Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 4, 1891 · Page 5
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If you have a cold .I-.'--"" i . ^ Call and get a sample bottle of . Pineapple Cough Syrup, at A CMnee for Workmen 19c 19e A colored braided straw basket for 1 9 cts. Sale ends Saturday Night The Grand. Bazaar, P. S. Regular price 85 cents. FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. Ladies Reward, Dr. Anderson's English Female Regulating Tills are the safest and most reliable. Give them a trial and be convii ced. At Drag ^toie or by mall, post-paid per box S1.00, 8 boxes lor S2.50. ]Hofca:Mediciiie Co., Toledo, O. Mention paper. MONEY TO LOAN, n any iram at the L.OWKST rates. Private rucoi only. Money alwftye In hazd. No red tape ordv- tsj-. Interest and principal payable IB Lcigan*- port. Special arrangemente as to payment ol principal Bod interest, made to eult the wlnheB j( Borrower. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court Honse. MONEY, Qflner&l Incoraziot and Loans. All klnde of ,tn- tnranoe placed in Drat O!MB companies. Endow ment policies pnrohwed. Bonds of snratysi. written (or pirtiee holding positions of tnui wh«r« • bond le required. 319 PEARL ST. S. M. Closson. Otto offers a beautiful hand-sled free of charge. J. W. 1- romeyer went to Lafayett yesterday morning. Miss Alma Zoigler, of Wabash, i the guest of Miss Millie Gray. David Middleton, Esq., was reported much worse yesterday, and his condition is said to be critical. Mrs. A. F. Maish, nee Bessie Co ffln : of Cincinnati, is visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs. W. H. Snider. Mrs. C. P. Connor returned to hei home in Geneva after a pleasant visil with friends and relatives in this city. "The Fast Mail," a spectacular drama is billed for Dolan's opera house for next Monday evening, the 9th inst. Mrs. B. F. Murphy and daughter, Miss Arethusia, of New Castle, are visiting in the city the guests of Mrs. D, C. Elliott. Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's " if-') In the spring the young man's fancy iightly turns to thoughts of love, but the small boy thinks of marbles. Hanna sells them. He sells everthing. House cleaning time approaches. Hanna sells seamless, ail iron, double strength tack hammers, and throws in a book of nice cuss words to use if you hit your thumb. The supper and social given at the residence of Prof, and Mrs. Hall last evening .by Lincoln No. 1, ladies of the G. A. R. JE. A. Circle was a MONEY TO LOAN! And. Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO.B.FOfiGY. declSd&wffm DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. •ONE'NIGHT ONLY. Friday ,Eve.Marcli 6. "Tfle World Knows Not Their Equal," THE GORMANS, JOHN, JAMES, GEORGE, aided by an Able and • Mammoth Comittny of Comedians, under the Management of WM. EVERSOLE, in an absolute New, Retlned tmcl Magnificent Exposition ot llli strel-y APtdgramlMreshlnfrln Its Originality. Ths Season's HIM The l-uughli'g Success! James Gorman's Latest and Best Burlesque, THE GAMBOLIERS, Introducing the Comedians, JOHN & GEORGE GORMAN, And the Entire Company. PRICES 25, 50, 75 cent* Reserved Seat? on Sale at Keesllng's Drug Store. An Elaborate Street Parade at Noon, Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 4. • Choice of one hundred $2 and $3 suits for boys $1.50, and a handsome iron frame Otto hand-sled free. Who else has got the nerve? You.would look well in a frame. You know you would. Get your picture taken for your sweetheart or wife and buy the frame at Hanna's. Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend Ind., manufactures famous "Blush of Roses:" B. F. Keesling sells more than any other druggist in Logansport; •---•••: .5 pleasant and successful affair and was much enjoyed by the large crowd in attendance. The remains of Mrs. Mary L. Cassells will arrive in this city from Albuquerque, N. M., Friday, and ba taken to the home of John Parker OQ Miami street, West Side. The funeral will be held, from the A. M. E. church at 2 p. m. Sunday. The room lately occuuied by Johnston Broj. drug store on Broadway, is undergoing a transformation which- makes it scarcely recognizable. It is rapidly being gotten ia shape for P. W. Moore who will open his stock of dry goods in a few days. W. D. Jones and his son, A. B. Jones, our former well known townsmen, are meeting with a sigaal success in the conduct of their new hotel at Crawfordsville. Logansport people who have enjoyed the hospitality of the Jones' in their new hostelry^speak loudly in praise of the service. Both gentlemen are experienced hotel men and are sure to achieve permanent success in their new hotel. Yesterday County Treasurer Woll received from Mrs. Ida May Eller, of Southall, Teon., a letter requesting that the watch found on the person of the late W. C. Pugh, who suicided at Royal Center which was .. placed in the treasurer's hands, be sent to her-; that she was a daughter of the deceased and would like to preserve the watch. Mrs. Eller's letter arrived too late, as only the day before Mrs. Harris, of German, O., and MLss Alma Pugh, of Center, O., sister and. daughter of the deceased called at the treasurer's office and secured the watch. They had been to Royal Center, exumed and iden lined the body and will, later have the same ' a?ain disenterred and removed to the family burying ground in Ohio. C. S. Cunningham, a farmer living in the northern part of this county, wa-i up before the Mayor yesterday morning charged with drunkenness and was fined the usual amount assessed in such cases. Cunningham got off remarkably cheap considering a circumstance connscted with his debauch. He came into town at 9 o'clock Monday morning to get some medicine for his wife. He hitched 'his horse to a pole on Broadway and than forgetting his errand got on. a ' drunk, leaving the poor horse standing at the post all day and all night without feed or water, and shivering in the cold. Yesterday morning Mr. D. E. Pryor noticed the horse standing there, and on inquiry learned the facts, and in the interests of humanity put the horse up -in a stable. Cunningham was in luck to escape a heavy fine for cruelty to animals which should have .been-imposed to teach him, a: lesson for the future. .-..'. . THE KANSAS CYCLONE. A Croivdcil llouHG Groc'H . Van JBcif tin' Gifted Tcmpcraiice Orutor. itett, The meeting- last night at Gooc Templar Hall was a success, so , far. as numbers are concerned at least. The meeting was called to order at 7:30. The Hoosier quartette sang a couple of selections which were heartily applauded. After prayer by Mr. Briggs. G. 0. l"enton, of the Times, introduced the speaker of the evening, Mr. V. B. Bennett, of Kansas, who kept his audience in lively spirits for an hour and a half. His subject was, "License and Local Option," which he handled in a masterly manner. judged from the standpoint of the Prohibitionist. His argument briefly stated is that' man has no inherited right to sell intoxicating liquor, -which has been so declared in a recent' decision of the United States Supreme Court. From this Mr. Bennett deducts the conclusion that, as no one has an inherited right to sell intoxicants, no one has a right to grant to another I he right which he dares not himself possess. "Local Option," saiJ the speaker, "is too local and too optional, and he then proceeded to an analysis of the scheme. His address was well received. Many were unable to procure seats. To-night he will speak on another phase of the liquor problem to which there will be charged an admission fee of ten cents. The Journal is authorized to say that this fee is for the purpose of paying the singers and the speakers. All the other expanses are paid by the local temperance workers. Dentil of a Pioneer. Mrs. Mary A. Smith, wife of Judge Anthony F. Smith, died at her home on the West Side yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Smith had been ill for many months, ever since a bad fail she received nearly a year ago which fractured her hip. Her old age prevented her recovery from the injury and she had been confined to her bed all these months. The. deceased was the oldest settler in the county, having been a resident sinca the spring of 1S27, when she came here with her father, Joseph Ban-on, the Indian interpreter, who died in 1843. She was born at Vincennes, this State, ia 1820. She was a sister of N. B. Barren, Esq., who now takes her place as the oldest settler. Her former husband , was rlarvey Heth, who is well remembered 5y our older citizens. A number of years ago she was married to Judge mith a pioneer citizen, who with their daughter survives her. The death of Mrs. Smith is deeply regretted by her large circle • of friends umong whom she was held in the lighest regard. The funeral will be held at 0 o'clock Friday morning from St. Bridget's Catholic church, services conducted by Rev. Father Kroeger. nterment at Mt. St. Vincent. <iorma.ii'n The performance by this organiza- ion at the opera house was satisfac- ory to the large audience that wit- essed it. The old time Srst part was Knitted and the almanac jokes got a est. There was no lack of singing uring the evening, however, and the ornpany is strongly equipped in this larticular. J. M. Norcross, the vete- an basso, who has been before the ublic for thirty yearss still maintains us reputation as one of the best sing- rs in the profession; the Germans in heir character acts do everything vith skill and finioh. Arthur Rigb.y's monologue was so amusing that the udience held him as long as he would tay, and the sentimental songs of ohn Hyams and Alex. Cameron were veil rendered gems. Keto's contortion act and Layman's transformations added variety to the excellent pro- gramme, a pleasing and noticeable feature of which was prevalence of white 'faces.— Lowell Daily Times. At Dolari's opera house Friday night, 6th inst. The first sleighing of the season was taken advantage of last evening and many crowds in bobs, happy couples in cutters, and small boys on, Yankee Jumpers, each pulled by a single surprised steed, filled the streets. Shouts of laughter and the jingle of the bells made it seem like a, carnival. At seven o'clock not a rig could be got at any of the stables. Incidentally it might be remarked that cow bells do not add to the harmony of such occasions. I<ifo 1~ Misery To thousands of people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood. The agonies caused by the running sores and other manifestations of this disease are-beyond description. There ia no other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula, salt rheum and every form of blood disease. It is reasonably sure to benefit ail who give it a fair trial. Be sure to- get Hood's. 2 A Prcaelier'K House .Entered. Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Brown of the Christian church were treated to a genuine surprise last evening at their residence on Broadway. Fifty or more of the recent converts of the Christian church had arranged to show their love and esteem for their pastor, and his good wife before their departure for his new Held of labor at Crawford.-jville, and assembling at the church they went as a body to the parsonage where they look possession and the preparation of next Sunday's sermon was interrupted for the remainder of the evening. The greeting- over. Rev. Brown was culled into the front parlor where he was. presented with an elegant edition of the Oxford Bible, in a neat address on behalf of those present, by Miss Nettie Sellers. Mrs. Brown was the recipient of a gold mounted porcelain card receiver. Mr. Brown responded in a feeling manner, and Mrs. Brown acknowledged her appreciation by rendering some of her best piano solos. Then followed speeches, vocal solos, instrumental duets, social games and a general good time until the assemblage adjourned at a late hour. During Rev. Brown's pastorate here he has shown himself to be a man in every relationship of life, and no more popular gentleman ever removed from our midst. And especially has he endeared himself to the large and growing congregation of the Christian church to which he has ministered so successfully for the last three years. The courtesies of last evening will not soon be forgotten by the good man and his wife or by those who so successfully surprised them. The Parent of Insomnia. The parent of insomnia or wakefulness is in nine cases out o f ten a dyspeptic stomach. Good digestion gives sound sleep, indigestion interferes with it. The braia and stomach sympathizes. One of the prominent symptoms of a weak state of the gastric organs is a disturbance of the great nerve entrepot, the brain. Invigorate the stomach, and you restore equilibrium to the great centre. A most reliable medicine for the purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which is far preferable to mineral sedatives and powerful narcotics which, though they may for a time exert a soporific influence upon the brain, soon cease to act, and invariably injure the tone of the stomach. The Bitters, on the :ontrary, restore activity to the operations of that all important organ, and their beneficent infltsnce is reflected in sound sleep and a tranquil state of the nervous system. A wholesome impetus is likewise given to the action of ;he liver and bowels by by its use. The regular meeting of the Lotus ub last evening was a very pleasant affair and was fully attended by the members of the club and their ladies. lenry Hart and daughter of Indianapolis, furnished the very excellent mnsic. The out of town guests of the lub were, Miss Alma Zeigler, of Wabash; Mrs. A. F. Maish, nee Bessie Coffin, of Cincinnati; Miss Turner of Columbus, 0.; Dan Wilk'ms of Indianapolis; and Mr. Levy of Peru. The next dance of the club will be given April 1. Henry Hart's full orchestra rom Indianapolis has been engaged or the occasion. Says the Southern medical World: 'Mother's Friend" is growing in favor hroughout the South and is highly recommended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they must pass through the ordeal of child-birth. Write BradQeld Reg. Co'.. Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sola by Ben Fisher: toS ltn Excellent Qualities commend to public approval the California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste, and by gently acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, it cleanses the system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use it. BOYS, "A SNAP!" 100 Boy's Knee-Pant Suits, : (4 to 14 years,) Worth $2.00 to $8.00," " Choice for $1.5O, Jt.1 Which includes a Beautiful "OTTO" Hand Sled Iron FREE OF CHARGE! OTTO A. KRAUS. P. S. This offer only holds good while the snow lasts. SMOKED.ME AT Of this Brand will be found Select Goods; Slaughtered and Cured by W. C. ROUTH, Logansport IncU For Sale . bv Leading Dealers. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST!'I I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Articles and sell J at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods. Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in perscription'•work. Yours, H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. *nid to If arc Been Poisoned. WEST AI-BAST, Ind., March 4.—Mrs. Nicholas Long and her husband quarreled Sunday over her determination to join the church, and I>ong- threatened her life. Monday morning: Mrs. Long and three children were taken violently ill, and the physician pronounces the case one of poisoning-. Mr. Long- has not been a.rrested. He attributed tho illness to escaping- g-as from a stove. Mrs. Long- and the children are lying-at the point of death. r;cir» 'to Millions" HOUSTON, Tex, March 3. — Several heirs to an immense fortune which, it is said, was left from the estate of Kobert Edwards, of Kentucky, have been discovered in Houston. The inheritance involves the right of ownership in land on Broadway, Wall street, and under and around Trinity church, New York city. The property is said to be valued at $207,000,000. La Grippe Again. During- the epidemic of la grippe last season Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, proved to be the best remedy. Kepoi-ts from the many who used it confirm this statement. They were not only quickly relieved, but the disease left no bad results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with results, or the purchase price refunded. It has no equal in la grippe, or any throat, chest or lung tronble. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's drug- store. Large bottles, 50c and §1 -00 2 And Still Xlier Conic. Cigar makers 1 Union No. 215 met in regular session last night in Union Labor hall. The question of raising funds for the public park was introduced and the union donated the sum of twenty-five dollars to the park fund. Let the other unions follow suit, O. P. S. Failed for 6,OOO.OOO JFran.cs. ' } PARIS, March S.—The bank of Gayette & Dulard, at Bercy', lias failed, Thbir liabilities are estimated at 6,000,-^ 000 francs. The causa of the suspen- - sion is not known. The Soap -—rne Hoodoo Humbug-.—Tomdik— "Jones is an unlucky dog; he has just shattered a Rirge looiting-glass." Skim- gullet—"What of ic¥" Tomdik—"His powers of reflection are destroyed."— Inter Ocean. It is only Wiieii v.-c Jearn to read the thoughts of God that the windows'of. Heaven open, to let the angels pass up anii down before us. that Clea ns Most L is Lenox. Both the method and results whet ; Syr Jip of figs is taken; it is pleasart; and refreshing to the taste, and act!, gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- rem effectually, dispels colds, headaches, and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tit only remedy of its kind ever pro. duced, pleasing to the taste,and acceptable to the stomach,, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from.the mo«t' | healthy and agreeable substances, its I many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. . ,. i Syrup of Figs is for .sale In 50c and $1 bottles by all lead-ing drug- gasts. Any reliable druggist who" may not have*it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. .Do not accept; any ' substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. tOUISVILLE. KY. NEW KOJWT/ff.l For sale bj-B. F. Kees«n«:<u«f all Oraggteta,

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