Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 26, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 26, 1895
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New Spring Styles of Hats Arriving Daily at DBWBNTBR, THE HATTER and FURNISHER, READY .FOR SPRING, g were Lard then and money was scarce. They're better now, and woant.ipateabuHy season. Therefore W o have bought heavy r«d are prepare.1 for it. We have received .11 our 8 prm e jjood,, nd will be Rladto,show you the latest seleot.on of the haucl- ±elt spring Rood, ever shown In the city. The pnces are nominal, TUCKER &YOUNG, PEflRL STRBET TfllLORS. MONEY TO LOAN personal, Ken I KKtnto or Collateral Security. Any Amount. AnyTlmi!. E. B. Ovcrshincr, 3'-' 7 Fourth Street DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING-, FEB. 26. Drink McLin's Kolatorm. Io Mr. and Mrs. J. Horz, a son. YddWonal Local on Fourth Page. SllRhtly soiled shoes at Otto Kraus' » Z ont samplo shoo Bale. See price list. Dress cutticg and family sewing wanted by tho day. Address 2H Wheatland street. A number of Eastern Stars will goto Kokorno this evening to visit the same organization in that p'aco. Tbo universal verdict is Ihat, being slightly soiled, don't hurt, but the price la a roller—Otto's sample shoe sale. A quarryman named Murray was bo foro the Mayor yesterday on !i charge of intoxication. Ho promised norer to retura and wfis raleased'. When so many people are taking and deriving benefit from Hocd's Sar- saparllla, why don't you try it your- eolf? It 1" highly recommended.. A number of friends of Sam Smith of Clinton township agreeably surprised him Suoday evening. The occasion being his 25th birthday. A number of John TCtnlre's friends were Sunday entertained at dinner by that gentleman at his home on Linden avenue. It was hla 30th birthday. A motion for a now trial of the case of the State vs. Rlley Ellis was made by tho attorneys for thodefondant yes* terday, and tho argument on the motion will be finished today. Th3 funeral of Mrs. Augusta Llng- qulst will bo held at 2 p m from the English Lutheran church. The Rev. J. C. KautToian will conduct the services. Burial at Mt. Hope cemetery. The member* of the Junior Epworth Lsapueof the Broadway M. E church presented Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Norris, of that church, with a handsome sideboard Friday. It was a most pleasant surprise. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. DR; MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Crca m t/ Tartar Powdcr. Free Join Ammonia, Alum o. Any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. To Mr. and Mra. Georgo Keieer of the Wosl Side, a eon. A concert and social will bo held to night at tho A. M.E. church. To Mr. and Mra. Lewis Ross, of Noble township, a daughter. Wanted—Clothing salesman. Apply at Jobnston Hotel for M. Shonfiold. Now Is your chance for your alike and dresa goods at the Trade Palace. Tlrzah court, Tribe of Ben Hur, met last night and initiated new members, George Gonsor, late of Darlington, began work for I. N. Crawford yesterday. Choice of 80 designs of foreign dress patterns with all linings, at the Bee Hive. Wanted—Cashier, lady preferred. Apply at parlors o! Johnston Hotel for M. Sbonfield. Tipton Lodge F. & A. M., conferred tbe fellow craft degree on a number of candidates last night. John Bliss, county clurk, has purchased tbe Sherman farm of 160 acres In Booae township for $'2,500. At S a. m. today at St. Joseph's Catholic church will occur the wedding of Will F. KHno and Miss Ora Bohan. Harold, the nine year old son of W. Y. Higbee, fell from a bed yesterday morning at the borne on High street, and sustained a fracture of the left arm. A. W, Grelle, of this city, has finished models^of a patent sack fastener, the invention of A. B. Dowey, a farmer living near Macy. The fastener promises to come into general use. John Williams, a junk man, who left Logasport several months ago,was last Fri-lay arrested at St. Marys, Ohio, charged with grand larceny. He was bound over on the charge. There were thirty applicants last Saturday to take thtj examination for teachers' licenses. The average age of the thirty was about 21* years, and a score of those examined wore under 21. Mra. Charles Deer, who has a suit for damages pending- against the street railway company of this city, for alleged injuries, is said to be in a critical condition at her home on Linden avenue. Tonight the Paerless Skating Club's grand ball and banquet will occur Two hundred invitations have been issued for the dance, and there will be a large number to enjoy the feast at the Vendome restaurant. Ed. Kels, of High street, was operated on for appendicitis Sunday by Dr. E. M. Hatch, assisted by Dra. Cady, Powell and Betherlngton. At last reports the patient was resting easily and in a fair way to recover. The Gooa Templars will give a box social at the home of Miss Clema Cjoke, 1815 Market street, on Wednea. day evening, February 27. All Good Templars and their" friends are cordially invited and urged to attend. Those of our patrons x*ho are considering decorating tbeir houses would do well to consult Mr. DeHaven of the Logansport Wall Paper Co.. who is an accomplished workman and reliable, having executed some of tbe beat work in Indianapolis. TOOK NAME 15 PBEfT. Itenu or» P«i*on«l Charmettr C«M- cenlnx toiwiaporuw »nd Their Friends.- In the city yesterdaj: J, H. Smith of Blufltcm. J. N. Letch of Kokomq. D. N. Hurd of Converie.J A. L. Line of Vlncennei. •. Harry Frank, jr.. Of Flora. William C. Smith of J3«lpkL S. VT. Brad street of Rochester. Hamilton Ideals en route for Monticello. The flev. M. W. Nethercutt of On* ward, Frank Landls and Chas. Beahore of Marion. S. W. Rlzerand J. W. Dunham of BurnettBville. .....•'" D. D. Fickle was at Delphi yesterday. Edward Gates was in Delphi yesterday. W. H. Vllliers was at Peru Saturday. G;o. Harrison spent Sunday in Cincinnati, M. B. Lairy was at Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday. Ed DeWolf o! this city, was at Marion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth arc- visit. ing in Troy, Ohio. Chester Keoce ol Marlon was here yesterday on business- Mrs. Charles Gray has returned from Chicago after a visit. Miss Georgia Duke returned yesterday to her home at Kokomo. Edward Wolfe will leave next week to accept a position in Ciicigo. Mrs. Wjrlck of Butler is visiting nor mother, .Mrs. E. T. Steveis. The family o.' Jim Stewart are visiting relatives in Tipton township. G. W. Bottsof Covington, Ohio, is visiting his daughter Mrs. McMacken, Jake Huflan, of Elkhart. attended tho funeral of Jesse Vurpillatt yesterday. D. F. Hlnzie and family of Tipton township have removed to Greenville, Ohio. Mrs. Minnie Skiles of LaGrange 1» visiting her brothers, Dave and John Yonker, Edith Skinner returned yesterday morning from Peru, after a week's stay with friends. . '' ' Miss Millie Ana of Reynolds, Ind., is visiting with Miss Harriet Narzinski of this city. P. J. Howes weni to Indianapolis yesterday to take a position with Murphy, Hlbben & Co John Guard went to Camflea yesterday, called by tho serious illness 03 his father, the Rev. Guard. Bert Cunningham of Chicago is in the city submitting plans for tbe proposed new Masonic Temple. Miss Kale Ktssner of Chicago, who has been visiting friends in tho city left for Ruffalo, N, Y. yesterday. Mrs. John E. Erwin and Miss Josle Ferrell are at Muacie, to attend the funeral of Mrs. John Grelaheimer. Miss Fannie Crawford went to Laf« ayette with Miss Maude Miller when that lady returned from a visit in the city. Mlsa Kate White, the instructor In art, will not go South as she intended, but will organize a class in Logansport. Miss Ray Diamondstone has. returned to her home at Watseka, 111., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. M. Barnard. Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Greely went to Cincinnati Sunday morning in answer to a summons to the sick bed of Mr. Greely's father. Miss Millie Goebel, of Marietta, Ohio, who has been the guest ol Miss Nellie Ssevens left for Sandusky, Ohio, yesterday. Capt. Walter Thomas went to hie old home at Connersville yesterday mornloK on business. He will be gone about two weeks. "Now, Gen'ral, you're posted; come, give .us your views. In a brush at the front what's the powder to use?" He winked' at a star a* he pufled bis cigar, And slowly replied, "in a brush at the front I never use powder, All peraone knowing 1 themselves indebted to H. B. Kennedy will please all ai the offioe.of Fansler &Mahooey and settle. M. F. MABOXEV. Assignee, for H B. Kennedy. St. Joseph's congregation gave a social last evening at their hall on Second street. A large number were In attendance, and a delightful even. ing was spent by all. , . GREAT SAVING BANK! Sample shoes from Boston; Philadelphia samples;samples from Cincinnati; Cleveland contributes; Chicago. Buffalo and Ports'^ mouth. Thousands saved— start a SavingsBank— and receive an everlasting remembrance fromlOttoKraus'sSam- ple Shoe Sa!e. ^_ New price list next issus. New samples arriving daily. 8.000 sample pairs. Thous^ ands for your NEW SAVINGS BANK. OTTO KRfMJS, Great Shoe Sale! BROKE THE RECORD. ROBBERS AT JiEW WAYEHLY. A Xosa"* t P or * Merchant Honored B» tlie Only 3l«n Who Ever Paid Uark Excessive Insurance Money. Saturday Night Review: There Js hanging In the directors' room of one of the great insurance companies of the country, a finely executed portrait of a Logansport merchant, under which is a simple legend settiag forth tbe faot that to that man belongs the unique honor of being the only person who ever paid back a cent of insurance money. This is a noteworthy incident. Tho gentleman who thus shattered all precedents in the Insurance business, 1 some time ago, suffered a loss in his store by flre which destroyed the window display and shattered the glass, Tbo insurance adjusters affixed the loss in due form and the insurance was promptly paid. In repairing bis loss, the merchant discovered that the loes had been adjusted too high and that he had been paid in excess of the actual damage, and contrary to all precedent and cue- torn heretofore existing la insurance circle', remitted the excess to the company, which, to honor this rare act of commercial honesty, secured theportraltof tho gentleman, which hangs, as above staled, in a position of honor in tbe company's offiie. Tho Modern Inr dli<l Has tables medicinally, in keeping with other luxuries. A remedy must be pleasantly acceptable in form, purely whole60n.o in composition, truly beneficial in effect and entirely free from every objectionable quality. If really ill he consults a physician; if constipated be uses the gentle amily laxative Syrup o! Figs. For Sate. The New Fashion store delivery wagon, one large safe, a number of first-class show cases and other fixtures. Call at the offi;e of Fansler & Mahoney and secure a bargain. M- F. MAHOJTEY, Assignee, lor H. B. Kennedy. Left for Hl« J*o«t. Lieut. S. M. Landry came in yesterday from Washington, D. C., and left last night for Detroit, Mich., to report for duty as assistant inspector for the 9th and 10th life saving districts. Allowed i he roll Amonnt. The loss on Jos. Grace & Co's. stock of clothing recently damaged by fire, has been adjusted, and found to have been |6,000. the full amount of the insurance. Mrs. Dr. Canfie:d, oculist, will be at; 430 North trteet, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26:h and 27ih. ««l l"0 WalMWh Stiudny I'oncr'i* c.rcccry Station \icln. Tae village of New Waverly, In Miami townshijj^has been visited by bold robbers a cumber of times recently, aoc tho citizens will take msae- ures to protect themselves in future. Following on the heels of the looting of the Masonic temple at that hamlet comes the report of a double burglary Sunday night. Porter's grocery was entered first and a numOcr of things taken. Liter an attack was made on the \V Abash depot, an entrance was gained by a window, acd tho money drawer was emptied. A truak was also broken open and ••touched" for several articles. The work is supposed to have been dene by tramps. Part of tbe propcrtj taken a week ago f.-om tho Masonic temple has been found. A WeddliiZ Announced. The wedding of' MUo Ford and Miss Jennie Keiser is announced for next Thursday night at the home of Miss Keiser, No 124 Canal street. The Rav. H- J. Norris will perform the ceremony. The prospective bride Is a well known and very popular young lady. Mr. Ford was forme -ly an instructor at Hall's business college, but is now a fireman on tbe Pan Hacdle railway .tlott-Jtliodc*. A quiet wedding occurred last night at 8:30 o'clock at the parsonage of the B.-oadwav M- E. church, the Rev. H. J Norris officiating and only a sma.ll cumber of friends being present. Pnineas E Mott and Miss Mary A. Rhodes were linked for life and went to housekeeping at once at No. 315 Fourth street. Dcatb of Mm. T *. BrocKman. Mrs T S Brockman died Sunday, ased 33 years, at the home, No. 214 Eighth street. The deceased was the wife of Pao Handle conductor Brockman, and was a mosj estimable lady. Tho funeral will occur today at 2 p. m , from the Ninth street Christian church, the Rev. T- S. Freeman officia. ting. Klfe-XelJI. George A. Rife, an agent for the Adams Expreta company running between Logansport and Chicago, and Miss Funcbon Neill of the Souih Side, were joined in marriage at 8 o'clock last night at tbe parsonage of the Broadway M. E. church by the Rev. H. J. Norrii. Telephone Tulk. : ;;.; The Harrison Telephone company ,•; still contemplates putting in a plant la ' this city. A gentleman from Lafay •" ette in a recent conversation with » ;'•Logansport gentleman, said that there •• were 576 Harrison telephones in use at •.; Lafayette, an increase of almost 200. . since tbs plant begun operations. ,. The Sell company Is now offering tat .;'•'> ephones at $18 a jear for buslneM •'; rooms and $12 a year for resldenceifc :,; The Harrison company's rale Is |36'* ; /• year for business rooms and f!8 a year•'••;•', for houses. At Ft. Wayne tbe HarriU l\ son company claims to have 700 sub- v scribers. . --: A Hsli' ami HnpprOlJ AsO May be insured to ladles using Zo»- ,. Pr.ora at the critical period of changa '•; of Ufa. Sold by B. F, KeeslioR an*',.,-. Couleon & Co. AJUJSliJIKXTh. D OLAN* OFKRA HOUSE. S. B. PATTERSON, MAJiAGJSR. 4th SEASON AND BETTER TIIAN EVZB, Wanted—Lady cibhler »t the New York Bantrupi Co. Apply between 10 a m., a'.d 12 a. m. Ask for Manager M. G. ShonQald. TUESDAY, FEB. 26. Elmer E. Vance's BcalLsUc Railroad Comedy Drama, ". ' TBE LIMITED MAIL Wl.b tbe Wonderful A Four Act Excursion Into '.he Bcalius ot .• Kcallsin and Hou,a!ic«. The ore supreme novelty of a d'eulu. ' Crowdwl will) exiting Incldeuts. Overflowing KUUiuri'riws over \vl.h merriment. . SEE TJicfl'cht of tlir; 'Limited Mall ' Tbe Thrilling Wrrck -cene. Tbe Awe lEKP'rl'ie r.lccirlwil KfTectfc .: ; Tbe Blood Caroline Saw JI'll -ccoe. ,' Tbedeadiy stiu*;le at the lever. V, Tbe wonderiul telegraph scene. ;tiid 140 DO"*:':; slrtKiiiK -be pnilse ot ttc lyeurwt mceaauldl . { play ever produced. ... ;j_ Advance sale oi/^ns Mondnj morning. . t" Prices: E;ilcony, 25; Parquet, 50; Circle 75. . '..'•;•: D OLAN'S OPERA HOCSK ;•; S. B. Patterson, Manager. .-;.•" Tnursdry, Friday and Saturflaw! FEB. 28. and MARCH 1,2. j^ and Saturday Matinee. ;^ EQUINE Famous and ITneQaaJtd •:.•.$ 24 Educated Horses '24 : | Do *wrj tiling hot talk. Beflned. ln.tmeth«i& Interesting. aicusl:i(! E'ljoyrt a id pr.iteed-.WS over one mlldo'i psr-o-u. tie oily i-nMct m^nt pfUronl**! by «ll elm—, .iml t.at never bad an oaTavorable c. ia.-J»m. ' Eveime prlc-s 25. 33 and 53c. Matinee prl 2'x. CnlldrenlSc. . , .- ; .;.y\; l '- I.':,' Sea;j on sale al Jiboston's &mj St«ie. " -'.-y?

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