Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 29, 1890 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 29, 1890
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MILAN'S OPERA HOUSE. Wednesday, April 30, W.H.Power's Co. -I'RESKNTlNfr- Tbe Romantic Irish Drama- THE FAIRIES WELL lACorapanion Play to THE IVY LEAF. > ci-i-tJy First-Class ConiumT. 'niciodins tVic Tatenfcxl Irish CoineJlai). Mr. Carroll Johnson (Law or Jo'ansim it Slavln's Minstrels.) t Car Lo;i<! of Smwn-. A Powerful Dramatic '- «omi'i»nj' KcylPte with New sonss and Hanoi*. g?-Fro.liietlon same as at the Htb Street Theatre Now York. SCALE OF PRICES: Bslc-cnr. -•"! cents; Parquet. 50 cents; Circle li cents. SeMs on sale at Keesllng'ri. Rear Estate. For Sale or Trade In all parts of the City. Residence at all price?. Business Houses. Yaeaut Lots. Exclusive Sale of .Johnson's -''Riverside Addition". 20 Vacant Lots on Broadway and North. , v Bargains in Lands close to the City. B N. TALBOTT Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Block, Broadway. B. M. Me Mill en Pictures, Stationary. Hammocks, Croquets. Picture Framing A SPECIALTY. No. 8O7 - - Market St. aprlSdiwly MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought in any sum over S25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GBO. B. FORGY. MONEY TO LOAN, c any B.IIU at in» JLOWiiST rasas MTVIM tuv£t only. Money &1 wcya ia b and. H o red tot* or <3e- mr. l2ter»ft Mi! principal payable 1° LORUM- ixirt. Special errangeiaente us to po.yij6« o. princlps.1 and Interest, muda to rait the wishw. ol borroTtsr. For farther particmars apply to Fred W, Mrnison, Attorney at Low e.^0. Bait*! Smteu I'aromlBSioner, To-arth KtreeV opposjiu Co-art Hoop*. MONEY, Uoneral IIMCTMICO und Loaiu.. Ail kind" o» l-a. saraiic?p!»c»<lin nrrtclnn ootcirBtiies. Endow csent • ollciee mrcbaepd, Eosdo of Burotyn. »r(n»= tor pR-i!9» t';'.dina pos'.awi" ••( lru» srherp ^ bond I? S 319 PJBAiiJ. ST. Ci oss en Dally Journal. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL. 89. THE VfEATHEB- cy. "D. C., April 30.-Inrlla.ua and 1111- •«t<is-Yalr, eicept Ught rain in northern portion; cooler, nortbeasteTlT winds, brisk to higher on the lake. Read Acme soap advertisement on this page. Harry, the son of Chas. Dunbar, is sick at his home on Seventh street. Col. Root. Kretitzberger was a passenger to Indianapolis yesterday. Prosecuting Attorney J. W. Mc- .Greeevy went to Dayton, Ohio, yesterday. Don't fail to take advantage of the low prices at the Golden Rule re- 1 rnoval sale. ' Mrs. M. E.' Hanson, of Grayling, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs., B. ^ F. -Kees'.ing. May. the daughter of P. T.Swigart is sick with mease.? at her home on "Race Street. Rev. and Mrs. J. K. Lamb, departed yesterday for Union City on a vis- .it with friend:! "Son can buy any cloth cape in oar house at net cost for the remainder ' ,<>t this week.—G-olden Rule. ".. .! Jordan Hecht the clothier, is giving a chance for a sewing | machine -with each 50 cent purchase Fire, lightning, tornado, plate glass "; and natural gas explosion insurance. —-^George C. Graves,. Ag't., 1826 High "street, Logansport, Ind. aprldlin Wtfl. Murphy and Catherine Barry; Richard P. Eritton and Catherine S. - • ^? noi >; Sherman Cornell and Ellen »arc licensed to marry. To Mr. and Mrs. WiPiaui Bedwards—a son. Mrs. Fred Van Orman has* returned from a visit with her parents at Union City, Mich. The Logan Greys will meet for inspection together with the Mascotte band, to-night. Col. and Mrs. D. H. Chase arc- rejoicing over the advent of a new daughter at their home. Yesterday morning at 0 o'clock at St. Vincent's church, Rev. Father Campion officiating. Win. Murphy and Miss Kate Barry were united in marriage. Will Chandler, who last week sold his barber shop ori Twelfth street, departed last night for Illinois. Will has concluded to shake the dnst of Logansport off hie feet. ' The South Side ball club vs. the R. R. street club p\ayed a gause of ball on Sunday afternoon which resulted in favor of the South Sides in a score of 40 to 2!>. Last evening, at (i:SO o'clock, at the residence of Mr. Dickey, in the East End, Sherman Cornell and Ellen Grimes were united in marriage, Esq. George W. Fender officiating. Lillie. the sis-year-old daughter «t Mr. and Mrs. Win. MeGraw, died at her home on West Canal street yesterday at 12:05 a. m. of typhoid fever. Tne funeral will be held this morning at 10o'clock from the house, 324 Canal street. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kastes were called to Kokomo Saturday by the death of the latter's father, Mr. Henry Wikel. who died of carbuncle located at the base of the brain. The funeral will occur this morning at 10 o'clock. Tbe team attached to W. C. liouth's meat wagon indulged in a very lively runaway on Twelfth street yesterday morning. Mr. Routh's little boy was in the wagon, but stuck bravely to the seat. The team was stopped before any damage was caused. A very pleasant social .affair was the daoce given at the G. A. R. hall last night in honor of Miss MolHe Greise, of Wabash, who is the guest of Miss Blanche Bennett, of the East End. About thirty couple joined in the pleasures of the evening, which were continued 'till a late hour. Fornoff's orchestra furnished the music and Byron Wilsan acted as )roinpter. It was a very enjoyable affair to all present. Messrs. Louthain & Barnes, of the Pharos, have closed a contract with C. B. Cotterell & Sons, of New Yerk, for one of their new high grade newspaper presses, to he used in printing the daily and weekly editions of the Pharos. The Journal i* pleased to note tkis evidence of Continued prosperity of its neighbor, and congratulates them on their step in the right direction. The first meeting of Tncker'e cooperative suit clubs was held at his tailoring store, on Pearl street, last evening and a final organization of the three clubs was effected. The members of the several clubs decided that the first three suits should be given to George" Gonzer, Harry Hagenbuck and Will Baiuuiontree, and this being declared the voice of all the members, the meeting adjourned 'til next Monday evening. Mr. Charles P. Gorman, of the Cror man Wheel and Novely Workg. is now prepared to supply his famous Safety Bicycle, and by next week will be ready for all orders. Last evening a meeting was held, and initiatory steps were taken in the Gorman Bicycle Club, a number of young men and ladies taking a deep interest in the matter. Mr. Gorman has< secured the rink and will give instructions to the club;three nights each week to the gentlemen and three nights to the ladies, all instructions free.to purchasers of his machines. This is a matter deserving all pORsibl^teacouragement. Billie Faulkner, the irrepressible hastier of the Chicago Inter Ocean, was in the city yesterday. Billie curries with him the only greatest nerve on earth and a voice that would successfully enter into competition with a caliope or fog horn. When he opens his head to announce that the Inter Ocean is the best paper in the West, the windows for six squares rattls. while the pavements are jarred loose and the horses for several block around shy in wonderment. Billie is a hustler whose reputation covers eleven states and is never known to get left. It was he, by the way, who made the remarkable trip from Chicago to Indianapolis the morning after the presidential campaign on a special train in the best tiuie on record between those cities, leaving Chicago at 4:35 a. m., and making Indianapolis 186 miles easy at 7:30. Three minutes later be handed an Inter-Ooean to President Harricon at tbit gentleman's breakfast table, the whole feat being a stroke of enterprise which "knocked the eye out" of all the papers in the country BiHv and his fog horn attachment will" depart at enrly Borrow twittei Painful Arti<:ral». Yesterday afternoon about three o'clock George Grinup, boss switchman at the Vandalia yards was struck by a passenger engine at the junction and severely if not fatally injured. Grinnup stepped down from bin engine which was standing near the junction and stepped with one foot on the track of the incoming passenger which for soino reason he failed to see. The top of the pilot struck him in the"suiall of the back, throwing hiui with great force to the ground, severely bruising his head and one leg. The injured man was conveyed to his home, corner of Eliu and < >ttowa Streets aa-1 a surgeon summoned. It was found that three ribs were broken and it was also feared that be had sustained other serious internal injuries the extent of which could not at that time be determined. Griuup is married and has been in the employ of the Vaudalia.fora number of years. About an hour previous an accident at Stevens Bros, planning mill cauie nearly fatally injuring Henry Roach, the well-known drayman. Mr. Roach had driven to ths mill for a load of lumber, and while there a heavy timber fell from a pile of lumber and struck him on the bead inflicting a frightful gash, from which the blood flowed in a stream, rendering the victim unconscious, in which condition he was taken to his houie in the East End and a surgeon summoned to dress the gauing wound. He had not recovered consciousness l*st evening and it is not not known how seriously Roach may be hurt. It will be remembered that just about a year ago Mr. P^oach suffered from a. blow 011 the head which rendered hiiu uneon- conscious for days, and from which he recovered only after a long illness. Hnnday, Fires. The fire department was called out twice on Sunday, the firs'; alarm being caused by a slight bluze at the residence of John Beatty, on Chippewa street, about noon. A gasoline store set too close to the wall started the blaze, which was extinguished in a short time. Damage, $ n~ '°- f At midnight an alarm was sent in from the North Side which oallad out the engine. The fire was in a vacant house, owned by M. B. Morris, situated out of reach of water service and was consequently en tirely consumed, at a loss of $1.000; insured. It is thought the fire was started by tramps roosting in the' house. GOSSIP OF THE DIAMOND. Base ball is becoming" popular in Australia. It transpires that the rea-on Mike Lehnrie kept his contract with the Columbus dub was because he was not wanted bv tho Brotherhood. Tho Atlantic iisbocituinii is T.O clian^e its name to thr Eastern leiisrue to on- large its significance. The present name, gives it too much thf. character of a local minor or:ranir.a!ion. Eitel'orEr, thn Hor.sicr.s' pii.chrr. has been pit hing at a hole cut in a board. the aperture beinR the width of the home plate and as Ion? as from an average-sized man's shoulder to his knees. Manager John S. Harnc-s has signe 1 the following additional ball players lor his Spokane Falls team: Tilill*. Turner. Colgan and Emicerke. Mills was with Milwaukee last year, Kmrncrke with Des Moinc-s, Milwaukee, and A?h!:ini!, Turner with Minneapolis. ;ir.i! _Col:rar, with tho Southern leaim-. I'nlsai: played in St. Paul in'JSSfi. Pitcher Amos Husie, who is sooi: 11 join Mutric's fold, Dumped Urn the fron: rank in remarkably i;uick time. H-- >v::an amateur last si:mm<:r und earn«-<.i r'r.- a month in o. lor.age, factory in jmlh-n- apulis. President I'.rush gave him i?"i to pitch in an exhibilinu fr:;iv.e. and that."how he made his start as :: ;T'Ti'SM<i:i i. He lield his own in the !Y,st, romp, ny In- was thrown in'.o, and to-day is u»e -,;! ; <> best pitchers in the country. The once famous pi:.c-InT. --Lri'.v Baldwin, is living near Hastii:::-. .Mi the home of Soule, who i= on t.ri.il wii' the Browns. Soule S'iy< ISnldwiu i-w : thought of at his native [i'::c •. a'ml ; : he. is prospering rs a farmer. 1'.c <•:•:• sionaHT entertains some, of his nld i 'o base-ball companions at his <-<>•<.: \ home, Charley Bcnneu., .Or- 1! < ••• league catcher, especially iiei;i? ;•. - quent visitor to the "Lady's ' home don't think Kaldwin take,* iui:<-li ft <•:. in the brotherhood incivcnii''it," s:;; ' Soule. "He is vcr'v old-la hij>:ie ; :i.-;', doesn't believe in chatiRi-s. I have :: idea that he. helped inflsenw JJer.nett i sign with, the league." HAVING A SERIOUS TREN;:-. Boston Past: The man wl;<> inker, as they ocnv never ]>;•.', nny ••;-n" to him .-••;.. New Yon; Herald: .Soiu:-tio(iv li::sv>-o!i said: "Whito hair i* tin- fr,:iin ivhi.-h covers the spa-alter tlic ir.mpcs 1 ..." Ashland. Wi.=.. PTCA-: I-ul yr-;:'- is-!>-t in the Lord and your :non<^iii :t tni^i and you'll come out all rlsht." \tctiison Globe: Occasionally you will find repentance with a bowed Load bu' with ttiioso Uiat is still turned up. London Edition Herald: Tho salvation army has already followed tho drum-boat of Great Britain round th' world. . Blowing sOiip-baljb!es ;:i:'.;. i..- .- ;,- siderecl i.'i.-re p!»y. bn! foi 1 1 !!••-<• , . . have ;in <-y,- fnr the lj;.-;Mi:a: .i..-0 ;-.-.r- mouy of !i-.-:iulifii; «-..-i:i!-:i i; :s i<.i; .-:, .- ?ti"t-e>-(jM;:r_- 'n.-.l iijsti-m-t-v;'. I • n •:••.to str.dv > '.:•• ii'.vnii::i .- :-i..i ',:-.• .:.n>,-. .,r the cwhi!-.-. ,\ i- n..:.\:-..: ••• :,,.., : ,•• :.,'- bles t-h:i.H i:ist fci- tu;,!..- i: - •-. ;'-• i,u, ,^ soap bubbles Unit will \n-.-: '.:<.• .•t.v.-:-al hours is cnsy pnon^-h if tli" foilrjivii'.g liquid \);-. i-.: '".I. D^solve L»:I'.; ]'ai'l by ^vt-i:;};; uf .M;-,;-- Beilles soap, c-.it into t.iin -!i>'t-s. io forty parts of iiis'.illed water. ;uiu jilsei-. ,Call the Tillered liquid A. und mix two parts oT pure glycerine with one part of the solution A, in a. temperature of sixty-six degrees Fahrenheit. a.nd, after shaking them together long and violently, leave them to rest for some days. A clear liquid will settle, with a t'vr'bid one above. With a siphon suck tue lower from beneath the upper, taking- the utmost care not to carry dowr any of the turbid liquid to mix with the clear fluid. Bubbles blown with this will last several hours, even in tho open air. The mixed liquid fna.y also be filtered after standing twenty-four hours. Merciful. The Indians believe that if the stillness over the waters of a hike bo ! broken by any careless word the spirits of the place will be oiTciuled. h; the days of the early settlers, we ;n-e told, a white woman hud oeeasion to to cross Lake Saratoga, and the. Indians, who were to row her across, warned her of tho dangers that one rash word mifrht brinjn but of wnirse. being c\ white woman, she \va.s superior to sill such superstitious notion?. It was a culm, cloudless day. ;'.nd the canoe sped like an arrow across the smooth water. Suddenly, when in the middle of the lake, the strong- minded woman determined to prove to these simple folk the folly of tbeir belief. So she lifted up her voice in a wild cry that woke every echo of the hills. The Indians were filled with eon- Fternation, They uttered no word, but, straining every nerve.rowed on in frowning silence. They reached, the shore in safety, and the woman triumphed; but the Mohawk chief looked upon her in scorn. "The Great Spirit is merciful,' 1 he said. "He knows that the white woman cannot hold her peace." Both the method u*i re:;u':t^ \vr.i Syrup of Fips is taken; it :s j-i?::-.; and refreshing to the tot.?, unit ::: geritly yst promptly- on the KiJ;.'.; Liver and Bowels, derive, tho ;•; tein efiectuclly, disjscls coM::. IK-:! aches and fe.vrra ajsil c:::vs hub:!.'.; constipatio -:aiy remedy of it.-? l:i!!il ever _;•; KiToed, pleasing to uie t:;sLe r.i.U i •ceptable to tho st.niiu-jb. pronipt its action and tnily l.'Fiseiirir.I m effects, prepared only ia>i,i tut. :; - hcaltty and agree-..!< ! .o !-.-j'v-t:;iv z*. many esceliect «i!!:'.;'.u-s c^.iii" -•: ' : to ail and k-.v= :;:"!? i'.- *::•.. -"' pooulnr remedy ktirr";:. * N f T 1 "' • " ., ^^- :-* ~ Syrup ct i'lgs ir- ,-.'.' rnx.' .1.-^ and SI bottles by ::!! 3.;:vi:-.:{: Cj gisls. A:iy rel:a1.".o ^rl.'-^spirt v- may not bare if. '.•:: ';?.;!-.« \K;i '•• cure it. promptly i')\- ;i::y -TO '-wishes to try it. Lk> n •'- :.--; ov ' substitute. CALIFQFlt,'!.* H'J sr&J? C; Engineer's Puzzles •WITH HATS. Base Ball Outfits With Boys' and Children's Suits. A Bag of M arbles With Children's Waists and Pants." Webster's Dictionary WITH EVERYTHING. OTTO KRAUS> OF COURSE, DEPARTMENT STORE. -s A. K. SUBOY.EB. formerly of Elliott, elirorer 4 Ce., Logansport M. CBOSS, formerly Kit* 4 Oo^ totUaaapOlU, tod. SffROYER & CROSS, Jobberslof Imported, Key Westland Domestic Cigars, Cigarettes, Etc., Etc., No. 21, West Maryland Street, Indianapolis. FRED DYKEMAN Represents the above firm in Logansport a»d surrounding tovriij. .. .. .. LOUISVILLE, Kf. .-'.•;••.•-• ; ;••->•. •" : .For #»!e byJB F] Keesling STRAY THOUGHTS. ' Experience does not reform her pupils '•he slays them. Th« woman with whom one has gro» old !» always roung. Lantz Bro's ic Co.. of Buffalo J«. Y. re plaeine & ticket, in every family n Lognnsport. which are good at nv proctsry store for a bar of their \cine Soap free for trial. So do not ail to present your tick/ft as cacb - is worth fire rents to your Kroner. " npr251vr THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING CORSETS! Meins&ausen Has an ELEGANT LINE OK Retrigerators:! he SELLING AT CMcago Prices. Gall and be Convinced. Are AcfcncnvUxlEKl tlie Woild Over as Ji> best Fitting, must VertM-t r.irni giving a uios., Economical Corset ou tbe Diaik^L For Stile in coniplftP :-,s£ortir.ents at tlif BEE H1VK Dry lioods House: WILER & WISE, 315 FounrriSlreet. WATCHES' WATCHES!! WATCHES!!! Largest Stock iu'the City and Sol.l on uiontbly pajineutsLGold! W»teb<* $<«0 00, El?in Wawhog $5.00 and warranted. NO AUCTION GOODS. No prizes , >'o lot»er.VB«Hm: bur. (rood poods, sold low. work and En^riviii^' .lone in the city. D. A. HATJK ; The Jeweler, Best watch

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