Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 23, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 23, 1895
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•Pa»saTiiiiaaaaaaT«»^aaaaa»a«^^^^^^—— M > ^ ^ - •-'— ^—— ••-••! 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 TJ^s 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 adornedjour body. TUCKER &YOUNG, TflB PEflRL STRBET TfllLORS. & S$$0 LE A L ESTATE INTELLIGENCE .LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFER, llrt BronUwiiy. Over Hnuk's Jewelry Store. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, Matchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Johnston's DrnK Stori. Broad- and Fourth streets. Formerly with J. D. lor, .Ail work warranted. Glvelilnnicall. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING. AKRtL 23. Moth proof bags—Trade Palace. | MoKeen's steam laundry—good work The Lions defeated tbe Scrubs at Be baH Sunday by a score of 20 to 0 e saloon of George Holvle ha en moved Into the opera hous L. Emraott Is suffering from an In try to his eye, resulting from a flying tlvor of steel. j A pleasant party was given on r ght recently by Mr. and Mrs. Mlk ojle at their homo on tho Norll Ide. | William Bowers is said to be al ; dead from an attack of typhoi (leumonla at bla home In Burnetts Hie. ^ Batty, riding bailiff, who wa Ipimed dangerously sick Sunda; fht, waa said to be slightly improved bsterday. | Are you all ttlredout, do you hav > tired feeling or sick headache ou can be relieved of all these by nig Jood's Sarsaparilla. ICharles Weeks,a tenant on the farm I iry Williams, reports the loss o |20 John Deere breaking plow, tha i thinks was stolen from his place Iturday night. I Sheriff Homburg has received ner from a man la tbe far south. io desires information with regard | John Swaim,the man of short mero- who thicks he Interred $80.000 In ilaoa, but who can't recall just |>ere the grave la located. Swalm IB to be dangerously sick at the ne of Wabash relatives. A FATAL ACCIDENT. Awarded Honors—World'* Fair. •DHL- » CREAM WAKING POWDfR [MOST PERFECT MADE. iritjGnpc Cream tTartarPowder. Free i Arnmonii, Alum o. viy other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. An F,lghl-Ve»r-Old .Daughter oftt. W I*«t«er»on of JiokMun Town- Mblp Burned 10 l»euth-A BtrlCKen Family, Death In a terrible form entered the family of Mr. and Mrs. Geo W. Patterson of Jackson township, Satur. day night, the 'victim being their eight-year old daughter, who was fearfully burned Friday while playing near a heap of burning logs in a clear- Ing not far from the house. The blaze In somo way caught her cloth. Ing, and the burns on her body were such as to cause Intense agony and at last to cause her death. All that pos- blbly could be done to save her life, was done by the sorrowing parents and relatives, but the little one was beyond human help, and died Saturday night. Her pain only passed away when life ceased. The sincere sympathy of the community Is extended to ijthe grief stricken father and mother. The funeral was held yesterday at the house conducted by the Rev. Patrick of the Unlvorsallst church. Interment was made In the I. O. O. F. cemetery at Galvoston. Rhine-Apple. At the home of the bride'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Apple, at Walton, 'Squire H J. Culver performed a marriage ceremony Sunday that made Wm. Rhine and Miss Martha Apple man and wife. The groom IB a well known and prosperous farmer In Tlpton township, and the bride is one Of Walton's moat popular daughters. The Kiolatlon . 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 860 that Is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all loading druggists. A Liarrenj C««« Continued. The caie of Wm. Catea charged with the theft of a pair of log chiUns. wag continued yesterday In 'Squire Bight's court, and will come up for trial Saturday. The defendant, who waa placed In jail Saturday night by constable Binney. Is a brother of Rosa Gates. The complaining witness is CharJes Putorbaug-h. Ladle* Thrown From As Mrs, William Boerger and Miss Shade of Peru went outdriving yesterday afternoon and its they were approaching the Pan Handle tracks near Jbl's mills, their horse became Tightened at a horsn running loose, ind upset the huggy, throwing the iccupantB out. Neither of the ladies were iniursd but the buggy was badly broken. Jk nirtd Ctrl TTinttd! 1 'Not by me! Since using Zoa-Phora can do my own work. It is Woman's rlend. indeed " So say scores of women today. Sold by Coulson & Co nd B F. Keesllnir. No better chance will ever be offer* ed to buy prime DOW suits at 20 per ent. rebate—Harry Frank. YOUR NAME 13 PBLNT. Itcma of • Personal Character Con cernlnic JjOgnnnporterH and 'Their PrleuflH. In the city yesterday: Jerome Herff of Peru. Samuel Slern of Kokomo. William C. Smith nf Delphi. E. F. Martin and E. J.Eisermann of Lafayette. E. P. Doming and J. E, Underwood of Frankfort. Sid Kauflman was at Kokcmo Sunday. Frank McKlnney was at Cincinnati Sunday. Gurney Wlnslow is here from Chicago. Will Swlgart waa at Kokomo Sunday visiting friends. Mra. John R.Pratt Is visiting friends in Indianapolis.' J. H. Penroae was at Kokomo [yesterday on business. Miss Mame Lux leaves today for a visit in Indianapolis. Judge N. 0. Rose visited with J. C. Kratzer of Peru Sunday. Miss Emma Stewart of Kokomo, is visiting friends in the city. The Rev. Dr. Mesalng was here Sunday from Indianapolis. Walter Petty of Muncle, was in the city yesterday on business. Mathlas Masnena Is thla week visit- Ing friends at New London. T. W Purkey is atClnclnnati In ihe interests of Wm.Grace & Co. Dwight Powell was at Lafayette Sunday, a guest of Carl Green. Julius Oppenheimer of Lafayette called on friends here Sunday. Wash Cahlll of G»s City, was the guest of his sliter here Sunday. Mrs- Aaron Lane ot Tlpton Is In the city vlaltlng relatives and friends. John MoCarty of Peru, spent Sunday in the city the guest of friends. Morria Myeratein of the Lafayette Courier vlalted In Logansport Sunday. Mrs. Kate Slough of Walton, was the guest of Loganaport friends Sunday. Miss Anna Hasaett of Kentland la visiting Mrs. Sam Roeder of the West Side. Mrs, Frank Hanley and children are at Richmond for a visit with rela. lives. Mr. Wolf, at present employed in Chicago, spent Sunday here with frlenda. C. 8. Kraut, who has been at Indianapolis for a week, has returned home. Mrs. Kate Burke of Indianapolis, Is thla week a guest of Mrs. Lewis Grim in this city. Miss Hattie Barnhart has gone to Indianapolis for a visit with relatives and friends. Cotner Barnstt will represent the Eastern Stars at the Indianapolis meet Ing today. Misses Eva Ferguson and Loretta O'Gonnell are here from Peru for a visit with frienda. Miss Cady has returned to Indianapolis after a visit with her brother, Dr. N. W. Cady. Court bailiff Ed Black was at Twelve Mile yesterday, called by the reported illneaa of his mother. Mrs. Frank Keller of WInamic, will be here tomorrow for a Bhort vlalt on her way to Indianapolis. Miss Clara Kllllnger and the Misses Rise and Emma Clay of Peru, are visiting relatives and friends in the city. Henry Hagenbuck and family of north Sixth street, are entertaining Mrs, William Carr, of Minneapolis, Minn. Asat Superintendent Johnson, the Prudential Life Insurance man, is at Delphi on bueine-s. to remain several daya. The Rev. Father Qulnlan of Monterey, 111., was here yesterday a short time on his way to Union City for a visit. ' D. W. Marquis, who has been at Peru trying to organize a spring race meet, returned homo yesterday morning. Hon. Isaac Baumgarner of Walton waa yesterday In the city on his way to j Shelbyvllle to visit relatives and frlenda. W G L\Fol',et of Rintpul, 111., ia TANS $1,98. Narrow, Square and Razor Toes, The 82c Ladies' in Narrow, Square, Opera and Razor Toes, Oxford Ties 50c in Ladies' Masses' ant Children's. OTTO KRAUS. out with forty fire enthusiastic mem bers. J. N. Roach has returned to For Wayne after spending- several dayi In an effort to organize a Phcealx building and loan association la Lo ganeport. Misses Dessle Diebert. Ida Clifton and Grace Goldsmith, returned yeater da; morning- to their home at Peru after spending Sunday with Miss Edith Skinner. Mlee Effia Wilson was the guest unday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Wilson of Tlpton township dies Wilson is a teacher in the Peru public schools. Mr. and Mrs, John Miller and Mr. acd Mrs. Will Miller of Deacon, and E K Slough of Hartsdale, were the guests. Sunday, of the families of Al. Slough and W. H. Rlcheson. •The «.Ul 1 Left Itehlnd Me." At DoUn's opera house last night one of'-the best balanced theatrical companies appearing here this season, presented to a large and deeply sympathetic audience Belasco and Fyle's great rnelo drama of military life in Montana, "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Very little can be said of the presentation by the capable players, excapt in unqualified and • emphatic praiae. The play in itself is a really wonderful piece of work. It has been called "the beat American play." The fact that it is enthusiastically met wherever it Is presented indicates that it is a successful play. While it tells graphically and vividly of scenes and deeds of blood and thunder, there is, all through, the.spirit of the time, and of the customs prevailing in the modern garrison, truthfully shown, and e.ven the rattle of the fire arms during the progress of the battle with the Black feet Indians, la subdued so that the ears of the auditors • are not offended. Where the work of all ia admirable, it is difficult to pick for commendation, individual players. Selene Johnson as Kate Kennion, waa certainly entitled to the warm applause she received. She gave a wonderfully natural interpretation of the strong part, showing the heroism, the passionate love and all the emotions In tended to be thrown into the scenes she so conscientiously helped develop. June Collins as Lucy Hawksworth was an ardent and just forward.enough lover of bashful Private Jones to tbor oughly please the audience. Wilbur's Ann, who did her hair in a 'sicky'' knot to please her joung admirer, and who stopped "cussin" for bis sake, was taken with dash and vivacity by Vivla Ogden. who was not too pretty to be real. The careful work of W. H. Stuart as General Kennion, Mart E Heisey ADIUTIO.XAL, ITE.TIS. Mrs. John Black is said to be dangerously ill. Mrs. Allen Lewie is unable to walk on account of rheumatism. The Logac sport base ball team will play at Lafayette Friday. Mrs. R. J. Bruce, after a sickness of many weeks, is able to be out again. An Infant child of county auditor Powell Is dangerously sick with brain fever. John Holberg of St. Paul, has taken a position with Tucker & Young, the tailors. At the auditor's office preparation 8 are going on for the May settlement with the State. John Glfford of Galveston, charged with assault and battery, was yesterday discharged by the Mayor. Three new members were taken through the mysteries at the hall of tLe Princes of the Orient last night. The seventy- sixth anniversary of the foundation of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will *o observed Friday. The regular monthly convention of the Eal township Sunday schools will be held Friday night at the South Side U. B. church. "Toots" Peak and Minnie Williams who were discharged from jill Satur,. day, were yesterday given fifteen days each by the mayor. Daniel Tolen of Daer Creek town. ship who spent Sunday in jail for an alleged plain drunk, paid a fine In the Mayor's court yesterday. The special musical program was to be given at the Episcd./is church Sunday waa omitted owing to the illness of Prof. Alexander Barr. Supt. Morrlssey has in his posses. siou a child's purse found Sunday containing a Bum of money. The loser may regain it by describing property. Those members of the local division. U. R, K. of P., who intend going to Indianapolis Monday to attend the Supreme meeting of the Uniform Bank are expected to meet Thursday night at the armory. Joe. RetnbuEch and Max Smith of rankfort, will locate in the city and become members of the Military band. dr. Rembuach has already secured a position here. Both are fine musl- AJIDSEMENTS. D OI.,.<LN«t OPKKA HOUSE. s. B. PATTERSON, SUJUGKR. OSE MIGHT ONLY. Friday, April 26. A $20,000 production: Ed. F. D«fc magnlUceut scenic production of tb» orlelnal dramatization orilr» Stowtfc Immortal novel •^ Uncle Tom's Cabin! 50 people; 20 ponies, bnrros und donkeys; n original Plantation Jabll«o Singers. A packet mim-iwitlnjr Siberian bloodhounds Incl idlng AJiix tin J5.000 beauty. See Cncle Toin anffi Ills typical Southern ox-curt. 2 bairis of music. All this In our Grand Free Street Display! Tie sl^ht o[ a life time. Price*—25.50 and T5c. Advance sale opens Wednesday Cashier Heltbrlnk recklessly stated hat he saw ice when be arose yester- ay morning and the clerks at the State National Bank forever lost faith n his character for truth and veracily. He still insists however that it was not a dream. Our grand special fa'.e yesterday as Major Burleigh and Duncan Preston | was a howling success; the low prices the gueal of I. N. Cash the liveryman. Mr. LaFollet'e fine coach horse is exhibited at Cash's barn. Miss Maude Grant of Indianapolis, was here yesterday for a short time the guest of Mra. Harry Kapp, proceeding on her way to Wolcott last evening. The Rev. T. S. Guthrle returned yesterday from Crawfordsvllle where, he organized a UniversalUt"- socletyJ The new church which, will be known ai St. Paul's Universall»t church, start*' as the guilty, selfish cowardly Lieut Parlow, added much to the pleasant finish of the .production. E. E Me- Fadden in the lines of Lieut. Hawksworth early secured aud firmly held the sympathy of the audience, which could but admire the man who made captive.tby kindness, the daughter of "Scar Brow" the Indian chief. His triumph In Ihe end was all that was needed & satisfy .the crowd. Frederick Hood as Dr. .Arthur Panwick and William! Lee as-'Soar Brow," were both gcojd, and the minor'''parts were 'very we $ taken , -_ .'.'•• Lakei Michigan 1> being, dragged for the wreck of the 7 steamer Chicora. The wort was begvmat St. Joseph. oo silks and dresa goods proved the greatest hit we ever had, and to accommodate those who did not get wal ed upon we will continue same all this week. Coma with the crowds to the Trade Palace. Mra. Beck of Bloomlngtoo, State president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, addressed a good audience last night at ihe Broadway Methodist church, on the work of that association of noble Christian women. Her most impressive disc ourse was heard with deep interest. Dr. H. £. Truax filled the Univer. sallst pulpit Sunday morning. The Reir. Fot her of Pendleton,. who wai here to Oil the Rev. T. 8. Gathrie't place, was called to conduct a funerat Sunday morning. Be was able to preach In the evening, however, and made a strong address on the theme, "God Is Love." A "cookie" social given last eight at Castle hall by the RathboneSistere. waa a very pleasant affair and wan much enjoyed by the Knlghte and: Others who attended. Tomorrow will occur the weddlngbt John 31ake of this city and Miss .'Nora, Woodlingof Tipton township. Tie marriage will be solemnized at the home of the bride's parents. Northern District Y. H. C. A. Conference. The Northern District conference of the Y. M. C. A., will meet Friday- evening, April 26th, at Goehen,- an<L close Sunday eight, April 28th. There will be, besides a number of vlsltoHs of note, representative! from associations at Ft. Wayne, Logansport, Elk- hsrt, South Bend Land Valparaiso. C, K. Ober, international secretary, who was to be present, will be replaced bf Gao. T. Bowser of Chicago. Their Anniversary Celebration. Wiler & Wise of tbe Bee Hive store yesterday decorated and in other wayc celebrated the first anniversary of their removal into their present home. The members of the firm received! congratulations for tbe prosperity .that has attended them during tbe last twelve months. Three per cent, of the sales yesterday were donated by the generous firm to the St. Joseph'c hospital. Thrown Down BO Embankment. A horse belonging to Dan Wdll became frightened, at a heap of rockc along tbe road near St. Joseph's hospital Sunday evening. The borsc plunged down tbe river bank throwing Mr. Wolf and Miss Edna Smith dowc the embankment. Toe result wae badly torn c'othing and a terrible fright The buggy was a toul wreck, To Be Jlarrlfd. Michsel J. Dihil and Katie Rawkx will be man led at "S am tcdayat St. Vincent de Paul's Catholic churck- Very Rev. M. E!%nipion will pronounce the ceremony. A bridal toar to Chicago will be taken by Mr. and Mrs. Dahll. _ Llfe-Loc* KenlU. Many a girl, by using Zaa-Pbora at tbe opening- period of womanhood, might be saved from life and expense. Sold bj B. F. and Couhon A Co.

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