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April 21, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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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 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. PEFLRL 6TRBET TfULORS. REAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OEEICE. i,OANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. ROlXEFER, 410 Broiulww. Over Hnuk's Jewelry Store. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, Watchmaker and Engraver. Comer window Johnston's DruR Store. Broad- wn» and Fourth slreetH. KormiTlf with J. D. Tnjlor. All work warranted. lilv»Mm a culL DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21 • .^^^—^ i— ^^^^•^•ai^^™* < ^^qig^^^=-. MoKeen'B steam laundry—good work Win. Rhine and Martha L. Apple have been licensed to wed. At the Trinity Epl«copal church today the Easter music will bo repeated. A. G. Jenklnes has been named at commissioner to sell the Larimer property on North street. W. R- Darland and Jennie Kentner, young people of Jackson township, ware married Thursday night. Architect Grain is preparing plans for a now $6.000 M E. churoh which will be built this iummer at Kewann*. Now Is the time to get your carpets, •took complete, quality the bust and Iks the lowest, at the Trade Palace. , -.To have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the hest way to have pure blood la to take Hood's Saraaparlla. George W. Flamming waa charged with drunkenneai yesterday, and in the Mayor's court plead guilty and itaved hia fine. Bible reading led by Mr. and Mrs. •Hadley from 4 to 6 at the Home for the Frlendlew this afternoon. Everybody come and bring Bibles. This week we will place on tale 600 pieces o( wash goods In order to get '•elect patterns in organdie lawns. Call early to get the plums—Trade Palace. Mlii Selene Johnson, who piayt the part of Kate Kennlon. the general's daughter in "The Girl I Left Behind Me" company, is a handsome young kotrera and throws all the grace, dig. nlty, force and pathos Uto the character that the authors'Intended. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSION! Thursday, Angn.t H, 18«5, Tl», the iake JErle A W«»tcrn K. K. On Thursday August 8, 1895, the Lake Erie & Western R. R. will run their popular annual excursion to Cleveland, Chautauqua Lake, Buffalo and Niagara Falls at the following verp low rates, viz: Lafayette, $6 00; Indianapolis, $5.00;Fort Wayne, $5 00 With corresponding reductions from Intermediate points. In addition to the above, the purchaser* of these tickets will ho given prlvelege of (special excursion side trips to Lewiston. on.the-lake, including a steamboat ride on Lake Ontario, for 25 cents. To Toronto and return by lake from Lewlston, $1 00; to Thousand Islands, $5.00. Tickets for the above side trips can be had when purchasing Niagara Falls tickets, or mt any time on train. Besides the above privileges, with that of spending Sunday at the Falls, we will furnish all those who desire a side trip from Brockton Junction to Cbautauqua Lake and return free of charge. Tickets will be good, however, to return on regular trains leaving the Falls, Saturday, August 10, lor those not desiring to remain over. Tickets will also b^ good returning on all regular trains up to and Including Tuesday, August 13, 1893. Secure your tickets, also chair and sleeping oar accommodations, early. Those desir-, ing can secure aooommodatloaa In these oars while at the Falls. For further information call on any agent Lake Erie & Western R R. or address C. F, DALY. Gen. Pass. Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. The Lint D»y of School. Lant Friday iaw the close of the Dlitriot No 4 school In Tlplon town* ship after a seven months' successful term. The event wai fittingly cole. brated by the ren<Jerl''P of a pleasing program In the afternoon. There waa a good crowd of patrons In attendance, and a big dinner was served. The teacher, Anzle Sne 11. announced that »even pupil* bad not been tardy or absent during the term. BAKING WWW MOST PERFECT MADE. K Grip* Ctttm <.' Tartar Powder: Frtt rAiBmonia, Alum o. *ny other adulterant : 4P VBARS THE STANDARD. ' A Ctrrai Flay. Last nlfht I had the great pleasure of playing "The Girl I Left Behind Me" company at Peru The company is one of the most capable companies I have had this year, and the performance waa the bait thing I have presented thin season In high class comedy. S. B. PATTERSON, Manager. • The Evolution Of medicinal agents U gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extract* to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that IB manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For •ale by all leading druggists. Jtivuce. The fanoe announced to be given by the Fortnight Revel en on the 33d has been postponed to May lit. The club will (Tire a grand May pola dance at th« rink on that night, it don't forgot YOUK SAME IS PRINT- Items of a Personal Character Concerning 4oirin«porter« and Thel* In the city yesterday: J. A. Foy of Elkhart. John Eerr of LaPorte. W. D. Taylor of Peru. H. H. Moore of Marion. J. J. Sutton of Winamac. J. W. Bartlett of Muncie. Geo. Freebour o' Lucerne. John R. Tyson of Hoovers. Editor Fornehel of the Elwood Call- Leader. James Murdock of Lafayette, ex- warden of prison north. John Painter is at Anoka for a few days. Mrs. George Murphy Is at Peru for a visit. Albert Ammons is at Adamsboro to spend Sunday. Councilman Boyer 'Is preparing to remodel his home. James Murdock of Lafayette, was In the city yesterday. Judge T. J. Tuley was at Peru yes. terday on business. Mrs. O. A. Means la sick at her home on North street. P. H. McGreevy was here from Peru on business yesterday. Ed Gray of Peru, went home yesterday after a two days' stay. Mrs. J. W. Ballard and children are at Delphi visiting relatives. Q. A. Myers was at Elwood, Madl- gon county, on business yesterday. Mrs. H. E. Mooro has returned from Winona,Mlnn., after an extended vlBit. Horace Knowlton is here from Purdue university at Lafayette to speed Sunday. Deputy Proaecutor Qeorge W. Walters made a business trip to Winamao yesterday. Miss Jessie Washburn IB at Royal Center to spend Sunday with Miss Lillian Veeeella. Mrs. Henry Bierhaust, of Indiana polls, Is the guest of Mra. J. T. Elliott of North street. The Misses Emma and Rose Clay and Clara Keplinger of Peru, are visit- Ing Mrs. Wm. Boerger Mrs. Clarence Barr has returned to her home at Crown Point after a visit with Mrs. S. B. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bennett will reach this city this week for a visit with Mr. Bennett's parents, Miss Marion Treat went to Chicago yesterday after spending a week In Loganeport with her pupils. Mrs, S Eberllne and son Harry of Fort Wayne will spend Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J/W. Wefel. • Dr, E. H. Grace was at Winamac Friday to attend the commencement exercises of the Wlnam&o high school. Mrs. Joseph Merrill and daughter Katharine are the guests of Mrs. Mer. rill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gray at Peru. N. G. Worth of Indianapolis, assistant superintendent of the Bell telephone company was In the olty yesterday on business. George A. Weiss was here from Cbl. cago Friday on business connected with the Interests of the Columbia Brewing company. Kokomo Dispatch: Miss Maggie Sullivan has returned to her home at Logansport, after a visit with the family of W. H. McCarty. Mra. Charles MoClaln of Kentltnd, came in last night to make an extended visit whhher eister-in»law, Mrs. Eva Smith of No. 1115 George street. Mrs. Palmer of Chicago is here for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs Palmer Is one of Chicago's noted lady cyclists,, and was the winner of a big century last fall. Miss Georgia Chambera ol Frankton and Miss E*hel Townsend of Anderson were here jeaterday on their way home from Chicago, and were fora few hours, the guests of the family of W R Lowe. The Rev. T, S. Guthrle went to Crawfordsvllle yesterday and will today Institute a new Universalist church at that place. His pulpit will will be filled today by the Rsv Fosher of Pendleton . Peru Chronicle: Mrs. Jos Merrill and little daughter Katharine arrived in the city from Logansport this morning ____ Charles Eckstein and Clarence Hall returned from Logansport laet night ____ O. P Mobler went to Logansport thll afternoon. An Opporttulty Tf 111 he given to all men to hear the Rev. D. B- Lucas, D. D , of Indlanap- Olli, thll afternoon 'at 3 o'clock in the railroad T. M. C. A. Tne: doctor la one «f the prominent preachers in the State and will te tureto interest all who jro to hear him. ^ ,-i Opera, Piccadilly and Spare Toe Ladie's Dress Shoes, all Soli! 82 CENTS- LOWEST PRICE EVER NAMED. C3 CO C«O C/3 Boys sweaters T-' 0 Mens ' " the SI kind colors cardinal, blue, ecru -ISc Mens outing shirts, cut large 22c Mens and Boys percale shirts, lanDdried, with collar attached, 39c Boys shirt waists, finest French percale, laundiied, newest designs ^c Mothers Friend, unlaundried, all strictly new patterns 3Sc Calico waists at half price 15o Cnilds tan and black Oxford ties...00c Old ladies serge congress gaiters...50c Meng Balbriggan underwear sold Hummer at 50c 19° The best Waist on earth,-with Stockliie Sap- summer 0,1 <ivo porters to match. Mothers, your boys can't pull his buttons ott'wlth a Bee Walston. He can't pull them off, no matter how THE he tries. IMPROVED BEE WAIST, Mens -toe ^suspenders- v.lfc ileus 50i " gold trimmed -3Sc Best blue overalls »nd ;\vaist 75c the suit for TSc Misses kid button shoes $1 kind...50c. Ladies Oxford ties, patent tip 50c Tan shoes, Prince Alberts, all solid *1.0C Mens base ball shoes 50c L. A. W. bicycle shoes, inens boys and youths $!•*» Onlaundried shirts, long and short bosom, pure linen bosom and linen;iined,;all lesgths ofjsleeves worthfll for We. 3 to 10 Years. Whll» or Gny. Price, 50 Cents. The above prices are to change dull times into brisk. DuM 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 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. ADDITIOXAfc Edward M. Rofelty and Emma A. Wood are licensed towed. To Mr. aud Mrs, John Maloney of west Market street, a daughter. Minnie Williams and Tootsie Peak were discharged from jail yesterday. William Gates, charged with larceny, was laat night arrested by constable Blnney. A now fire-alarm box, No. 19, has been placed at the corner of Sycamore and Columbia streets, John Glfford, who has been accused Of assault and battery, was placed behind the bars last night. Mrs. Thomaa Reed, who haa been confined to her West Side home with sickness, la said to be recovering. Brick laying has been begun on the new parochial school building on the StTvinoBnt de Paul's churoh property. The machinery is again moving at Obenchain & Boyer's flouring mill where a new compound engine has just been put In. Sells Bros, advertising car No, 2, en route from Marion to Anderson passed through here yesterday morning. Interior improvements and decora tlons hare recently been made at the establishment of Kuhl & Co. at 4H Market street. Charles Berkshire has purchased for $2,000 the iast of the Henry Harvey estate in Boone township. The piece contains 80 sores. William Haley wa» locked up last night for being disorderly on the street. William was undoubtedly drunk and was so slated. G. A Giae of Boone township and Prof. Aubury of Headiee are announced as candidates for the position of prln^ oipul of the Royal Center schools. Today the Very Rev. M, E Campion will take occasion to answer the address of Chaplain MoCabe, made during the recent M. E conference In the • city- The funeral of Mra. Garver of Wash Ington township will leave the house at 2 p. m. instead of 10 a m. as announced by yesterday's evening paper. Fox & Dunkleberg'a horse ran away yesterday when left unhitched on Market street, and before It was slopped rao into the barred end of the Market street The damage done was slight. Robert D. Petera has been made the southwestern manager for the Kltnball Piano and Organ company of Cnicas'o, and his headquarters will be at Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. Peters wa? form erly an Instrument dealer in, Loee.no- port. A permanent Injunction has been given against the Lngansport natural gas company in Howard county to prevent them sinking a gas well on property adjoining the residence of W-m S. Lancaster of that county. An appeal has been taken. William Deverill. who- waa recently arrested.at Lafayette for alleged em bezztement of funds belonging to th? Prudential Life Insurance company has been indicted,by the grand jury o Tipoecanoe county, and his trial ha* been »et for April 29th. HIM Blanche Lamont who WM recently murdered in a church at San Fr»Dclico «u baptised by ROT: U. J- Norris about Mteeo years ago Mr. Norrls at tkt.V.tlme WM stationed at For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Jbfr Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER HBftDS INVITfVTIONS NOTEttEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, CrtRDS, ENVELOPES rt SPEClrtL-TY. You get our figures and we'll'd* the work. Do not fail to k call oc the JOURNAL for Job Printin Dillon, Mont., where the murdered girl's family lived and whose pastor Mr. Norris way. Remington's new census shows up a population of. 1,125 bnna fide residents —520 males and 605 females. The Press claims that Remington Is now the largest town between Logan&porf and Etfner except Montlcello. It is said that Sol Smith Russell has written to the well known young actor, Clarence Bennett, asking for a conference with him looking to an engagement of his services for next season. Mr. Bennett's friends will be glad to hear that he Is making a name among those who promise to rank high In the profession. Yan4a!la tine Excnrnlonn. Logansport to Indianapolis and return on sale April 23d and 94th, good returning April 26th. Rate $3 15. Logansport to Indianapolis and return April 29lh to May 1st Inclusive, good returning May 2d. Rate f2-35. Trains leave Logansp«rt 7:34 a. m , arrive at Indianapolis 10:45 a. m. Leave Logansport 2:50 p. m., arrive at Indianapolis 6:15 p m. J. C EDGEWORTH, Ag't. Home SeekrrH' Excurnlon to Michigan Polntn. via Vandalln Lloe. On May 7, 1895, Vandalia Line will sell to various points in Michigan, excursion tickets at one fare for the routd trip. For full particulars call on any Vanda'.ia Line agent, or address E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis. Mo- Low Kates to Imll«n«pall», Tin Vnn- daila M»r. For the K. of E. Encampment at Indianapolis, the Yrindalia Line will sell from points In Indiana, on April 29. 30. and May 1 1895. excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip Tickets good returning to and including May 2, 1895 A Hd« u« EtffJ OH In May be Insured to ladle* by using Zoa- Fhora at the critical period of change of life. Sold by B F. Keeellng at 4 ConlMD&Co. AJTCNEMEKTH. D OL.ANS OPRRA HOCNE. S. B. PATTERSON, MAHAOER. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Monday, April "Best American [Play."—X. I. Herald. THE GIRL. I LEFT BEHIND ME. BY DAVID BBLAHC* AND : . . FKAXKLYN FYXE*. MANiGQTENT OF CHAS. FROHMAN. PresenUd In the fame manner B seen for 500 nights m New York; Iflt nights In Chicago: 158 nlgbtn 1- Bonton Advance wile opens Friday. a» Jobndton'B Drug Store. troi^ra i ^t floor SI. 75c, SOc, PRICES, I Balcony OOc, 250. It Meant The prince, of Wales is said-to havo-ar. extraordinary and accurate knotvledgfc of the si jns, colors and membership o£ all orders of merit It is a matter in. which he permits no trifling, .too. At » recent state ball, a beautiful young girl wore a glittering jeweled decoration on her breast. She danced opposite the prince. When the quadrille was ove^ he said, penlly: "That is a boautifnl ornament. May I ask to whom it belongs?" '"To Lord Blank," said th.6 frightened girl; "he is my fiance. He allows me to' wear it." "Can you -sat. fasten it easily?" "Yes. your higfr ness." "Then may 1 ask you to take to off, and to tell Lord Clank tliat it mean* something more than a bit.of gold-arid • a few diamonds to be worn merely a* an ornament, even by a charming woman?" ^ EJTCJeveiand is taking: care of the cuckoos who were tamed -dowa by their constituents at the congressional elections last fall. "Buck" Kilgore, ol . Texas, whose title to fame rests on hi« feat of kicking down a door of the house of representatives, "has been' made judjje of .the Southern district of the Indian territory, while the northern jndgeship goes, to the bonnding- Spriascr, of Illinois. Two party back» given soft bertha—that is all there M to it—Toledo Blade.

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