Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 30, 1891 · Page 6
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April 30, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

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Are You In It? Why. in for having- Sport, this Summer. we are Headquarters for uicTlast but Such as Bicycles-. Saftys; Base Bail supplys, Tennid outiits ;ind, not least, our Immense line-of FISHING T A C K E L THE GRAND BAZAR,&S* fOi' Rods. Chubb,"!C a n3 Divine's M . r* V <3finfcrhl Insurance ood LoafcH. Ui ciuih. .u rocofa placftd In fir&tolG$w ucui^ftuivr, i.n-l ent poHoioe porolibsed, ItouCr at" ~ttr,'.r-* lttbH for yurilat* boldlibr IW«IUMJ» ,1? ir ere a bond is reqaired. 3l» PMAKib ST. S. M. Cl OSS MONEY TO LOAN! And NotesSought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts c per cent. GEO.B.FORGY. DR. W. D. SJSfOW, OFFICE and Itcsidenco 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPORT, - • • IND. Special Attention Given to Acme and Chronic Diseases and Diseases oi "Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. MONEY TO LOAN, a onj sum «ths LOWEST ruus. . Privets ionCi only. Monuy always In hacci. Sc ro 1 t.ipo or delay. Interest and prlncij>n; p&y»blp In L;)f,-RM- port. Special arrangements &B to j^«yiat*vt of principal and Interest, made to salt t*\e ^aiK>» of borrowsr. For further partlculard apply to Fred W. Munsoc, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over J. Hcrz' Tailoring JEMab- 409 Marker Street. aprlldfrivrf Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING. APKIL 30. Peter B. Shinn has resigned as clerk at Stapleton's grocery. : ' Don't forget the Engineer's ball at the rink to-morrow night. Grand May day ball o! the B. of L. E. at the rink tojmorrow night. Kev. J. H. Jox went to Royal Center last evening to hold religious services. Mrs. H. J. McSheehy and Mrs. J. A. Lintner, are visiting relatives at Lafayette. The project of building a new English Lutheran church in this city has been abandoned for the present. As I defy any one to detects its use; .B. F. Keesilng sells "Blush of Roses" to nearly every young man in Logans. port; S— We guarantee all our shoes to give satisfaction. Why? Buy direct from the manufacturer,—Henry Schwier, new shoe house. Chris Roof, the carpenter, was engaged-yesterday in putting new windows in the jail by order of the . County Commissioners. Yesterday in the supreme court the case of Charles L. Woll, treasurer, vs. Wm. C. Thomas, administrator, was affirmed; Crumpaeker judge. On next Saturday the last country school in the county will close for the term. This is the Miller school in Deer Creek township, taught by H. G. Stonebraker.' . J, H. McCully. of Idaville, Freak dent of the Northern Indiana Y. P. S. C. E., was in- the city yesterday en route from Tipton, where he attended a meeting of that body. . . :, . Tne funeral of the late .Timothy Foley will be held from St. Vincent de Paul church at 9 o'clock this morning. Rev. Father Campion, officiating. Burial in'Mt. St. Vincent. ..' t .. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Smyser will; depart to-day for "their-new home in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. SmyBer's many warm friends in this city look upon their departure with feelings of regret. . - ' i- A house on the farm of widow Charri- taars; two-and-a-half miles east of the city, was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. John Giigle and family were the tenants, and only part of the contents was saved.. > A gang of tramps, seven.,in number, attempted to board north bound Pan Handle passenger at Winamac Tuesday, but were repulsed by Conductor Weise and crew after a few decisive blows. The tramps got much the worst of it. Look Out for Her. A slick female swindler has been ••doing'' the farmers in a tier of southern counties and may be up this way | any time. Look out for such a female. She is represented as a wealthy widow desirous of purchasing an estate of possibly 2,000 acres. She owns valuable mines in Missouri and a large cotton mill plant in Scotland. She uses the Scotch twang-, which makes not a few believe the cotton mill story. She makes a trade with the guileless farmer, and offers him $2.5 to bind the contract for the purchase of his farm and home. She cannot find S25 in exact money and offers him §100 counterfeit bill to be changed. The farmer turns her over $75 of his hard earned money and she proceeds on her \vay rejoicing, having traded a counterfeit §100 bill for §75 in genuine money. The substantial support given the Logan Greys by the leading business men of the city is truly encouraging to our crack military organization and the boys have taken a- fresh grip on themselyes and wiji attain a rank second to no similar organization in the country. The Greys is the only independent militia in the State and that the city takes proper pnde in the body is proven by the list of prominent business men who last evening became honorary members of the organization. This list represents financial backing of more than a million dollars and the future of the Greys is exceedingly rosy. Long may they .live. Idaville Observer: Rev. Small was hastily called to his Union charge [in Cass county] on Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Laura A. Schwalm, wife of George H. Schwalm, who died after a brief illness of hemorage, in the 31-st year of her age. She was one of the excellent of the earth and passed away in the full assurance of faith and in the hope of a blissful immortality,-leaving- a devoted husband, four children and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her loss—but- they are not left to mourn as those who'have no hope. Logansport postF.,.T. P. A. will attend the State convention of .the order at Ft. Wayne Saturday in. a body Many of the members of the post" will be accompanied by their wives and sisters and the delegation will probably be the largest one in the State in attendance at the convention. A special car has been secured for the delegation, and the crowd which will depart for Ft. Wayne Saturday will be one by which the city may he proud 'to be represented. FltUHer-Smttli Last evening at 8 o'clock at the rest dence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Fiddler, 915 High street Miss Minnie C. Fiddler was united in marriage to Mr, Charles A. Smith the well-known young book-keeper a Stevens Bros, lumber factory. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. A. Davis of the Whealland street M E. church, in the presence of more than a hundred invited guests and was impressively solemn. Following the ceremony an elegant wedding feast was served after which the newh weddod couple received the earnest congratulations and well wishes o their friends. The Military Band, of which the groom is a valued membet was in attendance in full uniform and the strains of their- excellent music proved an enjoyable feature as did also the pretty music of Worstell's Mandolin orchestra. The wedding party continued until quite a late hour and the affair was a verj pleasant one. This estimable young couple will immediately go to housekeeping in a cozy cottage on Pearl street, West Side, which Mr. Smith has already furnished for the reception of his fair bride, and to which they are followed by the very best wishes of their many friends—wishes in which the Journal heartily joins. Specimen CHUCK. S. H. Clifford, New Casscl, 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 llesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Sbepard, Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his le LT 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, O., 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, ? / No'.Ice to tlte Public. Owing to an accident the cement walk laid by us at the corner of 13th and Broadway, has turned out bad, and we expect to replace as soon as possible. Accidents are apt to happen to any of us, but if the people who contemplate putting down cemeat walks will look at those layed by us they will see that we are not given to bad work, although our competitors are attempting to m,ake capital out of this matter. Our walks are guaranteed by us and are strictly first-class in every way. If not we will make them so. M. MlCHALES & SOX. 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, but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. County Superintendant Searigbt reports an unusual number of manuscripts from the last monthly examination of teachers, there being no fewer than seventy-eight applications for teachers license at the last examination. The great number of papers to grade has thrown Mr. Searight a little later than usual in his report to applicants. 'Mrs. Barbara Wagoner, aged 80 years, wag surprised by a party of friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rehwald on the South Side Tuesday. 'The self invited" guests: made the day a' very pleasant one for the aged lady, The current- number of • St. Luke's Lutheran Herald is a very fine double number and is full of matters of interest not only to members of that church but to all. Rev. McMackin is making an - excellent paper of his Herald. , _ George H. Prescott, of Terre Haute, is in the city looking after his interests here. Worked Like a Charm. Bradfield's Female Regulator work ed like a charm; improvement been wonderful; cannot express my grati tude. Wish every lady afflicted would try it. I .know it would cure them.—Mrs. Lula A. Long, Spring Grove, Fla. Write the Bradfield Reg ulator Co-., Atlanta, Ga,., for furthei particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to2 Isaac Kumerin, | the engineer who was killed in the Clover Leaf wreck Tuesday at Greentown, was a former Pan Handle engineer with headquart ers in this city and the news of his "untimely death is received with regret by his many railroad friend here. In "The Origin of Species" Darwin demonstrates that in the, human, animal, and plant life, the stronger survive and the weaker perish. According to modern thought such is Nature's la\v. advantages o\er <j Just so in business life. A vast business under one roof secures to us many small concerns. If the superior advantages are disastrous to a few,, don't forget that there is in I hem also a vast benefit to the masses. We believe in "The Greatest Good to the Greatest number." Centralizing Each of Our 6 Stores (Three double rloors, eq-ual to six ordinaly stores.) if expense be divided can be carried OQ at a smaller cost than is possible with one. The buyer of merchandise sufficient for six stores sectues lower prices than if buying for one. To illustrate we quote a few figures: YOU know the old acln^e, 'Figures Don't Lie." Men's Suits. style Fiured worsted $ 2.68 2.74 Brown stripe 3.98 Genuine Rays 4.45 Hair line 4,82 Nobby plaid 5.00 [ndigo blue 6.77 Scotch Plaids 6.50 Slack Cheviott ' -7.50 Brown checks S.oo (ALT, WOOL.) Plain and Figured Cork-screws, Mixtures, Twills, Wide Wales, at... .$8.00, $9.00, Sro.oo Riverside Worsted, "Happy Home Make," a written guarantee from the manufacturer $13.00 Also our celebrated Tailor-Made Clothing. $10.00 Children's Suits. Flannel Plaid Cott Cassimere. . Mixed Satinet Striped Casinet Scotch Wool Victory, all wool Novelty Goods Cork-screw Worsteds. Imported Worsteds. . . . 3 P. C. Suits, upwards of. 68 98 1.24 148 2 OO 2.48 3-8? I 3-37 4.50 Men's Pants. Urood 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 The finest Tailor-made pants- igns—at Reduced Prices. 98c $1.98 £98 all the newest de- Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to above suit puces, according to quality and make, and you have the price 6f a Boy's Suit, or Young Man's Suit. This Department, for the greater .convenience of our patrons, lias been brought down on the first floor. Nellie Ely and Stanley Caps. 480 Boy's Jockey, Cadet, Polo, worth 5oc foi i£c Boy's Shirt-Waists. : The Greatest Sale continued. on these Goods will be i •25 •75 .8p Both the method and results Syrfep of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and actn gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figa is tl« 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 moet popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale tn 50o aad $1 bottles by all leading druggists. 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!G SYRUP CO SAN FKMIQISCO, CAL. LOU1SVIUE. KY. SFW YOK!, It,? JTorsale.byB.F.Keesltngand all. Jrigglsts. Women's Shoes. 'arpet Slippers $ Oxford Ties, diamond tip 3utton Dress, diamond tip Bright Grain Button .89 ~~me Dongola Button, Soled 1.29 7 ine Bengal Patent Leather trimmed 1.24 Fine Amazon, warranted 1.49 French Satin Kid 1.98 The Celebrated "Otto" 2.50 . Shoes, a new pair for every pair that don't wear well. Men's Shoes. Soled Plow Shoes, buckle S .98 Kip Plow Shoes, sewed..'. 1.22 Fine Dress Shoes, extra .98 FOE $1.25 AH of our odds and ends, single pairs, fine Veal Calf, Button, Congress and Lace, worth up to $ 3-°° A great bargain, if you can be fitted, for. . . 1.25 Also a line of the celebrated Burts and Otto shoes, Cordova,.,, ^alf 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, Union Cassimere Pants for men at half price. All $2 pants for.:.. . 25c Boy's Harvest Hats ....•..:.. Best Harvest Hats Summer coats and vests worth $1.50 for. Flannelette Shirts. Finest in the land. Undershirts...... Black dress shirts. 500 • White Vests-Fancy Vests? AT HALF PRICE, Trunks and Valises^ REDUCED, Linen .Collars, 6 for. Linen Cuffs, 3 for.. 250" 250 KR AIJS, "Of Course." Logansport, - - Indiana. Dr. CORBETT,V.V.S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience ,s now permanently located at -' DieWs Livery Stable 209 Market street, Logiinsport. Intl. Dr. Corbett will Se pleased to wait upon ail who may favor Sim wits a call. RED THEORIOINAUAND GENUINE., TJie only Safo, fare, «nd relu>«« PIIHor snla CVUcJoWi' ^HjJW INamont Brant In Kod Mil Odd metallic Tuko 1.0TitliK-kind. Ii<f<», SrttKt,*;*, Mdlmaatu. ^ DR. E. M. HATCH, Physician and Surgeon. Office, McCaffieyiB'o'ck Broadway Cor. SlxtS St. Residence, 1122JHigh Street, Logansriort, Ind. aprld&wlm Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introduclnc: my work to the I musical people of Logansport f have reduced my ' rice for timing Pianos, $2.50 to SI.50. lalso teep on band a lull suppb o! repairing mnterlal. 'lanos repollsned, rpstrunf;, new hammers, tone eiiulated, action rewalted, the touch changed leavy or ligflt. First-class work 33 years experl- nee. Orders by mall or left at Alien Elchard- i on,s, 414 fourth Street- Organs as above. | W. ». CA1PRON. I " T R Y :;.:..-•• . BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold-by H. C. P U R C B L L, Druggist^ 418 Market Street, Near Pearl.

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