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Logansport Journal Newspaper Archive: October 18, 1890 - Page 5

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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                MISS CLARK INSTRUCTRESS OF THE COOKING GLASS Recommends SquWsBakin Soda for sale at I use Thepure Baking Powder in my Kitchen it is so Attorney General Miller 4 The Newest Game Out TO BE HAD nly at the Bazaar Also Halma Crokinole Tiddledy winks Tennis Call and examine GRAND BAZAAR 4th Street Robert Whitsett is reported better of bis recent severe iilness Mrs R S Russell of Jacksonville Fla is visiting friends in the city The daughter of Mr J J Beroth is recovering from an attack of diphr thcria Capt Frank Swigart returned from Washington yesterday and will re main until after the election Mr and Mrs AY B Meisner have eturned from a three weeks visit vith relatives at Pine Hill X Y Mr and Mrs Chris Berg departed ast night for Cincinnati where Mrs ierg will receive medical treatment Theodore Tolly a Pan Handle brake man had his right legand knee badly iruised by an accident in the yards este rday O K Forgy of Xew Waverly has Tone West aijd will take charge of a elegraph office on the Atchison To ieka Santa Fe in Kansas Ask to see Ottos natural wool under wear all wool and soft as a California ilanket for 75 cents Genuine all vool hose two pair for 35 cents Pat Connors yesterday plead guilty n Squire Fenders court to the charge MONEY All ol Ia trBaoe piaffed tn first class oompaiiles smt polldM jjnrehwwS of suretjm wtlttsa tot parttw holding of Uvm i boo4 la required 319 PEABJL ST S M C loss on MONEY TO LOAN a ma the LOWEST rates Prtvute oaJTt la or dft lottrMt principal payable In port gpedtl arrangement u to payment of interest made to suit wishelof borrower Forfarther yajtlcnlnTg apply to Fred W Mmison Oa Mondays Fridays or Saturdays 214 Fonrth street opposite Court Hocse B M MeMillen Pictures Stationary Hammocks Croquets Picture Framing Daily Journal SATURDAY MOKSDfG OCT 18 Xo 307 A SPECIALTY MarketSt Real Estate FOP Sale orTrade In all parts of the City Residence at all prices Business Houses Exclusive sale of Johnsons Riverside Ad 20 Vacant Lots on Broad wajzaad Nortk Bargains in Lands close to the City E N TALBOTT ReatEstate Broker Block Broadway St Elmo MONEY TO LOAN anj sum over at lowe tstes Large amounts 8 per cent OEOBFORGY DOIANS OPERA HOUSE SOLID WEEK Commencing Monday October 20 wC CKLEBBATED NEW 6RK COMEDY COMPANY OB beacutol emotional actress VAUGHN 3 rateable presents Company ever to play at POPULAR PRICES 10 20 and 30 Cents ntehtiy A Childrens attendance lodlw Fiftyfear inch cloth only 39 cents at the Golden Rule Big drives in dress goods and cloth at the Trade Palace See tie immense bargains in under wear at the Trade Palace Seethe greatest bargains ever shown in the city at the Trade Palace Frank Tritt of Urbana O is visit ingin the city the ruest of Harry Tritt Always the newest goods and the best asorlment at the Hatter Greatest bargains ever heard of in the cloak department atthe Trade Palace Underwear for the long short and wideout men at Uewenters the Hat ter and Furnisher Now is the accepted time for gloves and underwear See Deventer the Hatter and Furnisher The Silver Leaf Pleasure Clnb will ive a grand ball at 55 Caffreys hall Monday evening October 20 A secondhand piano in good condi tion for sale cheap at GinVs ilusic Store Call quick or youll miss it New styles of wall paper have al ready been received at Moynihans Sixth St Wall Paper Store oct3d2t Thefaet cannot be disputed that we carry the largest and handsomest line of jackets in the Heffley Attend the grand ball to be given by the Silver Leaf Pleasure Club at McCaffreys hall Monday evening Oc tober 20 Otto Kraus of course lost z fine umbrella name engraved on end o handle Liberal reward will be pak on return Sirs Rev L J Naftzger and twin sons of La Grange Ind are in the city visiting friends They are the guests of Mrs Al Swadener on east High street Lafayette Courier Miss Clark who has just closed a successful cooking school in this city is now instructing a class at Logansport which comprises one hundred ladies She will return here after Thanksgiving and organiz another class All the soldiers who served in the regular army now in Cass county or who enlisted from Cass county wil please report in person or by letter 01 postal card to Judge D H Chase o this city at once Give regimen and date of service Camden Expositor J B Stanley of Logansport is planning for a series o Gospel Temperance meetings to b held in Camden in the near future Mr Stanley is deserving of the hearty cooperation and liberal support of the citizens of our town Terre Haute Express Mr C Vallandingham of the Cincinnat Post was here yesterday to take second view of the situation He say he does not change his opinion thai Mr Mount will be elected He ha been in Congressman Owens distric and believes tie will be reelecto without doubt He also thinks Coope will be defeated in the Fifth district f assault and battery on his daugh er ana was fined and costed ill aid T J Stuart and Will Bersboar of arrived in the city Thurs ny night en route to their homes in Surnettsville to remain until after he election The meetings at Altoner and Royal Center last evening were well attended and successful At Royal Center homas opera house was crowded to ts fullest capacity to h6ar Hon W 3 Owen The replevin suit brought by John lamey of Marion to recover a horse e claims was stolen from him some months ago was tried in Squire Fen ers court yesterday and was taken under advisement by the court until ext Monday 3The court yesterday ordered that lercaftci sixteen names should be drawn on the Petit Jury venire the irst twelve drawn to act as regular urymen the other four to serve as talesmen in case a regular juryman las to be excused Mr Job Robinson the venerable and aged justice of the peace of Star City died at his home Monday of last week after a very brief illness Mr Robin son was 72 years ld and had resided in Pulaski county since the breaking out of the wnr He was a native ol Virginia An unreligious contemporary says that now is the time when the large family bibles come into good play They make the best place in the world to store and press rich maple leaves There live folks who say these vol umns are thus rendered most useful at this time of the year The selection of this city as a place for the coming meeting of the Indiana Grand Lodge Good Templars is an honor to Logansport which our citi zens should not be slow to recognize and appreciate and it ia hoped thai every courtesy possible will be shown to the Good Templars who will be within our gates next week Thursday evening at his residence on the West Side by Rev A B Mc Mackin pastor of the English Lu theran church Mr Curtis Shuey prosperous young farmer living some miles south of the city was united in marriage to Miss Laura M Dodds The young couple start in their new life with the well wishes of man friends The friends of Will McVay iu this city will be grieved to note the follow ing from the Rushville Republican Mr and Mrs Will McVay are mourn ing the loss of their bright little babe It has been in delicate health foi several months and its death occurred Friday night after a brief attack of sickness They have the earnest sympathy of many friends A pleasant reception was given at the residence of Mr Win Shannahan in the East End last evening in honor of his son John Shannahan who was married at Elkhart this week and who with his bride arrived in the city yesterday on a few days visit Young Mr Shannahan and his charming bride were the recipent of many well wishes and congratulations The members of the St Bridgets Catholic church who have been in charge of the fair at the rink have kindly consented to make a special ef fort to clear the rink by Monday noon in time for the Reed meeting and it will be held at that place The citi zens are under obligations for the courtesies shown in this arrangement since while the rink is the most con venient place it will require consider able extra work to clear it TwrlAand Tobmceo MannfiMtnre Marion Chronicle Meeting C P oney of the Wm Doney Cigar Co Tambridge City at the SpenceijHouse he was aslced How does the McKin ey bill suit you rate was the ready reply f you are not kickinga little for it is one ol those good that for the present nppeareth rievous but in the endbringeth forth be peaceable fruits of prosperity It rill work a revolution in the fivecent igar titide The Sumatra wrapper be product of Coolie labor controlled y the Dutch government will be sup Jlanted by the home article jrrown bv American citizens the cigars wont be as good ill they Xot so much money will e put on an expensive wrapper which las no merit further than a glossy ex trior and more in the filler And hen see the immense benefit received y lac tobacco farmers of this country The demand for domestic wrappers vill be increased enormously and I the prediction that the crop of this years planting will be three imes that of last and that al of it rill be sold at good prices and that of course means just so manj acres ewer of corn and wheat the Indiana faimer derive any benefit will if he wants to Indiana ground will grow good tobacco and if the farmer understands the business le can make more money raising to jacco than he can by runni ig along the beatened path of stereotyped The reciprocity feature is also a splendid one and as a result I believe e vill soon get our Havana tobacco with a very low and that of course means better cigars still for 5 cents all in all if our business is a sample of how the various industries are to be influenced by the new regime believe that a year from now after the effects of the law have become patent that all intelligent people will pronounce the McKinley bill one of he most beneficent laws enacted in the ilstory of our Congress Von Take no Risk n buying Hoods foit is everywhere recognized as the standard buildingup medicine and blood puri Ser It has won its way to the fron by its own intrinsic merit and has tle largest sale of any preparation of it kind Any honest druggist will coi firm ihis statement If you decide to take Hoods Sarsaparilla do not be in duced to buy anything else instead Be rfire to get Hoods 4 By an unfortunate mistake in elates the notice of the speaking of Hon Thomas B Reed was sent to this office announcingthe speaking for Tuesday next It should have read Monday aext which is the 2Oth instead of the 21st Speaker Reed will be here Monday next Oct 2Otli in the afternoon Ms his only speech in Indiana Syrup ttfflfff produced from the laxative and nutri tious juice of California figs combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to fee human system acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds and headaches and curing habitual constipation Sold by B F Keesling and all druggists THIS EVENING Websters Dictionary or Shakespeares Complete Works To Every Ladv Purchasing a Jersey Suit and One Pair of Shoes No limit as to Price Jersey Suits up Shoes 50 cents wo If you are out of little Boys Same Offer is Good for a Big Boy We want you to talie advantage of our Liberality which is made in good faith No household is conrolete without these twW great Works heretofore beyond the reach of the Middle Classes Tonight both for noth Easy Buy two cheap Boys Suits t Or good one for your boys as your circum stances will permit and two tair of good or cheap shoes and I will present you free of cost the Great Shakesperes Works and the Great Websters Dictionary 2326 cages both for nothing OTTO KRAUS OF COURSE Both the method and results Syrup of Figs ia taken it ia pleasait and refreshing to the taste and acti gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrop of Figs is tit only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable 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 50o and bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not hare it oa hand mil pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ fiMXCiSCO CtL LOWSVltlE KT HflV rOKX HI For sale andfaU druggists r SEE HERE Have you ordered your Fall Suit yet If not comeia and look at my line We can please you in anything you may want Large Line of Overcoatings Mr Geo 0 Jamison a Cutter and Tailor of thirty years experience in charge of cutting department E F KELLER Importing Tailor 311 Market St WINTER IS COMING Clothing is Necessary Merchant Tailoring makes the neatest and best fit Workmanship is Everything Quality is nlove nil other considerations These assertion are fully satisfied at JOS CRAIGS The Tailor   

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