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March 19, 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 Planehette, The Most Wonderful Gamt, • Out. Tobeliaclat Tlie Grand Bazaar, Don't " E Wait ;umil they are all Sold, but Come at Once. FREE READING ROOM, Open iDaily. and Evening, 321 Pearl Street -Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, n Buy inm «t the LOWEST rate*. Private toadl only. Money always la hand. No red tape or d»l«y. Intrant and principal payable In Logansport:- -Special arrangements as to paym«n» ol principal «nd Interest, made to «nlt the wlnbei ol oorrower. JOT further particulars apply to FM W. MunsoB, On Mondays, "Fridays or Saturdays, street, opposite Court Hon Fourth MONEY, 8»n»rftllMiurMio« »nd LO»M. AH Wn<J« of In inrttoo* pl»o«d In »r»t eland companies... Endow meat policies pnrohwed. Bonds of nowtysi.. written for -p«rtl«a holding pOBlt1tm» of trum «h»r» » bond Is required. 319PEABI/ST. S. M. Glosson. "Alone in London" at Dolan's Saturday night. -McCarthy's Mishaps" company went to Dayton, O., this, morning. Messrs. R. Jacobs and T. C. Annabal, of Goodland, were shaking hands with friends in the city yesterday. Mi 1 ., and Mrs. Charles Warren, of tie West Side, departed this morning, for St. Louis on a visit to relatives. George S. Gates of Lafayette, an accomplished tenor, joined Ferguson & Mack's company here yesterday and will take the part of second tenor in the male quartette, three-fourths of which sang so acceptably last evening. Local Knights of Pythias are having a busy time of it as the work of initiating the forty or more new members of the lately organized Bridge City lodge is proving no small undertaking. Tuesday night fourteen candidates were put through. John C. Evans and family have gone to southwestern Missouri, where Mr Evans in conjunction with Isaac Himmelberger will engage in stock raising. Mr. Evans was a good citizen and many well wishes follow him and his family to their new home.' Lieutenant Frank French, of- the United"States' Army/ stationed at Fort Wayne, Mich., has been promoted to adjutant.of the regiment. He is of this city.—Fort Wayne Sentinel. Lieut. French will be remembered in Logansport as the pleasant young officer who" was at the head of the recruiting station here a few 4 weeks ago. Miss Myrtle Legg .was pleasantly surprised by a large party of her friends, who called upon her at her home on Spear-street Tuesday evening Miss Myrtle was not at home when the party arrived and coming in shortly received the full benefit of the surprise. The evening was passed in a pleasant manner and was much enjoyed by those present. PMos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose ol Introducing my work to tue musical people'or togansport I tave reduced my price lor tuning'Pianos, $2.50 to 81.50- I also keep-on band afi.ll surpl) of repairing matt-rial.. Pianos repoUshed, restnmK, new Hammers, tone| reeulatcd, i action rewalted, the. touch changedi beavy-or light. First-class work. 83 jears expert-\ ence. ; Orders.by man or left at Allen Rleliard- son;s,;4U Fourth .Street;. Organs as above. inaflld3m- W. J>, CAPKON. DOLAN'S t)PERA HOUSE. NIGHT ONLY. , March 2 1st. SKETLEY'S ,. . Popular' Success, London, - .. BY ROBERT BUCHANAN. Entire 'JTew Scenery Mechanical Effects ' : ' ] ''A Grand Production. . P'E.ICE.8 Li -' : !25, 50, 75 cent* Seats. on sale at Keesling's drug .r\vv.y store.. Daily Journal. THURSDAY;..MORNING, MARCH 19. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Sensation al-molo-dratna at Dolan's ,' Miss Lizzie Hebel.has returned from a few weeks', visit with friends at Lafayette. ' " EmiViF^Keiler-'has issued a. very neat spring announcement to his cus- Three-cases of drunk were disposed of'in the .--mayor's- court yesterday morning. 1" As T defy'anyone, to detects its use; B. F. KeesUng : '§ells "'Blush of Roses'- 1 to nearly;? very, young man in Logansport->.•;;:-'.- ' ,' : . , 8 — Nervous',''deMlity, poor , memory, diffidertcej'-sexual weakness, pimples free at B. -F.-Keesling's. • ' (6) How He was Taken In. One of the most effectually -taken in" and worst "done for" men in Logansport yesterday was Frank Tennant, the ever smiling clerk at the Murdock. Just how an old stager like Frank could be taken in in such a manner is inexplicable and -he has worn fringe on his trousers kicking himself since. The way the thing was done is really too funny to keep out of print and must be told even though the effect of the huge joke be lost in the telling. • • It must:first be.known that one of the most effective .bits of window lithographing displayed by McCarthy's Mishaps company, is the'picture ef the rear view of ' 'Dennis McCarthy" in one of his w'onderlul makeups. One of these lithographs was hanging in the window of T. W. Nichol's exchange, and yesterday afternoon Tom, Alf Anderson and some other equally- rare jokers were sunning themselves in front of the window and the lithograph incidentally entered into the conversation. Just then Frank Tennant came sauntering down the Street and joined .the boys. Frank had been sick for some days and looked as if he had just passed through a seige of old Wabash fever 'nag'. Had the day been other than as mild as it was his physician would scarcely have consented to his being out at all. His condition probably accounted for his falling into the trap which was presently sprung. Alf said: "Frank, that picture of McCarthy is quite a remarkable thing. Strangely enough the face bears a remarkable resemblance to Si Farrell and it has created.no end of talk down here." Tennant mildly gazed on the back of McCarthy's bald bead and apparently much impressed by what he had heard, said, "No, is that'so?" "Fact," said Alf earnestly, "If you don't believe it come inside and see for yourself." ... And the crowd went inside and Frank quickly raised the blind to see the wonderful face of "McCarthy." It then dawned upon him. He had been worked. He said never a word. What could he say? His smile, however, did not fail him. The crowd-also smiled, and -as Frank wiped his mus- tach afterward he found his voice and this is what hesaid, "Well,-.by Gosh!" The boys' afterward played th_e same thing on other passers by, among the victims being W. Herbert Graffi s of the Reporter, 'out how an old stager like Frank Tennant could .be thus worked is what puzzled all. THE LOCAL LEGISLATORS. A ttlx firiKt of BiiNlncK.s for the « Iij-'s Good—Tlie WeNt Side Sc»ver A^ain Slri-etN, JLtgh:*, Water Work*, Natural t;a» and JJumerouN Other Thine* Come Under the Head ol' BiiNliiv**. \VIuit tlic Unds JD'itl. The common council of the city of Logansport met in regular session last evening, Mayor Cullen presiding 1 and all members present. Mr. Palmer submitted the lease of the Water Works board to the Jenny Electric Light and Power Co., for the strip of ground between the race and the river on which the electric light plant.is situated. The lease was approved. Mr. Tousley moved that the ordi : nance regulating the operations of the American Natural Gas company in Logansport be laid over until the next meeting- for further consideration. Motion adopted. Mr. Holt, a representative of the Gas company, was present, and stated to the council that the company will have filed articles of incorporation before the next meeting of the council. Mr. Busjahn submitted the following claims which were allowed: Street pay roll $24 23 Ed. Truiix, maklnc alley crossing 9 ov fat Brogiiii, labor'on the streets 2 fiS Dj-kenuu) & Shrojer, gravel for streets 21 50 John M dland, milking street crossinc 4(i 00 John Medlund, making culvert 28 20 Grelle & Reed, sundries 3 Co H. Brookinever, jr., feed lor (Ire department ! :....- •-.... 8127 W. T. >\irrell. assisting engineer 13 75 H. J. McSheohy, Drtntlnc — 29 65 Logan Hilling Co., feed tor (Ire department. IB Ss Total $270.81) The Clerk was instructed to issue a remitting order to Daniel Gallion for $4.08 taxes erroneously assessed. Deeds were ordered to James Crawshaw for lot 1,118 in Mt. Hope cemetery: to Henry Potthoff lot 1,096 and to John H. Burnett for lot 792 in Mt. Hope. Chief Boerger, of the Fire Department, recommended the purchase of a new gong and indicator for No. 4 engine house, the same to cost §200, with $50 off for the old aparatus. On rnotiorTof Mr. Gleitz, the recommendation was adopted. Mr. Oleitz submmitted the following: Resolved, that whereas the school board has petitioned this council for permission to construct a sewer from the West Side school buildings to the Wabash river, and that plans have been prepared and adopted for a system of sewers, and as such plans does not meet the approval of the citizens of that locality on account of the cost of construction, therefore be it further Resolved, That the right of constructing a sewer from the West Side school building to the Wabash river, be and the same is "hereby granted to the Board of School trustees of the city of Logansport upon the same terms and conditions which were granted to said board for the construction of the sewer leading from the central building through Twelfth street to the Wabash river. This resolution provoked considerable discussion from various members of the council. Mr. Gleitz, representing the people of the First ward, those mostly interested in the sewer, assured the council that the people over there would vigorously oppose the construction of the sewer according to the plans. On motion of Mr. Me- Keever the resolution was laid over lor two weeks. Mr. Tousley moved that the city attorney be instructed to correspond with the Shirks, of Peru, with a view to settling the old canal matter without litigation. Carried. Mr. Truman moved that the clerk be instructed to notify the canal company to improve their property at Seventeenth street or the city would proceed to do so at the expense of the company. Carried. Mr. Truman also read a resolution that the water works trustees be instructed to lay water mains on Spear street from Fifteenth to Twenty-first street. Resolution referred to waterworks board. Mr. Winters read a petition from the interested-parties, asking that the name of the street known as West Canal street be changed to Melbourne Avenue. Matter referred to First ward councilman. Mr, .Winters 'presented a petition for an electric light at the intersection of Michigan avenue and Sugar street. Referred. Mr. Gleitz presented a petition for a light at the intersection of Market and Third street. Referred. Mr. Wade moved that the city commissioners and street committee look into the matter of raising the sidewalk from Berkley street to Fourth street. Carried. Mr. McKeever introduced a resolution that the water works board be instructed to lay water mains on Sycamore street from Columbia to Plumb street. Preferred. Mr. Tousley moved that the marshal instruct Messrs. McSheehy, Moore and Burrows to build their sidewalk on Broadway according to the grade or the.pity would proceed to do so. at their expense. Carried. The matter of an electric light at the intersection of Otto and Twentieth streets, was referred to the proper committee. Street Commissioner Heber recommended that the street ear company be compelled to fill in their track on a level with the streets, that the track was now so low in many places that the water gathers between the rails making the track impassible in these places. This recommendation was concurred in, and the City Engineer was instructed to notify the street railway company to put their track in repair or the Street Commissioner would proceed to do so at the company's expense. Mr. Palmer presented a resolution instructing the Clerk to issue the necessary notice of the coming city election according to the provisions of the new election law. Approved. Mr. Palmer introduced a resolution that the Street Commissioner improve the street in front of the city's property on Sixth street, also to improve the alley crossing between Broadway and Market. Carried. Adjourned. At the Opera HOIIKC. The appearance of Ferguson & Mack's excellent company in "McCarthy's Mishaps" at Dolan's last night was the comedy event of the season, and a large audience went perfectly wild at times over the many exceedingly ludicrous features of the play. Hilarity reigned supreme, but with Barney Ferguson in his inimitable character of Dennis McCarthy, at the head it could not Qhave been otherwise, and from the rise to the drop of the curtain the audience was convulsed with laughter. Ttie company and play are both known here by past successes, and are always welcome. Ferguson appears to -better advantage' every year, and his presence on the stage is in continual demand. Lizzie Daly, the phenomenal dancer is still with the company, and her presence added no little to the success of the performance, while her little daughter Viney, proved her title to the name of Daly by her exquisite dancing. The supporting company was well ballanced and effective, and all did good work. T^c knock about scene between Furgusoo and.>Dan Keating in the last act, is one oi the most uproariously funny things ever done on the stage here. ALONE IN LONDON. Of the great spectacular and sensational melo-drama to be played at Dolan's next Saturday night the Chicago Inter Ocean says: "A large audience last night witnessed the opening performance of William DeShetley's melodrama, 'Al«ne in London," by Robert Buchanan. It was effectively acted, the presentation being made with entirely new scenery. "Kan" was impersonated in an earnest and winning manner; the other parts were well played, and the interest and 'entnusiasrn of the audience were held continually. The scene of the rescue at the sluice evoked approval. Good Lookr*. Goods looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of ail the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a dyspeptic 'look, and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic acts directly on .these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at B. F. Keesling's drug store, 50c. per bottle. ' 4 Worth 'Hundred* of Dollar*. My wife used only two bottles of "Mother's Friend" before her third confinement. Says she would not be without it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half as much trouble as before.—Dock Miles, Lincoln Parish, La. Write the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanla, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to22 UK 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 clean- 'ses the system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use it. Lecture. "Gartteld"—The Model Citizen and Representative Statesman, by Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, at the Baptist Church, on Friday evening, March 20th, at£:30 o'clock, for the benefit of the Baptist Church parsonage fund. Tickets 25 cents. mchUdSt Ft, Wayne Sentinel: D. 3ST. Foster has returned from Logansport, where he was unsuccessful in an effort to secure an option on the Taber land, immediately north of L-ikeside. EASTER Neck Dressing! Stop and Think What you have been paying for neckwear." 1 . Why Pay a Furnisher Fifty cents for a Puff ; Teck, Four-in-hand or Ring Scarf that Otto Sells for 25 cents? More People Buy Tits here than at any other place, because" they kno\v this is a fact. Carter & Holmes, 234 Fifth Avenue, formerly with Wilson Bros., High Art Movelties at reasonable prices, will he on disp^.y in a few days. QTTO A. KRAUS. See Window Display; : ' i i i THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Article^'uuT' ~ell at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the .goods. ! Full line of Squtbb's preparations, for use in perscription work. \'o.urs.«i ' H. C. PURCELL, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. IjJMHULTZ: ESS V/ILL CURE' r vx ^ ^HOOPING .COUGH. r /^ ATA PR U L° O ATAR K n < ourt Park. The unsightly township wood yard and office of the township trustee will, according to the present plans of the , county commissioners, shortly be -'re- ; moved to give pla:et,o a pleasant park. Yesterday the commissioners granted the petition to convert the west half of court square into a park, and nn order will soon be issued for the; improvement of the same. This action is generally approved and it is pleas-| ing to know that the grounds will.be beautified. Purify you blood, Build up your nerves. Restore your strength. Kecew your appetite, Cure scrofula, salt rheum. Dyspepsia, sick headache. Catarrh, rheumatism or malaria — Take Hoods Sarsaparilla, 100 doses one dollar. 7 Accastd of Kmbe/zleuifJit. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March IS.—William K. Munson. agent in Kansas City, Kan., of the Eoyal Insurance Company' of Liverpool, the Northern of London and the Hamburg-Bremen of Germany, has been arrested charged with the em- bszzlement of $1,400 belonging to the various companies. The money was lost in gambling. J. L. West, the veteran bill poster, has been declared insane and papers will be made out for his admission to the hospital at Long Cliff. Although Mr. West continues physically strong, his mind is greatly shattered. s«ia>i>r >"3?erm:in's 'Attitude. " CIX-CIXNAXI. . March 19'—Harry JB. Probasco, a -relative of Senator Slier- uian, lias been authorized to say that the senator will not go into a struggle for reelection this winter If the par-- ty thinks that his long services entitle him to reelection he will not decliBie^Oj serve. ' ' „, - All Trains Del»jod. ' yVn.yi 'KALKASKA, Mich., March 18.—Tho heaviest snowstorm of the seasoa.h&s fallen here and all trains A <l t if 1 '? delayed. The cuts are full and ^ it r ma^ ^ r Tae severul days "before traffic 'iS're- "" ^ sumed. The country roads are also impassable. . - 10 Delicious Mince Pig in AITST TOTE OF THE YEAR. HEW ENGLAND iHHMIKCE MEAT. In paper boxes; enough for two largo pics. Always ready; eiisllr prepared. GLEAN, SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. 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