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March 21, 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 Planchette, The-Most Wonderful Gamb -•••'. -Out. Tobehaflat . i Tie Grand. Bazaar •Don'tlWait [Until ttey are al _ ••' . Sold, but Gome at Once. FREE READING ROOM, •Open Daily and Evening, 321: Pearl Street Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, a any Bum at the .LOWEST rates, Private JtuGt Only, Honey alwayp ID hand. So red tape or dp- lay. Interest and principal payable ID Loxftiu-- port. Special arrangements as to payment ot principal and Interest, made to floli the* -srlalies of Dorroweri , For further particulars apply to Fred W.'Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrtli street, opposite Court House. MONEY, a»n«rsl Insurance and Loans. All lilad* of In- inranoe plaoad In aretclaaa companies, Endow meat policies pn.-oh«Hi<d, Bonds of Bursty m. written tor parties holding posltl«af» of tram •h«t* » bond la required. 319 P3EAKJL ST. S. M. C loss on Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For.ttoe purpose of Introducing my work to the musical people ol Loganspott I have reduced my price lor tuning Planes, S2.CO to SI.50. I also • keep on Land a full suppl> ol repairing matt-rial. Pianos repollshed, restrung, new Hammers, tone regulated, action rewatted, tie touch changed heavy or HgM. First-class work. 33 years experience. Orders by man or left at Alien Richardson,!!, 414 Fourth Street' Organs as above. raarildSm TV. ». CAPKOIV. DOL'iN'S .OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, March 21st. WM. De SHETLBY'S Popular Success, , Atone In London, BY ROBERT BUCHANAN. Entire New Scenery Mechanical Effects A Grand Production. P K I C E S 25, 30, 75 centM Seats on sale at Keesling's drug store. Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, .MARCH 21. Turkies, at Rothermel's. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Strawberries, at Rothermel's. • Creamery butter at Dieckman's Read change Bee Hive advertisement. Fancy drip syrup at Dolan & Twomey's, for 35 cents per gallon. Flannel shirts at compromise prices, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Rustic oak, Grecian and wax plant (lower pots, at the Grand Bazaar. • 'Isn't she beautiful?" ' 'Certainly." She uses-Flora A. Jones'famous "Blush of Roses" for.the complexion. 1— Nervous debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual .weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples freeatB.F. Keesling's. (6) Cellery at Kolhermers. Chickens, at Kothermel'*. Lettuce and radishes, at Rother- Triel"?. Home made sauer kraut, 10 cents a gallon, at Foley's. See GUI'beautiful ruchings. at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. For sale, one dozen leghorn chickens. P. T. Kessler, 11 IS High street. Another invoice of Planchetts were opened this day at tbe Grand Bazaar. J. L. West was taken to the hospital at Long- ^ClifF yesterday for treat- meut. Select oysters at Dolan & Twomey's for 30 cents per quart: lettuce 15 cents a pound. Think of Dolan & Twomey's when you want fine goods at prices lower than competions. The greatest corset ever sold for 50 cents is our genuine Coutil, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. You can buy any sized ham you want at Dolan & Twomey's from 12 pounds up a 9 cents. Jesse L. Powlen and Augusta Kistler Ira B. Beckley and Lottie A. Pow- .en, are licensed to wed. Night shirts and white shirts for the masses at right prices, at Patterson's, 'the Haberdasher. Just received a shipment of sweet oranges, which we offer until sold, at jo cents a peck.—Foley. Otto's hat department is a hat store, and in charge of the oldest hatter in /he city, Will Fuller. Esq. Strawberries, new beets, onions', radishes, parsley and new cabbage, are at McCaffrey's this morning. Do not forget the Grand Baza ar this .ay ; a good many -useful and ornamental articles on exhibition this day, Would you think it, oranges cheaper ban apples. We will sell you bright, weet fruit for 55 cents a peck.—Foley. The carpenters and builders' are equested to meet at the Council hamber to-nigbt at 7 o'clock, sharp. In connection with the special sale o-day we will offer other big- attrac- ions in every department.—Bee Hive, Judge Frazer, of Wai-saw, will hold court here to-day, listening to motions for a new trial in the Turpie-Lowe case. You will confer a favor to come to our special sale to-day as early as possible. We look for a rush.—Bee Hive. The "Hoosier' 1 brand of can oysters at 25 cents per can, and fresh bulk oysters at 25 cents per quart, at McCaffrey's. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rockfield, of the Barnett, returned yesterday from a few days visit at their former home in Chicago. Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Buy hats at Otto's and save 50 cents to §1 and get some trade. Reciprocity—you know what that means. Buy your hats at Otto's. Spring style Dunlap and all other popular shapes. The very newest color in gloves are green, grey, old rose, slate, tans, and bocks, are fitted to the hand, at/'-Patterson's, the Haberdasher. /; The approaching marriage of Miss Sadie Klinck and Mr. Bert Clary is announced. Tbe ceremony will "ho performed next Wednesday evening. John Hassenshling, aged 5 months, died at the Orphans' Home yesterday morning of lung fever. The funeral was held yesterday at 2 p. m. from the Home. A couple of strolling moun tebanks gave exhibitions of some clever contortion feats in several of the saloons last night, adding sundry and divers to their store of sheckles thereby. Our Snow Ball is the queen of flours, whiter,-sweeter, and more wholesome than other flours; cheaper than any brand of flour of its quality. People who have used it praise it; we guarantee it, and our sales are 15,000 pounds per week. That's why we can still sell it at $2.45 per hundred. Mrs. Henry Ganger died .at the family residence,, corner of 21st and Market'.streets last evening, aged 40 years. The deceased had long been a sufferer from a cancer, and her death was not unexpected. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her death. The announcement of the funeral will be made later. Frank Termant is at Delphi recuperating. Mrs. D. E.Pryor is visiting relatives at Dayton, O. Victor L. Rickelts, of the Delphi Journal, is in the city. Dr. Gates still continues quite ill at his home on the West Side. Mr. Elmer JBetzer, of Seward, Neb., is visiting the family of Maj. Gordon. W. A. Bi-uggaman and wife returned yesterday from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. K. A. VanBuren, of Urbana, Ohio, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Smith. Mrs. Will Ross, of Louisville, is visiting in the city, the guest of her sis tev, Mrs. S. P. Sheerin. Mrs. J. J. Dooley who has been visiting in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dooley returned yesterday to her home in Fletcher, 0. George Strecker returned yesterday morning from Chicago where he purchased a complete plant of machinery for the cracker factory which he will shortly open out in his new building on Broadway. Mrs. Malinda Brown, wife of Lewis Brown, died at the family residence in Bethlehem township at 1:30 a. m. yesterday, of pneumonia, aged 61 years. The funeral will be held at 10 a. m. Sunday from the Bethlehem M. E. church. Rev. J. R. Lamb and wife left yes-, terday for Lincoln, Illinois. Mr.; Lamb will enter the Cumberland Presbyterian University of that city. Mrs. Lamb will teach a class in the University during tbe time that her husband is pursuing his studies. THE CITY ELECTION. The I>atc of the Prlma-rlcx and Convention Fixed and a Call Mted. Is- The GaHIeld JLecturc. The lecture on "Garfield, the Representative Citizen and Christian Statesman," delivered by Rev. W. H. H. Marsh at the Baptist Church last evening was listened to with the closest-attention by a fairly large audience, and the keenest interest was taken in every remark of the gifte3 and eloquent Speaker. Rev. Marsh dealt with his subject in a masterly manner, and his lecture was both scholarly and forcible. He followed every phase of the lamented Garfield's wonderful career and his comparison of the great statesman with his contemporaries in other countries was particularly apt and well put. America alone could produce such a character; alone could elevate from the ranks of the people an individual and place him on the topmost pinnacle of honor and dignity in the State. The moral lessons deducted from tha study of such a character by the reverend lecturer were forceful and eloquently presented, and his picture of the Christian influence exerted over the future statesman by his widowed mother was as beautiful as it was pathetic. The lecture was both elevating and inspiring and was deserving of a far larger audience than that before which it was presented. For more than an hour Rev. Marsh held the rapt attention of his audience and it was with regret the last words of his excellent lecture were heard. Personal liberty Physical Slavery; While we are free American, citizens, enjoying our 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 Worth Hundreds ol' Hollar*. 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., Atlania, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to22 In the Circuit court yesterday Jacob Keller plead guilty to a charge of selling liquor on Srfhday and was fined ?10; Andrew Conn plead guilty to illegal sale of liquor and was fined $20. The motion for a change of venue from the court in the case of the State vs. Charles TJ. Klein, charged with tho murder of John Gibbs, was granted. John R. Darlington was granted a divorce from Mazetta E. Darlington. • The Republican City Central Committee met at the rooms of the McKinley Club last evening and discussed the question of the city election. As will be seen by the official call in another column Monday April 13th, was fixed as the time for holding the.city primaries, and Tuesday the ,1-lth as the time of the city convention. The question of the policy to be pursued was informally discussed and it was the general opinion that whatever might be done on the other side the position heretofore taken by the Republicans in favor of a strict enforcement of the law should again be taken. A proposition for a citi/.eDS ticket coming from tbe temperance organizations was also considered but the uncertainty of the action of tbe Democratic convention rendered any definite action impossible. Should the Democratic convention fail to take a definite position on that subject it is probable that a citizens convention will be called and the Republican convention asked to indorse its action. It was the general feeling, however, that if the enforcement of the law could be secured by Republican action it was not of great importance that tbe officials acting should be Republicans. A meeting of the committee is'called for next Wednesday evening at the rooms of the club over B. F. Keesling's drug store and any Republicans of the city who care to attend are invited to be present. EASTER • -\ --, Neck Dressing! Stop and Think What you have been paying for neckwear. Why Pay a Furnisher Fifty cents for a Puff, Teck, Four-iu-hand'or Ring Scarf that Otto Sells for'25 cent-, 5 More People Buy Ties here than at any other place, because they know this is a fact Carter & Holmes, 234 Fifth Avenue, formerly with Wilson, Bros., High Art Movelties at reasonable prices, will be on dispVy in a few days. OTTO A. KRAUS. tree Window Display. ,\ Delightful Aftalr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barnes entertained a large party of friends in a most delightful manner last evening at their elegant new residence, corner Twelfth and High streets, -the affair being one of the leading social functions of the season. From forty to fifty guests enjoyed the rare hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, and the new house was "warmed"' in a thorough manner. The attendance of Gulp's full orchestra was a pleasing feature and dancing was the indulgence of the evening. The affair was given in honor of the announcement, of the betrothal of Miss May Thornton, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Thornton of this city, and a favorite in Logansport society, to Mr. W. B. Westlake, a promising young man of Muu- cie, a nephew of Mr. Barnes, and a very pleasant young gentleman. This interesting announcement made during the course of the evening was received with every acclamation of approval on the part of the guests and the pretty young couple were the objects of much smiling discussion and universal admiration. Ail declared it to be indeed a fitting union. Among the guests from out of town were Miss Clark, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Thompson, Indianapolis; Miss White, London, England; Samuel L. Weaver, Marion; Victor L. Ricketts, Delphi; W. B. Westlake, Muncie. No exclusive hat store has a better line of hats than Otto Kraus, in charge of Mr. Fuller. Boys' hats and caps, a drive, 25 cents—spring styles. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! I buy the Purest Drugs,, the Finest- Perfumes and Toilet Articles and sell at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods. ? ' r Full line of Squibb's preparation:-! for use in pxisscriplion" \vo5fa Yours H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. rCATARR tf I ^^•**IVIili. CREAM OF THE SPECIALS. Its .Excellent commend to public approval the Cali- fornialiquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is pleasing to tbe 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. - . . mch!4d6t Pittsburgh has 1,000 cases of grip. Street car companies and large offices are affected. Queen Liliuokalani. of Hawaii, has appointed H. A. P. Carter as minister to the United States. Thirteen icehouses, containing 850,000 worth of ice, were burned at Oswego, 111., a village .some G miles from Aurora. Horace L. Palmer, known throughout the union 'as the inventor of the Palmer sewor trap, died Thursday at Eriej. Pa. " The colored editors closed their national convention at Cincinnati Thursday, and will meet next year in Philadelphia. Mr. John Mitchell was elected president, William and Barrmm Brown are on trial at Oquacua, 111., for the murder of G. W. Molly, their "brother-in-law, near Hopper's Mills, in Henderson county. December 1 last. An oleomargarine factory of the Providence Dairy Company at Providence, E. I., was seized by revenue officers Thursday for sending out unstamped packages. Benjamin Farabee, of Old Concord, Pa., and Miss Mary E. Imlay eloped to Pittsburgh and were married. The groom is a wealthy farmer 76 years of age and the bride is only 20. It has been discovered that .Adam Scbrieber, an old man employed in the Elizabethtown (N. J.) cordage works, was bxxraed to death in the fire that destroyed the establishment Wednesday. The will of Baroness Fahnenberg, making provision for a charitable institution at Lexington, Ky., has been upheld by the Kentucky courts after many years of litigation on the part of the baroness' relatives. The'.failure of the Kansas legislature to appropriate money for a state exhibit at the world's fair has led to a movement .to raise by private subscription the funds requisite to give that state a creditable representation. Good Looks, 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 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 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' drugstore, 50c. per bottle. 4 The Child Reclaimed. Several years ago J. W. Diamond of this city, then living near Idaville. took a boy named Edgar Ruddick from, the Cincinnati orphan's home and has since cared for the boy. On Wednesday a stranger called upon Mr. Diamond and said that be was the boy's father and had come to take the lad, now thirteen years of age, home wicb him. It appears that the father of the boy, after his wife's death, had grown dissipated, and being no longer capable of careing for his family of small children, .put them in the orphans home. He afterward drifted west, and reforming grew rich. He lately returned to his former home at Dayton, 0., and is again collecting his children. Mr. Diamond relinquished his claim on the boy who with .his newly found father departed for Dayton on Tiursday. A».J immense Ice F I'ITTSUURGH. Pa..-March. 20 • W. Miller of the Universal Refrigerator Company, has re turned from New Yprlc where he was perfecting- arrangements with capitalists for the erection and operation of the biggest manufacturing t plant ever built. The company -wall have a capital' of §5,000,000,^ andj the- plant will have a 'Capacity of several thousand tons per day. The -product will cost less than ice harvestedvin. the regular way. A 1'risoner IXDIAX.YPOI.IS, led., March 21 — GOT. Hovey lias pardoned Thomas Kennedy, who was sentenced to the southern Indiana penitentiary for twenty-one years -for manslaughter fiom Rush county in 1SS7. , t *\f tifc in ANTT TIME OF THE YEAS. NEW ENGUBD HHSMSKCE MEAT. In paper boxes; enough for two large pies. Ahvuys ready; casi;;- prepared. OiEAN, SOLD BY ALL CRQCERS. ENJOYS Both the method and results 'Syrip of Figs is taken; it is pleasarl and refreshing to the taste, and act%, gently yet.promptly on the Kidneys/;; Liver and Bowels,, cleanses ths^sys-, tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual.- constipation. Syrup of Figs is tht << only remedy of its kind ever pro " duced, pleasing to the taste acd acceptable to 'the stomach, prompt ?iT' its action 1 and truly beneficial m'-its < ' effects, prepared only from the mosr healthy and agreeable substances, lts'\ . t many excellent qualities'-'commend it ^ r $ to all and have made' it the most 1 ' '* popular remedy known. 'Syrup of Figs is, for.,, sale m 500 and $1 bottles by all leading ;drug- g»ists. Any reliable druggist who may Dot lave jt on ; hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it' Do-not accept any substitute.' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP-CQ^ SAN.FKAtlClSCO.CAL. LOUISVILLE, AT, , H£W YOKK. «M %; \

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