Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 23, 1891 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 23, 1891
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Bazaar Specialties fop this Week. The articles below will be on Special Sale lor miss seeing them. this week only. Don't now 18 lar price ar price 33 cents, RAILROAD EUMBLItfGS. Planished tin, copper bottom, rcgu'ar price $1. 25 this week 70 cent,-.. Our Queensvvare and Tinware departments are now complete, you can find anything you want, at exceedingly low prices. The Grand Bazaar. DP, CORBETT,V.V.S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience is now permanently located at . ' DieWs Livery Stable 209 Harket street, Lognnsport, Incl. Dr. Corbettwlllbe pleased to waltupon all who may favor him with a call. THE MURPHY MEETINGS. iis; DitercKt In tlie Advocate's Effort*. Great MONEY TO LOAN! ind. Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 percent. GEO. B. FORGY. declSdAwSm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given .'to Acme and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. M Q,JN E Y, Cttneral Intnianoi and Louie. All Made ot In- •urano* plawd In flrstclans oompsnies, i!ndow- .meet polloleu purelifiKl, Bondn ot naretvBl. written for parties boldlng poeltlenfi of trun wh«re » bond.ln required. . . PEARL ST. S. M. C loss on . MONEY TO LOAN, n »nj mua Bt the LOWEST ratri. PrlvBtp fDfidt cralj. Money alweyMu hand. So re 1 tape or d«l«7. IntsrsHt and principal payable IE Logan* port, dp&ol&l arrangements as to payment oi principal and Interest, made to tnlt tHe wtxbei ot borrower, Tor tnrthnr psrtlonlBrt apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth • . , . street, opposite- Court House. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing my work to the musical people ol Logansport I nave reduced my price for tuning Pianos, $2.50 to S1.50. I also keep on hand a lull supply, ol repairing mntwlal. Pianos repollshed, restrung, new hammers, tone regulated, -action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or light.' First-class worfc 83 years experience. .Orders by mall or left at Allen Slchard- son,s, 414 Founh Street- Organs as above. marlldSm W. D.JCAPKO?.'. DR. E. M. HATCH, - HOMHEOPATHI8X — Physician and Surgeon. Office, McCaffrey Block Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Eesldence, 1122 High Street, Logansport, Ind. aprldJcwlm ; F. M. BOZER, p. D. S. DENTIST. Ofllce Over-JV Herz' Tailoring Establishment, 409 market Street. aprlld&wtr Daily Journal. THURSDAY MOKNUfG, APEIL 23. A large^line of spring jackets at the Golden Rule. 'Otto ' Kraas says the people are mighty chilly. . What a lovely line of chinaware, at tlie Grand Bazaar. Black lace [flouncing and silk nets, at the .Golden Rule. '"•''You will always find the best ice cream at the Vendome. apr23d4t : Special, prices on dress goods. See advertisement.—Golden Rule. . We lead the world on washboards, call and see our^display.—Foley. ; Ton of Otto's best men have been busily employed for ten days past marking down prices. Who ever heard of a washbord display? This week we can ' show you something unique. —-Foley. CROUP, "WHOOPING COUGH and bronchitis immediately'relieved by Shiloh's Gurfi. Soldby B. F.'Keesling.. -5 • T-hey are hard to -arouse, 1 but Otto says he'll stir, 'em up If he has to hire a man,to;..stand outside, and give his .gfrods away...;'." ;'•--'. : B. F. Keesling. sells just as much -.'Blush of Roses' 1 to gentlemen as to ladies, as they also desire a perfect •complexion. 7— Sleeplessness, nervous -prostration nervous dyspepsia, dullness, blues cured by Dr.•Miles l INer | vine. .Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. (2) John Meek has just lately received a copy of the revised statutes on the internal revenue laws in which is noticed a Considerable change over the old laws. " J I The interest, iu the Murphy meetings at the rink continues ^unabated and last night another tremendous crowd gathered within the doors of tlie rink lo listen to the gifted temperance orator. Francis Murphy has a knack of holding public interest that might well be paterned after by public speakers on all subjects—he never grows tiresome, ever new, ever original. He says something to interest every one within the sound of his resonant voice; grave or gay; temperate or intemperate, all find something in his speech that appeals -to their condition and are drawn by an irresistable power to the man who can hold his audience so closely, a man whose labors have been fruitful of so much good for humanity. With Francis Murphy on the rostrum interest never flags, enthusiasm never wanes. From tears to laughter; from smiles to cheers the audience is swayed by his inimitable discourse and his manner commands attention by its very earnestness. He does not, like many .temperance workers hit directly at the saloons, his plan is even wider than that, he hits at the consumers of strong drink, to those who patronize the saloons. Destroy the saloon patro- 'nage by converting the intemperate ones and you destroy the saloons. He fights the drinker and not the drink sellers. His mission is the grand, broad one of conversion and that he succeeds in it is attested by the scores who have pledged themselves, God helping them, to abstain from strong drink. The number of pledge signers is growing larger nightly and before the meetings are at an end it is predicted that the list will be as long as the one rolled up during his wonderful ministration here two years ago. The song service and ' 'talks" by Converts add no little degree of interest to these meetings and the - crowd never lacks for entertainment. Go to the rink to-night and hear Francis Murphy, if you have never heard him before, and you will'go again and again. Rev, and Mrs. S. W. Brown and, soc Wiley, departed. yesterday morning for their new home at Crawfordsville, where Mr. Brown has been called t<3 the pastorate of the Christian Church in that city. Tuesday evening the members of his late charge in this city tendered him and his estimable wife a farewell reception at- the residence of Dr. Justice on Tenth street, which was very largely attended. During Mr. Brown's three years labor in this city he has done much ia the cause of humanity, and the church over which he presided received an impetus such as it never had before. In the departure of Rev. and Mrs. Brown Logansport loses two valued -members of society and earnest Christian workers whose absence will belong felt. What is Logansport's loss is Crawfordsville's gain and the church at that 'place is to be congratulated upon gaining such earnest leaders as Mr. Brown and his .charming wife. The well wishes of th'e Journal and the community follow the family to their new home. Yesterday at high noon at the home of the bride's parents in Peru, occurred the wedding of Miss Jennie Norton formerly ef- this- city, and Mr. Rome Depugh of Wabash. The following persons from this city were in attendance,. Mrs. J. C. Ward, Miss Maud Ward and Harry Ward, relatives of the bride, and Miss Maggie Pelton, Miss Lottie Polk and Frank Beroth. ' Klein to go Nortk To-day. being impossible to make out the necessary paperJB for "Barney",Klein's admission ,to.:.the••• penitentiary yesterday, his removal to Michigan City was delayed until-co^day, when he will be accompanied to that place by Sheriff Donaldson and, a deputy. 1/ciiiK from tlie Note-Book of Our KitiHvuy Reporter—Points Personal aiul Of JnerwiNc. Delegations of the Brotherhood of. Locomotive Engineers from Cleveland, Detroit, Fort Wayne, Norwsilk a-nd Columbus, 0., were in Toledo on Monday to attend the funerals of the engineers Topliff and Bacon who were killed in the Lake Shore wreck. The steel rail mills all over the country are preparing to work up to their full capacity. The trunk lines have placed their orders, and also some of the ^Northwestern lines, and it is stated that Southern roads will next month be in the market for 300000 tons. Philip Boynton. who runs engine 66, on the Lake Erie & Western road, the old I. P. & C. division, is Said to be the oldest in service of any engineer running into Indianapolis, He has run an engine between Peru and Indianapolis thirty-five years, commencing when David Macy was president of the road. W. Houghtaling, the conductor of the train on the Lake Shore road which met with so serious an accident in March, 1S90, near Buffalo, and who was arrested on an indictment for manslaughter, and acquitted, died on Sunday night from grief over his arrest n.nd the implication that he was responsible for the accident. Id the accident alluded to six persons were killed. The attorneys of the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago road paid the wife of Wendell Strope, the engineer who was killed a few months ago near Frankfort, his engine being thrown from the track by a cow, §8,000. There was a question as to the liability of the company, but Mrs. Strope did not bring suit against the compay and they felt that it was just to pay her something for her great loss. A Journal reporter had a talk yesterday with General Superintendent Charles Watts who is here for a few days as a witness in the damage case of Anson Wolcott against the P. C. C. & St. L., Railway Company. In response to the reporter's query concerning- the proposed connection of the State Line with the Chicago division from Curveton to Royal Center, a line to do away with the bad hill on the latter division, Mr. Watts replied that the company was in no condition at present to push the connection; that the ; work would .not be commenced this year and probably not during the next year. The connection will be a costly bit of engineering and at present the engineering department of the road is not burdened with any great surplus of funds. " Until the money is forth coming for this work the connection will not be made. Mr. Watts said, however, that the road would be built as soon as possible, that operating a road up the Chicago hill was not only expensive but was fraught with a degree of danger that m-ede the company anxious to get around is. This hill has long been a bug bear and the Curveton-Center connection is an assured thing, but may not come for a' few years yet. Mr. Watts is enjoying exceptionally good health and his pleasant smile and genial manner retain all the old charm that made him so highly esteemed a citizen and popular superintendent here. It is just about a year since Mr. Watts was promoted to the position, of General Superintendent of the Northwestern lines of the Pennsylvania lines and this his first visit of any length back to the old home is received with pleasure on the part of his friends here. ItodgcrN-ScIiludcmuii. .Yesterday morning at. the residence of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Luke Rodgers, in Wolcott, Miss Josie Rodgers was united in marriage to Mr. Charles Schlademaa formerly of this city. At two o'clock the happy young couple arrived in the city and last evening were tendered a reception at the residence of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schlademan, 104 Sixth street. This reception was an elegant affair and was attended by a large number of Charley's friends whose congratulations over his having gained so fair a bride were loud and sincere. An elegant supper was served and the evening proved very delightful. Mr. Schlademan left Logansport about a year ago and entered into business with his brother. George at Seafield where they are both prospering. His bride is a most estimable young woman, pretly and accomplished and will make him a good wife. The newlp wedded couple will remain in the city a few clays then depart for Seafield where the groom has prepared a home for the reception of his fair bride. The Journal extends congratulations and well wishes. PETE BROCKMAN Has taken charge of Otto's Ben and '•Ben," said Burleigh as he placed a can of oysters on the editorial desk as a tribute to his chief, and deftly chased a cockroach from the paste pot,! "how am I running?" 4 'You are running 1 like - , I mean you are doing well," said the chief. "But there is one thing.Burleigh. The City Clerk has furnished me an esti mate by_ which it is apparent that the length of your name will cost the city $23.50 annually for ink if you are elected. This is an era of retrenchment and reform, and the taxpayers will learn of this. I would advise you to drop a few of the initials and sign yourself simply 'B. Read.' Any greater name than this should be enrolled on the tablets of fame and not on a commitment for a plain drunk. Besides, Burleigh, there is no use in a man dragging the alphabet through the world after him simply to give the tombstone man, a bigger contract at his death." Human Xnture Anssrts Itself. Huntington Heruld: "The proprietor of McCaffrey's store in this city, James McGurty, was married at Lpganspprt, this morning, -to Miss McTaggart, daughter of the well- known citizen, James McTaggart, of that city. The ceremony took place in St. Vincent's Catholic church. The couple passed east on the noon train' to-day and several were at the depot to get a glimpse of them and extend congratulations. Well, Jimmy's marriage is a shock to the boys here, for he had escaped the shafts of Cupid so long and had so many business cares to claim his attention that no'one ever suspected he even had the slightest thought of matrimony. He has a good deal of common human nature about him alter all." Cliild'sDepartment First Floor, with orders from the Proprietor to reduce Stock Regardless of Price. M> Kraus says SELL, Cost not to be considered. Therefor those in need of Boys' and Children's CLOTHING Should Investigate. WAISTS INCLUDED, Prices ranging for 50c Waists, 15c. $1.50 Suits, 75c. $1.00 Waists, 50c, $3.00 Suits, $1.50 The Losaii Greys Reorganized. The combined efforts of the members of the Greys in connection with the influence of the business men, and the press, has had the effect of infusing new life into the Logan Grey military company. At tke meeting last night nearly all the old members were present and heard the reading of the applications of seventeen new members, the following being the list: Joseph Cahill, C. B. Buchanan, , Howard Stitt, £d Stuart, A. B. Wal- tsr, Fred Davis, Otto Landrey, W. B. Swig-art, Wm. McClure, : Clarence McKeever, Harry Tritt, .'' ; 6scar Seybold. H. S. Elliott, A. £., Anderson and Will G.raffis, who were-.voted in as members of the company. . Notwithstanding the" 1 flattering result of their endeavor the boys are not'yet satisfied, but intend adding desirable material to . that they already have and will continue soliciting until the membership of the organization reaches as high a mark as the company ever had. A Boon to Wives. Having used '"Mother's Friend" I. would not be without it. It is a boon ; to wives who know they must pass 1 through .the painful ordeal of childbirth. .• Mrs. C. Melbourne, Iowa. vVrite Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to26 Happy HooKicrs. Wm. Timmons, postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitteis has done more for me than all other medicines combined, for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidney and liver medicine., made me feel'like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a bottle, at B. F. Keesling's. drug store. 2 The funeral of Martin Heenan held yesterday morning at St. Vincent' de Paul church was attended by the fol lowing parties from out of the city: John Heenan, of Kansas City, brother of the deceased; Mr. and Mrs. John' Castello, brother-in-law and sister of the deceased, Thomas Howe, of Chicago; Mrs. Patrick Glennon, of Lafayette; Wm Smith, Michael Ryan, jr. John Fogarty, Wm. Black and Michael Ryan and wife, of Anderson. 'Commendable. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig SyrupjCompahy. It acts gently on the vkidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing th'e system .effectually, .but it is not a cure-all- and makes no pretensions that every ; bottle' will- not substantiate. Base Ball Outfits Free. Fishing Tackle Free. OTTO KRAUS, (C OF COURSE.' T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. P U R C E L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. Not BO SlcHc After All. Idaville Observer: The Logansport papers had Bon, John G. Timmons brought home from th'ere one night last week in a condition of dangerous illness—those city doctors have very strange ideas about the amount of sickness .an Idavillian can stand and not give up. — .» Saratoga High Bock Water, the genuine. on draught at Bus- jahnV apr23d2i . JOHNSTON BROS. " The Corner Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway, ( Strecker Building.) A Full and Complete Line ol DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. • • 'I r

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