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February 10, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle- of Pineapple Cough Syrup, at F. M. B. A. A History ol' Tlllton Towiislilp Lodges K. M. B. A.—Two Stroiis: We-have repleHishefl our stock ol Modern Cooking Utensils, And you will now be able to find a com. plete assortment at The Grand Bazaar, ";;• -307, 4tn St. • Slop'.iff, "if Only to Look. FREE REIBING ROOM, Open Dally and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome'.toIAll. MONEY TO LOAN, n any mm si tie LOWEST rates. Private tnoiSl only. Money alwsye In hand. No red tnpeordt- lay. Inl»re»t and principal payable In Lofiaut- port. Sp«olal arrangements ae to payment of principal and Interest, made to Bolt the wlsbee o( Borrower. For further parHoolars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth ,. street, opposite Court House. MONEY, General Insurance Rod Loinn. AH klnde of in- incanoe plaoM ID nrst clans companies. Endowment policies pnrobised. Bonds of suretyaL. written tor parties holding posltteca of trnsi •lore a bond 18 required. 319 PEARL, ST. S. M. C loss on ''STOP THE SALE!" <>wiiorK of tl>e Old CnniU Bed Ktijoiii the Sale of. tine Same Cor Tim:*. The annual tax sale from the sieps of the Court House passed off yesterday as such sales usually do, save for a slight interruption in the shape of an injunction served on the city by E. H. Shirk, et al., owners of the old canal bed. As is known the old canal is notoriously ia debt for taxes, and the owners'thereof are frantically seeking some way of avoiding the payment of this debt. The county sale went off all right, the delinquency on the canal in the county amounting- to §1,763.95 being bid in by D. D. Dykeman, but a halt was called on the city proceeding- with its part of the sale of the property. An injunction was filed in the circuit court against ;City Treasurer Brookmeyer, enjoining him from selling that part of the canal bed which meanders, thaough^ the city. The case was set for a heating last evening at 7 O'clock, but at that time was continued until to-day. It is understood that a change of venue will be demanded. At any rate the owners of the old canal property have succeeded in stopping the sale for awhile. THE CITY'S NEW WATER. Bright, Sparkling, Healthf«iI,RefreHl>- nK, Invigorating Sjirliis \Vater in the CItr'K Mains. • MONEY TO LOAN! And;Nptes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO.B.FORGY. decl3d&w6m Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING. FEB. 10. See the--beautiful neckwear that Patterson, the-Haberdasher, is closing out/ This is-just the time to buy your shirts, and Patterson, the Haberdasher, is the jnan'to fit'you. •' Hams, the best sugar cured, un- anvassed, 8J cents per pound, at Me Caffrey's. Many others would charge you Hi cents. ; . . !.: We gdarntee Snow Ball.flour in our , •, pink sacks equal to any flour made. Well, bring it back if it don't suit you.—McCaffrey & Co. •' On February. 20th our great distribution, of presents takes place. Come and invest- a dollar or two and share . in Hany Frank's liberality. d&w Selected wheat ground correctly makes Snow Ball flour the finest, the • price'Of $2.35 per hundred makes it the cheapest. Sold only at McCaffrey's. One hundred and twenty-five dollars worth of presents will be distributed by .Harry .Frauk on February 20th. • Everybody is invited to share in our generosity. d&w ' 7, All our. puff scarfs and once-over scarfs, choice, at 75 cents, to make room for the new goods coming in, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher, This Ms the good dressers chance. Will Kraut has added to the .equip > •ment'of his elegant new barber shop a very fine cup case, made to corre- spon with, the imported: fixtures and which reflects great credit on the artisan, Ffed Smith, one of Ash & Had- ley's' cabinet-makers who made the jjabine^fterjiours. It is a fine piece of local workmanship. Isearly all last night Stevens & Sedwards' men were engaged in making the final connection of the sipes from the new North Side wells to the pumps of the city's water vorks, and at an early hour the woik was ^completed, and bright, sparking,' healthful refreshing,invigorating spring water was turned iato the city's mains »,nd rushed through the many miles of pipes to all parts of the city. The supply will be thoroughly tested o-day. The pumps have capacity of 5,000,000 gallons per day. Less than half that amount is sufficient to fully .upply the demand. The water works trustees claim that the new wells contain more than enough water for all demands. It is earnestly hoped that such is tbe case. The great improvement is completed at a cost of about $25,000, the cost of piping across the river and connecting being over $9,000 WRECKED IN THE FOG. A IMKiiMrou- rw'reelt Between ;i Pan • Handle and C. <k E. I. Freight Sunday Morning. Sunday morning about 2:50 o'clock a Pan Handle freight, engine 389 in charge of John . Rumboldt collided with a C. & E. I. freight at the Belt crossing, out of Chicago;, with disastrous results. The Pan Handle engine and /four cars - were wrecked while six "' oil tank cars on, tbe C. & E. I. went over in the general smash up. Flames communicated to the wreck and added to .the destruction. Engineer Rum- boldt was . slightly injured. The Ueavy fog prevailing in that quarter prevented him seeing the signal, which, it is said, was against him. The loss is considerable for bothroads. Carroll County Brldgre Ca«e. The Logansport Journal published a faw days ago some alleged facts about a Carroll • county bridge case which the Journal reporter got from the columns of the Delphi Times. It seems tbat the case has some political phases and that the Times had made its statement of facts to influence public opinion. The case is now in court and it should be tried there and not in the Times office. Editor Journal: As the '."Farmers' Mutual Benefit Associations" of out- township have had no public recog'ni- tion, I will outline the organization, briefly. Pipe Creek lodge No. ' 4814 F. M. B. A. is officered as follows: President—Perry Keesling. Vice Pres.—Charles Thomas. Sec —George Enyart. Treas.—George P Sharts. Chaplain- Ramsey. Sentinel—Samuel Swing. Guard—William Costenborder. Orator—John Plummet 1 . Not having- access to the.roster of membership the writer is unable to give the number of members but it is large for a rural district that is minus any town or village. We are in a prosperous condition and a great interest is taken by all, believing our cause is just and honorable as our associated motto plainly indicates which is as follows: '•Equal' and exact justice to all: special privileges and immunities to none, charity to those in poverty, affliction or distress and ^specially to those of our own order." Applications for membership are constantly received and initiations are exercised each regular meeting. Every farmer who knows himself to be a farmer or whose chief occupation is such or whose identical interests are wit-h Ihe farmer, are sitting ia their own personal light by remaining outside of tkis association. A great many farmers have erroneously conflicted the Farmers' Alliance with the F. M. B. A. which is a gross mistake, and an extreme injustice to the order of F. M. B. A's. The two have no relative connection whatever. The Farmers Alliance being a political institution, while the F. M. B's are mutual associations for the benefit of themselves and families,, and to convince the farmer who is still a non-member that such is the case 1 will insert a promise that the F. M. B. A's ritual makes to each candidate before he undergoes the initiation. We are happy to assure you on our partthatnothing.wiU.be required of you which will in the least interfere with your religious or political opinions or with any duty you may owe yourself, your family or your country. At the request of the required number of farmers in the locality of Onward, Pipe Creek lodge went over in a bo ly last Thursday evening and organized a lodge with fifteen charter members which lodge will be issued a charter under the appellation of Onward lodge. After the charter membership had been properly received and generally instructed, they proceeded to an election of officers, the result being as follows: President-—David-Snyder. Vice Pres.—Samuel Panabaker. Sec.—Samuel Thomas. Treas.—Mortimer Smith. Chaplain—Daniel Smith. Sentinel—Peter Smith. - Guard—Munro Zelner. .Orator—William T. Shafer. In lJal»"or's"CaH»e. ' Trades and Labor Assembly met in regular session Sunday afternoon in Union Labor Hall. The main business transacted was in regard to the public meeting on the llth inst. A corps of ushers was selected. from the different unions. It was decided that with the exception of press reporters and members of labor organisations no person will be allowed on the speakers platform. A communication was received from J. E. Sutton asking the Assembly to consider his trouble with the Typographical Union- After hearing it read the delegates decided to refuse in any way to interfere in the matter and referred Mr. Sutton to Typographical Union 196 r . A'resolution was introduced asking the Assembly to send a letter of congratulation to Conn, the musical in- strnment maker, for introducing tbe profit sharing system in his factoiy. It ,vas lost by a large majority. The boycott on the Burrows printing office was raised, the trouble having been amicably settled. The secretary was instructed to inform the Legislative committee of the State Federation, in regard to the action of Senator Magee, ignoring the petition sent him by the Assembly, referring to. the contract Prison Labor bill. ' Trade was reported fair by all Unions 'except coopers. 0. P. S. A 1'ormer JLocaiisportcr. Charles W. Simons, the old gentleman who was killed by falling .from a load of straw at Metea, Friday afternoon, was a former well-known resident of Logansport, and was the • founder of the Tucker-Howe factory, he having started a small shop on the site of the present Howe factory many years ago, later taking in Tucker as a partner, the firm afterward Teceiving financial backing from Mr. Howe. He was quite wealthy at one time, but in his old age was. left with little of bis former riches. Van Bennett. On account of other arrangements the dates for Mr. Van Bennett and his orion quartette have been changed to March 2, when they will hold forth for one week. The rink has been secured for the same. Mr. Bennett woa much praise for his ability as a speaker when he was here last fall. He will hold foi-th at the following places and dates in the county before coming here: Galveston, Feb. 16, Walton, 17, Onward, 18, Jvew Waverly 19, Altoner, 20, Royal Center 21. 'Skillful Horse Surgery. Drs. Clair and Mulholland, veterinary surgeons, performed a difficult piece of surgery on a horse belonging to John G-arrett yesterdaj', the. operation being so skillfully performed as to receive commendation from the local surgeons. The operation was for the purpose of removing an obstruction in the nasal passage of the animal and called for a very delicate bit <ff trepanning.which \vas performed with great skill by the veterinray surgeons. • . :-: CALL AND SEE ME :-: Harry G. Tucker. The Pearl Street Tailor. LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER&RAUCH, 420 Broadway. SMOKED MEAT Of this Brand will be found Select Goods; Slaughtered and Cured &y W. C. ROUTH, Logansport Ind. "- " . - i For Sale Qbv Leading Dealers. Call on the New Druggist And become acquainted with his manner of doing- business. Respectfully H. C PURCELL No. 418 Market, Near Pearl St. A I) eal KaJsujn IN Kemp's Balsam 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 real 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 Biliousness, constipatioa, torpid liver, etc., cured by Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills. Free samples at B. F. (S) | Keesling's. No lodge in Cass . county has entered this work with a more intellectual, enterprising roster of officers than the maiden lodge of Onward. Mr. Snyder, their president, is well qualified fur the important position to which he. has been elected. Mr. Panabaker, the genial vice president is so universally known all over the county for his business integrity, tbat we can make no better comment of him than by just simply' stating that it is our own Sam Panabaker. Mr. Thomas as secretary is a positive omen for the-. prosperity and success of the lodge. Mr. Smith as treasurer will prove a trusty and commendable office to his lodge. B-ut if a lodge has . ever . been blessed with an unusual choice, Onward Lodge was the recipient of such a choice when Daniel Smith was inducted into the chaplain's chair. Mr. Smith's theological advantages will speak well for the moral instructions of the lodge. W.L. Shafer, as orator, is an influential farmer, who has achieved great notoriety as a "diamond edged" speaker, consequently the hall of Onward Lodge will • hereafter reverberate with Mr. Shafer's unexcelled .and flowery,-eloquence. The Sentinel and Guard are two promising young men of Onward, and will make the lodge faithful officers. "MuTUAr.." Purify you blood. Build up your nerves, Eestore your strength, Kenew your appetite, Cure scrofula, salt rheum, Dyspepsia, sick headache, Catarrh, rheumatism .or malaria— Take Hoods Sarsaparilla, 100 doses one dollar. 7 Wanted^ at Once. Four salesmen, light _work. Big pay and steady employment. Inquire at house JTo. 519 North street, from 11:30 to 2, and 5 to 9 p. m. ' feblOdeodSt A Falne Kuinor. It was currently reported on the stseets last evening tba,t David Middleton, Esq., bad died about five o'clock, the.announcement being made in the hall of Tipton lodge, F. and A. M. ,of which Mr. Middleton is an honored member The report was afterward contradicted and the Journal is glad to state that although the old gentleman is quite low his spirit is still with us. How the unfortunate rumor originated is not known. The ice .. houses at Lake Maxinkuckee are'about all full. Most of them belong to the Vandab'a which uses about 800 tons of ice : every summer, besides selling many hundred cars to dealers aud large ' consumers at points all along the line. That which has been put up is about eight inches thick. . The work was suspended on account- of the late thaw THE ORDER OF THE DAY. Gratifying 10 All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs,' as the most excellont laxative known, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying 'to the California Fig Syrup Company. Diphtheria. In a severe case, there is but one thing to .do, get the nearest physician, but how much better it would be to prevent a severe case by having Pineapple Syrup in tbe house; it will do the work. Try it. For sale by J. F. Coulson. . • to!4 • W. C. Eouth, the pork packer, on Saturday, received ten hogs weighing 6,110 pounds, one of the- number weighing 810 pounds. This is the largest of the season. ' The great overcoat "cut, in prices" is still on until all are sold; buy now and save-from §3 to $6.. It will be the best 'investment ever made, at Harry Frank's. di-w Our prices have won the favor of consumers but not of dealers; it is the consumer we are pleading, though.— McCaffrey & Co. JLIiie ol" MarcH and Order of Parade IVeceedlnc Sam I Gotnper-s Add TONS To-morrow. Active preparations are being made for the proper reception of Samuel Gomp&rs'the president, of the American Federation of Labor, "Labors greatest orator" who will arrive in the city to-morrow and address the Trades and Labor Assembly atthe rinlc to-morrow evening. For the grand parade which, will proceed the meeting the following line of march and order of parade . has been arranged: The Unions will meet promptly at their regular meeting- places at 7. p. | m. and be in readiness to join, line of I march. The organizations that -meet in Union Labor hall will start prompt- i ly at 7. p. m. south on 4-th street j to Good Templar's hall where Cigar-i makers', union No. 215 will join the i procession, taking the lead; south on j Fourth street to Market; west on Mar-.| ket to Third street; south on Third .to | Railroad; east on Railroad to John-j ston hotel; thence to Fourth street: I north on Fourth to Broadway: east on : Broadway to the rink. . j Grand Marshall, P. J Kinney. . i OttDER OF MABCfllNCS.- ; ( Carriage containing speaker and euiiuiiliine. i Bund, Grand Maraball aud Aids. Ctear Milkers 0nlon 215. Typographical Union 190, Coopers' Onion C284. Carpenters' Union 744., Painters' and Decorators' Union 120. Butcners' Onion 5310. 1 Tailors' Union ]$. Machinists' Uufiin and other labor organiza tions." Specimen Cases. S.H.Clifford, New Cassel, was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected, to an alarming degree, appetite fell away,. and he was terribly reduced in jlesb. < and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him Edward Shepard, Harrisburg, 111.,, had a running-, sore on his leg- of eighty years' standing. Used three bottles oi Electric Bitters and seven, boxes ot Bucklin's Arnica Slave, And his leg 'is < sound and well. John Speaker,'; 1 ? Catawba, O., had five large Fever,-* sores on his leg, doctors said lie was incurable. . QneWttle Electric Bitters ^ and one box /Bucklen's Arnica Salve*' cured him entirely.' Sold by JS. F. ICeesling's Drug- store. «.,tol5 She was Completely Cnred, A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. . At my suggestion she used one bottle .of Brad eld's Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. HELLUMS, Water Valley, Miss. . . - ' Write The Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. ' tol-5 From Walton. Quite a number of young people were .entertained by Misses Grace and Daisy Panabaker near • Walton. Miss Dem oss, Miss Corn well, Miss Dutchess, and Miss Kessling were j>resen f from Logansport. From Peru, Mr. Lang, Mr. McCarly and Mr. Long, and quite a number of others- 1 from Walton. The evening was' spent in dancing and card playing. Both the method and results wheg Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ,_*] and refreshing to the taste, and act! ^ gently yet promptly-'on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- J tS| tern effectually, dispels colds, Bead-,!;' aches and fevers and cures habitual ijf constipation. Syrup of Figs ia tht 1 only remedy of its kind ever pro.-,, duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in' 1 its action and truly_ beneficial in its;| effects, prepared only irom the mostj| healthy and agreeable substances, its'f many excellent qualities comme-' J "*' vi to all and have made it the popular remedy known. foyrup of Figs is for sale in aad $1 bottles by all leading dtfig-9 grists. Any reliable druggist -wl may not have it on hand will pr cure it promptly for any one who,! •wishes to try it. Do not accept anj substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C@" SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, WUISVlilE, KY. MW I'Ofi*?'** f\ For sale by B. 7. Jeesliag nnd aU^dr««(«a.'

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