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March 12, 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 FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to AD. MONEY TO LOAN, n any sum at the LOWEST retes. n-WBtei fund oolj. Hone; always In bend. No rod ibp* or d»- t»7. Interest and principal payable iu IXH<^^' port. Special,irrangtimantfl KB to payment oi principal and Interest, mode to unit the wished o» D jrrower. JTor further partJonlarB apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. MON-E Y, QensralInsurant)* sad Loans. All kindu o; mranoe plao«d in first elase companies. mrat pollolen purohvned. Bonds of anresyfti. written for parties holding positions or truj vherft a bond Is required. 319 PEARL ST. S. M. Cl osson Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of introducing my work to the musical people ot Logansport I bave reduced my price lor tuning Pianos, $'2.50 to SI.50. I also keep on hand a full supplj of repairing material. Pianos repollshed, re.strunf,', new Hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavj or liglit. First-class work. 88 years experience. Orders by mail or left at Allen. Elchard- son.s, 4U Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlldSm W. B. CAPRON. THE Logansport Brewing Co. Genuine Old and Ripe Planchette, The Most Wonderful Gamt Out. To be had at Tlie Grand Bazaar, Don't Wait jUntll they are all Sold, but Come at Once. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, March 14th The Fireman's Ward COMPANY. PRICES 50, cent* Seats on sale at Keesling's drug store. Daily Journal. THTKSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12 be on the Market Next SATURDAY, March 14th. Planchett, the newest game out, at the Bazaar. As I defy any one to detects its use; 3. F. Keesilng sells "Blush of Roses" .0 nearly every young man in Logansport. S— If there is anything new out we ilwaysgetit. We have now the interesting game of plancbett.— The Bazaar. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles 1 Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) Huntington Herald:—Mrs. K. Franklin and Mrs. Harry Purcell of Logansport, are visiting at the home of Mrs. H. Franklin, on Market street. We are adding numberless bargains to erery department in our house. Do not pass the Bee Hive to-day if down street. It-will be to your interest to pay us a visit. Mr, William Burgman has opened a first-class meat market on the South Side, two doors south of bridge, where you can get fresh meats sau- J sage, bologna, etc., at all times. Give him a trial. mchlldSt F. E. Elper's new fruit stand, 402 Broadway, will be opened to the pub- lie this morning. His stock will be all new and fresh, and will consist of all kinds of fruits, candies, nuts, etc. Nothing but • first-class goods sold. Call and see him. Sunday night Idaville suffered at at the hands of burglars. The blacksmith shop of Wm. McCorkle: McAllister & Carson's drug store; J. H. Keed's drug store and M. H. Barnes' hardware store were entered and plundered of goods to a considerable amount. Mr. S. H. Hull, the photographer, has introduced a new process of enlarging pictures which has all the advantages of the crayon process but is considerably cheaper and even more to be desired than the old process in as much as its reproduction from the photograph is more accurate. He has several samples of . this new process which are much admired. Tuesday evening a merry crowd of young- folks gathered at the home of Mr. Will Paden in honor of his sister. Jennie from Camden, Ind., who departed for her home yesterday morning. The evening was spent in a very pleasant manner, the most enjoyable feature being. the "taffy pullin 1 which everybody present seemed to be "stuck" on. - The banjo, solo given by Chas. Paden was heartily -applauded. Miss Mae Howe is at Indianapolis. . "Jack" Hayes is among the latest of "grip" victims. '-The Fireman's Ward" at Dolan's next Saturday night. To. Mr. and Mrs. Hex.. Fox, of the West Side, a daughter. Byron Wilson went to Monticello last evening to call for a dance at that place. Mrs.. J. E. Sutton and daughter Ps3"che are visiting relatives at Indianapolis. George Sharpe of Kokomo, was shaking hands with his friends here yesterday. Another light fall of the beautiful covered the earth- with a white shroud last night. Lon Williams of Idaville, has taken a position as clerk at Jordan Heche's clothing store. Louis Lienemann departed for Botte City, Montana, yesterday. He will stop a few days at Chicago. Mr, and Mrs. Max Fisher returned Tuesday morning from a pleasant visit at Mrs. Fisher's former home in New York, Mrs. Elizabeth Wecht is suffering from a severely sprained knee, caused by a fall on the steps at her residence on Canal street. Jackson Hamilton, of the Pan Handle car shops, had his .right arm bioken yesterday by a heavy bar of iron falling on it. S. P. Grafflin was a visitor on the inside of the gates of Kokomo yesterday Not an unusual thing,however, for Sam 1o take the above trip. It is said that the citizens of Onward and vicinity are raising money by subscription to drill a gas well. Cass county may yet develop a gass well Marion Chronicle: Gerge Spun- and son went to Logansport this afternoon .. . .Tom Corder of Logansport is in the- city for a week's visit with old friends. The Journal is in receipt of some excellent samples of job printing from "Doc" Irons, a former devil in this office who now owns a print shop of his own in Tennessee, and is evidently prospering. M. Fornofl' sr.has resigned his office of coaloil inspector of this district,and John Day, of the Deutscb Zeitung, has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Herr Day filed his bond in the sum of §5,000 yesterday. The funeral of Mrs. Hauna Burch who died at 6 p. m. Tuesday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Louise Brown, No. C04 Chippewa street, West Side, at the age of 70 years, will be held from the residence at 8 a. tn. today, services conducted by Rev. Dr. Birch. Mr. S. S. Hull, the photographer, has on exhibition in his studio, a life size crayon portrait of the late John C. Clendenen in uniform of the Uniform Rank, K. P. which has attracted much attention, and is greatly admired by the friends]of the deceased who have seen it. The Journal is in receipt of an invitation to attend the sixth annual Commencement of the Purdue School of Pharmacy, to take place next Wednesday evening. In the list of graduates the name of Chas. C. Crampton, formerly of this city, is noticed with pleasure. Mr. Franklin H. Carney and Miss Mollie A. Miller were united in marriage by Rev. A. B. McMackin yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at his residence 302 Wheatland street. The young people took the afternoon train for Wabasb, where they will visit for several days. The funeral of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McConnell vvas held from the family residence on East Broadway yesterday afternoon and was quite largely attended by sympathizing friends. Services was conducted by Rev. E. S. Scott and interment made in Mt. Hope cemetery. James O'Neil, of the South Side, vvas arraigned in 'Squire Smith's court yesterday for provoking an assault on Mrs. Phosbe Ebbits. O'Neil plead guilty and was fined and costed §9 which he paid. The case possessed sufficiently* lurid features to attract quite a crowd into the dingy court visiting friends APPELLATE JUDGES. Kd^nr D. Cr 11 in pucker Appointed from Mil* Judicial IHNtrlct. Special to the Joaru.il. Indianapolis, Ind., March 1].—Governor Hovey yesterday appointed the following gentlemen Judges of the new Appelate Court, .provided for by the law-recently enacted: First District -Judge L. Rhinehart, Democrat, Rockport, Spencr county. Second District—Judge Jeptha D. New, Democrat, North Vernon, Jennings county. Third District—James B. Black, Republican, Indianapolis. Fourth District—Milton S. Kobin- son, Republican, Anderson. Madison county. Fifth District—Edgar D. Crarapack- er. Republican. Valparaiso, Porter county. Edgar E. Crumpacker is a member of the Valparaiso bar and professor of law in the Normal College, He is a lawyer of ability, He is well known in the Tenth district, having served as a member of the Republican State central committee from this district, for the past three years. An ObllElnij Brother. Bunker Hill Press: In the western part of Wabash county there is a family named Benner, consisting of father and two sons, "Pink" and '"Pod. 11 The wife and mother is dead. About a week ago "Pod" married a young; woman of this county and brought her home to do the work for family, but no sooner bad she seen "Pink" than she fell in love with him. When this ca<me to the knowledge of "Pod," he proposed a divorce at once so his wife could lawfully wed his brother, but the law does not grant divorces -on such grounds. Then "Pod" did the heroic, and voluntai-ially surrendered all matrimonial claims to his brother "Pink," and now "Pink" is in possession of "Pod's" wift, and "Pink," "Pod," the woman and the old man Benner are living under one roof much to their comfort and the scandal of the neighborhood. ' i 1 BOYS, "A SNAPf 100 Boy's Knee-Pant Suits, (4 to 14- years,) Worth $2.00 to $3.00, Choice for $1.50, 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 Article-- and sell" ' at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods, """""" Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in perscription work. You,r», H. C. PURCELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. The talk given by James Burwick to his fellow railroad men and their families at the Christian church last Sunday was so well received that Mr. Burwick has consented by request to '•repeat the talk. Not a great while 'ago "Jim" Burwick was one of the most graceless sinners, to use his own expression, in the city, but his conversion has been effectual. He is now a most earnest Christian worker and seeks every opportunity to point out to his fellow men the same saving grace which effected such a decided revolution in his being. He is an earnest and forcible talker and gives "the boys" deep cause for reflection. With all the talk of the state league to be formed for the coming season by the papers of Muncie. Ft. Wayne,Peru, Kokomo, Marion, Anderson, et al,, • 'ball talk" in Logansport has thus far been conspicuous for its scarcity. The blotting out of Dykeman's ball park has apparently knocked out the props from under the game in this city, and it is becoming 1 evident that if our people want ball this year they will have to go out of town to get it, as from all appearances there will be but little of the commodity here. room. Charles E. the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Thompson, died at the family residence on North street yesterday morning at 9:30 of congestion of the brain. The infant was aged 4 months and had been ill but a couple of days. The remains will be taken to Kokomo for interment this morning at 5:50, the funeral to occur at 3 p. m. . The postoffice is undergoing a metamorphosis, and the change from the dingy walls and dull ceiling to the bright and cheerful colors used in decorating the interior isswelcorned gladly. Paint and paper is doing its good, work. The distributing room now has a.fire proof ceiling, and some slight changes have been made in the arrangement of the room which gives the boys more room to work. Frliyne Dangerously III. Frank Trayne and his Wild West play "Si Slocum," did not materialize at Dolans last night. The cause of this is explained by the following telegram received by Manager Dolan yesterday morning: Laporte, Ind., March 11, 139]. Ifannger Dolan's Opera House. Frayne very sick. Doctor has. no hopes; family called to bedside. Cancel date. Compelled to j dissolve company. DAN KELLEY. It* .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. On last Saturday at Monticello, Curtis Swartzsawa favorite dog in imminent peril of being strck by a train and in his endeavor to save the animal was struck by the engine, receiving a broken jaw and other injuries which for a time were thought might result fatally. Peter Perl, a former Logansporter, is now sheriff of Macon county, Ills., and has sent invitations to friends in this city to be present at the execution of W. H. Crawford, at noon, next Saturday. Mr. Perl will preside over the affair. The young' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dritt was severely scalded by falling into a pan of hot water Tuesday. Her right arm was very badlv burned. FACTS JJltlEFLY STATED. opened Tuesday at Personal Liberty v*. I^liynical Slavery" While we are free American citizens, enjoying .pur personal liberty; but most of us are in physical slavery, suffering from scrofula, salt rheum or some other form of impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great blood purifier which disolves the bonds of disease, gives health and perfect physical liberty. . 1 She Suffered for Fifteen Voarn. My wife has suffered for fifteen years from congestion and painful menstruation. After using three bottles of Bradfleld's Female Regulator she is now able to do her house work and g-o where she pleases. J. W. DAVIS, Moravian Falls N. C. \ Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. ' tolo I. O. o- V- Notice. AH members of- the committee on the location of : the. Odd Fellows' Home are requested to meet at I. 0. 0. F. Hall Friday evening at 7 p. m. sharp. By order of-President/ H. 3. McSHEEHV, Sec'y. The citrus fair Los Angeles, Cal. Near Pineson, Tenn., Saturday Scott Bradford, a negro, was shot and killed by persons unknown. Hon. George H. Hand, a prominent citizen of South Dakota for twenty- five years, died Txtesday at Pierre. A company lias been organized • with a capital of §1,500,000 to provide Kansas City with a belt line and railway terminal facilities. Congressman Hreckmridjje, of Kentucky, is critically ill at Pensaeola. He was caug-ht in the rain at the review of the South Atlantic squadron. Three indictments against parties for attempting to Jbribe jurors in the Hen- hessy case were returned by the grand jury at New Orleans, Txiesday. An electric street car at Dubuqne, la., became unmanageable Tuesday and dashed down a steep hill. Joseph Nairn was thrown off and fatally hurt, Russian persecution, of the Jews is increasing in severity. As a result about 100.000 of 1;he poorer class of Jews have embraced Russian orthodoxy. The common council of Menasha, Wis., has forwarded a remonstrance to every member of the legislature against the proposed union of Neenah . and Menasba. Keno F.. the 7-year-old gelding 1 , winner of the Flour City stake at Rochester, N. Y.,_ last fall, was purchased Tuesday by Everett L. Smith, Cf Boston, for 315,000. Fire Tuesday destroyed the Burt building and pitted the Dental manufacturing building at Buffalo, N. Y., causing a total loss of $225,000, nearly covered by insurance. The Tennessee house of representatives lias passed a bill prohibiting-'the running of freight and excursion, trains on Sunday, with the exception : of those carrying- fruit and live stock. After a separation, of forty. years William : H. Todd (colored) living at Washington Court-House, O., has learned that hib mother, now 100 years old, is living- at Atlanta, Ga.. with three .sons.. Noiv Try Tlit*. " It will cost you nothing and will/ surely do you good, if you have a i Cough, Cold or any trouble wit!xi< 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 Guppe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery, ' Try a sample bottle at oui expense and learn for yourself just how good a ' thing it is. Trial bottles free at B- F. Reesling's" Drug Store. laijre size 50c. and $1.00. S "The Fireman's Ward'' company a. 1 strong- melo-drarnatic attraction will' / be a Dolans Saturday night. The ( < company is composed of first-class ar-.'- tists, exclusively, and the play is one full of thrilling climaxes and is sure to enthuse. The trip made bj .this company daring the present season has been a. most prosperous one atuL^ the press everywhere speaks highly of' their entertainment. Both the method and results -whet | SyrAp of Figs is .taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the, taste, and act4 gently yet promptly .on'."tie Kidneys,. , Liver .and Bowels, cleanses the system -effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual ' constipation. Syrup of Figs is thf i only remedy or its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste acd ac-^ ceptable to the stomach, prompt, in o/ its action and truly_ beneficial m its effects, prepared only from .the most u healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the Tnostr u popular remedy known. <' fj Syrup of Figs is for sale In 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug- gtsts.' Any reliable druggist who „ may not have it on Land will pro-" ' cure it promptly for any .one whan, wishes to try it Do not accept any ,, substitute. •CALIFORNIA- FIQ SYRUP C&^ fi SAN FKANQISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NKW YORK, H.I "' * e 7oi sale byB. 'F. Kewltngnndall dnmjtlstrr 1 ~> . Ladies $500 Reward,*" ^" Dr. Anderson's English Female Reeulatinir , Pills am the ««fent and most reliable Glv6 theto a trial and he eonvj ced. At Drug Store or tar , mall, post-paid per box tl.00, S lx>xes for (2 Hi" ,Moka Mtdlclno Co., Toledo, (h >'„ t' .Mention paper JfeW9a*w3