Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 24, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, February 24, 1895
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New Spring Styles of Hats Arriving Daily at DEWENTER, THE HATTER and FURNISHER. •READY FOR SPRING. Last npring and suiniuor we completely exhausted our stock of light woolens, and, of course, we lost a few Bales, but times •wero hard then uud money was scarce. They're better now, aud wo anticipate a budy season. Therefore we have bought heavy aud tire prepared for it. We have received all our spring goods and will be fjlttd to show you the Iur«est selection of the ImOd- aouiest spring KO odi ev<?r sbowa in the city. The prices nominal. are TUCKER &YOUNG, THB FEftRL STRE.ET TftlLORS. MONEY TO LOAN Personal, Bcnl Estate or Collr.tenil Security. Any Amount. Am Tumi, £. B. Ovcrsliiner, 327 Fourth Street. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. FEB. 24. Drink McLin's Kolatonn. Telephone No. 172 ha3 been placed In F. W. Klnney's fish market. A young son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Brown waa buried at 10 a. m. yesterday. Simon Knolpper and Wm. Gundrum will put up a 35x4-1 two story brick business block at Royal Center. Cao you wear sl/.o 4? One lot of extra fine $5 button shoes, real corns, works of art, all size 4, Oito offer choice for $1.98. Wanted, to Rent—A room In a prl vate residence la which to store a fow oholco household goods. Addres "A," Journal office. That scrofulous taint which has boon ia yoiiT blood for years, will be expelled by taking Hood's Sarsapaillla. the K'reat blood purll'ior, Choico of ten different varieties o Imported dress goods with all lining- complete, for $5. Read our advertise, ment—Tho Boo Hivo. "Coxoy," a socialistic dog that hud |attachod himself to the Adams Expros "company's office, was run over Friday night by a wagon hod killed. If party who took slot machine from in front of Pryor's drug store Thursday night, will ro?f||5^it, ho will receive reward aud no 'questions naked A very pheasant church tea was given Friday night at the parsonage of the Wheatland street M. E. churoh by the ladles' missionary society of that churoh. Never did you see such beautiful dresa goods and so cheap as at the Trade Palace. All wool imported gorge 30 cents a yard; everybody buys It and won't last long. A bull dog with a list of thirty-nine victories in the pit, and one that was never beaten, waa poisoned by some unknown party Friday night. Emmett Morrow wns the owner of the defunct canine. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Awarded Highest Honors—World'* Fair. DR. BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream t' Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alumo, wy other adulterant 4O YEARS THE STANDARD. A Vumber of Important BlllH lie- parted liy CuiumUteeH. Indianapolis. Feb. 23. : A number of bills wore reported on by House committees this morning. T*o reports came from the committee on Education on the bill for an act for free text books. A majority of the committee recommended that the bill bepawed, and thoir report was concurred In. The committee on Judiciary reported favorably on the resolution for a constitutional convention. * The House committee on Education reported a bill providing that the Slate shall purchase Hags for all public schools not already supplied, and shall provide flag staffs. The report of the committee was concurred in. * * He Ths House passed a bill to make railroad companies llablo tor damages caused by sparks from locomotives, Dy a vote of 59 to 8. AVILL WOKK WITH WORDEN Unl<*N a 'Kehanrlustln Granted— «ll*r Kills Glveu Four Yf«r»' Servitude and 3S5 1'lue. At 6 a. m. yesterday the jury in the case of the State against Riley Ellis for assault and battery with murder. ous Intent on Warren Knowlee, reached a dsclilon, and when the court con* vered al 9 o'clock it was to hear that in the jury's judgment Rlley Ellis should eervo the commonwealth at hard labor for Ihe term of four years, and »hat he be fined $25. Wm. .M Fiddler was the foreman of the jury. A motion for a new trial was at once made by Ellis' attorneys, and the question will come up for argument the first of next week. The defendant claims he cannot be convicted of anything worse than assault and battery, of which he acknowledges his guilt. , La grippe is confounded by many persons •» 1th a severe attack of catarrh, which in some respects resembles the former. These individuals suffer severely with pain about the forehead, eyes and ears, with soreness in throat and stoppage of the nasal passages, and in fact, are incapacitated for work of any kind for days at a time. These are catarrhal sufferers. Ely's Cream lm has been used with the best results In such cases The remdey will give instant relief. for Sale. The New Fashion .store delivery wagon, one large 'safe, a number of flrst.class show cases and other fli- ures. Call at the offi ;e of Fansler & Mahoney and secure a bargain. M. F. MAHOXEY, Assignee, for H. B. Kennedy. >«tlce. All pewona knowing themselves Indebted to H. B Kennedy will please ill at the office of Fansler & Mihoney ad settle. M. F. MAHOXEY, Assignee, for H B Kennedy. IOCB NAME Item* or* Personal Ch«r»et*r Co»- eeralBK Iior uicporten an4UTb«lr Friends. ., In the city yesterday: 'L. G. Bear of Woltott. ., W. T. Smith of Winamac. Warren WiUon.oi GoodUJwl. '•; M. M. EL Bucher of Kokomo. -Charles Frazer of Remington. . J. M/ Netbercutt of LafayefteL •' ••; Mill Luclle Lslter of Kewanna'. ; , A Gertrude and Josephine Lumpton of. Walton. , •,; [ Bruce Carney of New Qrleani, with old friends. • -..,-•? - - •• - ' Orange Peteri, Walter W. Ford, J. M. Eldrldge of Marlon. •--.• Chas. Dunkleburg will spend t>un» day in Lalayette, M. Hannifin was at Burlington on business yesterday. Mra. Mattie Case has returned from a visit at Cincinnati. Fred Miller will spend Sunday with his family in the «ily. Mrs. J. A. Brooks have gone to Troy, Ohio, for a visit. Mrs. D. P. Putnam came home from Indianapolis yesterday. John B. Skinner and family will spend Sunday at Kokomo. The RJV. T. S. Guthrie has been at Crawfordsville the last week. L. Emmett, the marble dealer, was at Reynolds, Ind., yesterday on busi. ness. MUa Nellie DaMoes has returned to her home In Kokomo on account of illness. C. L. Crosby of the Prudential Life Insurance company is at Marion to spend Sunday. Mrs. W. D. Clary went to Delphi to spend Sunday with a daughter, Mrs. Ed Messinger. Walter Corner went to St. Louis, Mo., yesterday to visit Ms brother, William Osmer. Peru Republican: Miss Oddle Da- Groot of Logansport is the guest of Mrs. J. L. Head. Otis Ballard of Walton, was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Edith F. Beebeo yesterday. , W. J. Finch of Oxford, Ohio, was bore yesterday to attend the funeral Of Mrs. Ellen Woll. Kswanna Herald: Oscar Sepnhskl, of Logansport. Is employed in the cigar factory at this place.- : ' MissCillie Sharpe has returned to her borne at Delphi after visiting friends in Logansport. Mr. and Mr£. Jacob Zechiol of Mar» mont, are spending Sunday with their eon Rav. S. C. Zachiei. Mrs. Charles Arnold of the South Side, is spending a week with relatives at Detroit, Mich. R. A. Brown, Cleik of the Indiana House of Representatives, is spending Sunday with bis family in this city. Lovl Klino of Attica, Ind.,. is calling on friends in the city, Mr. Kline was formerly a clerk at the Murdock hotel. Winamac Democratic Journal: Geo. Cusler of Logansport, is visiting his cousins in this neighborhood for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly of Chicago, were here yesterday attending the funeral of Mrs. Ellen Woll, mother of Mrs. Kelly. Fort Wayne Sentinel: Mrs. Judge Nelson of Logansport, is the guest of Mrs. Cheney and Mrs. C. K. Knight, of Spy Run avenue. William Collett and bride came in yesterday afternoon from Indianapolis after a short visit. They will reside on the Collett farm. Kentland Democrat: Mrs. Samuel Reeher and Mrs, Wm. Myers, of Lo. gansport, visited relatives at this place the first of the week. Frank Lackey of Cambridge City was in the city Friday talking up the sale of John S. Lackey's thoroughbred horses at that place March 16ih. Dr. Fred Bismarc, late of Chauncey, 111., has disposed of his. Interests at that place, because of poor health, and will for the time, remain in this city. Marion News: Bert Westlafce, of Muncie, who hai been the guest of his brother, W. B. Weatlake, for the past week, left last evening for Loganaport. Miss Cora Sayner has bsen called to her home at Ft. Wayne by her motter's sickness. Miss Sayner had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Daderick of Linden avenue. Winamac Republican: Scott Price, a stone and brick mason from Logan«« port and a brother of F. M. Price, of this city was In town the- end of last week visiting his brother and family and renewing old acquaintanceships. Peru Chronicle: Misses Hadley and Manloy of Logansport, were the yuetts of Miss Mamie Ager last evening and attended the violin recital at the Presbyterian church. 1 . ..Henry P. Barn- SAMPLE SHOE SALE. r- INDIES' DAY MONDAY! Wee of the finest Ladies' f 4, |4 50 and f 0 Shoes for $2 75 frwn regular »t«ck your choice. Ladies' Oxfords Choice of the finest in the store Strictly Hand Made $1.08 up to f4. Nouc reserved Satin and Kid Slippers Kejrwlur $•'*, $* and. $~», all colors. Beaded.toe, buckle and plain, Some arc perfect ACIDS' Price list of Great Sample Shoe Sale will continue with an addition of 5,OOO pairs of Boys'. Misses' and Children's from 15c up to 98c. Most remarkable bargains. Ladies' shoes from 6O cents up will be the feature Monday. OTTO KRf\US, Great Shoe Sale! bart of Logarjsport, who has been the guest of hie cousin W. C. Bailey several days, returned home this afternoon. . . .Mrs. Ed Stout went to Logansport this afternoon to visit her folks.. Mrs. Minnie Panabaker of Logansporl jvho has been visiting Mrs. Martha Selbert about a week, returned home this afternoon. STOLE A 1IOESE And Attempted »o Burn a Ham—Crime on Hamilton IlelsfUt*. Mrs. Kimler who lives on Hamilton Heights had a horse stolen from the barn last night. The animal was missed about 1 o'clock, when the family returned home from shopping. The police were immediately notified. The animal was a bay mare, short tail and foretop cut off short. A lot of burned embers wore discovered near the barn door and It is thought that thesthleves attempted to burn the building. • .» . Henry Yoss, sexton at Mt. Hope cemetery. Is suffering from a broken rib and other painful though not so serious Injuries, received by him In a runaway and a fall from a wagon Thursday. Mr. Voss was hauling rubbish from the cemetery and was only a short distance from the enclosure when the accident occurred. Death of JIr«. i.lnequit»t. Mrs. Augusta Ltngquist. wife of S. M Llngqulst, died at 11:45 o'clock last night at her home, No. 120 Garden 'street. West Side. She was 59 years old and had resided here since 1870 Besides a husband she leaves two grown children to mourn her depar lure. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. lllchiel I'etlit Located. Michael Pettitt who left Loganeport about the time, H is Bald, he was to have been married to a lady of this city, has been located. He is reported to have oeen at the Soldiers' Home at Marion ever since he left here . TUe Auction Cl -ted. The New Fashion store was closed last night by the assignee. The fixtures are ior sale. The stock was sold out to such an extent that a continuance of the auction sale was not justified. A CtmlnB Weddmz. The marriage of F. W. Klein, the West Side grocer, and Miss Oa Bohn of Young America, is announced lor 9 a. m. Tuesday, at St. Joseph's Catholic church. The Rev, Father Koehne wiU perform the ceremony. Remembered Ttoelr Pantor. A donation party was given the Rev. Fryberger and family of Walton a few nights ago. and the gifts received •mounted to $30. T. P. A. Xotcw E2 Kels, a former T. P. A. and a member at one time of Post F. is quite ill at his residence on High street. Post F held a very enthusiastic meeting at their rooms last evening. Nominations were made of delegates for the State convention to be held at Indianapolis in May. The election of delegates from Post F will bo held at the next regular meeting. Joseph Kreis of this city has filled out an application for membership in the T. I?" A. Everybody is looking forward to the entertainment to bo given on Saturday evening. The arrangements are in the hands of a competent committee and a general good time may be anticipated. Post F has offered a box of T. P. A. 1 cigars to any one of its members that will procure the largest number of now applications before April 29th. This ought to develop a large sized hustle among the application getters in the Post. LITTLE LOCAL "Limited Mail" is the last show before Lent begins. Lent begins Wednesday next. The ••Limited Mail" is the last show. G. H. Foster and family are now located at No. 512 Melbourne avenue. Hiram Button of Sbullztown, fell from a wagon Friday and broke his wrist. The remains of Miss Anna McXally wore yesterday taken to Columbus, Ohio, for burial, Go to the opera house Tuesday night and see the "Limited Mull," the last show before Lent. George D. Schneider has sold his Sugar Grove dairy, and is preparing to return to Germany next May. Mrs. Rose Thompson received the gold watch given away by the Lyceum Dramatic Co. at the opera house last night. Six unfortunates were yesterday morning taken, after having slept at the jail ali night, and conducted by the police beyond the city limits. The regular monthly examination of teachers was held yesterday at the central school building. County Sup- erlntendtct Harvey Gardner was in charge. The pleasant home of William Shaffer of Tipton township was visited Friday evening by a jolly party of voung people, who passed several hours most pleasantly at dancing and games. Refreshments were served. Sylvester Cragan of Washington township, was injured Friday evening- while on his way homa from the city. The buggy was broken, and Mr. Cra- gan was dragged some distance before he could stop the horses. George W. Weyand, trustee of BOOQO township, and Solomon Clovls of Royal Center, bave formed a partnership in tbe furaUure and undertaking busioes;. Prof. G. N. Berry will ppeak at 3 o'clock in the R R. Y. M. C. A. rooms on "Tbe Reasonableness of • Cbrlstlaa Service. All men are in- vltod 10 hear him. - Tbe funeral of Mrs. EL!CD Woll.con- ducted by the Rev. Chas. B. Wellborn, occurred yesterday at 2 p. tn. from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. Lea Smith of Front street. Thomas Skelly was taken ia by Patrolman Surface and placed ia jail last night. Ha was charged with having been drunk and with disturbing the revival services at the U. B. church on the South Side. A.HU8EXKMS. D OljANN OPKKA HOUSE. S. B. PATTERSON, MAKAGER. 4th SEASON AND BETTER THAN EVER, TUESDAY, FEB. 26. Elmer E. Vance's Be.ih'stlc Railroad Comedy'Drama, TBE LIMITED MAIL. W.b the Wonderful B G fl T RIC E. A Four Act Excursion Into the Realms of KtalLsm and Hoojiince. The <nc supreme novelty Of a o>cade. Crowded with exciting incidents. Overdo*'Inc with surprises. ov«r with SEE Thefl'KhlortueT.Jniittxi Mall' TDK Tbrilllue Wreck ccene. Tbe Awe lDs|)lrlnc filoctrleal Effects. The Blood OirJIluc Saw Mill -cone. Tbe. deadly straggle at die le*er. The wonder.'uJ telegraph scene, and so bomo slnRinK lie praise of the greats Bie«Q»nlau play ever produced, jid\ f ance £nle oi/eiii: Wondaj rooming. ' Prices: fcalconj, 25; Parquet, 59; Circle "5. D YLAN'S OPERA HOUSE S, B. Patterson, Manasar. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, FEB. 28. and MARCS 1,2. and Saturday Matine ? . EQUINE PARADOX! Famous and Unequsled 24 Educated Horses 24 Do eyerrtblnc bnt talk. Renned, lutmctlTe Interesuni!, amu£li(! Enjoy*<i aud praised br over one mil ion persons. The only ent»-jtiiJJ- m-nt patronized by all elusion, and tbat bu neyet bad an unlavorable ci Itlclstn. Eve-iIne Trie's 25. 35 and 50c. Matinee pricM 2Sc. Cniidrenlac. g«aw on sale al JobnutoD'a brag Slaie.

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