Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 10, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 10, 1895
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Tta-BEST'EVER-PRODUCEO-FOR Thc-MOHEY- PERFECT-FITTING GUARWrr&H) YfoMSUTTfl Ml/3UN flW BlGHTE&M HUNDR6D kHEH RtiALtby ONLY -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 the 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 adorneclyour body. TUCKER&YOUNG, . THE, PEflRL STREET TttlLORS. EEAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. A.OAN8 NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFBR, 410 Brondwuy. Over Hnuk's Jewelry Store. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 10 MoKeon's s team laundry—Rood work Pure Jersey aeed sweet potatoes at Foley's, New lacoB, new veilings and new kid gloves—Trade Palace. Don'i clone your ice contracts untill you see John Baker's canvassers. The Rev. T. S. Guthrle who was at Muncie Sunday, returned home yesterday. Grand display of ospoa Thursday. AU (jooda delivered if satisfactory— Trade Palace. Ben Flaher, the druggist, has the Agency for Munyon'a remedies. A full line always on hand. Special prices thia week on black dress goods at the Trade Palace. Kid gloves for evarybody. To have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood Is to take Hood's Sarsaparila. Cut prices commencing April 8th: Jte shirts, starched bosoms, S cents. per pair. 4 cents. Collars, 2 Us—Lee Wah Slop, 3d street. The Supreme Court has reversed the case of the P. C. & St. L. R R. Co. vs. William Sullivan appealed from this county, Judge Jordan rendering the decision. The city is now supply about 800 incandescent burners and the orders are Btlll coming In. The revenue from these burners Is about $5 000 annually. Twenty-five hundred lights will give a revenue- of $12,OCO annually which will pay all the oper- atlng expenses of the plant giving the .oitythe 158 street lights free, a pain of 08 liehts over the old system and a saving $10,000 annually to the city. ,Thls plant has been put In without •bonded debt and at the same time city orders have been brought up to 98 cents, a most remarkable business showing entitling the council and city officers to highest praise. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. DR; •BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. 4pu»Gr»peO«»mc'TartarPowder. Free - : torn Ammonia, Alum o> nny othei adulterant *". . - 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. TWO 3CJ1TS IN ONE. Robert Konlc and Wife Combine on u Salt Ae*l»Ht Sol JI*rne«w for 99.00O. Robert Ronk. through his attorneys, Fansler & Mahonoy, demands $4,000 damages of Solomon Harness.' The complaint was filed yesterday. In one paragraph of the complaint Mrs. Ronk makes a $5,000 demand, the total being $9,000. Ootober 3rd, 1894, on the Jacob Harness farm In Deer Creek township, It is charged, occurred a fight or quarrel for possession, between Solomon Ronk and others, and in the complaint It Is alleged, that Mrs. Ronk was frightened by the violent threats and actions of the defendant, Sol Harness, and tho result was such as to cause bar much bodily and mental distress. Robert Ronk asks for $4.000 for the alleged loss of bia wife's services, and Mra. Ronk demands for her alleged Injuries, $5,000. Tho defendant is a son of Jacob Harness. Or Wonderful Value. »n(l Frco. Tired bodies, pale and sunken cheeks, haggard eyes, sleepless nights and weak nerves, are ruining our lives and killing our people. No wonder these poor sulTerers bless Dr. Greene for his groat offer. He ia the most sue. cessful specialist in curing nervous and chronic disenses, and the discoverer of that wonderful medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nsrve remedy. He has established ;i system of letter correspondence at his office, 35 West 14th street, New York Oily, by which :ill can write him about their complaints, and by mentioning the iymptoms they suffer from and telling him how they feel, they will receive an answer from him free of charge, giving a complete description of their case and telling just what ails them. He gives most careful attention to every letter, tells just what to do to be cured perfectly and permanently, and makes all understand exactly what their complaint is. And all this costs nothing. No journey to the city, no doctor's fees, the best medical advice •nd consultation in the world End nothing to pay. Tho Doctor makes a specialty of treating patients through letter correspondence, and it is sue- cesaful. Write him at once, reader, and you will almost certainly bo made strong and well. The Krolntlon Of medicinal agents is gradually relegating tho old-timo herbs pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the roar and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To net the true remedy see that is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For gale by all leading druggists. Notice. I want the people to distinctly understand that I am the sole proprietor of tho grocery'business conducted In my name and have no connection ini any way with any other firm. I am here to sell goods at the lowest figures oon»litent with clean, first-olaia goods Reipeotfully, Cauuxs W. TBAI;T. Corner of Pearl and Market Sts. TOUR NAME IN PRINT. Ktm« of • personal Character Con terming JLoK»nsporter»>nd. Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: C. P. Rice of Frankfort. A,. E. Davis of Gouhen. Henry Fltzer of Burrows. I. H. Hufftn»D of Marion. G. B. Davis of Galveston. \ T. W. Patty of Kewanna. James Kellen of Kentland... Samuel Fischer of Kokomo. E. E. Rhoades of Fort Wayne. G. W. Robblns of Winchester. Nott N. Autrlm and A. M. Dukeg 0 Peru. Ike Baer is visiting at Peru. E. F. Keller was In Peru yesterday H. A. Brown is at Zanesvllle, Ohio George Kietler was at Delphi on business yesterday. Marry G. Tucker was yesterday at Chicago on business. Madison Carter has gone to Detroit, Mich., to take a position. Mies Emma Schubeck of Marion, is visiting friends in the city. Jos. Martin of Parke county, was In town yesterday on business. Newton K.ldmore has taken a chair in Frank Carter's barber shop. Miss Addle Weygand is home from Greencastle on a short vacation. Chas. Ferguson Is b&ck from Richmond after a short business visit. Mrs, Julia Ray of Rockfleld is visit. ing the family of A. M. Hawkins. . Misses May and Abble Howe are aome from school on a short visit. Mrs. W. S. Newhall and son of Toledo are visiting friends in tho city. Mies Ida Ferguson is here from Chisago and the musical college for a short time. Andrew Voorhees has returned from Marlon to take a place with Martin MoHale. L. Mirkel of Cincinnati, called on Logansport friends yesterday on his way to Chicago. John Norton of the West Side, went to Montloello yesterday to visit a elster who is ill. Mrs. Wm. Grlsley has gone to Indianapolis, called by the reported lllnpiss of her sister. Two Delphi citizens, Joe Schrader Ben Maxwell, were yesterday in the city visiting friends. J. J, Todd of Bluffton, the newly appointed trustee of Long Cliff, Is a guest of J. W. Jenks. Mrs. Thos. Miller and son Fred were at Peru yesterday, the guests of Mr. and Mra. Michael Wolf. MlBS Nellie Moore has returned to the city from Tipton, where she vis- [ted her slater, Myla Moore. Mrs. Perry Keesliog has returned [rom Peru, where sbe was called to attend her mother who was seriously ill, Benj. Wellock was here yesterday on his way from Lafayette to the Soldiers' Home at Marion, of which je Is a member. Mrs. D. B. Sweetser and daughter, Mrs. T. W. Si"ezey and Mrs. R. E. Breed, were here last night from Vlarlon to attend the Sousa concert, Misses Beatrice Hall and Meta Steele and Messrs. Harry Updegraff and John O. Wilson of Marion were here last night to hear Sousa'e band. Dr. J. W. Ballard was yesterday lalled to tho home of Mrs. George jVolverton, near llouticello, by the announcement that She was seriously dck. John King, re-presenting the Corner Bridge company, is here for the purpose of giving nn expert's opinion as ;o the safety of the Market street bridge Kokomo Dispatch: Will R. Small, associate editor of that bright and Mquant sheet, the Logansport Satur- lay night Review, and Bert Van Voris of Monticello, were in the city Sunday visiting friends. The following society people, ot Harion were in a parly that came over _ast night to hear the Sousa concert: klra. Minnie Gray, chaperone; Misses dame Tanaey, Ana Brownlee, Grace Carpenter and Laura Wilson. Messrs. J. 0 Allen, Fred M. Sweetser, Ei B Itntth, Lora A. Lillard and Chaa. Jeshore. PeruCh-onlcle: S S.Gilbert, who employed in Logansport, spent Sun. day in the city with his family disa Daisy Saves returned from a visit ,t Logansport today V. Q. Irvin returned from a business trip at Lo- [ansport today John A.' Wlihelm ind wife were the gueita of friends at gansport, Sunday. ; Pern Journal: George Graf wt» up rom Logansport yesterday, to visit his tarenU and frlenii Ike Baer wai tome from Logan sport laat night vl«- tlng his mother.... Charley Baker Select Your From a full stock. We know you all enjoy it. Besides the economy there's in it. Tfie only complete line of Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes! A glance into our Window or a visit to our 2d floor will satisfy the intending purchaser of MEN'S SHOES of the superiority of our line. Never before so complete. Respectfully, OTTO KRAUS was up from Logansport last evening visiting friends E. L. Meek and C. E. Merlott of Logansport, were in the city last evening.... George B. Forgy of Logansport, was In the city this morning. Kokotno Dispatch: Mrs. Edith ClevBDger returned to her home at Logansport yesterday, after a visit with her eon, G. W. Clevenger and family Miss Amelia Sprecker who has been the guest of the family of -D. G. Wilkins, returned to net home at Logansport laat night,, ..Wilbur Win- tare returned to his home at Logansport yesterday afternoon after a visit with the families of W. S. Armstrong and A. K. Wilson. MRS. HARRY WORDEN DAMAGED So Mhe Alleged, by Jteaaon of Liquor Maid to Have Been Sold to Her Husband. Saloonist Nicholas Fries will be the defendant In a suit which It is said will be.hrought today by Mra. Harry Worden, wife of the man who Is now serving a seven years' sentence for shooting Warren Knowles. With him as bondsmen, John Lux and John Eckert'are also made defendants, and the damages asked for will be $2,000. Louisa Worden claims that Fries sold liquor to her husband the day he assaulted Knowles, and that the liquor was responsible for the deed and so for ;he present confinement of her mate. She argues that her husband was in dustrious when he was not Intoxicated and that he ' was her only, support. Mrs. Worden's attorney is D. H Chase and the papers will be filed today. . HE GETS THREE YEAR3, J. C. 'Washbmrne, Who I* l*al«l to Have Worked Local Toucher*. I» Sfiitenci <l ut Scnttklmrir. J. C. Washburne, alias Hoover, who was accused ot swindling teachers and others near Scottsburg, Ind., has been sentenced at that place to three yeare in the penitentiary. Washburne was an agent for the Conkey publishing house at Chicago, and after sailing dictionaries and collecting a part of the pay in advance he would make his lt and fail to send in the order. Only a part ot his customers would be victimized, but he worked the Cass iounty pedagogues for almost $150. THEY STAND ACQUITTED. THE DUNN APPLIANCE. Omer Barber mid Will JTon«s of Adamfl Town «n IP. Go Free at Peru During the winter holiday b a charge of larceny was brought against Omer larber and William Jones of Adams township. The young men were ac ;used of purloining turkey's belonging ,o a Miami county widow, but when it oame to a trial of the case In the Miami circuit court Monday, is wafi 'ound that the testimony of the State was very weak, and the de'ense introduced no evidence in rebuttal. The ury was instructed to find a "not juilty" verdict, which was doco. Blrycllxt* and Hur.iemen. Abqut 25 bicyclieta and horsemen met last evening at the council chamber to consider a project to Improve ;be drive at Riverside Park. Frank Williamson was elected chairman. After considerable discussion it was decided that owing to lack of informa- ;loc as to the cost of tht> proposed im- jrovement no action could be taken aat night. The City Engineer be consulted about the matter a'nother meeting will beheld at a later date., Mrs. F. C. Murphy of Seventeenth and High streets, was presented with an elegantly bound Life of Napoleon >y the members of the Ladie=' Auxll- ary to the B; of R T. Monday night The ocoaiioa was a mrpriae, perpe- rat«d by the ladles on Mrs Murphy. and'**' very. pleasant ^evening was For Itaclne Bio den Will be To»ttd —The Wheels Are Itelug .Hurt* ut Kolvomu. KoXotno Tribune: Elmer Apperson has a wheel at the Riverside machine works that is a novelty, and he bas taken the contract 10 manufaoturn a number of the machines. A Logansport mun named W. C. Dunn is the inventor and the machine is made more especially for racing. It baa both baud and foot power, and both can be ueed at tho same lime. The hand power IB attached to the handles which aro worked straight up and down. The machine is a fine looker, weighs but a trifle more than an ordinary racing wheel, and gets over ground at a lively gait. The Inventor will have the machine In some of the biggest bicynle races of the country this season, and he hopes to break the track record with It. 8on*«'n Concert. The king of march composers, John Philip Sousa, and his peerless concert band, were not given the patronage they merited last night. The crowd in attendance was, however, an appreciative one, with an ear for good music • and with ready applause. Tne concert was a very enjoyable one. The trombone solo by Pry or was excellently rendered. He gave "Say Au Revolr, but not Good-bye" In response to the encore. Miss Marie Barnard, soprano, waa recalled after rendering Footed "Love Me if I Live" and sang the recently revived ballad, •Ben Bolt." The violin playing of Miss Currle Duke was much enjoyed»l>8 Wnum a Divorce. . A divorce suit has been brought by Mrs. Laura C. Basket against James M. Hasket. John B. Smith is the plaintiff's attorney, and in the complaint are alleged cruel treatment nod desertioo. \ollct. t Ml persons wishing to join thnpo- cahontas degree of the Order of Red Men will' meet at Progress Ball, Thursday evening, at 7.30 p. m. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. The Rev. D. P. Putnam has the rheumatism. Mrs. Wm. Green of the North Side, has the measles. Pure Earlv Rose and Early Ohio potatoes at Foley's. Once tried always ueed, Ben Fisher's baking powder and extract of vanilla. Silks, sllkf, all at the Trade Palace in new designs; the latest and lowest prices. A cow belonging to the Rev Father Krceger, yesterday gave birth to three calves. Six candidates were taken in Monday night by Tirxab Court, Tribe of Ben Bur. Lew Sburte has resigned his p'ace wUh the Metropolitan, Life Insurance company. The Foresters' entertainment an nounced for Thursday night has teen postponed. Physicians recommend a pure wine as a spring tonic. Get Royal Ruby at Johnston's drug store. Asa. Bear is managing John B. Moore's meat market on the West Side during the iatter'a temporary absence. Logansport Council No. 11 Royal and select Masters (Masonic) meets tonight. Degrees will be conferred on several candidates. The old brick office building that has blocked Rice street on Sixth street will be removed by John Barnes, who bought it yesterday for f35. Harry Fogleeoog, late with iha Metropolitan Life Insurance company. lenowagect for the Mutual Benefit Life loiurance company of Newark, Lizzie Ross of Richmond. Dancing: and refreshments were indulged In. Special s*le on blaik dress goods* at the Track 1 P-Uni-p. Cyrus Biker of Tipton township li)!-t H, fins d»o-.venr-oldcolt Saturday. The spiri'ed :ir.imsl collided with a- barbed «ir» («nc«. nod wus sn badly I Hurt shot 11 Oied ia n short lima. Oriii:ui Avc-ouiit of the srurry nas- A Gi-rmim ]x>riouk-::l h:is vho u>H owing story :i-s '<> UK- origin of t!u; Star* ;nd Strip-.:::.: The iiU-:i onp-iiui'.od with. | a Uuno n.-imcil ?.!n riser, lie \va.s born. | on the Island St. Croix. of the Danish • West, Indies.' where his f:Hhci- and prantlfnthsr h:ul lived. In 1775 ho left his unlive island :i.ud proceeded U>. Pliilnik-'iphin. Ho \v:is among Uu; first_ to join a company of volunteers for' American liberty and independence. for valcr shown at Oriskany he was elected captain, and to show his gratitude lie designed a flag, in whoso xtpper corner he applied the thirteen. stars, emblematic of the thirteen original states of the union. This was the- first occasion upon which the "star spangled banner" was unfurled. Tho original flag of Capt. Marker is supposed to be in existence in some national collection of relics of the war of tho revolution. __ TruKtlnc Sinn. One of the uses of thorns is to protect the plant from animals which feed on herbage. Says La NnUn-e: Nearly all plants .that have thorns in their wild state lose them after generations of • cultivation. It is as if plants brought under the protection of man gradually lay down their arms and trust themselves entirely to his protection. IIow Ho Ilroke Mio Ico. Many diffident persons find the bog-inning- of a conversation awl.- ward, especially on ceremonious occasions and with strang-crs. Sometimes, however, the beginning 1 is not half .so awkward as what comes afterward. According 1 to a story in Punch, a bashful young man said to a lady at a, dinner party: "I've got to take you in to dinner, '.Miss Travers, and I'm ratUer afraid of you, you know. Mrs. .Jolibois tells roc you Ye very clever." The young- lady was naturally amused by this display of simplicity. "Flow absurd!" she exclaimed. "I'm i:ot a bit clever." Tho .man heaved a si^h of relief, ami answered: "'Well, do you know, I thought. you weren't." „ Tin: 1-:U:OU Ho<lUrc, Women who have slender, graceful figures will he quite willing to adopt the revived fashion of JacJnjr the bodice at the back. Many dressmakers consider that a moderately full figure looks well also in this style of waist, provided it is deeply pointed front and back, as the lacing: or buttoning makes a defined line or break across the back, imparting a. slender c licet. Invisible fasten ings are, however, still in hijrhcst favor, and are likely to continue in vogue during; the spring and summer. The scam on the left shoulder and tho one under the left arm are utilized by most dressmakers to provide means of ogress and ingress .to the wearer. Uut this is only one of many ways of closing the bodice. Many of the waists are still so cunningly fastened as to make one wonder as to how the wearc* gets in and out of the gai-ment.— X. Y. Tost. _____ _ _ _ _ riiiijr to Their >':imc«. People have remarkable attachment to their own names, 07)d it is not often. thai any <..;& excepting: the most hardened criminals makes a change. This is why so few people take advantage of the law a.llowi:]ir them ;.o uluuige their name's whenever they see fit,, liven. when they do take a new name tliii affection ft: It for the old one is apt to have a uo.'iring on the new. If a criminal is named Guorge Iv.Uvar.'ls. for- :n- S'vhijcf. it is apples to dollars that he will ch:m-_re his name to Edward Gcorire. They hale to lose si:;iit of thc-ir old identity even in tin- m:itu:r of their names. — Louii-viih- Commercial. — Heivinse a young man courts his giri in -a ti:;rk room is no M'STI that he is developing Life. Miss Percy Luce entertained a number of friends last evening at her home on Twelfth street In honor of Ml«» a negative. — Harlem Riidgct Sh«w» an Kxceiw. CITY of ?>!KXICO, April 9. — For the first time in the history of the Mexican republic the national budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 next does not show . a deficit. The budget committee reports an excess over expenditures of $100,000. flu Be«n Made • Vrt« Fort. LONDON, AprD 9.— By the terms of * convention signed by the saltan. Cape Juby oo the west coast of Africa will henceforth be a free

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