Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 24, 1891 · Page 5
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Bazaar Specialties fop this Week. The articles below will he on Special Sale /or .this - week only. Don't miss seeing them lar pi-ice 75 cents. now 18 cents regu- lar price 85 cents, Planished tin. copper bottom, regular price $1. 25 this week 79 tents. Our Queensware and Tinware departments are now complete, you can find anything you want, at exceedingly low prices. • The Grand Bazaar. Dr. GORBETT, V. V. S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience is now permanently located at Diehls Livery Stable 209 Market street, Logansport, Ind Dr. Corbett wll 1 be pleased to wait upon all who may favor him with a call. apr22ditw:lm ' MQNEY^TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GEO;B.FOKGY. declSdiwflm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPQR1V • • • USD. Special .Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of "Women and Children. Consultation Free. NlgM Bell Promptly Eespondad to. . MONEY, Oniuml Insurant!* and lioua r jLllklndo otln- •uranoe placM In Brst clans. eomp&nlM. Endow- mult poIlolM pnrobMed, Bonds oJ mmtriL. written for purtien holdinn positions of. iron •her* » bond U required. • • -819 PJBARlfST. S. M. Clbsson. MONEY TO LOAN, B snj mm it the LOWEST rates. Private (nodi onljr. Money alwayf In babd." Ho re 1 top» or d«l»y. Interest and principal -payable In Logan* port. Special arrang«aentB le to payment ol prlnelpu and internt, made to >nlt t>e wlnbeB of Borrower. For farther particulars applj to Fred W. lunson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 FourtS street, opposite Court House, Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing ray work to the musical people of Logaiasport I nave reduced my price for. tnnlng ,PJano8;.;$2i50 to SI. 50.'- L'arso keep on hand a full supply of repairing material, Pianos repollshed, restrang, new hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or light. First-class work. SS years experience. • Orders by mall or left at Allen Richardson^, 4U Fourth Street- Organs as above. marildSm W. B.JCAPHON. DR.E. M. HATCH, Physician andl Surgeon. Office,. ilcCaffreyjBiocfc Brpadray Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122 High Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld&wlm F. M, BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over J. Herz» Tailoring Entnb- ] l»Ii me lit, 409 -^rTarket Street. apriid&wtf Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24. The genuine .Read's lansdownes, at the Golden Rule. Ninety-seven,-carpets sold yesterday at the Trade Palace. You will always find the hesb ice cream at the Yendome. •• apr23d4t Foley's coffees are the'- best' that money can buy. Try them. Boys and men's bycicle hose from 25 cents up.—TradeJPalace. Charles W. Raber and Lavina Hill; Gottlieb Strahle and Lena Beigler are licensed to wed. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Shultz are rejoicing oyer the advent of a son and heir-into their home. |5id. A. Vaughn, of Chicago, is in the city for -a-day or two, shaking hands with old friends. Rev. Father E. P-Walters, of Lafayette, -was in the city yesterday the guest of Father Campion; GROUP, WHOOPING-. COUGH.,and bronchitis immediately relieved by. Shiloh's Curr. Sold by B. F. Keeling. 5 Oh! such lovely dress goods and so cheap, is-the watchword .of the-Trade Palace patrons. See the lace ftounc- ings. : . ... .r \ Sleeplessness, nervous prostration nervous dyspepsia,' dullness, blues cured by Dr. Miles l JN'ervip.e.- Samples free at B. F. Keesling's. ,;. (2) Mr. J. C. Northlane,/ Pan Handle agent at Union City, is in. the' city during the Woleott damage suit against the Pan Handle. • Tee, "Blush of Roses"; looks like water. Is it water? Ask.B. F. Keesling, he can tell you more about it than any other druggist in Logainsport. 9— Saratoga High Rock Water, the genuine on draught at Busjahn's- apr23d2t J. E. Redmond was elected' Chairman of the Committee on Correspondence at the Terre Haute Commandry, Knights Templars. ..: .:- ; -.: . Mrs. George Schwalm, a daughter- in-law of Commissioner f Schwalm died very suddenly yesterday .morning at 7 o'clock at her home in Tipton'. township. , Aimer Lingquist and Miss Cora Turley were united in marriage at Galveston Wednesday evening at eight o'clock by Rev. 'Naftzger. Last evening at the home .of the parents of the groom on West Market street a reception was given the . happy couple. They will leave ..for Chicago to-morrow where the groom-is engaged in business. We have given the sole agency for onr celebrated Empire Portland ce ment to M. Michaels & Son, for Logansport .and vicinity, in consideration of placing with us a'n order for 1,000 barrels; 22,000 barrels of this cement have been sold to 'the United States Government by.us for the Sault Ste Marie canal, and the .quality of the. cement is.fully up to the best standard: of English or Gsrman.—Dickenson 'Bros. & King, of New York and Chicago. South Bend Tribune: Mr. and Mrs. J.-M. Waldorf arrived from Logan^, sport on ..the 11 o'clock Vandalia train' Saturday night, with the remains of their 8 -year-old son, J. M. Waldrof, jr. They were taken to the residence of Mr, J. G. Throckmorton, on .West Washington'street, where the funeral occurred Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Johnson, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. The interment was in Bowman 1 cemetery. All Odd Fellows in good stan ding in the city or visiting brothers are invited to take part with the - Odd Fellows' observance of the 72d anniversary of the founding- of the order, by attending divine services in a body • next Sunday morning. The Odd Fellows will gather at the hell at 10 o'clock sharp and will march in full regalia accompanied by Canton Logan to the Broadway Mi -E. church where Rev. J. H. Norris will preach an anniversary sermon/ Mjs. D. Lumsden, of. Chicago, who was announced . to give a lecture in the rink yesterday, was- greeted by a large and "appreciative 'audience. Mrs. L. is a clear - ^concise speaker and presents truths thafr-e'very lady should listen to and profit by.. She goes from here to Indianapolis. Mrs. Packer who is with ; .her _ will remain a few days, having located at 207 Seventh street between Broadway and North. Mrs. Lumsden, the lecturer, . was the wife of our -former' townsman James Lumsden, •" well-known in railroad circles and who it will'be remembered met his death on the.Chicago.& ; Alton road some five years ago. ' A Picturesque Character. The "Man on the Corner" in the Delphi Journal says the following of the late David Middleton: "A picturesque character • passed from • earth when David Middleton died in Logansport last week. Who along the Wabash has not heard of David Middleton? He was a great, big, raw-, boned Irishman, who was born to' handle tough characters. Thirty years ago he was a terror to evil, doers in Logaasport, and that city : was ruuning- over with them at that time. He knew no such word as fear, was a giant in strength and was hon- e'st and honorable in his purposes. Along about the timu the canal was abandoned, there was a tough came down to Logansport from Fort Wayne. He had scarcely landad when be commenced to hunt for trouble. Middle- torf spied the fellow as he was attempting to stir up a racket and ordered him to '-move on." The tough showed fight when Middleton grabbed him by the seat of the pants and back of the neck and lifting him high in the' air, smashed him flat on the sidewalk. It was some time before the visiting bruiser was able to gather himself together, but when he was able to do so he crawled to the canal boat and went back to Fort Wayne." REPUBLICANS ADJOURN. Ben and Birrleigh. - '••Ben 1 ' said Burleigh as he wearily seated himself io the waste basket, "I am tired out." '. '' "Tired out?" . •'Yes, I have that all gone feeling like you read about in Hood's...Sarsaparilla advertisements. I have been working: hard-to-day.".' .•..--.1 -Wha thave you been doing Burleigh?" : '... '."'•'. -.'•••; . ' 'Why electioneering of course. This morning I got.up at 5 o'clock, had an early breakfast and by 7 o'clock! -was in Shultztown. I spent the day there,., used up a box.of cigars and made forty vote's."'. ' . ; "Shultztown, Burleigh? '.'Yes; Shultztown, across the river, you-' know." • " : < "And you have bean there all day?" "Yes, Ben." '.'Shultztown, Burleigb, is not in the city. Hereafter confine your labors within .the corporation limits, and should you meet-citizens of Royal Center or Galveston do not try ,;.to ilectioneer them, and especially do not .waste those ten for a quarter., cigars on them,. If you have one left I will smoke with you." JLako Itluxenkackee Seaxoii Opened. The popularity of Lake Maxinkuckee as a summer resort bids fair to be greater this season than during any summer in the past. The hotels are preparing to do a big business and one of them, the Arlington, was opened for the season's run Wednesday. The transportation facilities will be as good as during any previous year, and a new boat, the Lloyd McSheehy, will ply on the lake.. The new steamer is the property of Mr. A. J. Knapp, the well-known conductor on the Vandalia railroad, who is also proprietor of the Arlington Hotel. The steamer was named after Lloyd McSheehy, son of Mr. H. J. McSheehy, of this city, who is a warm personal friend and companion on many a fishing trip of Mr. Knapp. What Laboring ITIeii Can Ha, ;-:. Words are two-edged swords, which, blunderingly wielded, wound their users deeper than any one else. Well was this illustrated recently in.a politi-. cal campaign in Oswego, N..Y. John Kehoe, a blacksmith, was the Democratic candidate for mayor. An opposition paper, with facility for blundering amounting- to a positive talent, ridiculed Kehoe by calling him the "leather apron" candidate. Workingmen all over the city were, aroused at- .what they regarded as an attack upon the respectability of labor, andKehoe's friends quickly adopted leather aprons as badges and banners. On election -day Kehoe received the largest majority ever given for mayor in the city.— Indianapolis News. Sunday Cloning. Editor Journal: At the last meeting of the Salesmen's union quite a discussion was had in regard to a couple of shoe and clothing merchants who are- stretching their agreement regarding -8 p. m. closing hour, and a couple of clothing merchants who let customers in on Sunday. They are well-known and will do well to look a little Out as there is a Sunday law which will aid the clerks in doing their"duty in protecting their employers by closing these greedy competitors as they agreed to. The clothing- clerks have had all the Sunday work in the past they intend to have, and will look well to their interests in the future. A MEMBEB. Closing Session of the Kcpubllcan League Convention at Cincinnati. GINCLN-NATI, April 23.—After the election of Mr. Clarkson, of Iowa, as president, on Wednesday, the National republican league reeleetecl Secretary Humphrey and Treasurer Lounsberry. The selection of a place for the next mectrng was left with the executive committee and the convention adjourned sine die. CINCINNATI, April a3.—At an executive session of the old and new executive committees of tlie National republican leagne, held late Wednesday night, President Clarkson was empowered to appoint a sub-committee of nine members who shall have the same powers as the executive committee, except as to fixing the time and place of the next meeting- and taking action on the matter of incorporation. Headquarters of the league were established at 202 Fifth avenue, New York. The general executive committee to meet once in six months at the call of the chairman. The next executive committee is composed as follows: Alabama, E. W. Austin; Connecticut, Edward L. Lindsey; Delaware, Philip Walter; Georgia, R D. Locke; Idaho, G. N. Roberts; Illinois, Jiunes C. Edwards; Indiana, George W-. Patcaell; Iowa. Frank D. Jackson; Kansas, E. C. Littelli Kentucky, W. D. Klley; Louisiana, E. C. L. Henlnj; Maine, J. H. Mauley; Maryland, George L. Wellington; Massachusetts, J. Henry Gould; Michigan, Edward P. Allen; Minnesota, T. E.' Byrnes; Missouri, Charles E. Peace; Nebraska, John L. Webster; New Hampshire, M. J. Pratt; New Jersey, Louis T. De- rass; New York, James A. Blancfiard; North Dakota, A. B. Guptil; Ohio, Horace M. Deal; Pennsylvania, J. Freeman; Tennessee, L. K. Torbett; Vermont, Hamilton S. Peck; Virginia, G. W, Harris; Washington, B. C. Van Houtoa; West Virginia, Stephen B. Elklns; Wisconsin, A. B. Shaw; New Mexico, Elbert J. Fawn; District of Columbia, A. M. Clapp. Dropped Dead. SPRING FIELD, 111., April 33.—N. H. -Plummer, a prominent merchant of Buffalo, fell dead while waiting on a customer. The cause was apoplexy, Mr. Plummer was 57 years of age and leaves a wife and three children. Marriage of Mis* Greeley. PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y., April 23.— Miss Gabrielle Greeley. the youngest daughter of Horace Greeley, was married -here to Eev. Frank Montrose Clendemn. Ecclected. LiASSixs, Mich., April 23.—Prof. -M. E. Wordsworth, principal of the mining- school at Houghton, has been re-, elected state g-eologist for the coming- two years. A Big Increase. NEW YORK, April 23.—For the nine months ended March 31, 1891, the immigration into the United States was 318,237, against 254,403 for the same period last year. Deaths. George E. the 9-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drake died at ' 9 o'clock last evening at their home on Wilkinson street. • Mrs. Margaret Verbelet died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Catherine Merz, 729 Miami street at 9 p. m. yesterday, aged 79 years. .'Mrs. Mattie Brandt wife of Henry Brandt, died at her home in Clinton township at 9 o'clock Wednesday evening, aged 30 years. The funeral will be held to-day at 10 o'clock from the residence. 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, Mfut it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. Happy JHoonicrs. Wm. Timmons. postmaster of Ida- yille, 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- fora 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 sad intelligence has been re- ceiyed here of the death of the little son of Mrs. William Ziegler at Jonesboro, Ark., where she was visiting friends. Mrs. Ziegler is a sister of George Crawshaw of this city and the remains will probably be brought'here for interment. A Boou to Wive*. Having used "Mother's Friend" I would .not be without it. It is a boon to wives who know they must pass through the painful ordeal .of childbirth. Mrs. C. Melbourne, . Iowa. vVrite Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. ' to26 The fishermen are overhauling and stocking up and as soon as the river goes down they will £0 down the river. Will Brown, who is on intimate terms with every fish in th_e Wabas.h, predicts lively times. PETE BROCKMAN Both the method and results Syritp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the 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 Figs is tl« only remedy of its kind ever pro. duced, pleasing to the taste asd acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its; 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. byrup of Figs is for sale In 50c and §1 bottles by all leading drug- g«sts. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who •wishes to try it. I/o not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA- &$ SYRUP CG SAN FRAiK : S'JO, CAL, tOUISVIUE. KY, NfW '?0f'. V ' For sale by B. V. Keesllng and all. 7i .igglats. Has taken charge of Otto's CliM'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 C L OT HIN G Should Investigate. WAISTS INCLUDED. Prices ranging for 50c Waists, 15c. $1,50 Suits, 75c. .00 Waists, 5.0c. $3.00 Suits, $1.50 Base Ball Outfits Free. Fishing Taekl e Free. OTTO KRAUS, OF COURSE.' TR Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by • ;H. C. P U R C EL L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. JOHNSTON BROS. "The Corner Drug Store." - Johnston Bros, have removed to the dor. of 4th and Broadway, ( Strecker Building.) . ; , - •- • ' - • - - • • . i , •,.. ' *, A Full and Complete Line of DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.

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