Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1892 · Page 5
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DUNLAFS -GELBBRfVTED HfVTS STIFF AND SILK. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. DEWENTER, "The Hatter." H. G. TUCKER, The Pearl Street Tailor is show- in 01 some very handsome woolens lor fall wear ia suitings He also has something new and attractive foi overcoats - Yours Truly, "PUCK," DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. OCT. 2. YOUR NAME IX PRINT. Iteiiiw of a Personal Character Con- C3Miius IiOuniiNporters and Their Friends. N. W. Dooley and bride nre visiting friends in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Elliott are visiting: friends at Richmond. John W. Burrow is visiting friends at Attica for a few days. Mrs. W. H. Gregg is in Chicago visiting friends for a week. Mrs. Ed. Penrose went to Monticello yesterday to visit relatives. J. P. Switzer has gone to Akron, 0., his former home, to be gone, three weeks. Miss Grace Barker has returned from a three months' visit at Detroit ' and other cities. Mrs. N. H. Ransom of Fort Wayne is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Eastwood. Mrs. J. D. Allison has gone to Greencastle, called there by the dangerous illness of her father. P. M. McCarty returned to his home in Hunting-ton yesterday, after a week's visit with Logansport relatives. Mr. J. N. Frazee,. of Madison, Kan., who has been visiting Ms brother, M. R. Frazee, will return home to-morrow. Mrs. John Frey has returned to her home in Lafayette after a short visit with Miss Gertrude Hill of the West Side. Mrs. H. F. Trick and. children returned last evening from a several weeks' visit with relatives at Greenville, O. Marvin E. Barnhart has returned to Ann Arbor College to resume his Studies in the law department of that, university. Mr. and Mrs. H. C- Eastwood will entertain during the Baptist convention next week Rev. S. A. Norchup and wife of the First Baptist church at Fort wayne. Mrs. S. W. Shaver after spending the summer months with relatives in Chicago has returned to the city accompanied by her brother, Samuel Whitfield -who will visit his nephews, George and Sam Shaver and families for a brief period. Tie Races Ults Week. Additional entries were made on the books of the Logansport Trotting Association yesterday, and 1 nearly 60 horses have now been secured, more than enough to fill all classes. Among these horses are animals of wider than State celebrity, snd races of a most interesting character are expected. This will be one of the last but by no means the least, meetings of the season, and will attract wide attention throughout the State. A NEW FACTORY. Tl»e Auburn Xoad \Vason Plant Locates I-Iere—A Desirable Institution. For several days Mr. McCool, of the Auburn (Ind.) road wagon factory, has been in the city casting about for an advantageous location of his plant in this city. He was pleased with the city and after some investigation concluded that the old Spiker & Harrison wagon factory building on Toledo street was about what he wanted in the way of a building. He accepted Mr. Harrison's proposition on this building, so that part . of the matter was easily settled. Mr. McCool also wanted a cash consideration of §700 to change the location of his plant, and it did not require a very aggressive canvass to raise that amount, so that thatpart of the matter was settled. The new factory will employ about fifty men, and work will be begun at once transferring the machinery. The city welcomes all such and more. Let them come. Base Ball Yesterdav. Special to the Journal. Pittshurg 10, Louisville '3. New York 3, Philadelphia 4. Brooklyn 10, Baltimore 9. Boston G, Washington 15. Pittsburg 7, Louisville 10. Cincinnati 7, Chicago 9. St. Louis 12, Cleveland 11. There is no excuse -for any man to appear in society with a grizzly beard since the introduction of Buckingham's Dye. which colors a natural brown or black. RAILROAD RU3CBLINGS. Item* from the. Xote-Book of Oar Railway Reporter—feints Per- Konal and. Otherwise. Pan Handle Fireman M. B. Mahoney is on the sick list. W. J. Bigsby is the name of a new fireman on the Pan Handle. The oil house at the Pan Handle shops will be repainted to-morrow. Pan Handle Engineer Van. Hayes is off duty on account of the sicknei-s of his wife. Pan Handle Engineer John Manes is spending a few days hunting aad fishing at English Lake. Owing to a pressure of work' the machine department at the Pan Hau- dle shop will work today. Chris Berg, Jr., of the Pan Handle boiler shop, is entertaining his cousin, Cris £ringer, of Indianapolis. Ed. Penrose, of the railroad reading room, went to Metea yesterday, where he will address a Sunday school today. General Manager Wood, of thePenn- sylvania, and party will pass through the city to-morrow, going east from Chicago. George Snyder, of the Pan Handle machine shop, and wife, went to Chicago yesterday, to visit their daughter. Charles Rogan, of the Pan Handle blacksmith shop, went to Lake Max- enkuckee last evening on a fishing expedition. Pan Handle Engineer S. J. King is laid up with a sorA thumb, which he mashed with a hammer while working on his engine. Several of the P., F. W. & C. en- pines which have been running on ihe Pan Handle for some time have been called home again. Pan Handle fireman John K. Felix and Wm, Cassell were examined yesterday evening for promotion to the position of engineers. John Hetzner foreman of the Pan Handle wrecking crew and Henry Paul of the freight car shops have returned from a weeks visit at Chicago. Pan Handle engineer Wm. Glassford, and fireman George Hornbeck, were sent to Bradford yesterday to bring, back one of the. new engines from the Eastern division. The annual clean up at the Pan Handle shsps will begin to-day. The entire outside roustabout gang will work to-day cleaning up the debris which has accumulated. Frank Felker returned last Friday eveng from Dallas, Texas, where he had been attending the grand lodge of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association as a delegate of the local union. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman according to the last annual report of the secretary has 25,967 members. The disbursements from the beneficiary fund the last year amounted to $399,250, and since the association was organized, in July, 1880, there have been disbursed in benefits §2,284,502. At the convention of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid^ association at Dallas last week it was announced that during the previous year 3,500 members had been added ' and 82 new lodges organized, the total membership being placed at S, 000. _ ; There were 164 deaths and disability claims paid during the year, amounting to §164,000. The song services which are held once a month at the railroad men's building are always largely attended. This afternoon at 2:30 will be held the October meeting, so arrange to be early, that vou may secure a seat. Prof. W. T. Gifle will lead, assisted by- Messrs. Miller and Powell, with violin and cornet. This song day commemorates the "Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering," an ancient festival of the Jews. Crown of Gold and Gospel American Association LOGANSPORT RACES, THIS WEEK. OCTOBER 5th, 6th and 7th. i WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY On the Fair Ground Track. 3- * FREE--THIS WEEK ONLY. '•" -" •' * v, Oak Chairs for Everybody. Heal Japanese Cups and Saucers for Ladies. Folding Vest-pocket Comb, Case and Mirror for Menv Beautiful Bound Books for Big Children. Iron Tops and Flying Kites for the Boys. ' FREE with shoes this week, value depending upon amount of sale. We adopt this plan to attract the people instead of giving- ao, opening. Our stock is now complete; inspection solicited. SHOE DEPARTMENT. Hymns No. C will be used. Men only are invited. A hearty welcome to you all. Early last spring Wm. Kissel drum major of Haverly's minstrels made C; D. Kerlin the Pan Handle machinist an offer for the purchase of his eagles which Mr. Kerlin accepted. Last Friday Mr. Kissel came to get one of them offering Mr. Kerlin $40 for it but was refused although Mr. Kerlin offered to sell him both for $50. The birds had been caught in the same nest and were raised together and Mr. Kerlin does not wish to part with them. Friday evening by the caving in of a shelf of the Curveton gravel pit, Conductor Si Moon of the pit crew and Wm. Wallropp, a laborer, were temporarily buried. Fortunately assistance was at hand and they were not long allowed to remain in their uncomfortable position. Conductor Moon's injuries were slight, but Walropp did not fare so 'veil and it is believed that he suffered internal injuries which may prove seriou?. Ha resides'west of the city.. Ten',picked men from the various shops on the Pennsylvania lines, all expert mechanics, are now making a tour of all the shops, East and West. They represent the superintendents of motive: power of each division, coming from the following points: C. M. Mendehall, Jersey City; H. C. McCarty, Williamsport, Pa.; John Cowan. Verona, Pa.; P. W. Hudson, G. W. Hayward, B. F. Custer. Altoona; E. F. Garland, Harrisburg; John Commers- ford, Columbus, 0,; J. A.. Graham, Fort' Wayne, and C. G. Watson, Terre Haute. The object of their trip is to ascertain the methods of repairing of locomoiives aad cars: and to .gather information which may lead to greater economies in doing repair work under what is known as the pooling of expenses on the Pennsylvania lines for all repairs. The idea is to have the work done well and expeditiously by doing repair work at the most convenient point. After the inspection of any one of -the shops the expert mechanics get together and tall: over what they have observed, making note where any information M'Us obtained which it would do well to introduce into other shops, and noting-, also, where work is done at a disadvantage which could readily be remedied. The cost of yearly repairs to equipment on the Pennsylvania lines is enormous, and an effort is making to. bring about more economical methods through this pooling of the repair work among the. several divisions. Hon. Tlico. SUocHuey's E Th'e speech of Hon. Theodore Shockney, Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, should not be forgotten. He speaks at the Rink next Wednesday evening. Mr. Shockney delivered the Labor Day address in this city last year and will be remembered as a graceful and forcible speaker. He was State Senator at that time and his earnest work ia behalf of the laboring men of the State secured for- bin; th- 'n-n-n-r of being selected as orator ,ir- • >:••.•• n^caiion. Two 33arri2»:i<'^- TVednesday ia the: office of J ustice Fender, that genial raag-ist-ate officiating-. two marriages were solemnized. The contracting parties to these civil contracts were Robert W, Niekum and Elizabeth A. Smith both of this citr, and James W. Kilgwe and Mol- iie E. Male, both of Harrison township. Harvest Home. To-day the annual harvest home festival will be celebrated at Trinity church. Special preparations have beon made for this service, and the following musical program will be rendered: Procession llyinn Number 301 Morning Ghaut Dapnis Te Deuin Laudamus VanBoskerck Jubilate Deo Heachom Olferlory—"Wbat Shall 1 Render Onto tDe Lord?" Numbers 306,300, and 495 cnont. Soprano—Jits. Robert Humphrejs, Mrs. 17. H. 'Gllette. Alto-Mrs. McMIilen, Mrs. C, 0. Hefner. Basso—John M. Johnson, Frank L. Kalney. Tenor—Mr. Vf. Twells. Hours for services as follows: i):-15a. in.—Sunday School, U a. in.—Morning prayer and-sennon on "Tl;e Continuance of Seed-Time and Harvest'' C:8U p. m.—The Young Churchman's League. 7:80 p. ra.—Evening prayer and sermon, subject, prayer. All are cordially invited. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Toilet soap this week at Foley's. Our soap sale is a great success.— Fole'y. Handkerchief sale Monday, at the Golden Rnle. See the nuw style bed spreads at the Trade Palace. Come to the handkerchief sale at the'GolcIen Rule. Ladies, see the latest in millinery at Mrs. Bruggeman's Parlor of Fashion. Come and take a look at the grand exhibition of cloaks to-morrow at the Bee Hive. Ready made sheets 78x90 inches and 88x90 inches: pillow cases, ready made, all sizes this week, at the Trade Palace. Dr. F. M. Bozer has removed his dental rooms to the front rooms, second floor, State National Bank Building. Wanted, at once—A good girl, good wages and small family. Apply to Mrs. D. A. Borges, No. 12 Columbia street, North Side. Persons interested in commercial work, pedagogy methods, etc., should see the advertisement of the Central Normal College in this issue. Wanted—Three hundred yards of boulders, 4 to S inches in diameter, Cincinnati inspection, at once.—Wm. C. BoA-ker, contractor, El wood,. Ind The esteemed evening Reporter yesterday closed the third year of its existence, which notable anniversary was made the occasion for some seasonable self felicitation on the part of Mr. ,J. E. SuUon and the granting to his force of a half holiday. As Mr. Sutton has several times remarked through the columns of his paper "nothing succeeds like success," and the Journal wishes him and his paper a full measure of this desirable article SOMETHING TO REMEMBER, if yon're a weak or 'ailing woman: —that there's only one medicine so sure to help you that it can be guaranteed. It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. la building up overworked, feeble, delicate -women, or in any " female complaint^ or •weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. _ It's an' invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothinjcand strengthening nervine, and a safe and certain remedy for woman's Bis and ailments. It regulates _snd promotes all the.proper functions, improves digfstion. enriches the blood, di=pel5 aches and jmins. tiring refreshing sleep, and retires ht-a!:h and strength. Xiitliinsr "1*e caa be as cheap." With th!s, vc-.; w &::ly for the ffood- you get. A Oomiiia: Event. Fi. Wayne Sentinel: Ne^t Wcdnes>- day evening at'tlio home of the bride's* parents, on DeWald street,|will occur" the fflarriasro of Miss Jessie Smith and; Mr. Walter C. Derrick, a traveling salesrnau of Logansport, Ind. Tho wedding will be a brilliant one. 125 guests have been invited. Getting at the Facts. "And yet, Miss Laura," said the professor, "notwithstanding- all that Jgi known, to science concerning Mars—its. atmosphere, its density, its seas, continents, and so forth—a great deal of what I have to tell you this evening is- merely conjecture. Mars is what might be called a bard nut to crack.'*' "Hard to crack, professor?" said* Miss Laura, looking dreamily at the- clock. "How strange! Mars seems to> me so like a—a, chestnut!" Chicago Tribune. For rpferrlni; to :i subject so unusual, hat !t may possess Interest for fiome u> know that Is sold for half the rricc of the otbts- kinds. IS SOLD, we suy—If tlie quality was not what It should be, of oourw; it. would not 6U1 at all. The Millionaire Powder Companies of their exorbitant prices, but tatt coa ilaually of chemical unalyslB, &c. Let tie scientists lead the sclent-Liu, liu let practical women try Cliinrrx, -n-, Juilge for luenosidves. AT YOCE GROCER'S - Storage Room FOR RENT. In Rear of Ppyor's Drug Store. READING ROQM, Open Daily. and 'Evening, B 21 Pearl Street welcome ;o AlJL . regular meeting of the Tree Reading- Koom the third Tuesday of each month.

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