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April 21, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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UnflertaKers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In IFURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S. 428 BROADWAY £nd Floor. Justice Block. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, O13 Broadway. 00CKBURN BROS. jjonoy to Loun on Mortcngs Security on Easy Monthly Piiyinenbt. TTe Wrlto FI», Life, Acclilont. Plate Glass and Tornado lusoriuice. Buy and Soli Real Estate Call nnil See Cs, Otllce Rooms 2 and 3 Spry Building. DAILY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21 Mies Emma Cohee of Third-street IB itck. Mrs. A. B. Rosa Is recovering from rpainful illaeas. All street cars will run lo the park after 11 a. m. today. This week John Coulaon will Bell you.moth balls for 3 cents a pound. Dr. D. K. liiicas of Indianapolis, i»Ul speak to men this afternoon at Jhe rooms of the railroad Y. M. C. A. Frank M. Wagner has sued Ed Truax Jor-po»968»loo o! a lot on the North ,31de. 'Squire Lalng will hear the case •tomorrow. No action on the Market street ttrldge matter will be taken by the oounty oommssloners until lometlme aeit week. . Call and aee our shirt waists, capos red skirts, and be convinced that we 2utve no competition as to price; quail- fcr, make and fit—Trade Palace. JB break occurred Friday evening In lie trolley wire of the street railway sompany at Twelfth street. The part- lag was repaired lo thirty minuted. Mr*. L. M. Beck. Stato President of We W. C. T. U. will oooupy the pulpit of the Baptist church this morning at 10:30 a. m. All are cordially invited- Appreciate—"Well, 1 guess 10." People go wild over a new itook of tae clothing such at It found only at «he Broadway clothing" store, 426 Broadway—Jos. G. Grace. Dress goods and silks will be great' ty reduced at the Bee Hive's anniversary sale tomorrow. Three per cent. of their sales will be donated to the 91 Joseph Hospital. Help swell the jalea. The last edition of the Catholic Columbian, published at Columbus, Ohio, contained a portrait of Miss Isther MoGovern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terence MoGovern of this city. Miss Esther is a contributor to the jjivenlle columns of the paper. Catholic Record: Rev. Father B. Martman has boon assigned momentarily, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Rademachor aa ahaplaia of St. Joseph's hospital, Lo- janeport. The name of Father Hartman is familiar to our readers for his forcible and .learned contributions to Ibis paper. IV. C. T. U. Hcliool of Hethodd. Fountain City Enterprise: Tne following counties, Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Wabaeb and Miaul will unite in a W. C. T. U. school Of Methods at Flora April 23 and 24, opening at 9:30 a, m. . There will »e local county and State workers to assist In carrying: out a a carefully prepared program under ibe direction of the State Superintend, ent, Mlse Mary H&dley, -Bloomlngdale, Ind. Friends of the cause will find a hearty welcome, and all reform and Christian societies are invited to send fraternal delegates. The Womans' Christian Temperance Union builds upon the foundation atone which was rejected of men" Christ in the heart and Hie, Christ' 1n the home and church, and Christ In the home and government, abstain- ence for Individuals, and prohibition for the State, no license, no compromise, high protection for the children, no protection for King Alcohol. W. C. T. U. ladles are requested to come prepared to give your helpful experience In the work. Come with your bible readings, and come expecting to take part In the discussions and class exercises. A VJeanaat Wedding Anniversary. A hippy surprise celebration waa that given nFrlday night at the home and in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gottsohall of Noblo township. About evenly friends : and neighbors of the >appy pair were present, and an elaborate lunch was served. Many appropriate gifts were made Mr. and tfrs. Gottschall, the a£fair being arranged to celebrate their fifteenth wedding anniversary. The work of putting in a proper wall at the water works race is pro • grassing rapidly, but it will take a month to complete it. The structure 8 being built of quarried stone, aet in emont and on the side toward the river it slopes considerably, instead of presenting a vortical sur/ace as did he former wall that waa broken down by the weight of the water. Ad Cup>y is doing the stone work. ' Notice All members I. O. O. F. are requested to meet at their hall at 1:30 p. m. Oday (Sunday) to attend the funeral of Dr. F. Bismarck. CHAS. YOUNG, Seo'y Gen'l Relief Com. An Easy Way to Clean Tan Shoes. and Black What is there that spoils the appearance of a nice dress or suit more .ban a dirty or rusty pair 9t shoes. The way to keep them looking nice is to have Filling's artist clean i,b.ein for you. No charge. Surely t is the easiest way to keep, your hoes nice. We will clean your rubbers and hoes, and polish them free of oharge. We keep a man who is an .rtist at the business, expressly for he work. Ladies and gentlemen, >oys and girls all are welcome to ree shines as often as yon want hem providing you are Filling's cns- omers. If we forget to give you a hine card ask for it, we assure you, ou are welcome. Liwc W. PuLms. 413] Broad way. The Columbia single tube tire eeins to have established a record or holding air. A Toledo rider re- orts that his tire was pumped up in Oct., 1893, and did not need to be nflated again until April 14, 1894. Jnrely that tire knew how to hold ts own. See samples at LING. W- FILLING'S, Shoe House, 412 Broadway. If you want your lace curtains to ook the same aa new, send them to us for lanndrying. A long experience n this line of work enables us to uarantee satisfaction. 439 Market St. to Those Wh* Expect] to Try f«r Place* OB the Eligible last In reference to the examinations for the clerks and carriers for the post of* See. to be held by'the local board Saturday, June 1st, 1895 the civil service commission takes the opportunity of stating that the examinations are open to all reputable citizens who may desire to enter the postal service, wholly without regard to their political affiliations. All such citizens, whether Democrats or Republicans, or neither, are invited to apply. They shall be examined, graded and certified with entire Impartiality, and wholly without regard to their political views, for to any consideration, save their efficiency, as shown by the grades they obtain in the examination.' Blank applications for the examination can be obtained by the secretary of the local board at the postoffioe. Age limit: persons making applications for clerk must be at least eighteen (IS) years, of age, and for carrier, over twenty-one (21) and under forty (40)ysaraof age. Applications must be filed before the hour of closing business Monday, May 13, 1895, (6 o'clock p. ED.) T. E. WlLDEK, Secretary Local Board. Cbiora Wreckage. Michigan Ciiy News: Frank Krue. ger picked up a life preserver about four miles up the east beach yesterday afternoon. The letters "Chic" were etill on the preserver, and the letters "ora" were partly washed off but an impression of them still remained. One cork waa alao missing from it, but aside from this the preserver was practically in good condition. More wreckage is reported to be on the beach about the same distance out. The propeller Roanoke, which ar« rived In port yesterday afternoon from' Man!nee, sighted considerable Chl- oora wreckage on her trip. Cabin work and deckage were seen about thirty miles off this port, and broken wreckage of all descriptions was float, ing in mldlake. The Roanoke also encountered considerable Ice on her trip up the lake but no ice obstructed her passage on the return. She departed this afternoon for Manistee. «Jo Went! Go Weat! Cheap rates to Kansas City and all other points West and Southwest. Cut rate ticket office, Murdock Ho. tel. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. lor Ed KelB, who has been sick some time, is able to be out again. Amanda Losler of Logansport has bsen granted an original widow's pension. Mrs. Delbold Schumber la reported seriously sick at her home on the South Side. Indianapolis News: Logansport is handsomely preparing to entertain the Northern Indiana Editorial .Association, Help swell the sales at the Bee Hive'* anniversary Bale tomorrow, They will give 3 per cent, of their sales to the St. Joseph Hospital. Bar. gains. The brief In the matter of Reily Ellis, appellant vs. the State of Indiana, has been filed in the Supreme court. The brief was prepared by Judge D. H. Chaae. Anniversary sale at the Bee Hive tomorrow. They will donate. 3 per cent, of their sales to the St. Joseph Hospital. Help swell the sales. Bargains in every department. An opertalon for a cancerous tumor was yesterday morning performed by Dr. T. M. Hatch and assistants on J. H. Hendee the aged father of the Insurance agent. The operation was successful. Owing to an unavoidable accident at the city's electric light plant the lights were extinguished for a few minutes about eight o'clock last even. Ing, The trouble was remedied as aoon as possible. Rev, E, W. Molntosh will give a thrilling account of life In Anderson, vlile prison on Wednesday evening nest at G. A. B. hall under the auspices of the Ladies of the G. A. B. Admission 10 cents, A patriotic entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Ladles of the G. A, R. next Wednesday evening at the G. A. R. halL Besides a thrilling account of life ;in Anderson- vlile prison ;by Eev, E. W. Molntosh, there will be other interesting features. Royal Center Record: Miss Lillian Kistler was at home this week visiting her parent*. She returned to Logans. port with Mrs.Vernon Friday Cory McCabe has moved his family from Logansport and will occupy the Washburn property on south Chicago street. He will work with his brother Ora at painting and house decorating. opa In X*Kan*port—A. Dea* Wife Turns Up. Eighteen years-'ago' occurred the wedding at Philadelphia of John Shuttrumpf, For nany years Mrf. Josephine Ibhuttrumpf has been counted as. dead bv John, who is a shoe maker on . the South Side. So sure was John that his wife was defunct that he took a second mate over eight years ago, and when the original helpmeet turned up. coming from Philadelphia and calling on John yesterday, he was, to 'say tha least, astonished. * Her appearance caused a sensation. John begun proceedings for a divorce from his first wife yesterday and will, upon securing the separation have another wedding, securing to him by stronger ties, wife No. 2. Dr. i'red BlsmarcK. Dr. Fred Bismarck, who died a few daya ago at Denver, Col., of consumption, waa born at Newport, Ey., but was raised in Cincinnati, where In his youth he learned the cigar makers' trade. He located in Logansport when still a youth, and was employed by John Mulcahey until a few years ago. It was the young man's ambition to fit himself for the practice of medicine, and to that end he studied with Dr. J. B. Shullz and at the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati from which he graduated in 1893, and began the practice of his profession In Illinois. He had to give up his duties a few months ago because of his falling health, and when one left for Denver, Colorado, after a short visit here, It was with the hope that he might be benefited by the mountain climate. The change of location did him no good, and the dread disease ran Its course and claimed Its victim. Dr. Bismarck was a member of the Cigarmakers' Union. He waa an ardent champion of organized labor, and was one of the first movers In the organizing of the Loganaport Trade? Assembly, and all plans for the forwarding of the interests of the labor, ing man. The clgarmakera will attend the funeral in a body, as will the Odd Fellows The services will be conducted by the Rev. J. B. Fosher of Pendleton.and will ba held at 2:30 p. m. today from the residence of Mrs. Bismarck's parents, Mr. and Mra. Duckworth, No. 409 North street. "SketchflH of Wonderland." The Northern Pacific railroad com. pany's elegant tourist's book, "Sketches of Wonderland," probably the most elegant and artistic circular ever la sued by a railroad company, has reached thia office. The chapters on Yellowstone Park and Mouat Rainer are of especial interest, having been prepared by Mr. Wheeler, an eminent traveler and writer. The illustrations are magnificent. ALoil Bar. For several hours last night Mrs. Wm. Catlln of Third street, was almost frantic because of the absence of her seven-year-old son, Willie. He was not at home from 4 o'clock until 10, and a diligent search was in progress when he at last showed up. He has been found asleep la a doorway by a policeman, who woke him up and started him- homeward. Meeting a New Pastor. The Rev. W. E. Snyder, ^who takes charge today of the Evangelical church of this city, taking the place of the Rev. S. J. Zaiohial, was being introduced by the retiring pastor among the members of the flock yesterday. The Rev, Snyder Is a young man who comes with good recommendations. Aimed at the Cat. Three shots fired in rapid succession about midnight last night in the neighborhood of the coumty jail, caused some excitement. The revolver wss in the hands of an unknown sleepy citizen, and was pointed in the direction of a party of loud voiced feline serenaders. Hoot* Seeker*' Excursion. The Wabash will sell round trip tickets for one fare plus $2, on TUB'S. day, April 23. 1895, to points in the West and Southwest. For limit of tickets and stop-overs and other information, apply to A. C. NATLOE, Ag't. Tell Your Neunb«rB Tomorrow is the Bee Hive's first an-, nlversaryat their present location. They will donate 3 per cent, of their sales to the St. Joseph Hospital. Help swell their sales. Bargains in every department for the good of the cause. Tbe «rand Jnrj'n War*. The recent grand jury returned thirty-five indictments, and the Sheriff said yesterday that they gave him and his assistants more work than any grand jury during his administration. Xotlc* to Frtvmt* Ice Consumers. John Baker gives $1 coupon ice book free to private families and Ice at the rate of 25 cents per hundred. In Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS.,; Underselling everybody because the stylbs are all original and the makes are all our own. That's the reason we are underselling everybody. Men's Scotch suits, $5; Men's Clay Worsted Suits, $5; Boy's Scotch suits, up to 19 years, $3.50; Children's suits, 2 to 14 years. 98 cents. Nobby Reefer suits, $2.50. See north show window at the Fashion Store. Everybodycordially invited. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. New York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trousering© Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 510 Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At Wf\LKER & Rf\UCH. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. MOTHERS! If you want to dress your little ones in Up- To-Date Clothing!see my line of Combination, Reefer, Junior and Jersey Suits. They have never been equaled in Logansport. JOS. G 4261BROADWAY. IS:

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