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Logansport Journal Newspaper Archive: November 19, 1890 - Page 5

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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                Tiie Nickleby Cigar Five Cent Cigar In The City BOLANS OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday November 21 Sprightly and Jolly HELLIE McHENRY In a new Play CHAIN LIGHTNING Combining Melo Drama Faroe Comedy And Operetta Beautiful MexicanScenery Songs Dances etc Scale of Prices 25 SO and 7Scts Real Estate For Sale orTrade h all parts of the City Residence at all prices Business Houses Vacant Lots Exclusive sale of Johnsons Riverside 20 Yaeant Lots on Broad way and North Bargains in Lands close City BN TALBOTT Estate Broker EJxfro Block Ad B M MeMillen Pictures Stationary Hammocks Croquets Picture Framing No 3O7 A SPECIALTY Market St MONEY TO LOAN insl Notes Bought tii any sum over at lowett rates Large amounts 6 percent GBO B FORGY CASHMERE THEY PLEAD GUILTY W B Jonklnx Won PHart Guilty to Cliarge of Libel on C O Kpiiloii and are Fined S10 We Make a SPEC I A L T Y COLGATE COS Toilet Articles at Hie GRAND BAZAAR 4th St Quealys Old Stand PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL MONEY TO LOAN B anr mm at the LOWEST rsUe Private fondi 3uly Money tlwaye In hand No red taps or de li Ictirwt and principal payable In Prt Special arrangements an to payment oJ principal and Interest made to suit the wlsheio Sorrower Ior farther particulars apply to Fred W Munson Hbnilajs FrMars or Satardays 214 Fourth street opposite Court House Try EUns Winters shoe made to order 5 The city council will meet this evening Miss Bertha Kauffman of Boston is in the city the guest of relatives The Marie Greenwood company played at Bloomington 111 last night Mary A Manneringof this city has been granted an increase of pension Go to the Market street M E church this evening and be pleasantly entertained The most artistic effects in neck wear gloves and handkerchiefs at Pattersons the Haberdasher And dont you forget to go to Pat terson the Haberdasher for your gloves underwear and neckwear A J Duncan engineer at Long Cliff has removed to Indianapolis where ho will reside in the future A fine literary and musical enter tainment will be given at the Market street M K church this evening See my line of tine table linens and towels I can surprise you with nov the Haberdasher J D Johnston Walter Illiiigs worthj Chas King and A W Smith arehimting and fishing on the Kanka kee You cant allord to stand in your own light and you do it when you do not trade at Pattersons the Haber dasher Emerich says ho could have traded V his stock for farms and lots a flaxen Imes but he will not take less than half cash JohnM Williamson and wife havo rone to his former home at Greensbutg Ind to visit his parents till after Thanksgiving Oliver Crooks of Maxinkuckee was in the city yesterday the guest of H J McSheehy en route to Memphis to pend the winter Aaron and Cyrus Greensfielder of Ft Wayne are in the city at the bed MONEY and All kind ot In In antelau companies Endow xttyaUebu pnrchoMd Bonds or snretysi for holding poaitteae of tram a kjnd la ST C1 o s son Journal WEDNESDAY MORNING NOV 19 special bargains Fwrent several desirable houses APPly to C E Hale novtdtf secondhand piano at Will be sold low for cash or terms Call and see it Miss Josie Rogers of Wolcott has feturned home after a brief visit with tie Misses Schlademan in the city For sale 88 feet frontage at corner Tenth and Broadway with two houses Suire of George H Miles over 222 fourth street nov2d4t I hayejgotagood business for which 1 cents on the dollar I ought to get fifty per cent 1mertch and which you wiu fce highly appreciated the jnmates at Long Cliff If left at Ws offieo they will be deliv nov3d6t C H Uhl are manufacturing Pure whpla wheat flour This will be 8le J11 the leading groceries tt oneeighth barrel packages There is in this flour than in made t side of their sister Mrs Jacob Herz who is growing worse The evidence for the plaintiff in the TurpieLowe case was concluded yes terday and today the evidence for the defence will begin Mrs M B Knowlton and daughter Anna departed yesterday for Sedalia to attend the funeial of Miss Lillie Sandersona neioe of Mrs Knowlton Hugh Moore the smiling young barkeeper at the Jturdpck is nursing a badly hftnd caused by a seltzer bottle exploding whilehe was holding The fine plushparlorsuit advertised by Emerich will be drawn under the auspices of Loganspbrt editors no matter what disposition ismude of the stock Otto Kraus tailormade clothing is thebest his styles are confined to himself his furnishings are not called by fancy names nor does he ask any fancy prices F D Patterson of Lafayette C B Biggins of Peru R Hodgens of Rich mond and Dr and Mrs J L Sando of Cincinnati are among the late arrivals at the Murdock Dr G W Redmon who swung his to the breezes in this city fora lewweeks during the past summer wjH be united in marriage to Miss Cammie Augustus at Paris 111 on the evening of the 26th inst The Big 3 dancing club gave a very enjoyable dance at McCaffreys hall last evening A small but pleasant crowdgathered at the hall and tripped the light fantastic until after the mystic hour of twelve The club will give frequent dances during the season Yesterday in the circuit court caso of C O Fenton vs W B Jen kins Sou was called Considerable interest was manifested in this cttfe and the court room held quite a crowd of spectators but the case was quickly disposed of the defendants pleading guilty The court imposed1 a fine pf ten dollars each on the defendants throwing the costs amounting to upon them Early in the spring the Winamac Republican then owned and edited by W B Jenkins Sou published an article reflecting very seriously on tho private character of Mr Kcnton who immediately instituted a suit for crim nal libel and also entered suit for damages The latter case will proba bly not be called until Ihc next term of court The action of the defendants yester day showed that they had ho founda tion lor the serious charge they made against the plaintiff and Mr Kcnton is vindicated To bo 3Jurrietl Tolxj Dr J II Talbott and Miss Lauru McXitt will bo united in marriage this morning at oclock The cere mony will be performed by Bcv Dr Putnam at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs C M McNitt ou High street The wedding will be a affair being attended only by the members of the two families and the following Mends from other cities Miss Mary Cummings of Lewiston Pa Miss Maggie Wynkoop of Ander son Mr J 11 Gourley of Terre Haute Dr U McDowell Colum bus O Dr J L Sando and wife of Cincinnati and Dr W K Cisno of Chicago A wedding breakfast will follow the ceremony and Dr Talbott and bride will depart on the train for Cincinnati thence to Memphis Bir mingham and New Orleans where they will remain a couple of weeks and return to Indianapolis the Doctors present headquarters in the relief department of the Pennsylvania road The Journal extends congratulations and well wishes in advance t irtuit Court Estate of Leopold A Smith deceas ed report of sale of personal property approved C H Stevens vs estate of Leopold A Smith settled and cause dismissed at cost of the estate Estate of William A Sbafer de ceased tinal report approved and ex ecutor Discharged D D Dvkemun vs Milton Shirk et al change of venue to Pulaski circuit court on application of the defend ants Joseph Muridel vs Abraham Brnf manetnl jury returned verdict foi the plaintiff for also for plaintilT on attachment proceedings James V Gagen vs James A Mehaffy t al on trial hofort th court KrclgWcelit Yesterday at the parsonage of the German Lutheran church Rev Jox officiating Jacob Kreig a well known and popular employe at the Pan Han dle shops was united in marriage to Miss Lena Wecht daughter oi the late Adam Wecht After a short wedding tiip to Chicago the newly wedded couple will return to the city and go to housekeeping in the East End Both are estimable young people anc receive many congratulations and wel wishes number of different languages epoken in Europe is 5S7 Louise Lawson of York has been selected to make the statue of the late S S Cox j Gbson of St Louis upon Whom Emperor William the jOrder of tho Crown has gone to Berlin to express in person his appreciation of jthe honor I bird fancier of Washington who jhas twenty parrots says that the Mexi can doubleheads are the best talkers while the African grays make the best mimics and whistlers new hotels in Xew York are criticised for their gaudy coloring and slipshod gilding There is said to be a rage for crewsaws scrolls eupids dolphins bats storks and an army of uncanny and uunamable things all done up in plaster and smeared with the colors of the rainbow Sharp is said to have taken a fancy to Love joy the porter of tho Fifth Avenue Hotel and helped him to buy streetrailway stock when it was very cheap and the rise in the value of the stock has made Lovejoy a rich man The old headporter of the Grand Pacific Hotel Chicago is said to bo worth two hundred and fifty thousand dol ars made in most part from points given him by prominent business men man professionally funny in irint is often a cause of perplexity to is family from h s habit of picking up unconsidered trifles and weaving them into a marketable web Ono such erson whose notebook is never at land was heard repeating to himself the chance remark of a clever child Well said his wife what can you make out of that Oh was the lit eralreply LTnon Washington paperremarks Al en Weir tho former editor of tho ort Townscnd Argus is a sort of Muldoon in the now State of Washing 3e is Secretary of State insurance com missioner member of the State land commission member of commission to select indemnity school lands member ot the commission to select a site for a normal school sealer of weights and measures member of the State hoard of equalization of the value of fde lands bas to audit the State printing bill has supervision over tho capital building grounds and is required to furnish sup plies to the State officers and library vegetarian of Xew York has be come a flesh eater since he discovered a scientific law that he had not previous lybeen aware of He changed his mind upon the diet question and got con vinced that meats were among the proper edibles for mankind after he had been assured by a professor of chemistry that beef mutton and pori were mere ly transformed grass vegetables and grain After pondering upon this in teresting law of chemical transforma tion ho carae to the conclusion that vegetarianism is a doctrine of narrow scope and he adopted a new dietetic policy under which ho now enjoys tenderloin steaks lamp chops and friet bacon not to speak of stewed kidneys pigs feet and Ute ilr cfau A LITTLE NONSENSE Care to Kat It is with the greatest confidence that Hoods Sarsaparilla is for loss of appetite indigestion sick headache and similar troubles This medicine gently tones the stomach assists digestion and makes one rea hungry Persons in delicate health after taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a few days llnd themselves longing for anc eating the plainest food nith unexpeo ed rilish Syrup of lrlfs produced from the laxative and nutri tious juice of California figs eombinec with the medicinal virtues of plant known to be most beneficial to the human system acts gently on th kidneys liver and bowels effectuall cleansing the system dispelling cold and headaches and curing habitua constipation Sold by B F Keeslint and all druggists Saturday night the explosion of a lamp caused a destructive blaze at the old Grable homestead north of the city The house was occuuied by Frank Lunsford and was partially in sured A the household good were saved from the burning house At the next called meeting of tbi Business Mens association it is to tx hoped that more interest will be taken and that the members will turnout Tbeiacetlrig last night rc Pfyjl credjtably on the association Hats Off Heads Win Any Stiff or Soft Hat in my Store Goes x For 1 9 8 TllPQO HiltC as lne as can made Some are of Engliaii aijLau 1 HCoC fldlo factureOthersAmerican They consist of 00 dozen Mens Derbys Knox Dunlap Youman Miller and English and 215 Lozen Fedora Shape Soft Hats We have been selling them at arjjl 4 but at any hour Monday Tuesday and Wednesday take your fl98 OTTO KRAUSy Of Course WHEN The Leaves Begin to Fall They have nearly all of them fallen and if you are stiit without your oeme in and look at my line They are Beauties They are Genteel They are They are Good They a re m ad e to Fit Prices on them have not been M c K i n 1 e y e d E F KELLER Importing Tailor 311 Market St The services church were well ing The sermon lowing points at the Christian attended last even erobraced che fol First God stands digestion of an ostrich and the appetite of an American small boy are LWO things that have never Ijoen dis Horn if Fire Whats thrtahou tin cjips you bought this niOLnina were all bad except out mil Ive called to see bow mioh extra I mvo you for tho good Y Sun you may talk about Xiggleston not being m his right mind but I know better Ive talked with him two or three times lately Smart Yes hut I havo seen him since you talked with Transcript late What if papa should wake up he wont mind lies been here him self She anxiously And Im afraid hell be here pretty soon again I think I hear him Blade love letter written by some great man 400 years ago was recently sold in England for S750 A love letter recent ly read In court in a divorce case was worth the fair plaintiff And its writer is still living and com paratively unknown Herald Im afraid my husband is killinghimself with overwork Mrs that Sirs when we were first married he always gothome from tbe office at five and now hes often kept until ten Munseys Weekly Strange Piece of An Ohio man claims to have a wife who never asks him for money He neglects to say whether the woman has been speechless from btrth or whether she simply holds him down andgpes throueh bispockets uitbout wasting Rams Horn Do you know she said that clock reminds me ot yon every time I look at it Do yon notice any thing pe culiar about ii Why no I really cant say that I do he replied as he drew nearer except that it doesnt go Then ho got red in the face and in a few moments Post Catch the of the world are yon setting that trap on the front steps for Young catch the wolf Pa said that if ma ordered any more of those California peaches we should have the wolf at the door and shes gone and done it for UnarJ Free Press seotus to bo an aw ful lot of unnecessary fuss over this sealfishery tjiiestion especially as plush imitation can bo made that one can hardly tell from the real seal O no there cantI can toll plrish from seal two Oiouks away the way the wearer curries tor JoirnaL back of all created being back of all existence and life He is the author of our being and by right of creation and redemption is entitled to the humageof our hearts Second Gods will is the supreme law of the material and spiritual worlds In nature there is no pardon The violator of natures laws must suffer the penalty There is but one way to avoid the conse quences of violatingGods will and that is by pardon God forgives when men believef repent and obey The services will be held this evening at This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life Thousands are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our peo ple in the hope that they may attain this boon And yet it may be had by all We guarantee that Electric Bit ters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good Digestion and oust the de mon Dyspepsia and install instead Eupepsy We recommend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver Stomach and Kidneys Sold at 50c and per bottle by B F Keesling Druggsst to20 She Wan Completely Cured A daughter of my customer suffered from suppressed menstruation and her health was completely wreckedAt my suggestion she used one bottle of Bradfields Female Regulator which cured her J W HELLUMS Valley Miss Write The Bradfield Reg Co At lanta Ga for particulars Sold by all druggists a Hon P H McCormick one ofthe contractors who built the Logaiisport has entered suit in the Clark County Court against P H Sweeny former partner for damages allegingslander McCormick clntmj that Sweeny circulated damaging and slanderous reports against him during his late race for Treasurer of State Stanton Zinn who has long been connected with the engineering de partment of the Pennsylvania at this place has resigned his position and goes to Elgin Ills where he will take service with Eastern road the Elgin Joliet and If YOU Advertise Anything Any time Call on the Jou r nal Theatergoers hase been bothered more this season by noise a44 turbances in the gallery during jer ormancos than over befor The ibuse policemen have made tv6 or throe arrests already during son and will get the gallery crdwtl down to rights if they haveto ffiake a iTJble example of the entire gaag Speaking of misbehavior at the the atres reminds orc of an advertise ment noted in last weeks Dramatic News It was published in a wild western paper and ran to the effect that if the person who dropped a cat from the gallery into the parqtrette at the previous evening performance of The Henrietta1 would call at the stage entrance of tho theatre hewould learn something to his advsntaire A stranger was found dead ic barnyard rt Fostoria O with a bullet through his brain He aged about forty with a heavjj black mustache and hair slightly sprinkled with gray and on one arm was tat tooted a womans picture while on the other were the initials W tC The names of A Jenkins of Goodland and Nellie Meyers of this State were found iu his pockets Mr and Mrs George Herrick of Washington township aro rejoicing over the advent of a baby girt at their home OJNTJS Both the method and Syrup of Figs is taken it is and refreshing to the taste and acU gently yet prom pVly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowel cieauses the sys tem effectually dispels colds hjead achea and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of tlf only reiaedy of its kind ever duced pleasing to Ue tastescdse ceptable to the prompt in ita action and truly lieneftcial in its effects prepared ooiv iVom the merit Bealtby and agrees smivrtancw excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it th most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is fin siie 50ij and bottles by gists Any rehallo may not have it on haad will pro cure it promptly for auy one who wishes to try it Do not accettt any substitute CALIFORNIA SAUt OAt r new R F Keesil   

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