Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 11, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 11, 1895
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THC-MONEY- PER FEET-FITTING GVAMHTBSD WflMaUTTfl Ml/SUK fiKD &IGHTEEN HUNDR&D LIKEK • ;#; ONLY $1.00 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 adorned,your body. TUCKER .& YOUNG, TttB PEflRL 6TRBET TftlLORS. $$$$£ REAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. .LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFER, 410 Broadway Over llauk'.i Jewel ry Store. DAILY JOURNAL. TRIED TO ASPHYXIATE THEM. THUKSDAY MOBN1NG APRIL 11 MoKeen'satearalaundry— good work George Bill and Mary Jane Vernon were yesterday licensed to wed. Don 1 ! close your ice contracts untlll you see John Baker's canvassers. The Elks minlstrel entertainment wlli occur about the 20th of May. Will Wllkon has succeeded Glenn Forgy BBueher at Dolan'e opera house. Wm. Burgtuan la still confined to bis homo on tho South Side, with a serious Illness. Ribbons, laoes, IneortlngB, beaded nettings of all kinds. Veilings mutt go this weok—Trade Palace. Mra.J. • B. Messenger entertained the Industrial Club at her home on West Market street last night. The Ladlsb' Aid Sewing Society met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wia. Ball In Clay township. M. Fltzglbbon, who was recently placed in jail at Anderson for an 8 fed fraudulent transaction has a released. Thomas Shuey of Fort Wayne paid a fine yesterday morning for alleged ' druokennose. Shuey formerly lived In Loganeport. Are you a!l Hired out. do you havo that tired fooling or sick headache? You can be relieved of all these by taknig Hood's Saraaparilla. Cut prices commencing April 8th: White shirts, starched bq«*f, 8 cents. .Cuff* p«r pair. 4 cents. Collars, 2 cents—Lee Wab Sing, 3d street, At the South Side U. B. churck a festival will be given Saturday night. The Sunday services at the church will be held in the forenoon Initead at in the evening, Fro/. Jog. M. Matthew* of the Kentucky icbool of medicine, lectured before the Miami county medical society at Peru yesterday »od a num. bar of members of the Cass county medical society were in attendance. I'uter Haley JMonlcc.yn Witb JVatnral ttuti nt the Jnll uid Hie PrlMouer* Nuirer. Pete Haley who was placed in the [ outBldo corridor of the jail yesterday evening', managed to kick up a little excitement at the lockup last night by knocking the stove down, and then opening his mouth aad exerting hi? lungs in an effort to convince the sleepy sheriff that the jail wai filling with natural ga* and that the inmates were in danger of suffocating. His howls awoke the entire neighborhood, and whon the fellows in the o&go joined in the awful chorus the nciso was enough to wake the dei'unot. A crowd of ex* cited people called at the jail to see tbo gas turned off. Poter Haley subsided when he was put In a cell. TO SELL STATE BONDS. An iHme of *590,OOO to Hear Three . «n«t n JI*lf Per Cent. Indianapolis News: The State Financial Board has advertised that on April 18 it frill open bids for the sale of fSOO.OOO of State ,bonds. The money derived from this sale will be used In taking up f500,000 ol State House bonds which fall due May 1. The new bonds are to bear Intele«l at a rate not exceeding 3} per cent,, and will be redeemable at the pleasure of the State after fifteen years, and payable in twenty years. The State board announce* that no bids for less than the par value of the bonds will be received. The board has already received a good many inquiries about the bunds. Awarded ffiffhest Honors—World'* Fair. DR; CREAM BAKING POtfDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. fcl pun Grape Crca me' Tartar Powder. Fret HOI Ammonia, Alum cv «uiy other adulterant ':!' 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Death of an Old Itrnldeut, Elizabeth H. Sharp, aged 80 years, died at 10 o'clock last ntgbt at her borne. No. 1516 Market street. The deceased was the widow of the late Samuel Sharp, and had for t>!xty years been a resident of Cass county, corn- leg to Legansport from Harrison township about ten years ego. She balled from Pennsylvania originally. She had been for three *oore years a m«mber of Presbyterian cburcb, and since her residence in this city she had been received into the Broadway church. She was a highly respected lady and was a lovable chrisiian character. She leaves one child a son : Samuel Sharp, living near Camden. The announcement of tee funeral will bo nade tomorrow. Tilt Erolmtlon 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 figs. To get the true remedy see that it manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For tale by all leading druggists. A grand ball will ba given • -next Monday night at Kreuzberger 1 * - ball by the German Odd Fellows. TOUR NAME IN PRINT. Item* of a Personal Character Con- eeralnjr tosr»nnport«r»>ud Their Friend*. In the olty yesterday: A. M. Miller of Elwood. John Lathrop of Delphi. Marion Hinna of Idavllle. J. L. Ryan a«d J. B. Lewis of Rochester. Charles Baker and Charles Thomas of Camden. J. E. Underwood and J. E. Wallace of Frankfort. G. W. Layne, James L. Thomas and E. B. Thomas of Royal Center. John Mulcahy went to Chicago yesterday. John Couleon Is at Chicago on business. J. C. Bridge returned from Marlon yesterday. C. P. Rice was here yesterday from Frankfort. Oliver Miller waa here yesterday from Elwood. W. F. Marshall waa here Tuesday from Lafayette. C. E. Rhoudesof Ft. Wayne is visiting; F. J. Brlg-ge. Linton E. Jones of Marion was in the city Tuesday. Mies Liz/.te Behwald has returned from a visit at Peru. James VlguB of Elwood is visiting io the olty for a few days. Mies Eva Morrison IB this week at Peru visiting Miss May mo Ager. Miss Amelia Butterworth returned from Indianapolis yesterday. George Bocrger and Dick Twells were in Montloello yesterday. Richard McKeeh of Williamsburg, Ky., Is visiting friends in the city. Hiram Meek of Joneeboro, waa In the city yesterday calling on friends. Mies Addle Weigand Is here from Greoncastle for a vialt with relatives. Claude Masters is over from Elwood visiting Everett English of the South Side. Dr. J. N, Neff of Walton, stopped here yesterday on his way to Indian, apolle. Schuyler Myers, who has been on a trip to Chicago and Grand Rapids, returned yesterday. Miss Clara Proaoh of the WeatSlde, is entertaining Miss Emma Schubeck of Marion this week. J, D. Brealey, clerk of the White county circuit court, was calling on friends here yesterday, Attorney Wlllard Fitzer was at Clymers last night to see his brother, who Is Sick with erysipelas. Ed Manlove of Chattanooga, Tenn. who haa been visiting friends here, left for Chicago yesterday. George Cuppy, the National League ball twlrler is here. His team, the Clevelanda, will play here Friday. Charles McMlnn, who was called to Richmond by the reported illness of a relative, has returned to the olty. Idavlllo Observer: Mrs. Oliver Nicholas of Logansport, is spending a few davs here among relatives and fr'ends The Rev. Charles B. Wellborn 1 attending the eynodlcal meeting of th Cumberland Presbyterian church thi week at Montloello. Misses Mattie and Irene Goodwin have returned to their home in Chi cago after spending the winter wltl their Bister, Mrs. S. B. Boyer. Ex-Mayor McGlnley of Lafayette accompanied by his daughter Blanche and MI'S Anna Kennedy, waa her Tuesday night to hoar Sousa'a band. Among those who attended the meeting of the Miami county medloa society yesterday at Peru were Drs. W. H. Bell, Asa Coleman and J. Z Boys sweaters We Mens " the $1 kind colors : cardinal, blue, ecru 4§c Hens outing shirts, cut large 2Sc Mens and Boys percale shirts, laundried, -with collar attached,|39e Boys shirt waists, finest Frenoh percale, laundiled, newest designs 75c Mothers Friend, unlaandried, all strictly new patterns S8c Calico waists at half price 15o Child* tan and black Oxford ties.,.50c Old ladles serge congress gaiters...50o Mens Balbriggan underwear sold last gammer at Mo 19o Mens -I5o suspenders, „ -ISfc Mens.59,3 '• gold' trimmed 3Jfc Best blue overalls and waist 73c- the suit for —: 7fe Misses kid button shoes $1' kind...50e- Ladiea Oxford ties, patent tip 50e-. Tan shoes, Prince Alberts, all- ' solid fUMft Mens base ball shoes.— 50*: L. A. AV. bicycle shoes, mens boys- • and youths ~ fl.Sfi L'nlaucdried shirts, long-and short bosom, pure linen bosom aiuti , linen lined, all lengths of sleeves- . worth $1 for '. 50te The above prices are to change dull times into brisk. Dull times are not a necessity and they should not exist. It costs us no more to sell $25,000 per month than $5,000 per month. But the more* we sell the cheaper we can sell; the less we have to figure on the^ dollar for cost. That's the secret of success of large Deparment Stores in the cities and that's why we can afford to sell so cheapo "Of Course" OTTO KRAUS does not enumerate one thousandth part of his bargains—you may judge all by the above. See the Show Window tor novelties in Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes. OTTO KRAUS. WAS A RIDING BAILIFF. Of the Cons County Court .Illaml Was Onrnnlzert, Peru Chronicle: Walter D, Nesbitt, who has been a resident of this community since 1829, a period of sixty six years, dlod at his home ttfO and a half mile* north of the city la&v Saturday evening of Brlght's disease and old age. Mr. Neebltt ie the last survivor of the pioneers o( that early period excepting Joseph Oldham of Bennett's. He lived here before Miami county had an organization and when this territory was still a part of Cass county, and was a riding bailiff for the court held at Loganeport through this region. Mr. Nesblttwas a member of the first petit jury held after the organization of Miami county In 1834. Ho was also one of the original founders of the Presby. terlan church of Peru. He resided In th'is place until about 1841, when he removed to the tract of ground which he converted Into a farm on which he died. He was not of an ambitious disposition else he would have been elevated to positions of distinction in the community, for he WM held in high esteem. He preferred the life of a farmer and lived and died as such. He was a pioneer of pioneers and it has often been said that bia was the typical home of the early settler, eo graphically described in the "Booster Nest," and icitbout a rendition of which no old settlors' meeting is complete. Mr. Nesbitt was 84 years of age. His funeral took place at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Services at the residence. Interment at Reyburn's cemetery, west of the city. GOODS HELD FOR DEBT. i nenis. THE Powell. Rev. L. M. 8chollold, formerly .pastor of the First Presbyterian church was called .home Monday'on account oi death In his congregation. On Sunday he preached two excellent sermons to large audiences. The reverend gentleman bus lost none of his former vim and eloquence and still holds a very warm placa In the hearts of the people of his old Logansport flock. Peru Journal: Miss Eva Morrison, of Logani"port, spent a few hours to«. day with Miss Mftyme Ager.. ..James Perry wss in Logansport over Sunday .. ..M. J. Bligh was up from Logans, port last evening... .John Mulcahy of Loganeport was In the city today R. F. Kellar Of Logansport was In the city today Manager Patterson wss up from Lpgansport today....A. .N. Duke* was in Logansport today.. . .0. P. Mohler went to Logansport this morning. David Hough, of Llgonler, Ind., well known hore a* a member, until recently, nf the board of trustees of Loag Cliff hoipiul, died Tuesday at oil home in Ligonler. The funeral will occur at 3 p. m., today. ' j nnum Burjtman'n Household Effects Attached Tor a -llaat BUI. August Burgman, formerly a Pan Handle fireman, who had checked his household goods and arranged to go to St Louli Tuesday night, left the city without bin goods. An attach* ment was served by Cv Graham, at tba Wabash depot. The paper was gotten out by Barney Zimmerman before Capes, capes, 500 samples so select from today. All capes delivered for Easter—Trade Palace. Physicians recommend a pure wine as a spring tonio. Gat Royal Ruby at Johnston's drug store. Go to the cape opening today, al goods delivered at manufacturers' cost Bt the Trade Palace cloak room. The members of the M. M. M. club gave Miss Miqnie Brergor of Helm street a very pleasant surprise Tue» day night. The L. L. of L. called on Misa Ida Blmerdarfer to celebrate her 19ih birthday Tuesday. A very pleasant time is reported. A party of friends of Clarence Bennett, the actor, will go to Kokonao Saturday evening when he appears there In "Charley's Aunt." A load of twonty-two howes will ba shipped today for Liverpool, England by Hlrschborger & O'Dorioell. Mr. Hlrschberger will make the voyage with the horses. A master clock, which will control all the synchronized electric clocks In Logansport, has resently been put in at the Western Union exchange. The time piece is six feet long. Mrs. Sarah Holbrunar and Slmer Ubl have purchased the Davis property situated at the corner of Brown anfi Wbeatland streets on the West Side. It is said, they intend building two elegant residences on the property. The Indianapolis News says: "It ie a coincidence that the Revs. Boston. Birch and Gahrlng, of the North Indiana Conference, who died during the past conference year, should have been pastors of the three M. E. churches of Loganaport during- the same year." City lht>> *n Carlity: f,ir Mm of llu> IHsirlcl. A i Michigan City ill* Presbytery is holding its annual session, which will continue over today,, Tho Woman's MUsioaury society ot : the Log.iDSport Precbytery bolda itci meeting la connection v.'Hh the mi Blisters' convection. In attendance*.from Logansport are ihe Jiev. H A.. Percllval Mrs. J. C H-adley, Mrs. !„ N. Crawford and Miss Carrie McNltt- Dr. D P. Putnam is voable to attend^ on account of sickness. The Rev. LM. ScboSeld is on the program, but; was hurriedly called home yesterday and will not be able to- attend. Xotlco to Contractor*. Sealed proposals will be received a*'. St, Joseph's Hospital for the construction of a, two-story frame udditioa lea contain 12 rooms. Bids for excavv- tion and masonry »cd brick work;, must be in by Monday, April 15, for- all other bids covering carpenter anc3 tin work, plastering, painting and-, plumbing, time will ba given ii.ll Aprils 29. Contractors will please give sopa-- rate bid for eaoh kind of work. All 1 material except tin and iron to be> furnished_by the Sisters. Tb*> right, to reject any acd all bids is reserved., Plans and specifications oan be Been at", he hospital. B. BXRTMAN". Improving: ttpcncer P;irk, A number ol men are working ore,Spencer park preparatory to opening- t next Sunday. Some miscreant, roka in the tool bouse and stole tben contents eomeiimo during the winter.. ' 'Squire Laing, and the account wa $7.41, a meat bill. Jacob Sellers Burgman'i late landlord, tried to per Buado the latter that hli claim for f J should ba settled. He failed, huw ever, and the capias proceeding brought in 'Squire Fender'* court b; Seybold Bros., on a dry goods aoooun for $25, wlil probably' more than consume the valun of the gooda held. Xatnral ««•«.* Company Sned. A »pecial to stie Indianapolis News From Portland, Ind., says: J. W Thomas and forty-four other residents of PennvlUehave brought suit agaicst ihe Pennville Natural Gas and Oil company for $50,000 damages and the 'oreolosure of a mortgage. The complaint alleges that the defendant company agreed to furnieh natural gas for uel and light at a stipulated price for fifty years, but that on the llth of February, 189. 1 !, after giving notice, it hut off the gas supply acd refused to carry out the contract, although the company had given a mortgage to bind it. It ie claimed thai the com pany has plenty Of gas in its wells to ..arry out the agreement, and by rea- on of not doing so the plaintiffs have e«n damaged as herein mentioned, 'udgmeot Is aak.ed for that amount. HMbudi of OUcUj Hint: )on't be discouraged.. There is escape from doctors' bill*. Zoa.Phora, Woman 1 * Friend, baa brought health to many women, and prosperity to many amille*, when other remediei and killful phyiiclani have failed. Sold jB,F,JKe««llB(f and Coul»on4Co. j Notice. Charles W. SeLegue, who hat' held ;he position of watchmaker and engraver at Taylor's jewelry store for th« past five jet.fe, has opened a shop n corner window of Johnston's drug store, corner of Broadway and Fourth, where he will bo pleased to meet all o! his old friends at wall as many new ones. Mr. SeLegue has had 20 years experience at the bench and Is prepared to do all kinds of watch, clock and jewelry repairing promptly and in a first-class manner at very reasonable prices. All repairing entrusted to his care from the finest watch or clock to the smallest piece of jewelry will re. ceive his personal and jareftil attention. All work warranted. J?onr Bly S«cees«M. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. Klng'i New Discovery lor consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Blttere, the great remedy for llrer, stomach and kidneys. Bucklen'* Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King r s New Life Pills, which are aperfet pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached lerewltb will be glad to tell you more of them Sold at B. F. Keesling'8 drug store, Back Ida'* AfTBie* Salve. '/he best salvo in the world /or cute bruises sores, ulcers, Bait rheum ever lores, tetter, chapped hands, ibilblains, corns, and all ikln erup tiosa, and positively cures piles, or nc ay required. It 1* guaranteed to Ive perfect satisfaction or money re unded. Price 25*cents per boy. For sal* bj B. F. K«Mlin|r. Sen Both Wnj>. Nature has enabled some animals t<» see objects behind them as well as io front, and that, too, without turning; around. The common hare or rabbit lius this power in a marked degree. Its. eyes are largo, prominent and placed, on the side ,of the haad. The deer is. another example of an animal of this. class. The power of rabbits aad deer to. see things in the rear is very noUceaM* in greyhound coursing, for though that, species of dog is mute while on the.- chase, the rabbit is able to juclgx; to a. nicety the exact moment which wil£ be best for "doubling'," on the traih. The deer, too, can run at high spce<2 and tell just exactly when to increase- its gait to full speed without once turning to measure the distance betwceix itself and the mute pursuer. A Patriotic Marrlujro Crramony. An attorney at Excelsior Springs;,, Ho., says the most loya'. and patriotic- marriage ceremony pronounced in tho United States is the one used by a C'.ny county justice of the peace, which runs. as followa: "Do you promise that you will support the constitution of tha United States, the constitution of ther state of Missouri, and thu.t you will: faithfully perform the duties o1 hafii- band and wife?" NEW JERSEY ELECTIONS.. The .Republicans Cain Victor!** In Kons? of the To-wn*. YORK, April 10.—The net resnlt. of. the charter elections in New .Tcreey-- was a sweep for tue republicans. Xew- ark was carried by the republicans by ft majority of ">,000; .Jersey City went afc-iinst the democrats by nearly 2,500^ Trenton, which -was ordinarily safe for- the democrats, made a republican ex- policeman mayor by 2,500 niajorityj. the last vestige of democratic official- ism was swept away in Elizabeth: the- democracy of Orange capitulated and. ^ew Brunswick, most loyal of all democratic commnnities, went into tho- repuWJean camp. Hoboken and Eah- •way, alone, firm democratic strongholds, were saved.' CialoM Wm ., April 10. — J. TV^ Hoover was sentenced to three years"" imprisonment in tii« pentitentiary iroro Scott county. Hoover falsely claimed that he represented a Cincinnati paper and took subscription* loran encyclopedia on which, be collected! certain amount*. w^t r.»y

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