Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 14, 1891 · Page 8
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The Time Is Now Here. And we are prepared to supply you with a complete line of We are. the Authored Agents for Wright & Distan's, Peck & Snyder, and Spaulding's Tennis Racquets. ' TVlO f-rPCinH T^Cjrroci-p (Remember our 25-cent Cuspi- 1 11 tJ VJi dilU JDdZddl . ) dores are now on sale. FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GBO.B.FORGY. deelSdiwGm MONEY TO LOAN, n ,t,y sum at the LOWEST rotes. Private hmdi July, Money alware IB bend. No re 1 tepa or del*y. Interest and priiiclp&l payable ID Log&iift- p-irl, Special nmujReioente «» to pnyiceut ol p-Inoipai and Interest, made to suit fie wlshe.oi ODrrower. For farther particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Satardaia. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. FRANCIS M. BOZAR, DENTIST. Office Over J. Herz' Tailoring Establishment, 409 Market Street.' . aprlldifcwtf Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14. DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence iQ2 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. DR. E. M. HATCH, - HOMOEOPATH1ST — Physician amysurgeon. Office, McCaffrey Block Broadway Cor. Sixth .St. Residence; 1122 High Street,'Logansport, Ind. aprld&wlm MONEY, Qtneral Ineoreno* nii<! Lcwo. 411 fcinflH or in- •aranoe placMd Ic first olftiti* companies. Enrfo?- meat policies rnroh»nod, Bonds o< soretytii. written for psrtlep SoldltiK po8itt«nn of trum wbtve ft DODd IP required. 319 PEARI, ST. S. M. C loss on . 1ND1ANAPOU9. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST ACTRESS, RERNHARDT! IN V1CTOREAN SARDOU'S TWO GREATEST PLAYS, , APRIL 14, "FEDORA" . APRIL 15, "LA TOSCA" < um« Gr»t Compuy ind thfi Mm* Eltbortt* Sc«n»iy, Cottumei ind Piop«rtiti . u w»n wnployid In Niw York. PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS: U Ifnt Fleer, $3. All 2d Floor, $2. All 3d Flaor, $L Ssle of Seats Begins MONDAY, APRIL 6tb, luti w b* Hcund by wrltlnf w M*fi*phJnf Dlttou JiTilboti t SPECIAL NOTICE*— Pvtlnrf ten tr mwt MA WWM Apply t* Lonl Afint DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Friday Eve., April 17t]]. Special engagement of the Distinguished Artiste ana first appearance, of that .Tragic, Emotional Actress aud Beantlfoil Woman, R HE A! In her new Historical Play, by Albert Roland Haven, (founded on the lives ot Napoleon Bonaparte and the Empress Josephine). JOSEPHINE Empress 'of tlie French ; . Supported by-..,WILLIAM HARRIS- as Napoleon -Bonaparte. And an Excellent.Company. Make your ice contracts with. John Baker. mch24dtf Attend the masquerade at McCaffrey's hail next Friday evening, April 17th. Mr. J. S. May, trainmaster of the Richmond division was in the city yesterday. Wall paper, the most complete stock in the city, no doubt of it. No fancy prices.—H. Wiler & Co. Wilson Annahal, son of T. C. Annabal, of Goodland, is visiting at the residence of W. T, Wilson. Wanted, every,lady in. Logansport to know that B. F. Keesling 1 .sells famous "Blush of Roses'" for the complexion. 2 Arthur Stuart of, Marion was in, the city last eveaing enroute from Indianapolis. Arthur is evidently pros- p:ring his new home. • Yesterday in 'Squire Smith's court George Fiddler was fined and costed $3.85 for provoke on John Haeaey. Both parties live in Deer Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. George Powlen and daughter Gertrude of Ottawa street Sundayed with Mrs. Powlen's parents Mr. and Mrs. Cogley, of Ford's Crossing. The man from .the South Side who bDught the tobacco from Lee Wah Sing and skipped out without paying had better come and settle up and save trouble. Get your laundry done at Lee Wah Sing's on Third street. White shirts, 8 cents; cuffs, 4 cents per pair, and collars, li cents. A lady wanted at the above laundry. aprl2d3fr The "Maple" of the Woodman will meet Thursday instead of Tuesday, at ?:30 p. m. .sharp; at Good Templars' Hall, over First National Bank. A full att«n3ancels'requested as important work is to be transacted. .Rochester.Republican: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barnhart will entertain a party of young people this.evening at their home on south Main street in honor of Mr. B.'s sister, Miss Emma Barnhart, of Logansport, who is visiting here. Rev, Dr. Putnam, Rev. E. S. Scott, Elders McDonald 'and James and several other.gentleman departed yesterday for Rensselaer to attend the annual meeting of tlie Logansport Presbytery in session at that place this week. : Hon. John Green Timmons of Idaville, was in the city yesterday and was taken suddenly and. seriously ill in the aftprnoon. He was.conveyed to his home last evening at 7:30 and his condition will probably confine Eightieth Birthday. Last Saturday. April llth. the children, grand -children and other relatives, friends and neighbors to the number of fifty, assembled' at 'the home of Mrs. Mary Carter to celebrate her 80th birthday. Four sons, three daughters and nineteen grand children were present. One SOB residing ,in California aud one daughter in Minnesota were unable to attend. Other grand children and three great grandchildren who lived at great distances were not there. The best of humor prevailed. All enjoyed themselves. The order of the day, until dinner was announced, was social conversation, principally old time anecdotes and incidents, in which the family and their associates had been personally interested, - Thez-e were but few of Mrs, Carter's earlier friends and- neighbors present as most of'them "have gone to their reward beyond the river." Dinner was of course as it always is —one of the chief features of the exercise. Two of the large rooms were occupied by taules, and the ladies of the party outdid, themselves, in covering said table with- good things. All ate heartily dyspeptics included. - The writer is afflicted with the disease named, and the dinner gave him a severe attack of it, but he wishes it understood that it was not the quality of the viands that affected him, but the quantity. When a good dinner is set before him he must eat all he can if it does make him sick. You know how it is yourself Mr. Editor. Mrs. Carter is the widow of Ashford Carter, who was well known to all the older settlers of Logansport and vicinity. He established a tanyard in Logansport when it was a village. A few years later he became a pioneer farmer .of Clay township. On the bend of the Eel river just below where Adamsborough now is, on what he named Crawfish Bottom, he cleared and improved a fine farm, where he died in 1861. DYSPEPTIC. [Pharos please copy.] RAIL ROAD-'RUMBLINGS.' Items from tlie Note-Boole of Our Railway He-porter—Point* Per- aonul uii«l Oiliur\vii«c. \V. B IjancnsteiY Dead. William B. Lancaster, the well- known Pan Handle engineer, died at his home, corner of Wabash avenue and Oak street, Sunday morning at 8:45, after a long and painful illness, the result of a complication of diseases, primarily due, it is said to the con. stant jarring motion of the engine. The deceased was in the prime of life, being but35-years of asre.' He was born in England. He began services with the Pan Handle company •in 1378, and made his last run on Christmas day. He leaves a wife and • three children to mourn their irreparable loss. Wm. Lancaster was one of the best known and most popular of the many employes of the Pan Handle in this city and his funeral which will be held to-day at the Broadway M. E. church at 2:30 o'clock will be .very largely attended. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers; of Uniform Rank K. P.; of Cass Council Order of Chosen Friends and of the Iron Hall and carried insurance in the several bodies aggregating $4,-100. The funeral will be under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias assisted by the other orders. Beit and Bnrjtcl£li. The Chief sat in his sanctum. The circling smoke which gathered gracefully about his head came from a half burned Wheeling stoga. Suddenly the door opened and Burleigh stood before him. "I have come," he said, "to thank you for your kindness. Once more you have dragged me from a deep and eventless obscurity and seated me upon a pinnacle of fame. No hero or heroine shall be more worthy of your regard, no vassal or 'vaseline shall be more yielding- in your hand." Good Louthain was moved to tears. "Go out into the hurley, Burleigh, and labor," he said. "When you want advice come to me and if in May you are not a Mayor it will be because I am no longer Chief. Go Burleigb, and square yourself with the Mafia first." The Vandalia management is preparing a new time .schedule f*r the T. H. & L. division, which contemplates putting on a fast train each way between Terre Haute and St. Joseph, Mich., hauling a parlor car. It is the general verdict among .locomotive engineers, who i'un night trains on the Indiana and Illinois roads, that Thursday night last was one of the worst nights they have evei experienced. Excessive darkness, high winds and heavy rains contributed to such a condition of things. For a few hours to make any speed seemed almost impossible. As the engineers express it, they were obliged to feel 1 their waj- along. . "Officials connected with the running of trains" remarked a railroad man the other day, "should be selected from men in the running department, and not from office and dry goods clerks. There is a train master on a certain road in this State who was previous to his promotion a clerk in the superintendent's office. He once deemed it necessary to 'jack up 1 an engineer for comine- in late. The engineer excused himself by .saying that he 'hung up' on a certain, hill caused by a heavy train and a 'bad rail." Anybody that ever railroaded three months knows that In railroad parlance a 'bad rail' is a slippery track caused by rain or frost. Now .what do you suppose this trainmaster did? He boarded the next passenger train, rode to the top of the hill and walked all the way down looking for what he conside-ed a broken rail. That is the sort of officials they have on some roads. A prominent Reading railroad official was talking about railroad affairs to the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the conversation turned to mascots. "I remember," said he, "when I was an engineer on the main line, many years ago,and of course you know we all have our little superstitions. Well, mine was this: While running over the high trestles of the Catawissa division, where you know, the train seems to be moving through mid air for several miles, and there is nothing but rock! and timber below, I was in the habit of watching for the appearance of an old man- whom, 1 noticed, always crossed the track'just before we came to the trestle at the same time every day, rain or shine, winter or summer. I came to look upon this old character, with his bent form and white hair, as a mascot for the safety of our passengers and our train, and I always breathed hard until I rounded the curve, which was just a few rods before the trestle, and easier when I saw him. He came to know the sound of my whistle and always waved his hand. "Well, one day he didn't appear as my engine approached the spot where he was accustomed to be and I was that scared I stopped the engine. Something told me all was not right, and I couldn't have driven that train on to save me until I had investigated. Sure enough I walked out on. the trestle with the conductor and fireman, and about 100 yards out we found a rail loosened and turned-to one side. A freight had •passed over an hour before and done the mischief. We went- on down the road and.the next day my old friend was on hand as usual. I stopped the train to speak to him,'and he told me he had been sick the day before. 1 am not given to foolishness, but I tell you I connect that man with good luck, for the day he died I was" pro-- moted and have go'ne up the ladder ever since." Say! you fellows that think you most go to the Tailor to get a fit: Otto offers special prices to introduce his Long and Slim, Short and Thick, and Extra Fat Suits. EXTRA SIZE SUITS. EXTRA SIZE PANTS. ' , Long and Slim Suits. Long and Slim Pante, <« snort and Stout Suits. Short and Stout Pants. Child's 3 Piece Suits, Child's WAIST &KILT Suits. OTTO A. KRAUS. OF COURSE. Can Fit and Suit any man. TRY BEEF, WINE and IROF, ' As a Tonic. Sold by H, C. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. THE KLEIN MURDER TRIAL Cliarlet) C. (Barney) Klein Placed on Trial for the Murder of Jolin Gibb». Judae Cox Presiding—The Jury Hard to Get. . The Costumes ar« Suuerb. .' TheilountlnKOl the Play Magnificent. "Rhea's" greatest and grandest success. him_to the house for 'some time. Hon. and:Mrs. "W. D. Owen left Washington yesterday afternoon and will arrive at home to-day. -Mrs.- 1 Owen's condition has improved until she is able to make the trip, although she still suffers the effects of her long : and serious illness. They will ' take their rooms at the Barnett hotel. One of the very handsomest signs ever, hung in Logansport is the elegant sign which Harry G. Tucker the tailor has suspended in front of his emporium on Pearl /street. ''-Puck" has long been Harry's trade mark and the picture of the mischevious little fellow figures conspicuously in the design which is both unique and attractive. . Good. lioolcg, 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 affected 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. Keesl'ing's drug store, 50c. per bottle. ' '• 4" Fits, spasms, St. -Yitus . dance nervousness and hysteria are soon cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine'. Free samples at B. F. Keesling's 0(4-) Twelve and a half cents per pound for a good California peach, atFoley's. Com mendable • 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. Attention, K- of P! All members of Apollo, Bridge City, and all other E. P. Lodges in the city, are requested to assemble at Castle Hall at 1 o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of Brother W. B. Lancaster. Services at the 'Broadway M. E. Church at 2:30 p. m. GEO. GONSEB, K. K. S. A L.a-ly In, Texas Write*: My case is long standing; has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy I could hear of, but Bradfield's Female Regulator is. all that relieved me. Write the Bradfleld 'Keg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for • further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. . to!2 Attention, U. It. K. P! All members of TJ. R. K. ~£. are requested to assemble in armory at 1 o'clock sharp to attend the funeral of Sir Knight W. B. Lancaster. GEO. GOMSEE, Capt. Div. Yesterday morning in the circuit court the trial of Charles T. ("Barney") Klein was placed . on trial, charged with the murder of John Gibbs in January. Judge Cox, of the Miami circuit court, the judge before . whom the Harvey murder case, was tried last term, is on the bench and the case will hardly be concluded this week. The defendant's interests are looked after by Dykeman, Wilson & Taber, and M. D. Pansier and Prosecutor Me- Greevy is assisted by MoConnell and Jen kin es. The morning was consumed in an attempt to s'ecure a jury. The regular pannel of sixteen and the spepial. venire of twenty men were soon exhausted and the judge issued an order for another venire of forty men. All who were examined .yesterday were found incompetent,to serve .as 1 jurors and the lawyers are in doubt that a jury can be secured from the forty additional narnes.'-' Bach side is entitled, to twenty-one' peremptlory challenges each and'the notoriety this case has gained throughout the'county- will make it extremely difficult to secure twelve unprejudiced qualified jurors. . The case will, be watched with considerable interest. Klein has almost entirely recovered from his -attack,-.of; rheumatism and sat a close spectator of the proceedings.•• Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr King's .New Discovery for Consumption. Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck len':i Arnica' Salve and -Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do -not hesitate in guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the pur. chase price, if satisfactory results do not -not. follow their - use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits.' B. F. Keesling Druggist. . 1 BAD FOR LIVE STOCK. . Thougands Frozen or Starved to Dentil IB the; Par West. < ' DENVER, Col.,.April.IS.— Reports received here f rom : the southern Uto agency are to the effect that the Indians have lost nearly all their stock by the recent heavy snowstorms. The snow covered the ground to a depth of 4 feet and horses and cattle by the thousands starved to death. The Mo- ' waches and Capotes had 17,000 horses and as many cattle, of •-which they 16£t nearly all. The Apaches.in New Mexico, who own the largest herds of sheep and horses of any people in America, •, lost entire herds by the storm. An Abolitionist Ucader Dead. BOSTON, April 13,-^Hirarn W. Blaa- chard, an abolitionist intimately associated with Garrison, Phillips, and. other leaders of the anti-slavery movement, died at his home in Neponset, aged 80 years. Dp to within a fevK.days of iia death he was in active business as' a: o carpenter and builder -and fire insurance agent. . . .... ... .... Barry Sullivan Dying. April 13.—Barry Sullivaa, the well-known actor, is dying. He was born at Birmingham- ia 1834, and made his first appearance m Cork ut 1840. . . . -Maklns: Hcliool. •Mrs. Pickenpack, 521 Broadway, would like for those interested in practical dress-making to call and investigate our method of teaching Mrs. ?lesber's ladies tailor system of square in measurement. You can sew for yourself while learning. We teach drafting, cutting, fitting arid design- ng. Guarantee perfect fits without trying on. Now is the time, girls, to earn to make your own spring dresses. 'Joth tie method and results whet t Syrnp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and actt' gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, head-1 aches and fevers and cures habitual , ( constipation. Syrup of Figs is tht ' only remedy of its kind ever proi duced, pleasing to the -'taste acd ac- ^ ceptable to the stomach, prompt Suits action and truly beneficial to. its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances', its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable' druggist who may not have; it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA F!8 SYRUP CG , SANFUANCISCO.CAL. 'OUW'US, KY. NFWrOR'.N.I For.salebyB.lP.Koesllngmid all trjgglsts.

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