Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 27, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 27, 1891
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D. B. PRYpR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS s A specialty. 516 E. Bpoaday st. Real Estate. FOP Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business'proporty. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition." And Johnson's Riverside Addition. •Vacant Lots, on Monthly Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. E. N. Talbott & Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway DR. W. D, SNOW, OFFICE and Residence over 201 Sycamore St. LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases o£ Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 27. Euchre prizes at the Bazaar. Beecham's.Pills cures sick head ache. d6t See the Bazaar's 48-cent counter for -euchre prizes. At McCaffrey's hall,' Wednesday evening, Silver Leaf Club dance. 1 A first-class shoe, hand sewed, for $5, at Elias Winter,' 506 Broadway. Premium sugar cured hams only 8J cents per pound, at McCaffrey & Co's. Dress goods and silks going off livelv. Low prices at the Trade Palace. . We are" in it, you bet, see our embroideries.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. Bought from Cape Cod; we offer cranberries 10 cents per quart.—Me. Caffrey & Co. If you want a bargain ia ladies muslin underwear, See Trade Palace- best goods made. Don't fail to see the Trade Palace for crashes, towels, napkins and table linens, DOW at bargains. SHILOH'S CURE will ^immediately relieve croup, 'whooping cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling - 8 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. ' Keesling " ! It is not commendable in you to pay 35 cents per quart for bulk oysters when McCaffrey & Co. charge but 25 cents. "And the band played," but we played with high prices and knocked them out.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by-that terrible cough. ' Shiloh's Cure- is the remedy for you. Sold by B. -F Keesling. .2 WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. '; . 7 .. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. ^Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. . • (6) These are very ' low prices, arn' they? Oranges 20 cents pa-;dozen lemons 15 cents per 'dozen, cocoanuts 5 cents each, at McCaffrey & Go's. Shirts, shurts, shurtz, schurts anc schurzs, spell it any way you can, bu' Patterson, the ' Haberdasher, can fi you, tor he has 21 different kinds o white shirts. Those who know its quality buj -Snow Ball" flour. Those who don' pay higher for another brand not so food. Why not know then when w< guarantee it?. Price, $2.50 per hun dred.—McCaffrey & Co. The ladies of the Market Street M E. Church will give a pie social a the home of R. M. Kistler, 1422^ E High street, Wednesday evening January 28, A program has been prepared, interspersed with amusing tableaux. - Everybody invited. as JLeonard-El>y Wedding From the London, Ontaria, Free 'ress we take the following, which will nterest Dr. Leonard's friends in this ity. Roann, Ind., Clarion, Jan. 16, 1891. This wedding, which was duly celebrated at the home of the bride at 2 o'clock p. in., of January 8th, 1891, was an occasion of considerable interest to many persons in this communi- y. The groom, H. Z. Leonard, U. S. lonsul to London, Ontario, is well i-nd favorably known here, having or- •anized the Christian church at this place some fourteen years ago and mving subsequently paid frequent -isits to the congregation, always jringing good cheer. The bride, Mrs, S. B: Eby, is a most excellent Chrisian lady, known by many, and loved by all who know her— much praised is a Sunday school and church-worker. \'o wedding was made, but the popu- arity of these good people brought ogether about 40 guests. . When the ;uests, the minister and the hour arrived, the guests arranged in the parlor to witness the marriage, which vas solemnized by Professor E, E. iogers, who also poses as minister of the Gospel,- after which hearty congratulations and well wishes were xtended by each guest. After an lour of social enjoyment the happy company was led into the dining hall where they were royally dined, only Mrs. Eby can entertain. About 'our o'clock the company took leave of the happy couple, who started the same evening to their present home in London, where we are informed they arrived next afternoon, bearing with them the esteem and good wishes of many of Indiana, and meeting a royal reception by the people of London. Mrs. Eby was teacher of an infant class of the Christian Sunday school of this place, and the bride's cake was left uncut, and by her request was, on the next Sunday morning-presented by the Superintendent to her class of children, who were invited to meet at his house at 3 p. m. to eat the cake. Seventeen children came and ate the case, and after an hour's enjoyment bade each other good night and separated for the evening. NOTE— The friends of Dr. Leonard in this city, who are both numerous and influential, join, heartily in congratulating him upon securing so estimable a partner in life. The worthy American- consul has already well established himself -in the good opinion of the people here, socially and commercially, by his careful official- habits and genial manners, and it is to be hoped that his gifted oratory will long be permitted to enliven our public meetings. To Mrs. Leonard the ladies of our good city will extend a hearty welcome: and do all that they can to make her residence with us agreeable. Willie Cap Prosecution. The trial of what is known -as the Scatterfield "white cap 1 ' cases will come up this week at Anderson. During July of last year, while James Cox was officiating as road supervisor in the Scatterfield district he undertook to enforce the stock law, and twenty disguised men surrounded his home and served written notice that he must desist or take the consequences. Mr. Cox recognized the hand-writing as belonging to Harrou Richardson. Soon after he resigned and was succeeded by a man named Stanley, 'who also attempted to 'enforce the stock- law. In consequence the "white cappers" raided his farm, breaking up the machinery and committing other tresspasses, and they also served Meredith' Stanley, jr.. the same way, , The Stanleys .thereupon caused the indictment of Richardson, as well as Strangerman Stinson, James Kirby, Peter Rector, jr., and Jacob Rector. There is a bitter feeling all around, and the cases will be strongly prosecuted and defended. STATE OF OHIO, CITT or TOLEDO, I ss _ FSASK J. CBBOTSY makes oath that he_ Is the senior partner ot the llrm ol F- J. CHKNEY.& Co.. do?n| harness In the City ol Toledo, County and state atorsald and that said 11rm will pay tne fumot ONE HUNCHED DOLLARS for each and "very case ol CaUrrh that cannot be-cured by the use OiHALL'SCATABBHCUHK.^ j_ ^^ Sworn to before me and subscribed. in my presence, this Gth day of Notary Public. | SEAL I Hall's Catarrh Cure Is'taken Internally and act directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thesysten, ^nd^r t^nlals^ee ^^ Q 53?~Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Catarrh , Hay or Rose Fever. The cleansing, soothing and healing properties of Darbys . Prophylactic Fluid are experienced in the treatment and cure of Catarrh and kindred complaints. The Fluid soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and removes the offensive" odor that characterizes the disease. Should" the inflammation have reached the throat use the. Fluid as a gargle to allay the inflammation and to disinfect. . . toSl MILKOAD RUMBLINGS. Item* from tlio Mote-Book of Our Railway Reporter—Point* Pcr- NOiial mid OtIicrwiNe. Theodore Sample has been granted a well deserved pension by Uncle Sam. Sam Johnston, the Pan Handle conductor departed 1 for Pittsburg yesterday, to attend a meeting- of the advi- y board, Pennsylvania Relief Fund association. The Chicago- and Erie strike was erminated Saturday by the uith drawal by Train dispatcher Scott of lis claim for reinstatement. Other grievances of a minor nature were iatisfaetorily settled and the strike vas declared off.. 1 The Brotherhood of Locomotive tYemen of Indianapolis are making extra efforts to- have their annual re- :eption and grand ball on Wednesday evening, in Masonic Hall, a pleasant occasion. A number of the fraternity 'rom other points will be in attend- ince. Camden Expositor-. C. W. Wright and wife spent Sunday in Logansport .... Miss Etta Finch came down from -ogansport Saturday.. . .Mr. Emmet Jones of Logansport. spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Cooper . .Miss Gertrude Ray, of Logansport was .visiting relatives and friends a few days last week....Rus Herman has been transferred from Crawfordsville to Logansport, Mr. 0. P. She- droa having resigned his position as lineman of this division .... Miss Myrtle Gardner entertained a number of her young friends last Friday evening in honor of Miss Ray of Logan- iport. Modern Miracle*. A singer lor breath was distressed, "And the doctors all said, she must rest,But siie took G. SI. D. For her weak lungs, you see, And now she can sing with the best. An iithlete gave out, on a run, And he feared his career was quite done; G. M.D., pray observe, Gave back his lost nerve, And now he can lift hall a ton. A writer who wrote for'a prize, Had headaches and pain in the eyes; G. M. D. was the spell That made him quite well. And glory before him now lies. These are only examples of the dally triumphs of AT. Pleice's Golden Medical Discovery, In re- itorlng health and reviving wasted vitality. Sold by all druggists. . A Washington special to the Indianapolis Journal says: "The society columns of all the local newspapers to-day reviewed the reception held by Mrs.. Owen, wife of the Logansport Congressman, on Wednesday last, at the Ebbitt. It is described as one of the largest and most fashionable receptions held here during the season. Mrs. Own was a guest with Mr. Owen at the last Cabinet dinner, and has bean shown unusual attention at the White House' receptions this month." Wheatiand street church is on the boom. Last evening the attendance was so' great, not near all could get in that desired. Not even standing room could be had. Quite a number have been added to the church. The Sunday school had an attendance of 219 Sabbath afternoon. The members ba- gin to realize that they have to secure more room to accomodate the public and are taking steps to build a more commodious and handsome church house. ___ Bio Wreck Ashore Was ever more hopelessly stranded' than a wrecked constitution, whether its disaster be the product of some formidable malady, or that slow. premature decay that seems to fasten upon some constitutions without apparent adeauate cause. An excellent means ot checking this gradual drain of the sources of vitality Is the beneficent tonic, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which promotes digestion, enriches the blood and gives substance as well as stamina to an enfeebled frame. Constipation, feebleness o£ the kidneys and bladder, fever and ague and rheumatism, are among the bodily aliments which it remedies promptly and thoroughly. Persistence. In its use is well merited by It. to2l) lookout forXlicni. A gang of men' are 'operating a painting swidle in Owen and Greene counties. A proposition' is made to the farmer to paint the roof of. his house for $5, which is readily accepted, and when the work' is done a bill is presented for $5 for the work as agreed upon, and " also for forty gallons of. paint at $1.50. per gallon. Many farmers have been fleeced out of $60 to $70. . ' Come to-day and get a pair of those undressed kid gloves, both lace and button, at 53 cents, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher.' : Kl>* Small B Wilbur F. Story, who afterward became famous as editor and publisher of the Chicago Times, in July, 1841, was the editor and publisher of the Mishawaka Tocsin. The life^of" the Tocsin was short and its columns gave no index to the "nose for news' 1 for which -Story was afterward dLttin quished. There will be Christian Science meeting- at the Universalist .'Church this (Tuesday) evening to explain ' the principle and precepts of Christian Science. Questions given and answerd. Every one will be cordially greeted who attend this meeting. Patterson, theHaberdasher,,is going to whoop 'em up this week again PERSONAL AMD IMPERSONAL. '—Dr. Johnson was seated in the midst of a large dinner party. He inadvertently placed in his mouth a hot potato, jut, suddenly ejecting it, he turned to iie hostess with this remark: "Madam, a fool would have burned himself!"' —Jackson, mainly through the piety of Ms wife, became a Presbyterian, and after her death became a communicant. On his land near the Hermitage he built church, and spent much money in supplying its pulpit with preachers. —This was the bill of fare at the Queen's table at which a gentleman was commanded to dine lately: Hotch poteh. Fillets of Solos. Wliiting Poult. Fried Whitings. Chicken Croquettes. Collared Vciil In Jelly. Cold Chicken. Tongue. Cold Beef. Venison. Boast Goose. Babus en Elinm. Compote of Fetiches. Clicesc Straws. —Lady Florence Dixie, swell-known London advocate of dress reform, wears Indoors a white flannel blouse or shirt with tartan kilts just covering the knees, and long- tartan hose. Her shoes tiave silver buckles, and her bodice is a Loose shooting- jacket. Her hair is short and wavy and full of threads of gold, tier complexion fresh and brilliant, and her features pleasing. Every one knows she rides a cross saddle in a short divided skirt partially covering high riding boots. —It is related that a famous college professor was in a book store one day deeply engaged in a search for a particular book. There were many customers present, and" before leaving, he shook hands with a few friends. Last of all he extended his hand to a sweet- faced lady, saying: "Good morning, madam. Your face look very familiar, but I am unable to recall your name." Absorbed in thought, lie pa'ssed out without awaiting- the ludy's reply. Slie was his wife. —Ontheforeiing-erof Chauncey Depevr may be seen an old ring which has been often commented upon. It is one of those mystic German rings which was given him by one of the nobility while abrc.id. Composed of three separate bands, it parts slightly in the middle when the fingers are bent. The outside is perfectly plain and is set with, ruby and amethyst. Upon pressing- these stones, a spring opens and discovers the surface covered with magical signs and names of spirits. —Indoor tennis is one of the popular winter sports. . It has been discovered that nothing builds up the figure like handling a racket, hence all the girls are playing tenais "fit to kill" in' both rain and shine. The costume for indoor tennis is more abbreviated than was possible for out-door work. A Jersey blouse, skin-tight as far down as the waist, and a copious Jersey flannel skirt, with all-wool stockings and cork- soled shoes, are worn for this glorious in-door pastime. The costumes are made -somewhat warmer to induce perspiration, as that is the best factor in producing a good complexion. . —It is queer that the moderately well-to-do families of New York do not understand the beauty of candle light as a' dinner accompaniment. There is not a stylish hotel in Europe that does not grace its tables with candles safely shaded with, colored hoods, and in most of the great houses of the ricli the charm of this form of decoration has long been appreciated. It is not necessary to buy silver or plated candelabra; in fact, they have -a vulgar look unless they are heirlooms. Nothing for the purpose is so pretty as single candlesticks of Austrian make or the French goods that are made with three branches for the lights.—N. Y. Sun. TEARS NOT ALWAYS IDLE. They Serve In Keeping; the Eyes In Good Condition. The use of tears is not generally appreciated, even by those who shed them most freely- It is assumed that tears are shed only occasionally as an expression of grief, though, tears of joy are not wholly unknown. This, however, is a mistake, for the discharge of tears is continuous, and the flow of moisture from the lachrymal glands serves as a very beautiful provision of nature. An immense quantity of fine dust is always floating in the" air, aud though this is impalpable to the vision, it would soon obscure the sight if allowed to remain in the eyes. The continuous flow of moisture from the lachrymal glands is sufficient to keep the eyeballs clear from this, accumulation of dust, but when any grit, insect or smoke gets into the eyes it so affects the nerves as to cause an extra flow of fears to clear it away. Tears are thus involuntary, and may be caused by any pungent vapor, such as arise from acids or the odor, of onions.- The chief element in the . composition of a tear is water, but with water is associated minute proportions of salt, soda, phosphate,of lime, phosphate of soda, and mucus; and when seen under the microscope a tear after evaporation looks like a very small fishbone, owing-to -the salines forming , themselves into lengthened crosslines. —Newcastle Chronicle. .[nuian "Decorative Art. When the Sioux go on the warpath, in any.'thing- like reasonable weather, they exercise great economy in dress. They paint their ponies with red and black paint in crosses. They also weai their hair, loose and flowing and put a liberal allowance of red and black painl on their faces. Decorative art prevails largely iu their make-up. Bugs, rep-, tiles and animals,; as nearly as . the rudely artistic mind of the Sioux can contrive, are painted on their foreheads and chins, while a cross of red and black paint adorns each cheek.—Denver Republican.. ' • —Her Father—"You say young Hankinson wants to marry you?" "He does, papa." "Does he know I haven't a cent to give you?" "Yes. _He says he wants me for myself alone." "H'm 1 Has he known you long, 'Mandy?" "0, yes. Years and years." "Then he's a bigger fool than I want in my family.' —Chicago Tribune. I am. laden witl? Frorri fy&golden To lanob across Sea. I carry sweet hope (LAUS 50AP, As a c&rgo ^ clear as c&n be. LAUS Made only by . CHICAG& A5K YOUR GROCER FOR IT ASSEMBLY PARK. <Uii:u-aut«<!K of the Success of Hie Project. Alexander Hardy $21000 John K. Johnson 2Ul 00 George Hulgh }°0 '£ J.P.Webster 100 00 Martin Blfgl) 100 00 George B. Forgy IOC| 00 Jehu Elliott .'..-. 100 00 Mrs.D. C. Elliott 100 00, Will M. Elliot 75 00 Harry Elliott '5 00 Henry Tucker .,.- '••••• 100 00 W H. Snider (verbal) 10» 00 E. S. Elce &Son {verbal) 200 (JO Send names and amounts to Weldon P. Webster. Something: Xcw lit Corn— New Kiln Dried Corn Meal. This process^retains all the sweets and nutriments of the corn. It is this process that has, given Kentucky and Virginia its great reputation for corn meal. To be had at the leading groceries. We are also manufacturing pure whole wheat flour. This is also on sale at all the leading groceries in one-eighth barrel packages. There is more nutrition in this flour than in any other made. We are now prepared to grind corn for feed in any quantities - "declld&wtf D. &C. H. UHL. DR. J.' MILLER & SONS — Gents: I can speak in the highest praise of your Vegetable Expectorant. I was told by my physician that I should never be better; my case was very alarming. I had 'a hard cough, difficulty in breathing^and had been spitting blood. at times lor six weeks. I commenced using the Expectorant and got immediate relief in breathing. I soon began to get better, and in a short time I was entirely cured, and I now think my lungs are "sound. — Mrs. A. E-. Turner. dec7d&w6m Kandolph, Mass. Ho«_Hard any druggist tries to sell you his own cough medicine, remember he does it because he makes more money on it Insist on having Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, for there is no cough remedy so pure and none so quick to break up a cold. For in fluenza, soreness of the throat and tickling irritation with constant cough Kemp's Balsam is an immediate cure. Large bottles 50 cents and $1, At all druggists. . eod She Suffered for Fifteen Years. My wife has suffered for fifteen years from' congestion and painful menstruation. After using three bottles of Bradfield's Female Regulator she is 'now able to do her house work and go where she pleases. J. W. DAVIS, Moravian Falls N. C. ' Write Bradfleld Reg.' Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. • to31 C.TL. S. C. Roll Call— Quotations from Milton.. Regular lesson in English History and English Literature the last two weeks of outline in January Chatac- quan. . Paper— Con tern po ra neous History, Rev. W. H. 'Marsh. Meets Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock at Miss V. Knowlton's, 128 Eel River avenue. Old Clotliius Wanted.. We will be at the North Street House for the 'next five days. Will pay the highest price for cast-off clothing, old gold aud silver. All orders promptly attended to. Call on or address.- ' PAN AM A* BEOS., , ; janSSdSt' North St. House. Eat Candy if you will use SOZ'ODONT right away in order to carry oil its injurious effects upon the teeth. All candy- eaters should carry SOZODOXT with them, if they wish to keep their teeth sound. ______ to81 M. J. Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole agent for Schlite' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for • family, use. jan22dlmo A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring 1 you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case. when ( Gused for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest,, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon.' Trialbottles.free at B". F. Keeping's Drugstore. _ to81 A SAD' AXD A JOYOUS SCENE.—If there is anything under the sun that will make an angel red around the eyes it is,to see a near-sighted "bachelor trying to thread a needle. One of the most joyous scenes is to witness the rejoicing of the little family over the recovery of father or mother who has been restored to health by the US<^A of Dr.. White's Dandelion after the doctor had said their was no hope i recevery. Such scenes are of frequeo't occurance wherethis medicine is,usecL B. F. Keesling & D. E.Pryor. to3l Husband and (Wife Have more than-once been saved by the timely use of Kemp's Balsam lor the throat and lung's,-' after all other remedies have been tried .; in vain. The Balsam stops decay of the lungs and cures influenza and acute and chronic coughs. There is no other medicine in the world that acts so promptly, certainly none that does its. work so "thoroughly as Kemp's balsam- All druggists sell it. Large bottles 50c. and $1. e°d Ten days, remember only ten days, we offer not old remnants but new- spring- styles of wall paper and mould- ings, 'not at cost, but at prices that will be to your advantage to buy—we mean business. Sale commence Monday January 26, at the Logansport Wall Paper Co. . janSWSt .Notice. Any subscriber failing to* receive .his paper regularly and promptly will please report this fact to me at this office. HESTRY F. Jox. Circulator. For Sole «ud Deliver}'. Pure timothy hay for horses, and clover and timothy, mixed, for cowe. orders at my office. novlSdtawtf D. D. DYKEMAN For rent, several desirable bouses Apply to C. E Hale. " no?4:dtf We believe J™ have thorough contracts verifying their fulfillment all j the 1 gined ™ , experience CO. . faciHttes ' & departments offer Advertising successful Diirpail c business; DUlCdU, ing » quipped far 2ss, t comprehensive Spruce * P* St., the most convenient system. Ynrfr of • lOllL advertfainB the a Cottoaa. COMPOUND ,. >i*>mDosed of Cotton'Root. Tangy an* a- Pennyroyal—a recent discovery or M •old physieiana Is «uccw«/u«W «**£,. morwuy—Safe,':EffectujLJ .Price $1, JOy.jnfn.ji aealed. .Xadlei, wit your dnwgirt for Cotton Boot Compound and take no root. OT inolo«e2Btainpifor Beal«dT)»rtlonlari. drew POND LltY COMFASY. No. 8 1 Block, 131 Woodward ave., Detroit, Mian*

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