Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 24, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 24, 1891
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If you have a cold Call and get a sample bottle or (Dough Syrup, at 1 Complete Line at The Grand Bazaar, FREE READING ROOM, • • • -Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. ',1' ... Welcome to. All. MONEY TO LOAN, n any inmat the LOWEST ntw. Private fcmdi only. Monoy alwsye In bund. No red tap* or <J»l«y. Interest and principal payable In LORKIB- port. Special srrsngemenSB as to payment oJ orinolpal and IntsreBt, made to «nlt the wishes o» Oorrowir. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or SattuxUiys. 214 Fourth t, opposite Court noose. MONEY, Q*n«al Inmrano* and Loans. All kinds of In- im-ano* jdaonlin nrrtolass companies. Endowment pollbleu porohmed. Bonds of sraretrsL. written tor parties holding poel«en« of tram »h»re ft bond Is required. 319 PEABJL ST. S. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING MARCH. 24 -'Plenty of eggs at Foley's. .. :Sateens,. still, the go, to-day.—Bee Hive. ' " John Manes is at English Lake hunting 1 ducks. 'Mrs.'. -B. F. Yantis, of Bethlehem township, is quite ill. • Superintendent L. F. Loree, of Wells- v,ille,-P.iiio, is in the city. Wm. Routb, the 12th street butcher received a car load, of fine porkers last night- .•••'•-•-. 'IWjli:^- Small has been'quite, ill. for se'yer&T-.days and is still confined to his'liionie..; •:--. .. Special" "iti Labrador herring, fine, large,'rciight'Ssii fo'r115 cents a dozen at'Foi'ey's. Mr." .Henry Heitbrink teller of the State NationaVBank, and wife, spent Sunday in Richmond. '•A ten strike for the people of Logansport. A sale of fire goods within the itext few days.—Bee Hive. --•The.regular monthly examination for teachers license will be held at the central building next Saturday. Melvin E. McCormick and Maggie Stauffer.were united in the bonds of matrimony yesterday, 'Squire Fender officiating-. I guarantee that one bottle will cure youriiiacD^of'-. pimples, freckles and blacjkneads,. Price, 75 cents, at Kees- ling's''drug store. 3— NervpuB^debility, poor memory, diffidence, sexual-weakness, pimples cured'.by Dr.'Miles' Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (6) 'TaefOrder- 'of Chosen Friends- will give one of their popular dances on Wednesday evening at the G. A. R. hall. They will .eerve supper in the Jrkil.fe:7hail. The supper will;-include Sy'erjt^lugi J 'delicious, : with ice.' cream atfa cake"all for 25 cents. js- The^ading young-colored people of •tbe-Cityvbave'- ; organized a club called thplfiL,and S,:H.. club.. TEey will meeVat Miss Mary Allea's residence on-Cicot street, Thursday evening, at 'vr^iteb.' time Mr. Harry Gilipbre and M#j(?h>te£'Brooks 'will ride the goat '^ members. Dick Tyner spent Sunday at Peru. ' Will there be - any base ball here this season? W. H. Jacks returned yesterday from Indianapolis. John Quinn went to Indianapolis last night for a few days visit. Six candidates will be initiated into the mysteries of the Orient this even- -ng. Sam Doll arid Harry Dale, of Chicago, spent Sunday with friends in the city. Judge McConnell is occupying- the bench of the Miami Circuit court this week. Judge Winfield and Jesse Taber are enjoying a few days duck hunting at Kankakee. An iron stairway is being erected on the outside of the Douglass block on Fifth street. Miss Eva Hipskind of Wabash, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of the family of H. Kraut. Miss Ella Allen, teacher of the A Grammar school in the central building, is confined to her home by illness. The Odd Fellows of the city are arranging to celebrate the "birthday 11 of theOrdev, April 26, in great shape here. Marvin Barnhart's school at Walton is finished, and he is back again ready for another tussle with law hooks. Harry Keller has returned from Lancaster, Pa., where he went to attend the funeral of his mother who died a week ago. Major S. L. McFadin has returned from a several weeks visit with relatives in Illinois, and is again welcomed at his old haunts. Mayor Cullen returned Sunday night from Chicago where he was called to the bedside of his neice whom he reports much better. Street Commissioner Heh'er and his men are cleaning up the down town streets. The debris is being: hauled onto Riverside park. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McAllister returned yesterday to their home in Marshall, Mich., after a weeks 1 visit with relatives in the city. Joe Murphy in Inshavogue is billed to appear at Dolan's Saturday night. Murphy is a general favorite with Logansport theater-goers. Councilman Busjahn declares that one term in the council of the city is enough for him and that the second ward will have to look elsewhere for a representative to succeed him/ J. F. Burrow has returned from a hunting trip into the wilds of southwestern Missouri, bringing back : with him a great record of bear and other big game slaughtered by his porwess. Kreis Bros, have added to the equipment of their large agricultural implement establishment a harness factory, the same being operated on the second floor of their establishment.. The funeral of Mrs. Henry Ganger held from the German Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon was quite largely attended. Rev. Jox officiated and interment was made it Mt. Hope cemetery. Col. Charles Denby, who has been superseded as minister to China, is expected soon to return, and his Evansville friends are already working up a boom for him as a Democratic candidate for Governor. D. A. Hauk has begun excavations for the elegant new residence he will erect at the corner of Broadway and Thirteenth street this season. This residence will rank with the finest in the city and will he an ornament to that -part of the town. At Tacoma, Washington, the opera house was tendered free of charge to Samuel Gompers who spoke there on the 18th inst. Mr. Gompers is meeting with the.same enthusiastic reception at all points of his tour as he met with here and the cause of united labor is certainly being advanced by his efforts. Lafayette Journal: Hon. D. P. Baldwin, of Logansport, addressed the students of Purdue in ,the chapel yesterday at 3:80 p. m. He is one of the most popular speakers who come to Purdue and was greeted by a large and attentive . audience. His subject was, "The Wastes of Life," and it was handled in a masterly and entertaining way. ExteiiMtvc Real Ent»te Operation* Two Logansporters are evidently making a good thing of it in the real estate line in'Chicago. The Chicago Daily Real Estate Reporter says: Wickersham & TaAbott, 5(5 LsSalle street, have been successful in starting the movement in property in .the northwestern purt of the city, which we have been predicting as sure to come this spring. The firm is composed of • D. L. Wickersham, a well- known resident at Irving Park and for several years an operator in real estate in this city. Mr. E. N. Talbott, is recently from 'Logansport, Ind,, where be has been extensively engaged in real -estate business and will continue the same, his son managing the of- offic at that point. Mr. Talbott was, for two terms, postmaster at Logan sport and has a large acquaintance with, and the confidence of the business men and capitalists of Indiana. The new firm have sold for F. A. Hale. 33 lots in Forest Glen for |G,000, and 20 acres on Irving Park boulevard. They also sold for W. HOLT, -45.82 acres in the east part of sections 5 and 8, township 40, range 13, to Mills, Vesey & Co., for $44,984. This property adjoins Gladstone Park, and runs through'from Milwaukee avenue to Elston avenue, thus having a double frontage, and making it especially available for sub-divisions. Wickersham & Talbott who make a specialty of property in the northwestern part of the city, report that they have several deals on the stocks, some of which at least they expect to consiimmate^dunng the present week. Electric Bittern. This remedy is becoming so well' known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove all pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric JBitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at B. F. Keesling drug store. 5 The danger of leaving drugs or harmful fluids in reach of children was, illustrated on Sunday when the 8-. months old baby of Mr. and Mrs.Alleri; Prophet, living south of the city was 1 nearly strangled by a 5-year-old brother who, finding a bottle of turpentine within easy reach, secured tho. same and proceeded to. poure the deadly stuff down the babe's throat.; Fortunately the action of the boy was discovered before any ^serious harm- was done. If Your Minine Is on Fire You put water on the burning timbers , not on the smoke. Aad if you have catarrah you should attack the disease in the blood, not in your nose. Remove the impure cause, and the local effect subsides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, which radically and permanently cures catarrh. It also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to get only. Hood's Sarsaparilla. 3 Logansport Lodge Elks will go in a body of thirty or more to Marion on Wednesday for the purpose of instituting a lodge of the B. P. 0. E. at that place. Indiana is becoming a great Elk ,State. Logansport lodge has instituted the lodges at Lafayette, Ft. Wayne, Kokomo, and on Wednesday will add still another to their record. The local lodge is growing rapidly. Its .Excellent Q commend to public approval the California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is pleasing to the eye, and tc 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. _ Tlie ''Mother's Friend" Not only shortens labor and lessons pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mother and child if used a few months before confinement ' Write to the Bradfleld Regulator Co.,- Atlanta, Ga., for further particular's^ Sold by Ben. Fisher, drugist. .'..-. -• to29 Mrs. Button, widow of the late Geo. Button, Sr., received a telegram announcing the death of Mr. Button's brother, Walter Button, at Willard, N. Y.', on Saturday. Paralysis, the same thing that caused our late fel- lowrCitizen's death, was the cause of death. • - •20 Mileage Book Withdrawn . -; March 21, the Wabash Railway withdraws rate of $20 on 1,000 mileage books as advertised. C. G.. NEWELL, Ag't. Another stage rehearsal of the Chimes of Normandy was given at the opera house last night. The Dcalli Ilocord. Wm. Carpenter, aged 85-years, diec at his home on the West Side Sunday morning at 1 o'clock. The announcement of the funeral will be mude tomorrow. , Mrs. Augusta Narainski died at hei residence 229 Wrshington street, West Side, Sunday evening at 9 o'clock,aged 56' years.. The funeral will be held Thursday. John, the one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williams, 1609 Douglass street, died at 7 p. m. Saturday of lung fever. The funeral was held from the residence at 2 p. m. yesterday, Rev. W. S. Boston officiating'. Adeins, Stella Mliw Ansdsun, Emmie Miss Biiyer. Preslllit Mrs. Baxter' Lldle Mrs. Chambers, Clark Mrs. Douglas, Mary Mrs. Hurndon, Mattle Miss Arnold, .John Amas. Wa.lt.-r Ball, Ira Flamgan. Wm . Harrison. Harry Haynes, Henry LI»t of Advertixed Letters, Remaining In the postofflce at Logansport for the week.sndlng March 21, 1891. LADIES' LIST. Hurtej May 3tiss Lnliman Jane Miss McVelne, Ins T. Mrs. Smith, Sadie Miss Smith. Laura Mrs. Spaw. Mary Mrs. Thompson, Lizzie LIST. Mnsterson, B. D. Scigle & GolT, Troutman, JiinjBj sr Wykoff , James K . Wilson. Irwln , Wilson. James. Persons calling for the above letters please say Advertised. D. W. TOHLIK30N ¥, M. Dr. M. A. Jordan is remodeling the old Peck building on Broadway and building a twenty-two foot addition, to the rear. When these improvements are completed the building will be occupied by George Harrison as a carriage repository. Rev. T. S. Freeman, of Denuison, Texas, occupied the pulpit at the Christian church very acceptably on Sunday and will hold services at that church each evening this week, Judge Fraxerwho heard the motions for a nevv trial in the Turpic-Lovve case Saturday, and refused to sustain the same, returned to his home in Warsaw yesterday. Labor Troubles In Indiiuinpoliti. INDIAN A POI.IS, Ind.,March 31. —JIayor Sullivan still has hopes of arbitrating- the building trades difficulties. The meeting of the contracting and journeymen carpenters with the mayor which began Thursday, was continued Friday. The eight-hour day was agreed upon, as was also a scale of wages with 'X cents as the minimum and 32K cents as the maximum price per hour, with the usual provision for time and one-half overtime and double time for work on Sundays and legal holidays. The other questions were left for further discussion at another meeting-. The agreement of the pamt'.'rs caused a general surprise. A number of union men are bitter in denouncing- the concession to work with non-union men, but there has been no authoritative expression on the subject. The Building Trades wmneil will consider the agreement. -J'his council is a federation oi the various journeymen in building trades, and the painters' agreement must be approved by it if that union remains in the council. Purdue Alumnt Uiinqnet. CHICAGO, March 21.—Collegians from Indiana took possession of the pink room at Kinsley's Friday evening. It was the second a.nnual reunion and banquet of the Chicago alumni of Purdue university. The graduates of the Lafavette institution gathered to the mim- .ber of twenty-five and cracked college jokes over a long banquet table. An interesting menu was served and •while it came on iu detachments Valisi's mandolin orchestra played some appropriate selections. Follow; ing the banquet there was a toast pro- gramme. Short speeches were made "by Prof. H. A. Huston, of Lafayette, Ind.; P. D. Creag-er, Benjamin T. But-, terworth. James C. Ross, George Ade, P. T. Potter and J. T. McCutchen. Letters of regret from president James H. Smart, Hon. John F. McUug-h, Hon. C. Stuart and others were read. . Threatened with th« Hoycott. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 24.—The labor troubles in this city are yet fai from a settlement. The painters havt found a champion in the Central Labor union, and circulars have been scattered bi-oadc:ist announcing- that any person who lets a contract, however small, to a contractor who employs non- unio i lal f: will be boycotted. The c u'pentei , rouble remains the same. Two thou . .id dollars was received Saturday for the Iqcked-out u?er..: The Monon Jfot Sola. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 23.—Can. Sam Thomas, of the Lake Erie & Western, spent Sunday in this city. He says there is no foundation for the current rumors as to a purchase of the Monon route by the Brice syndicate. Negotiations were pending 1 with New York capitalists, he said, for ,a loan, and he and Mr. James Greenoug-h were examining 1 the Monon property as representatives of the capitalists. -'• • Were Not Drowned In Pugct, Sound. TACOMA, Wash., March 23.—Lizzie and Nellie Kimes, of Huron, S. D., and G. W. Freese and W. L. Bartlett, of Monmouth, 111., who" left here in a small hoat Thursday and -who we're thought to have been drowned arrived in this city Sunday night. Owing 1 to the rough weather they stopped Thursday and Friday nights on an island near here, where tke yachting 1 club has a club house._ TVosterii MKies Closed. ; BUTTE, Mont., Marsh 31.—All. the mines belonging to the Anaconda company shut down Friday, owing-to a prc- josed advance in : rates on ore by the Montana Union Railway Company.- The smelters will' be shut down soon. Three thousand -men will then be oivti of employment EASTER Neek Dressing!. Stop and Think ' ' \ What you have been paying fur neckwear./; Why Pay a Furnisher ^ ;V ' Fifty cents for a Puff, Teck, Four iu-hatid or J Ring Scarf tiiat Otto Sells for 25 cenV v f More People Buy j*i <] Ties here than at auy other place, because ^j they know this is a fact. - ' Carter & Holmes, 234 Fifth Avenue, formerly with Wilson <\ Bros., High Art Movelties at reasonable prices, will he on disp 1 . y in a few days. OTTO A. KRAUS. •tree Window Display. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! I I buy tihe•Purest Drugs, the Finest Perfumes and Toilet Artiele-> And seli at LOWEST PRICES consistent with the quality "of the goods. Full line of Squibb's preparations for use in perscription wotk. Xo H. C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. * SHULTZ] ~ !S.|ionsi^iH d ;ioc wiLvC<Me:> ''-"* f* ATA PR W 412 U ATAK R ITJbir PARNELL TO RESIGN. He Will Apply to the Stewardship of tlie Oiiltvrn Hundreds — Ki-al.v's Clr.illciigc Accepted. LONDON, March 23.—Mr. Tarueli hits decided to refiig-n his seat for Cork City on the condition that Maurice Healy does the same thing-. Techniecjjy no member of parliament can resign, but ;he matter is reached by apply- .ng for a nominal position which is :alled the stewardship of the "Chiltern hundreds." Mr. Parnell has written a .etter to the leader of his Cork committee stating- that the tone of studied nsnlt and the untruthful character of ;he statements comprised in Maurice Jealy's letter with regard to the matter of contesting- that constituency are such as debar him from communicating;" directly with Mr, Healy or the Tiends of that geit'emaii. Mr. Parnell declares it impossible to expect that any agreement looking to a mutual •esignation from parliament and the subsequent, contest of the constituency Mr. Healy and himself would be respected by the former gentleman for a moment longer than he deemed it expedient to stand by it Mr. Parnell then informs the committee that he has placed his application for the Chiltern Hundreds in the hands of Mr.,'Nolan with the request that it be- proffered the moment Mr. Healy presents'h'imselt' before his Cork constituents for reelection. KNOW SOMETHING *bout Breadmalting, after all. They am iell u GOOD BAKING POWDKK without the scientific aid of a. Government ChemlBt, u Supreme Analyst, or unybody'H H«ul(maii)cook. Should be tested, Just ta any other cooking material, by actual use. It gives Better Satisfaction at Half, the Cost of the other kinds. Bright Women COD form an opinion of their own. Get n cnn of Clirnnx from your Grocer and convince yourself. THE EIGHT-HOUR. LAW. It is siist:iiu<-<l by u Ueoislon tii'utt In- liiaiia < ouit, i-» > INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, March 23— Tlie \ suit of .lohn Grissell aguinst Koel Bros* to collect wag-es' for overtime iroiii May. 1S90, to March 12, 1801, was-decided Saturday in favor of the, glaintiiffi. The suit was brought to test the Ja%v '-3 which provides that eight hours shaTJ constitute a day's work unless ttiereMfe an agreement to the contrary. OrfeseKi was employed by the day and worked eleven hours. He sued to recover- wages for 720 hours and judgment was rendered in iis lavor. Tlie case' veil* g-o to the fjupreme court, as^it isrthw first ever tried under the law. , / no j ^ Mrs.. C.. M. Smith, sister Abraham Lincoln, died Sa.tu.rda;jr atS Francisco. Both tine method and results^ Sy/np of Figs is taken; it is _ and refreshing to the taste, and^cts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, -> Liver; and,.Bowels, cleanses, ^.system effectually,, dispels coldBnili^iMJt- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs t» th» only remedy of its kind>i*ver pro. duced, pleasing to the taste acd acceptable to the stomach,, prompt'in its action and truly beneficial, m jts^' effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agr'eeab^ substances, its many : excellent''; qualities comtaeBU ^t to all : and have'made it the tooat popular remedy known. --~ - f ' r >& Syrup of Figs-is for sale In 50e and $1 bottles"^y 'all leafKng^Srug- gists-L. • Any -reliable druggSstrowfo may not, have..;it on, hand ~" . cure it promptly; .for-^any^pBe^T^ wishes to trf it. l>o not accept ajyi substitute. V CALIFORNIA FIG mttP~, QJU SAN FSAKCISCO, CAL, , . £f. LOV1SVILLE. KT. , HfW W/NC,,*?, » For sale byB^KKeesUng and ftll T>ro«st*>> , ,' „•( . M- VJft •Miff '3dii m 1

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