Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 3, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 3, 1891
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We Are Now Prepared to Show You Our Immense Line of Queensware. THE GRAND BAZAR, tST WATCH FOR OUR HANDBILLS. MONEY, General loenrano* nnd Loane, All fclndu ot In- iaranoe placed in first olass companies. (Endow- Blent pollcleB v^ 0 ^ 6 *" 6 ^ Bonds of surety 3L- wrtttftn for parties holding poBtttflr:" 'if trn« Where a bond Is rnqoired, • * 319 PEARJL 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. DR. W. B. SNOW, OFFICE »nd Resldonca 102;PawneeSt. LOGANSPORT, - - - IND. Special Attention Given to Acute and Chronic Diseases and Diseases olwomen and Children. Consultation Free. ; ; Night Ben Promptly Besponded to. F. M, BOZER.-D. D. S. DENTIST. - Office Over J. Herz> Tailoring: Establishment, 4O9 Market Street. aprlld&wtt Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 3. C. K. ofcA. charm pins and lapel buttons, at Taylor's. Best ice cream in the city is at Stewart's, oh -12th street. Mr. Will B. Westlake, of .Muncie, is spending Sundaycwith friends in the city. Misses Lizzie^Rehwalcl and Minnie Polk are^spending- Sunday with friends . at Peru. Oranges, lemons,Jpine apples, .dates and figs in large display, at Stewart's Candy Kitchen, 12th street. Mrs.[A.^M. Farrell and children of Bloomington 111., are visiting friends and relatives here. 1 Charley Stewart has opened a very - neat and attractive ice cream parlor in his East End confectionery store. Corsets, underwear, dress goods and jackets, all go at cut prices in our sale that commences Tuesday.—Golden Rule. Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend Ind., manufactures^famous "Blush of Roses." B. F. Keesling sells more than.-any Bother'-druggist in Logansport. .5— Third Con-rressrjof the Scotch-Irish Society will'be held^at Louisville, Ky., May 14-17. Onejfare for round trip via the Pennsylvania lines on May i2th.and;i3th, 'good returning until the 19th inst. -.-•;•• Albert Swadeher • is a Logansport boy, whom^most'of Ihe citizens known. •He is a brother of Madison andMarion Swadener. He. .has been engaged on the Pan^Handle as engineer and.has been faithful and reliable. He is bright., energetic and.popular and deserves success in his efforts to be elected Clerk. Hon. W. D! Owen returned Miss Lulu Hammontree, of the East End, is quite ill. An elegant line of silverware for wedding and birthday gifts, at Taylor's. Florida on Wheels will have open doors tills afternoon from 2 to 7.. The car will go to Plymouth Monday morning. J. C. Bridge will ably'represent the second ward in the City Council if elected. . He is cool headed and conservative. Charles B. Longwell, the printer, has adorned the front of his office with an elegant gold sign which is the work of J. C. Beatty. W. J. Davis, of Savannah, Ga., is' visiting friends in the city. Mr. Davis was once engaged in the Pan Handle offices in this city. H. L. Norris, Lincoln Truax, Schuyler Grain and Mrs. McKenzie were initiated by the Good Templars at their meeting last evening. S. L. Whistler was in the city yesterday. Mr. Whistler has resumed his old position as bookkeeper with the Wolcott-Hurlbut company at Chicago. At a meeting of bakers union last evening another member was admitted, thus making 16 members of this energetic union. Others will come in soon. L. L. Truman has made an efficient Councilman from the fifth ward and deserves re-election. The voters of that ward should see that he is returned. Dr. and Mrs. William Spencer, of Monticello, were in the city yesterday- en route to Washington to attend the annual meeting of the American Medical society. James H. Wise is entitled to support in the first ward. He is a prudent man and will look well after the best interests of the city if he should be honored with an election. J. C. Hadley, tbe candidate from the Fourth ward is.well known to the citizens of that ward as a careful, accurate business man such as the city has need of at all times in the management of her affairs. W. D. Minthorn should be elected in the Third ward. He is one of the live, energetic young men of the city and will look after the interests of the South Side in a manner that the citizens over there will approve of. John E. Barnes if elected a member of the Water Works board will continue the conservative, business like method, of conducting the affairs . of that important party of the city's business. The members of the Father Mathew T. A. Society are requested to meet at their hall to-day at 1:30 to attend the 'funeral of our late brother, John Touhey.' By order of T. A. Garrigan, Vice President. . , Superintendent Watts' and family arrived from Pittsburg yesterday, and will remain a few days in the city, the fr °%"-guests of friends. Mr. Watts will be Iowa yesterday morning. He reports ag^ ..--•-. that Mrs. Owen stood tbe trip admirably, and that as soon as she fully recovers, probably in about a month, he will leave for South America. Mr. Owen has been invited and has consented to deliver the annual commencement address at Butler University June 6th. _ •.. The best local government is received where a rivalry exists between the two parties in making the most economical record. Where a party is intrenched behind a safe and unchanging majority great economy is not likely to be practiced. Jit will be to the interests of the citizens of.Logan- sport to make a change in the m£n- agement of her affairs at the present time. , ..-...••• ' •' ' A'fair estimate 'of the amount -of bread requfred.tp feed, hungry Logans- porters may jbe.calculated by the output of Dykeman Bros:' /oven for. one day. ' Yesterday morning this bakery turned out 3,000 loaves- and before night even that seemingly inexhaust- able s.pply was gone.- r Add .to this an approximate of the output;of tbe Other bake'shops in : the. city and-it:.-is- seen that bread is indeed-the staff of life., here some days yet by the Wolcott-Pan Handle trial. • Charles Emery stepped on. a "rusty nail a fe.w days ago and inflated an injury which for : awhile was thought would result in lock jaw, but yesterday he took-a turn for the better and is now, happily, considered out of danger. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Patterson celebrated the third annrrersary of their marriage in a very pleasant manner at their elegant home ou Ninth street Friday evening. Quite a number of their, friends enjoyed their hospitality on the occasion. "•'', • Yesterday in 'Squire Smith's court Pat Cunningham was fined for. an assault on John Murphy. .Cunningham then turned around and filed a complaint against Murphy for provoke and the latter was also fined. The trials grew out of a saloon racket- Jeptha -Martin 1 , of Lake Cicott, was tbe lucky guesser on the length of time the watch displayed in Ben Martin's show window • would run. His guess was 39 hours, 5 minutes and 10 seconds.. The watch run 45 seconds over that time. He gets the watch. . Specimen Case*. 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 Bittei-s and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold bv ~° F. Keesling's Drug store. : The delegation of Post F, T. P. A., which departed from here yesterday morning for Fort Wayne, was one which did tbe town proud and would show up well among the knights of the grip at the State convention. A cumber of the members were accompanied by their wives or sisters and the special car was well filled with the delegation. The K. P. band accompanied the Post and awoke the echoes en route with, their sweet music. Post F is the youngest, yet the largest post in the State, and Logansporfc traveling men will hold their own against the world. The delegation will return at 7:50 this morning. The Amusement Season Closed. Manager Dolan has closed the season and no more plays will we have until next August. During the season just past Mr. Dolan secured a number of very excellent plays and the season was distinctive for the scarcity of poor plays. In fact it was the best season both for excellence of attractions and profit to the manager that Mr. Dolan has experienced for a number of years. During the summer the opera house will be renovated and the lavish improvements made last year will be reinforced by other important improvements this year. The Morrell twins held another large audience at the Broadway M. E. church last night and the revival gives promise of much good. The work of these twin evangelists is unique and entertaining and they have a power to make .converts which is remarkable. Their singing is fine and their exhortations are forceful and eloquent. The close resemblance in face, form and manner of these two gentlemen lends an interest to the work they are doing which attracts many. * 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. Mrs. McKinsey of Elwood, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Over- shinerjin the East End. Mrs. McKinsey will depart this week for London, England, where she will make her future home. Attention, Pottowattomic"! Certificates of membership at the State National Bank. Call at once and secure your card. The club rooms are'being prepared and furnished. Fornoff's orchestra will go to Marion to-morrow to play for a dance at that place. Both the method and results Syrip of Figs is taken; it is pleasaifc 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.mo?t 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 m 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? substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. lOUISVlLiE, KY. HFW fOR :. H ' ForsalabyB.lMCeeslinsand all :ijggl9t5. . In "The Origin of Species" Darwin demonstrates that in the human, animal, and planUifr, the stronger survive and the weaker 1 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 Centralizing 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 o to the Greatest number." (Three double floors ' equal to sk stores,) if expense be divided can be earned 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 Figured worsted. Brown stripe.. . . Genuine Rays... Hair line Nobby plaid Indigo' blue. Scotch Plaids Black Cheviott Brown checks (ALL WOOJL.) Plain and Figured Cork-screws, Mixtures, Twills, Wide Wales, at $8.00, $9.00, Riverside Worsted, "Happy Home Make," a written guarantee . from the manufacturer Also our celebrated Tailor-Made Clothing. 2.68 2.74 3;98 4-45 4.82 5.00 6.77 6.50 7-50 S'.oo" $10.00 $13.00 98c Men's Pants. Good' heavy Cassimere, Cottonade, Mole-skin, Dog-skin, Jeans, including Cone's Boss Pants. All All wool pants, Cork-screw pants, <JJ"| QQ light and dark; Cassimeres, fancy *r ^* o Worsted, stripes and plaids f\ QQ The finest Tailor-made pants—all the newest de- 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.Sy Cork-screw Worsteds... . 3.37 Imported Worsteds................... '^4*50 3 P. C. Suits, upwards "of. .'. . 3.50 Boy's Suits. Add from $i to $2 to; above ,siiit pfice$ ? 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 convenience of our patrons, has been brought down on the first floor. 480 Nellie Bly and Stanley Caps'. . . .'.... . • • Boy's Jockey, Cadet, Polo,,worth 5ocfor ' Boy's Shirt- Waists. The Greatest Sale on these . Goods will be continued. signs- -at Reduced Prices. 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 FOE, $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 at half price. All $2 pants for 25c $1.00 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 IOC 690 250 ,5°c SGC White Vests-Fancy Vests AT HALF PRICE, Trunks and Valises REDUCED; Linen Collars, 6. forv... Linen Cuffs, 3 for...... -2SC 25C KRATJS, "Of Course." Logansport, - - - Indiana. Dr. CORBETT, V. V. S. , A veterinary surgeon o£ many years experience • is now permanently located at Diehls Livery Stable 200 Market street,, Logansport, Ind. Dr. Corbett will be pleased to waltupon all wljo may favor him with a call. apr22diwlm C.i, L,'JuLl3H, i7c3 CliOSS , THEoniGINAL AND GCNUINE. Tho only Safe, Snrc, Md rcliotln Pill for Bttlfi. "Wcft<««". £»HM OTamomi Jlnaa In Bed M*'CoW no^lllo . TakOBO other kldd. .JKfuu SubMtytau ajdl -^ CHICHE5TEB DR. E. M. HATCH, — HOUKEOP ATHI*T — Physician and Surgeon, Ofllce, McCnrIrey;B)ook Broadway Cor. SlxtS St. Residence, 11225High Street, Logansport, Ind. aprld&wSmj. Pianos Tuned, $1.50 For the purpose of Introducing mv work to the musical peopled Logansport 1 Lave .reduced my price lor tuning Plauos, $<!.60 to $1.50. I also keep on band a lull suppl; of repairing material. Manos repollshed, restnmg, new Hammers, tone reaiated, action rewaltea, tie touch changed heavy-or llgnt. flrstelass work. 33 years experience Orders by mall or left at Allen Elcliard- son,s, «-t Fourth Street- Organs as above. marlldS m W. ». CAPBON. T R Y BEEF, WINE and As a Tonic. Sold by . H, G. P U R C B L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Neap Pearl. ^

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