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April 19, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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\-sir Notto be Overlooked. MOTHERS and BABIES MADK HAPPY i Br mlnp STEIX- BACH'S, sr-sw- .Patent-' Afljnstabl* COACH,' COUCH , nnd-CHADLBlTrith. PAVILION TOP, I NPW and Snfe Whctl- ' Locking Dcmct.fSotli CUSHlON.nndothee j N Q MADE EAST K INFANTS HOT _ TORTURED WHEK *ALLTSG ASLEEP WHIIE SKATED I ' Ntrer DISTURBED In their SLUMBER I - '- PROrSCTION agttlnrt ALL CONTINGENCIES! STM-T Couch WARRANTED for ONE YEAU I • BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP 1 Jfone SUPERIOR I None more PRACTICAL I C*a b» wed TWELVE juoailu la tijo YEAJtf » In addition to our many departments we have added a complete assortment savtary, of Baby Carriages, Ranging in price to suit the most enconomical pur- chaser. Before purchasing kindly in- spect our assortment. The Grand Bazaar. Rememaei' our 25-cent Cuspi- dores are now on sale. MONEY TO LOAN! ina Notes Bougnt In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO.B.FORGY. DR. W D. SNOW, OFFICE tuiil licnidcncc 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, DR. E. M. HATCH, Physician and Surgeon. Office. ItcCuflre.v Block Broadway Cor. Sixth St Residence, 1122 HJgh Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld&wlm M O N E Y, Q*uvrfil Xupcranc* and Lot* en. All kin tin of In- IU.C&O06 plnowl in flravclftSK oompaiiie merit • j'OUoJes rnrofcafcd, Boridf* of written for partiec holding poalttenp nf vhvre a bond i£ required. PUABl, ST. n S. M. C1 o s s o MONEY TO LOAN, D nor jam at th» LC'WKBT rstee. Private tlffidl july. Monoy alwayn in bund. No re 1 tap* or fie- 'ay. Interest nnd_ principal payable ID Loaraa- port, Speoifii nrrimpdmentH BB to poymfmt of principal and Interest, made to suit tVo wia'iei' nf borrower. For fnrtb&r pRrtlonlars -apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrtn street, opposite Court Hoose, Daily Journal SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL. 19. Make your ice contracts with John Baker. meh24dtf Mr. and Mrs. George B. Forgy are spending Sunday in Peru. Dick Tyner is making his usual Sunday visit to Peru to-day. John'Burrows went to Peru last evening to take in the circus. Miss Maud Bevan has returned from an extended visit with friends at Indianapolis. Arthur Stuart, clerk at the Spencer house at Marion, was visiting friends in the city last night. .CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and hron chitis.immediately relieved hy Shiloh'i Curr. Sold by B. F. Keesling. 5 The Logansport Wall Paper Co. is the place to huy your wall paper and get your work done satisfactorily. Fast black hosiery on special sale at ridiculously low prices' lor best goods. Every ! pair warranted fast black at the Bee Hive. The silk sale will be continued Monday and Tuesday. Last chance, are joing off lively at the Trade-Palace. Think of silk x 25 cents a yard. Miss Flora A. Jones, South. Bend -Ind., manufactures famous "Blush ol Roses." B. F. Keesling sells more than any other druggist in Logans,..port. o— Mrs; S. L. Ta'nguy arrived yester day .. afternoon. from Philadelphia where she has been attending the sick bed of her brother the Rev. Geo. Bringhurst. She reports him not greatly improved. Mr. Bring-hurst is a, brother of Col T. H. and Mr. W. H. Bringhurst of this city. James, the 9-year-old son of Mr. »nd Mrs. J. M. Waldorf, died at 2 o'clock yesterday morning at their home on Spear street. Mr. Waldorf moved to this city three weeks ago from South Bend, to which place, the remains of the child . were taken for interment last'evening at 8:45. Mrs. Dr. Frank Overholser arrived yesterday morning'-frpm • Columbus, accompaninjj the remains of her little daughter Helen whose death occurred Thursday. .She was accompanied by her mother Mrs. Gorsuch and Mr. Will Miles of. Columbus. .-' Her.' husband's condition made it impossible for him to he present. ;at the funeral, which was conducted from the residence of James C. Hoglen at 4 oclock yesterdsty afternoon. The many friends of Dr. and Mrs. Overholser sympa- thise with them in their -sad bereave- men t. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harnisch on the 17th inst., a daughter. Several of our citizens went to Peru yesterday and "took in" Wallace's circus. Mr. and Mrs. D, A. Hauk and daughter went to Peru last evening to visit relatives. One of McCaffrey & Co.'s mules dropped dead on Wall street yesterday afternoon. Old age. Harry Voorhis arrived from Kansas and is attending the sick bed of his father at New Waverly. The opening of Wallace's circus at Peru, yesterday, attracted quite a number of LogansiJorters. Blouse waists, ladies and misses shirt waists, new style belts and Windsor ties in most elegant variety at the Bee Hive. Sleeplessness, nervous prostration nervous dyspepsia, dullness, blues cured by DrrMiles t Nervine. Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (2) After all said and done, you know that if you come to the Bee Hive you can always be suited in style and price on all kinds of dry goods. The Pottawottomi club will meet at the new court room Tuesday evening next for final organization and the transaction of other business. A full attendance is requested. Lafayette Call: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kenedy, of Oakland Heights, royally entertained a party of friends last evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilken, of Logansport. The three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hank, of the South Side, died at 1:30 a. m. yesterday, the funeral will he held at 1 o'clock this afternoon from the house. The Journal collector will, start out on his regular monthly round to-morrow. Have your shekels ready an d save him the bother of calling again and yourself the annoyance of being- dunned, Francis Murphy arrived in the city at 8:45 last evening and is the guest of the Barnett hotel. He will conduct ,he union temperance meeting at the rink this evening .and every evening 'or the next ten. days. At the Universalist Church this morning at 10:30 o'clock there will be Christian Science services, and at 12 o'clock Bible lesson. A cordial invitation extended to all. and a kindly hand given to all—rich and poor. At the English Lutheran church this morning Pastor McMackin will have for his theme t 'Living unto God.' 1 Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30. There will be no evening services as the congregation will unite in the temperance meetings to be held in the rink. Mrs.M. E. Nethercutt and little son, of Battle Ground, arrived in the city yesterday en route to join her husband Rev. M. E. 'Nethercutt at their new home at Markle, where he was stationed by the late Methodist conference. Mr». Nethercutt will remain in the city for a few days, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bert Small. Rev. J. M. Oldfather, DD., an old college friend of Rev. E. S. Scott, who has been for the past eighteen years a Missionary in Persia^ will preach in the Broadway' Presbyterian church this morning-. In the afternoon at 4 o'clock there will be a Union Missionary meeting in the same church. Dr. Oidfather is an interesting- speaker, d will have a good' deal to say in both these, services of the hindrances which Mohamadanism presents to ;he . spread of. • the gospel. All are cordially invited to attend. Miss Marguerite Howard entertained a large party of friends at her home on Spear street Friday evening, the occasion .being her 18th birthday. Che affair was a very pleasant one, and .several attractive new games were introduced, receiving much favor rom the'guests. Among these games was a .bubble, contest, each guest be- ng. provided with pretty hand painted ouvenirj pipe with which to blow oap,bubbles. .The prize for largest lubble was awarded to -.James Cotner, lylvester Sutton .receiving the booby irize for smallest. An elegant sup- ier. was served at midnight and the evening was thoroughly enjoyable. Ill -'leinorluiu. At the funeral of Mr. Jeseph Douglass, which was attended by a very large concourse of old neighbors and friends at the Betheny church in Clay township on the eight of the present month, the following tribute to his memory was read by Rev. Dr. Putnam wbo conducted the services: Joseph Douglass was born in Darke County, Ohio March 1, 180S; died April 6th. 1881, 83 years of age. The family as the name indicates, was of Scotch antecedents, the father Capt. David Douglass betraying that fact by the characteristic Scotch accent. J»;eph Douglass was one of a large family of children, four of whom, all advanced in years, eurvice him, Willlam Douglas, Mrs. Nancy Barnett, Mrs. Covault and Mrs. Dunkle. He began the battle of life at an early age. Seeking a home in the new state of Indiana he emigrated to the Wabash valley and here in the then almost unbroken wilderness, he began to make for himself a home. His memory of incidents connected with his early life here was very clear and accurate. His fund of anecdotes of pioneer days was well nigh inexhaustible, but his memory of dates was singularly defective. Hence it is uncertain just the year when he first came to Cass County. It is certain that he was a mere lad, probably seventeen or eighteen years of ajre, and came -with a company of surveyors who were running a line for a projected canal. He came to make his permanent home here about 1829. He was in the employ of the government at different times, to farm for the Indians, as was then the plan. In this work he became well acquainted with the Indians for whom he often expressed the deepest sympathy. In 1833 he was married and brought his young bride to his farm. A little log cabin was their home. A dense growth of timber hid the soil that was to yield them their living. Scarcely a single native tree stands on that land to-day. One by one they gave way before his strudy stroke; the corn field and the wheat field crept up to the shade of the edge of the forest, and then the line of timber fell back to a new position; and then the wheat field came forward, and so it went on year after year until patient, persistent toil won the strug. gle. But he never ceased his wofk till the last. Idleness was a crime in his eyes. He had no patience with a shirk: When his last illness came to him, it found him at work. His integrity of character was beyond question. It is told that once when he visited Gen. - Tipton, Indian agent, to get the money due him for work, Gen. Tipton rolled a keg of money from under hia bed, where he was keeping it till pay day.and said, "Now Joe, go take out what I owe you." Mr. Douglas 1 first wife died in 1851 and in 1853 he married Miss Harriet Pu£fh. who still survives. It is needless to say much about his personal traits and character. Everybody kcei? "Uncle Joe". All his faults are far out-balanced by his least virtue, and to-day we remember his thousand kind acts toward his family, friends and neighbors.. We remember his sympathy for tnose in trouble, sympathy that he was quick to measure with dollars; we remember his lore of truth; we remember his loyalty; we remember tha.t no one today is poorer that he might be richer. No one ever hungered that he might eat. We all now and always will remember the patient father, the kind brother, the ever helpful Uncle Joe. with his mother. Mr. Middleton was prominent in local Masonic circles being late W. M. of Tiptoa Lodge, F. and A. M. His funeral will be conducted under the auspices of this lodge to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, services at the house, by Rev. E. S. Scott, of the Broadway Presbyterian church. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery- Two Funny Men. Barry and Fay are names that stand for all that is humorous and eccentric in the Irishman.of the modern stage. They are essentially of that class of characters which is developed io the son of the green isle who makes America his adopted land. We all know them, know their wit, humor,^shrewdness and infections jollity. Barry and Fay are conspicuously ;the leading- stage types of this style of character. These admirable artists will be seen at the opera house to-morrow evening in their funny play, "McKenna's Flirtation," the piece in which they made their phenomenal run of 175 nights ai the Park Theatre, New York City, last season. Included in the company supporting these comedians are the latest importations the Misses Coog-y.n and Gorman, late of the London, Eng., music hall, who will introduce their terpsichorean novelty called the "Butterfly Dance." Their grace and beauty has been highly indorsed by the New York press where they made their first appearance in this country four weeks ago. 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's 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 net follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. B. F. Keesling Druggist. 1 Services at the Baptist church at 10:30 a. m.,preaching by Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, subjeot "All things work together for good." Young people's meeting at 6:15. The preaching services will be omitted in the evening-. The congregation will unite in the temperance services at the rink lead by Mr. Francis Murphy. GOOD READING! Calico Shirt Waists, Percale Designs, li, cents. Three Shirt Waists ' and Blouses, Flannelette, for 50 cents. ALL 3 FOR 50 CENTS. Fishing Tackle Free Witn Children's' Suits. Garners Percale Mother's Friend Shirt Waists, Same Quality as the ?1.0jQ> and the $1.25 laundried, for »0 cents. Imported Percale Shirt Waists, Mothers Friend, the only real imported! Percale ever shown in Logansport, worth §1.50 reduced to 75 cents. Base Ball Outfit—Belt, Bat, Ball, Cap—Free with Suits in Boy's an<5> Children'* Deoartment. OP IN! It is impossible to enumerate prices on Children's Clothing-. Our stock and variety is too extensive. We promise you you will be pleased, and will be> most happy to show you through. Remember, they are on the First Floor-!— just inside the door. Price Our Boy's Hats and Caps, 18e 18c You have been paying 50 cents for them. Come in crbwds to OTTO KR A.US, "OF COURSE." TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. P U R C B L L, . Druggist^ 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. The Dentil of David Mlddlcton. In the death of David Middleton, sr., Logansport has lost one of its most conspicuous figures, and the tall and commanding presence of the old gentleman will be long missed on the streets of the city. Although his long and hopeless illness had prepared his friends for his death, yet the demise of Mr. Middleton is none the less universally regretted in this community —in a community in which he had "been an active 'figure for so many years. Everybody knew Dave. Middleton, and to know him was to hold him in respect. As an officer of the law twecty-five years ago Mr. Middleton created for him- Belf a reputation that was more than State wide, and while serving as Marshal of Logansport and in other public capacities he became a terror to evil doers which became a local proverb. To the toughs and bums which once infested the city Mr. Middleton was a continual and powerful menace, and the fear of his "setting his foot on 'em" deterred many a criminal from acts of lawlessness. Although his advancing years retired .him from active life sometime -. ago, yet he remained even to his' death a. strong factor iu local affairs and his death has removed a citizen whose memory'will livelong after him. David Middleton was born in Sligo. Ireland'July 1, 1818, was therefore nearly 73 years of age. He cam'e to America in '38, settling at Quebec, where he was employed in railroad service . for some years coming here in 1859. He was citjr Marshall of Logansport from '63 to Wand did much toward cleaning out a worthless element of society here. He was married to Elizabeth Goodwin at Detroit April 18. 1859.. .Two children were born to_ their union, a soa David Middleton, jr., surviving together Commendable. ; A11 claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig SyrupjjCompany. 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. , Sav* the Southern Medical World: "Mother's Friend" is growing in favor throughout the South and is highly recommended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they must pass through the ordeal of child-birth. Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. tol9 Special Meeting. There will be a special meeting at Tipton Lodge No. 33, F. & A. M., thii afternoon at 3 o'clock, to make arrangements for the funeral of Bro David Middleton, which will take place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. • All Masons in good standing invited. JOHN M. JOHNSTON, W. M. JOHNSTON BROS. "The Corner Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway, (Strecker Building.) s A Full and Complete Line of DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Bot3i the method Syrup of Figs is taken; it is'pleasatt ' and refreshing to'tlie taste, and act? gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, .cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds,' headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of ?igs is thj only remedy, of its kind ever pro. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in 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. byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand \vill procure it prompt! 7 i';r any one who wishes to try it. jjo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA r.o j;:w/» co SAN FRAXCiSOO, CAL, I.QUISVILLF. W HFW YOft '. IU ' TorsalebyB.F.Keesltagand all :rjggists. DOLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday, April 20th. FUN :-: LAUGHTER :-: FUN The Famous Comedians. BARRY & FAY Alter a run ol 175 nights In New York In tlielr fuiiuy Play "McKeniTa's Flirtation." The largest Comedy Company on the road, including the latest Importation, The MISSES COOGAN & GORMAN In their terpsichorean novelty, the BUTTE-R;FLY DANCE. All Seclal Scenery. You will Lauglil You.ca'n'trielp it. Yours Forever, Mary Ellen Ryan." PBICES AS USTJAL. Sale of Seats begins Saturday April 18th. at Keesling's Drug Store. "THE SWAN" The perfection of Fountain Pens. ' l It is always ready for use. It F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over J. Hcrz' Tnllorlng Kstab- JiBhmcnt.HOy Market Street. ' aprlld&wtf Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of introducing my work to the musical people OJ Logansport F have reduced my price lor tuning Pianos, $2,50 to SI.50. I also keep on hand.a full supply of repairing material. Pianos repolislied, restrune, new hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or light. Flrstclasswork. • SJtyears experience. Orders by mail or left at Allen Klchard- son,s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs, as above.- marlldSm W. ». CAJPBO1V. does not skip and... Never Overflows. You can'travel the world over with one of these pens in your pocket filled and you are "Master of -.the situation." Wilson, Humphreys Co.

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