Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 19, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 19, 1895
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^^••••••••^••••••^•••••••••^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^ ' ' Responsibility! Which in your mind carries the most, the button or the suspenders. We can furnish you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DEWENTER, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon ---- Z» 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, THE. FERRL STR&ET TfllLORS. REAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. BODEFER, | «0 Broadway. Over Hauk'a Jewelry Store. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, IWatchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Johnston's DrnK Stow. Broad- and Fourth streets, formerly wllh J. D. All work warranted. GUfchlm acalL DAILY JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORSIMG. APRIL 19 >W.rf. . " " ™" - ' "" ' MeKeen'eBteamlaundry— Rood work Ser<fe house Blippers 35 oente— | Stevenson & Kllnslck. The Lotus Club will danca at the |jdurdock hotel tonight. •We only ask an interview. Our Isprlng hats eoll thomnolvea—Fisher, lHatter and Furnisher. Why buy (foods when you can buy Ian all wool ser^e skirt lined through|out for |4.50 —Trade Palace. Opera, ploadilly and jquare toe la- Idles 1 dress ehocs, all eolld. 82 cents; I lowest prices ever named—Otto Kraus. FromStO 6 p. m. today the ladlci I of the G. I. A., to the B. L. E. will lierve coffee at the home of B. V. Pitt- J , No. 1322 High street. supper will be Riven tonight at I the Broad way M. E. church by ihe liecond division of tbe W. F. M [•oolety, Jr.om 5 to 8 o'clock. When so many people are taking |»nd deriving beneQt from Hood's Sar- liaparllla, why don't you try H your- lielf? It ia highly recommended. The trustees of the First Presbyte- Irlan church have called for the fifth installment of tbe subscription for the rebuilding of the church. The In. •tallment falls due May 1st. Mr. Fred KalU and Misa Mamie Knlllot 1700 Broadway, entertained a number of their friend* last evening In honor of their twentieth and eighteenth birthdays respectively. Games were played and all present had a good time. Awarded /Niftiest Honors—World's Fair. DR; BAKING ROWER MOST PERFECT MADE. Jpurt Grip* Geami'Tartar Powder, fttt Sam Ammonia, Alum o. ^ny other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. WORTHY OF ENCOURAGEMENT. ThoXew Michael* Business Vnlver- •lir «ud Art #cliool Will lie a Revelation to Many Citizen*. The extenalvo improvements at the building of the Michaels Business University and Art School, formerly known as the Smlthson college building, are going rapidly forward under Ihe supervision of the owner and pro- jeotor, Prot. G.W. Michaels. Mr. Michaels has removed to his old Cass county home from Delaware, Ohio, where he had conducted euoceea- fully a business university, and brings with him practically, an established school, ready to begin operations September 1st. He is certainly antUled to all the ec courage mont that can be given by Logansport's hosplta. ble and enterprising citizens who have the real progress &nd growth ° f tbe city at heart. Tbe building is being completely overhauled, tbe interior is being repainted, plastered and the necessary chang- s in the arrangement of the rooms are rapidly being made. A cement floor ha§ been placed in the basement. The entire building will be heated by furnaces o! the most modern pattern, and the latest ventilating appliances and closet system will be used. Tbe rooms are being celled with ornamental steel ceilings, which will be artistically t'eoorated, making of the building's interior, when completed, a much more tasteful and handsome appearance than was shown when the structure was new. Antique oak furniture has been ordered, the desks, chairs and business Office furnlture.bolng of the finest finish and Of the latest approved patterns for the work required. The college grounds are being beau. Ufied, Nature'sQwork being enlarged on and tastefully encouraged by the landscape gardener until the campus promises to become one of the most attractive spots in this neighborhood. The rooms to be occupied by the stu dents, of which there promises to be a Urge number at the opening of tbe Institution's fall term, will be refitted and handsomely furnished. Prof Michaels' heart is in the SUP cess of his worthv proiect. and he has made many friends ia the city, who believe In him end predict bis success. The Krolutlon Of medicinal agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the ploasani and elective liquid laxative, Syrup of Elgs- To cet the true remedy see that is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all leading druggists. . Daub of Jay «. BroWa. Jay G. Brown died yosierday attar- noon at the residence of Robert Freshour. Harrison township, of Bright'* disease, aged 26 years. The funeral services will take place to morrow (Saturday) morning at the Bethel oburch. and will be conducted by the Rev. W Wones. John Baker gives $1 coupon ice bo»k (res to private families and ice at the rate of 25 oont* per hundred. YOCR NAME Hi FRIST. llemm of n Personal Character Con- JLog»n»porter« and Their FriendH. In the city yesterday: W. J. Houck of Marion. Wi J. Eannelli of Fulton. Harvey Gray of Gilveston. J, F.,Bayman of Plerceton. O.C. Gard of Young America. V. L. Klckettsof the Delphi Journal. W. W. Grimes and A. A. Rennell* of Rochester. J. C. Hutchlneon and J. C. Wecker of CrawgfordsvUle. "•' • '"_''...' George Pence of Marlon was;here- yesterday. ..,, -••'-..;..';•: Mls« Maggie Halpln returned from Lafayette yesterday. -••'•• _-* '.'?*''_ J. D. S. Neeley was here '"yesterday' from Lima, Ohio, on business';... : . Mrs. Frank Alias of Lincoln, III., .is visiting her brother, M. Banard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Uhl returned yesterday from a visit at Warsaw. Charles Martin of the railway mall service, has gone to Burlington, Iowa. Charley Martin left for Keokuk, Iowa, on a several days 1 visit yesterday. James Kanaloy of Columbia City, was the guest of A. P. Loprell yesterday. F. M. Walker of Plymouth, auditor of Marshal county, waa here yesterday on business. William Drompp Is here from Momeuce, 111., for a few days' stay with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Perrin of Lafayette, were calling on friends yesterday on their way to South Bend. Mrs. Hammond of Indianapolis, is visiting her brother, Dr. N. W. Cady of this city for a few days. J. B. Stanley went to Crown Point yesterday, where be holds, another series of temperance meetings. Attorneys G, E. Myers and F. Manley of Marion were here yesterday' looking after business Interests. Kenesaw Landis arrived :from Washington yesterday for a day's visit with his parents in Logansport Joseph Rembusch of Frankfort, was here yesterday to assist In the concert given last night by the Military band. P. H. Drake of Rochester has accepted a position at D. B. Pryor's drug store. Mr. Drake Is a graduate of Ann Arbor. Frank Tlngley, an expert draughts man of Mai ion, was in the city Wednesday transacting business and calling on friends. Harry Melton and bride came in yesterday from a short wedding trip, and took possession of their future home on the West Side. Adjutant P. P. Powell of the 9th U. S , cavalry, waa In the city a short time yesterday en route for Fort Robinson, Kan., to join bis regiment. The Rev. J. J, Purcell, now of Marlon, was in the city yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Christina Homburg. Rsv. Purcell spoke feel Ingly of the departed one at the services. Mrs. Homburg was a prominent member of the Eogllsh Lutheran church here during and since Rev. Purcell's pastorate, Harry B&rr. the engineer who was terribly Injured at Rsd Key some months ago by being drawn over a shafting, and who has been cared for at St Joseph's hospital ever since, is able to be out. and yesterday he left for Spring Mills, Ohio, to visit rela. lives while he regilns his strength. Mr. Barr Is very grateful to the sisters at St. Joseph's hospital for their.klDd- ness to him. ; THE CASE DISMISSED William Siandley of Carroll County !• DlBsharited—The C«»e "Xolle I'rosaed" The circuit court ruom was filled yesterday with witnesses and those Interested In the case of the State vs. Wm. Standley for tbe alleged larceny of a bridle, There was much argument of counsel on the question of the amendment of the affidavit and Information by tbe prosecution. A p'e» in. abatement by the defendant's attorneys was'bold to be eood by Judge Lairy, and after a consultation, the attorueys for the prosecution, Hale and Myers, dismissed the cose. The defendant's lawyers were M. F. Mahoney and M. A. Ryan. Standley was accused of stealing- a bridle from a neighbor. The plea in abatement was brought on the ground thai the original affidavit was drawn up January 18th. and was filed through other than the prosecutor's hand*, March 1st. the Information being filed a week later. _ • Fifteen Cent Mapper, " At the Broadway M E Church giv. en by the second division of the,W. F. M. Society this evening..,,,All, inVited. MBS. J. T. EU.IOTT, Chrn'o. ; Opera, Pickadiiry and Spre Toe Ladies' Dress Shoes, all Soli| 82 CENTS- LOWEST PRICE EVER NAMED. Boys sweaters l^ c Mens " rhe $1 kind colors cardinal, blue, ecru 48c Mens onting shirts, cut large 22e MODS -and Boys percale shirts, laundried, with collar attached, S9c Boys shirt waists, finest French percale, lanndiled, newest designs.;... ; '..•;,:.:.....- 75C Mothers Friend, unlaundried, all strictly new patterns.. 38o Calico waists at half price.-!; 15o Childs tanand blackjOxford ties...50o Old.ladiea serge oongreB8,gaiterg...»Oc M^QB Balbriggan underwear sold last Biimmer atCOoi...•"•••... 19* ts* He can't pull them off, no matter how he tries. THE IMPROVED BEE WAIST. The be«t Waist on earth, with Stocking Supporters to match. Mothers, jour boya can't pull hi* buttoni off with a Bee WaUton. Mens 45e ^suspenders „ ~ Mena 503 " J?«W trint- med • Best blue overalls and iwaist ISe the suit for Misses kid button shoes $ Ladies Oxford ties, patent tip Tan shoe?, Prince Alberts, -all solid Mens base ball shoes L. A. W. bicycle shoes, uiene-boy* and youths Uulauudried shirta, Ion(f-and short bosom, pare linen "bosom MI! linenjlined, all leagths of>le«vm worth fl for..; 3 to 10 Vein, or Gray. Price, 50 Cents. The above prices are to change dull times into brisk. Dull timee areiiot a necessity and they should not exist. It costs us no more to sell $25,OOO 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 cheap. "Of Course" OTTO KRAUS does not enumerate one thousandth part of his bargains-~you may judge all by the above. See the Show? Window for novelties in Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes. OTTO KRAUS. MILITARY BAND CONCERT A Fine itfuNlcul Entertainment Which J}e»erv«d Better Patronage. There is DO questioning the fact that has before been shown, that the Logansport Military band makes good music. Under the efficient director, Joseph Merrill, the players have, ae an organization, Improved greatly on their former excellent performances. The concert given by the band at the Opera house last night was heard by a ,[alr audience only; but all who attended were well pleased and so ex. pressed themselves. .From the first 'number, Suppe's famous ' Poet and Peasant," down the list, Sousa's new "Directorate" Merrill's cornet solo, and his brilliant effort on the violin, Cramer's finely rendered baritone solo, the Dalby 'Fantaele on Old Kentucky Home," closing; the program with the swing of Odeii's'/'''Corey Hill Club" march, the Military band acquitted itself with gioat credit and was deservedly ap plauded. So much for the work of the men with the harmony making instruments. Nothing that could be said of the band music of the evening could in any way.detraot from the pleasure felt by the hearers of the sweet sinking of the well known vocalists, Meedames Chas. Krels, W. H. Anderson and J, B. Shultz, Their two happily chosen numbers. "O. Happy Fair," by Shield, and '-The Water Nymphs," by Henry Snaart, were .greatly enjoyed. From s.n artistic view the concert was emi iiently a success. j A Birthday Surprise Party. "Grandmother" Friday was 80 years old Tuesday and a surprise of a most delightful kind was given by her rela tives and friends in honor at the home'of her daughter, Mrs. Selby, of No. 804 Bates street. There were 8,bout,twenty-five present, and they took with them baskets of. enjoyables. Idany-use'ul and valuable gifts were shovrered- upon '-Grandma" Friday, 8.nd she was quite weighted down with good wishes and congratulations Two children, eeven grand-children, and one great-gra'nd-cbild. There were present from out of town: Mr and Mrs. Geo. Friday and Mr. and Mrs Milton Friday, of Idavllle; Mr. and Mrs. Heory Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. B. F Bloom and Mr. and Mrs. A. E Rodabaugh of Noble township. Funeral oT Mm. Amrm Carver. Tbe funeral of Mrs. Lau>-a E. Garver, wife of Amos Rarver of Wash- lington township, Carroll county, who died .early yeeterday morning of dropsy. aged forty years will be conducted by the Rev.- J. C Kiuffman Sunday at thb Rock Creek church. Burial will take place at the McCain cemetery. Colorado. The friends of Fred Bismarck, who went to Colorado several months s.go for the benefit of his health, were shocked to hear yesterday that hi* condition was hourly; growing more a'armlng and that his death was on'y « question of a day or two. He is *t present at Denver. , Frank Sh»«fer'» Bud JFall. .Frank Shaffer Injured his head severely Wednesday while at work on the ; Bailey;. WUdingr in Shuliztown. Ele fell from the second .floor,. striking hlitead oo the joists below. A gash OTer three Inchei long was inflicted oahl»,-he»d. ';• .' J '"7 /' 1 7 ! ' _. Uraud OlllcerN Cbn» en. At the election of officers for tbe Grand Commandery.Knlgbts Templar, held atlndlanapolis. Wednesday, John E. Redmond of Logansport was made Grand Gonerallieeirao. The Rev. H. A. Percival of the Broadway Presbyterian church was named Grand Pro- late. To Consider B\'eiv A call baa been issued for a special meeting of tLe board of county com- mlssloners to be held tomorrow. Sat urday. At that time some definite action will be taken in tbe matter of a new bridge over Eel river at Market street. Auction! Auction!! Auction !!! The entire elock of dry goods known as the Golden Rule, will be sold at auction. No reserve. Sales dally 10 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 4, and 7 to 9 p. n?. W- D PRATT, Trustee. Card of Thank* To my many kind friends and neighbors who assisted me in my late bereavmect in the death of my daughter Bessie, I desire to extend my sincere and heartfelt thanka. D. A ELDER. To Ice CoiiHumrr*. The Lake ice will be handled exc'u slvely this year by the Maxiukuekee Luke ICG Co. Office, 511 Broadway. Phone 175. MAXINKDCKEE LAKE ICE Co. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. There will be a civil service examination in the city June 1st. See our 75 cent ladles black and tan slippers—Stevenson & Kllusick. Tbe case of Linf«. Heskett vs James W. Heskett, btgan yesterday and will probably be finished today. Made to fit and made to wear is our underwear; $1 a suit and upwards— Fisher, Fourth and Broadway Col. Robert Kreuzberg-er is putting a new front In his wholesale liquor establishment on Third street. A ball game has been arranged for Sunday. Apjfel,.28ib. at tbe Driving park between the Logansport team and the Lafayette pi ay era The Christian Endeavors of tbe Fii st Presbyterian church, will give anon tertainment and social at the lecture room of the church tonight. The next examination for graduation from the county schools will be held Saturday. In the last examination 103 pupils passed the required teat. There , were 148 who took ibe work. _ We taka pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because it Is praleed by all who try it," eays J. W. Cox & Son, drugeists, Marshfield. Oregon. Xo one afflicted wiih a throat or lung trouble can use th's remedy without praising It. Italwaje gives prompt relief. It la especially valuable for colds as it relieves tbe luogs, makes breathing easier and aids expectoration. A cold wiL' never re. suit in pneumonia when this remedy is taken and reason able care exercised. For sale by B. F. Keeslfng, Drugaiat. Tke 0»lj Ztmtij. Those who «unW from foul breath are open to*he charge of carelessness It Is an offense that can be speedily abated, a- a single bottle of the fragrant SOZODOXT will unmistakably accomplish the work. It will preserve and keep tbe teeth white, and tbe breath pure and sweet. n <> I, AN* OHKNA HOUNK. S. B. PATTKRSON. JI.INAOKK. ! ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday, April 22. "Bust American Flay ''—Ji. F. THE GlRl I LEFT BEHIND ME. IIV DAVIO IIKLA A\n . . . FHAXKLYN MANAGEMENT OF CHAS FROHMAN. Prascuwd In tbe »am« luancar m swn Tor 500 HlKhW lu New York,- 'I» nlKht* In Chicago: 100 DlRht* in Bf- lon Advnnee sale op*ns Johnston'* Drug Store. * ( 1st floor *l."5c.00c. S, | Bttlconr SOc, 2Sc, Innovation! lu Umbrella*. One of tlic later novelties in umbrellas is a form that can bo cnrried -in ma ordinary gripsack and adjuster} "to.* great variety of needs. For instance,, it can be hitched to a bicycle iri six dit- ferent positions. In general essentials it corresponds to a carriage top. The handles are made in two or tltrce sections and largely of aluminum. So popular has the device l>ccomc,.a large fae- ' tory now employs several hundred: bauds turning it out in a great-variety-; Some years ago an attempt was .made. by an ingenious American to introdiu» a nea.t little umbrella that could be- fitted either to the hat or the r.'.xwlflcis, 'IcavingthehandscDtirely free foriroric. It, was expected that it,*wonid '->c "•'•«*corned in the tropics and thr.t it rag!* even solve the great problem of rendering white labor possible in competitioo. with black in tropical regions, while it. was obviously just ;he thing' to saw> marching soldiers from suDstrbke. Hot this ingenious invention somehow difi. not "take," and another fortune ihm-. remains Knpt Her Pony. A pony owned by the daughterToC the owner of a circus was put up tor sale in an auction room in England- All the horses of tbe circus were "to be 'sold. Among the bidders \vas tto daughter of the -circus man. When tie little pony was le<l in the little -gi^ gave him a piece of sugar, and -wiMi the bidding began. this little Rirl also offered i price for the pony, but somebody was bidding against her and sJie had to stop because she had no TDOI» money. But over in the corner them xvas a man who had watched the Jj'tte girl and the pony, and he began tnA- ding, and finally no one bid over ban. and the pony was said to be his. Use took it by the bridle and led it over to the liUle jrirl aod said: "This ponr yours." Then everybody cheered the Iktle frh-1 txx>k her pony home. -- . - • TIio "Hsration of Ra,t*. The ccptain of one of thi steamers which ply between Xcv.- Qt- ieaus ami the Central A incricnn port& estimate* ;hat every sleami^r savins' a>vav froni New Orleans carries a-vrsw- witb it Trorn "00 to 400 rats which ri cone back. -\Vhnt this means wjjj seen by supposing that there sre t steamers enfjn^ec] in the fruit I and tliat ench makes oa an twenty trips a yetir; U:Ls \-.-o 400 steamer departures. 1 f each stc took away froi 200 to :;00 ro.ts-oa trip at least 100.000 ra.ts \vou!<i be carried away yearly. If each of tlic otbtr ships that come to New Orleans sbotJifi carrj- away 300 rats a trip, the tx*C yearly csotlas would 1>C Ma. 000 C^"G!aVlstone once said: "J bcAieie that an income tax docs more Coa*. any other tas to demoralize and cortoj*. the people." That must be tbe the democrats adopted the income for tbls conntry. Their business bo=fl vo fiemorftlize and. corropt — Cb'ca?«> Inter Ocean.

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