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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 5, 1891
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FREE READINGJR ; aOM, Open Daily ana Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All MOTHKKS and BABIES MAKE HAPPY r - By Hsinp STEINBACH'S NEW Patent Adjurtubls COACH, COOCH nn<l CRADLE! with. PAVILION -TOP, J."c\v nnd Sate Wtiul- J.ncktnp Hence, Soft CUSH10N.nndor.lier CHIMES OF NORMSDY. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any, sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts e per cfint. GEO.B.FORGY. decI3d*w«n> MONEY TO LOAN, a tmj Rum at th» LOWEST rate*. Private tundi only, Uoney ftiwayu In baud. No re \ tape or d* lay. Interest and principal payable In Logaiio- port. Bpeoltl .Arrangements as to payment of principal and Interest made to eult tHe ^rleheg of borrower* For further particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Yridnys-or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence .102 PuwneeSt. LOGANISPORT, • • - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Besponded to. Reform in -Ruby CmcXa! SEAT INSTANTLY THAXK- FORMED INTO A BEDI BABYRAIS- JN« MADE EASY! INFANTS NOT TORTURED WHEN: FALLING ASLEEP WHILE SEATED I Never DISTURBED In their SLUMBER ! PROTECTION ngninst ALL CONTINGENCIES t, Every Couch WARRANTED for .ONE YEAH I BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP I None SUPERIOR'! None more PRACTICAL,' CUD 6« used TWELVE mocthj In me YgAjBI We would be pleased to . show you the above cab, known all over., the United States us Steinbach's Patent Sleeping Couch,, to be had ..at !"•"." '.. Tlie fiianft; Bazaar. 307-4th street. A I'redltoble Performance Given by Tlie Home Company tit the . Opera Hons- Ijiiiit Night Mn. Allen'* Parisian Face Bleach Golden H»lr Wash. Mamma Dura, for developing ihe bust. Rusma. for removing superfluous nair. Ban? dresilnf. All goods wholesale and'-retall. Send y c:s. for illustrated circular. Full line of fine hair coods. Mrs. R. W. Allen, =19 Wood. AT., Detroit. Mich. Sold by druggists. DR. E. M, HATCH, —HOHKEOPitTHI VT — Physician aM Surgeon. Office, MuCaflrey Block Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122 High Street, Logansport, Ind. aprldiwlm MONEY, nrt Lo«n«. All Hnd r 01 In•crone* pllood in nrgt chute companies. £ndow rncnt policies pnrob«e<t, - Bonds of enrefrh. written for plrtles holding poBitlenR of tmn *h«n « bond Is required. 319 FEARJL ST. S. M. Closscn, DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. THREE NIGHTS. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. ' APRIL 5. Friday and Saturday,' AprJl 3d and And Monday,'April 6th. Planauett's Charming Opera Chimes off Normandy Will be given by a strong cast, large ehoras ;md Orch' hestra.' New and Elegant Costumes! Bright • and tuneful' nirislc. The "produc- llon will be under the auspices of the lady managers of the : • Free Reading Room And direction of 'Mr. Demorest. ADMISSION 50c. GA11EKY 25e. . Xo extra charge for reserved sea's. Tickets nowonsaleatjfeesllqe'sdiuprstore and by the ladles of the Heading Room Management. The Opera Pinafore Is also In active preparation and will be given. with special scenerj, costKmeK stage effects and laigechorns;asslstedbythe -Logan Greys; wh» In a body, t> gether with 'Us 'Sifters and Cousins and Lls Aunts will accompany Sir Joseph, Porter on his tonr of Inspection. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tuesday Evev^April ; 7ffi. A. C. Guiitei-'s Great Comedy-Drama, MR BARNES, Of New York. , Produced cinder tlie .management of Mr. FRANK W.SANGER Of the Broadway Theater. Slew York, with the original Cast and Scenic Effects, including the famous Railroad Scene 91,OO, 75c, 50c, 25e. FNftl I OL1?0 OPERA HOUSE, C.INv3L-lon O INDIANAPOLIS. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF TH E WOBLD'S GREATEST ACTRESS, BERNHARDT! IN VICTOREAN SARDOU'S TWO GREATEST '-.-': PLAYS, • , . APRIL 14, "FEDORA" . APHIU5, "LA TOSCA" Pltnntid with the tame Grant Company and th> Mr Elftborat* Scenery, Coitumes and^Propertivi- 'ww*r« amployad'tn New York. • ; PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS: All Lowar Poor, $3. All -2d iFloor r $2. ^All 3d Floor, It. Sale of Seats Begins MONDAY, APRIL 616, Snto on t» i«cui«d by writing or tiltgnphlng Dlckwn It Tilbott, Indiinipolh, Ind. SPECIAL. NOTICE.— P«rtlti«f tin or m«r« «mn »<m ndutwl nt<i, Apply to Loci) Agint . Lotto, at the Bazaar. .Notice the Bazaar's advertisement. Make your iue contracts- with John Baker. mch24dtf Miss Jessie Cummings went to Chicago yesterday. Our line of 48-oent games ace surprising.—The' Bazaar. "Stanley in Darkest Africa," the very latest home game published, to be had at the Bazaar. Mr. G. W. Burrow and family returned yesterday from an extended visit at Pensacola, Fla. !~- : Wanted, every .lady in Logansport to know, that B. 1\ Keesling sells famous "Blush of Koses" for the complexion. . 2 - : It pays to buy your shoes where they cater to the wants of their customers, that place is at Murdock's 306 Fourth street. ' .-••'•• : Henry Thieme, J. R. McG-uire and T. S. McDowell arrived from Lafayette at4:OG p. .m. to organize an asso- ciatisn of stationary engineers. . : Monday you can get a pair of kid gloves for 25 cents a pair, job sizes, 5--J, G, 6|, 6J, 8, 8} and 81. Come quick if you want a pair.—Trade Palace. Make your homes attractive for your children, keep them in at night by amusing them with games. We carry a full line from 5 cents to $1.25. —The Grand Bazaar. . Big drive in our carpet -room' this week; 125 new pieces. Sec our curtains before buying.; no, humbug, or deception, or goods . misrepresented.— Trade Palace carpet room. At the. Universalist Church this morning-at 10:30 there will be Christian Science services, and immediately after sermon'Bible lesson. An invitation is extended to all. . The thirty-five sales ladies and men at the Trade Palace want - to see all their old customers and many new ones this week without fail. Please don't foi-get it—something new. Housewives will be pleased to learn that the Grand Bazaar have added a complete line of tinware at astonishing low prices. It must be seen to be appreciated. We would be pleased to show you. The^celebrated Nashville Students, a company of colored, singers, will give .a concert in..the rink on the evening of April 7." 1891. , See small bills. Admission adults, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents. apradSt Services at the- Christian church this a. m. at:. 11 o'clock : and in the evening at 7:30. Preaching by Kev. T. S. Freeman.- Christian. Endeavor society, .will meet at o:45 p. m, A cordial invitation is extenedod to. all. A party^of Logansport people consisting of J ; ohn Horstman, ...Fred., and George Boerger, Chas.Dieckman, Fred Drompp and Will Schraeder will take advantage of the cheap . rates by the Wabash to-day and visit friends and "relatives at Huntington. . Eev. Thomas Marshal .of Chicago •will give addresses at the First Pros- byterian . church'••,this morning and evening. The evening^service will be a union meeting, with "the Broadway Presbyterian church.. The public will be interested in both thes,e. addresses. There will be the usual services in the English' Lutheran 'church to-day. At 11 .a. m.- Pastor McMackin will have for his theme; "In His Name." The hour of the .evening service will be 7:30 insteadiof 7.p. m. The evening subject is,--("The" purpose . of our lives. Persons having no'church home are especially invrted to attend these services. Satisfaction beamed in the faces of the lady managers of the free read-' ing rooms last night during the progress of the second presentation, of the pretty opera "Chimes of Normandy" at the opera house. Even Mr. 'Demorest, the omnipresent director who was so glum the night before, relaxed somewhat and condescended to exhibit his approval of the way things were going on the stage by an occasional smile, and the company from .the highest to the lowest personage in the cast exhibited a complacent self confidence begotten of the knowledge of well doing. The second performance went off smoothly and pleasantly and the panic stricken sort of an air which characterized the action of the company during the rendition of certain scenes the night before was entirely absent. The leading- roles were portrayed in a pleasing manner and the chorus came out with a fullness worthy of professionals. Mrs. Kreis' unfortunate indisposition still prevented her appearing in the role of Serpolette, but Mrs. W. H Anderson, profiting by the exceedingly trying rehearsal of the night before sustained the part admirably, To act and sing as Mrs. Anderson did last night on the strength of one rehearsal, indicates a latent histrionic ability akin to genius. Miss Cora Britton had happily regained her fine voice almost entirely and was able to play her prrt without being embarrassed by the very trying situation in which the failure of her voice placed her the night before. Miss Brittoa made a charming and graceful Germaine and captivated the audience by the power of her . pretty voice and her winning manner. Alvin Denbo as the' Marquis was less- stilted in manner and more full of ease and his voice rang out with rich vigor in his stronger lines. .. The Gaspard, of Mr. Demorest, was a strong production; especially in the scene in the haunted chateau did he display a forceful power that stirred the audience. Mr. Demorest is aa actor of wide ability, and would appear to better advantage,in a stronger role. The Jean Grenicheux, of A. J. Dickerhoff,. was meritorious, and at times mirthful, while the Ba- lille,' of S. H. Hendee, aud the Notary, of J. C. Bridge, were well taken. The chorus, both iu stage comportment and power of tone was unexceptionable and was loudly applauded by the audience, which by the way was not so large as the performance, and the cause for which it is given deserved. The repetition of the opera Monday night promises to be more largely attended than on the preeeeding evenings and if the same degree of improvement is made by the company as was noticeable last night a first class performance will be given. It is thought that Mrs. Kreis will be able to appear to-morrow evening. l«ew All<-u ArrnnjceK Another Fight The announcement at. .Michigan City that Harvey Hanmer and . Lewis C. Allen, the Logansport slugger^ had signed articles for a prize light within thirty days; caused an elevation in the spirits of the sports at that place and in several of the surrounding towns. Now comes the additional announcement that another prize fight is on the tapis, and more sport is anticipated by the interested .parties. The men in this affair are Corey and Keating, who were once arrested for. prize lighting. :The Michigan City Dispatch of Wednesday, gives the following ac- count'of the proposed fight. It says: .' 'Lew cago Allen while in last, night arranged for another finish and Keating. fight between Corey It will be within six weeks and within ? UO miles of Michigan City, for $250' a side. The articles of agreement will be written to-night and signed by, Corey. Tomorrow they will be forwarded ''to Keating for his signature. Corey will train Allen, both being now:,.in preparation for a match. - ' • - , ' 'It will be remembered that it was Corey and Keating who fought between Crawfordsville and Lebanon and for which they were arrested. It was in Corey's case that Judge Snyder decided a few weeks' ago that prize fighting was not illegal under the statut* of Indiana. Carter & Holmes, MAKERS of NECKWABR ! CHICAGO, March 23, 1891. OTTO KKAUS, Logansport: " i Dear Sir—Your recent order is -just completed a;id goes forward by to-day's express. V r 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. Mr. Barm's of New York. Mi-. Barnes of New York in its nova- tive form has had more readers than any • coDtemporsary novel. This is authenticated fact. As a play Mr. Gunter's story has proved equally popular, the house being- crowded where- over it is presented. At the opera house next Tuesday evening April 7th Mr. Frank W.-Sanger will introduce his Broadway Theater company and all the scenic effects will be given including the railroad scene. The railroad scene has won much praise for its novelty, In illustrating the journey of Mr. Barnes and. Enid, Austruther from Paris 10 Nice, so graphically and humorously described in the novel, a train oC cars is made to pass in fell view of the audience; stopping at Toners, Dijon and 'Lyons. During these intermissions the action of the play progresses. The above .Neckwear has arrived and we respectfully solicit, your inspection. OTTO A KRAUS. The First Stop. Perhaps you are run down, cant eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you founder, what' ails -you. You should, heed the warning-, you are taking- the first step into nervous prostration- You need a nerve tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous systpm to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising- results .follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your, appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and tne liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50 cents at B. F. Keeping's drugstore, G T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, ;•'..•.- j ; . .... As a Tonic. Sold by H. C P U R C E L L, Druggist, ' • • .'. . . * ,. . « 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. KAIL ROAD RUMBLINGS. Theg-ospel temperance meetings on the North Side under the leadership of J. B. Stanley have been well attended and successful. Up to date 210 signatures have been obtained. The meetings will continue until Tuesday evening. The meeting tonight will be at the usual hour. An organization will be perfected " and weekly meetings held. lathis connection attention is called to the fact that Francis Murphy will be here April 19. Commendable. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system, effectually, .but it is not a cure-all and makes, no pretensions that every bottle .will' not substantiate. J. E. Reagan, who has conducted" the leading horse-shoeing establishment in the city for the past 16 years has sold his business to James Carney who has been for some years, in the employ,of George Shaffer. Mr. Reagan will take the road for a horse- shoe'pad company of Chicago. Few followers of current fiction, but who baveread that most delightfully refreshing.novel "Mr. Barnes of New York" and. have felt their blood course more rapidly through their veins at some of the exhibitions of daring ••nerve" on the part of the cool New Yorker. All who have read this popular story will, attend the opera house next Tuesday night, and will influence their friends to do likewise to see the excellent dramatization of the successful novel. A number of Logansporters have seen Mr. Sanger's excellent company in this stirring play and speak loudly in praise of the same. Secure your seats early for Tuesday night. READ! BEAl>! ! KEAD! ! ! And you will learn how to save rnooev. Before you order a- suit of clothes go and see the great new opening. • The Philadelphia merchant tailor from which you "get a suit of-clothes to order from $18 up, made in first- class style. Spring overcoats, from $16 up. Pants to order from §3.50 up. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Come one. come all. It •ostsj/you nothing to examine our goods at 419 Market s ;reet. Brudflcld Female Regulator Should be used by the .young woman, she who suffers from any disorder peculiar to her sex, and at change of life is a powerful tonic; benefits all who use it. Write the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, tta. For particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher & Co. to5 Clipping. I am prepared to do horse clipping in first-class style at Earl Stuart's Livery stable. WARNER STURGEON, marSldGt The Baxaar .headquarters for -all kinds of popular games, having received, a complete line, from the East. P. DOMENEK. Notice. Mrs. Celia J. Tigg tenders her services to the citizens of Logansport as sick nurse, having had many years experience—hopes to give entire satisfaction. Residence front room at Mrs. McMisn's, No. 722 Race street. .. apr5dltawlm B. F. Musser, the young man. who attempted suicide in this city Wednes-. day has been removed to the home of his uncle in- Kokomo,.where, he is improving. . . • For Sale, • Lghty feet front on- Market street, 'between 17th and ISth., Inquire at 1706 Market street, apro-12-19 Miss Lizzie Ruger, of Lafayette, is visiting-friends in the city. Stumback sleeping coach at the Bazaar. . ISTotice advertisement. Notice the Bazaar's advertisement. Item* front tiie Note-Bo.ok or Uu Railway Reporter—Point* Ver- noiial mid Oilier\vlKt\ The official directory of the Order of. Railway Conductors, shows tha there are 275 divisions in the.nationa organization, with an average mem bership of 93 to a division. The association is most prosperous in the States of New; York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, . Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska'and California. There are. prospects of a heavy increase in the earnings of the Logansport division of the Vandalia within the .next year.. .; When- the World's Fair opens in Chicago next y there will be of course a. rush of.both freight and ..passenger business • and the Loga:nsport line will-coine' in for its share. Freight billed Chicago has almost a,direct .line over .the T: H...& L., as that line has so many Chicago connections: . Among these are the Monon, the Big Four, the Chicago & Erie, the Nickle Plate, the Pan Handle, Grand Trunk, the Baltimore & Ohio and . other lines and freight shipped from here to Chicago- cai be'sent over .the connecting lines at any of the crossings of the roads named." As for passenger business there are several things in favor of the T. H. & L. A fast train will probably be put on -to reach. St. Sosepb sometime in the evening, so as to make connection with the Chicago boat. At taking'this route a passenger can secure a berth for the night and havs a good rest until .morning w.ith- oiit having to hustle for a lodging place in a crowded, city at night. It is believed that this will prove a popular route and' that the travel will justify putting on.special accommodations. , ..-•'. • >. ' TJie Monetary Confere'nee'Ended. WASHINGTON, April 4 —The international American monetary commission.., which organized Jiere last January In. pursuance of a resolution adopted by \l the late international American, confer^ ence, closed its session Friday by the adoption of a preamble reciting- that the : fixing of, a ratio between gold and sit t '•> :ver and 'the"adoption of a common.... monetary unit does not seem at present 1 ft feasible. A resolution was passed end-' -ing the work of the commission. A Noted Former. Escape*.. DESVKR, Col, April 4 —Georg« (, u v , win, who ranks among tlie most expert ' forgers in the world, escaped from the county Jail some time Friday;morning:.t. He. made exit tlu-ongh. the window ol, his cell by cutting the iron bars and'. then dropping fifteen feet to the ground. He was a United States prisoner* charged with raising the denomination of bank notes without the government's ,: sanction. Foal Play Suspected. ' GALESBUR«i',JU., April 4,—William'' Kellum, a lanner living ten miles south',V of here, was found dead, in his-feed ,lot; ' J Friday evening. When he left the aousehe was in goocl health. As bruises'*• were found on hit, head, there j are sus- *,., jicions that lie may l\ave been mur- ~JS lered. The coroner is investigating. ;h.e mystery. BURIED BY AN AVALANCHE. A Kiimil.v. of Nlne^Persoiis Bnrlly Jiijnrctl —Three Already Dead. HAUFA.X. April 4.— At St. Anthony, -Newfoundland, last wtek an avalanche. of snow swept down a- .cliff. -and. on to .the house .of -,,Levi. .' Andrewsl Ivine people' Avere in. the house at the time. Mrs, Andrews' body was found six, days after under- 14 ieet of snow. The head was smashed and neck and ' arms- were broken. The. eldest' daughter was found lying across, the stove crushed frightfully. One of the sons died three days afterward. All the, others of the family were badly injured and two may die. LONDON*.. April •!.— The king- of Greece ia about lo become a guest of the prince of Wales at Ararlboiwig-li house. He proposes to acquire "an estate in England and to- reside there permanently, abdicating the throne oi Greece in favor of his son. the duke o£ Sparta. He -lias an' immense fortune, due to Bourse .speculations. Both tie method acd results .,_„. Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasart ". and refreMiing to the taste, and acfi '_{ E sntly yet promptly on the Kidneys/ J* ivex,and. Bowels, cleanses the sys-" tern^effectually, .dispels colds, aches and ;feyera and cures .habitual '.'"i constipation. Synip of Figs is tl<, ' only reroedjr of its kind ever pra duced, pleasing'to the,taste'cad acceptable to the stomach, prompt in '<•, its action and truly beneficial ia its! effects, prepared, oni? irom the ratMt healthy and agreeable substances, its many .excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most^ popular remedy known. byrup of Figs .is for sale In 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug-., gi«sts. Any reliable druggivt who' may not h#ve it on hand will pro- ' cure it promptly for any one win wishes to try it; .Bo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA F!G SfSVP C3 SAN FRANCISCO; CAL. '01/'!>VtUS. W. NFO/ >OM, H I Forv;deby B.J'.Kfeslingand all Druggists -

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