Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 13, 1894 · Page 5
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May 13, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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A MAN'S APPEARANCE Is largelyjmade up of little things. This is why a Gentleman's Furnishings, Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Shirts and the et ceteras generally, are 2 worthy of some thought and attention. Spring and Summer necessitates an entire renewal in these lines. We invite an inspection of our large stock. DEWENTER, THE HATTER AND FURNISHER. €OME AND SEE US NOW. You must have a Spring Suit. Come to us; we make them from $20 to $60. Tucker & Young, THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK. After fourte«n Tear* of nolenllltc fltndy of Nose, Lang, Liver, and all Disposes or a Chronic Nature I adopted mj present form of treatment, nnd bare co nducted a snccestDial practice In the above clau ol cft-snu. I cordially Invite you or jour frtendu, It stlllcted with any Chronic Disease, to consult me and my method of treatment nnd its rnulU. Office hours: 10to 12n. m.:2to 4. 1 to 8 p. m. Raildence ntofllce. All cftlto promptly attended SEBIOUS CHARGES. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, MAY IS. The very beat of everything in hats and underwear at Patterson's. Wanted—A good girl (or general home work 923 Spear street. Otto has extra salesmen employed (or Monday. All shoos must be fitted to the (oot The Journal acknowledged the receipt of Salt Lake City papers from Dr. W. H. Bell. But they are the latest style and the finest quality, and are worth just what Otto Kraus claims, $5 and $6 Monday, $1.48. Don't pay 25 cents for paper hang. Ing when Underhay will do it (or 18 cents (a double roll). All work guaranteed. Six paper hangers wanted, corner Sixth and Broadway. Prices tell and you toll the prices, if this expression means something, then Otto Kraus 1 sale of $5 ladles shoatfor $1.48, which Is to be repeated Monday will be ten times a greater success than the first. Moore & Wlrick'H West Side grocery was again entered by -burglars Friday night, and the cash drawer and several boxes of cigars, cadles of tobacco and some hams were taken. The caih drawer was found in a box oar on the Fan Handle siding near by. On Majj 19th the Yellow Jacket Bicycle Club, of this city In conjunc., tion with the club at Camden will give a grand bicycle raoe meet at Camden. Three races are arranged (or at follows: Half mile, one mile and five mile. A large list of prizes are offered. All bicycle riders are Invited to lake part in the races. A balloon ascension Is advertised to take place Immediately after the racea. At the last meeting of Orient lodge F. and A. M. the lodge decided to undertake the responsibility of con. ducting the ceremonies attending the laying of the corner (tone of the new high school building. At the meeting next Tuesday evening the several committees appointed will effect an organization, and the program and '•tells will be given to the public when prepared. , Made Acalnut the Crutral menf-Tlie Relative! of Mary A. Waaien gntpect Fool PlBT. Citizens of Carroll county say that the body of Emma Stansel, of Rockfield, Carroll county, who died at Indl anapolia a short time ago was received by the undertaker in a deplorable condition. This report aroused considerable indignation. Now comes another case from the game neighborhood. The Journal's correspondent sends the following statement of facts: "Mrs. Mary G. Waseen was taken to the Central hospital for the Insane at Indianapolia, on last Friday. On last Tuesday tho telegraph announced that she was dead. An undertaker was sent (or the remains, on arriving he was inform, ed that she was found dead In bed. When brought home, below the right eye and right side of the face was very black, and discolored also on the neck which was greatly swollen. "The community are of one opinion that she died from foul play and not from natural causes, as when she left homo there wore no marks on her person whatever.'- 1 YOUB NAME IN PRINT. Item* of a Penoual Character Con••ruing Logiin«porlerH and TnelT Friend* Pat Sparrow is visiting at Kentland. MlBsJJJulia Campion has removed to Marlon. J. 0. Har'deety £went to Anderson this morning. Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Closson are visiting at Detroit. Will Randall who was teaching school at Monon, Is home again. E. B.;Whiteett is entertaining his brother, Chas. T. Whlteott, of Indianapolis. _MlB_B AnnajStraln of Greenfield, is visiting her tbrother Rodney Strain and family. Mr. and - ;Mrs. Frank Young of Gillman, Ill.,£sre visiting their son George and wife. Earl Stewart;wlll depart tonight for Indianapolis to attend the Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F. Fort Wayne Gazette: Mr. and Mrs. D. Miller of Logansport, wore guests in the city yesterday. Lafayette Courier: Rev. F. P. Roche was at Logansport yesterday, the guests of Rev. M. E. Campion. Mrs. C. D. Maxwell of Indianapolis, who was visiting her brother Mr. H. G. Tucker and wife went to Chicago yesterday. James Warner and wife who have made Logansport their home for some years past, departed yesterday for Harrlsburg, Pa., where they will reside in the future. Peru Journal: Mao Colgan went to Logansport this morning B. F. Campbell and sister Mrs. Hoover, have returned to their home near Logansport, after a few days 1 visit in the oity with friends. W. L. and Mrs. Morris will depart tonight for Indianapolis to attend as delegates of Eel River Lodge, I. O. 0. F., and of the Rebekah Lodge, the Grand Lodge I. 0. O. F., of the State which convenes at that city this week.' Dr. J. Z. Powell leaves at midnight on an extended tour. He will visit New Orleans, San Antonio, and the City of Mexico en route to San Francisco where he will 'attend the National medical association convention June 8th. On his return trip he will visit Seattle, Salt Lake City and other western points. A Special Car meeting. A meeting of republicans was held at the council chamber last evening for the purpose of making arrangements to effect the sale of two buddred tickets to the Hammond convention May 24th to secure a rate of two dollars for tho round trip. Committees were appointed to canvass tho county to effect the sale of tickets, and confer with adjoining counties to get them to join the local delegation. Tickets will be on sale tomorrow morning at this office, and from the members of the committee who will wait upon the people. MONDAY-41.48 worth $5. $1.48, WORTH $5. $1,48, WORTH $5. The Celebrated Peerless Gaiters la Kid, Patent Leather, Cloth Top, Plain and Diamond Tip and Tan, and a sample line in narrow widths, worth up to $6.00. Choice of all. $1.48, Monday and Tuesday. Only one pair sold to any one customer, and then only when fitted to the fet in the store. $1.48, WORTH $S. $1.48, WORTH $5. Samples of the celebrated "Bradshaw," the finest shoes on earth at any price, which Otto Kraus will sell Monday and Tuesday for $1.48. THEY ARE CHEAP AT $5.00. Monday, $1 48. We want all the long, slim feet in Logamport to walk into our etore MONDAY and bring the trifling amount of $1.48, which we will exchange for $5.00 Shoes like above. OTTO KRAUS. JboKanMport People Abroad. Huntington Herald: A man former, ly living at Logansport, but for some months stopping in this oity, is wanted on the charge of fornication which is preferred by bis wife, Clara Bushing. The wife, accompanied by another woman, came up from Logansport expressly to look after the record her husband was making, and after some investigations concluded that John bad been devoting the attention to one Orpha Ann Cook, an unmarried woman which should only be bestowed upon a lawful wife. Hence the suit. The warrant for Bushing's arrest is in tho hands of a constable and when he Is captured, the case will be tried before Mayor Z. T. fiungan. The names of several witnesses appear in in the complaint and the trial prom Ises to be quite sensational. Old Itfewipaper*. To Mr. W. H. Brandt of Noble township, the Jourual is undea ospecial obligations for copies of some historic newspapers. This collection embraces copies of Frank Leslie's Illustrated newspaper of January 11, 1861; the Logansport Journal, weekly, of April 10, 1858; the New York Tribune of May 19 and 26, 18CO and the Cincinnati "Dollar Times" of May 15,180?. Thoae papers have been in Mr. Brandt's family since the date of publication and revive vividly memories of a generation ago. The Sanitarium to move. A. M. Barton & Co., on Monday will move their sanitarium to the ••Centennial" building on Biddlo's Island, where they will have much more commodious quarters, and will be prepared to take excellent care of all their patients. Their success In the treatment and cure of the liquor and morphine habit has been wonder- aul. They are also prepared to cure rupture. No cure no pay is their manner of doing business. World'* Colombian Exposition Will be of vsluf o the world by il» luptratlng tho Improvements In the mechanical arts and eminent physi c'nna will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents, baa been of equal Importance, and aa a atrengonlug lax- tlve that Syrup of Figa la far In ad vance of all others. What does |1.48 buy ordinarily P extraordinarily, $6 and $6 shoes Monday only, at Otto Kraus' only when fitted to the foot In the store. Mr. Frank Stukey is organizing a stock company trotting association for Logansport and Cass county. By the terms of the association the company will be limited as to membership. Payment of $25 entitles the subscriber to membership and the rights of the association. The list is nearly completed and considerable interest is being aroused in the matter. A meeting of stockholders baa been called for next Tuesday evening at the council chamber at 7:30 o'clock to consider final organization. Great n«rgalu« 111 Rogers Beit Halve* «iid Fork*. In order to reduce stock, Snider & Alber will sell until June 15, Rogers best No. 12 silver knives and forks at $3 per set of 6 knives and 6 forks. Jacob M. Haynea and Rosetta Haynes were yesterday licensed to wed. ^ Ladies suits in all Styles at the New Fashion store. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. $5 ladies shoes for $1,48, at Kraus'. Boys' percale shirt waists 25 cents at the New Fashion store. Kid gloves in all shades, fitted to your hand, at the New Fashion store. A false alarm on Sixth street got the fire department out yesterday afternoon. Dr. Eyer Walter was yesterday licensed to practice medicine in Cass county. lu nearly all the protestant churches today a lady will speak. Come and hear her. Do not fail to get your carpets before the stock is broken, at the New Fashion store. To be comfortable got one of our negligee shirts and a suit.of our cool underwear at Patterson's. There will be no court next weak, on account of Judge McConnell'a absence at Chattanooga, Tenn. The assurance of the success of the new gas company lies in the prompt payment of gas stock subscriptions. The ladles of the Christian Church will serve dinner and euppor In Dr. Justice's room on Broadway, May 16. George West, of McCaffrey'a meat market is laid up with a fracture of three ribs sustained by a fall down the •cellar stairs at the store Friday oven- ing. "Scrape up" the money, if need be, to pay gas subscriptions. Such payment will go to secure cheap gaa and plenty of it at the earliest practicable date. This afternoon at 3 o'clock in the R, R. Y. M. C. A. rooms an 'address to men by Prof. P. B, Shinn. Every man li cordially invited to hear this ad dress. Same rules govern Otto Kraus' sale Monday and Tuesday aa controlled previous aale. All shoes must be fitted to your feet and no exchange allowed. Tomorrow the Beo Hive will have on sale four distinct bargains in print, ed wash fabrics that usually sell at 20 cents, tomorrow's price will be but 8 cents per yard. ' The snow will fly bye and bye and time ia always flying. Moral: The new gas company needs Its subscriptions to set It flying, too, after cheap gai and plenty of It. Sheriff Homburg departed yesterday to the reform school for women and glrli with Laura Jackson, the abandoned girl who was sentenced the evening before to the reformatory. On the Vandalla line on May 16th, on account of the Grand Lodge meeting I. 0. O. F. at Indianapolis, train No. 51 leaving here at 7:34 a. m. will carry a through coach to Indianapolis via Colfax without change. New gas stock subscriptions within the last two daya amout to over fifteen hundred dollars. This is very substantial encouragement. Let tbi jood work goon, and bo suppllmento ay large payments on older subacrlp tions. Only one pair to any one purchaser this rule ia imperative. We .have only a few hundred pairs, paten leather, can, finest black kid, plain and diamond tip, Peerless gaiters choice of all $1.48, worth f5. at Otto Kraus'. Tho N. K. Falrbank company of Chicago have brought suit against W. L. Henry of Macon, Ga., in the sum of $5.000 for Infringment of their trade mark "Cottolene" a food product which they have lately placed ou the market. The Journal was yesterday shown a postal card mailed and postmarked at the Logansport office April 13th and delivered May 8th, about three weeks ater. The card was addressed to "Mr. H. L. Clark, city" and no reason is given for the delay. A postofllce inspector will be here tomorrow to in- vestigate the office and it ia possible that several changes will be ordered. A balloon ascension from tho com* mons at 24th and Market streets will be witnessed at 4 o'clock this afternoon, "Prof." Gall's balloon will go up. There will be a parachute • descent by an "unknown." Having purchased the Eogan Steam Laundry & Dye Works, I axpect to con, duct the management of It on strictly business principles, and will give my personal attention to all work received. Short timo work a specialty.—Chae, E. McKeen. This week a large American delegation will start for the Jub::loe confer* ence of the Young Men's Christian Association of the world which is to be held in London early in June. Indiana will be represented by a ncmber of delegates. George B. Forty's stallion, "Glen's Princeps," trotted a furlong in',17 sec- onda at the driving park yesterday morning in easy practice. This Is a 2 16 clip, and Mr. Forgy and the lorss trainers believe that tho animal can be worked ipto the 2:10 class. George Woodllng of Washington ownehlp, waa severely kicked about ihe head and face by an unruly colt which he was driving borne from the ity. The colt became unmanagable nd upset • the cart, throwing Mr. Voodling within range of the animal's leels from which he received painful, lough not serious injuries. OflLL ON CARL I KELLER • - FOR - - Fine Tailoring. MrtRKBT STRBBT.

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