Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 16, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 16, 1895
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Easter Kid Gloves All $1 and $1.25 Kid Gloves only 49 Cents. All $1.50 and $2 Kid Gloves only 74 Cents. GOLDEN RULE, W. D PRATT, Trustee. ARRESTED AND JAHED FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers WHAT SIX YEARS WILL DO. And Ratall Dealers in [FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY, •Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 89. COCKBURN BROS. 'Money to Loan on Itortenge Security on Easy Monthly Payment*. "We Write yire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass and Tornado Insunince. Buy and Sell Ren] flgtato. Call and See Us, ONlue Rooms 2 iincl 3 Spry Building. PKE PARING FOR THE EDITOR'S •DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16. Chaa, H. Uhl, the ralllor, la reported -•••very 111. '-.Royal Ruby Wine at Johnston's drug store. Try It. Paul Murphy has taken a. place In . the employ of J. Herz. Rhoa tonight in "The New Magdalen" at the opera heuse. • Gus. Deltoho has accepted a position with W, H. H. Carter. John Easfleld caught a S\- pounp • bass In the Wabaeh yesterday. Next! .Royal Ruby Wine, the purest and boat spring tonlo at Johnston's drug store. Religious services were held Sunday by the Rev. M. A Harlan at Long .Cliff hospital. The Boston Ideals company passed through the city yesterday en route to Indianapolis. Her Majesty corsets at half price now at the Trade Palace. See them. Don't miss it. William Boerger la adding some ex. . tensive improvements on his real, donee on the West Side. Sao our many new allka this week *t the Trade Palace. Special black drees good* aale this week. Chester Hadley who has been ill •with typhoid fever was reported -slightly improved yesterday. P,*rvey A. Needham of 625 Syca- • moro street Is confined to his room with K aerlous case of confluent jneaalei. Base ball was played Sunday at Kenneth, by teams representing the colored and the white employes. The palefaces won by a close score, 4 to Frank Thurman, colored, known as "Monk" Thurman, a ion of Mri. Sol Raines, formerly of Logansport, is said to have died Sunday at Mont- peller, lad. The revival services belog conducted at the Christian church by the Rev. D. R. Lucas of Indianapolis, are being well attended and great inter* «f I shown. It will pay you well when wanting life or accident Insurance, to see the Agent of the Travelers Insurance Co., of Hartford Conn. Don'l insure until you get the Travelers rate. If you do you will rnlis it. They have a local agent In Logansport. The concert at the Baptist church tomorrow night will be a musical treat which all should enjoy. The artists will be Mrs. Minnie Fish Griffin, late prima dona with the Theodore Thomas orchestra,and Bennett Griffin, violinist, late of the Berlin conservatory of music. The concert will be under the '. muipices of the Klog'i Daughters. ' Meeting to be Held June l.'i and 14— J. B. Stoll of the Mouth Bend Times Heel* lioeal IVewnpaper Men. John B. Stoll, the genial and able editor «f the South Bend Times was an honored guest of the local newspaper men yesterday afternoon. Mr. Stoll is chairman of the executive committee of the Northern Indiana Editorial Association and came here to consult with the members of the local preis In regard' to the annual meeting of the association, to be held here Thursday and Friday, June IS and 14. Aftor the meeting bad been called to order by the chairman, Mr. B. F. Louthain of the Pharos, Mr. Stoll was asked to express his vie ITS concerning the approaching meeting. Ho said that in view of the great natural advantages of Logansport and its historical associations ho considered that the coming meeting of the association would be pre-eminently the most successful In Its history, He dwelt particularly on the educational advantages of the assembling of the editors and thought that the occasion would bring the people and the press into closer touch. To this end, he advocated a public meeting on the first night of the meeting, at which representative newspaper men would make short addresses. His remarks were well received by the local newspaper men and this feature of the meeting will probably be arranged. The visitors who will comprlss representatives of all newspapers north of Indianapolis, will be handsomely entertained. The details of the entertainments will ba announced later. Hon. Rufus McGeeand W. D, Pratt were added to the committee on gen- Noted in the Figured That Tell ibo Fact* ax to Eel TownMhlp'M Voting; Population. Tha enumeration of voters that is required bp law to be taken every halt dozen years, has just been completed by Trustee Jackaon for Eel township. The figures show 4,688 males oveg the voting age, against 3 919 at the last count, made in 1389. The increase is 769, or over 20 per cent, In 18S9, there were 859 voters who had passed the half century mark. Trustee Jackson shows 844 men ovet- 50 years of age, of which one, Thomaa Burley, the moat ancient resident, is 92. There are 13 between 80 and 90 years o! age; 146 are over 70; 246 are older than 60 years; and 438 are in the fifties. in the last six years 273 voters have passed away in the township. Of thoae dying 115 were less than fifty years of age, a score were older than 80 years, 55 had passed the' allotted years, 44 were over 60, and 39 had counted 50 or more lamp posts on the path of existence. Since the last enumeration the following very old people have died: Jos. Kerns, Michael Burke, Daniel Redd. George Lightner, Daniel Conrad, Peter Dunkle, G. N. Fitch, John Myers, Nicholas Smith, Joseph Cornell and John Hart, all of whom were more than 80 years old six years ago. Fun and Plenty of It. Will be the order of things Friday night when that funny Irish'' comedy "Maloney's Wedding" wlll : be presented to Logansport theatre goers. The play has a clever lof of .specialties in capable hands (or feet) and things will go with a lively clip. This is one of the rollicking plays that makes everybody forget their trouble and wish they could live always. See "Maloney's Wedding" and live five years longer. The CaaeoUlBinltuied. In 'Squire Bight's court yesterday the case of William Pfaff ...vs John Dempsey and that of Jos.. H. Stocks vs John Dolan, both for alleged assault and battery, were dismissed by .the plaintiffs. McKeen'esteamlaundry—good work JOHN McMAHO* TAKEN IN FOR THE A'^LEGED ROBBERY OF A COMPANION. Charles G-ettllnc CJainu John Ab xti acted * Xumbcr of IHllver "Pinole*" Froai HI* Pocket WhlU He was Under the Influence of Whlakey—Theft Skid to Have Been Committed on • Pan Handle Train ncVabon Was on MU Way Front Chicago to Elwoad to His Brother'* Funeral When Arreaied. John McMahon, on his way from Chicago to Elwood to attend the funeral of his brother, William McMahon, ended his journey suddenly this morning, the terminal station being Sheriff Homburg's palatial clay residence in Court park, Mr. McMahon was on section two of No. 10, on the Pan Handle last night, and with him was Charles Gettling. The trainmen say that both were drunk, and the conductor had to use force to quell tbo high tide of fermented hilarity that caused McMahon to become unruly. The marks of tbe knuckles were visible on John's face when he was placed In jail on a gr o'la'ge by Patrolman Graham arc Wirwabn on the arrival of the train at the city. Larry Dooley, the brakemaa say that he saw McMahon in the act of going through his intoxicated Beit mate's pockets, and he gave the information to the police. Mr. Gettling was not In a condition to decide dcfia- Itely whether he had been • 'touched" or not. He claimed that he had $16 when he left Chicago, and when he arrived here his pile hud dwindled to $11. He did not attempt to explain f,be deficiency in the treasury. McMahon'a pockets produced $4 in change and a telegram announcing the death of a brother at Elwood, besides a ticket from Chicago to that city. He maintained that he was innocent of the serious charge placed against him. TRAINMEN ENTERTAIN. The Winth Annual Ball of the B. of K. T. at the Kink I>ast Night u Big dnccex*. The big Easter dance of the Broth erhood of Railroad Trainmen, given last night at the Broadway link, was a glittering and immense success. The committee on the floor manage- meet was made up of energetic members of the brotherhood. The big 'dance ball was gaily decorated with railroad lanterns and flags. Steinhart's orchestra on a raised platform furnished enlivening music. The merry round was kept up until early morning. :l In Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS Underselling everybody because the styU are all original and the makes are ail our owl That's the reason we are underselling evei bod/. Men's Scotch suits, $5; Men's Clay Wo| sted Suits, $5; Boy's Scotch suits, up to years, $3.50; Children's suits, 2 to 14 yeai 98 cents. Nobby Reefer suits, $2.50. See noi show window at the Fashion Store. Everybodycordially invited. HARRY FRAN: TO BE, SURE,. Ne v York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings^l Spring Trousering] jSNovelties all in waiting for you to coi and select them. If you are hard to plej our goods and prices will win you. THE TAILOR. PIERCE 310 BKOAWWAY. eral entertainment. C. 0. Fenton acted as secretary of the meeting yesterday. The local newspaper men will meet again next , Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Funeral of Herman Stern. The body of Herman Stern was laid to rest with appropriate ceremonies by the sorrowing friends and relatives Sunday afternoon. Tlpton lodge No. 33 F. and A. M., had charge of the funeral, and the Military band headed the cortege on tbe way to lit Hope cemetery where the interment occurred. The Oalj Bnaedr- Those who suffer from foul breath are open to the charge of carelessness. It is an offense that can be speedily abated, at a single bottle of the fragrant SOZODONT will 'unmistakably accomplish the work. It will preserve and keep the teeti white, and the breath pure and iweet. To Taxpayer*. The County Treasurer's office will be open this weak day and evening to accommodate railroad men and others. This is the last week for the payment of taxes. B. F. KEESLTNG, Treasurer. An Easy Way to Clean Tan and Shoes. Black Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock ol Desirable Shoes Atl WflLKER 6c RflUGtt Where quality is our first object at prices make them GO. What is there that spoils- the appearance of a nice dress or suit more than a dirty or rusty pair of shoes. The way to keep them looking; nice is to have Filling's-artist clean them for you. No charge. Sorely it is the eaiiest way to keep your shoes nice. We will clean your rubbers and shoes, and polish them free of charge. We keep a man who is an artist at the business, expressly for the work. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls 'all are welcome to free shines as often as you want them providing you are Filling's customers. If we forget to give you a shine card ask for it, we assure you, you are welcome. I.IKC W. PILLING. 413 Broadway. The Columbia single tube tire seems to hare established a record for holding air. A Toledo rider reports that his tire was pumped up in Oct., 1893, and did not need to be inflated again until April 14, 1894. Surely that tire knew bow to hold its own. Bee samples at LINC. W. PILLINfi'S, Shoe House, 412 Broadway. GERMAN. ODD FELLOWS' BALL. Kreuzbercer'* Hall the Scene of • Molt Enjoyable (Social Event. The German Odd Fellows danced with their friends lait night at Ereuz- berger's hall. The attendance was good, the. floor in excellent condition, and the music and refreshments ol the best. The hall was beautifully decorated. The dance was in every way a success. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitin AT 4i8 Market Sfc Death of Christina Honib«rg. Mrs. Christina Hom^urg of the South Side died yesterday after a long Illness. The funeral will be announced tomorrow. A post mortem examination of tbe body yesterday showed that an abscess of the liver was tbe cause of an obstruction of the bowels. The Immediate cause of death was the bursting of the absceu into the right lung. The origin of the abscess is supposed to have been an injury received by the deceased in a fall last winter. MOTHERS! Yesterday aftenoon, a roll of bills. Finder please return to this office and receive reward. If you want your laoe curtains to look the same as new, send 'them to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAitPBKtLtBBOS., . 429 Market St. The Rev, L. A. Gotwald D. D. professor of Practical Theology of Witt* enburg college has been in this city since Friday last. Besides preaching four times at St Luke's church he has been canvassing for tbe endowment fund of the college at Springfield, Ohio, and secured pledges to the amount of $650. The reverend doctor went to C&mden yesterday afternoon much pleatted with the liberality of the Lutheran people of Logantport I and delighted because of the result of ] his labors here. ^ James Adams of Adams township It quite sick with neuralgia of the bowele. If you want to dress your little ones in To-Date Clothing see my line of Combina Reefer, Junior and Jersey Suits. They h never been equaled in Logansport. JOS G GRAC: 426 BROADWAY; I

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