Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 29, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 29, 1895
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We Can Save You Money We offer special inducements in Dress Goods and linings. Than Tab'e Linens in Turkey Red, German half bleached and genuine Irish } ir .en-grass bleached-at less than cost of importation. THE, TWO STOCKS, The "Star" o! Lafayette and Golden Rule. W, D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Rstall Dealers In FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 99. DAILY JOURNAL. CMOI In Which Matrimony nroURht About CompllcntionN. The two following cases would be difficult to surpass. One was in England, the other in Australia. Some time ago a marriage tool: place in Birmingham, which brought about a, very complicated state o£ family relations. Tho woman had been married three times before, and each time had taken for her husband a widower with children. Her fourth husband was a widower, and, as he had children by his first wife, who was herself a widow with children wlu-n he married her, tho newly married couple started their matrimonial companionship with a family composed of tho progeny of eight previous marriages. • Another curious ease was that of Dr. •King, of Adelaide, a widower, who married a Miss Norris. Shortly after the doctor's honeymoon the doctor's son married a sister of the doctor's wife, •Then a brother of tho doctor's wife married the doctor's daughter. In other words, the doctor's son became hia 'stepmother's brother-in-law, and tho 'doctor's daughter became her step- 'mother's sister-in-law. Tho doctor, by the marriage of his son to tho sister ol the doctor's wii'o, became fathcr-m-law to his sister-in-law, and the doctor's 'wife, by the marriage of her sister tc her ' stepson, became stepmother-m- law to her own sister. 13y the marriage of the brother of the doctor's wife to tho doctor's daughter, the doctor became father-in-law to his brother-in- law, and the doctor's wife became stepmother-in-law to her own brother. It is ian unsolved problem as to what relationship the children of the contracting! parties are to each other. , Blsm»rcV« Diplomacy. One day the Austrian embnssador to tho federal diet, Count Rechberg, received a dispatch instructing him tg vote with Prussia for a certain important measure, accompanied with a confidential letter directing him to induct', tho representatives of tho other Ger man states to vote against tho measurt and thus defeat it. In his haste h« handed tho wrong paper to Bismarck, who read and returned it with the remark: "There must be some mistake here." Rcehberg saw his blunder, and grew pale and excited. "Don't be disturbed," said Bismarck; "you did not Intend to give me this document, and therefore you have not given it to me, 'and I am wholly ignorant of its contents." In fact, he made no mention of it in his official reports, and thus won Rechbcrg's gratitude, besides having him henceforth "on the hip." Slow Work- . The late Prof. Hyrtl was very fond of animals. Some years ago one of his lellow professors undertook some experiments to ascertain tho loss of •weight in cases of starvation, using for the purpose a lot of rabbits. The subjects of the experiment were weighed every day, but to the professor's astonishment they gained flesh instead of losing 1 it. It was some time before he found out that Prof. Hyrtl had been keeping them well supplied with food, Tho OrlBlnal Thanlcuclvlng. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29. Zoa Phora brings health and happl ness. See the new ribbons, now at tho Trade Palace. J. G. Keep was at Chicago on business yesterday. Dr. Dutchess was in the city from Walton yesterday. For Kent—Two sleeping rooms. ID quire at this office. To maiden, wife or mother, Zoa t'hora ie a trusty friend. A world beater, our 49 cenflaua- dried waist—Trade Palace. Capes, capes, waists, waists, skirts, gklrts, by the thousands—Trade Palace. Judge Baldwin is improving his residence on the corner of Seventh and Market street. Special prices on silks for waists. Seo the new Pelisse silk for waists, 50 cents a yard—Trade Palace. Ministers' discount given on all goods this week at the Trade Palace. Largest stock and lowest prices. George Brown, the blind unfortun, ate, will loon be placed in a hospital, he having become violently insane. The stookholders of the King Drill Co. held an eleotion of officers yesterday afternoon and elected the present incumbents. Men's patent leather shoes, all styles, and as fine as any that are sold at $5 to|7, ai $2.98—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street. School will be held in the Burgman building, corner of Spear and Fifteenth streets, while the jagw_St- Vincent's schoui ii b.iog built. CH3 CD CZZU Qlhe work of making the excavation for the proposed Strecker-Taber four story brick block on Broadway, is being pushed rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Morrow have gone to housekeeping at the new residence of M. Sohneeberger, on aLlnden avenue, east of Sycamore street The kitchen store In the residence of J. Herz exploded yesteiday morning The cause of the explosion was not learned. The »tove was a total wreck. Special prices loathe rest ol the week for benefit of the strangers In our city at the Trade Palace—others have same chance. Come with the crowd. A horse belonging to Harrison Grant a carpenter ran away yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock- The horse was standing in front ol Uhl's mill In charge of a small boy and the carelessness of the bo; k in general and governor in chief in and caused him U> run and over his ma^sty's province of the horse was stopped by some parties on Massachusetts Bay." It was issued No- / Thlrd 3treet after breaking and cutting his front leg. The boy escaped without injury. Every woman should learn about Zoa Phora. That tired feeling, loss of appetite and nervous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sarsaparllla, which makes pure blood. Huntley-Blxby Comedy Co., the best 10, 20, 80 ehow on tbo road. Come early and often and see if you can't draw the set of furniture. A set of furniture given away on Saturday night by theHuntley Comedy Co , engagement next week. Advance sale for Monday begins Saturday morning. Come right along and do not let your neighbor get ahead and take advantage of low prices on capes, waists and eklrts this week at the Trade Palace. !>a»Hl of SI. C. Pettit. N. C. Pettit, a former resident of Logansport, well known here, died yesterday morning at his home in Mantlcello. His death was a sudden one. When In this city, fifteen years ago, Mr Pettit was highly respected, and at one time held the office of jus* tice of the peace. "The New Boy." A play that is hardly worthy of the capable handling it received at the hands of Frohmau's company last night, is -The New Boy." A small crowd saw the presentation. Will Get the Estate. The belrshlp of Minnie Stocks and Louisa Wtmlpy of Jefferson township, to the $260,000 Fageley estates in Pennsylvania, has been proved. The Rev. G. K. Morris will preach Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian church. Mothers of daughters should know Zoa Phora. MODEL 40. Price, $100, Weight 211-3 Pounds, . Columbia Model 40 is the finest ex ample of light and high-grade bicycle construction ever put ont for the general use of the great riding pub- lie. ~^ ' It has had devoted to it unstintingly the best efforts and the ripest ideas of an establishment whiokis universally recognized as leading the world in this industry, and having few equals .in mechanical and mercantile standing in any other branch of trade. W« warrant every Columbia bioy oletobefree from imperfections in material or manufacture, and agree with the purchaser to make good, oy repair or replacement, at o»r factory at any time within one year from the d*te of purchase, any defects not caused by misuse or neglect; provided that the factory serial num her on the machine be present in tact, aid that all defective parts be referred to us before the claim for repair or replacement is allowed. The production of a new model draws upon the resources of a group of designers and inventors whose perienoe and judgments are devoted solely to our requirements. Priaes $50, $60, $80 and- $10»- The place to buy a Columbia wheel isPil- Jiag's shoe house, 413 Broadway. YOUB SAME IK FRIST. tlenui of »; Personal;;ChuracttT Con- oernlujt .LogvnEiporterN and Their Friends, In the city yesterday: J. S. Baber of Warsaw. Noah Zeitrnan o! Mexico. J. G. Colter of Columbus. J. J. Askren of Lafayette. Thomas Little of Onward. C. J. Martin of Taorntown. F. A. Comparet of Kentland. J. C. Wecker of Crawfordsville. J. B. Williams of North Manchester. Jacob Laymang-ood of North Grove D. D. Fickle was at Galveston yesterday. Henry Huck Is visiting his mother in Peru. Bishop McCabe went to Indianapolis yesterday. Morris Talbott of Des Molnes, la., Is viaitinff in Log&nsport. John Uliery hag resumed his position with F. A. Dykeman. Mrs. Chas. MeKeen left for a visit at Terre Haute yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Stewart, of Elkhart, Ind., are in the oily. J. Scott Ludlum of Marion, is here this week attending conference. Attorney George W. Walters wan at Monticello yesterday on business. John Quinlan, tho tailor, has gone to Indianapolis to take a position. Miss Jessie Cummluga and brother Will, have returned from Chicago. D. A. Hauk returned from Peru yesterday accompanied by his brother. J. J. Stapleton is at St. Louis, and will there visit his son, Elihu Stapleton. Laland T. Powere, the Lyceum lecturer of Boston, was In the city yesterday. Mrs, Anna Wood came over yesterday from Marion to visit daring conference. President Reade of the Taylor UnU verslty at Upland, Grant county, Is In Logansport. M. M. Nelson left last night for Louisville, Ky., to join Walter L. Main's circus. J. L. Burton, a real estate man of Wlnamao, was hero yesterday calling on John M. Baker. W. S. Anderson of New Waverly, last night visited his brother, Al An« derson In the city. Valentine Reinhelmer of Dscatur, 111., is in town calling on friends. He was formerly of this city. Miss Marlon Treat of Chicago will be here today and will sing tonight at the Broadway M. E church. T. W. Smith was a guest of friends lor a fsw hours yesterday on his way home from Florida to Winam&o. Mrs. Elizabeth Davis and Mrs. A. 0. Mitchell of El wood, are visiting the family of J. A. Gardner this week. Charles Scbrler and wife went to Monticello yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Schrler's] father, N. C. Pettit. Weldon Webster, the Chicago attorney, came down yesterday to attend the funeral of hie nephew Webster MoMillen. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Stewart of Montpeller. Ohio, are visiting the the family ol James H. MoMillen on the West Side. M. J. Bllgh and Michael Zahlbaum are at Chicago buying fixtures for a sample room to be opened soon on Market street. Miss Helen Nelson, who has been attending Mrs. Sewall's olwsical school at Indianapolis, i« at home for the spring vacation. John H, Turner of Columbus, Ohio] Is visiting friends here. Mr. Turner has been located In a barber shop at Columbus for eight years. Mn. Bar. Sohofield and daughter of Hammond are visiting the family of John Gray. Eev. Schofield wa» a former pastor of the First Presbyterian church. • At the home of Mrs. R. H. Barcui are being entertained Mrs. H. H. Barous of.Fort Wayne, andMri. Goodyear, Mrs. Sprinsteed and Mrs. B»rr, of Bluffton. Charles Traut went to Chicago yesterday morning to purchwe his stock of groceries to be placed In hi* new grocery at the corner of Market and Pearl streets. He was acoompanlod by Henry Eberle, who will be employed by him. Peru Chronicle: Mr*. Dr. Landii of Cincinnati; Miss Kate - LandU of Logansport, and Charles B. Landls of the DelphlJournal. are gueite at the residence ol C. J- S. lumler. West Third street Miss Anna Mercer, who ha« been Tltltlng Mins Morgan at 708 We»t Tenth street, left today for her home in Loganiport. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft Hf\TS. All the leading makes, Beautiful Effects! New Styles! Popnlar Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BB SURB. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WALKER 6c RflUGH, Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. FRESH FISH! Tf you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNBY, TEUEPHONB 172. {. A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold - storage goods. W e drees and deliver without extra charge. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. SI* »«OADWA1 r . See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that hai vapor treatment for all Chronic Lang Troubles gits the remedies to the diseased spots and cures wh«* everything else fail.. Call ar-d investigate any w»y. It costs you nothing for consultation. Drs. Ciiristoptier & Longenecker, AtiTlie Medical and SuTfllcalllnstimte. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. Indj

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