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FREE READ ING? ROOM, Open Daily'and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN, u ony Bum »t the LOWEST rate* Private tnofli anly Money si-way* In band. No r« \ tnpe or do- tar. .Internet, and principal payable lu Logoi* oort. Speolal •rrangementu «s to peymeut oi principal and Interest, made to suit t\e wlshe«ot oorroweK Tor tnrtaw partloularB apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Frldnys or Saturdays. 214 Fourth - - •. i street, opposite Court House, MONEY, a«n«t»l Imorano* and Lo»n».' All klodfl ol In- inrano»plso«din flrirt clans companies. Endowment policies pnrohued. Bonds of suntfA.. written for pirtJen holding podittens of tm« where « bond 16 required. 319 PEARJL ST. S, M. Glosson. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. ' Saturday, _MarcH28tb. The Legitimate Irish Comedian. qyie Metry^lonaw* ol Genuine Irish lira. iESfMURPHY Supported by a big company or Comedians, Vocallstsand Dancers, presenting the Romantic and Comedy-Drama, INSHAVOGUE Great Comedians! Great vocalists! MISS LOTTIE WINNETT, Trie Queen ot Soubrettes; A Cascade of Real Water! ;X<"iT Music! Sew Songs!, New Dunces! P H I C E S 25, 50, 75 cent* Seats -on sale -at. Keesline!s store. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. PALDING' L*\ .-...... ;108:MADISON.ST. n The Grand Bazaar. Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. and ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday, March 30. Remember the Date It will -become Historical. , ,, Farewell Tour • '-"J: i- of the Eminent Tragedian 0 : UIS JAMES And his superb company In A Magnificent Production • ':• Of ^Shakespeares thrilling tragedy OTH B'L'LO Cbstiiines and Scenery, Rich:and Accurate. Prices 41 00 75, 50 and 25 cents. Sale of seats cpens Sutardiiymorningat Keesllng s. ! >0 OPERA HOUSE, O> 1HDIANAPOUS. 'i SPiCIM. ENGAGEMENT OF THE "WORLD'S ""'"" GREATEST ACTpESS, PrtwnWd with the same Groat Company and the same '"'• 'Oaboiate Sconmy, Costumes and Ptopert.es. '•"-' '•'••.••, BSWCI'O employed in New York. ' '-PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS: ' All Lower Floor, $3. All 2d Floor,'$2. All 3d Floor, $1. Sai*'if$e»ts':Begins MONDAY, APRIL '6th. S«atrMnb.«cu™d by writing or tatigT»ph]n S . ^'".'.Didoon* Tmlbett, Indianapoin. Ind. <!PF -KOTICE— P«rti« ol tefi or rnor» n,duc.d !*«. Apply-to'-tioeiJ Agent Lent closes to-day. Inshavogue to-night. Irish comedy-drama to-night. 'Irish comedy-drama to-night. Is your dog duly registered tagged? To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rotbermel, of the East End, a son. . See the Pattern hats at Bruggcman's new millinery store. John C. Ingram of Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday. Foley wacts your Easter order, he can supply your table. Foley'will have a gi' eat la y out of vegetables this morning'. Brasier Rogers of Chicago is visiting bis former home here. Clayton R. Osborne and Harriet 0. Miller are licensed to \ved. Appropriate Easter services will be held in the churches to-morrow. Lottie Winnett the vivacious soubrette at the opera house to-night. •Mrs. T. M. Q.uigley is visiting; friends at her former home in Lafayette. Good Friday was duly celebrated in the Catholic churches of the city yesterday. As usual. Mrs, Bruggeman was successful in securing one of Chicago's best trimmers. Mrs. Potter, of Minneapolis is visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs. George Graves. Regular monthly examination of teachers will he held at the Central school building to-day. Adam Felker, of the Pharos, was able yesterday to report for duty aftei a weeks serious illness. Don't fail to take a look at the line of jackets just opened al the Trade Palace for Easter trade. South Bend Post: Will G. Fuller, prominent business man of Logansport, is visiting Charles Lennox. Buy your neckwear, gloves and dress shirts of Patterson, the Haher dasher, and you will be all right. T. J. -Hudson, of Indianapclis, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Hudson is secretary of the Indiana Tariff Reform League. Fort Wayne, Peru, Marion,Kokomo Anderson and Muncie are all bankinf on base ball this season. Loganspor is not in it. Mr. M. S. Frothingham who has been the guest of Judge and Mrs. D H. Chase, returned to his home in New York yesterday. Every person not satisfied with "Blush of Roses" is requested to write the manufacturer, Miss Flora A. Jone?, South Bend Ind. 10— T. J. Tuley departed yesterday for Edinburg, Ind;, where he will visit his daughter, then go'to Lexington, Ky., on business.' Honor, the 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shaffer, of Clay townships-died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock of brain fever. Louis James, the tragedian, was at Lafayette Wednesday, night,, and the papers of that place note in glowing- terms the success of his engagement there. .At the First Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning special Easter music will be given by the regular choir which is composed of the following quartette: .Mrs. Kries, Miss Potter, Mr. Johnston and Mr. Martin, assisted by a chorus under the lead of Mr. R. D. Stevens, who is now the musical director of this church- : Monticello Democrat: Some four or five years ago J. W. Diamoud, of this county, took to raise a Cincinnati orphan boy named Ruddick. Later Mr. Diamond moved to Cass county and the other day the boy's father who is said to be well to. do, came on and reclaimed his son. This explodes the theory that children from' the Cincinnati orphans' home-.ar6 "placed- out permanently • by that institution. AT THE OPERA HOUSE. •Iiiisliavosue'' To-nlalit, Sparkling: Irlnli Comedy-Drama—LiOiiIn Jamc» in "Othello" Monday Nlgbt Of the comedy-drama '--Inshavpgue'' o be.presented at Dolarrs to-night the Brooklyn (N. Y.) Times says: The avorite Irish comedy-drama of "Insh,vogue," in which. Win. J. Florence made a great success,-was presented ast night at the Lyceum Theatre .by a trong company and filled the house. The play is a story of the stormy days if '98 in Ireland, well constructed, with many interesting' and comical situa- ions. The dialogue is also bright ind sparkling, and abounds in true rish wit, which is productive of much aughter. It is placed on the stage in a careful manner, wit.h beautiful scenic iJTects, and the able way in vhich the several characters were portrayed by the company held u he attention of the audience from the first to the last ret. Mr. W. B. Cahill, a careful and painstaking actor, was the hero "Inshavogue, and bis impersonation of the hunted out- .aw was natural and life-like. Miss Lottie Winnett as Molly O'Mara, a true Irish girl and an excellent actress. She sustained the character, admirably, and at last circumvented the villain, Ulic Burke, and finally blew him up in the last act in his own scheme to destroy Kate O'Dwyer, who refused his love. Miss Winnett is sprightly as well as good looking, and' in her vivacious way infused a great deal of animation into the role, and ner jig dancing to Thady's piping was quite a hit and received an enthusiastic encore. "Inshavogue" is a strong and interesting play, and ihould crowd the house during the remainder of the week. A RAKE TREAT. What may be looked upon as the dramatic event of the season is the :oining engagement of .Louis James and his superb company in "Othello." An exchange says: Wi h his eve y performance at the Grand opera house Mr. Louis James deepened the good impression he has heretofore made in this city as an actor of tragic roles. He is an intelligent, careful, thoroughly trained and well read actor, familiar with the traditions of the stage, and he has no hobbies which he rides at the expense of intelligent dramatic interpretation. He comes with no mission to improve Shaks- peare, or to show modern audience how inferior were the^ great tragedians whose names are in-' separably associated with the great Sbaksperian roles. He approaches the masterpieces of the great dramatists with reverence, and accepts them as he finds them, content to interpret and illustrate their works as he sees them illustrated by the light of common sense. While he is ia no sense an imitator of any particular actor, he works along approved conventional lines, strives for no new and startling effects, and attempts no new readings for the sake of being an innovator. .He has a robust, manly style, and his. fine voice and magnificent physique- command him to an audience. He is sincere, direct and forceful, he .never rants, and no forced and palpable attempts at making points mar the symmetry of his work. His' Othello is a performance of unusual merit, more nearly like that of the late John McCullough than that of any other actor of recent times, and it wins for him a large amount of appreciation. The ProKtratlnjr Shocks Of malarial fever are not to be counteracted by quinine with any degree of certainty, or tor any length of time. The eradication and prevention of diseases of a miasmatic type are, however, ascertained possibilities. Long experience has shown that there is infinitely more preventive efficacy in the fine botanic medicine, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, than in the alkaloids, drugs and poiso.ns which were formerly the only recognized means of removing and anticpating- attacks of J fever and ague and bilious remittent When the system has been depleted by periodically recurring paroxysms, this agreeable restorative renews the fund of energy, and is not only a positive specific, but repairs the damage to the general health in/licled by all plaints partaking of character. febrile com- the malarial. tol , Harry Frank, Sr., returned yesterday from a three, weeks purchasing trip to New York. On his way home Mr. Frank stopped off at Wheeling-, W. Va., to visit his son, Sam, and attend the. wedding of his neice Miss Clementina Roseiburg, who wedded a prosperous merchant of that place. The wedding was a very brilliant affair judged by the accounts of the same in the Wheeling papers. The wedding presents were valued at more than $4.000. Sam Frank is well and prospering, and is in love with his new home. He figured as groomsman at the wedding and is the recipient of flattering notices in the Wheeling papers. _ Purify you blood, Build up your nerves, Restore your strength, Renew your appetite, Cure scrofula, salt rheum. Dyspepsia, sick headache, ' Catarrh, rheumatism or malaria- Take Hoods Sarsaparilla, ; 100 doses one dollar. 7 • Winamac Journal: Buck Stanley organized a 'temperance society at PiTlaski last Wednesday night. About sixty persons signed the pledge. Several members of the Winamac society were present at the meeting. 3miiiner». -. Just returned from Chicago with a complete line -of spring millinery. 'Call and examine before buying, at 327 Market street. mar26d6t ADELIA BROWN. Electric Bitter*. 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 Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at B. F. Keesling drug store. 5 Constable Orr yesterday brought Frank C. Phillips down town and placed him before the bar of justice in 'Squire Smith's court. Phillips was arraigned on an affidavit sworn to by John Clary who alleged that he employed Phillips to repair his cistern on a contract. The work not being completed according to contract Clary refused to pay in full for the same and Phillips took an ax and demolished the repairs he had made. Phillips being unable to show why he should not be held for malicious trespass, 'Squire Smith fined, him one dollar. The case struck the few spectators in the court room as being somewhat odd to say the least. Peru Journal: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brough and child went to Logansport this morning... .Mrs. Frank Stutesman and little daughter went to Logansport this afternoon .. . .Judge Mc•Connell, of Logansport, has completed his duties in court here as far as possible this term,and will finish the cases as igned to him by Judge Cox in the second week of the next term. A full account of the sensational escapade of the Bowen heirs at Delphi will 1 be found in the telgraph columns. The affair was the subject of much discussion here yesterday, and Delphi is shaken from center to circumference by it. The telegraph report of the Bowen millions is wildly exagerated. The entire estate is barely a million dollars. 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 cleanses the system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use it. _ The "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 Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher, drugist. t°29 Monticello Democrat: Willard Nash, of Wilson. Humphreys & Co., was -in 'town Tuesday. He will soon start for his Codfish retreat in Maine, where he spends his summer months. Carter & Holmes, MAKERS of NECKWAER! CHICAGO, March.23, 1891. OTTO KRAUS, Logansport: Dear Sir—Your receut order is just'completed and goes forward-by to-day's express. V'e have used every effort to make your Goods to the highest standard and trust they will open to your entire satisfaction and warrant a continuance of your esteemed patronage. We are Yours Respectfully, CARTER & HOLMES. fully The above Neckwear has arrived and we respect- solicit your inspection. OTTO A. KRAUS. TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by '" fjv H. C. PURCELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. STOLE HIS LAST CHICKEN. A Poultry Thief Loses His Life In tlic Effort" to Fill His Sacks. ' KANSAS CJTY, Mo., March 27.—For a number of weeks farmers in the viciuity of Rosedale, have been, considerably troubled with chicken thieves. The farmers set trap-guns so aimed that anyone entering the poultry hoase would discharge and receive 'the contents of the gun, 'Thursday night an unknown man'attempted to enter the poultry house of S. S. Hogue, half a mile of Kosedale, and fell a victim of • these deadly machines. The whole of-.his^left! side was. blown away. He had in his, possession two large coffee sacks, keys to all kinds of padlocks and in short all! the tools of a professional. His body has riot been identified. Tdok'B'er'Own Life.' FOUNDRYvru,E, Pa., March 27.—Millie Capece, aged 1(5, committed suicide at her home here Thursday. The girl's parents wanted'her to marry an aged suitor, and Millie, "who was in love with a young man, took the matter so much to heart that 'in desperation she to'ok "her life. WftL.CURE r r.-JC^£rsV*IIL<*5» r r* ATA PR Lf L* O ATAR R d IND. Charged ivitli Kiubc/zlmnciit of SiO.OOO. KANSAS CITY'. Mo., 51 arch 27.— Harvey S. Meaeham, a well-known younpf business man and agent of the N. & G. Taylor Company, importers of tinplate at Philadelphia, has been arrested on a charpre of embezzlement. Mason S. Taylor, of Philadelphia, who is in the city, accuses Meacham of a shortage of 810,000. Meacham admits that he used $10,000 o£ the firm's money. but{ says it was legitimately expended in handling aboutSlOO.OOO worth of goods in the last two years. Twenty-One Years in I'rison. CEAWFOUBSVILLK, led., March. 27.— The jury in the Charles Coombs murder trial, after being out fourteen hours, brought in a verdict of manslaughter and fixed his imprisonment in the state prison for twenty-one years. The verdict gave general satisfaction, though some felt the punishment was a little light. Coombs shot and killed a college student who was pounding on his fenet while going home with a party of fdlow-students some months ago. Shot a Kiinsiis City Policeman DeaJ. KANSAS CITY, Wo.*, March -27.—Patrick lloran. an ex-policeman and a, well-known character of this city, was mysteriously murdered shortly after midnight. At that hour a pistol shot was, heard at the corner of Eleventh and Walnut streets. No one saw the shot fired. Horan's body was found in the middle of the street. He had been shot in the back immediately behind the heart, and death was evidently instantaneous. Bavin Displaces Washington. LITTLE ROCK;' Ark., 'March 27.—The life-sized portrait of 'Jefferson Davis, which the clerk of the house was authorized during.the early part of the session to have painted, was received Thursday and placed'over the speaker's desk. It took the place of the portrait .of George Washington, that has been hanging in the hall for the last twenty years. ___ JLynchcd. . MiDDLESBOi'.ouG-n, Ky., March 27.— Tom Hunter, a negro employed by R. L. Burks in-the telegraph office at Cum- 1 "berland Gap, way laid Burks.' Wednesday- night and killed him. . Hunter was. captured at Middlesborough Thursday and. returned to Cumberland Gap. when a mob took him and hang-ed him to a tree- 'and fired 100 shots into his body. Si't J-'ipi' to H«r Clotln'ing, "\VIIJ.IA.MSTOX, Mich., March 27. — ' Mrs. Benjamin Vickerman, who Avas i recently released from the Kalaniazoo *: asylum' deliberately set fire to her pwn. i clothing- and was so badly burned T>e- ' J fore the flames could be smothered out ; that she survived but a few minutes. ; She was 43 years of age. < Car Kobberg Causlit. ; LA PoirrE, Ind.,' March 38 —Sheriff ,} Reed has arrested the four mea^wlio ^ robbed a car on .the G^and Rapids & ^ Northern Indiana, road last Saturday < and recovered part of' the goods stolen. ' ' . „ - __ Kansas Gets Its ^hsre. , r , WASHINGTON. March 27.— The treasury department has paid' Kansas' sbaVo .of' the duv.'.-t tax fund, "ia2i?»Dting- to SCO.OSi .;" l! ' Tough glass lamp-chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are made of tough glass. They... rarely - break except from "accident;:' Pittibure.' 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