Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 1, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 1, 1891
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Are You In It? Why, in /or having;, sport .this-. Summer. ; (It so we -.are Headquarters for -BB-.^ •- • PORTING GDD Such as Bicycles. Saf tys, •: Base Ball suppJys, Tennis .outfits and, and'last but . : '•;.• not least, our Immense line of F I S H I N G T A C K B L THE GRAND BAZAR, Agents Fishing- foe ChubbnLan-l Rods. Divine's MONEY, a»n»rol In'BTirano* and Loans. All Wnde ot In- inranoe pluonrt In flrst clans companies. Endowment polioles pnrotuBod, Bonds of TOreiyeL. written for parties holding ponltleD* of'tmii «Q«8 a bond U required. «1» PEARJL ST. S. M. Closson. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bongit In any sum oyer$25at]oweBl rates. Large amounts 6 pet cent. GEO.B.FORGY. declSddwSm DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE «nd Residence 102 Pawnee St LOGANSPORT, . . . IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children. Consultation JFree. Night Bell Promptly Kesponded to.' MONEY TO LOAN, n any »um at the LOWB8T rates. PrlTato JonCl only,. Money always In hand. Nora'Unp»ord>- lay. Interest ond prtnolpoJ payable 'In LoRMie- port. Special * arrangements us so pBymoot of principal and Interest, made to suit t*\e wlph«o< porrower.' For further particulars apply to Fred W. MunsoD, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite 'Court House. . F. M. BOZER, D, D, S. DENTIST. Office Oter J. Herz' Tailoring Extnb- , 409 market Street. aprlld&wlf Daily Journa FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 1. Orlslu of the Term "Uncle Sum." Everybody is familiar with the term "Uncle Sam" and comprehends its meaning-, but it is safe to say that very few know how it originated. During the revolutionary war Samuel Wilson was beef inspector at Troy, N. Y., and was very .popular with .the men in his company, and was called by them "Uncle Sam." The boxes of provisions where shipped to a contractor Darned Elbert Anderson, and market "E. A. U. S.'' It is said that a workman, being- asked what the initials meant, replied jokingly that he did not know unless they were for :Eloert : Anderson and "Uncle Sam." 1 '. The joke spread; and afterward, as tie story goes all packages marked "IT S" were said to be for Uncle Sam, and thus those letters came to stand .for "Uncle Sam" as the personification of the United States. Killed Himself. OTTU.MWA, la., April 80.—John Beeves, the well-known baseball player and last year's umpire in the Illinois- Iowa leagTie,.... Wednesday morning stepped behind^ the counter of the Baker house, wiere he was.employed as solicitor, and blew out his brains with a revolver. Domestic infelicity was the cause. Three hours after his death a letter came from his wife, saying-that the breach had been healed and she would live with him. again. Fire Damp Claims More Victims. LONDON, April 30.—A serious colliery accident is reported from Mun'ster, Germany. Fire damp caused an explosion in a coal mine at a time when it was 'filled with workers. Five men were killc-d, several seriously hurt, and twenty remain entombed by the falling debris, though it is said there is every hope of rescuing them alive. Ko Is Eligible. CHICAGO, April SO.— Corporation Counsel Miller gave to the mayor Wednesday a written opinion to the effect that Maj. McClaughry was eligible to the appointment of chief of police. During the afternoon Maj. McClaug-hiy called at the clerk's office and secured a blank bond which will be filled out before the council meets Monday evening, when his appointment will be announced. _ In -The Origin of Species" Darwin demonstrates that in the human, animal, and plant life \] btionger survive and the weaker perish. '- * According to modern thought such is Nature's law. Just so in business life. Centralizing don't forget that there is in I hem also a to the Greatest number." A vast business under one roof secures to us many advantages over concerns. If the superior advantages are disastrous to a few, vast benefit to the masses. We believe in "The Greatest-GortS ; Charlie Stewart celebrated his 21st ' birthday yesterday. Miss Keeport will entertain a party of friends this evening. --.•.. Mayqr^Cullen has departed to Rich- IJ mond. Va.-, on-business. • Yesterday George Harrison commenced moving his'stpck of ' buggies into the Peck building. Miss ^-Sarah Ryerson, living with the family of Mr. Smith on Wabash avenue, is seriously ill with tonsilitis. The K. P. Band IN ill accompany I the Ldgansport delegation to the T. P. : A. convention at Fort Wayne Saturday. ' ' '. • '.} As I defy any one to detects its use; '/ B. F.^Keesilng. sells '.'Blush of Roses" J to~nearly[every young man in Logans• port. S— J. D. Johnston and his brother-in- law, Thos/Dugan of Springfield, 0., returned yesterday from a trip to Chicago. ; .'../ S. B. Boyer was elected one'of the .'•' directors of^the'Indiana Millers Asso• ciation -at their State meeting at : Evansville Wednesday.. A. H. Douglass has been appointed administrator^ the estate of the late Joseph'Doug-lass, and A. H. Voorhis has been appointed administrator of the estate orHeory M.Yoorhis. The contest of Canton Loga.nsport on Wednesday evening was quite spirited and resulted in the awarding of the prize, to Chevalier Walter .; Sweinsger. This -was by .far the searpest contest yet held and we predict a sharper one for the Chevalier ' that carries it off one month from now. There' is a young woman in Columbus, Ind.,*to whoma'merchant of that :, place^offered 20 yards of silk for a I- dress if she would saw half a cord of • wood in front of his store. She borrowed a saw and went .through .the : wood-pilejin exactly three 'hours, and the admiring crowd bought her a $12 hat to go with; the dress. ' •'As uncertain.as a Hqosier jury," is /a common expression", -and- we'might > add thai, the. freaks of v court?'fairly ex-';'• coeds the, freaks Of nature. A. pecu- / liar case disposed of at Caldwell, (oST. ' C.) court was that of a. man who had .been tried by the Mayor, of .Lenoir, for violation of a town ordinance'and had t pleaded guilty. The Mayor fined -him : -''more than, he-wan ted to pay- and he appealed', and in the superior court the jury acquitted him of the charge to which he had pleaded guilty in the Mayor's court. A chromo would have beed added if desired. . The reception tendered to Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Norris at the Broadway M. E. church Wednesday evening was a remarkable pleasant Affair and was very largely attended by the members of the congregation and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Norris. An excellent musi- .cal program was rendered in very acceptable style and several literary selections were also well received. The appearance of Canton Logansport on the scene in full uniform was an unexpected but pleasing 1 feature and the Chevaliers extended hearty welcome to their brother Norris and his estimable wife.,; Mr. Norris is an Odd Fellow, Knight of Pythias and Mason. j The reception was a peculiarly congenial affair and was a fitting introduction of Mr. and Mrs. Norris to the society of their church and the friends of the congregation. Killed by E.MPORIA, Kan., April'80.—At. 6:80 Wednesday morning- as ^ Redmond P. Dwyer, a young- farmer'in Tremont township, was with his brother in his feed lot. he was instantly killed by ligitning- from a perfectly, cloudless sky. The bolt struck him in the temple, passing down his leg, scorching the body. The brother was shocked but was unhurt. Rev. Phillips Brooks Elected Blxhop. BOSTON, April 30.—A convention of the Episcopal church in the diocese of Massachusetts has elected Rev. Phillips Brooks, of Trinity church, Boston, to the office of bishop, to succeed the late Bishop Paddock. The vote was 92 to 58. Fired by Lightning. OMAHA, Neb., April SO.—Lightning struck the Howe'll Lumber Company's yard Wednesday evening- and resulted in the destruction of property valued at 850,000. Each, of Our 6 Storp«* ( e floors ' ^ ual to • ^ UVi C ° st ores,) if expense be divided can be carried on at a smaller cost than is possible with one. The buyer of merchandise sufficient for six stores secures lower pnces than if buying for one. To illustrate we quote a few figures; vou know "Figures Don't Lie." the old adage,;; Men's Suits. c o Good style <g 2 68 Figured worsted 3.74 Brown stripe i.gg Genuine Rays 4.4,Hair line..". ,Q 2 Nobby plaid .. . ', 5' Oo Indigo blue fi^r, Scotch Plaids Black Cheviott 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 manufacturer Also our celebrated Tailor-Made Clothintr. .68 .98 2.0O 3-37 $13.00 A Strange Family. Ladoga Leader:' Sam Gill drowned •several young kittens the other day and this left their mother despondent and grieving. In order to console the forlorn feline, Sam caught two un- weaned rate and took them to her that she might forget her grief in the enjoyment of a square meal, but was surprised to see her carry the rodents to her bed of straw and tenderly care for them. The rats are still alive and thriving and the foster mother treats them exactly as if they were her own offspring. ; The agent of the "penny in the slot" weighing machines'called at the Pan Handle station last night, to-make the.regular monthly collection of 'the pennies which have been deposited in the machine there during the- past month. The two machines disgorged something-like i,500 pennies. The agent;.stated that; in ."one .machine opened recently over $50 in pennies was found. It will thus be seen that the company controlling these devices realize a good thing on the investment. . , • Llat of Advertl»e<l Letter*. Remaining to toe postoffica at Logansport lor the week ending April IS 1891. LADIES' LIST. Bliss, Delia Miss Gllmore, Annie Miss Dare. Hellea Miss Moore, Nellie, S. Miss Elsmere: Kittle Miss Potts. J. Mrs. JoEitrty, EdwaroVMrs, Pottinger,E. C. Mrs. Vlglst, Lottie. (HHTLKMEN'S LIST. Crelghton, W. S. orE. E. Moore, H. T Forgj, Frank, 2 Palmer, S. T. Jackson, Wm. Robertson, S. C. McNeil, J.S. Tucker, E. A. Persons calling these letters please say Adver- tisad. D. W. TOMLIKSON, P. M. Specimen Ca»CN. 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 \eg 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 ^ F. Keesling's Drug store. " T Men's Pants. Good heavy Cassimere, Cottonade, Mole-skin, Dog-skin, Jeans, including Cone's Boss Pants. All All wool pants, Cork-screw pants, <JJ1 light and dark; Cassimeres, fancy *P4* Worsted, stripes and plaids 98c The finest Tailor-made pants—all the newest designs—at Reduced Prices. Rev. A. W. Hawkins, formerly pistor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, arrived from Knoxville, Tenn., yesterday and is the guest of Godfrey T wells on the West Side. Mr. Hawkins will fill the pulpit at the Cumberland Presbyterian church on Sunday. It is said that he will in all probability |be recalled to fill the vacancy caused by the departure of K.3V. J. R. Lamb. Death of John Tulicy. John Tuhey, an old and well known resident of the city, uncle of P. J. Farrel and a member of the Father Mathew Society, died suddenly of heart disease, at his home in Shultztown this morning at 1 o'clock. 25 I Women's Shoes. Carpet Slippers <j> Oxford Ties, diamond tip Button Dress, diamond tip...'.-. .• 80 Bright Grain Button ". go Fine Dongola Button, Soled -.. 1.29 Fine Bengal Patent Leather trimmed 1.24 Fine Amazon, warranted 1.40 French Satin Kid x gS The Celebrated "Otto" •••-.... : 2.50 Shoes, a new pair for every pair that don't wear well. Children's Suits. Flannel Plaid Cott Cassimere '.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Mixed Satinet : . : Striped Casinet ' " j Scotch Wool .'...'...'..' 2 w Victory, all wool " o'ls Novelty Goods '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2.87 Cork-screw Worsteds Imported Worsteds 3 P. C..Suits, upwards of '..'.'.'. - T' Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to- above suit prices, ac-' cording to quality and make, and, you have the 1 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. ..... 4 S C Boy's Jockey, Cadet, Polo, worth j'oc for 150 Boy's Shirt-Waists. on these Goods will be The Greatest Sale continued. Men's Shoes. Soled Plow Shoes, buckle. v . $ 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 § . A great bargain, if you can be'fitted, for. .. Also a line of the celebrated Burts and shoes, Cordovan, Calf and Patent Leather. . .98 I 2^ .98 3-00 Otto 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,- 'Uri- ion Cassimere Pants for men at half price. All $2 pants for. . j ., 25c f\f\ • \J\J Boy's Harvest Hats ........... ....... 50 Best Harvest Hats . . ......... ........' ioc Summer coats and vests worth $1.50 for. Flannelette Shirts. . Finest in the land Undershirts ...... 6pc 250 Black dress shirts . ..... ...-...• ____ ; . •. . COG White Vests-Fancy ¥ests : AT HALF PRICE. Trunks and Valises REDUCED, Linen Collars, 6 for. Linen Cuffs, 3 for.. 250 250 K RAITS, Of Course." . Commendable. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely -avoided', by the California Fig Syriup_,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. Worked. IiLke a Charm. ..Bradfield's Female Regulator worked like a charm;-..improvement been wonderful';, cannot 1 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 E?J«fJOY® Both tie method and results Syriip of Figs ia taken; it ia and refreshing to the taste, and acts 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 acd 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. Syrup of Figs is for sale In 50c and $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 FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL LOUISVILLE, KY. UF.W WR!. K.<f rorsaleiyB.F.Keaallrigand all Logansport, Indiana. Dr. CORBETT, V. V. S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience Is now permanently located at • Dlehis Livery Stable 200. Market street, Logansport, Ind. Dr. Corbett will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor lilni wltt a call. apr22c!&wlm DR.E. M. HATCH, Pftysician ana Surgeon, Office, JIcCaflreyiBiock Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122|Hlgli Street, Logansport, Ind. aprldifcwlm . Pianos Tuned, $1,50 For the purpose of introducing my. work to the muslciil people of Logansport I have reduced my price lor toning Pianos, $2.50 to $1.50. lalso -keep on nan<3 a lull supplj ol repairing material. Pianos repollshed, re-strung, new nammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the touch changed heavy or llgirt. .Flrrt-claBsworlc. ,83 years experience. •-Orders by mall or left at Allen'Hlchard- son.s, 414 Fourth Street' Organs as-above. marUdS m W. D. CAFKON. - CHGUSH, RED CKOCS CiAUOND BRAND r , ™ E °"'GIN*L»ND GENUINE. Tfcoonlr S»f<j,;8itr<!,iLiitIrea<iJ!<!ralf»rMlB.' I*dI(M, 13k DniKiit for CMOlattr'l Engllili Diamond .Brand in Bed «nd Cold -- Tukc no otter kind. Btftu T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, A s a Tonic. Sold bv *t H. C. PURCELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl.

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