Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 22, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 22, 1891
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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle of Pineapple Cough Syrup, at MIL ROAD RUMBLINGS. Item* from the Note-Book of Onr Hallway Itcportcr—Points Personal and Otherwise. Planchette, The'Most Wonderful Game Out. To be had at The Grand Bazaar, Dori'UWait ;untll tliey are all Sold, but Come at Once. FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. . Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, n nay «nn> at the LOWEST rates. Private ftuxli only. Honey always In hand. So red tape or d«.|«y. Interest and principal payable IE Log&iia- "port. ' Speolal arrangements fts to payment at prlnolpal and Interest, made to salt the wlshei of Oorrower. For farther porilonlara apply to Fred W. Munsou, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 2U Fourth street, opposite Court Hoase. M O N E Y, aen«rftl Xneara&o* And Loans. All kinds of in- i u ranee placed In first olwn companies. Zndow- merit policies porctuwed. Bonds of surety sL. written {or parties holding position*) of tran where a bond Is required. 319 PEARI, ST. S. M. Closson. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH. 22. For fine dress, at the Golden Rule. Honey drop sugar corn, at Rothermel's. One hundred, umbrellas at 75 cents, fast black."'Call and see them at the Golden Rule'. •This-Easter week we are giving special inducements in high novelties,' Patterson's, the Haberdasher. See the low p'rices now on linens, towels, napkins and crashes, 25 cents a yard. Heavy crash for $1.—Trade Palace. - Wanted, 'every lady in Logansport to know that B. F. Keesling sells famous. "Blush of Roses" for the complexion. , 2 \ Nervous debility, poor memory, i diffidence, sexual weakness, pimples cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) l~l Get a 50-oent unlaundried shirt for 38 cents this week. A gent's night shirt worth 75 cents tins week. 48 cents; $1.50 ones for 99 cents.—Trade Palace. ; v ; 'Christian Science services at tho Universalist Church this morning at 10:30 o'clock, and immediately after sermon Bible'lesson. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Do you ivant a new dress, and of course you want a nice stock and variety, and sure you want to sav money, and we guarantee all of the above". .Come and see for yourself • and you are convinced.—Trade Palace special this week. .Division No. 1 of Charity Lodge, will hold a social on Tuesday evening, March 24, at the residence of I. N. Craig, 1408 Spear street. Everybody will be cordially welcomed. An interesting program has been arranged for the-evening. Supper 15 cents. 22to24 - -Theifeinejal of Mrs., Henry Ganger who died at her home, corner of 21st and Market streets Friday night, will Sugar corn, SI cents per can, at Rothermel's. Read the big advertisement of the Golden Rule. Mrs. E. B. McConnell is lying ill at her home in the east end. California prunes, only 12J cents pei- pound, at Rothei'rnel's. Wm. Kauffman of Peoria is visiting his sister Mrs. Jorden Hecht. Three pound California apricots. 22 cents per can, at Rothermel's. Jay Brown, for some time a brakeman on the Pan Handle, has given up his position. Family flour at Rothermel's, corner Twelfth aad Spear streets, only $2.45 per hundred. Judge D. P. Baldwin will deliver an address at Purdue University, Lafayette, to-day. We c;in match your dress in gloves exactly, and fit them to the hand.— Patterson, the Haberdasher. Do you need table linens; if so, come to Patterson, the Haberdasher. He is closing out that department. Rev. S. W. Brown went to Crawfordsville yesterday and will begin his pastorate in the Christian church of that city to-day. New gloves, new rucnings, new eckwear and new furnishing goods of all kinds for Easter week, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Housekeepers and hotel people, now is your chance to buy linens cheap. I am closing out my lines entirely.— Patterson, the Haberdasher. • My spring underwear and hosiery are coming in, and I need room, and will close my table linens out cheap. —Patterson, the Haberdasher. Harry Frank to be sure, has been in New York City for the past two weeks and he will remain one week longer. Harry's trips are always beneficial to our people. I. N. Crawford has commenced the shipment of 150,000 feet of cypress lumber from the Okalawaka river swamps in Florida. Several cars of the same have now arrived. d&vv Marion Leader: John M. Wallace returned to Logansport to-day.. . .Miss Rosa Michaels, of Logansport, who is visiting in our city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Leo Naussbaum, will re- tarn home on Monday next. It is desired that the committee appointed by tLe different lodges and encampment on I. 0. 0. F. anniversary, meet in the banquet room of the I. O. 0. F. hall on Monday .evening, Superintendent L. F. Loliee of the Wellsville, Ohio division of the Pan Handle is in the city. There' are now 21,327 miles of road in the Big Four system, and to keep alt departments running smoothly costs on an average $750,000 per month. The rumor is ugain' current in railroad circles of the higher ranks that C. C. Bent is to go with the Queen and Crescent, and that John Wells, assistant to President Barnard, will succeed Mr. Bent as general superintendent of the Ohio & Mississippi. The Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati and St. Louis road shows a decrease in gross earnings in February of §109,409, a decrease in operating expenses of $100,737, and a decrease in net earnings of $8,753 as compared with February, 1890. In this statement is included the Louisville division and the Little Miami division of the Pennsylvania's Southwestern system. A point showing the advance in the pay of men in the train service is shown in the fact that eight years ago it was calculated tbat it required 36 per cent of the gross, earnings to pay the trainmen—that is, the engineers firemen, conductors, baggagemasters and brakemen. Now, on such systems as the Pennsylvania, the Big Four and the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, it requires from 33 to 34 per cent, of the gross earnings to pay trainmen. AIouc III London. It was ;i, very slim and chilly crowd which greeted the 'Alone in London"' company at Dolan's last night, and the size and attitude of the audience had a percepitable effect on the company. The play treats of a kackneyed subject in a fairly pleasing manner, the denouement being arrived at by natural stages, leaving the curtain lo fall on a scene wherein villainy meets just retribution and virtue and innocence are fittingly rewarded. The emotional work of Miss Olive Oliver was well received, and the villain was well enacted by Arthur S pi-ague, while George Reno and Miss Ida May Blake t.he latter as little Tom.camt in for a goodly share of applause. The company goes from here to Chicago. 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 you have a dyspeptic 'look, and if your kidneys be afl'ected 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, aOc. per bottle. 4 Mr*. Owen Improving. A special to the Indianapolis Journal says: The condition of Mrs. Owen is so much improued to-day that the guards which have prevented the use of the street by the side of her room for the past week,, were removed this afternoon as no longer necessary. It' is believed that the lady has safely passed the danger line, and that there is no longer any reason to fear that she will not recover. A Creamery 10 be E The gentlemen at the head of the scheme to establish a creamery at this place held a meeting at the court house yesterday and concluded their arrangements looking toward an eai-ly erection of a creamery plant. The plant is to cost §6,500 and is taken up in stock at $100 a share. All the plans will be completed in a few days and the company thorou{.]i'y organized. The "Alone in London" company went lo Chicago this morning. Life IN Mlncry To thousands of people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood. The agonies caused by the running sores and other manifestations of this disease are beyond description. There is no other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula, salt rheum and every form of blood disease. K is reasonably sure to benefit ail wh'o' give it a fair trial. Be sure to get Hood's. 2 PERRIEN RELEASED. EASTER Neck Dressingl Stop and TMok What you have been paying for ncckyvear. Why Pay a Furnisher i Fifty cents for a Puff, Teck, Four-in-hand orj Ring Scarf that Otto Sells for 25 cents? " More People Buy Ties here than at any other place, because ! they know this is a fact, ' '• Carter & Holmes, : 234 Fifth Avenue, formerly with Wilson '. Bros., High Art Movelties at reasonable^ prices, will be on disp^y in a few days. ,1 OTTO A. KRAUSJ See Window Display. ; be. held from; the residence this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, services then 'being "held at the German Lutheran church at S o'clock by Rev. Jox. The deceased,! was a native of Cottbus, BrenBen$urg; Germany, and-was 40 years of'^age:- She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her death. | weddin. March 23. at 7 o'clock sharp. Harry Frank who is in the East purchasing- goods saw the lamented "Larry" Barrett in Hamlet in New- York last Monday night, but little thought at that time that before the week was out the great tragedian would be numbered with those who have gone before. n Services will be held to-day in the Christian church at 11 a. m. and.7 p. m. Rev. T. S. Freeman of Denison, Texas, will occupy the pulpit both morning: and evening, and the public is cordially invited to come and hear him. Y P. S. C. E. meeting at the usual time. A welcome will be in waiting for all who attend these meetings. Galveston News: At the residence of Mr. George Campbell, on Wednesday at 2:30 p. m,, Mr. Samuel T. Kank and Miss Luella Tennell were united in marriage by Rev. A. A. Pittenger. ia the presence of a few intimate friends. The- bride is well-known here, being a teacher in our public schols for the past two years. The groom is a well-to-do farmer residing four miles west of town, and is a highly respected citizen. They received several valuable presents among them a set of knives, forks and spoons from the bride's father. Invitations have been received in this city-announcing the approaching marriage of Miss Maud Evalyn Lyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. C. Lyon .of Newark, 0., to Dr. Wm. A. Galloway, the ceremony to take place at- the Baptist church at Newark Thursday evening April 2, at' 7 o'clock. The prospective groom was a resident of'this city, a few .years ago, being well known in social and church circles. Ho was for some time bookkeeper for J. A. Brooks. He joined his brother in the practice of medicine at Xenia, 0., after leaving here and is said to be prospering. Mr.-and Mrs. Brooks will attend the Palm Sunday will be suitably observed by the English Lutheran Church. At 11 a. m. Pastor McMackin will preach on "How to Become a Christian." In the evening at 7 p. m. the sermon will be on "Human Plans Defeated." (Dan. 5:30).. Other services at the usual hours. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. Services will be held every evening during the week at 7:30. Notice. All members of Eel River Lodge, No. 417, I. 0. O. F., are requested to be present at the regular session oE the Lodge on Tuesday evening, March 24, as business of very great importance to the Lodge is to be considered and disposed of at this time. By order of. the Lodge, J. D. ALLISON, See : y. Wortli Hundred* of Uollurx. 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 aot 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 A. N. Grant of Kokomo, indicted on a charge of forging an abstract of title, stood trial last week, and a jury Friday evening, after being out fifteeu minutes, returned a verdict of acquittal. Mr. Grant is past grand master of the Indiana I. 0. 0. F.. and has always borne the highest character. The verdict was received with general satisfaction. It* .Excellent Qualltlex 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. Attention, Union men! Regular meeting of Trades and Labor Assembly at' 2:30 p. m. this afternoon. Business of importance will be transacted. A cordial invitation is extended to the general public. G. FRED BISMAKK, Sec'y. *20 Mileage B.,ok Withdrawn. March 21, the Wabash Railway withdraws rate.-Of $20 on 1,,000 mileage books as advertised. C. G. NE\VELL, Ag't. The Detroit .llllliomiire Ketnrua Home Anil Kelat.es Ills Experiences with the Kidnapers. DETROIT, Mich., March 21.—Joseph Perrien who was abducted by strange men on Thursday night, and for whose release a ransom of 830.000 was demanded, returned home about S:BO Friday evening safe and well, but somewhat unnerved by Ms experience. He says that upon entering the coupe Thursday night his suspicions were not aroused until he noticed the vehicle turn in the wrong direction. He then threw open the door and attempted to jump out. He was met by two masked men, who held revolvers to his head and forced him back into the cab, they following. They then bound, gagged and blindfolded him, the cab keeping on its way. Finally he was removed from the cab to a room, where his captors released him from his bonds, and, covering him with revolvers, forced him to write the cheek, promise ry note and letters. The latter were dictated from type-written copies in the hands of his captors, who remained masked and disguised. Mr. Perrien was not further disturbed till late in the afternoon, when his captors informed him that "their game was up," but that "they would get him next time." He was then rebound, gaged and blindfolded and conducted from the room. Their course seemed to lay over a plowed field, after passing which they entered a cab and another long, roundabout drive was commenced. At last Mr. Perrien was unbound and thrust from the cab in a dazed condition, and before he recovered himself the vehicle had disappeared. He finally discovered that he was at the corner of Myrtle and Thirteenth streets. His person was not banned in any way, the valuables he had with him not being touched. Ha was furnished with good food and treated with consideration during his captivity. His story is accepted as absolutely reliable and the police are making every effort to locate the perpetrators of the outrage. Mr. Perrien says he thinks he knows who one of his abductors is, but will not name him. A phase of the case is this: A few years ago Joseph Perrien's brother Doininick died and left to Joseph all his money, which now forms half of Joseph's fortune. The other relatives were very much dissatisfied with the will. A young and favorite nephew was particularly bitter and left his unele : s house in a rage. It is now intimated tliat this young man engineered the daring job. The members of the family refuse to say -anything on the subject, though the police are working On the matter. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! I buy the Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet-Article^and xjll at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality of the goods/ --— Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in pei-scriplioa'uwk." Yours H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pear). WILL CURE r ^WHOOPING JOUGH. ^ CATARRH Patrons of Industry. LANSING, Mich., March 21.—The supreme association, of Patrons of Industry on, Friday adopted a report favoring the retention of the non-partisan and non-sectarian provisions, of the constitution. The committee on cooperation reported in favor of forming a working alliance -with other labor' and farmer organizations. The report was adopted and the supreme association will recommend tlae state associations to send delegates to the national meeting of these organizations in Cincinnati this spring. -St. Louis .Strtrets. ST. Louis, Mo., March 21.—One of the most daring robberies that has been committed in St. Louis for some time occurred Friday night. Kate Burg, claiming Kansas City as her home, entered the jewelry store of Henry Yost, 140 Olive street, and asked to see some diamonds. The clerk placed a tray before her, from which she selected one and, going to the door as if desirous of examining . it, dashed out and started oil a run. toward Washington avenue. After the clerk had recovered from his surprise he started in pursuit and captured her at Fifteenth and Morgan streets, seven blocks away. She' was turned over to the police and locked up. Lack of money, she says, forced her to commit' the robbery. Uismarck Nominated. BERLIN. March 21.—The national liberals have officially put forward Bismarck as their candidate for Gceste- munde. The announcement of the.ex- chancellor as a national candidate shows that the national liberals are by no means confident of his election, as by a possible failure they can then shift the defeat from their party. oThe calculation will probably be frustrated by Bismarck, xvho, should he be willing to accept the candidacy, would do so only if made sure of his success. f'oslmaster Arrt-ttud i .SKY, 111, March.21.—Lee Mitchell, postmaster at ivoble, 111, .and B. M. Rowland were arrested by United States Marshal Kavanaugli for misappropriating post office, funds ,an<3 brought before United. States Commissioner Moutray, of this city. The trial resulted in Mitchell being helS. i&STOQ bonds and Rowland in §ly200 to-appear at Springfield before the federal grand jury. ^_L_ An Old Printer'iJeaiL" NEWARK, N. J., Marcfi'21 —Hi Hand, known in every printing office from , Maine to California, died recently,,in-^ this .city. He was especially well * known in Illinois and Indiana. He was known as the first tramp printer ol Indiana. He .was also a lieutenant in President Harrison's.regiment. , n \ } Housekeepers YOU CAN - ^ Killed In a Prize Figlit. SAVANNAH, Ga., March 21.— Robert Willink was , knocked down, Friday night by Byrnie Murphy in an amateur prize fight at the Athletic club's tournament here, and died from concussion of the brain. 'Willink was 18 years of age. He v a • the son of Henry P. Willink, owner of the {savannah marine railway. ^1 -WHICH COSTS— Less than Half the price of other kinds. A TRIAL WILL PKOVE THIS. Pound.., 20f- , So|li by Growr; ,_ Halves. IOC. , U1 Cunb onl y Quarter*, 5c. ^NTJOY® Both .tie method and results Trli£« Syrnp of Figs is taken;' it is pleasant -, and refreshing to the 1 taste, and acts J^ gently yet, ;>romptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels; cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs ia a th0- only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste ard'ac- ceptable to^tbe stomach, piompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects,^ prepared only from the most* healthy and agreeable substances, its ' many excellent qualities commend 1 it to all and have made it the,, most popular remedy inownu-r ..Syrup of Figs is for sale 'to. 50c aad $1 'bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable .druggist who -, may not have it on hand •will pro- ' j cure it - promptly ' for any one who wishes to' try it. Do not. accept' any substitute. CALIFOnWA r/G SYRUP CO, - SAN-FSANCISCO,CAL. C01//SWU5. XY • KKW 70I)(f 'Ht" t -* For bale by B.y. Keesling and alLB

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