Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 7, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 7, 1895
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BUY THEELCIHSHIRT THC-BEST-EVER-PRODUCEO-FOR PERFECT-FITTING- GOAftflHTHiDWAMSUTTfl Mi/StlN flMD E>IGHT&&N HUNDR&D klNEK DEWENTER, The Hatter and Furnisher Save This Coupon No extra charge for it, but it is valuable. It bares our names, and that will remind you of tho necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with-a nominal sum of money at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest suit of clothes that ever aclornedjour body. TUCKER & YOUNG, THE, PEflRL STRBET TfllLORS. MONEY TO LOAN! On Jlortsw Securltyjit'fl, 7 anil 8 per cent. 3IOXEY TO LOAN. On YOIIKII'KCS Security amlensj.Wonthly puj- merits. Consult J. T. COCKBTJRN. IHoonm 2 and a Spry Building. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between Oth and Gth street, Will be sold on reasonable terras. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. EEAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE- 1.0AN9 NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFER, HO Broadway. Over Huult'3 Jewelry Store. NEW HAEKESS SHOP. I have moved uiy harness and saddlery shop to G2G Twelfth street, •wr re 1 will turn out the best goods for -.e least money. 6k), W. POSTER, FIVE YEARS FOR BIGAMY. Frank XlcZVamar, Who !!«• n Wife Here «ud One lit Nile*. Mlcb . 18 Sentenced. A dispatch from Laporte, Ind., says: Frank MoNamar, of Dayton, Ohio, was found guilty of bigamy today In the circuit court of St. Joseph and received a sentence of five years at hard labor in the Jackson penitentiary. McNamar'a first wife lives at Logansport, and the day following his marriage to Miss Nagel, a young society woman of Niles, he was confronted by his first wife. It Is alleged that McNamar has still another wife, and an elTort is now being made to locate her. DAILY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 7 MoKeen's atoamlaundry—good work « a Easter bonnot call on Mlse Cummings. Once tried always ueed, Ben Fisber's baking powder and extract of vanilla Now curtains and draperies just opened at tho Trade Palace. Lace curtains for S3 cents a pair. Easter Milllno -y—Go where you will have the largest stock In city to select from—Spry's, Broadway and Pearl streets. This week for your bargains at the Trade Palaoo In gloves, mltte, laces, rlbbona and collars. Lsarn the low prices. When so many people are taking and deriving benefit from-Bocd'a Sarsaparilla, why don't you try ityour- •olf ? It ia highly recommended. Wanted—A ..good, girl for general house work. ;No washing, ccod wages. Must come with good recommendations. Call at No. 216 Eighth St. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. •DHL ^ CREAM •BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. •A pact Gfipt Qwm t r Tartar Powder. Fr« ,*ora Ammonia. Alumo. wy other adulterant 1 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, JEjec tin cut C'uie CompromlMFd. The ejectment suit oJ Mrs. Elenor Coin against Loonidas Coin was set for trial before Justice Haas of Tipton totvnphip yesterday morning. After tbe parties had assembled for the trial tho case was cimpromiaed by the plaintltV and defendant paying, respectively the [costs they had made in the suit, and allowing the defendant to remain in possession of tho farm under a written lease expiring Sspt. 20, 1895. George Gamble appeared for tho plaintiff and Hon. Rufus Mogeo for the defendant. The coming of Sousa's Concert Band is an event of more than common Interest. John Philip Sousa is without a superior anywhere as a military band leader and composer.' Besides several triumphant concert tours throughout the country, his band has figured as the successor of Gilmore 'at tho World's Fair, Manhattan Beach, 'and 1 at the St. Louis' Exposition. Hear this delightful music at tbe opera house next Tuesday night, April 9. 1'lit) Evolution Of medicinal agents is. gradually relegating the old-time herbs pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figsi, To f g'et tbe true remedy soe lhat Is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale byall loading druggists. Membors.of the,Market street M. E. church to the number of half a hundred, called Friday night at the par- aonago to offer their congratulations to tho Rev. W. R. Wones upon bis return to his flock. A number of-, valuable presents were made by the callers. .' ; '. . I" "; A.Strret Flclit. - x Frank Brico and an unknown man\ had a dispute on Fourth street about 10:30 last night, and the crowd inter" f erred to prevent' Brioe inflicting seri- ovs injury to his opponent, whom he' knocked down and kicked repeatedly. ^~~~ ' • ^ All Four Received Jail Senteaccn. ••Teddy" Sullivan and James Boaoh, were each given twenty days in jail by the Mayor yesterday. Minnie Williams and. ; footsie" Peak were sent over for fifteen days. 6all-0alley. Win. Gsll, the aeronaut and'printer was married last Monday at Frankfort to Miss Laura Bailey. . YOUB NAME IN PBIHT. Itena of m. Person»i:CU«r»cte» Con ,Log»n»port«ni and 1'helr Friends. In the city yesterday: Chag. M. Wey of Peru. . Joseph Albert of Burro w». Samuel Fisher of Kokomo. Herbert Dlckson of Chicago, T. J. WinlngB of Plymouth. . . M. T. Oliver of Adamsboro. v. Grant Brown of West Liberty. ' Simon J. Carroll of Royal Center, Mrs. 0. L. Grdwell of Royal Center Misses Anna Ba'kenia, EmmaPma .Gussie Morue. Ella Elllngec and Alll Koonee of Lafayette. . . • .... A. H. Thomas, O. C; ROBS. E. B Hyde, H. C. LaFollette, Dwigh Gerberand J. J/Flather,,.of Purdue University, Lafayette. Ed Long Is here from Indianapolis Dr. Truax is at Anderson on bcsl ness. . •.-.',".. Bert Ammons is at Gas City visiting friends. Will Wilkln in at Lafayette to spend Sunday. John Brown is back after a visit in Michigan. Ike Oppenheim left for Cincinnat last night. Chas. Dunklebarg will spend Sumlay In Lafayette. Theo, Sample returned yesterday from English Lake. Mrs. E. Bucher and son Carl, are at Lafayette for a visit. j. Mies Ora Sala Is home from Indianapolis for a tew days. C, 0. Fenton and wife are at Wln- amao visiting relatives, •; George W. Cookburn has gone to Cincinnati on business. W. C. Loree of Indianapolis will spend Sunday in the city. Al Dudley has returned from here to JNorth Judson after a visit. Miss Kate Fornoff of Terre Haute, is visiting here for a few days. . J. H. Styles of Wllmar, Minn,, here the guest of Robert Klstler. George R. Long of Crown Point, here to spend. Sunday with friends. . Mrs, Perry Keesllng has been called to Peru by the sickness of her mother. George Lucy has returned from Chloago where he had been on busl. ness. The Misses Kerlins of Delphi, are spending Sunday with Mrs. John R. Moore. Bruce Ido and Sam Shaver have returned from English Lake with a loud of game. Wm. P.Thornton went to Chicago yesterday after a visit with his father in the city. J, C. Howe came home yesterday from Navajo, Arl/.ona, where he has a cattle ranch. Mlsa Ruth Ash of Winamao has been tbe guest of Logansport friends for several days. . ( 1 Homer Kessler and family, who have been visiting' .at Anderson, returned yesterday. Miss Lillian Noel of 319 Sixth street, has been ill at her home the past week wlth'lagrippe.' Mrs. Rachel.Teeple has been called hero from Deoatur, Ind., by the sickness of her daughter-in-law. 1 Dr. David Rodgers of New Mexico, son of our former townsman, Alex Rodgers, Is visiting in the city. ' ^ J. B Stanley came home yesterday from Hebron, Ind., where he had been conducting a temperance revival. Mr B Jacob Hersberger, who has for six weeks beon at Meyerstown, Pa , was expected to return last night. : MiasMame Torr and Miss Maine Forman are home for a few days' vacation from Coates' College, Terre Haute. Select Your Is la C From a full stock. We? know you all enjoys ife^ Besides the econometric re's in it. . f <. „ ; The only complete line of Boys', Misses' and Ciiildren's ShoesF $ A glance into our Window or a visit to our~ 2d floor will satisfy tne intending purchaser of MEN'S SHOES superiority of our line. Never before so complete. Respectfully, OTTO KRAUS. oburch today. He will'be" the guest of Mr. and "Mrs. 3. T. McConnett over Sunday and expects to remoTe with his family to LoganBporl next week Supt. W. D..Weaver of the Marion public schools, was in the city yesterday on his way from South Becd where he attended tbe meeting- of the Teachers' 'Association. ; ' ADDIT1O.VAL ITEMS. John Meek has re moved to the I. N. Crawford building. A bicycle given away by Jesse Paugh went to Ben Fisher. Miss Jennie Washburn has been commissioned a notary public. / James F. Burge and Laura A. Free*, man have been licensed to wed. Francis Martin is preparing to build a new residence on Pratt street. James Snyder will engage in the retail, liquor business at Dunkirk. Thomas Foeter of the North Side, has a severe attack of erysipelas. J. Freeman of Chloago has located lere, taking a , position with A. P. riynn.,,. •- , • • Mlas Lillian . Noel of North Sixth treet, has been ill for a week with la Mrs. W. H Clayton of Marion, returned yesterday to her home at that w ^ t jj -twenty 'day limit! will be sold ~ r *i_ i tC * —'Jt I O,V. Jl»,rl £fUVl /T.Am city after a visit with Logansport relatives. • Prof. J. S. Bergen and Russell K. Bedgood of Lafayette were here yesterday between trains, the guests of friends. • : Mrs. Jerry Clewell and daughter find Mrs. Rotit. G-reea returned yesterday morning from a, short visit to Chicago. The Misses Allle and Deasie 'Moore 'of Huntingtotv who have been visiting •jtb.e family of W. T. Glffs returned 'home yesterday. • • " Miss Daisy Quick returned to her home in Kokomo, yesterday . after & -few days visit with Miss Nellie More•do 3k of the West Side. The Rev. J, F. Carney of Muncle. Is here to fill the pu' pit of, the Key Z S. Guthrle of the Dnlveraallst church Th« Utter la to apeak to the Muncle Rev. H. A, Perolral of Ml«h»iraka, is here to enter upon hi* pastoraV duties at the Broadway Frwbytertair Dan Waggaman 'of Walton had two Bngers cut oH while butchering one lay recently. A eon of Elmer Parker of the East !nd, bad a foot injured by being run iver yesterday. Wprk'win be begun tomorrow on he improvement of Judge Dylceman's uilding opposite tbe court house. A divorce was yesterday grantoJ 'earl Brown from Chas. S Brown. 'he Browne live on tbe North Side. John Wilde of Clay township, has a ock of sixteen sheep, from which wenty-flve lambs have sprung this) prlng; Mrs. N. Giilman of Richmond has ean sick for over a week at the home f her daugnter, Mrs. Ruth Forest in tie city. , W. C. Routh's horse attached to a ig'ht buggy, had 'a quiet little runway on its own hook yesterday. The aruess was "broken. The Rev. H. J. Norris joined in marriage Friday nigbt (Jbarlaa Chapman, the painter and Miss. Ollie Perkins of Taylor street. Cut prices commencing April S;h: White shirts, starched bosoms, S cents. Cuffs per pair, 4 cents. Collars, 2 cents—Lee Wah Sing, 3d street. • Preparations are on foot already at Burlington, for the. observance of Decoration day. The\G. A, R. post at that town have' secured tbe Rev. Me- 'Nealy of Peru, to make .the Memorial day oration. He will speak at Burlington in the'morning and at Sharon in the afternoon.- Not Samples! ;j Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WALKER 6c Rf\UGH. Where quality is our firs^t object at prices to> make them GO. \ Horoc-SecKer*' Bxcnrslona-Sontli and Suutheatit via Pennsylvania Hii '». Special low rate excursion tickets " ' March 6th, Ap ; ril 2d\ and 30th, from ticket stations ion 'the Pennsylvania Lioee to points 'in Alabamla, Florida, Georglai Kentucky; Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina. South Carolina. Tennessee and;; Virginia. .For details, apply to nearest iPaunsylvacia Line Ticket Agent, or address F. Van Dusen, "Chief Assistant General 'Passenger Agent, Pittsbuag. Pa, . Vandalla Line . KxenrMion*. On April 2 and 30, 1895. home seeker's excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to 'various points' in tbe South Aod Southwest. . For rales, limit stop- nier prlvilgea, etc . apply to .„. J. C. EDGEWOKTH, Agt.. ^ : - Loganaport, Ind. ', •• A Jlwi of Proiperitj Depend* largely on the 'health of his wlfe t She ihould maintain her health and promptly correct any weakness by Sold by B. S. Keei& Co. . Tf you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNBY, -TELEPHONED 172.- A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. W e dress and .deliver without extra charge. MOTHERS! If you want to dress your little ones in Up To-Date Clothing see my line of Combination Reefer, Junior and Jersey Suits. They never been equaled in Logansport. JOS G GRAGR 426 BROADWAY, For Fine You will find the Journal Job , ; ' ... : Rooms unsurpassed. . . LETTER MBflDS .INVITflTIONS „ NOTE;HE«DS, 'PROGRAMS, ! . STATEMENTS, ' GrtRDS, ', ENVELOPES fl SPECIALTY. You get our fijgures and we'll£do , the work. Do not fail to call .on the JOURNAL for i

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