Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 8, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 8, 1891
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If you have a cold Call and .get a sample bottle oT Pineapple Cough Syrup, at Only 4 dozen left OP THE : Fine Decorated'- China £uspiflores. -'••'''• The above 'we are selling' for 25e. think of it. ,. • ,. Don't wait! Regular Price 75 cents. Ike Grand Bazaar, FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to AD. Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English Female Eepilatlng Pills are the safest and most reliable. G ive them a trial and be convli ced. At Drug Store or by mall, post-paid per box Sl.OO, 3 boxes for $2.50. •51 oka JTOtdlclne Co., Toledo, O. Mention paper. JeblSU&wSm MONEY TO LOAN, n »ay «nm at tbe I/O WEST rates. Private fund! only. Money always Sn band. No red tap* or delay. Interest and principal payable it" Logon* port. Special «rransem8Ut8 M *o payment o principal and Interest, made to unit the wlHOe« o Borrower. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Mimson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays, street, opposite Court Hoi 214 Fourth lease. MONEY, General Insurance and Loan*. All kind> of In •nranoe plscod In nrBtelass companies. Endow aunt policies purchased. Bonds of rorotyw.. written for parties holding . poiltlen* of trun where a bond IB required. PEABI* ST. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH. 8. !S. M. Gloss on DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. .Monday, March Superb scenic prodnctlne ol Lincoln J. Carter's great Melo-dranui, The Fast Mail, With all Its *onderfu] f cenlc effects including Steamiest tave 1 up tlie Mississippi! Inline Room ot the Steamer St. Louis. Steamboat Explosion! Wait for Moore's opening. J. N. Patterson went to Chicago 'esterday afternoon to visit his son, Ez and wife. Get your Easter dress goods now ind save money and get correct styles, \t the Trade Palace. Miss Emma Fclter of Long Cliff has accepted a position'as sales-lady in I'. W. Moore's new dry good store. While looking for shirts, see those unparalleled 75-cent unlaundried shirt for 50 cents this week.—Trade Palace. Messrs. Carney and Morgan have returned from a prospecting .trip to Chattanooga and other points South. Wanted, second-hand bed-room set. Must be in good condition and cheap for cash. Address Postoffice box 173, city. mchTdSt Big drives in crashes at the Trade Palace this week in towels and table linens. See the new bargains in napkins. We have enough of the Jersey ribbed indellihle fast black hose 4 pair for S5 cents for Monday's trade.—Bee Hive. Harry Frank, sr., departed yesterday for New York on a purchasing tour. He will be gone about three weeks. Wait for Moore's opening next Wednesday evening and see the finest line of dry goods ever displayed in this city. Wanted, every lady in Logansport to know that B. F. Keeslihg sells famous "Blush of Roses" for the complexion. Short breath, palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's ••") There will be Christian Science service at the Universalist Church to-day at 10:30 a. m., and immediately after sermon Bible lesson. An invitation is extended to all. Pastor McMackin will preach this morning on "The all Absorbing." At 7 p. m. the subject of the sermon I will be "Great Expectations." Other ! services at the usual hour. All are invited to attend. Mrs. Owen Flanegan died last night at 8:15 at her home in Shultztown. The time of the funeral will be announced later. Hei daughter, arrived this morning from Philadelphia, too late to see her mother alive. The reason my opening has been postponed is I have so many goods it took longer than I expeted to arrange them, and have not enough room for them. Will have to sell them very low so I can get more room.—P. W. Moore. Regular morning and evening services at the. Ninth street Christian church to-day by the pastor. At Park Items of Great Interest. The scaled drawing of the park is now open -for inspection to contractors and is kept in the office of Grain & Krutsch. It calls for a levee along the riv.or on a level with the tops of the abutment of the floodgate. The average width of the levee will be about 60 feet and will slope from its highest place near the river gradually toward the drive, giving a grade of approxi- matly 92,160 cubic feet in all. The, abutment stands 6 feet 6 inches above the waterline. Fifteenth street will be raised on a level with said levee and will call for a grade of approximately 33,000 cubic feet. City Engineer Osmer considers this unnecessarily high, but says better too high than too low. These figures make an aggregate grade of 4,635 cubic yards. The excavations from the lakes will more than yield this at an average depth of 3 feet. The cost of transferring this earth is variously estimated from 8c to 40c per cubic. yard. The projector of the plan had raised enough money to build the levee and' grade on Fifteenth street some time since, but can sacrifice no more time soliciting written guarantees. The public are asked to follow the example of Mr. E. T. Parker, lumber dealer, and come forward without solicitation and do a citizen's part in this public enterprise. So far Mr. Parker stands alone in this particular. He <iid not have to be asked. It is not known whether the people of High street and vicinity of the park have given anything or not. All now depends upon the action of people having a direct and pecuniary interest in the improvement as to whether work will be begun in time for tree planting or not. Mr. Weldon Webster has no time to visit them, and will leave the matter to the guidance of their personal interest. 10,000 ILLUSTRATED EDITION To be tlie Handsomest Paper Ever • untied in Northern Indiana. Juvenile Literary Clover. Friday evening a number of young folks met at the home of Mr. W. H. Johnson and organized a literary club, naming it the Juvenile Literary Clover. They had prepared a-j entertainment and opened with a piano solo hy Miss Hettie Elliott, followed by- a sketch of Gen. Sherman and a piano solo by Miss Mary Munson. These were followed by a song by Robert Matthews, all of which were loudly applauded. The club then elected their officers as follows: President, Robert Matthews; vice president, Mary Munson; Secretary, Helen McConnellV reporter, Harvey Gulp. They then played games and indulged in dancing until 9:45 when the club broke up and went home. The evening was spent very pleasantly, and will be continued Friday, Marcli 20 at 7:30 p. m. H. C., Reporter. VThe Sinking Steamer!, 2:30 o'clock this afternoon J. M. Bur- RAILROAD SCENE! Introducing a full sized Locomotive ana a Freight , ..... Train ori4 Cars. Also LIGHTNMgjAST MAIL TRAIN. .- ^ '•• Also the Beautiful Niagara Falls by Moonlight! A foil front view of Niagara Falls produced with real Water, Boiling Foam, Rising Mis: etc., as se«n from the Center o£ the Suspension Bridge. PRICES:—!5,50 and 75 cents. Seats on. sale at Keesling's drug store. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Thursday Eve. March, H. ' : me Celebrated Actor FRANK I. FRAYNE, In his Beautiful Melo-drama . . - ;..'' in five acts, "Si SLOCUM," Attd his Faithful Dog "Jack," I';;.. SE-E Biis two Performing Bears. Hi^Dea of Wild Wolves.; His'jttvorite Horse, "Kentucky," His tHree; Acting Dogs, Jack,, Jerry, ll?i" ( -"" ** ' •' '--' .' . •, * . Tom. wick will occupy ihe pulpit, talking to his fellow railway men and their families. All are iovited. When Richard Mansfield began playing "Beau Brummell," he introduced in*all the cities the new style collar and bow which is being shown so extensively in fine famishing houses, and Patterson was first to introduce them in Logansport some three weeks ago. The funeral of Mrs. M. L. Cassell will he. held from the A. M. E. church to-day at 2 o'clock p. m. The funeral services will he conducted by Rev. James Simeon. The Journal through an error in information stated yesterday morning that the funeral was held Friday afternoon. Why he bothered with two or three pairs of spectacles when one answers a better purpose. The. wafer combination spectacle by Profs. G. D. Edmonson & Son, enables the wearer to see everywhere, near and iar, same as in youth, they see better and last longer without change than any other spectacle made. The Prof, senior has been ill since he came to this city, but is now convalescent and will soon be able to do business, yet the young Professor has done a good business at Ben Martin's -jewelry store, where they will;continue to test eyes free and fit spectacles until Saturday night .the 14th. ;' All spectacle wearers do themselves injustice if they neglect to •call. d * w AKR Your Friends Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla what they think of it, and the replies will be positive in its favor. One has been cured of indigestion and dyspepsia, and another finds it indispensable for sick headache, others report remarkable cures of scrofula, salt rheum, etc. Truly, the best advertising which Hood's Sarsaparilla receives is the hearty endorsement of its array of friends. 6 \Vild TVewt Melo-Drama. Lovers of the hi£hly colored and sensational melo-drama will have an opportunity to gratify their tastes next Wednesday night when Frank I. Frains excellent company of actors and intelligent collection of bears, dogs and horses will hold the boards at Dolan's. "Si Slocum" needs no introduction and Frain is one of the best exponents of the sensational drama on the road. Look out for "Si Slocum." See the new bargains this coming week on the bargain counter; Monday they will be on front counter. Remnants of dress goods at 48 cents on the dollar; also -see those 36-inch cloths worth SO and 35 cents, only 22 cents. Seventy-nine dresses sold Saturday. Come with the crowd to the Trade Palace. Domestics Monday same as last week. Attention, Good Templars! All members in good standing of Logan Lodge No. 113, I. O. G. T., are requested to meet at thell hall on Mon> day evening,' March 9th, at -7:30 o'clock. Business of importance to be transacted. S. L. SBUiiTE, C. F. J. TJ. GASKTLL, 1 G-. E. JAMISON, > Committee. W. W. ARMSTRONG, ) Several special editions have been attempted by. the Journal a few years ago; but they were hastily and somewhat unsystematically compiled, the engravings were defective and the papers not properly circulated. We shall with this issue make decided improvements over the past and we think we have hit upon a plan for circulating the Edition that cannot fail to bring good results to the city and the patrons. Some of our business men suggest that "we have had to much of this thing" and what we need is for our capitalists to put in more manufactories etc. In fact to be willing to turn up something instead of waiting for some one else to come and show their enterprise, While they depend upon the rise of real estate for continued wealth. The suggestions are pertinent, and yet because wealthy people will not always do what they should is no good reason why men with less capital should not keep on trying. The same kind of reasoning, that because Logansport is a healthy, picturesque and thriving city everybody will find it out, without our putting it in .cold type, is used every day by the '.'."old fogy" who does not advertise, and vet shrewd business men are aware that a very large per centasje of the active men who attain success are those who advertise', send out something new every duy, or at least every week. A constant reiteration of what you have 1 clothed in different language is what every pushing enterprise needs, and is what the Daily Journal proposes giving the public regarding our beautiful city. Logansport has reached a point at which she has many friends and products in all sections ol the country to speak for her enterprise, but we 'can no more afford to discontinue sending forth carefully written literature in her behalf, than the successful merchant can abandon the use of the public prints. Every progressive merchant, manufacturer or municipality must let their light shine if they desire continual prosperity. We desire to show the magnitude' of the business of our city and we ask every manufacturer, merchant and businessman to lend us his assistance. Our solicitor will call upon those who have not yet secured space for this, the coming boom edition of our city and as we want to have the city's business interests fully represented we trust they will at once arrange for representation therein. Arrangements have been completed for circulating the papers throughout the country besides a large amount will be circulated in the immediate neighborhood as a direct benefit to our local interests. The canvass will close in a few days. BOYS, "A SNAPI" 100 Boy's Knee-Pant Suits, (4 to 14 years,) Worth $2.00 to $3.00, Choice for $1.5O, Which includes a Beautiful "DTT.O"- Hand Sled Iron Frame, FREE OP CHARGE! OTTO A. KRAUS. P S This offer only holds sood .while the snowJa^ts. J "-' . • - . - ofii THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! i-i I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Articles and sell at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods. Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in perscriptkm work l'oui>. ( ^ H, C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Neap Pearl. • THE MEETINGS CLOSED. Lndiew, Attention! Now is the time to get your Easter dresses, and under no one roof in Logansport are their to be seen such novelties in such endless varieties and styles as are to be seen at the Trade Palace. We are warranted in saying that our complete assortment of dress goods entitles us to take a rank second to no house in this State in this department. If polite salesmen and prices will induce you to buy we will say your trade is ours. Please give us a call. No end to bargains this week, at the Trade Palace. Tue "Kniisfix Cyclone" on Labor and Agriculture. Its 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. '• Get your carpets, lace curtains and draperies, now at the Trade Palce. The Prohibitionists concluded their meetings last night at Good Templars hall. A good audience greeted Mr. Bennett and for a full hour and a half he held the closest attention in his talk upon labor and agriculture and class legislation. He made the declaration that 31,000 men in the United States owned thirty-five billions of dollars, over half the wealth of the entire country. He said that at . the close of the. Revolutionary ,war General George Washington, The Father of his County, was the wealthiest man in the nation; that fifty years ago we had only one mill- iocair in this county, now we have over 600 of them. This great amassment of wealth he. thought was the result of legislation,, monopolies, trusts and combines. He was against all class legislation without stating any 'legislation that was of that character, saying that class legislation had been the bane of our nation for over thirty yeais. His speech was heartilyvap- plauded. The Hooaier quartette excelled all previous efforts, Mr. J. Morris Widney, the basso, bringing down the house with his imitation of the crowing rooster. . , J. M. Burwick presided at the meeting, and Dr. D. L. Overholser leading in prayer.. This closes Mr. Bennett's three week's engagement in Cass county, excepting next Tuesday and Wednesday evening when they hold forth at Royal Center. We invite you to come and take a look throughout our entire establishment. See what we are able to do 'for you. The spring season of '91, we will endeavor to have recorded as one of bargains such as you never heard of... Ou'r aim, as in the past, will not be one to cut on qua.lity.but look out for low prices.—Bee Hive. Wait for Moore's opening. Hydrophobia from Cii Bites. "Cat bites," said Dr. Gibler of the Pasteur Institute at New_ York, "are much more common in Paris than they are here. Since I have been in this country I have treated only two persons whom I had reason to believe were bitten by mad cats. In Paris mad cats are almost as common as mad dogs. People are often bitten by them while returning from the theater. The cats shun the light and take refuge in dark hallways. The noise of • the people groping their way up the stairs late at night stirs the animals up, and often they fly at the faces of their disturbers. Before Pasteur, many people died in Paris from hydrophobia resulting from cat bites. But hydrophobia, whether caused by cats or dogs, is far more prevalent abroad than it is in this coiin- try." __, Xcgrlectcd Blascles. "I want to see the professor," said a rather faded-looking woman as she went into the gymnasium. "I am he." "Could I offer a suggestion?" "Certainly." "Well, it seems to me that it might'be a very good idea to fix up some arrangements in the shape of coal-scuttles, load them iip pretty heavy and offer a prize to the young man who can lift one the oftenest. It does look as if the gymnasium didn't do much for the muscles you have to use in lifting- a coal-scut- fl e- "—Washington Post. . —The best mode of keeping improper thoughts out of, our minds is to keep those minds so filled 1 with good thoughts that there will be no room for improper thoughts. Re who acts upon this rule will generally have not much, trouble with bad thoughts. Such thoughts will not be his usual companions.—N. Y. Independent. La Grippe Again. During the epidemic of la grippe li season Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, provedV, to be the best remedy. Repoits ^ the many who used it confirm, this,; statement. They were not only quick--^ ]y relieved, but the disease left no results. We ask you to give this"£ remedy a trial and we guarantee that yon-will "'be satisfied-'-with results, or the purchase price refunded. ' It has no equal in la grippe, or any throat 1 ,' chest or lung tronble. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling's drug store." Large bottles, 50c and $1-00 2 . — '^^. —.— Suyx the Southern Medical Worlds ••Mother's Friend" is giowing in __. ..^ throughout the South and is highly % recommended by physicians. Wa'i consider it indispensable to those Tvio..- know they must pass through, the or,-jj deal of child-birth. Write Bradfiel,d^ Keg. Co.. Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. ^ Sola by Ben Fisher: to8 K,ev. Van Bennett will preach at tb following places to-day 11 a. m. a,t the Broadway M. E. church, 7.30 ; at the Wheatland street'M. E. church,^ He will also lecture at the Bap.tistj church, at 2:30 p. m. Subject- '"Our: Boys and how to save them " Admis-,, sion free. The public is cordially'ih-^ vited to all these meetings. "* The Soap that Gleans Most is Lenox. Both the method and results^ Syrip of .Figs is taken; it is plenaat***; and refreshiug to the taste, and acti* gently yet- promptly on the Kidneys] Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sy» tern effectually, dispels colds, tead-j aches and fevers and cures habitu 1 constipation. Syrup of Figs ifl only remedy of its kind ever "pro duced, pleasing'to'the taste acd'ac- ceptable , to,.the, stomach, prompt' i its actionAnd .truly; beneficial uri effects, prepared oniy from the mos healthy ana-agreeable substances,iit many excellent qualities commend to all and have made it the popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale In 60 and £l bottles by all leading' dru gists. Any'reliable druggisto -whtf may not have it on hand will>~ cure it promptly for any one, wishes to try it. "• Do not accept substitute. - ' ' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO Si4/V FRANQiaOO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kf. NEW YOM. *.! yor sale t>yB. F. ; . Keesllng <md all draggku

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