Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 29, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 29, 1891
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*,- - FREE READING .ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street Welcome-to All. MONEY TO LOAN! ind Notes Bougnt In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. QEO.B.PORQY. declSdiw6m MONEY TO LOAN, a oay mm at the LOWEST ™fc» fnvste Jnndi only. Money always in hand. No re 1 tnj'« or delay. Interest and principal payable in Lonaiis- port. Special arrangements as to payroect oJ prlnolpal and Interest, made to suit tVe wlnbe» ol Sorrower,. For farther particulars apply w Fred W. Mimson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrtli street, opposite Court Honse, DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPORT, - • - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. -MO.N E Y, a«neral insurance and Loans. All klnde 01 In- inranosplaoodin'^rRtf.lMe oom;>6t>l»», Endowment policies rurofosfled, Bonds of snibtTBi. written Jor parties holding pooittsnp or tron •hero a bond is required. ST. S. M. £ loss OB, DOLAK'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday, March 30. Remember the Date It will Become Historical. Farewell Tour Of the Eminent Tragedian LOUIS JAMES And his snpert) company in A Magnificent Production Of Shakespeares thrilling tragedy OTHELLO Costumes and Scenery, Rich'.anfl Accurate. Prices£1,00, 75, 50and 25 cents.T S;ileot seats •pens Saturdaymornlngat Keesllng's. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE ^^ «w^ n«*-f»'>**v . ^^i PORTING GDDD Tfte Grand Bazaar. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH. 29. ONE NIGHT ONLY. ' Thursday, April 2fl. I'lai'Instothe Capacity of Theaters Everywhere. Wait for the Big Show. The Comedian, Aaron H. WoodMll, In the charming New Englum] Comedy. Un el e Hiram Supiiorted by a Strong Company! Magnificent Seenery!3upert> Solo Orchestra! Music, binding PKICES;-rK, 51 and 75 cents. Seats on sale at. 'Keeallng'fi drag sture. JO OPERA HOUSE, O tNDIAKAPOUS. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE WORID'S GREATEST ACTRESS, BERNHARDT! IN VICTOREAN SARDOU'S.TWO GREATEST .PLAYS, : TU c. APRIL 14, "FEDORA" c . . APRIL I5/1A TOSCA" Pusonted with tho some Great Company and the sarr.o • Elaborate Sconoiy, Costumes and Properticj as were omploysd in New York. • PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS: All Lower Floor, S3. All 2d Floor, £2. All 3d Floor, SI Sale of Seats Begins MONDAY, APRIL m Seat! can b« incuted by writing or talterapMrig Dickion &T«lbott, lndi«nopolii,.lnd SPECIAL NOTICE.— Ptrtln of ten or mort can seew» rtduMd t»t«». Apply to Local Apnt There are bargains unheard of in store for you.—Bee Hive. Two bars pure caslile soap for a nickle, at Moore's new dry goods house. • All the latest attractions in spring- millinery, at Miss Jessie Cummings' 405 Broadway. mar29d2t When oat walking to-day pass Brug- gemaa's and notice their beautiful display of millinery. The Logansport Wall Paper Co will sell goods at better prices, and guarantees you satisfaction. The most elegant millinery ever brought to this city at Bruggeman's, corner Murket and Pearl streets. Burt Bros,, the world's well-known make of shoes in cloth top, front lac* and button, at Henry Schwier's. 403 Broadway. The Trade Palace has thirty pieces of French sateens left, and will close some Monday and Tuesday at the small sum of 15 cents. "Why, Maud, how your complexion has improved." "Yes, I took B. F. Keesling's advice, _and use the famous 'Blush of Roses." 1 11— Go to the Trade Palace for jackets and dress goods. No humbugs but straight from the shoulder. You can rely on square treatment. Remember, good people, the price will be just a little less than anybody else. Call and be convinced, 403 Broadway.—Henry Schwier. It will be to your interest to put in an appearance as early as possible. Our doors will be opened promptly at 9 o'clock,— Wiler & Wise. The Trade Palace will place on sale six tons of new fresh goods bought at •prices that will surprise the trade. Come in and see.—Trade Palace, I am sorry that I cannot accommodate the trade in ths afternoons, but try and come in the morning and you will be waited on,—P. W. Moore. Oxford ties, Oxford ties, will be the call in a few days. Come now and make your selection—no chestnuts— at Henry Schwier's, 403 Broadway. Williams, Keelands,cordivans; Hath, away, Soule & Harrington's, kangar- roos; Burt & Means' French calfs; Parks & Hazxard's dongolas shoes. Take your choice. All in stock sizes, 5 to 10. Only at Henry Schwier's, 403 Broadway. South Bend Tribune: Mr. F. Paul Anderson and Mr. J. M. Studebaker, jr., are home from Purdue university for the spring vacation. The latter is accompanied by Mr. Howard Powell of Logansport, who will be his guest at Sunnyside. The infant child of John Dunfee of Shultztown died yesterday morning at 6 o'clock, and will be buried this morning at 10. The mother of the infant died Thursday night. Mr. Dunfee came to Logansport a few weeks ago from Huntington and his troubles have gained for him the sympathy of his neighbors. He has four small children remaining. A very pleasing entertainment was g-iven at the Gdod Templars hall last Friday evening by the members of the Juvenile Temple. Mr. Albert Ball and Miss Lulu Hammontree are deserving of much credit for the masterly waj in which they h? ndled their drill teams. A large and appreciative crowd was present and all seemed to enjoy the elegant manner in which they were entertained. The Temple will shortly repeat the entertainment for the general public. Royal Center Record: Mr. Jesse Powlen and Miss Gusta Kistler were married last week at Logansport at the residence of David Powlen on Sycamore street. Mr. Powlen is the son of-Michael Powlen of Jefferson township, and- Miss Kistler is the daughter of Amos Kistler of Boone township, both being well known in this locality and stand high in society circles. Mr. Powlen and his bride will move at once to Kokomo where Mr. Powlon has secured a situation. Lent is at an end. Othello to-morrow night. Louis James id Othello to-morrow night. SoiirenLr spuons, quite the thing, at Ben Martin's. A welcome awaits you at any of the churches of the city to-day, Spectacles and eyeglasses, all kinds and prices, at Ben Martin's. New designs in solid and plated silverware, at Ben Martin's. Our competitors take delight in copying our ideas.—Bee Hive. ••Uncle Hiram" is billed to appear at Dolan's next Thursday night. The churches of the city will observe Easter in a fitting manner today. The advance sale portends a big house to fjreet Louis James to-morrow night. Harry Anderson, assistant foreman of the Journal news room, is visiting relatives at Marion. Rev. B. F. Miller, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, will pi-each his farewell sermon to-day. Shoulder length silk mitts to match the shades of all evening dresses, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. I have a Sne assortment of clocks in oak, iron, marble and onyx, it will pay you to see them.—Ben Martin. Gentlemen, I can fit you with my celebrated foot form shoes. Don't fail to see them. Only at Henry Schwier 403 Broadway. We never make empty promises. Any special sale we advertise you can rely on is carried out to the letter.—Bee Hive. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barnhart and family of Terre-Haute, are visiting in the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Williamson Wright. Full dress bows, full dress shirts, full dress handkerchiefs, full dress gloves and full dress collars, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. April 1st, the Logansport Wall Paper Company will receive 15,000 rolls of heavy weight white blank wall paper that will compete in price with any inferior goods. An elegant necktie and a pretty white dress shirt, arc the necessary accessories to a well dressed gentle man. Call at Patterson's, the Haberdasher, for ideas. The people know when they go to Moore's new dry goods house that they will get everything new, and they have found out that it is the cheapest place in the city to trade. A small crowd witnessed one of the poorest plays of the season at Dolan's last night. '•Inshavogue'" is an old play and well acted is a good one, but the company last night fell far from the mark. The production ' had two redeeming features, tho dancing of Miss Lottie Winnett and the real water fall in the last act. The company went to Chicag-o this 1 morning. Indianapolis Ram's Horn: Thou sands of people would work like beavers in the church if they could only do it where everybody would see them at it... .If you don't live your religion at home, it won't do your wife and children much good to hear you talk about the prayer meeting.... As long as fashionable society dancing continues, the devil will not be very much alarmed about his future business prospects. Royal Center Record: Miss Maud Warrick, of Logansport, was visiting Miss Grace Barren over Sunday.... The Logansport -/Military Band will give a grand entertainment at the opera house April 9th... .Samuel Grafflin, of Logansport, was in toWri last Wednesday looking for wheat .. . .W. E. Sweet of Logansport, has spent several days during the week in town....Wm. Gundrum sold Mr. Ruth, the Logansport packer, a car load of hogs last Monday. A Mosnilllccnt Production. A grand production of Shakespeai.-'s tragedy, "Othello," will bo given tomorrow evening by tragedian Louis James and his great company. A dramatic critic says: "In Mr. James •we do not claim either the marvelous subtlety of Mr. Booth (the elder) or Mr. Forrest's wonderful direct and impressive impersonations, but this much we unhesitatingly say that today, upon the American stage, in certain roles, he has not his superior, iE equal, modern tradition to the contrary ' notwithstanding. His Othello last night was, as wehave before said, a grand thoughtful, effort. It lacks the theater environments of Salvini and the power of a Forrest, but is the Othello of E»glish-speaking actors." What a Change Is wrought in people who suffer from rheumatism when they take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The acidity of the blood, which causes the disease, is neutralized, the blood is purified and vi$alix- ed, the aching joints and limbs rest easily and quietly, and a feeling of serene health is imparted. Hood's Sarsaparilla has accomplished wonders for thousands subject to rheumatism. Try it yourself. 8 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 hot 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 .00 cents and #1 per bottle at B. F. Keesling drug store. 5 Isaac Moten of Cincinnati, agent of the American Catholic Tribune, a paper published in the interests of the colored Catholics of the country, is in the city and will remain here some days making up a list for his paper. There are 200,000 colored Catholics in the country. The colored people are represented by loO papers of various kinds. Its Excellent ft 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. Tlie "Mother's Vrlentl" Not only shortens labor and lessens 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 particulars. Sold by Ben. Fisher, drugist. _ to29 MJllliierj . Just returned from Chicago with a complete line of spring millinery. Call and examine before buying, at 327 Market street. mar2GdGt ' AD ELI A. BKOWX, Mr. S. Wise oE the Bee Hive, ' and Victor Wise of the Bazaar, returned last night from New York, where they have been for the past five weeks purchasing goods for their respective stores. _ The only Chicago trimmer in the city, can be found at Bruggeman's, corner Market and Pearl streets. CURRENT EVENTS. The Mickey Breen mine, located in Ooloraclo, has been sold to a syndicate of French capitalists. A cooperative colony of 500 people, on the Bellamy plan, is going to locate in No Man's Land in the spring. j£ is reported that Gen. Rosecrans will soon be requested to resign his position as register of the treasury. R. G. Dun & Co. report that business is quiet and hesitating-. Crops are said to be in an exceptionally good condition. Several of the county officers of Comanche county, Kan.., have been arrested for misappropriating public funds. Pennsylvania Railway Company em- ployes of the New York division have signed a petition asking for an increase of wages. The Trans-Mississippi Commercial congress will be held at Denver, Col., May 18. Delegates have been appointed by neai-ly all the states and territories. Early Friday morning- a scow laden with sand and lying at pier No. 1, North river, New York, capsized from some unknown cause and Captain Frederick Hanson was drowned. The captain's wife made her escape by jumping on the pier. Nearly every citizen of Chambers county, Ala., has signed a petition, asking the governor to pardon defaulting State Treasurer Vincent. Vincent is in the penitentiary for fifteen years, four of which lie has served in the Pratt coal mines. LIFE SENTENCE FOR HENDRYX. Result of the Murder Trial at Goshcii, Ind.—The Prisoner Indifferent. GOSHEX, Ind., March 23.—The Hendryx murder trial, which has been before the circuit court for the past week, has come to an end, Hendryx being found gn.ilty and sentenced to the peni- tiary for life. The jury was out twelve hours and returned the verdict at 3 o'clock a. m. During the entire trial the prisoner has shown the greatest indifference to his fate and received the verdict very coolly. A motion was made for a new trial, and if not granted tha case will be carried to the supreme court. The crime for wbich Hendryx was tried was the murder of Edmund Cal- trins, at Elkhart in .Apnl last, Hendryx and Mrs. Calkins _ had an accident policy for 55,000 issued on Calkins, and in a week after the policy was issued, while out boat-riding-, they threw Calkins in the river and drowned him. Mrs. Calkins turned state's evidence and the ease against her was dismissed. Shortly after the murder Hendryx moved to Chicago, where lie was arrested in January. The evidence at the trial goes to show that a third person was a party to the crime, and it is possible that another arrest will result Futtt'I Explosion. PITTSBURGH,'Pa., March 3S.—A boiler explosion at Williams' brick-yard, near Hazelwood, Friday almost instantly killed John Jones, foreman. The furnace door was hurled against him, knocking him a distance of 30 foot, crnsliin}.' in his skull. Carter & Holmes, MAKERS of NECKWAER! CHICAGO, March 23, 189*. OTTO KRAUS, Logauspori: Dear Sir—Your recent 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 war- J rant a continuance of your esteemed patronage. We are Yours Respectfully, CARTER & HOLMES, The above Neckwear has arrived and we. respectfully solicit your inspection. OTTO A. KRAUS. TRY BEEF, WINE and As a Tonic. Sold by BL C. P U R C E L L , Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. WILL CURE. •/• ' * r/* ATARI? if L O A I AK K IT DYING BY SCORES. Fearful Mortality in Chitago— About 900 Deaths Reported for the Week—pearly ;i Quarter of a Million Kesidcnts Sick. CHICAGO. March 2S.—The deaths reported from pneumonia and kindred ailments for the week 90, the largest number ever recorded in this city. A careful estimate justifies the statement that nearly 250,000 people in this city are under medical treatment. Every branch of business is crippled by the prevailing- sickness. Thej, officials in the department of health say that the number of deaths reported this week is without precedent. There have been single, days in the history of the department when the number of deaths reported was unusually great, noticeably a day in July three years ago, when so many people were overcome by the heat. The number of deaths since the 1st of March, compared with the number for a corresponding period in 1890, illustrates the present condition of things very clearly. The table is made up by weeks: F'rsl S'rottd Thinl Fourth werk. let h. ive.'k. week, 1S<W ;.•!:« 4 as 40S 419 ISiil"..'.'. 491 TIJ9 S04 ft» Dr. J. D. Hammond said Friday: "The present epidemic of the grip is as bad as a season of cholera as far as the number of people affected is concerned. Every doctor, that I know is overrun with business." One undertaker, who has five hearses and thirty-seven carriages, cannot fill the orders that are brought to him. One day this week this undertaker had thirty-eight funerals, and to attend all it • was in some cases necessary to take a corpse to the church and while services were being held rush ofE to some other engagement in the neighborhood, to take a body to another church, then return to the first, take it to the train and drive back as fast as possible.to complete the service for the second. With the change toward milder weather that is expected at once an alteration for the better in the condition of the sick will probably follow. _ /.oe Gaytmi Wins Her Wager. NEW YORK, March 2S.— X ; iss Zoe Gayton, the actress, who on August 27 last left Kan Francisco to reach this city afoot inside of ^20 days on a wager of '$3,000, walked into the Grand Central degot at 8:51 o'clock Friday afternoon. She had accomplished the distance in 313 days. ISritlxli j March ' 28. : — G-overn'm'eirfc mining- statistics show that in 1890 Over 074,000 persons were employed in. about the mines in the United Kingdom. Of these 5,800 were 'females, all employed above ground; During -the year 181,614,288 tons of coal and 8,1^7,-476 tons of ironstone were mined, and S99 fatal accidents occurred, resulting- in the loss of 1,300 lives. ' A Girl Drowned in a Well. ST. Louis, 'March -28/-— A Macon (Mo.) special to the Post-Dispatch says: 3| At Bevier .Miss Gertie Redskins, aged .1 10, vcas found dead in a well near her ' father's house. From 'the evidence be- ,,i -fore the coroner's jury it cannot'be * told whether the drowning .was jacci- f^r dental or done by violence.'. The sup- $ position is that it was the former. Tough glass lamp-chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are made of tough glass. They rarely break except from accirlenti Plttsburg. CB'->- A - MACHETIT & Co. Both the method and results „ Syrnp of Figs is taken; it is pleasacfc and refreshing to the taste,, and actt gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-, tern effectually, dispels coi'ds,' headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of i?igs is th§ only remedy of its kind ever pro. I duced, pleasing to the taste, acd acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from' Hie most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have - made it the taort popular remedy known. Svrup of Figs is for s&le In. 5Gc 'and'Sl bottles by ail leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on 'Land' will procure it promptly for any one wishes to try It.. Do not -aeccvt substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG- SYRUP C& , SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY.. ;.' HtW YORK, H.I For sale by B. K Keesling and all Druggists.

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