Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 16, 1891 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 16, 1891
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1 ->"• .v;^_iu^'- wffj? The Soap 1 LIVELY COKPSE. An Iiitercntlnc and EntnuftlaNtlc Itteet- Injf o/f the Greys Ixant Evening. that Clea ns ost is Le nox. D. R PBYOR The Druggist handles purest drugs which the mar ket produces. — PRESCRIPTIONS A specialty. 516 E. Broaday st. Real Estate. For Sale orTrade In all parts of Logansport. Residence and Business "property. Sole Agents for the "West End Addition.'' And Johnson's Riverside Addition. Vacant Lots, on Monthly ^Payments. Bargains in lands close to city. t E. N. Talbott &Son, Real Estate Broker, St. Elmo Bloek. Broadway Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16. More new jackets at the Golden Eule. Beecham's Pills cures sick head, ache. d6t Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w At the reg-ular meeting- of the Logan Grey military company held last night an unusually large number of the company were present to protest against the rumored disbandnnent of the organization. A sort of an experience meeting was held, and those present were surprised to hear of the large number of business men who had expressed themselves to the different members urging a reorganization of the company. This encouragement coming as it did from men who have always had the interests and welfare of the Greys at heart had an. instantaneous effect of arousing the boys to action. A reorganisation was at once decided upon and committees appointed to solicit men and desirable members. These committees will, within a few days, call upon all persons that may be suggested to them, who are eligible for membership. Any one desirous of goinjj into the new organization can so inform any member or leave bis name with S. B. Patterson or at Johnston Bros', drug store. The Journal is very glad to hear of this determination of the members of the company as it has always been a credit to our city. Organised in 1S7-1 it is tb.8 oldest military company in the State of Indiana and has on several occasions responded with alacrity to the call of the county and State, taken an active part in all parades, and home entertainments, and been a good advertisement to our city generally. The present Captain, Wm- Chase, has had command of the body since 1854, and as a drill master is considered the best in the State. The company when re-organized will procure the regulation army uniform, at once began drilling and no doubt in a short time be the crack company of the State. Encourage the boys by your support SECRETLY MAIMED. Curtains made to order at the Golden Rule. Attend the musicale soiree at the Broadway Presbyterian Church. The Hon. B. F. Harness, of Kokomo, is visiting friends in'the city. All of Dykeman Bros, bread bears a label, none genuine without this la- ble. aprlO<J6t All orders for ice will receive prompt attention at John Baker's office, Third' street. aprlodtf Embroideries and white goods for confirmation suits, at the Golden Rule. Make your .ce contracts with John Baker, and you are certain to be sup-, plied. mchSodtf The Trade^ Palace .carpet room is doing a booming business. See their great line. E. E. Frost, of Louisville, was the guest of Geo. M. Safford, the Pan Handle passenger conductor Tuesday. The Silrer Leaf Pleasure Club will give a grand ball at |McCaffrey's Hall on the evening of Tuesday, April 21 st. apr!6d2t C. B. French went to Remington Tuesday morning to take the place of operator Tedford who will take a va- catien. Short breath, -palpitation, pain in chest, weak or faint spells, etc., cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Sold at B. F. Keesling's C?) WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh s Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and fl. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 7 ' 'Why, Maud, how your complexion has improved." "Yes, I took B. F. Keesling's'advice, and use the famous 'Blush of Roses."' 11— Wanted, agents to sell best dress patterns by measurement. Commission half.—Mme.; Schaub, 305 N.-Mississippi street, Indianapolis. The Trade Palace has the largest and most .varied stock of new and novel dress goods in the city, and. their prices challenge competition, Harry Hagenbuck returned from Chicago Tuesday where he has been in a wholesale, house for the past month. He will return soon and enter a law college at Evanston. Miss Bowon, of Delphi, Participates in a Romance. A special from Chicago says: Dispatches from Milwaukee ; confirm a rumor that Nolan Hathaway, of Chicago, and Miss Henrietta Bowen, the millionaire heiress of Delphi, were secretly married in that city on February 8. Hathaway's parents reside in Los Angeles, Cal., and he has had a remarkably romantic career. Miss Bowen is one of the heirs of the late Abner H. Bowen, over whose estate and the taxes thereon there has been much litigation at Delphi during the last few weeks. The notoriety occasioned by these reports induced Mr. Hathaway and Miss Bowen to have a quiet wedding and not let even their intimate friends into the secret until the Delphi storm has subsided. The marriage is affirmed on the authority of Rev. Sabin Halsey,- of Wisconsin, who tied the knot. Mr. Hathaway is employed with the American Paper Company Whea seen he declined to talk about his marriage or corroborate the report that he had matte an alliance with o»e section of-the late Abner H. Bowen'a $5,000,000. Nolan Hathaway has long been an envied young man. A handsome .face, a fine figure,.gentle manners and rich tenor voice have made him a great favorite of the ladieg, and to them he owes his prosperity. Envious people say he is lucky, but his friends say he has earned all his brilliant prospects. With a millionaire for a wife, and a patroness whose check is good for half that sum, Mr. Hathaway does not seem ? to have a life of worry and toil for bread before him. Oh, this ring-ing in the ears'. Oh, this humming in the head! Hawking, blowing, snuffing, gasping, Watering eyes and throat a-rasping, Health impaired and comfort fled, Till I would that I were dead! What folly to suffer so with catarrhal troubles, when, the worst cases' of chronic catarrh in the head are relieved and cured by the mild, cleans- .ing and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It ..purifies the foul breath, by removing the cause of offence, heals the sore and inflamed passages, and perfects a lasting cure. Notice. • All members of the I. 0. 0. F. anniversary coinmitee are requested to meet in the I, O. O. F. hall this evening at 7:50 sharp. It is important that all be present at this hour as the Encampment meets at 7:30 p. m. J. D. ALLISON, Chm'c. He Broke the Rank. "There are two dollars and a half in this bank; -take it as .security and give me a ticket." Such was the preamble of a peculiar request made by an impecunious individual the other night at the box office of the theater. George Moore paused in his rapid change making at she ticket window, for it was during the early rush, and picked up the "aims bank" which confronted Mm. Suspecting that the nickle plated affair contained three cent pieces instead of dimes, George with proper caution told the would-be purchaser that while the proposition sounded fair enough he would, before complying with the request take an ax and break open the "bank" to definitely ascertain the contents. "No you don't" returned the applicant, "if there is any breaking to be done on this thing, I .will do it myself," and taking the "bank" stepped out to the curb stone and laying the economic invention down on the pavement picked up a boulder : and knocked the thing galley west, scattering the dimes all around. Gathering up his treasure the young man stepped back to tbe wicdow, laid down eight of his carefully saved dimes before George, received in return five cents and a ticket and skipped up stairs, apparently much pleased at the way in which he had circumvented, the "bank." ... For the edification of the young man who "busted" his bank in the above forcible manner or any others who may, by stern necessity, be compelled to resort to some scheme to get at their carefully hoarded wealth, the Journal vouchsafes the following information gratis: Instead, of smashing your bank to smithereens, take a.thin piece of card board and after turning your bank upside down insert the card into the- slot between the dime and the spring. Then give.the device a-quick shake with the slot down and you will be surprised and pleased to see your dime roll out. The operation can of course be repeated as many times as there are dimes in the bank, or until you have out a sufficient sum to entitle you to a seat in the game. This is a far better plan than destroying your bank which makes a pretty and interesting play thing for the baby. THE POTTOWATTOMIES. The New Social Club Gcttlas: Solid PooUu" The articles of Association, constitution and by-laws oi the new social club, the "Pottowaltomie Club," have been drafted and are numerously signed by tbe representative business and professional men of the city and many others are expected to connect themselves with, the club. As set forth in the constitution the primary object of the club shall be to main tain a reading room, procure courses of lectures and other literary entertainments and the social enjoyment of the members of the association. It is designed that the club moot in regular meeting once a month, but provisions are made for special meetings, the same to be called by the President at any time on solicitation of five members. The constitution declares that at no time shall the club exceed a membership of one hundred and twenty-five. ' The membership fee is $25, and annual dues S12. Political and religious discussions in the club are expressly prohibited. The rooms are to be open every day except Sunday from 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.; Sunday, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. It is stipulated that no games o' any kind shall be played ou Sunday, that no game for wager or money will be allowed in the rooms, nor shall spirit- ous, vinous or malt liquors ever be permitted in the club rooms. The club has secured the entire second floor of the Elliot block, corner of Pearl and Broadway, and will fit up an elegant lot of rooms. The following- signatures are attached to the constitution up to date: G/mr WOMAN THAT HAS ANY 5EN5E, AND MANY THERE BE WE HOPE, ^^ \WILL SPEND HER CENTS FOR A USEFULCAKE Of FAIRBANKS-SANTA- GLAUS-SOAP. CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASE tired. Iitng-iii.! refilliur. low spirited and despondent, with no appa- nt cause. Imliffcstion, headache, pulns in the back, pains icrossthe Tlie Great Historical Play. In "Josephine, Empress of the French," Rhea's successful historical play, to be presented here to-morrow night, all the interesting- characters that figured in those stirring- times between the divorce of Josephine from Napolean Bonaparte and the formers death, are said tu be very cleverly outlined by the author of the play, Albert Roland Haven. Napoleon is shown in all the strength of his imperious, domineering-, ambitious manhood; Josephine in ail the nobility of her patriotism and sympathetic and loyal womanhood. She is represented as loving- Napoleon well, but France and the Emperor more. Talleyrand is shown as he was— diplomatic schemer whose brain never seemed to weary of intrig-ue. The character of the val- liant Marat is clearly cut, as are also those of the wily Fouche, the devoted son Eug-ene, the mischief-making Pauline Bonaparte, the heartless second Empress Marie Louise of Austria and the g-ood-natured Duke of Dantzig. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable by that terrible cough. Shlion's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by B. F Keesling. '' 2 : SHILOH'S-CUBE will Immediately relieve croup, whooping cough and bronchitis Sold by B. F. Kees*. ting 8 ; • The Comedians Barry and Fay. The announcement that those popular delineators of refined Irish comedy Barry and Fay are to appear at the Opera house next Monday evening in their jolly play "McKinna's Flirtation" will cause a broad smile of anticipation to rest on the faces of their many admirers. Barry and Fay are old favorites in this city and it is safe to say, that they will meet with a hearty reception. The company with .the comedians is the same that supported them during- their long.run of 175 nights at the Park Theatre New- York city last season and 'includes a beyy of pretty young gills who will introduce what is said to be a diverting feature of the performance by vocal and tepsichorean specialties. Deafness Can't be Cnrod by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of tlie ear. There Is only one way to cure Deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining o£ the Zustachlan Tube. When this tubegets Inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or Imperfect bearing, and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken oat and this restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases ont of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case otDeatness Cpaused by Catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure: Send for circulars, free. , . T. J. CHENEY J: Co., Toledo, 0. ^T"Sold by Druggists, 75c Jesse Taber, G-30 B Forgy, D D Dykeman, T H Wilson, E D Closson, M Winlield. S. T. McDonnell, Will M. Elliott, F. M. Harwood, I. 1ST. Crawford, W W Ross. D B McConnell, 'F M Rice Jas P Henderson, EG Wilson, W M Graffls. Sol Wise, L S Purcell. Walter J Uhl. A R Shroyer. G L Ullery, Harry Frank, Jehu T Elliott, Jno F. Johnson, WH Johnson, M J Fisher, Q A Myers, C F Rauch, C W Fisk, Chas E Hale, Rufus Magee, Wm Rosenthal, J E Redmond, H S Murdock, W E Haney, Harry Torr, H S Tousley, John E Barnes, B F Keesling. E N Talbott, Seth M Velsey, H C Thornton, B F Louthain, M F Manoney, Rob't Humphreys, W T Wilson, J W Johnston. Harry S. Elliott, John Lux, M. R. F razee. A. J. Murdock Zachary Taylor, E S Rice, W H Snyder, I Himmelberger. Otto A Krause, Jos Wiler, N 0 Ross, J B Shultz, Eli Greensfelder. C L Thomas, J B Winters, B Fisher, Jno C Dewenter, W D Pratt, S B Boyer, T. H. Simpson, Jno C Nelson S P Sheerin Chas L Woil, Geo W Funk. Alex Hardy, A G Jenkines, A W Stevens, C M Bennett, Wm H Brown, J F Burrow, Henry Tucker, J A Brooks, Dennis Uhl, W T Giffe, D P Baldwin, these by a thorough process of absorption. I f!fllU APP! IHATinW Pprt'cctly harmless, wbioli every lady can use, herself. Med- uuUnj. rii I LIUHtll/H icin i^ icines ciken jnturually will never relieve the many forms Of A female weakness. The remedy must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relief. A PI SIN TAfif Tfl J An!F^ irlouroll ' cuIllr - Asfcyourdrurcistforone.orsendtTO FLHIH lnL!\ IU LHUILOccnt suimp to home olnce lor sample box and circular. EVERY LADY CAW TREAT HERSELF. 0. B. Pile Remedy. O. B. Catarrh. Cure. $1.00 FDR ONE WORTH'S TREATMENT. —I'KEPAKEI> BY— O. B. Stomach, Powdar*. O. B. Kidney Cones. > J, A. McCILL, M. D., & CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CHI8AGO, ILL. FOR SALE BY B . F . KEESL1XG and .TOUSJSIOJf BROS. feblOdiwly W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. WHOLESALE DOOBS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N. W. Cor. Fourteenth ana Maple Sts.' LOUSVILLE, KY. ; ,'Mention this pnper. A P Jenks. Richmond (Ind) Telegram: F. K. Irvine, of Logansport, is in tbe city to-day arranging for the publication of a, new city directory for Richmond and will begin canvassing this week with the expectation of having- the book ready by June 1. That the work will be worthy of the name is assured by the fact that Mr. Irvine represents the well-known firm, of Wilson, Humphreys & Co., of Logansport, blank book manufacturers, who have made a specialty of directory work and thoroughly understand their business. A good, reliable 'city directory is something that is badly needed here and will be appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Owen returned from Washington yesterday and are occupying rooms at the Barnett. .Mrs. Owen stood the fatigue of .the journey well and is much better. As soon as she recovers sufficiently they will visit in Iowa at her old home. Mr. Owen will probably leave for. South America in May. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee" it. Sold by B. F. Kees ling 1 Some JTlorida Women. Some public-spirited, women in a winter resort in Florida have formed themselves into a society which they call the Village Improvement association, and have assumed the duty of keeping the streets clean. They employ a man to' pick every scrap of refuse which litters the pavement or glitter, and, as this f actotum is practically in the employ and under the atithority of every woman in town, whose vigilance is unceasing, his work is thoroughly and efficiently accomplished. At intervals along the pavement they have caused to be placed neatly-painted barrels, with a bit of verse .begging the pasajw-by to utilize them by tossing into them the bit of paper, cigar stump or fruit skin, which would otherwise be thrown down untidily. They have also organized the children into a society pledged not to throw any kind of litter into the pub- ,lic -.vays. That town is a model of Utopian cleanliness, and suggests the idea .that "city mothers" instead of fathers might be successful—Philadelphia Inquirer. * qurK2-|resh?" •WVi^Yl —"Are these mackerel asked a lady of a ragged but po&pous old colored: .fish peddler who came to her door. "Oh, yes, lady, puffeckly so, puffeckly so!" was the reply. "Jess nostrilize them, and see." " 'Nostrilize' them? What do you mean by that?" "Why, lady," said the peddler, with a look indicative of pity for : h,er ignorance, "smell 'em! smell 'em!" WnixhJiujton Lodge oftlie F. Iff. B. A. Washington F. M. B. A. of Washington townshio elected the following officers to serve the next six months. President-—J. F. Martin. Vice-President—J. D. Rilter. Secretary—J. P. Martin. Treasurer—Granville McClain. Chaplain—Will Halmert. Sentinel—Frederick Rech. Our lodge has a membership of thirty-two members. We began three months ago with fourteen charter members. There seems to be a growing desire and sentiment among farmers to become members of farmers organizations, which plainly shows that farmers are awakening to their interests and secse of duty. The future destiny'cf the farmers is within their hands. And with their present united force could accomplish almost any legislation they desire whether or not it would be in their favor. Knowing their present power should be a 'Warning for them to be very conservative in their demands. There seems to be an almost unaminous feeling among farmers that somebody not connected with their business or occupation is responsible for the present depressed; condition of agriculture. True' the farmer and his business is imposed upon to some extent by capitalists combines etc., through legislative bodies both national and local. But •is not a greater part of the blame resting in the hands of the farmer himself? Or are the farmers keeping pace with the times by originating new and better methods of farming, and. running their business in the most economical and profitable way, is the question., every member of farmers organizations should carefully consider. JOHN P. MARTIN, Secretary Lodge No. 5,153. We Tell You.Positively that Simmons Liver Regulator.will rid you of dyspepsia, purify your system, enable you to sleep well, prevent malarial diseases and give you a brisk and vigorus feeling* It acts directly on the liver and kidaeys, cleansing, purifying, invigorating and. fortifying the system against disease. .'• It will break up chills and fever and prevent their return—yet entirely free from calomel or quinine. to!9 A Safe JinvcNtiucnt, Is one which is guaranteed to you satisfactory results, or in case of~_ failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from., our advertised Druggist a bottle of-Drl King's New Discovery for Consump-'vj tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief'Jj in every case, when used for affection of Throat, Lungs or such as Consumption. Inflammation of «fj Lungs, Bronchitis, / ; aina, Whooping"^ Cough, Croup, etc., WJQ. It is pleasant*! and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe," and can ' always be depended upon.^ Trial bottles free at B. F,. Keeshng'* f Drug Store, 1 Kili Something !f ew in Corn—Jffew DrtedJCorn ITleal. ^ This.process retains all the sweet»i <; i and nutrimects of the eorn. It is thi*Js process that'has gi pen Kentucky and u || Virginia its great reputation for meal. To be had at the leading ceries. We are also manufacturing- pure whole wheat flour. This is also * on sale at all the leading. groceries in."' one-eighth barrel packages. -There i» / more nutrition in this .flour than in'. any other made. We are now pared to grind corn for feed in any" quantities • . declld&wtf D, &'C. H. UHL. EXPLAINED AT LAST. — The fact t that/a Washington never told a lie has satisfactorily accounted for. .He never M went a. fishing. The fact that White's Dandelion.Alterative has ba-<\ come the most popular liver and kid-Jf ney remedy is : also_; easily accountecL for. It.an is horestmedicine, made of* the best and purest materials that- money will buy, and performs all that' 1 is claimed for it. Try it. Sold by J>-^i E. Pryor and B. F. Keesling. to!9 James X. Gott, Carnil. III., . He paid thirty-one dollars doctor'*' bill for his wife in,one year, and one,;..™ bottle of Bradfield : s Female Regulaotr>T 0 VA " did her more good than. .all the cine she had taken before.—H..; Dale'. druggist, Carmi, 111. Write Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta^ Ga., for .particulars. Sold by Be« Fisher. to!9 A Foul-Mouthed Woman is even worse than a foul-mouthed man. But no one need be foul-mouthed if they, will only use .SOZODONT and rub it in well. Don't spare the brush and spoil the mouth as some parents do with their children when they withhold the rod, to29 Diphtheria. In a severe case, there is but thing, to do, get the nearest physician, -|< but how much better it would, be to,'i prevent a severe case by having Pine apple Syrup in the house; it will d the work. Try it. For sale by J. Coulson & Co. to!5 CHOUP, WHOOPING-COUGH andbron-|l chitis immediately relieved by Shilon*»j| Cu'rr. Sold by B. F. Keesling, 5

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