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March 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 Only 4 dozen left OF THE Fiiie;, : Decorated China •Cuspidores The above we are selling- for 25e. think of it. Don't -wait! .Regular Price 75 cents. The Grand Bazaar FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. Ladies $500 Reward. Dr. Anderson's English Female Regulating Pills ore the B»fest and most reliable. Give them a. trial and be convinced. At Drug Store or by mall, post-paid per box $1.00, 3 boxes for S2.50. HI oka ;iTIcdIcIno Co., ToJedo, O. Mention paper. Iebl9d&w3m MONEY TO LOAN, n any iram at tie LOWEST rates. Private tuufli onlj. Money elwoyp In heed. No red tape or delay. Interest and principal payable In LoRin*. port, Special arrangement* an to payment at principal and Interest, made to enlt the wishes ol Dorrower* For further partlonlare apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. MONEY, General Ineurauct snd Lo»n». AllklEde of In- •nranoe plao*a In flret class companies. Endow mant policies purchased. Bonds of miretyal. written for parties holding positions of tram •here a bond It required. 319 PEAKJL ST. S. M. Closson. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing my work to the musical people of Logunsport 1 have reduced rny price for tuning Pianos, §2-60 to SI.60. I also keep oa hand a full su^pb of repairing matt-rial. Pianos repaired, restrnng, new hammers, tone regulated, action refilled, the touch chanced heavy or llent. First-class work. 33 years experience. Address by mail or left at Allen Richardson^, 41.4 Fourth Street' Organs as above, marlldSm . IV. ». CAPRON. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Wednesday Eve. March 11. The Celebrated Actor FRANK I. FRAYNE, In his Beautiful Melo-drama in five acts, "SI. SLOCUM," And his Faithful Dog'"Jack," Dumbells, 28' cents to OS cents, a\, the Bazaar. Found, a jewelry check, owner inquire at this office. Mr. I. N. Crawford departed for New York on business. Don't miss the bargain sale to-morrow at the Trade Palace. The original ''Old Si Slocum" at Dolan's to-morrow night. Rev. Jox went to Marion yesterday to conduct divine services. Exclusive designs ' in French high art dress goods.—Bee Hive. One pair misses and children's hose 3 cents, ? pairs 5 cents—seamless—at the Trade Palace. When you can't think where you saw some useful article it is ten to one it was at Hanna's. Miss Lou Johnson of Evansville spent Sunday in the city and went to Chicago yesterday. Let your children expand their chests by using a pair of Indian clubs. The Bazaar keeps them. Met-rick's thread made by American workmen and Union labor, sold only by Patterson, the Haberdasher. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin are rejoicing over the advent of a bright eysd girl baby into their pleasant home. On account of the death of his randdaughter, Judge• McConnell is not presiding over the Circuit Court, Judge Chase taking the bench. Boiled ham, raw ham sliced, pickled pigs feet, pickled tongue, pickled icart. pickled tripe, spare ribs and resh pork sausage to-day at A. Hubler's. Schuyler Myers, accompanied by Mart Reid, of Cleveland and John Powers, of Lafayette went to Cambridge City this morning to attend the Dig horse sale. Martin Shaffer, convicted of the murder of Ed Lowry, >vas taken to Michigan City yesterday to serve a fiteen years term. Deputy Sheriff 3-allagher and James McKague escort- d.iho prisoner. Thirty years experience in the dry "•oods trade, doing business with the Baaing importers of the United States, uying in the quantities as we do, gives he Bee Hive advantages not enjoyed by any competitors in our line. The proprietors of the "Senate" saloon have dissolved partnership, P. J. Farrell buying John Tierney's interest' and continuing the management of the same. Tierney has purchased Bernard Bligh's saloon on Market street,taking possession yesterday. The annual meeting of the Wo men's Missionary Societies of the Baptist Church, will be held in the lecture-room of the church to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon at half-past 2 o'clock. It is earnestly desired'that the menbers of-the society be present. We hope there will be an increase in membership and earnest workers for Christ this coming year. On Saturday morning Charles Wip- He Knocked Out Mat HalneM. A good story is related of Rev. Dr. R. 0. Post, of Jacksonville, 111., who lectured at Center church on Sunday .evening. He was in college at the same time with Rev. M. L. Haines of Indianapolis, and at a time when athletics were on the . boom. Mr Haines was the champion boxer of the college and nothing delighted him more than to get hold of some unsuspecting victim and "do him up." Mr. Post, a new student, was duly ushered into the awful presence one d.ay and induced for a pastime to put on the gloves with Mat Haines, who --was just learning." Nothing loth young Post did as requested and before he knew what was the matter he lay on his back from a well directed blow on the nose. He immediately doffed the gloves and quietly retired. But the affair was not ended for Post at once went into regular training aiid put himself under the tutelage of a skilled pugilist. . His training was heroic and kept as still as death. Some three months after the first little encounter champion Haines was surprised to witness the whilom victim appear upon the bloody sands and astonised when he consented to 'put on the gloves." Grinning a ghastly grin the champion cracked his heels together and prepared to chew up his man in the most approved style. Joyously he bounded toward his prey chuckling with glee. The erstwhile victim made a feint and catching Haines off his guard planted a terrific blow on his nose which Utterly lifted him off his feet and landed him several feet away. Mr. Haines did not come up when time was called and Post, though conquerer, forsook the manly art then and there.—Crawfordsville Journal. A Great Spectacular Pluy. A large audience yelled itself hoarse over the numerous thrilling climaxes of "The Fast Mail" last night, and the several sensational surprises in the way of mechanical and scenic effects were applauded to the echo, and exclamations of surprise and wonderment were heard on all sides. Ol the play and. players but little can be said, however, all sustained their parts fairly. But with such staging the audience did not much care what kind of work the actors did so long as the climaxes were reached in good shape. The .eye rather than the ear was appealed to. The steamboat explosion, the passage of the freight train with its puffing "iron horse," and fourteen lumbering freight cars, the lightning like passage of the fast mail and ihe grandeur of Niagara by moonlight, the mist rising up from, the falls and the eternal roar of the awful waters, each spectacle clothing the play with additional interest, that was enough for the audience and it was a delighted crowd which filed out of the house after the show was over. perman fell from a load of hay at his SEE His two Performing 1 Bears. His Den of Wild Wolves. His.Eavorite .Horse, ' 'Kentucky," His three Acting 1 Dogs, Jack, Jerry, Tom. Daily Journal. TUESDAY , JVIOKNING, MARCH 10. To the front as usual with the lowe- est prices.-r^Golden Rule. Noveltiea in real laces—no such stock ever arrived here.—-Bee Hive. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured b'y Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend' Ind., manufactures famous "Blush of Koses." , B. F. Keesling- sells more than any- other" druggist in Logansport. ~ """ . • 5— farm three miles south of town and it was feared tor a while that he had sustained fatal injuries. Dr. J. H. Shultz attended to the injured man, and declares that he will get along- all right. He fell upon his head and shoulders, and his escape from a broken neck was well nigh miraculous. He still suffers severely, but is in no immediate dan. ger. On Sunday Rev. J. R. Lamb closed his ministerial relation to _the Cumberland Presbyterian church, having resigned that he may complete his studies at the theological seminary. Rev. Lamb in his pastorate of the past two years has endeared himself to his congregation, and his flock and many friends regret to see him and his young- wife depart. The very warmest of well wishes follow Mr. and Mrs. Lamb wherever they may go. The princes of the Orient will induct seven candidates into the mysteries of the sublime • degree to-night The veil will be rent asunder and the mysteries of the inner of inners will be laid bare to the gaze of the seekers after sublime truths. The devil has had his tail newly twisted and his horns polished for the occasion, the goat his whiskers curled, while the brass works have been freshly polished and a sufficient quantity of brimstone laid in. The Grand. Padisha and his most exalted high, muck-a- muckswill don new robes in honor o'f the event, and all the princes will be there in all their glory. A 31 yn i cry. How the human system ever recovers from the bad -effects of the nauseous- medicines often literally poured into it for the suppositive re lief of dyspepsia, liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and other ailments, is a mystery. The mischief done by bad medicines is scarcely less than that caused by disease. If they who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated or rheumatic, would oftener be guided by the experience of invalids who have thoroughly testedHostetter's Stomach Bitters, they would in every instance obtain the speediest aid derivable from rational medication. This medicine is a searching and at the same time a thoroughly safe remedy, derived from vegetable sources, and possessing, in consequence of its basis of pure spirits, properties as a medicinal stimulant not to be found in the fiery local bitter and stimulants often resorted to by the debilitated, dyspeptic and languid. Now Try Till*. . It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, if you have a Cough, Cold or any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's New • Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guarranteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe fund it just the thing and undei* its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing- it is. Trial bottles free at B. F. Keesling'a Drug Store. Larjre size 50c. and $1.00. 3 She Suffered for Fifteen Years. My wife has suffered for fifteen years from congestion and painful menstruation. After using three bottles of Bradfleld'ti Female Regulator she is now able to do her house work and go where she pleases J. W. DAVIS, Moravian Falls N. C. Write Bradfield Reg. Co.,, Atlanta, Ga.., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to!5 "Bo It Re«olve<l-" - Miami. Lodge No. 5125, F. M. B..A., met at Adamsboro ou the 6th inst and adopted the following resolutions and demands: 1. We demand a just and equitable system on graduated taxes on incomes. 2. We favor the election of President, vice-president and Senators by a, direct vote of the people. D3. We demand the passage of the Conger lard bill. 4. We demand pure food and drugs. 5. We demand that county printing be done by, and stationary be purchased of the lowest responsiblebidder. 6. We demand free and unlimited- coinage of silver with the under-standing that the government purchase all the silver bullion produced in the United States, which is offered at market rates. But in case .the government coins the oullion, it shall be entitled to the difference between the metal vnlue of a silver dollar- arid its coin value. 7. We demand the passage of laws prohibiting-alien ownership of land,aud that Congress take prompt action to devise some plan to obtain ail land owned by aliens and foreign syndicates, and that all lands now held by railroads and other corporations in excess of such as is actually used by them, be reclaimed by the government and held for actual settlers only. 8. Resolved, That in the great battle between monopoly and free competition, that we believe that these commercial monsters, known as trusts and combines, should be suppressed by stringent State and National laws, and that their charter be annulled, and that those engaged in these unjust combinations be imprisoned for life. 9. Resolved, That we will not support for office, either by influence or .vote, any candidate who accepts a railroad pass from any railroad corporation: 10. We are in favor of a compulsory education law, free school books, and the establishment of schools for incorrigibles. 11. We are opposed to civil service reform. 12. Resolved, That we demand a law making null and void, and uncol- lectable, any promissory note, due bill, stocks, bonds or chattel mortgage, or any other evidence of indebtedness held after the first Monday in April of any year; provided the same shall not have the assessor's stamp upon it, showing that the same has been listed for taxation. 13. We favor a general pension to those soldiers who fought in the defense of the Union based on service. 14. We are unalterably opposed to the F. M. B. A's. aBUating with the Democratic or Republican party in political struggles. 15. Resolved, That the liquor traffic is an enemy to the home, to society, to church and to State, and that the time has come when Christian people and all lovers of good government should cease to he indifferent, and unite their efforts for the suppression of the evil. Iti. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be furnished to each of the three leading newspapers of Cass county far publication. A. E. FI.OKA, Sec. BOYS, "A SNAP!" 100 Boy's Knee-Pant Suits, (4 to 14 years,) Worth $2.00 to $3.00, Choice for $15O, Which includes a Beautiful "OTTO" Hand Sled Iron Frame, FREE OF CHARGE" OTTO A. KRAUS. P. S. This offer only holds good while the snow lasts. ;. _* ". THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Articles and selj at LOWEST PRICES cousistent with the quality of the goods. Full line ofSquibb's preparations for use in perscription work. Yours,' ' H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist,; 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. BRIEF DISPATCHES. Fits, spasms, St. Vitus dance nervousness and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. Miles': -Nervine. ; Free" samples : atB.-F. Keesling'a (4) Beutlis. Joseph B. Crawshaw, aged 17 years, died at the residence of his brother, Goorge Crawshaw, on Canal street yesterday at 12:15, of consumption. The infant child of Mr.and Mrs.Fred Neville died on Sunday and was buried yesterday, services being conducted at St. Vincent church by Rev. Father Campion at 4 o'clock. Robert Groves, the three-weeks old son of Mr.and Mrs. A. L. Furbee, died at the residence of C. B. Knowlton.on Eel River avenue Saturday afternoon and was buried Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, services conducted by Rev. Dr. Putnam. The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Flaneigan wife of Owen Flannigan, who died at her home in Shultztown Saturday night, will be held at 9 o'clock this morning- from St. - Vincent de Paul church, Rev. Father Campion officiating. The remains will be taken on the 1:15-tra : n train to Philadelphia for interment. Yesterday morning at 10:15 o'clock death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. MeConnell and took from them their little daughter, Marjorie, aged 11 months and nine days. Tag babe, was ill less than ten days, congestion of the brain being the cause of death. Mr. and Mrs. McConnell in their hour of affliction, in the loss of their only child have the sympathy of the entire community. Purify you blood, Build up your nerves, Restore your strength, Renew your appetite, : Cure scrofula, salt rheum. Dyspepsia,, sick headache, Catarrh, rheumatism or malaria— . Take Hoods Sarsaparilla, 100 doses one dollar, 7 I IN Rxcclleut QnalltlcH 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. Steamers landed 1,072 immigrants in New York on Sunday.«. Mrs. Annie Jones, of Cleveland, 0., celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday, ' Chris Xelson, in attempting to board amoving train at Mill Creek, la., was cut to pieces. Five members of the family of Chris Weinberg. of Ida county, la., have died of trichinosis. Lou Johnson, an engineer, was burned to death by an explosion of gas in a furnace at Lima,, 0. The coroner's jury has decided that the Jeanesville mine disaster was due to the use of f aultv maps. Z. E. Simmons, of Lexington. Ky., lost by deatli the stallion Ferguson, 11 years old, and valued at $35.000. A 2-year-old daughter of Frank Lyman fell in a tub of boiling water and was boiled to death at Lima, 0. John Hokenson, a saloonkeeper of St. Paul, Minn., was burned to death by trie explosion of a gasoline stove. Governor \Yinans" condition remains unchanged, doctors declaring themselves unable to diagnose the disease.' Carl Teichert, a Helena (Mont) saloonkeeper, shot and fatally wounded Mrs. Grady, his landlady, Sunday afternoon. A man registering as J. F. Cue committed suicide at a Jackson (Mich.) hotel Sunday nig-lit by taking 1 morphine. The dry g-oods store, of E. B. Ogilvic at Madison, \Vis., was entered by burglars and silk goods amounting to $508 stolen. Oscar Harper, of Carroll ton. 111., while engaged in sawing lumber, accidentally fell across the saw and was cut in two. Col. Israel Underwood, one of the spectators shot in the recent sensational street tragedy in Columbus. 0., has died. • Mrs. David King-, of Cedar Jiapids, la., received, probably fatal injuries by being- knocked out of a cutter by a runaway team. Mrs. Francis Taylor, of Champaign, 111., has sued the Illinois Central for S10,000 damages for injuries received in getting- off a train. At Helena, Ark., William Hider shot and killed George Gibson. Hider was trying- to discharge a g-un which had before failed to explode. A. S. Hodgson, for twenty-five years a trusted employe of Jutte & Co., Pittsburgh coal • operators, raised a check from £i2 to $4,200, and decamped. Sundaf Nfgbt Burglar*. ' - J Burglars effected an entrance into Charles Homing's boot, and shoe shop on Broadway Sunday night and stole- goods to the amount of §35. Mr B. Z. Lewis who occupied part of the room as a jewelry store suffered lightly at the hands of the mid-night plunderers. The police have no clue of the identity of the burglars. Order of the Orient. The Grand Order of the Client will meet this evening at S o'clock sharp at the Logan Grey armory. Those having application for member*bit> on u hand should leave .same w th -BLFi Keesling, A. P. Jenks or Geo. Gon.ser3 Bv order of 0. B. SARGENT, G P. MURDERED HER DAUGHTERS. After Cutting Xbeir Uiroats Sirs. Belknajr Commits Suicide. MILAN; Tenn., March 0.—Mrs. Sarali Belknap, at Darden, .Henderson county, Friday night crept into the sleeping-" room of her two daughters, Mary and, Ella, and cut their throats and then cut her own. The tragedy was net discovered until Saturday morning. A physician was immediately summoned and the woman revived for a shorfo time, hut finally expired, giving no reason for her terrible act. The chil." dren are flea' 1 : *'<£ • i J .1 U't' pTT"^ 1 H . ^_ siliot Deail in Sunday-school. ir, Pa., March. 9.—Harvey Bankert, aged 17, displayed a revolver ia Sunday-school, and Frankie Smith, aged 12 years, wanted to see it work. It worked and Bankert fell dead, shot through the brain, while Frankie is in jail charged with murder, though- it is claimed the shooting was accidental. They Are After Funds, LONDON, March, 9.—Messrs. James J. O'Kelly, John O'Connor, Henry Harrison and John Redmond, Irish members of parliament, sailed from, Queenstpwn for this country Sunday to solicit funds to carry on the Parnell campaign in Ireland. . tvomi v. rjno lE-eruseti a JParUon. WASHINGTON, .March !).—The president has refused to pardon-John C. Eno of New York, .who was convicted of b ank wtviking 1 . Both the method and results whet Syrap of,Figs is taken; iris pleasant and refreshing to the taste;'and acti gently yet promptly on the' Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, head- > " J " aches and 1 fevers and cures habitual "^ constipation. Syrup of Figs is 'tit ,„ j only remedy of its kind ever pro.,, duced, pleasing to the taste asd ac-,\ eeptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial urits '"'" effects, prepared only from the most"-"' healthy and agreeable substances, its.-' many excellent qualities commend it,<; to all and have made it the most M popular remedy known. , , Syrup, of Figs is for sale-in '50c aad SI bottles-T>y all leading drug- J gflsts. Any reliable druggist who "'• may not have it on hand will prtf- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any .. _ substitute. ' • , B ^~j CALIFORNIA FIG SrfiUJP CO 7" SAN FRAKGISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK, fl.l For sale bjB. P. reMlInsundall druggists

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