Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 29, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 29, 1891
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I.-' Are You In It? Why, in for having sport this Summer. are Headquarters for PORTING GBD Such as Bicycles. Saftys,^ Base Bail supplys, Tennis outfits and, and>st but '< not least, our Immense line of F I S H\ I N G T A C K E L THE GRAND BAZAR, -Agents for ChubbQcanJ Fishing 1 - Rods. Divine's M O N E Y, Senarol Insnranp* arid Loans. All kinds of In- jorimoe placed In first elnsB companies. Endowment policies vnrcblned. Bonds ot roretynl,. intttsn for pwoee holding poritleni of tun wher« a bond la required. 319 PEABI, ST. S. M. Closson. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest Crates. Large amounts c percent. GEO. B. FORGY. declSdiwSm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE ind Residence 102 Pawnee St LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases ol Women and Children. Consultation Free. v; Night Bell Promptly Responded to. MONEY TO LOAN, n imj(,STun »t the X.OWEBT.-ra«e». Prlve;e fcndi . only, '.Money always In hand. Sore Uopeord*- I«y. Zntareet and prlaaipni payable In Lopiutfc port. Bpeolal arr(TO8«rneotp an to pnympct of principal end Interest, made to unit t^triBbnof borrower. For further partionlara apply to Fred W. MUHSOD, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 21J Fourth. street, opposite Court Hodse. F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over J. BTerz' ToHoring Kstnb- 4O9 Market Street. " " ' Hure they "Slioolt" JLosansporJ? Kolcomo Gazette Tribune: Mr. W. D. Holt of the American-Indiana Gas Company was in ihe city to-day for a few-hours, la conversation with a Gazette Tribune representative Mr. Holt declared that this company would positively go ahead and build a line to Kolcomo, pipe- the city complete and supply gas to the people in abundance at the ordinance rate. Of this Mr: Holt says there is no doubt and all will be completed in ample time for next winter's supply. The purpose of coming to Kokomo he says is not conditional on the .success or failure of the^Chicag-o scheme. He helieves.the- latter will be a success, but whether a success or a failure the Kokomo plant will be put in and the splendid local market offered will be .taken and held. The company regards the latter, a good thing- of itself and well worth haying- no matter how- successful the Chicago enterprise may prove to be. Mr. Holt returned to Chicago this afternoon. Tile Wonder* of Florida. Who of us are not interested in the dreamy land of flowers and who has not wished at some time or other to spend a season in Florida? The marvels of that sunny land are now brought to our very doors by a superbly appointed car aptly styled "Florida on Wheels" which yesterday mora- ing side tracked at the Pan Handle station for a week. This car contains specimens of pretty much everything that gr»'ws or is cultivated in Florida, and the ingeniously arranged articles form a truly interesting exhibit, which was yesterday viewed by a large number of ladies and gentlemen, all of whom expressed their admiration of tbe novel display. From live, alligators to the choicest of oranges and tropical fruits; geological and agricultural specimens; monster flsh, in fact everything that could be gleaned from that fair south land which would interest us northerners is on exhibition in this pilatial car and what' can not be displayed in its natural state is correctly represented by fine photographs. Florida on wheels will be here the balance of the week and no doubt be viewed by many. According to modern thought such is Nature's Jaw. Just so in business life. A vast business under one roof secures to us many advantages over the superior advantages are .disastrous to a few, The Greatest Good Centralizing smll concems . B don't forget that there is in ihem also to the -Greatest number." a vast benefit to the masses. We believe in.' Tlie.Sult Compromised. Some, months ago Charles R. Nelson, Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 29. Will Klinsick is at Elkhart on business, • • , Mrs. Joseph -Barker and daughter are visiting-at Indianapolis. Mrs. A. G. Jenkines and little son are visiting relatives in St. Louis. Jacob Zimmermrn, of the South Side, is back from a trip to Terre. Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rockfield of the Barnett, have returned from a visit at Cam «ron s prin gs. Patrick Gleason and Etta O'Herren; Fred A. EJlis and Elizabeth E. Ferguson are licensed to wed. "Isn't she beautiful?" "Certainly. ' She uses Flora A. Jones'famous "Blush of Roses" for the complexion. 1— Mr. Robert Foust, one of the jurors in the Wolcott case, and wife went to Bunker Hill yesterday to attend , the funeral of Mr. Foust's sister, Mr?. York. "Uncle" Lewis Allen, the well- known fruit vender at the railroad stations, is seen with his little baskets again after being confined to his home by severe illness for the past tw weeks. County Treasurer Well has begun to return to the Auditor the list o unpaid' taxables which will be returnei delinquent. If your taxes are no paid'you may escape the penalty hi paying before the same reaches th< Auditors books. •'.": Tbe Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, is making .extensive arrangements to ssrve supper on the evening.of May.l, next Friday, in the room formerly occupied by W. T. Giffe, corner of Pearl'and Wall streets.- . . Mrs. Darlington, the woman whose name was used in connection with .-the episode of "the mysterious woman," called-at the Journal office yesterday and declared that.' she was> not the woman in question at all and that she had not been -masquerading in the East End. , - • Peru Journal: Bert Brown was up from Logansport over Sunday.... Harry Laughlin and-Tom Garrig'an of Logansp6rt'were in the city yesterday visitihjj friends.. . .Miss Maud Foley went to Logansport. this afternoon to visit her grandfather, who is sick... .Miss Marguerite Pelton returned home to Logansport last evening after a short visit with Miss Lottie Ward... .Will Twomey-of Logansport the Pan Handle fireman who had both legs cut off by the starting of an engine under which he was lying engaged in cleaning out the ash-box, filed a suit for damages against the company claiming $50,000. As far as the courts are concerned that is as far as the case ever got, the company yesterday effecting a compromise with Nelson's attornies, Chase. & Fickle, whereby their client gets $3,000. Nelson is a Swede and his parents live across the water. It is understood that he will shortly return to the old home in southern Sweden. One of his legs is cut off above the knee, the other above the ankle and' with a pair of artificial limbs he manages to get along fairly well, John W. Gripe of Tippecanoe county, has been indicted for perjury, forgery and obtaining money under false pretenses. His ofiense is a peculiar one. Recently Perry Saltzman, of Perry township, upon calling to pay his county taxes, was surprised to find j that his farm, on which .he.had lived for many years, did not appear on the tax duplicate, and inquiry showed that it had apparently passed to the ownership of John W. Spurgeon. Mr. Saltzman not having sold 'his farm, the transfer of course was fraudulent. The inquiry also showed that Mr. Spurgeon had made a loan of $1,000 on the farm previous to taking possession, and while the transaction so far is in the dark, enough evidence was found to warrant the indictment of Cripe, who is a neighbor of Mr. Saltzman. Specimen Casio*. S; H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in- flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepard, Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklin's Arnica Slave, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold bv D . F. Keesling's Drug store. , J The "Fourth." at Cra\vford»vIUe. The Business Men's Association at Crawfordsville lately adopted the fol- Each of Our 6 Stores at a smaller cost than is possible with one. The buv j . J ' -»»~.-v*iv/^ ^u.i**^jv»J L iv i 01A OLL/I Cb ower prices than if buying for one. To illustrate we quote a few figures; you-knowthe old "-Figures Don t Lie." (Three double -floors, equal to six ordinary stores,) if expense be divided can be carried on The buyer of merchandise sufficient for six stores secures adage, Men's Suits. 2.68 2. Good style ....... -. . ........... . . , Figured worsted. ..... V-, ° . ...... ' ' .......... -• l"f Jt5rown stripe .................... 7 08 Genuine. Rays. . .. Hair line..:... ....... \\\\'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.\ Nobby plaid ............... . ......... . Indio blue .............. lo win ir- resolutions celebration respecting the of the glorious proper Fourth-, Whereas, It isCrawfordsville's turn to celebrate the Fourth of July just rig-ht, and to let the world know that we are in it, Resolved that we will have a Firemen's Tournament, Mardi Gr.as Fes- tical, Industrial parade and a general hurrah celebration on'the 2nd, 3d and fourth of July that will make our name resound the world oyer. Now what's the matter with the Lo- •gansport Business Men's Association doing something- in the same ' public spirited line. Action of such a sort would in a manner set the alleged B. M. A. square with the public. $ *,» Scotch Plaids. .............. ........... 6.50 Black Cheviott ____ ... ..... . . . . .......... »'c O Brown checks .................... .. . g oo (ALL WOOL.) ...... Plain and Figured Cork-screws, Mixtures, Twills, Wide Wales, at ____ $8.00, $9.00, $10.00 Riverside Worsted, "Happy Home Make," a written guarantee from the manufac- - turer -----, .......................... $13-00 Also our celebrated Tailor- Made Clothing. $i o .oo . _ _ T_rp>. Men's Pants. Good heavy Cassimere, Cottonade, -Mole-skin, Dog-skin, Jeans, including Cone's Boss Pants. All ...... All wool pants, Cork-screw pants, light and dark; Cassimeres, fancy- Worsted, stripes and plaids ...... " .68 I " ' Children's Suits. Flannel Plaid Cott Cassimere [','/_ Mixed Satinet.... .J.......'-. ;.' Striped Casinet Scotch Wool .'.".'.".'.'.'.'. 2.00 Victory, all wool '.'•.;. ..,......'" 2 ' 4 g Novelty Goods ''' 2 '^ Cork-screw Worsteds v ^ 0.3* Imported Worsteds................!! " £50 3 P. C. Suits, upwards of. 3 CQ. V2 *JjL ^a 98c $1.98 TO . The finest Tailor-made pants—all the newest designs—at Reduced Prices. Worked Like a Charm. Bradfield's Female Regulator work- el like a charm; improvement been wonderful; cannot express my gratitude. Wish every lady afflicted would try it. I know it would cure them.—Mrs. Lula A. Long, Spring Grove, Fla, Write the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to2 The B. of L. E. grand May day ball at the rink next Friday evening 25 75 promises to be a success in every particular. The engineers always have made a success of these balls and they are using every endeavor to make this the best of the series. Don't forget the May day ball. Uncle Daniel Redd, despite his 84 years, has just completed- a job of work which would do credit to any of the younger men of the city. ' In pace with the improvements ordered on the sidewalks, Uncle Daa concluded to do his own sidewalk work, and in pursuance of this resolution tore up the brick pavement which has stood in front of his residence on. North street for the past quarter of a century and put in a new brick walk unaided. Although not as young as he used to be, Uncle Dan is good , for any ordinary- brick walk yet. Women's Shoes. Carpet Slippers $ Oxford Ties, diamond tip f Button Dress, diamond tip .80 Bright Grain Button .So Fine Dongola Button, Soled 1.20 Fine Bengal Patent Leather trimmed 1.24 Fine Amazon, warranted.. r AQ T> ir' J -T7'-l ..... . ij.y Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to above suit prices, according to quality and make, .arid .you. have the' price of a Boy's Suit, or Young Man's Suit. This Department, for the' greater convenience of our patrons, has been brought down on the first floor. • ; Nellie Ely and Stanley Caps. 480 Boy's Jockey, Cadet, Polo, worth 5oc for 150 Boy's Shirt-Waists. The Greatest Sale continued. on these Goods will be French Satin Kid The Celebrated "Otto" Shoes, a new pair for every pair that don't wear well. 1.98 2.50 Men's Shoes. .98 1.22 , 9 8 Quick Jiiwtice. A few evenings ago a tramp was put off a train at Bourbon. That night- tie was arrested for breaking into a saloon, taken to Plymouth, tried, convicted, sentenced and at noon was on his way to serve a two years term in penitentiary. More of this same speedy justice would be good. There have been times when a little of it would have been acceptable to a Lo- ansport public. was in the city yesterday the guest 'of v John Coyle, jr., and Johc McCarty,, .1^. , -'• > ?'ttf t , ..-'... t „';„ ; J >. ,> ,f _ ^ .' _ Commendable. All claims not consistent with the iigh character o| Syrup of Figs. are_ 'Urposely .avoided, by the California 'ig Syrup Company. It .acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels clean sing the system effectually, but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. Both the method and results Syrip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tbe taste, and acti gently yet-promptly on the Kidneya, 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 pra duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptahle 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. Syrup of Figs is for sale In 50c aiid $1 bottles by all leading drtig- gs'sts. 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!9 SY&UP CO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, i.ouisy/ii£, XY. NFW roff; * • rorsaleDr,B.^Kee»lJn»and all liygglsts. yfe,,« «•' -rf<J v .lu JMtH.^r,. rS-Tvi. ,5 Soled Plow Shoes, buckle Kip Plow Shoes, sewed ...... .....". Fine Dress Shoes, extra ............ • FOR $1.25 All of our odds and ends, single pairs, fine Veal Calf, Button, Congress and Lace, worth up to ................... '. „ ____ <p 3,00- A great bargain, if you can be fitted, for. . . 1.25 Also a line of the celebrated Burts and shoes, Cordovan, Calf and Patent Leather. 1,000 pairs of Child's Knee Pants.' made from remnants by the Thomas Pants Co., this- city, worth up to $i. Choice........ I also closed out a lot of odds and ends in Jeans, Cotton Pants, Un- ; ion Cassimere Pants for' men at half price. AU$2 pants for.... . 25c IOC 6pc Otto Boy's Harvest Hats ....;;;. . Best Harvest Hats ........;.. Summer coats and vests worth $1:50' for. Flannelette Shirts Finest in the land 500 Undershirts -...... ; ' 250 Black dress shirts 500 Wile Vests-Fancy Vests AT HALF PRICE. Trunks and Valises REDUCED, Linen Collars, 6 for 250 Linen Cuffs, 3 for .... 250' AUS, "Of Course.'-' Logansport, - - - Indiana. Dr. CORBETT, V. V. S. A veterinary surgeon of mawears exycrienc Is now permanently located at DieWs Livery Stable 209 Market street, Loganspott, Ind. Dr. Corbettwlllbepleasedtfjwaltuponail who may luvor him with a call. iipr22difcwlm DR. E. M. HATCH, — HOMOEOPATH!*! — Physician and Surgeon, Office, JTcCaffreyjBlcck Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122!iHlgri Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld&wlm Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose ol Introducing my work to the musical ppople of Logansport f bave reduced ray price for tuning Ptoios, $2.50 to SI 50. I also keep on band a full surwl> ot repairing-material.. Pianos repollshed, rpstrung, new Hammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy, or liglit.;, Jrirst-class.worfc 83Tears experience. Orders b7 mail or left at Allen Blchard- son,?, 4H Fourth Street Organs a* above. , •marlldSm. .,> ; ; -, W. CI/C/.Z-.:.-Y.-J L;;GLIS;I, Rzo C.ROSS THE ORIGINALAND GENUINE. Tho only Snfo, Sure, ftni rOiaMe Ml for rajo. ask DrugslBt frr CkiclitJittr'a £Hr/lbh Diamond .Brand in Kcd acd Gold Ulctaljl .led »IUi blue ribtoo. Take no other kind. Rtftue SulittttuOoni aO-JnUaa All pllln In piuiltboarf boSM, plnK irrnrpom, «ro dnncCroDI OOnnterfcltB. At DrnCBU Sf. In «Mfflpi for [lartloiilars, laiH.iiolilal.. tat "Heller for JLadlen," in Ifttrr, -tir ro l»,OOOTc«lnioiiIals. Kitme ffffr. CHICHESTEB CHEMICUL Co., JMnilU Sold by all XiOcal Dructfftta. •....-. .'. . TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. PURCELL, Druggist, : . , 418 Mapket Street,. Jfear,

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