Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 20, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 20, 1891
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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle or Pineapple dough Syrup, at Planehette, The Most Wonderful Gam< Out. Tobeliadat Tlie Grand Bazaar, they sow, tut are all Come at Once. FREE READING ROOM, ,, Open-Daily and Evening, Pearl Street. Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, n any lain at the LOWEST rates. Private tuiiCk only, Honey always in hand. No red tape or delay. Interest and principal payable ID LORBUH- port. Special arrangement!! 89 to payment ol principal and Interest, made to enlt the wlahei of Borrower. For farther particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrm , street, opposite Court House. MONEY, Gtoniral Imnranc* ond Loam. Allkludi of lu luranot plao»d In nrst eland companies. Endowment pollclBM F&roniped, Bonds of snretyai written for parties holding posltlsnn of mini •t»re • bond Is required. ..... 319PHAB1 ST. S. M. Glosso n Pianos Tuned, $1,50 For the purpose of Introducing my work to the musical people ol Logansport 1 liave reduced my Asfciuturu, action heavy or ligl't. First-class work. S3 years expert enoe. .Orders by mall or left at Allen Blehaid son.s, i'ii Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlldSm - W. B. CAPKON. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, March 21st. WM?X>e SHETLEY'S : ;-. Popular Success, AMe in London, BY ROBERT BUCHANAN. Entire'rNew^Scenery Mechanical Effects A Grand Production. p K'i C E S : ; 25, 50, 75 ce»»t» Seats on sale at Keesling's drug store. Daily Journal. FRIDAY: MORNING. MARCH 20. Try; J. K L. Catarrh Cure. eod& w We. are : '.nqt,out of dates at G\- cents per pound.—F^ley. The regular K. P. dance and social last night was an enjoyable affair. David;'A. Jones of Chicago, has made a bequest of $$1,000 to Wabash college: ••'•'•• ••_;••• • As'I, defy any one to detects its use; B. F. Keesilng, sells "Blush of Roses" to nearly every young man in Logansport.- ; ,- ; ; 8~ The loveliest line of Japanese cups and saucer's and tete-a-tete sees at the <Jrand Bazaar. Prices will meet your' "approval. Nervous"' deb'Hity, poor memory, diffidenoei, : jsexual weakness, -.pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) J Judge A. F. Smith went to Indianapolis yesterday on business. County Commissioners court adjourned yesterday afternoon. Harry Torr returned last night from a few days sojourn at Chicago. Mrs. S. L. Tanguy departed yesterday for Philadelphia, to visit relatives. Mr. Frank Baker of Fort Wayne, was in the city yesterday the guest of John Walters. Our big deal is on, mackerel at 25 cents a dozen. They-are new, bright and sweet.—Foley. Mayor Cullen went to Chicago yesterday, being called there by the serious illness of a relative. Mrs. Gustave Lang returned to her home in Cincinnati last night after a few weeks visit with relatives in the city. We offer subject to being unsold 2 pound can strawberries, 20 cents; 2 lound can- pears, 10 cents; 2 pound can raspberries, 10 cents.—Foley. The Brotherhood of 'Railway Brakemen are making active arrangements for their grand annual ball at the rink on the evening of Easter Monday. The American Gas Company claims to have secured 700 subscribers at Peru and that the new line will be laid there during the coming season. 'Jimmie" Turner, 8-year-old son of B.Turner, fell down stairs, yesterday morning and hurt bis head and face severely, though not dangerously. The Chicago Inter Ocean says that 3. F, Lantham of Logansport, has appointed one of the World's i'air commissioners from the Eleventh [ndiana district. Such is fame. Mrs. C. 0. Jaynes will depart today to join her husband at Ripley, O. Mr. Jaynes was-the late operator at the Wabash station but has been ^stationed at Ripley. The maple sugar camp operated by Thos. Kendall, on the Tabor farm east of the city, was destroyed by fire ibout 4 o'clock yesterday morning, ntailing a considerable loss. It is bought that the fire is due to aa incendiary. Marion Chronicle: Miss Rosa dichaels and Mrs. John Barnes came from Logansport this morning to the reception of Mrs. Leo Nussbaum and Mrs. J. Stewart.... Tom Corder returned home to Logansport this afternoon after a week's visit at Marion. ul of Jolin W. McQulddy. The funeral of Past Grand Master John W. McQuiddy was held at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Odd Fellows hall, at Indianapolis. The. exercises were under the conduct of the officers of the Grand Lodge. 'Ibe remains lay in state in the main hall of the building from 10 o'clock until 1. At 2 o'clock the funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. F. Foster Grand Secretary flf the order, who delivered an eloquent and touching oration. In the funeral procession the Knights of Pythias, Grand Army of the Republic, and I. 0. 0. F.: the Grand Lodge and several Cantons o; the Patriarch Mils- tant. Mr. W. H. Jacks, of this city, an old, friend and fellow worker with Capt. McQuiddy, in the cause of Odd Fellowship, attended the funeral. Lew Enyart, of the Macy Monitor, speaks knowingly when he says: "An old town -croaker' is one who sits around business places all day long expectorating tobacco juice on the stove, and talking against his town. To call them citizens is a misnomer. They are warts on any community,and are more to be dreaded than a scourge of the Asiatic cholera, or the seven year itch. They are always telling how they do business at other places; how the people act; and blowing off as to how they would do this, and that, if they could have things their way. They are to . be found in every town and often in large cities. They are a curse to any community, and ought to die .and go where their services are more appreciated." The. board of trustees have rechris- tened the city hospital of Fort Wayne, and hereafter it will be known as the "Susan Williams Hospital of Fort Wayne."' This has been done to pre- petuate the memory of the late Mrs. Williams, through whose broad charity the institution was placed upon a substantial basis. Hugbey Dempsey has moved his restaurant from corner of Broadway and Fourth streets to the old Down- bam stand on Third street. It is said that the room thus vacated will shortly be occupied as a saloon, the same to be operated by a well known Logansporter. B. F. Hutchins was elected at a meeting of Knights of Honor Lodge, No. 1246, last night to the responsible position of Deputy Grand Dictator of the lodge. The lodge will give a dance and social at the G. A. R. hall on the evening of Thursday, April 2. The mystery surrounding the disappearance of M. L. Myers three weeks ago is as deep as ever. His family and friends have now given up alljhopes of ever seeing him alive again, feeling sure that his body Is ^n the river. Eli Greensfielder who went to Cincinnati a few weeks ago to receive-' treatment for an affection of the throat which threatened to deprive him of his vocal powers, is. expected home today. The treatment has proven very effective and Eli will have his voice back again all right. Herman Kollstadt, of Anderson, having a grievance against Chris Weist of Richmond, over which he brooded for twelve months, took the train for Richmond and threshed his enemy. For this he was fined. This angered him and ha again threshed Weist, and he was fined a second time. It is thought that court park can be put in fair condition if active steps are taken before the hot Jsummer monthr. A green spot open to the public in the heart of the city will be much appreciated during the hot months. While the commissioners are about it let them do tht thing up right, that the half square may be aa ornament to the city and a pride to the citizens. Wanatah Correspondence: Prof. Powell and Buck Stanley spent Saturday here. Prof. Powell discoursed sweet music in the evening and Mr. Stanley gave one of his eloquent lectures to a full house. At the close of the speech a collection was token up [or him, amounting to five dollars. There is no one who calls out so large and enthusiastic a crowd as Mr.' Stanley. Michigan City News: Geo. Willis was taken to the Logansport asylum Monday by Sheriff Reed. He was sent to the Michigan City prison three years ago from this county, and during the •reater portion of the time he has been violently insane, so that he had to be constantly under lock L and key. He was recently adjudged insane and ,be prison folks notified Sheriff Reed to take the man away, so the unfortunate convict was given into the custody of the sheriff at the expiration of Ms term to be railroaded to the asy- um. ' The Standard Oil Company yesterday filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State under the title of "The Indiana Pipe Line Company." The company which proposes to build an oi' pipe line across northern Indiana in going from Ohio to Chicago, .fixes its capital stock at $500,000. The pipe lino will extend through the counties of Adams, Welis, Huntington, Wabash, Kosciusko, Fulton, Marshal, Pulaski, Stark, Laporte, Porter and Lake. The company is also given the privilege of running branch lines to connect with oil wells in Jay, Blackford, Grant, Madison, Delaware, Randolph, Wayne and Henry counties. The principal office of the -company is to be at Whitney, Lake county. Good Look*. Goods looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered vou 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 Bitter* 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 "It never rains but it pours," remarks the Evansville Journal. Recently its plant wa,s destroyed by fire, necessitating a shifting of quarters and much travail of spirits. Now its editor is disabled by.^.a dislocated shoulder, and can not pp?* pen to psj per, This impels the Journal to further remark: "Blow, winds, and' crack your cheeks! rage! blow! When you get through,, let us know:" \Vliat a Change Is wrought in people who suffer from rheumatism when they take Hood's Sarsapariila. The acidity of the blood, which causes the disease, is neutralized, the a blood is purified and vitalized, the aching points and limbs rest easily and quietly, and a feeling of serene health is imparted. Hood's Sarsapariila has accomplished wonders for thousands subject to rheumatism. Try it yourself. 8 Worth HiuidrcdM of Dollar*. My wife used only two bottles of "Mother's Friend" before her third confinement. Says she would cot 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., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to22 Its excellent QmiHtle* 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. Lecture. "Garfield"—The Model Citizen and Representative Statesman, by Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, at the Baptist Church, on Friday evening, March 20th, at 7:30 o'clock, for the benefit of the Baptist Church parsonage fund. Tickets 25 cents. mchlld6t Notice. . • There, willbe work in the first degree at Tipton Lodge 'Friday evening, March 20,1391. Allmembers in good 'standing invited to 'attend. S. OrrENHEisi, Sec'y. I ON A BUFFALO'S BACK. A Nervy Stockman's Extraordinary Hide Through a JJord of Bison. A North Platte, Neb., stockman, relates the story of a ride he once took on the back of a buffalo, near Fort Wallace, Neb. Returning from a hunt alone with the hindquarters of a couple of young- bulls he h'ad killed over his shoulder, he accidentally ran into the herd again and was surrounded before he realized his situation. "My dodging in and out almost caused a stampede," he continued. "I knew if a panic took place among the beasts I would be trampled to death, I suddenly determined on a bold stroke, and edging up to a scraggy young bull, grabbed hold of the long hair on his foreshoulders and swung 1 upon his back. The be'low which came from the fellow made oie wish I had not decided on such a risky push for liberty. The bellowing was taken up by the rest of the herd, and soon we were flying along at a terrific rate over gulches and uphill and down. I w!ls blinded by the sand thrown by the hoofs of the beasts, but with my eyes closed hung on like prim death. For half an hour the herd kept up a terrific pace, and during that time my legs were almost crushed out of my boots by the crowding animals. "1 began to think my time had como. I was so weak I scarcely could keep my seat, and was about to let myself fall from the back of my buffalo when I succeeded in scraping some of the sand out of my eyes. I discovered that we were running parallel with the railroad track, and as the bank was high and steep, the animals had not ventured to climb the incline. The beast I was riding was the closest to the track, and I knew if I reached the top of the embankment I would be safe. I dragged myself together as best I could and prepared for a spring. 1 got my feet on his back and jumped for the embankment. I leaped at the right t^me, for the movement of the young bull's body sent me flying haK way up the bank, and there I was safe in the sand. For five weeks afterward I was confined to my bed."—Chicago Tribune. EASTER Neck Dressing! \J'" Stop and Tliink What you have been paying for neckwear.' Why Pay a Furnislier Fifty cents for a Puff, Teck,' Foiir-in-kaiid or King Scarf that Otto Sells for 25 cent- : j , More People Buy Tits here than at any other place, because they kno\r this is a fact. Carter & Holmes, 234 Fifth Avenue, formerly with Wilson Bros., High Art Movelties at reasonable prices, will be on disp^y in a few days. OTTO A. KRAUS. > See Window Display. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPESTf I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet AUick-o aod. *eJJ , at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods. Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in perscription work \ouro t H. C. PUKCELL, Druggist; 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. WILL CURE ^WHOOPING .COUGH r»OATARR tf I ^""friiV'iH TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. The Flood at New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, March 19.—Work on the white house crevasse has be<n abandoned and all the country about the city is gradually going under water. The Southern and Texas Pacific roads will transfer their frieght and passengers from this si«e of the river to the other side at a point seventeen, miles above the city. The tracks of both roads are submerged. Killed by a Judge. .CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March 19.— Judge Joseph Dobbs, of the Ninth judicial district, shot and killed his dissipated son-in-law Bud Gossett at 10 o'clock Wednesday night while he was insulting his wife, the judge's daughter. They have been separated for the past year. Death of thn Oldest Postmaster. DUBUIJUE, la., March 19.—-Celestine Kaltenbach, of Potosi, Wis., the oldest postmaster in the United States, died Wednesday morning, aged 73 years. He was appointed postmaster in 18SS by president Franklin Pierce, and had held said office continuously. Twelve Lost In a' Shipwreck* SAN FRANCISCO, March 19.—The merchants' exchange has received, advices that the Norwegian bark Irnperator, bound from Cardiff to Santa Eosalia, is a total -wreck east of Boavista, Cape de Verde islands, and that twelve of the crew were drowned. Killed Two White Caps. -• WHST PLAINS. Mo., March 19.—Ralph Stinsqn, a young farmer living near here, killed James Boyle >and Peter Herbert, members of a white cap gang, while defending his home from attack. Too Attentive to His Wife. LOUISVILLE, March 19.—At Jennie r s Creek, Johnson county, B. Cunningham and Sam Rice were killed by Jack Wraugha because tliey were too attentive to the hitter's wife. The Canadian parliament has beeu summoned to meet on the 29th of April The Detroit opera house -was damaged §25, 000 by fire Wednesday afternoon. The ice houses of Baker & Dwig-ht at Devil's Lake, Mich, have burned. The loss is 'put at, §S,000. The annual session of the grand lodge, Michigan Knights of Pythias, commenced Wednesday at Grand Rapids. Lawrence Barrett was seized with a violent chill on the stage at New York Wednesday night and was forced to retire. During- the year 1S90 there were 40,108 deaths in New York city. The births numbered '29,350 and the mar-' riages!4,193. • It was reported Wednesday that three consumptives had lieen completely cured by Prof. Koch's remedy at San Antonio, Tex. Henry, better known as "Garland," Petoskey. grandson of Chief Ignatius Petoskey, died Tuesday at Petoskey. Mich., aged 'JU. Hugh Dift'enbaTigh was mortally shot and . his brother Andrew slightly wounded while resisting- arrest at- Bellflower, 111. Gen. Palmer, has received a letter from ex-President Cleveland congratulating him on his election to the United States senate. The Royal Adelphia, with headquarters at Detroit, has gone to pieces through the withdrawal of the Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin conclaves. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, now 8S years old. is suffering- from a serious attack of heart disease from which his permanent recovery is not probable. '' r ^ •A -I 4: ; .- nell's Challenge Accepted. ColiK. M.ircli 20.—Mr. Maurice Healy, one of tut? members of parliament for Cork city, announces that he .accepfe the ehalleno-e of Jlr. Parnell that they should both resign their seats in parliament and present themselves for reelection as a test of the popular senv ' timent in favor of the men its io£ the Mo Carthyite and the Parnell causes ^ Uetter Order in Iceland. COKE, March 21— Mr. Justice Monroe fl in opening the Cork assizes Wednesday said that boycotting and moonlighting* 1 ** had ceased in the counties of CoiJk.iV' 1 •,, Kerry, Tipperary,..Limenck and Clare, ,j$ and the crimes act courts had practical- ^ ly ceased their sittings. Delicious Mines Pi Ect. Howard Macqueary, of Canton, O., convicted of heresy by an Episcopal cour^, has recejiveS. calls from the Church of the Messiah (Unitarian) at Chicago and from many other prominent churches. ,Savannah's cotton receipts for this season have reached 1,000,000 bales,' the largest receipts for one season'in the historv of Savannah as'a-cotton port.- , —Sugar was, unknown Greeks and Romans., to the ancient m ANT TIME (XF THE YEAS. DOUGHERTY'S HEW EMGLABO ^^» M1KCE MEAT. In paper boxes; enough for two large pies. Alwuys ready; eaully .-prepared. CLEAN, WHOLESOME, SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. tint Both the fcethod and results' "Wh£» Syrnp of Figa : is taken; it is pleasaScl' " arid; refreshing to the taste, and'aetip o' gently yet promptly on the Kidneys," ^ Liver and Bowsls, cleanses thejsy?-} , tern effectually, dispels colds, head-, , aches and fevers and cures habitual H s constipation. 'Syrup'of Pigs is thf"^ only remedy 01 its kind ever proJ duced, pleasing to the taste arfd ueJ* if eeptable to the stomach, prompt in 1 " * its action and truly beneficial, m its»-ft 1 2tTects,. prepared only from the moit healthy and agreeable substances, jitb \ many excellent qualities commencHt ( „ to all and have made it the _ most "'_ popular remedy known. ' ' ° byrup of Figs is for sale la 50c" t! ad $1 bottles by .all leading drug- 1 .'jists. Any -reliable' druggist who nay not have. it,oa Land will ;ure. it promptly for any one .vishes to try it. I)o not accept substitute. -•-'..' CALIFORNIA F18 SYRUp C SAN FKAHCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILL£, KY. t/FW YOHK. Jf I For sale by B F. Keesllngand all V

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