Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 20, 1891 · Page 5
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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle of Pineapple Cough Syrup, at Dolans Opera House One Solid "Week. Commencing Monday, February 23d. Engagement of The Popular Dramatic Artists 10 20 30 Cts 10 20 30 Cts THE MELVILLE SISTERS . And their powerful Company of Players under the management of Sam M. Youn- Producing on Mondy Eve, Bartley Campbell's Comedy Drama • -Divorce." Elegant Costumes, Special Scenery Calcium Lights MATINEE SATURDAY. CHANGE OF PLAY MGHTI.A. Reserved Seats SOc. at Keesling's Drug Store. . ' Combined wllh Petroleum Jelly ForthB cure of sort ilp» CAMPHOR ICE For Chapped Hands, Face and made by Colgate & Co. Lips. An. F. The Grand Bazaar, FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to'All. MONEY TO LOAN, n »ny mm »t the LOWEST rotea. Private fondt only Money always In hand. No red taps or do- tay. Interest and principal payable in LogMit.- port. Special arrangements »a to payment ol • futaulpalind Interest, made «o unit the wish HP o< borrower. TOT further partloulurs ajj-lyto Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. MON E Y, General Ineurano«nnd Loans.. All klntf» of In- inranoe plB<»d In nreteless companies. Endowment policies purchased. Bonds ol Boret written for p»rttea holding positions of •here a bond U required. 319 PEAKJL ST. S. M. Gloss on MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO.B.FORGY. rt<>cl8d4w6m Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 20. Fresh yeast at Pryor's. Pocket book found. Owner call at this office. . E. T. McClure of Marion was in the city yesterday. Miss Gonty of Fort Waj ne, is in .the city the guest of Miss Ada Sine on North street. Fred Kenya young man wellknown in this city, a brother of Grant Neff, died at Richmond, Ind., a few days ago with brain fever, and was hurried a); that place last Wednesday. . Miss Stella'Sebastian was compelled to return home from Chicago where she wasi'completing, her musical education by reason of illness and is lying quite'ill" at her home on the West Side. Uncle Tom's Cabin at the opera house to-night. Watch for Stetsons Uncle Tom's Cabin company's parade to-day. Mr. J. B. Skinner and family have removed 10 No. 922 No-th street. The young daughter of Mr.and Mrs. A. W. Stevens is lying ill with scarlet fever. Mercer Miller and Mary M. Bnrns; J. Nelson Martin and Bertha Betting, are licensed to wed. The crowd which filled the court room yesterday was the largest that ever gathered in the room. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rhodes of derson, are visiting Mr. and Mr M. Barnhart on the West Side. Mrs. W. C. Grindle of the South Side was called to her former home at Valparaiso yesterday by the serious illness of her father. J. T. McNary has purchased the old Partridge property, corner of Tenth and Broadway, the consideration being something over $5,000. Delphi Journal: Misses Kate and Allie Booth, of Logansport, and Mrs. Moore, of Indianapolis, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Mclntosh, in this city. F. A Bowman a mine owner of Durango, Col., is in the city visiting his parents on the West Side. This is his first visit back here in the past fourteen years..' Local architects and building contractors all report an exceedingly encouraging.prospect for great 'and extensive improvements to the city during the season just opening. Mr. J. Nelson Martin and Miss Bertha Betting, were united in mar- r.age at-the lesidence of Dr. Cady, 1109 Market strest, last evening at 7 O'clock, Rev. A. B. MeMakin officiating. Mrs. Lydia Hunnevvell died at her home, 202 Hanna street yesterday morning at 6 o'clock aged 81 years, of consumption. The announcement bf the date of the funeral will be made later. Wm. Moore died at his home in Adamsboro on Tuesday of consumption, aged 38 years. The funeral was held at the Baptist church at Adamsboro yesterday at 2 o'clock, Rev. Dolph officiating. Mr. J. T. McNary will go to Salt Lake city on Saturday where he will close up -a $40,000 real estate deal. Mr. McNary has large interests at Salt Lake City and is enthusiastic on the "boom" of the city by the big salt lake. In our Snow Ball sacks we give you the whitest and best flour in the city. Should you desire a lower I grade, our Silver Moon brand at $1.65 per hundred will suit you. It compares in quality with that sold by our competitors at $2 30.—McCaffrey & Co. The Books Open Again. The park subject is now before the people in a tangible shape and the; people can be sure that the money will be spent by careful hands upon well; prepared and carefully matured plans, i The subscription books are again; open, the clouds are driven away, and- again public generosity reaches forth' its hand and gives. Money has begun to appear and'the fund has taken new life. Let each think what he will do and be ready, for there is none so poor but that he can do something. The park will prove the people's savings bank and every cent deposited will yield a thousand fold interest. Plant a flower, plant a tree and you have done that much for humanity. Several thousand dollars more must be raised before the trustees will consent to any work, for they are practical men,'and will do nothing unless—it is to be perfect as far as it goes. The business men have begun to consider the success of the park as a material advantage to their trade. All places of public resort become in a certain measure the parade ground for dress and fashion, thereby encouraging increased emulation to dress well and neatly; to wear the latest and best. Theaters, parks, and all places of public resort encourage trade. They are the great toning mediums ol' the city. Parks raise the standard of living; they effect every industry the town; they increase the standard of living by creating new wants by administering to the general pleasures,- and by broadening and deepening human morals. Make ready your money and fix your sum. Be ready! A Bea.ll of 1829. When grandpa went a-wooing. He wore a satin vest, A trail of running roses Embroidered on the breast. The pattern of his trousers, His linen, white and fine, Were all the latest fashion In eighteen twenty-nine. Grandpa was a fine-looking young fellow then, so the old ladies sa.y, and he is a fine-looking old gentleman now. For the past score of years he has been a firm' believer in the merits of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. "It renewed my youth," he frequently says. It is the only blood-purifier and liver invigorator guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money refunded. It cures liver disease, dyspepsia, scrofulous sores, skin eruptions, and all diseases of the blood. For lingering coughs and consumption (which is lung-scrofula in its early stages) it is an unparalled remedy. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. I'roui tlie Note-Book of Our Hallway Reporter— Point* l»ei- KOiial and Oilicrwlnc. 'J'he Grievance Committees are still at Pittsburg and will continue to urge the granting of their demands heretofore made. Grand Chief Arthur o£ the B. of L. E.. Grand Chief Clark of the 0. R. C., Grand Chief Sargent of the B. of L. F., Grand Chief Wilkinson of the Brakemen, Chief Sweeney of the Switchmen and Chief Howard of the B. of R. C., have been summoned. These officials constitute the highest body of the federation and their action, if any is taken, will be final. General Manager Wood yesterday consented to receive the various committees separately und discuss the scalo with them; The Brakemen were received at eleven o'clock yesterday morning, and the consultation will be continued until concluded, probably taking several days. The 'Firemen, Conductors and Engineers are to be received in turn in the above order. Harry Miller, superintendent of the J. M. & L, Louisville division of the Pennsylvania lines, states that the fastest run ever made over the road by a regular train was made on Tuesday night by Train 18, drawn by engine 604, which hauled five cars from Indianapolis to Louisville, 110 miles in two hours and fifty-nine minutes slowing down through the city limits of Indianapolis and over the Ohio river bridge, the train making twenty-five stops. Some improvements have recently been made to this engine, which is One of the new ones "received last year, and this run was made to test its speed and capacity for steaming. THE LAWYERS TALK. The Argument Harvey Murder Trial— A Packed Court Room. CLOTH TOP SHOES. x , )( CLOTH tops are again being accorded a considerable degree of popularlty f in both men's and women's goods. Cloth is superior to leather in e\ery wa except durability, and even in that it holds its own in some cases as against^ some of the leather used for tops. Cloth is the best material for shoe tops' in^ the case of persons whose feet have a tendency to perspire freely, as the surplus,^ heat of the foot as well as its moisture is allowed to radiate and transpirej thruugh the meshes of the textile fabric much more readily than -though. the$ leather. Good cloth is not materially affected by moisture,- and/'exeels leatbecg used for toppings in resisting its attacks. Cloth does nof crack, scale turn red.-* or grow stiff and chafe the wearer. It is more comfortable and smooth fitti than leather. It makes a handsome effect by contrast when used with leatbei vamp. It is more "dressy," and, in fact, as we said at the outset, better fa toppings than the leather generally used 'in every way, providing a first-clasi quality of cloth is employed. There are cloth fabrics sold for shoe tops are not desi.able, just as there are^kinds of leather used for shoe soles that ana| not desirable; some being cheap and poor quality, for use in cheap shoes and some being fine quality and intended more for appearance than wear There is a grade of cloth for every grade of shoe, and the best grades are expensive than fine leather figured. patterns vary from plain black to KRAUS. Held Bv The Enemy. The presentation of the above thrilling and remarkably effective War drama at the opera house last evening, was, owing to the very disagreeable weather, greeted by only about half a house, but the audience, though small in numbers, was large in appreciation, and the numerous thrilling incidents of the play met with, the warmest applause. The play is a very pretty one, and many of its scenes caused a thrill to vibrate the hearts of the many old soldiers present. The play is full of husky voiced soldiers in full action of war, and the third act was one of the most stirring ever played here. Love, of course, was the groundwork of the plot and as'the curtain rang down on the prospect of two weddings in the immediate future all was well. The company presenting the play is one of unusual excellence and every speaking character was a strong one. Is wrought in people who suffer from rheumatism when they take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The acidity of-the blood, •which causes the disease, is neutralized, the .blood is purified and vitalized, the aching joints and limbs rest easily .and-/quietly, and a feeling of serene health is imparted. Hood's Sarsaparilla has accomplished wonders for^thousands subject to rheumatism. Try it yourself. 8 Woi'tli UK "Weljslit 111 Cold. If a price can be placed on pain, "Mother's Friend" is worth its weight in gold as an alleviator. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did all together with her last, having previously used four bottles of "Mothers Friend." It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother, says a cusomer of mine. HENDERSON DALE, Druggist. Carmi, Illinois. Write'the Bradfield Regulator Co.. Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher & Co. to22 Naglc Lantern Show. Messrs. Fred Murdock, Jim and Allen Nelson, will give a grand magic lantern show this evening at the residence of 'J. C. Nelson, corner of Seventh and Market streets. The public irrespective of political o'r religious opinions are invited to be present. Admission 1 cent; reserved seats, 2 cents. . 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 excellent laxative known, illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Company. Croup. No .remedy acts quicker than Pineapple Syrup. Try it. Sample bottles free at J. F. Coulson & Co's. to22 Never in the history of the Cass circuit court was the court room so crowded as it was yesterday afternoon. Every seat was occupied and fully a hundred persons were standing up around the walls, and many turned away from the door without attempting to get in on seeing the crowd. The crowd in the morning was big, but after dinner it was enormous. A surprising feature of the crowd was the number of ladies and gray haired men present. There was reason for the throng, however, as the display of legal talent was expected to be something unusally brilliant, a sort of legal pyrotechnics, as it were. Nor was the crowd disappointed. The arguments presented in the case formed a series of remarkably interesting "talk.s" Chase's calm log ic and convincing style, Fansler's fiery and impetuous oratory, and -the studied elegance of Winfield's phrases all found their admirers and the interest was not allowed to lag for a moment. The opening argument for the State was made by Judge D. H. Chase, who spoke for three hours, from nine to twelve. Atl:30M. D. Pansier took up the argument for the defense and spoke until 3 o'clock,, being followed by Judge Winfield who will conclude his argument this morning to be followed by his co-council Judge J. C. Nelson, who will close for the defense, and Prosecuting Attorney, J- W. McGreevy, will close the argument for the State. The Canal Company Knocked Out. Judge Burson yesterday morning rendered his decision in the injunction suit of E. H. Shirk, et. al. vs. the City of Logansport, dissolving the injunction against the city selling the old canal bed for taxes and City Treasurer Brookmeyer will proceed to sell the property as prescribed by law this moraing unless the taxes are previously paid, An incident of the trial Wednesday night not quite down on the bills was the subject of much, talk among' the lawyers yesterday. City Attorney Fansler and George E. Ross, the attorney for the" canal company had a little set to and their bellicose demonstrations for a while shook the temple of justice 1 to its very foundation. During 'the progress of the trial Fansler seized the occasion to call Ross a liar and Ross picked up the gauntlet and invited Fansler to step outside the court house where the difference coald be properly adjusted a la Marquis of Queensbury. The invitation was not accepted however, and the bright full moen soon changed back to its normal color. A liTurdcii-er X/ynchou. MERIDIAN, Miss., Feb. 19.—Ben Pierce, a farmer of Battlefield,, Miss., was brutally murdered a few days ago by John Bull, an Indian. Bull entered Pierce's house and cut Ms throat from ear to ear. Wednesday night neighbors took -Bull from the county jail anc hanged him to a : tree. No cause is known for the. nuuslerof Pierce. SMOKED MEAT Of this Brand will be found Select Goods: Slaughtered and Cured by W. C. ROUTH, Logansport Ind? For Sale Dbv Leading Dealers. TRY FREEMAN'S " HIAWATHA," The Latest Thing out in Perfume. Freeman's PinK, Wlute and Brunette Face powder^ FOR SALE BY ' H. C. P U R C E L L, Druggis 418 Market Street. Tlie Slilrt Factory Coming. Some months ago it was announced that Wilson Bros., the great Chicago shirt manufacturers, would open a branch factory in this city and the old Spiker & Harrison factory building was vacated by the overall company to give room for the enterprise. Then for a longtime nothing more was heard of the matter, but the plans of the company have been formulating all this time and the enterprise is now about ready to be launched. Messrs. E. C. Wilson and C. H. Barnes of Chicago, and W. 0. Davis, of South Bend, the movers in this enterprise, are now in the city making final arrangements for the establishment of the plant and it is said the factory will be in operation within the next sixty days. This factory will employ ^force of 200 girls and will operate 150 machines. It promises to ^ be a big thing and is warmly wel- j corned. Eiipei>*y. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thousands are' searching for it daily, and mourning because they find it cot. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in the hope that they can obtain this boon. And yet it may be bad by all. . ™-.. . . • t Logan chapter STo. 2. ! K. A. M. wi confer the M. Ex. M's degree evening Feb. 20, on thi'ee candidat The officers and members are.requeW ed to meet promptly at 7:30 p. m. WeuaranteehtElectric Bitters, if effects, prepare oniv rom e we> = , . ,. „..,„.,, „„,-] the healthy and agreeable substances, ccordin to direction, and the * <? used according to directions use persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install instead Eupepsy. We recommend Electric. Bitters for Dys- Both the method and results *, Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasanf and refreshing to the taste, and acti gently yet promptly • on the Kidnejpj Liver and Bowels; cleanses the "^ tern effectually, dispels colds, h aches and- fevers and cures hab constipation. Syrup of Figs is only remedy of its kind ever duced, pleasing' to the taste and ceptable to the stomach, prompt. its action and truly_ beneficial in ' effects, prepared only from the pepsia and . all diseases of ( StomacK and Kidneys. .Sold at Me and $1.00 per bottle by B. F Keeping many excellent qualities commenc to all and have made it .the **• popular remedy known. Syrup, of Figs is for sale ia and $1 ""bottles by all leading dt Any reliable druggist 'on hand ~" Druggist. • Nervous debility, poor diffidence,; sexual weakness, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervinn. free at B. F. KeeslingV. to22 memory, pimples Samples (6) cur e\it v pTompily for any one' ' ' wisae's to try it- substitute., v CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SAN FRANCISCO, CAL " IOU!SVILI£~KY. NEW WRX. For gale tjB..T. Keeallng and all Bo not accept Cl

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