Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 16, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 16, 1897
Page 21
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John gray's -**— CORNER Blankets, Comforts, Qfoves, Hosiery Cloaks, and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the new clasp. DQ YOU EAT MEAT? »»•»»«••••••»»»•»•••••*•»» UNLAWFUL UNION Henry Koopman, a Vandalia Section Man, Tbongbt to Escape the Charge of Incest by Marrying His Mece. Threatened with Arrest, He Leares Suddenly for Minnesota—A Sensational Case. Of course you do and you can buy the choicest cuts of Wm. Rowe. Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247. E. H. GRACE, D- D. S. DENTAL PARLOBS, 316 New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. & SHANAHAN. Btiyi and Soils Second Hand Goods. Olre u§ a caU. 209 6th stree Dr Ex- S- Hunt -DENTIST- All the latest discoveries in medicine an S pilances to relieve pain la extraction or nl r of teeth. Modern methods, modern prices All work guaranteed „ Office over John Gray's on Fourth utree • U Telephone No. 328. W. J. Bamett, 9uoce«ortoC.L.ffol. Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director 417 Market street. Calls attended day or night. The finest outfli in the U. S. Col. U. L. WoU, will remain with me. Office JO. Hesidence-Mutual osio. u. ie9. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO— P H. Wipperman, 1C*.Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance, Undertakers. _—— —^ 30S Market street, Hoppe Building:. Daniel Killian & Co. Culls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. Kllliiin was for many years foreman for Charlt s L. Woll. Telephone 281. DK. C. B. JEVKESOIB'S DEKTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store. Corner ofj Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. On October 26th. County Clerfc: Flynn issued a marriage license to Henry Koopman, a Vandaiia section man, aged 50, and Miss Sophia Elablahorst, aged 18. The conple then called at the office of Esquire Fender and that magistrate performed the ceremony. A week or so later Mrs. Koopman called unon Justice Fender again, but it appears that he had forgotten about her. She desired to tails with him privately, and after the door of the consultation room had been closed she inquired If it would be lawful for her to marry her mother's hair- brothers. "No!" declared the justice, with much emphasis," he is your uncle." "Yes, but we are married," replied Market Street.j the y° UD £ w ° man > apparently much astonished. "Who married you?" again inquired the justice. "Why, you did," declared the unlawful bride. Upon recovering from this second astonisher, Mr. Fender proceeded to further question the girl, and not only learned that the church to which the parties belong had objected to the union on account of their close relationship, bnt that the girl was in a delicate condition and Koopman was threatened with arrest upon the charge of incest. Upon becoming possessed of the above facts today a representative of the Pharos proceeded to investigate ihe case. Upon consulting the di- •ectory it was found that Henry Koopman lived at 531 Pratt street. Upon inquiry at that number the re- )orter was told thsit the Koopman outfit had removed to the corner of 3rown street and Linden avenue. •Sophia HaDiahorst-Koopman was 'ound occupying apartments on the .econd floor of Gustave Astmus' resl- lence. Upon being questioned sbe xplalned the situation in broken ferman. Koopman's father, who esides in Germany, married a second Ime and Sophia Habiahorst's mother, ,lso in Germany, is a child of that .nion. Koopman's wife died about our months ago, and his neice became Is housekeeper. After accomplishing he girl's ruin, the depraved old and Koopman is the onfyf relative she has in America. | But a short time in this country, she is now left to the cold charity of strangers, bereft of virtue and without means. An effort should be made to locate Koopman and punish him for this unnatural crime. INTERROGATION Of Indicted Prisoners Occurred in the Circuit Court Today. They flare all Been Provided with At- tornejs and Their Cases will be Called the Fifth Week. John MclDtosb, Joseph Brown (colored), Smith aod Evaos, Charles Van- dyneand Frank Brice, prisoners in the county jai), against whom Indictments were returned by the grand jury, were interrogated this morning by Judge Chase concerning their ability to employ attorneys to defend them when their cases are called for trial. John Mclntoah announced that he bad retained Lalry & Mahoney. Brown reported that he bad engaged George P. Chase; Smith and Evans had engaged J. T. Murphy, and as Brice and Van Dyne were not able to engage counsel the county attorney, Q. A. Myers was directed to appear for them. The arrest of Frank Brice occurred last evening. He was indicted upon the charge of attempting a criminal assault upon the young daughter of Mrs. John Blngaman, in a shed at the rear of Obenchain & Boyer's mill, ALL REGtTLAK. The Pharos was mistaken yesterday In the statement that a mistake Onr Shoes Fit' : Like gloves And they wear Like Iron. We treat o#r customers Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want i'our trade. Elias Winter. THE CHRSAXTBEMUM 8HO«. To Inaugurated at Masonic pie Tonight. Tern- had been made in the indictments returned by the grand jury against John Mclntosh. The first count In the first indict- meat charges Mclntosh with murder In the first degree, which Is punishable by death ur imprisonment for life. Upon the other counts and upon the second indictment he may be found guilty of manslaughter, punishable by imprisonment for life, or manslaughter, punishable by Imprisonment for from two to twenty-one years. A third and fourth'Indictment charges Mclntosh with assault with intent to murder meyer. Edward and Lucy Pott- HOUSE BREAKERS The chrysanthemum show to be given under the auspices of the ladies of the Eastern Star lodge will open tonight at Masonic temple and promises to surpas in every particular any former attempts, In that a much larger and choicer collection of plant have been secured. The room pre sents a handsome appearance and the booths are tastily arranged. In the center of the room is a large pyramid of choice chrysanthemums, palms and other plants. On the right of the entrance Is. the rose booth, at which is displayed some ol the choicest products of the florist. Next comes the chrysanthemum booth, where the beautiful fall queen is shown In all the beautiful colors and varieties. The carnation booth comes next, and the Tailor and Draper, DON'T MISS thisfopportunlty to order your Winter Overcoat. Yon will need It before«long. We have ouch a choice selection of fabrics, from the bMt woolen mills of the world, that we are making up into stylish and band- some overcoats, at such a reasonable price that we would like to take your measure at once. Our reputation for high grade custom work speaks for itself. Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St, lovers of this fragrant flower will be delighted at the handsome display made at this booth. The electric fountain will attract all visitors by its beautiful colors. Idiertised .Letter List. List of advertised letters remaining in the postoffice at Logansport for the week ending Nov. IS, 1897. GENTS . Mr. F. M. Lucas, Prank McQueen, Mr. B. F. Williams LADIES. Mrs. L Lues, Mrs. Eose Melrose, Lettie A. Stepp, Persons desiring to obtain any of these letters, will please say adver • tised. V. C. HANAWALT, P. M. BANKRUPT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Having bought the Walden Shoe stock at assignee sale, I will proceed to close out the entire, stock at prices you have read about,'but never came in contact with THIS IS NO FAKE SALE, f But the goods must be sold to meet deferred payments and I will sell these goods at just • = 1=3 Less Than Wholesale Cost -~- You cannot afford to miss this sale. If jou don't need them now, you will in a few days. Is there any IBTVESTMENT that will PAY YOU AS MUCH? This wholesale slaughter sale commenced Monday, November 8th. M. WALDEN. 315 Fourth^Street, Logansport, Ind. ADDITION4L ITEMS. Marvin Leonard of the Westslde is sick. coundrel attempted to make amends or the crime of incest by a union ith his victim. Fearful of arrest, e left the city last Wednesday for Minnesota, promising his unlawful ride that he would send for her just as soon as he found a desirable location. The girl's condition is deplorable. Her parents reside in Germany, At Work Last Night—Jacob Reed's Barher Shop Entered. Thieves effected an entrance into Jacob Reed's barber shop, located on Burlington avenue. Southslde, last night, by cutting a pane of glass from a window in the rear of the shop and then raising the window. They had their trouble for naught, as Mr. Eeed's custom is to take bis tools and money home with him each evening. St. Vincent Clinrch Bazaar, y Although^ the weather was' not good last nigbt the crowd at/the Bazaar filled tie hall aad ttie supper and entertainment were/well patronized. Tonight, "stand-ing room only" will cerf'ainly be Announced. Tonight the cake wtflk will take place, It will be put oXat 9 o'clock. Fornpff's orchestra will furnish the music. • A-fl are welcome. The celebrated land case from Fulton county is on trial in the Circuit court. 711 We should like to have you try Cleveland's baking powder, because we are sure that it will mean another customer for us. You have nothing to lose. Your grocer will give you your money back if you are not satisfied, Guarantee* Grocers are authorized to Jtfrt back your money it you flo not find Cleveland'* the beet baking powder yon have ever used. Cleveland Baking Powder C«.,H.Y. Amethyst rings—Ben Martin, Chrysanthemum show tonight. ents admission. 16 yard lonsdale, green ticket mus- Ifn for SI.00 at the Bee HJVe upbuild- ing sale tomorrow. '_/ When your store says sale.—You/ honor what that means, see large hand bills for prices.—The Beejaffve. See those fine all ! wool children's jackets, regular value $6 aflo r $7, for the balance of tie w^ek, $3.98.— Trade Palace. I/ Tee sudden change in the weather will bring' macy applications from "Wandering WHlies" for iodgicgs at the expense of the county. Part of the 15,000 stock of cloak/! just bought by our buyer 'at a ar'eat sacrifice will be on display tomorrow. Call and see them.—Goldujj-Rule., Twins and .troubles are aljlte in this—they never come slatflyt' It is much the same-with thex^ale of a good pair of Ellas Winter's shoes, one sale is sure to bkfjoHowed by another. Try them Notwithstanding the unpleasant weather of last evening, the Wheats land street M. E. bazaar at the rink was well attended. The spacious hall is very artistically decorated and ! the beautiful variety of flowers from Newby's adds much interest to the affair, A large crowd la expected J» be present this evening. / See the large band bills for prices, for The Bee Hive's upbullfltn? gale tomorrow. One :item large satin damask, or ia/an extra ch, all linen 'fringed or hemstitched towel, a 40c value for 25c. Joseph Barr, of Harrison township, has purchased the Charles Manderg property, corner of Colfaxand Matt streets, Southside, and is engaged today In removing his family therein. The ladies of the Baptist church will give a soclal]at the home^f Mr. Mrs. Charles Schrier, wfrner Linden avenue anij Elm ^reet, Westside, tomorrow/ (WejHtesday), afternoon and evenJne/Supper served fram 5 till 8, (^/cordial invitation, to all. The Weather. Fair, clearing, colder weather Is promised for Indiana for the next few days. The great rain storm has passed eastward and is centered over Ohio today. Extensive snow storms prevailed west of the Mississippi. The rains through this section DAT* done uncalculable good and a freezing weather does not begin too soon the wheat will get a splendid start, Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! To the People of Cass County. We would like to call your attention to the fact that we carry one of the -naost complete lines of Men's Boy's, and Children V Suits and OTercoats ever_ shown in Logansport, and if you think of buying winter clothing yon -will find it to your interest to visit the Broadway clothing store; We will be glad to show you our goods and qnote yon our prices. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. Call and see us. ^ . ^ . SAKTTEL S. ED. D. SELLERS... HJELVIB & SELXEBS. Cl»thier», 426 JBroadway. 426 Broadway. 426

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