Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 25, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 25, 1895
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Responsibility! Which in your mind carries the mostlthe 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, TtlB FErtRL STRBET TfllLORS. YOCR NAME IS PKIST. of a Pemonal Character Con ceralugrL0j»»nwporterw.BndiThclr • FrlenOM. In the city yesterday: V. Myers of Flora. Kit Carson of Elwood. C. H. Bronell of Peru. J. M. Eldridgeof Marion. John Spangler of Winamao. G. 3a Leonard of Plymouth. W. J. Cunningham of Kentland. J. J. Lewis and Ell J Jamison of Peru. Adolph Schmidt, general agent Jung Brewing Co. H. E. Brooks, agent for the Frederick and Marie Murphy Co. EEAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. iiOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. HODEFER, <10 Broadway. Over Hauk'3 Jewelry Store. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, Watchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Johnston's Drag Store. Broadway anil Fourth streets. Formerly with 3. D. Taylor. A 11 work wurtunteU. U Iv» him a call. DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING- APRIL 25 Off far Winamac. Loganaport will be represented by about twelve Christian Endeavor workers, who will leave this forenoon for Wlnamao, at the Third distrlot ot>n, ventlon which meets there today and tomorrow. S. L. Mershon is to be there from Chicago and among those from here who will go today are the Revs. D. F Putnam, J. C. KmfTraan, C. B. Wellborn and M A. Perclval. A large number of Endeavorers of this city will go to Winamao Friday afternoon to hear the adiress of Rev. Mershon and will return on the mid. night train. McKeen's steam laundry—good wor Moth proof bags in all sizes at tb Bee Hive. Mlas Bertha Helvlo ia said to b improviog after along sickness. Ed Emertoh celebrated his 80th birthday anniversary yesterday. Joseph Cahlll haa resigned hi place at Harry Frank's clothing store Call at Traut's and see the bargain ha h»s in his 5-cent window. Toda, only. Today we oiTor a two-pound can o ' Fairy. Breath plum pudding for 15 cents —Foley • Jack Burrows and Bon Martin made » snipe shooting excursion north o town yesterday. A new third baseman, W. A. Little of Chicago, haa been placed In tbe Logansport ball team. Have you ever noticed how your system aeems to crave special assistance In the spring? Just the help required Is given by Hood's Sarsapa- rllla. The mental condition of John Cam bine will be investigated, and he was recommitted by Mayor McKee yoster day to ten days in jail, pending an Inquiry. Camblne was charged with carrying concealed weapons and being intoxicated. Awarded Highest Honors—World'5 Fair. •DR; Veno a*.a "A dispatch from Athens, 0., says: Dr. Veno in attempting toejeol Chae. Black from the city hall for disturbing the doctor's entertainment, became involved in a rough and tumble fight. Newton Ayers. the hall policeman, rushed in while the fight was In progress and assaulted Black with a club. Both Vono and Ayers were arrested. The former was bound over to court under $200 bond which he furnished." Yoanff Lady Fatally Burneil. Miss Eva Ashley, diU£hter of Thomas Ashley, a resident of Kokomo. was fatally burned Tuesday evening. She was preparing a mixture of lard and turpentine for mother, her who is ill and the mixture took fire, .'Igniting her clothing. No one being in the house but the mother, the girl waa fatally burned before help arrived. She was sixttea years old. The Kiolutlon 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 affective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that le manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all leading druggists. Henry F. Bergmann and Lera Brookmeyer were married' at, the bride's home at 11 a. m. yesterday by the Rsv. Tlrmenstsin. The happy couple will looate, after a tour of two weeks, at a new home on West Broadway. _ Tired of Life. Mifs Stella Collins of Kokomo, weuty-two years old. swallowed chlo- oform Tuesday night with suicidal ntent. but was saved by a physician. she offers no explanation, save that he is tired of life. Sho Is employed n a laundry. Martin Frank of Chicago Is in the city on business. Y. M. Wipperman was at Kokomo yesterday on business. Frank Hanley and wife are visiting this week at Richmond. Joseph Linvllle was at West Lebanon yesterday on business. Mrs. Andy Munaon Is here from Peru to visit several days. , James Murdook of Lafayette was in the city a few hours yesterday. L. M. Tucker of Detroit, Mich., is in the olty a few days on business. Harvey Chapman and James Prescott were at Peru yesterday calling on friends. John Woefel will goto Morris, III,, Monday to attend the wedding of a relative. Mrs. E. S. Clarke went to Delphi yesterday to visit Mrs. George Eldrldge. Frank Markley and Fred Six were at Royal Center last evening calling on friends. Mrs. Eliza Wilson of Kokomo Is the guest of Joseph Patterson, her brother in the city, George Todd was here yesterday from Lagro. He is treasurer of the Wabash Shoe Co. Miss Lucy Robinson Is at Indianapolis attending the meeting of the grand chapter, 0. E. S. Virgil Meyer of Flora, manager of Frank's branch clothing house there, was in the city yesterday. Ike Oppenheimer of the Boston sample shoe company was at Cincinnati yesterday on business. Mrs. Aaron Lane has returned to her home at Tipton after a visit with h^r, brother, L. Lane in the olty- j. Mrs. A. A. Ream and Mrs. J. L. Head and child of Peru, were in the city yesterday visiting friends. Mrs. Will E. Kline is at the bedside of her father, the Rev. 'R, S. Reed of Fulton, who Is dangerously sick. ; Mrs. Henry Kraut went to Wabash yesterday, called by the serious sickness of her daughter, Mra. August Hipsklnd. Miss Lillle Putnam will go to Wina- mao today to attend as a delegate the convention of the Third Christian En. deavor district. Ex-Lieutenant Governor Cumback was in the city yesterday en route to Kentland where he will deliver a lecture this evening. The Rev. Father Krceger was at Kokomo Tuesday to assist In the exercises at the dedication of a new parochial school building. Mies Rose Clay, of Peru, who has been the guest of Wm. Boerger returned home yesterday, Mrs. Henry Hetden has returned from Chicago, where she has been three weeks attending her father, Jobn Heppe. who has been sick. Mrs. F. A. Klein and children of Fort Wayne who h»ve been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wefel, returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Grain of Dayton, O., were in the city yesterday to attend the wedding of their son, Charles Grain, with Miss Nellie Knight. Al Hahn, foreman, C. E. Herring, engineer, and Grant Gottschall, motorman, sll employed by the street railway company, are fishing at Eng- TANS 98c. BLACK I82c. TANS $1.98. Narrow, Square and Razor Toes. The 82c Ladies' in Narrow, Square, Opera and Bazor Toes. Ladies' Misses' and in Oxford Ties 50c Children's. OTTO KRAUS. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. CREAM BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. A purt Crape Cream t'Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum cv v»y other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Office Jlnrnrd. Fire at an early hour yesterday morning damaged tbe World news- aper and printing office at Blooming- on, Ind., owned by the Cravens ros. It caught from a lamp. The oss is $500, covered by Insurance. Ten Tlm«-» Divorced Indianapollslsews: Abraham Rimer, of Kewanna. has a record hard to beat. He was married eleven times In thirty years and divorced ten times. He now applies for another divorce. Messrs. Steele & Youkey, merchant tailors of Lafayette, have removed here and opened up an establishment at 404 Broadway, up stairs. See their display advertisement In this issue. lish Lake. C. G Dodge, who has been attend Ing a business meeting at Indianapolis of the new Indiana Insurance Company, has returned home. Mr. Dodge Is one the chief stockholders in the concern. A Hlrtd Girl TTintcd! "Not by me! Since using Zoa-Pho.-a I can do my own work. Ilia Woman's Friend indeed " So say scores ol women today. Sold by Coulaon & Co. and B. F. Keesltng. A team driven by Robert Ge-bedlug ran away on SUth street al 1:30 p. m. yesterday the run extending from the Sixth street bridge to Wilhamiom & Gregg'* saloon at North street, where' the horses collided with the building. Little damage resulted. The horses belong to Judge Dykensan. >. . To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burtis of East Broadway—a son, To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yerkliss of Twenty-second and Broadway, a son. Mrs. Wm. J. McCarty of East Toledo street, is said to be danger, ously sick A suit has been filed by S. Rowland Caldwell et al. against H. B. Kennedy, demand (350. A pleasant surprise party was given Tuesday night in honor of Miss Mamie Gleltz. Samuel Hart and Charles Vigua will >e tried tomorrow on the charge of chicken stealing. Robert Carney of Washington township, reports that be bzus had Me corn planted for ten days. It if said the work of excavating for the new building at St. Joseph's hoe. pltal will soon be begun. The industrial club took dinner yesterday at tbe homo of Mrs. Charles Peckham of High street. Work on a new brick school building in Clinton township haa been begun by contractor Palmer. An order has been placed with the Sweet & Clark Co., at Marion by Chas. Kreider for one hundred of hie patent l»wn mower elevators. George Webster of Jefferson township, complains that boys who were out Sunday with a target rifle, shot and killed five lambs on bis land. Word, has been received that Howard Stltt, the traveling man. who was some weeks ago taken ill at Memphis, Tenn., is considerably improved. M. A. Littlo has taken the agency here for the Aetna Life Insurance company of Hartford, Conn. He has resigned his place with Walker & Rauch. The Louisville league ball team will play in Logansport Tuesday in. stead of the St. Louis players. There will be a game here with Lafayette Sunday. Will R*y, who h»s been for some time tbe groom of Coleridge tbe famous pacer, has been replaced by a former attache of the Palo Alto stock farm in California. The Hillock & Putnam handle factory is'turning out 150 to 200 dozens of handles a day, and more than twenty men are employed on the work. Tbe handles are shipped to all parts of the country. Corbtn Adams of Tipton township, reports that he saw a rattlesnake Tuesd y as thick as his arm, aod weighted with rattles bigger than walnuts. The reptile, which was over four feet long, escaped. Rufus Armstrong has been allowed to retain, tbe silver coins be found on Deer Creek at the site of the old Indian village. He will dispose of the money as old'COina, the dates of the pieces running from 1807 to 183-i. A horse that was being trained to pass the motor cars, caused some excitement oo Broadway aoout 5 o'clock last night by viciously kicking its trainer. No serious injury resulted and tbe man was able to walk borne. PLEASU&E TRIPS. ASIJSKHKKTK. Numerous KxcnrnloiiN the Comlrif Summer al Ko»«oiinl)le Hale'. Whether the tourist's fancy directs him to the New England States or tbe Atlantic seaboard; to the South; or to the lake region of the North; or to the Rocky Mountains and the wonderland beyond the Mississippi, he will be given opportunity to indulge hie tastes at a small cost for railroad fare this year. There will be 'low rates to Baltimore over the Pennsylvania lines in May, account the American Medi- D OLANM OHF.IlA HOUSE. S. B. PATTERSON, MAHAOIR. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Friday, April 26. A (20,000 production! Ed. F. DM* nmcnlllcem scenic production or tte original dramatization of Mr§ Stowel* Iminortiil novel TnmUnc Man- One of the uses of thorns is to protect the plant from animals which feed on herbage. Says La Nature: Nearly all plants that' have thorns in their wild state lose them after generations of cultivation. It •' is as if plants brought trader the protection of man gradually lay down their arms and trust them- entirely to' his protection. oal Association, to Decatur, 111., ac count the German Baptist (Duok&rd meeting, and to Pltteburg for th Presbyterian General Assembly ThereDwill also be low rates ove these lines to Meridian, Miss., accoun tbe General Assembly Cumberlan Presbyterian church the same month In June excursion tickets will be sol over the Pennsylvania Lines to Omah account the National Jr. O. t A. M.; to Chattanooga, Tenn., for th International convention of Epwortl League; to Cleveland, Ohio, accoun tbe National Republican league meet Ing. and to Roanoke, Va., for the Ger man Baptist meeting. Excursions fo July Include low rates over the Penn sylvania to Baltimore for the Baptie Y, P. Union meeting; to Aabury Park for the L. A. W: meeting, and to Bos tjn for the Christian Endeavor conven tion, and to Denver, Col., account o tbe National Educational Association meeting. In August excursion tickets will be on sale over the Pennsylvania lines to Boston, account of Knights Templar conclave. The sale of low rate tickets will nob be restricted to members of the organizations men lioned, but the public generally may take advantage of them. The Asbury Park excursion will doubtless attract many to that delightful ocean resort. Atlantic City, Cape May, Long Branch and all the famous watering places along the New Jersey coast are located on tbe Pennsylvania lines, hence this will be a desirable opportunity to visit tbe seashore. The Denver excursion will be just the thing for a sight seeing jaunt the'far West, as tickets will be honored going one way and returning a different route through the most romantic scenery beyond the Missis- elpl and Missouri rivers. Variable route priveliges will also be accorded Boston excursionists, enabling them to visit Niagara Fall?, Montreal. Thousand Lilacds and St. Lawrence Rapids tbe White Mountains the Hudaon river territory, aid to return by steamer on Long Island Sound, after sightseeing at Newport, NarrsgansettPler, Naniucket and the Cape Cod resorts to New York, and thence through the agricultural paradise of the Keystone State, along ihe Sut-quebanna and Juniata rivere, over tbe Allegheniea, around famous Horee Shoe Curve, through historic Johnstown and tbe coke and iron regions of Western Pennsylvania. It is also expected that Boston excursionists over the Pennsylvania Lines will be privileged to return via Baltimore and Washington !.f they so desire. la addition to the above, there will be plenty of other cheap excursions OTar the Pennsylvania lines to various points. As tbe g-aeon Is some weeks away, arrangement! la detail hava cot been opr summated. but it is certain that no railway will offer better Inducements than the liberal concessions la rft'.es and prlvllages that may be Uncle Tom's Cabin! 50 pnople; 20 ponies, barros and 'donkeys; 8 original Plantation Cobllee Singers. A pnckornmn-eallng 81&a-: Ian bloodhounds IncI <4lng AJvc <th« $6,000 beauty. See Undo Tom an* )jls tjplcil Southern ox-curt, 2 band* of music. All lulu In our Grand Fra* Strrot Display! Xae slubt ot a life time. Prlcos-25.M and 75c, Advance sale open* Wednesday D OMAN'S OPKKA HOUSE. S, B. Patterson, Manager. Wednesday, May fst. Grand Benefit to (§) (•) Manager Patterson BY FredenVaod Marie Murphy! Supported or Members of the Jnlln Marlowe Co. Presetting Pygmalion and » Galatea! Using 08 a Curtalii Raiser ulever Comedy. that A BED OF ROSES Advance sale of rests openi Sator- da; at Johnston'* Drug Store. PRICES-7Jc,Jflcan<123c. enjoyed by travelers over the Pennsylvania llces. This fact may readily ascertained upon application to any passenger or ticket agent of these Ines, or by addressing F. Van Dusec. chief assistant general passenger gent, Pittsburg, Pa. Low Rale* via PenMHytvanla Linen t« .On April 29th, 30th, and May 1st he round trip rate to IndlannpoHs will >e one fare from ticket stations in. ndlaaa on the Pennsylvania Lines, deduced rate tickets will be soid ac- ount the meeting of tbe Supreme Council Uniform Rank K of P , to all pplicants. and will be good returning nti! May 2d, incluMve. Line Kxcar»)onK. Logansport to Indinnspolis aod return April 29th to M.«y 1st. inclusive, good returning- May 2d. Rate $2-35. Trains leave Loganspert 7:34 a. m , arrive at Iidianepoiie 10:45 a. m. Leave Logansport 2:50 p. m., arrive at Indianapolis 6:15 p. ;a. J. C. EDGEWORTa, Ag't. Heine I9erlc«i*' Exi-nraion t* XlrU- gma PolKtu, Tl* Vondalla Line. On May 7. 1895, Vaodalt* Line will sell to various pointa in Michigan, excursion tickeis at one fare lor the routd trip. For full particulars c*U on any Vandalia Line agent, or addren E. A. Ford, General Patsenger Agent, St. Louis, Mr

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