Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 13, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 13, 1891
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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle of Pineapple Cough Syrup, at *m ••—•""""'X >. m •- . SPRUNG. FREE READ ING ROOM, ..Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, n any Bran Rt Use LOWEST ra\es. Private tniidi only. Money always is hand. No red tape or Salty. Interest and principal payable in Lossim port. Special arrangements ee to payment o! principal and Interest, mad* to salt the wishes ol Dorrower. For farther partloulare apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. '214 yooith street, opposite Court Rouse. MONEY, General Insurance and Loum. All kinds o! 1C turnnoeplsc«d In first elafte companies. .Endow ment policies pnrcbided, Bonds of .iraretysj written tor parties' folding poBltlenn nf iron •hers a bond IB required. 319 FEJJRt ST. S. M. C loss on Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of introducing my work to the musical people ol Logansport 1 luive reduced ray prlcefor tuning Pianos, $2.50 to SI.50- I also keep oc Land a f i.ll suppl) ol repairing mntrrial. Pianos -repolished, restrung, new uammers, tone regulated, action tewalted, the touch changed Heavy or llgi't. Flrstc!ass work. 33 jears experience. Orders by mall or left at Allen Rlcliard- son,s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlldSm W. ». CAPKCKS. THE Logansport Brewing Co. / Genuine Old and Ripe BoeK Beer! Will be on the Market Next SATURDAY, March 14th. Planchette, The'Most Wonderful Out. To l)e had at The Grand Bazaar, Don't SWait lUntil they are all Sold, out Come at Once. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, March 14ffi The Fireman's Ward COMPANY. PRICES 25, 50, 75 cents Seats on sale at Keesling's drug store. Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13. Planchett, the new game, at the Bazaar. Mr. C. C. Kent, of Kentland, was in the city yesterday. Dolan & Twomey are selling oysters at 28 cents per can. George Layne of Royal Centre, was in the city yesterday. The finest line of dress robes in the city, at the Golden Rule. Get your Easter dresses at Moore's and have the latest styles. Our opening—a pail of 23-cent fine cut this' evening at Foley's. Star tobacco, 3Sc.. Joker 20c. and Black well's Durham 45c., at Foley's. The latest styles in silk for draper ies are now on display at H. Wiler & Co.'s. Dolan & Twomey sells eggs at 12* cents, fresh butter, 18 cents, and hams B\ cents. Angola cloth, Atlas linen, the newest materials for table covers, at H. Wiler & Go's. By all means, visit us to-day and see the lovely dress goods we are opening daily.—Bee Hive. Exceptional low prices on wall paper' now. Take advantage of our special offerings.—H. Wiler & Co. A big item, 33J per cent, saved by baying lace curtains, window shades and draperies, atH. Wiler & Go's. Every person not satisfied with '-Blush ot Roses" is requested to write the manufacturer, Miss Flora A. Jones, South. Bend, Ind. 10— Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) Prices tell and you tell the prices Otto sells Oxford ties, patent laather tip, for 75 cents. Cheap if you want to use them for slippers. The lowest prices on dornesties, hosiery and imported dress goods. The lo» est prices in all departments—not baits—but bargains.—Golden Rule. We callssour attention to our wall paper department which, is undoubtedly the greatest retail stock ever shown. Prices as of old, way below competition.—H. Wiler & Co. M. J. Clancy, Joe Hennings, Dan Watson and W. W. Dimmick of Kokomo, came over yesterday to assist the Logansport Elks innitiate a number of candidates last evening. Everybody testifies to the truth of our assertion that .the prices we quote on new stylish, and desirable carpets, wall paper and draperies, are far below any and all competition.—H. Wiler & Co. I Editor Journal: Noticing your oiler to publish poetry on Soring at ten cents 11 line 1 enclose the following with check.] Winter llred from lap of spring. Birds go North on nimble wing. Base ball magnates choose tne nmpli'i 1 ; Icemen's prices, per lump, higher. Dainty blossoms 1111 wllh fragrance; Corners swarm with loafing vagrants; Kasterbo nets I) II with envcy— Cost, papa's not less than tenV. Children shout iic bill boards "lookey!" Circus conies, children play "hookey." Cluwns get olt ye ancient Joke, i Progs at twilight madly croak. Young man's fancy lightly turns, Waning ardor anew burns; Couples ramble In tbe twllulit, Raindrops patter on the skylight. r (ietitle .spring we gladly greet thee. Thine let all the praises sweet be, Could we but arrange the thing ~We's\ make lite perpetual spring. AND THEY WERE WED. rue W. Layiic nnd Ml*.* -iiMt. of Itoynl Center Tliclr Friend* Greatly. Last evening- the hospitable residence of Mr. John W. Lttyne at Royal Center was the scene of a quite surprising and rather unusual event, Pursuant to invitations which had been extended a due tims in advance about seventy-five guests gathered at the Layne residence to enjoy a "party" announced on the card of invitation. Little, however, did th'e guests think of thj surprise that was in store for them. Mr. George W. Lay a e, the handsome young son of the house, was there as was aiso Miss—or at least all.supposed it to be '-Miss"— Laura Grant, one of Royal Center's most charming young ladies. None noticed however that George paid anymore attention to Laura than he did to the numerous other young ladies of the party and there was not the least suspicioa that any other than relations of cordial friendship existed between the handsome couple, therefore the surprise was all the more complete when during the course of the evening young Mr. Layne and Miss Grant stood side by side in the centre of the room surrounded by their friends who had for the moment been hushed by the announcement of a surprise coming and the following notice from the Bloomington, (111,) Daily Pantagraph of February 26, was read amid a breathless* hush. / A liOJIAXTIC MAKKIAG-E.. Several weeks ago Miss Laura Grant, a beautiful and charming young lady, shy and sharp, of Royal Center, ind., came to Bloomington, 111., ostensibly to visit her sister, Mrs. A. M. Farreil, but really, it would seem, for matrimonial purposes. Shortly after her arrival here, Mr,. George W. Layne, one of the proprietors of the Royal Mills, of Royal Centre, a young man rather tall and slender in form, of ruddy and open countenance and pleasing address and personal appearance, chanced (?) to come around this way. He naturally gravitated toward the home where Miss Grant was being entertained, and having previously made all necessary arrangements through a prominent citizen with Rev. W. A Smith, pastor of Grace M. E. church to effect a consummation devoutly to be wished, he and bis chosen concluded to take a walk, and came to the manse of said church Jan. 24, '91, and desired, as candidates for matrimony, to be made one at once. They did not say which one, but as they came duly authorized by the proper official, having taken all the required legal steps, the presiding ecclesiastic, in the presence of the "mistress of the house" and a few friends proceeded to make them husband and wife, uniting them in a golden kn-6t which can not be untied, and left them to settle the question as to which one they had been made. They returned from their apparently aimless walk", the bride to continue and complete her visit and the groom to pursue the even tenor of Ms way at the old home and to be badgered by Ms friends about his possible marriage in the future. They both left all their friends and relatives in blissful ignorance (or .otherwise) of what they had done. On Tuesday, Feb. 24, just one month after the day Of her marriage, the new made bride departed for her home as Miss Grant, where in a few days a new home will be established. This was a complete surprise planned and executed on their friends. May their union be one of great good to all concerned. Young Mr. Layne and his fair bride are well known in Logansport society, and the announcement,: of this romantic marriage will be received with much surprise by their friends here. Mr. Layne is a brother of Mrs. W. D. Minthorn of this city, who with Mr. Minthorn an,d a number of other Lo- gansporters-were in attendance at the reception last night. Congratulations followed the announcement, and the evening was passed in an unusually, pleasant manner. The happy couple will make their home with the parents of the groom for the present. The Journal extends heartiest well wishes. Notice—Juvenile Temple There will be a meeting of the Juvenile Temple th;s afternoon after school at the Good Templars Hall. Will Donaldson departed this morning for Louisville where he will visit his sister. Miss Maggie McIIugh has transferred her services from the Murdock to the Barnett. Mrs.. Lieutenant Wilkes is in the city visiting at the residence of Dr. Graham N. Fitch. / Adolph Swallow wan lined and costed I?!).50 in 'Squire Smith's court yesterday for malicious trespass. Jf you buy from Dolan & Twomey, you can save 20 per cent, on the dollar. Dressed young chickens, 0 cents. Mrs. John Bailey of Windfall, who was called here by the illness of Mrs.' John Manes has returned to her borne. As a result of Francis Murphy's labors at Wabash nearly two thousand people signed the temperance pledge. Miss Sarah Loeb of Atttca, will arrive to-day to join her sister who is visiting in the city the guest of Mrs S. S. Hull. Mrs. E. F. Keller entertained a pleasant party of friends Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Kregelo of Indianapolis. Nine candidates successfully combat- tad the guardian of the portal at the Elks lodge last night, and are no entitled to wear the antlers. Logansport lodge, B. P. O. E. is evidently prospering. A letter from Hon. W. D. Owen states that Mrs. Owen continues seriously ill, and that as soon as she recovers sufficiently to be moved they will return home. Extensive preparations are already on foot for the proper celebration of St. Patrick's day in Logansport. St. Charles Commandi-y, C. K. of A. of Peru, will participate in the parade and celebration here. The remains of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Thompson were taken to Kokomo yesterday morning for interment. A number of sympathizing friends accompanied the grief stricken parents to that place. Commencing at 11 o'clock last night the hardest snow storm of the season began and the ground was soon covered. This covering will probably meet the same fate beneath the rays of the sun to-day 'as befel the snow of Wednesday night. Mrs. S. S. Hull entertained a pleas ant party of young folks last evening in honor of her guests, the MissesLoeb of Attica. Fornoff's orchestra was in attendance, and dancing was the principal feature of the evening. Elegant refreshments were served and the evening was delightfully spent, Marion is in the same boat with Logansport on the^ base ball question, and will not be represented in the State league. The Chronicle says: ••While Marion people would like to see a good club represent her enterprise, yet the experience of last year was sufficient to kill the sport this and several base ball seasons to come." JUIY-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 is 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 Slie Suft'crcd for Fifteen 1'oarw. 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 arid go_ where she pleases J. W. DAVIS, Moravian Falls N. C. Write Brad field Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. tolo It* .Excellent 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. _ , Notice. There will be an election of five trustees for Market Street M. E. Church, at said church on Monday evening, March 23, 1891, according to the forms prescribed by the Methodist Episcopal Church. W. S. ' I. O. <>• F. Notice. All 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 g. m: sharp. By order of President. H. J. McSnEEHT, Sec'y. ™; Notice to Builderti. There will be a meeting of the above named Order to-night at the Council Chamber. You lose nothing by learning our prices on new carpets and wall paper. — H. Wner & Co. u , { ^ CO HEY, THERE! I want You to Wait foi' Our EASTER NOVELTIES In Neck Dressings from 2Se. to $l.SO,i :' *J > i t New Styles, Colors and Shapes from a New Firm £ Catering Exclusively for the Fine Trade Our Popular ^ 50c. Line for 25c. Puff, Teck, 4-in-Hand and Beau f Brummel Bows. See window. • OTTO A. KRAUS. OF COURSE. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! 1 l I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Articles and s^ll ^fiat LOWEST PRICES consistent with toe quality ofthe goods. , , M Full line of Squibb'3 preparations for use in perseription work. Yours, H. C. P U R C E L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. / A NEW FIRM. 'JTIie "When" €lolSiiiig Firm Said to Have "Ylade U Deal \\liiih Will Open III JLosaiisport Another Mammoth Store. It was rumored on the streets late. last evening that "The When" Clothing- house had completed a deal by which they would open one of their mammoth, stores in Logansport. Owen, Pixley & Co. of Fort Wayne are said to be proprietors of these stores which are located in Indianapolis. Ft. Wayne, Lafayette, Terre Haute, and one or two other places. It was reported that they had purchased the stocks of S. Openheim and W. H. Brown in order to get possession of the Duilding- on the corner of Fourth and Market streets and that the two store.rooms would be made one, a solid plate glass placed on Fourth street and. the first and second floors occupied by this firm. The Journal's informant stated that" he had direct knowledge that the deal was virtually closed and that the new establishment was a settled thing-. V. C. Hannawalt was around yesterday hauling men into stairways and pulling buttons off the coats of influential Democrats. Investigation revealed the fact that the Chairmain of the. Democratic Committee is asking his reward and would like to move his drug store into the City Treasurers office after the city election. "Colt 1 ' will run well in the Democratic convention md Jim will have to Shinn around to beat him., Hoffman and Newell are still in the race. G. A. it. Beau Soup »<><-hll. At the.Grand Army Hall next Tuesday evening, the members of the Post will give one of their enjoyable bean soup socials, to which all members and their families are cordially invited / By order Committee. [City papers please copy.] A SchoolRirl Shoots Herself. VIBGIXIA, Neb., March. 13. —Bella Preuscb, a 15-year-old girl, was suspended from school for thirty days for misbehavior Wednesday. She went home and shot and fatally wounded herself with a revolver. She says she is innocent of the charge, and could not stand the disgrace. Choice of Rhode Island Democrats. PROVIDK.N-CK,. R. L, March li—The ctemocratic state convention has unanimously renominated John W.Davis and W. T." C. Wardwell for governor and lieutenant governor respectively. An Afi-ed Man Sentenced. ; GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March 12.— William Robinson, aged GO years, has been sentenced to three years', imprisonment for impersonating a government pension officer. . , No Choice In California. SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 13.—The vote La, the -joint assembly for senator .Wednesday resulted: Estee, 29; Coucher, 25; DeYoung, 24; Felton, 2<i: Blanch.- ard, 10. scattering, 14. Ladies $500 Dr. Anderson's .ingllsn Female; Pills are the k»f«Bt ano most r .ilkbte. a trial and be convli ced At Drug Moie'or' mall, post-paid per box $1.00,3 boxes lor H2.60.te Mention paper . Wow Try Tills. ! It will cost you nothing. and wilt surely do you good, if. you have- a Cough, Cold or any trouble witfe"" Throat, Chest or Lung's. Dr. King's ; New Discovery for , Consumption, i Coughs and Colds is guarranteed to give relief, or money will b& paid back. Sufferers Irom La Grippe found it just the thing and.. under its< use bad a speedy and perfect recovery- Try a sample bottle at pur expense t -> and learn for yourself just how good a,' thing- it is. Trial bottles free at,B. >\ Keesling's Drug- Store. Large size 50o. and $1.00.' . 3 A neighboring 1 exchange gives the soldiers the following- warning notice 1 : "Keep a sharp lookout for a swindle, that is'"being worked on the ex- soldiers of Indiana; a smooth tongaed individual is canvassing •: the State . securing the, data of a soldiei's bi6- tory. He obtains the signature of' the unfortunate, which turns out j,tc« be an order for a book costing fifteen , dollars. Both the method and results ;/ Syrup of Figs is taken; it,is.pleasaDk1 and refreshing to the- taste,: .anSnwii?| gently yet promptly on tbe, ; Kidney8$ Liver and Bow-els, . cleanses ^theH tern effectually, dispels cblds"^"he aches and fevers and cures ' constipation. Syrup of Figs "ia- v only remedy or its ' kind^'ever duced, pleasing to ceptable to the -stomach, its action and truly beneficial in, it effects, prepared only from thejmost-; healthy and agreeable substance' many excellent qualities comitaen to all and' have made it th'e- ; popular remedy known. ••' •.'.'.;':<? v Syrup of Figs is for solejlri and $1 -bottles by all ; leacling^d gists. - .. Any reliable, , druggist, . may not haye it -on hand cure it promptly for . any wishes, to. try it. Do substitute. - .,' .. CALIFORNIA FIG SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. . . LOUISVILLE, KY. NF.W Y OKK, N. t_ For SRleoyB. !F. Kwllhg'inilal. 1 .

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