Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 4, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 4, 1891
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a \\ D. B. PRYOR The Druggist handles the purest drugs which the market produces.— PRESCRIPTIONS' A specialty. S16 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. Far Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business property. 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 Bio 3k, Broadway DR. W. B. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence over 201 Syciimoro St. LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. Dally Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 4. Read our advertisement.—Golden Rule. Beecham's Pills cures sick head ache. ' d6t Grand ball at the rink Thursday evening. One-fourth off—all cloaks, at the Golden Rule. Be sure and see the bargains in cloaks now.—Trade Palace. Warm flannel shirts and at cut prices to sell them, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. See the bargains now in -velvets Thursday, from 10 a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m.—Trade palace. Hereafter the rink will be/open for ^katicg only on .Monday, ..Wednesday and Saturday nights. /'" feb4d5t Dr. A. G. Miller, , -of South Bend, will be at the Murdock Hotel Thurs diy and Friday of''this week. '.Enjoy yourself in your own sweet way by dancing the "Moonlight Waltz" at the riiik Thursday evening. Mr. ^.'R- Gibberdleft yesterday for Urbana", Ohio,, to attend the funeral of his sister-in-law, Miss Dottie Chappie. . SHILOH'S Cons will immediately relieve croup, whooping" cough and bronchitis. Sold by B. F. Kees ling - 8 M. J- Bligh, No. 305 Market street is the sole agent forSchlitz' celebrated Milwaukee bottled beer for family use. . jan22dlmo THAT HACKING COUGH can be so 'quickly cured by Shilob.'s Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by B. F. Keesling" . - ! Patterson, the Haberdasher, is making, cheap prices on wool hosiery just at the time you need them. Come to-day. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. 2 Don't freeze yourself ,when you can buy underwear and' gloves at such reasonable prices, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. WHY wiii rou cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Sold by B. F. Keesling. . . 7 Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells; .etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's ,. (5) Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual • weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. ,( 6 ) The Chosen Friends will give the grandest ball of the season; enjoy yourself by dancing all you can. before Lent, at the rink Thursday evening. ... Don't put off until this afternoon what you can do this morning; come and buy a pair of wool stockings at 18 cents, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Tlic Xato W. H.' Thompson. Nashville American: The funeral of W. H. Thompson, who died at his home, No. 221 Marks street, Wednesday morning at 6 o'clock, was., conducted from McNeilly Presbyterian church yesterday a.fternoon at 1 :80 o'clock, Rev. G. A. Trenholm, D. D-, officiating. At the time of his death Mr. Thompson was 58 years old. He was born at Crawfordsville, Ind., and was the second child of Jas. and Mariah Hall Thompson. His father was pastor and was one of the founders of Wabash College, now one of the noted colleges of Indiana. It. is stated that on founders' day he and others kneeled in the snow on the present site, then an unbroken forest, and invoked the divine blessing-. A son of the senior Thompson is now Treasurer of the college, while another was professor of Latin and librarian until his death, in 1884. Dr. Wm. Thompson, an uncle of the deceased, was a missionary in the Holy Land for many years, and is the author of the popular work in missionary and theological circles called '•The Land and the Book." A sister resides in Minnesota and another in Indiana. Mr. Thompson joined the church when quite young, and was a consistent Christian throughout his life. He enlisted in the Ninth Minnesota at the time of the Sioux outbreak in 1862, and continued with this regiment during its term of service; he was a made a member of the 'Masonic Order in 1809, joining Man- fcato lodge in Minnesota, He .has been living in Nashville for nine years. He was united in marriage Oct. 12, 1874, with Susie V. .Gemmell of Logansport lad., who survives him. A Hnrd Corner. , The age of 30 is a hard corner for a woman to turn, and 35 is still harder. She feels that she is fast leaving her youth behind her. But there is no reason why a woman should be faded and passe at 85, or even at 45. The chief cause of the early fading of American women is found In the fact that many of them suffer from some form of female weakness or disease which robs the face of its bloom, draws clark circles around the eyes, brings early wrinkles and sallowness, and. stamps the face and figure with signs of ill-health.. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will cure all these troubles, will bring back the lost bloom, and remove the pains and ailments which make women grow old before their time. Guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case, or price ($1.00) refunded. Peru Journal, Monday: John Harlan went to Logansport this afternoon '. . . .James Tyner of Logansport, spent Sunday with his friends here. . . .Mrs. Ellen Search returned to Logansport this morning after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Brenton .... John Holland and Jim Murphy came- up from Logansport yesterday afternoon and spent the evening with their young lady friends . . . .Ed Lang, John loung. John Coyle. jr., and Will Hassett spent Sunday in Logansport. There seems to be considerable attraction at Logansport for these 1 " young men. Broadway M. E. Ohurch Revival. Notwithstanding the intense cold last night a good sized crowd assembled to . hear the eloquent and forcible presentation of Gospel truth by Rev. M. Swadener. He speaks from the heart and reaches the hearts of the people. A cumber desired to become followers of Christ and an after service was conducted for their benefit. Several are reported to have been saved at the afternoon meeting. These meetings, both afternoon and evening will be continued during the week and all are invited to be present. Beware of Ointm outs for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury w'll surely destroy the sense of smell and completfly derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Sucti articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten' lold to the good you can posslhlj derive from them.. Hall's Catarrh Cure, munufuctured by F, J. Cneney a Co., Toledo, O. contains no mercury, and . Is taken internally, and acts directly upon the system. In buying Ha 1's Catarrh Cure ue sure you net the genuli e. It Is taken Internally, and made In Toledo, Ohio, byF. J. Cheney & Co. Druggists, price 7oc. per bottle. . Fort Wayne Journal: H. J. Seibold, manager of the Keller Medicine Works, will leave 'to-day for Philadelphia in the interest of the business. During his absence Mrs. Seibold will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C.Eastwood , at--Logansport. Sotlcc— Logan Council No* SI.- All members. in good standing are requested to meet at their hall this (Wednesday) regular night, as there is business of importance to -attend to-, The date of the Painters and Decorators' dance is Tuesday, February 10. Don't fail to attend ' this dance, as it will be the nicest of the season. febldlOt No mirror ever yet threw back A more repulsive sight, Than teeth that are decayed and black; Or one more pure and bflgHt Than rows ol pearls, that all may vaunt Who put tnelr faith in SOZODTNT. to8 \ •ijjg' the / fling ir' a . $100 RE FOR PROOF Of the Concealment of a Single Garrnent.jJBoot or Shoe. Everything Will be Sold as Advertised, WITHOUT RESERVE, Our celebrated stiff hats, formerly $3, reduced lo $1.50; now 81.00 All our Scarfs, Tei k, Puffs and4-ln-hand formerly 50 and 75c, now 25 Suspenders 10 and 15 Linen Collars 5 Linen Cuffs ' 15 REVOLUTION On Ladle's Shoes. All of our Edwin C. Burts, Black Gowtel and D. Armstrong & Co.'s S7, <fi>Q Tft $0.50, §5,35.50and $. r > Shoes, now <C>P. I <J All of our same make, $4,75, $L504£i) OK and S4 Shoes, now ^jp^.Ou/ All Of our §3.50 and S* Shoes All at our S3.75 find $2.58 Shoes OM All of our $2.25 and $2 Shoes ffl> 1 <J K All of our 31.75 and $1.58 Shoes Q>1 OA MEN'S SHOES. Hurt's and tlie Otto's best quality French calf, sirlcHy hiind-sewed; sold Sb/l rjfi everywhere at $7.50 and S7 W TC . / U Burl's and. Otto's strictly hand- sewed Cordovan, Calf and Kangaroo fl» A Of\ Shoes; sold everywhere at $G t|P Hb.OtJ All of our 85 and $6 Patenl-leather, qg 9 Af) cork sole, Shoes cjpt_>;ri\J All of our SI and $4.50 Kangaroo dj>f Shoes " ' All of our 83.50, S3.26 and $3 Shoes All of our S2-75 and S2.50 Shoes (j> 1 Op. All of our S2.25 and $2 Shoes ^150 ea jT, A fe^rases of Men's Heavy Boots: ($; were Boys Overcoats AND SUITS A^es 14 to 18 Tears. o Former prices$5, S<3, $7; m'lld winter<frO <~/f\ price only <$><J.liJ lOQHinhArt Boys' Overcoats and Suits (tine enough for rich men's children), formerly sold up to $1U;( mild winter prlra ' 1, Mfl Pair of Regular 75c Knee Pants mild winter price only A Q ttt/ Good All-Wool and Casslmere Pants In Stripes, Checks and Haids, neatly made. Former prices, S3.5S and $1.00 Jancy Chevolt and Casslmere Pants, strong, t,tyllsh and well fitting. Formerly sold at $2.50, $3, and S3.60. To Revplutionize^SeasoDs! To change February, the dullest month in the commercial year into the Busiest, We will do it, NO MATTER HOW GREAT THE SACRIFICE. That part of the community who are our regular patrons will appreciate our STARTLING OFFER. FOR $15.00 CASH, Choice of any Suit or Overcoat in our store, no matter what style, including our magnificent Tailor-Made suits and oversoats, worth $25.00, $22.50, $20.00, Prince Albert, Cutaway, Sack and Frock suits, satin lined Kersey (all shades), Worsteds, the best cloth, silk lined and Elysian fur Beaver overcoats. FOR $10.00 CASH, Same make and description of suits and overcoats, the famous black Cheviot Suits Corkscrews Plain & Fancy Double & Single Breast Hairlines pure wool, worth §16.50 §15.00 $14.00 $12.00 10.00 FOR $4 and $6 CASH, Also Similar Styles of above but "of course" superior quality STILL WORTH. DOUBLE. This plan of doing business MAKING BUSINESS is done in the large cities to reduce Stock and keep the large force of clerks employed.. We Do it to Raise Money, Being Heavily Overstocked And expect to get our reward in new trade who appreciate our sacrifice. Flannel Shirts for men Scarlet Underwear for men '•' St Matural Wool Underwear for men, worth JL IK Odd Shirts and Drawers worrb 50 and 75 cte. *S Blue Overalls *• Jeans Pants, lined, 3 Dollar Pants . ' • *' Boys'Suit Dep't Here's your opportunity to clothe your bo/s ^ort spring, at a great saving In price., .This wr jj only we offer a big line ol. boys' all-Wool Kc Pants Suits, worth $G. $5.50aiid$5, lor $3.8O Sizes. 4 to 14 CHILDREjS'S-SDltfi Cheaper than Ever Before. WO children's Suits, strong, durable, and nicely made,, ages from 4 to uajl ffl years, true value anywhere$3.50, mlld^iPA. • ^ winter price SHIRTWAIST SAL] This week we offer "fllty dozen Boy's Waists, and Blouses worth BOc, at just half 25e, each. Sizes 4 to 13. Gentlemen's TrSij Choice of any Pant 0 In our house. Imp. Cheviots, Fancy Worsteds, Cassl-1 meres, made -In the best possible manner. Former price and genuine I value, $7, $8,-89, $10. Choice at All our Elegant Dress Pants, finest fabrlis, carefully made—eaual to merchant tailors' $6 and 87 Pants, Good heavy and Extra Strons Work- Ing Pants, In neat patterns,, surprls- j>/ innly nice for the price. ivjis Real value and usual price up to ,'?-¥»; $2.25 • v^j >r v OTTO KRATTS, Of Cour Who Else Has Got the Nerve. :" Notice. One hundredjjcarpenters wanted immediately. Call at No. 225 Fourth street, third floor, any Monday evening at .7 p. m. on or before March 2, 1891, to'join the Carpenters'Union at §2.50 for initiation fee, as the fee will be raised to $5 on and after that date. By order of Carpenters' and Joiners' Union.No. 744. J. L. KILBOK.V, Pres't. SETH WEEDEN, Rec. Sec'y. janSldStawlm SCIENCE HELPLESS.—All doctors agree that to enjoy' good health the. mind must be kept in a cheerful condition, but .no doctor on earth can give a man-point's .that will make him joyous when'his,collar don't fit, and in this connection it is very fitting to -emark that Dr. White's Pulmonaria has brought joy and gladness to thousands of homes by its wonderful cures of loved ones who had been given up to die of consumption. Sold by B. F. Keesling and D. E. Pryor. ' to8 For-ale., The two. farms formerly owned by Robert MeMHlenv deceased, situated in Noble township, the one,.'one mile and the other two miles northwest of Logansport. Terms-reasonable. ..For EgDUlars inquire .-of R. M. McMiilen on. the-'premises. . . . , " : R. M. McMiLLEtf, W. S. STEWAKT, a • Executors. febld4tltaw For rent, several desirable houses Apply to C. E Hale. nov4dtf DK. J. MILLEK & 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 for 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 'sojmd.—Mrs. A. E- Turner. dec7d&w6m Randolph, Mass. Von Wl»o X*ea«l Sedentary Lives will find great relief from constipation, headache and nervousness, .by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is a simple, harmless, vegetable compound, sure to relieve you. Persons of sedentary habits often suffer with kidney affections . If they would maintain .the strength of- the digestive organs and improve'tho quality of the blood by taking the Regulator it would .restore the kidneys to .health and vigor. tp8 I>o You Cough? Don't delay. Take.-Kemp s Balsam the best cough'cure. It will cure your coughs .and colds. It will cure sore throat or a tickling in the throat. It will cure pains in the chest. It will cure influenza and bronchitis ' and all diseases pertaining to. the lungs be-, cause it is a pure balsam. Hold it to the light and see how clear and thick it is. You will see tbe excellent effect after taking tba'first dose. Large bottles 50c. and $1. x eod Notice. The public is hereby notified that I, .from to-day, refuse to manufacture the "Snow Ball" flour for M. McCaffrey & Co. In a few days I will have my own "genuine Snow Ball flour sacks," you can then, I est assured that you will get the original Bucher- genuine Snow Ball flour, the best flour in. the market. A trial will convince those who have not used it. In the meantime, this same flour can be had at the various groceries in the Bucher New'Deal sacks. . EDMUKD BUCHER, Forest Mills. Loganspbrt, Ind., Jan. 26, 1891.- ' jan28d6twlt A Real Onlwuni IN Jtcinp'x Balmam The dictionary says "A Balsam is 'a thick, pnre aromatic sobstance flowing from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs;is the only cough medicine that is a veal balsam. Many thin, watery cough remedies are called balsams, but such are .not. Look through a bottle of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure, thick preparation it is. If you cough .use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists': Large,bottles 50c. and $1. • eod \Vorl«xl Like A Charm. Bradfield's Female Regulator worked like a charm; improvement been won- .derful; cannot express my gratitude. Wish every lady afflcted would try it. I know it would cure them. • Mrs. Lul'a A. Long, Spring Grovo, Fla; Write The Bradfield Regulator Co.,'' Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. toS The Painters and Decorators' ball at the rink, Tuesday, Feb. 10. febldlO [Remarkable Kencne, Mrs. Michael Curtasn, Plain 111., makes the statement caught cold, which settled on] lungs; she was treated for a niont' her family physician, but grew He told her bhe was a hopelessi-vjj of consumption and that no me could cure her. Her " drujfgi8fe| gested Dr. King's New T Consumption; she bought a to her delig-ht found herself, from first dose. She conti| and after taking- ten t herself sound and well, own housework and ISAI ever was. Free trial bottS Great Discovery-at B. F. Kee Draff Store, large battles $1.00. Soinotiling New til Corn— Xcvr Dried Corn Meal. .;.• This -process retains all the swe and nutriments of the corn. It ig^i process that has given Kentucky ' Virginia its great reputation for.) meal. To be had at the leading\< ceries. We are also manufactut pure whole wheat flour. This is i on sale at all the leading groceriiai one-eighth barrel packages. The* more nutrition in this flour 1" any other made. We are no* pared to grind corn for feed -" quantities declld&wtf D. & C- H. J - • • • Xo NctTOun Debilitated *«•„ If you will send us your address,, .you onr Illustrated pamphelet expla Dr. Dye's Celebrated £lectro-yoltalc3 pllancea, and thelrctarmlng effectsnp vous debilitated system, and bow tber.v restore you to vigor and manhood.,^ tree. H you are thus affllctedri belt and appliances on trail VoLT^io 1

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