SIX) H 0() » 00 Huudle Factory Wood for Hale. Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall orders to Hillock & Plttman, Handle Factory, on Toledo 3t., or P. J. Kimmer. JOHN GRAY, President. C. W. GRAVES, Secretary. {100 Reward, S100. The reader OC this paper will be pleaded to learn tbat there Is at least one dreaded diseases that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally, acting directly on tho blood and mucus surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and Kivlnu the patient strength by building up the constitution and luHstinn nature In rtolriR Its work. Th« proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers, that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. j: CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. ISr-dold by druggists. GOT IT? FOUR"O" flNNIHILflTES Lf\ GRIPPE OUrtRftNTEED BY BEN FISHER. Ntockboldorn meeting- Notice Is hereby given to the stock~ holders of the Citizens' Natural Gas Company, of Loganaport, Ind., that there will be a meeting of said stock. holders, at the Council "Chamber of said city, on Monday, tbo 30th day of April, 1894, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors to flll vacancies In the Board of Directors, and such other business as shall come before the stockholders. By order of the Board of Directors. JOHN QUAY, Pros't. C. W. GRAVES, Seo'y. Muslre Foundations Discovered. 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 shoet twelve Inches long. Your blood needs regulating; In spring. • 'Lafeld Cabinet Port 11 ie nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, fl; pints, 80 oentB. For sale by W. H. Porter, pro- icrlptlon druggist, 326 Market street, liogansport, Ind. April,—windows and doors may now bo opened. A note of preparation is apparent in every household. Spring means to the average woman extraordinary exertion. Gar ments must be made over for the now season; the long winter's account with dirt and dust must be settled even the expense of diminished vitality anc shortened life. With such strain on body and mine thousands of women are sure to over, tax their strength. Hosts of too anxious wives and mothers sacrifice health and future usefulness to this fearful moloch of spring cleaning. April is by far the hardest month in the year for the women of the house. The long siege of winter leaves them little strength for such excessive labor, and when the severe strain is over many find they have been Hyi on their nerves and are on the road to nervous prostration and weakness of some vital organ. After great strain on the system, Fame's celery compound, the great modern nerve and blood remedy, best restores vigor and strength to the body. Men and women run down, weak, and nervous feel very soon an increased power for work and enjoyment. All have the true instinct that life, recovery from Illness and the main- tenanco of health come from perfect nutrition. Paine's celery compound reaches the very origin of nervous weakness ae well as diseases of the liver, kidneys and stomach. It brings to the million of nerve cells all over the body the exact food thoy need to become again healthy vital tissues. This Is, in'a nutshell, why Paine's celery compound is the remarkable remedy tbat it is for curing disease! due to enfeebled nerve power, such as neuralgia, rheumatism, dyspepsia, kidney and liver complaints. Digestion is distinctly under th« control of tbe nervous eystom and wben these nerves are underfed and in a eemi-paralyzed condition the stomach becomes little better than a heated receptacle in which the food ll not digested, but undergoes a sort of fermentation, which gives rise to nervous dyspepsia, gout, etc., the heart weakens, strength departs and life becomes a burden. It is just this craving of starved nerves for bettor nutrition that Paine 1 * celery compound quickly and fully meets. It causes the blood to free Itself of every particle of poUonout humor. The first bottle of Paine's celery compound starts the tired out, "run down" man or woman on the road to firm health. Says Mrs. C. E. Prunerman of Dover, N. H.: 'I was run down and felt very tired all the time. I was not able to do my work, and had not Deen since baby camo to us. I took a bottle of a certain sarsaparllla, but it did mo no good. My sister came to me and advised mo (o get a bottle of Maine's celery compound. I was dls« couraged and had no faith in any. , thing. My father went and got the compound to try and see If it would not do me good. Before I had taken one-half of the bottle [ felt as well *s ver, and I have done my own worle vor since without any trouble." Hers is in the experience of tbou. and* of others. Tha-Mou- Dtn't Totceo Spit or Smoke Tour life ti the trnthfnl, utartlln* title of a little book that tells all atxmt No-to-bao. the wonderful, harm- lees, OD/UUNTXZD tobacco bablt core. The cost Is trifling and the man who wants to Quit and curt rani n« physical or financial r In using "No-to-baok." Sold bj Ben Fisher. Book at itore, «• by mat IMS, Address, The Sterling Btmedr Co., Indian* Mineral Springs, lad. ^ Nerve force IB drawn on by every muioular or brain effort Deposlte to meet these drafts are made by Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vltallzer. Price (1, of Ben Fliher. Quaker keadaoh* oapfuli gin it* liaf In wn Minute*. Is purely a Vegetable Compoud, especially adapted to cure all diseases of the Blood and Secretory System, such as ASTHMA, Hay Fever. Scrofula, Eczema, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Lagrippe, Catarrh, Kidney andLlver It is a Harmless Blood Purifying Compound. Any child or dpllente woman can tnkfl It with perfect safetr; It win do ju.it t» claimed for It. TI TT A YT/~i IT 18 verr pleasant to the taste and »Ltev<M difficult paroxrima ot breathing, 1 XI i\_~iyiw U quickens digestion, regulates the liver and bowels, sharpens 'heapBiMltB, soothes the nsrres, purlfles tne blood, invigorates the mind, tones up the mo»cl<*, relieves chronU headache, palliates palx. cleanses the kidneys and bladder, Improves tbe heart's action, strengthen* the bones, restores lost vitality, softens thi sldn, beauUfle* the complexion, removes ail tores, pimples or blotches from the body, and will stop that GRH> COUGH or ANT COUGH. Price. 11.00 »*r Uottlt. Six to7|iV. Sold brail druggists. THA. MOO CnRS COMPANY, KOKOMO, IND. BTF. Keesllng, Logansport. Fact* WortU Knowing. In all diseases of the nasal mucous membrane the remedy used must be non-irritating. Nothing satisfactory can be accomplished with douches, snuffs, powders or astringent!, because they are Irritating, do not thoroughly reach the affected surfaces and should be abandoned as worse than failures. A multitude of persons who had for yean borne all the worry and pain that catarrh can inflict testify to radical and permanent euro* wrought by Ely's Cream Balm. Tour drufgUt has it. Who Say* Rheamtttem C*nn«t fc« Cared? My wife was confined to her bed for over two months with a severe attack of rheumatism. We could get noth* ing that would afford her any relief, and a i a last resort gave Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. To our great surprise she began to improve after the first application, and by uslof It regular ebe was won able to get up and attend to her housework—E. H. Johnson, of C. J. 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