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May 2, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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"7 1 Are You In It? F Why in for havin (T sport this Summer. If so we are Headquarters .for -. . PORTING GOO Such as Bicycles. Saftys, Base Bail supplys, Tennis outfits and, ancHast but not least, our Immense line of FISHING TAG K:B THE GRAND BAZAR, £££,£.. Chubbnoan3 Divin " MONEY, General Insurance and Loane. All fcluda of In- mranoe placM In first class oompaniefl. Endowment policies pnrohtced, Bonds of iraratysL. written Jor parties holding poalVtens of tm»i vhere a bond IB required. 319 PBABJL ST. S. M. Closson. MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 per cent. GBO.B.FORGY. d«cl3d*wtim DR. W. D. SNOW, OFFICE and Residence 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPORT, - & ,^ 1ND. Special Attention Given to Acdve» : ahd Chronic Diseases and Kseases ol Women and Children. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. MONEY TO LOAN, , n any lum at tie LOWEST rated, prtvais fnnc5i [ only, iloney alwoyn In hand. N o ra 1 tape or de- , lay. Interest and principal imyable In lagans- | port. Spools! arrangement? BB to payment ol principal and Interest, made to salt SHe wlahep of Oorrowor. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Miinson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. F. M. BOZER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office Over J. ITcrz' Tnllorins Establishment, -1O9 Market Sirec.t. aprlld&wtf Daily Journal SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2. Earl Stewart went to Chicago yesterday on "business. Splendid fast black 'gold and silver head umbrellas, only 65 cents, at the Bee Hive.^ Come to-day to the Bee Hive and get one of those §15 ^camel hair dress robes for §10. T. E. Wilder, ^late drum major of the military ^band, is now a member Of the U. R. K. P. Mrs. Mullen and her daughter Miss Sadie, of Nbrwalk, 0., are visiting the family of Mr. John McTaggart. Mrs. G. W. Burrows and daughter. Miss Detta, are expected home to-day from tbeir winter's sojourn in Florida. Mrs. M. Michaels entertained a pleasant party of friends Thursday assisted by her f daughter, Mrs. Leo Niissbaum of Marion. The announcement is made that ere long George Reneau an employe at the Pan Handle shops, will lead to the altar Miss. Lizzie Burgman. Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend Ind., manufactures famous "Blush of Roses."C B. F. Keesling sells more than any [other druggist in Logansport. 5— Post F., T.^P. A. in full force, accompanied^by their wives and sisters, and escorted by the K. P. band, will depart f or Fort Wayne this morning. A day of much pleasure is expected. John ^Sturken, who for ten years has been engaged with Parker & Johnson, has bought a half interest in the [hardware and stove store of Foster" Bailey, and the firm is now Bailey£&f Sturken. Success to it. Dr. J. Z. Powell will depart this • morning for Washington, D. C. to attend the annual meeting of the American Medical Society. He will visit various points in the east during his absence : and will return via. Virginia and Kentucky. All members of the Father Matthew, " T. A. B. Society are requested to meet at their hall Saturday evening at 7:30 to make arrangement to attend the funeral of their late brother John Tuhey to be held Sunday at 3 o'clock. By order of the president. The funeral of John Tuhey who died at jhis .home on the South Side Thursday night; will be held Sunday at 3 o'clock .p.'.m.' at the St. Vincent dePaul Church, under the auspices of .the Father Mathew Society, of : which -the deceased was an old and consistent member. i Different Forms of Greatncg*. Indianapolis News: John L. Sullivan, the pugilist, now an actor man, while here recently, loafed about the Bates house cormdors a. great deal, assuming picturesque attitudes and trying' to make a hero of himself. "Sullivan came in here," said Professor Knox, o£ the Bates house barber shop, "rfith two companions. He paid the bill for all, amounting to §2.60, gave the barber who shaved him 50 cents extra, paid the porter a quarter, and just threw his money around. The doors and windows were crowded with man and women anxious to see him, and a number of women came into the shop to gaze on the prize fighter. He swaggered in and out of the place, and appeared delighted with the attention he attracted. While he was in here, another man came in, a quiet, unassuming and retiring gentleman. He attracted no particular attention, and modestly hid himself behind a newspaper. One was a big, overgrown animal, that can hardly read or write, and is taken around the country as an attraction for a show. The other was a man distinguished in war, noted in the world of literature, an American of Americans, one ol the foremost authors of the age, a diplomat who has held important positions abroad for his country. It was a strange commentary on people who paid homage to John L. Sullivan and didn't know Gen. Lew Wallace. There are some curious phases in the composition of this American people." Tlie Officers Inicrlercd. The Logansport contingent at the Allen-Hammer fight near Michigan City Thursday night returned yester- eay considerably disgusted with the turn affairs took. The pugilists were just beginning to get in their work-on each other; one round had been fought in which the Logansport hoy was getting decidedly the best of it when the sheriff broke in the door of the barn in which the contest was being fought and put a stop to further proceedings by arresting the principals and their bottle holders and spreading awe over the ; two hundred spectators. Allen escaped and ran— some say twenty miles before day break—in his ring clothes. Hammer, the seconds and the time keeper were locked up. The. fight was for $250 a' side and the turn affairs took left a badly disappointed crowd of sports to make their way back to town. In one month the county board of education will elect the County Sup- erintendant for the next term. The board can scarcely do other than return the present efficient incumbent for another term. Superintendant Searight's efficiency has been, thor oughly 'demonstrated and not one shade of: objection can be offered to .his management of the. county's schools, His qualifications for the office are eminently fitting and the board will only reflect the wishes of the public in returning him. 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 pre- tensions'that every bottle will not substantiate. \Voi-Ked Like a Charm. Bradfield's Female Regulator work-' ed 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 An.Early Mornins Fire. Thj fire department was called out at 1:30 o'clock this morning by a de-. structure blaze.in Chas. Fuhr's saloon on the West Side. The fire startedln. the roof and before it was quenched had destroyed the roof. Loss not known. Tlie Enarlixeer'w Ball. Not any time during the departing season has the firm, smooth floor of the rink been so completely covered with gay votaries of Terpsichore as it was last night by the Locomotive Engineers and their wives and sweethearts and the engineer's friends and their wives or sweethearts. It is not known, nor will it bo till the committee meets to-day, just how many tickets were out for this annual May day ball, hut sure it was that the B, of L. E. had a crowd which speaks whole volumes in praise of their efforts in arranging the very pleasant affair. The floor was never in better condition nor was ever a merrier or more congenial crowd seen OD its shining surface and the joy was unconfined The orchestra under the direction of Prof. Gulp played sweetly and Byron Wilson's prompting was up to the spirit of the thing. Everything concerning the ball was admirably arranged and skillfully conducted and so pleasantly did the hours speed thatrthe first faint blush of morn was seen in the east ere the last gay dancer had departed. No account of the day or the occasion would be complete without a mention in praise orthe very elegant supper which the Ladies Auxiliary to tho B. of L. E. served in the oldcpostoffice building on Pearl street in the evening for the benefit of the business men and at midnight for the dancers. In point of table service, menu .and 'general appointments this supper was par excellence. The ladies worked hard, but the substantial addition to tbeir treasury fund coupled with the praise on their efforts, in a manner repays them for their labor. It was certainly a great May day celebration and the B. of L. E. may "come again." Specimen Cases. S. II. 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, O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters •and one box Bucklerrs Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold bv ° F. Keesling's Drug store. ? OTarry In Haste, Repent at Valparaiso has a woman who wanted to get married so bad that she married almost an utter stranger the fifth of April, and a few days afterwards they went to Indianapolis, she taking her money which was 91,200, with her. There they stopped for a few days. Her husband told her he was about to buy a restaurant and he would like to have her money. She handed it over to him and she has never seen it nor him since. Miss Keeport entertained a lar^e party of friends in a very pleasant manner at her h3me cm East High street last night. Fornoff's orchestra was present and dancing was indulged in. Elegant refreshments were served and the evening was a delightful one. Ladies outside wraps to fit and suit everybody, both in style and price, at the Bee Hive. Both tie method and results Syrup 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 tit only remedy of its kind ever pro. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the Btomach, prompt m 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 an) 1 substitute.- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG SAN FRANCISCO, CAL LOUISVILLE, ICY. -HPW fOR ,', At I fot sale SjB.y. Keesling and all 1i igglste. In "The Origin of Species" Darwin demonstrates that in the human, animal, and plantjife, the stronger survive and the weaker perish. According to modern thought such is Nature's law. Just so in business life. A vast business under one roof secures to us many advantages over small concerns. If the superior advantages are disastrous to a few, don't forget that there is in them also a vast benefit to the masses. We believe in "The Greatest Good to the Greatest number." (Three double floors ' equal to - six ordin ' ll T stores,) if expense be divided can be canied on at a smaller cost than is possible with one. The buyer of merchandise sufficient-for six stores secures lower prices than if buying for one. To illustrate we quote a few figures; you know the old adage," ''Figures Don't Lie." Men's Suits. Good style $ 2.68 Figured worsted 2.74 Brown stripe " 3.98 Genuine Rays 4.45 Hair line 4.82 Nobby plaid 5.00 Indigo blue 6.77 Scotch Plaids 6.50 Black Cheviott 7.50 Brown checks 8.00 (ALL WOOL.) .Plain and Figured Cork-screws, Mixtures, Twills, Wide Wales, at $S.oo, $9.00, ^10.00 Riverside Worsted, "Happy Home Make," a written guarantee from the manufacturer $13.00 Also our celebrated Tailor-Made Clothing, $ Men's Pants. Good heavy Cassimere, Cottonade, Mole-skin, Dog-skin, Jeans, including Cone's Boss Pants. AH ...... All wool pants, Cork-screw pants, light and dark; Cassimeres, fancy Worsted, stripes and plaids ........ Children's Suits. Flannel 68 Plaid Cott Cassimere .98 Mixed Satinet 1.24 Striped Casinet 1.48 Scotch Wool. 2.00 ' Victory, all wool 2.48 Novelty Goods 2.87 ' Cork-screw Worsteds 3-37 > Imported Worsteds 4»JO 3 P. C. Suits, upwards of.. 3.50 Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to above suit prices, according to quality and make,, and .you have the price of a Boy's Suit, or Young_Man's Suit. This Department, for the 'greater' conven- ~ ience of our patrons, has been brought down on -j the first floor. . • The finest Tailor-made pants- si<jns—at Reduced Prices. £\ all the newest de- Nellie Ely and Stanley Caps 480 , Boy's Jockey, Cadet,'Polo, worth 500 for 150 ?' Boy's Shirt-Waists. The Greatest Sale continued. on these Goods will be f & Women's Shoes. Carpet Slippers $ -25 Oxford Ties, diamond tip 75 Button Dress, diamond tip .89 Bright Grain Button .89 Fine Dongola Button, Soled 1.29 Fine 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. $ .98 Kip Plow Shoes, sewed 1.22 Fine Dress Shoes, extra .98 FOR $1.25 All 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. 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 Si. Choice ....... I also closed out a lot of odds and ends in Jeans, Cotton Pants, Union Cassimere Pants for men atd>"| half price. All $2 pants for. .... <P-*-» Q£\/> «&C/U Boy's Harvest Hats ....... Best Harvest Hats '...., Summer coats and vests worth 81.50 for. IOC> (xjc. Flannelette Shirts. Finest in the land. Undershirts.. Black dress shirts. 5oc t White Vests-Fancy Vests; AT HALF PRICE. Trunks and Valises REDUCED, Linen Collars, 6 for. Linen Cuffs, 3 for.. .250; 250" URAUS, Of Course. Logansport, Indiana. Dr. CORBETT,V.V.S. A veterinary surgeon of many years experience Is nowpermanently located at DieWs, Livery Stable 209 Market street, Logansport, Ind. Dr. Corbettwlllbe pleased to waltupon all who may favor him with a call, apr2id&wlm DR. E. M. HATCH, GENUINE.^ Tto only Snfc, Sure, imdrsjioile Pill for talc. . .' n. _T.-^ nj ,™J n_«.<^ In lfa.1 atw» /?nM mfllft'lln Physician, and'/ Surgeon. Office, McCaffreriBlock Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122JHlgh Street, Logan sport, Ind. Pianos Timed, $1.50 For the purpose ol Introducing mr work to the musical people o£ Logunsport 1 have reduced my price I'or tuning Pianos, $2.50,to $1.50. I also keep on hand a full suppl) of repairing material. Pianos repolished, restruns new iiammers, tone regulated, action rewalted, the .touch changed heavy or llgiit. Flrstclass work.: 83 years experience Orders by .mailer lett at Allen Blchard- son,s, 414 Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlldSm W, D. CAFBON. Or ft SmM fS puttoitoBr»«llmoniili, «i« "BclTcf for lndlc«," to I«*w,hy r.tnlj Mull. ^IsrSI&iSsSK CH1CHEST " CHE " ic ^^^^ar'' TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, .As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. PURCBLL, Druggist^ 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. r*Ji f.

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