Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 15, 1890 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 15, 1890
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The store Kabo is for women who break their corsets. can't be broken. <ruarantees it not to break fora year; and the maker behind'the store. , , . , And Kabo doesn t kink. To k''nk is almost as bad 'as to break. The store guarantees it not to kink for a year ; and the maker behind ihe store. If a single "bone (we call it "bone," it isn't bone) of Kabo breaks or kinks in a year, take your corset back to the store and get your money. And, if the corset don't suit you after wearing a week or two or three, go back for your money. There is a primer on Corsets for you at the store. csiciao Coftsrr Co.. Clilcaso and Xew Tort A full line of Humphrey's Homoeopathic Medicines at Pryor's Drug store. REAL ESTATE. :•"« ?ale, IS residences on Broadway. For saie, 12 residences on Spear Street. For sale, S residences on North Street .-'or sale. 3 re6ldences on High Street. For sale, 3 residences on Maifcet Street. For sale, residences on 8. 9 and 11 Streets. For sale, residences on Osage. Chlppewa and Miami Streeets. To trade B good farms for city residences. To trade, farms for business blocks. To trade, two stocks of Dry Goods for farms. To srade. aty residence In Kokomo foragrocery To trade, stocfe farm of i.">30 acres. To trade, efcy residences and farms for Chicago residences. For Particulars Enquire of M. M.GQRDQ^, Pension and Real Estate Room No. 3, Elliott Block. Logansport, • Ind. decld-wly Get your ginghams and ehallies— Trade Palace. See oar new quarters comer Fourth and Market—Golden Rule. Mr. J. W. Wheelock, of Anderson, was in the city yesterday on busi- ess. Wraps, jackets, capes, ladies muslin underwear at half price—Trade Palac«. We can safely say we have the Bnest dry goods stock in the city— Schmitt&Heffley. H. O. Cushman leaves this morning for Indianapolis, to attend the May Music Festival. Abraham Reed, an insane man from Boone township, was taken to Long Cliff yesterday. A. W. Belcher, of Peoria, %as circulating; among the dealers in agricultural implements yesterday. John Barnes, of the Pharos, snd Attorney George E. Ross went to Maxinkuekee last evening to concoct a fish story. The Good Templars have organized a class for the study of parliamentary law. Prof. Moore, of Hall's college, is instructor. Mr. C. C. Bennett, of the East End, has his now residence abont finished, and will soon have it ready for occupancy. * Mr. C. E. Carter and wife will leave for Warsaw to-day to toe present at a family reunion and attend the wedding of Mr. Carter's sister. See the new slumber rolls at the Trade Palace glled with pure down at reasonable prices. See them, also lace curtain stretchers. The ladies of the W. R. C. will not give one of their famous snppers this week. They are bniily engaged preparing for Memorial day- You should not put off getting your carpet take advantage of some sold for cash or on installment payments —Trade Palace carpet room. S. B. Boyer returned from Fort Wayne last evening, where he has been in attendance on the State and Tri-State Millers' conventions. The commencement exercises of the class of '90 will take place at the High school building Tuesday morning. May 23d. The class is composed of thirteen young ladies. Rev. J. R. Lamb and wife have been at Martinsville for the last few daysjattending a session of the Woman's Mission Board of the Cumber land Presbyterian church. Silks, silks in all kinds and large variety, prices cat in two. See the immense line of grenedines, drapery nets this is a good opportunity for bargains, Trade Palace dry goods and carpets. Rev. James Simpson, pastor of the A. M. E. church is spending a short vacation with friends in Indianapolis. Rev Simpson was pastor of the colored M. E. church of that city for three vears. Will You Guess? THE JOTJENAL will give a Prize of Ten Dollars In Gold to the person wbsse guess comes nearest and a Prize of Vive Dollars In Gold to the person giving the next nearest guess to the figures of the Census Enumerators, who begin their work In Logansport on or about June 1,1890. To Insure your name and guess being corretij recorded- cut oft the coupon which appears below; nil In your name, your address and your estimate ol Logaiisport's populations In the proper places. Then cut out the coupon and forward It to the "JOURNAL", Census Bureau Logansport, Indiana. No guess received later than June 10th. and no guess recorded which Is not made and filled In on coupon cut from THE JOURNAL. In cas* of a tie, the parties shall divide the prizes.. | CD GUESSINGOPENTO THE WORLD. COUPON GUESS. The Journal Census Bureau. First Prize '$1O In Gold. Second Prize $5 in Gold BASE BALL. Club Iilkely to be Organized it This City to Play in the Jndi- Bna-IIIinois League. Guess How Manr.People there are In Logansport. POPULATION . ADDRESS.. Xo Guess Registered Unless on tbis Coupon. MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Reduced RateH to Indianapolis the Pennsylvania lines. via Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNHsG MAY 15. Pears' Soap secures a beautifu complexion. now34dly Special low prices on black goodi Trade Palace. Corner Fourth and Market the Golden Rule, House with gas for rent, No. 355 Sycamore street. dec22dtf Come to the finest dry goods store the Golden Rule. The best picture framing in the •:ity at B. M. McMillen's, 307 Market »treet. may!4d4t The finest dJy goods store in the city is on the corner of Fourth and Market. Be sure and attend the Mother Pearl picture sale this evening, at W4 Broadway. maylSdGt Lawn mowers are selling fast at $3-90 find §6,90 at Meinshansen's, and have only a few feft. 230curtain poles sold yesterday at the Trade Palace, low prices does it. See oar low prices on lace curtains. Mr. T. H. McKee arrived in tbe city from Washington last evening to attend a case he has pending in "•ourt. Ths picture sale at 404 Broadway was well attended last evening. Pictures sold for less than half their value. 300 yards of new sattines in lovely designs and later styles now open at ihe Trade Palace dry goods and carpet house. ''Don't neglect that first cough! Syrop White Pine and Tar will je heve it at once; is and 50 cents p«r For gale by B. F. Kees- jan25d-w4m bottle, ling. In a Receiver's Hanil». Tuesday, by order of the circuit court Charles S. Peckham was appointed receiver of the Thompson Folding Baby Carriage company, on the suit A. R. Shroyer et al.. stockholders iu the company. The above company was organized here about six months ago and a factory for the manufacture of the folding baby carriages established in the old Spiker k Harrison buggy works. For some reason, probably lack of proper management, the company never got down to a paying basis, and some weeks ago shut down work, hence the suit which resulted as above. 8l«mc-Seekers' Kxcnrsion via Wa T bash L.ine. May 20th, September 9th and 23d and October 14th, the Wabasb line will sell tickets to Western, and Southwestern, Northern and Northwestern and Southern points, at one fare for round trip. Klegant new Vestibule Redway chair cars (seats free). For further information call on or address Ticket Agent, Wabash Line, Logansport, Ind. Xottcc I. O. O. F. All members of Logan Lodge No. 40, are requested to meet at the I. O. O. F. hall Sunday May 18 at 1 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother S. H. Congdon. Eel River Lodge No. 417, Gotthard Lodge, No. 571 and all sojourn ing brothers are invited to participate. JoHif C. KBLSO, N. G. M. SCHOBXG&EB, Sec. Deer Oreek Townahlp. The annual decoration services at Font's cemetery, Deer Creek township to be held Saturday, June 7th will be of more than asual- interest this year. Rev. 8. W. Brown, of Lo gansport, will deliver an address. The public are invited to be present. W. R. Wil^s. D. M. McCtosKKY, Trustees. Come and see ns if only to walk through oar new establishment and examine the beautiful goods—Golden Rale. The Second Annual May Musical Festival will be held in Tomlinson Hall. Indianapolis, from May 13th to 16th. The following talented Artists have been engaged for tbe occasion: Sopranos—M'lle Clementina De Vere and Mdme. Herbert-Foster; Contralto—Mrs. Zelda Seguin-Wallace; Tenors—Signer Jules Perrotti and Mr. Charles Knorr;Basso—HerrEmil Fisher; Baritone—Mr. Chas. Holman -Black; Harpist—Mr. T. C. Cheshire and Mr. Franz Wilczek, Violin Virtuoso. The whole supported by a chours of 600 trained voices and Seidl's German Opera Orchestra of 50 pieces from the Metropolitan Opera Hbuse, New York. From May 13th to 17th. excursion tickets will be sold via the Pennsylvania Lines from Logansport, at rate of $3.15 good returning until May 18th, inclusive. dtwto!5 Carriage of Kiss Clara Williams. Miss Clara Williams, a former resident of this city, was married on last Wednesday evening at Edinburg, Ind., to Mr. Warren H. Dunn, of Lancaster, Ohio. There was quite a large wedding party and a fine wedding supper. The bride, a decided blonde, looked lovely in a beautiful amethyst brocade dress with suitable ornaments. After the wedding the couple left for Lancaster, and on Friday evening were given an elegant reception at the home of Mr. Dunn's parents. The bride is well-remembered here as a former favorite in Logansport society. Charming, handsome and accomplished, she deserves the best that life can give, and her friends hope that all the happiness possible may be hers. Under instructions from the Postmaster General, postmasters throughout the United States have been required to keep a count and report the number of pieces and weight of matter, with amount of postage therein mailed during the seven consecutive days beginning at 6 o'clock on Monday morning May 5 and ending at 6 o'clock on Monday morning May 12, 1890. Said reports when made show the number, weight and postage of the different class of matter mailed to. wit: letters, postal, cards, circulars, newspapers, periodicals, merchandise, etc. The report for the Logansport postoffiee shows the aggregate»amount during iaid time to be. Number of pieces of matter mailed 20418 pieces, weight 1185 pounds postage, $295.20. Big X T nresprred Sale of Mother of Pearl Pictures. Yourself and lady are invited to attend the big-unreserved sale of Mother Pearl pictures commencing this evening at 404 Broadway, nest door to the popular book store of Mrs. John Marshall. Will be pleased to have yon come and examine the goods whether you pur- chse or not. Seats reserved for ladies. Col. J. A. CAIX, auctioneer. may!3d6t Can't Make Any ihinsr I>ike It. I have been practicing medicine for twenty years, and have never been able to pnt np a vegetable compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectively more the liver to action and at the same time aid (Instead of weakening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. Mo other remedy within my knowledge can Oil its place. L. M. Hlnton, M. D.. Washington, Ark, 3 Harry T. Smith, editor of the Indianapolis "Hustler." a new base ball paper, and organizer of the Indiana State League, arrived here yesterday from Indianapolis, and at at once get to work to organi*e a base ball club for this city to enter the new Illinois-Indiana League and play ball in Lafayette, Danville, Springfield, Bloomington and, probably, Decatur. Mr. Smith talked with a number of parties interested here and met with firie encouragement. The club will be organized at once and subscriptions started to support the club through the season Tickets will also be sold at $8 each good for all games through the season, and all parties interested in the welfare of the city should donate liberally. A base ball club brings many visitors to the eity and is a good advertisement. Mr. Smith has just organized and placed a club in Lafayette and will place a fine team here. Mr. Smith is an experienced base ball man and not only organized the Indiana league this season but signed all the players for the Pittsburg National league club, Jamestown. N. Y.; Wheeling! W. Va., and many others. The Wheeling club is leading in the Tri-State, and Pittsburg just defeated Cincinnati two straight ganittS. He thinks Logansport the bast base base ball city in the State and should always have a club. The salary limit of the Indiana-Illinois league will be placed low. not more than.jil4.50 to $5.00 per month, enabling all clubs to make a little money. If the citizens respond Logansport will open up here with Lafayette next Thursday. Ontrard. Emmet Howard spent Sunday at home. Mr. E E. Mitchell, of Peru, was in town last week. The freeze of last week did some slight damage in this locality. Sir. George Nickles and family, of Peru are visiting friends here. Miss Clara Rhine, of Des Moines, Iowa, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Thomas Little is building a large barn which will be quite an improvement to his place. Mrs. Mike Stroop, mother of Mrs. Thomas Little, was buried last Friday at lit. Hope cemetery. Daniel Arthur has moved to town to live occupying his residence at the tile mill. Mrs. Killison has moved her stock of merchandise to Miami town after a short stay of eight months with us. Dr. D. C. Barnett has rented the store room of Mr. Little on Main street and will move his bottles to that place. Mr. J. Morgan, of Hagerstown, Maryland, returned home Saturday being called here by the death of his daughter Mrs. John Hopper. Sunday school was well attended last Sunday Mrs. Dr. Barnett and Mr. John Howard were chosen as delegates to attend the Sunday school convention at Logansport the 36th. __^__ HoK-CAKK. Mill.- and Uriffln. ' A good audience assembled at the rink last evening to hear these distinguished advocates of Prohibition discuss methods of accomplishing the result sought for. Mr. Griffin had much the best of the argument, and he was able in a clear manner to show that it was not necessary to sacrifice every other principle to secure Prohibition, but that it could be accomplished only by education and enforced only by popular sentiment. To attend these ends required not the isolation of a distinct and unreasonable party; but the effective moulding of public opinion within the lines of the old parties. He showed by statistics the decay of the Prohibition party and on the other hand the growth of temperance sentiment, proving conclusively not only that his method is the aorrect one, but that it is also the popular one. Mr.Griffin is an earnest and interesting speaker, and his temperance work cannot fail to do good. To Member* B. ef L. B. Logan division No. 20, you are requested to meet at B. of L. E. hall at seven o'clock this (Thursday) evening to make arrangements relative to the burial of Brother S. H. Cong- eon. B. V. Pitman, Chief. [Pharos please copy.] From Top to Bottom The house is best cleaned that is cleaned with Pearline. k is done v.-ith little labor and with u T eat re- sulrs— with ease to yourself, and with rio possible injury u> anything- that is cleaned. To use Pearline once is to v,-ant it always; you will want it always becavise it does what you want. Meddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " this is *" good aj" or "the same a, Pearline." IT'S FALSE _ -_-> . ^s Pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline. do the honest thing — said it Ixtck. <~ JAMES PVLE, New YVxk. I J • ~^f— k \X7 r 'Cl "f*{— * -l_/V-> VT CH. \^s ULLMANTIC SPOOL For Sale by all SIX-CORD Leading Deaters. 34 Union Square, New York City, Aue. 3»t» After a series of tests at our Elizabcthportfactory, extending ever a period of several months, ive have decided to use the WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, believing it to be the best thread now in the market, and strangtf recommend it to all agents, purchasers and users of the Singer Afacktmics. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Pont spoil your Feet with CHEAP SHOES/ THE It to ihe Licit t. The man who tnlla yon coafldenrJaly Jnst what will core your cold Is prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In the preparation of this remarkable medicine for coughs and colds no expense Is spared to combine only the best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam to the light and look through It; notice the bright, clear look; then compare wlth.other renedle*. Price SOc. and $1. ' ' feod Sfotlr.r, On May 20th the Vandalia line will sell round trip home-seekers ei- cursion tickets io all points in the Southern, Southwestern and Western States. For rate* and other information call on or address J. C. EDQBWORTH, Tick»t Agent, Logansport. See that EVERY PAIR is STAMPED THE BURT & PACKARD "Korrect Shape," Don't allow YOUR dealer to palm off any substitute for the "Korrect Shape." as we have arranged t* supply anyoneln the United States who cannot get these goods of OCR agents, and prepay all iIuBiutl charges, thus bringing them to your door without, extra cost. The Burk & Packard "Korrect Shape" Sr>oes are made In lour grades, viz.. Hand-mad*, HaoddnR. Burtwelt and Machine Sewed, which Is stamped on the sole In addition to oui trade-mark abore Our agents should carry all grades in Congress, Button and Bal tor Gent's, Bojs and Tenths. PACKARD & FIELD (Soc»ssors to Bark* Packard), BroektOD, M3S6. OTTO A. KB AUS, LOGANSPORT A Chance for a Fortune Without TVart. Great curiosity was shown as to who was favored by Fortune in the Grand Monthly Draw- Ing of the Louisiana State Lottery at New Orleans on Tuesday (always Tuesday) April 15. Gen,ls G. T. Beauregard of La- and Jubal A. Early of Ta. as usual gave their personal attention to tlie entire distribution. Ticket Xo 2] .303 drew the First Capital Prize ot SSOO.Q.O. It was gold in twcnt'eths at $\M eseb. Oae was held by Mrs. M. Tandy. Xvack, X. Y. : and Jno. S. Lewis, MsrtUen. Conn.; one collected through First National Bank. Jersey City, X. J. ; one held by A. S. Anderson, Chicago. 111. one by Bell <£ Eysters Bank, Bank. Duluth, Minn.; one by Otis Edwards, Boston, Mass. ; one by :i Correspondent, Verdi. Xevada: one by PLllllp Reicliwein. Indianapolis. Ind.; one by Hlggs, Conway. Ark.: eta Ticket No. 27,994 drew the Second Capital Prize of $100,<XXi, also sold in twontieths. One to Mrs. Bernard Mann ing, 1014 Walnut St.. St. Lotus Mo.; one to James Forest. Philadelphia, Pa. ; one to Sletropolltian National Bank, Chicago. 111.; one to Richard Fitzpatrick, 318 Apple tit.. Peoria, 111.; one H. A. Vialle, Boston. Mass.: one to E. D. Osgood. Boston. Mass.; one to C. H. Thnl. Chicago. I1L ; one to Franklin Bank, St. Louis, Mo. ; one to Th"S. Carty, Cortland, N. Y.; etc. Ticket No. 41,669 drew the Third Capital Prize of $50,000 sold In twentieths. One to W. H. Durham, 224 So. Front St., Philadelphia. Pa. ; one to Anglo-Call- fomian Bank, San Francisco. CaL ; one to (i. Montgomery, 33 Bunker Building, Kansas City, Mo. : one to L. L. Saah, Chicago. 111. ; one to II. F. Tamer, Korbone, Mo.-, one to Alexander Co., National Bank, Cairo. 111. : one to B. B. Warden. 876 Dauphlne St.. New Orleans. La.; etc. Ticket Xo. 71 ,088 drew the Fourth Capital Prize of S25.UOO. It was sold In twentieths also, one to a Correspondent tiirough Wells Kargo i Go's. Bank, San Francisco. Cal. ; one to Mrs. CoL Grayson Tyler. Buckland, Na.; one to Third National Bank. Louisville, Ky.; one to Root. H. Dorsey. Station P. Cincinnati, Ohio; etc. All Information desired can be ha<J on application to M. A. Danphln, New Orleans, La. d'B Strengthening a«d .Rheumatic Flusters. Are a revelation to the World, and are the only Genuine Rheumatic Plasters. Nine-tenths of all troubles which require the aid of plasters are rheu matic in their nature. A change of weather or sudden draft causes a cold which develops into muscular and that into inflammatory rheumatism. And yet there has never been such a thing as a distinctly rheumatic and strengthening plaster, and hundreds have died suddenly where rheumatism has attacked the heart, whose lives inisht have been saved had this plaster been applied in season. They are constructed on purely scientific principals and are purely vegetable. Prepared by Rheumatic Syrup Co., Jackson, Mich. For sale by B. F Keesling. jan23deod&wly A Cure for Constipation and «*iek Headnehe. Dr. Silas Lane, while, In the Rocky Mountains, discovered a root that when combined tilth other herbs makes an easr and certain can fair const pa- uon. It Is In tbe form of dry roots and leaves. and t> known as Lane's Family Medicine. It will core sick-headache in one night. Tor the blood, liver and kidneys, and for clearing np the complexion It does wooden. Druggists sell It for 30 cents a packace. Sample tne. 3«od Preposterous. The word preposterous is literally applicable lo a state, of things in which the natural order is reversed, as when the cart gets before the horse. ' -Have you FOCH a wolf and a pack of dogs [;;.ss this way?" asked a hunter of a farmer. ••That's whitt."ans-a-ereil thefarmer; ••and gee whi?. wa'n't they goin*. though!" ••Good! How were they making-it?" "Wai. when they went by hers tb« WELLMAN'S CAS CARBURETOR Pat. Oct. I, 1880. A cold Carburetor which will enrich NATURAL GAS and produce a. 26 candle power gas, It will work at any temperature. and is absolutely safe. AG-E3STTS WAlSTTEI> For particular* address, FHE WELLMAN CARBURETM MANTTFACTURrNO OO., 26 WARREN ST. NKW YOBK.

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