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April 26, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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ResponsibflityT - -• Which in your mind carries the mostthe button or the suspenders. We can furnish you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DBWENTBR, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon TOUR SAME IS P»™T. Item** of » P«r.on»l Character Concerning i,ojc»n»porter*.and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: J, M. Love ot Idaville. Harry Bevan of Anderson. H. L. Kemp of Fort Wayne. W. S. Thompson of Wabaah. T. P. Overmeyer of Plymouth. A. B. Franklin of Indianapolis. W. H. aannable of Montioello. . O. H. Barrows of the Spencer hotel. Marlon. J. C. Render and J. S.Fox of val- paraiso. Mrs. J. W. Long and Mrs. Shaffer of Kewanna. George Sweetser, Tom .Butler and Andrew Jackson of Marion. Will Scott called on Kokomo friends yesterday. J. H. Potthoff is visiting relatives at Helen Peru this week. A. P. Flynn was at Peru 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. STRBET TrtlLORS. -^ REAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. BODEFER, 410 Browlwiiy. Over Huuk's Jewelry Store. CHAS. W- SeLEGUE, Watchmaker and Engraver. comer window Johnston's Drop; ta and Foorth streets, frme Taylor A U worfc wirtaiueu. comer wnow ,,, mta and Foorth streets, formerly with 3- U Ive iilro a call. DAILY JOURNAL MoKeen's steam laundry—good work Peru Meet—Select bicycle outfits at net cost for this occasion, only at Otto's. A gardener from Switzerland has boon given charge of the gardens at Long Cliff hospital, Harry Cllley received word yesterday of the death at HarrUburg, Pa., of his aged father. The Pocahontao degree. Order of Red Men had a meeting last night [or the purpose of completing an musical entertainment will De given tonight at the Wheatland street M. E. church, by the Gleaners. Lunch will be served. The fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla, once fairly tried, beccn OB the favorite spring medicine, speaks volumes for 111 excellence and merit. To * good crowd at the Ninth street Christian church, Dr. Lucas last nlffht preached a powerful sermon on "Tno Tabernacle and the Church." About seventy-five of the friends of John W. Puterbaugb, the Anoka mer Chant, gave him a pleasant surprise on the occasion ot his 47th birthday Tuesday. An -'anniversary" social was given Wednesday night at the home of S. A. Vaughn by the "Trinity Guild" of the Episcopal church. About |50 wore cleared off the entertainment. Awarded Htfhest Honors—World'* Fair. •DR; CREAM BAKING POWER MOST PERFECT MADE. i A pun Gwpt Cream t.'Tartar Powder. Fret ' JoEnAmmonii,Alum<ymyotheradulttnnt 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Might Have Been a Fatal Joe. Cr«»«h«w T.ken and Carbolic add. Mrs. Joseph Cranshaw, of Sycamore itreet and Linden avenue, was attended jestorday morning by Dr. HoLloway, who administered the proper emetics and remedies used as a rule in a case of poisoning. Mrs Cranshaw's life was saved. Aooord* ing to her statement her sickness was the result of a mistake, she having been in search of a bottle of toothache medicine on a shelf, .when she laid her hand on the wrong vial, one that contained a deadly mixture of ohloro. form and carbolic acid. She soon after realized her blunder, and alarmed her huaband, who summoned the physician, Her condition last night was said to bo much improved. JosephCrsnjhawlsa colored barer, employed at Horace Turner's hop. Ihe pair came bore from Fort Wayne, but were previously residents f Lufayetto, where Mrs. Cr_n3haw's larents live. A rumor that Mrs. Cranshaw had aken poison with suicidal Intent, was itrongly denied by her. PROSPECTS ARE GOOD. The Masonic Temple Bulldloic Fund Su-ttdllT «row«. It is said that the building commit, tee of the Masonic fraternity now has almost $20,000 at Its disposal. At a recent meeting the solicitors reported they had raised considerably over |110.000 by subscription, iince active work was begun, and that sum has been considerably swelled in the last few days. The Masons assure their friends that the building will be erect, ed and that it will be a credit to the city and to the order. rrofeinlon . Manager Patterson certainly is popular with the profession, as Mr. Fred. . m * . _. 1 _ Rif.twnVitr 1"H HIT •P^^»»I^M»I^^^^^~ BICYCLE DAY! SfYTURDfVY ONLY. L. A W. Bicycle Shoes Youths' Boy's Men's $1.25 $1.50 $!.» eric and Miss Marie Murpby play here for his benefit merely for their company expenses, thereby giving to Mr. Patterson the entire proceeds of the performance. This certainly shows a great mark of profeeaional kindness on tbe part of the company, as well as the high esteem professional people regard our local management. There no doubt will be a great call for seaie tomorrow morning whe.n the sale is opened. The Eyolution Of medicinal agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the roar and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To pet the true remedy see that is manufactured by tbe. California Fig Syrup Co. only. For Bale by all leading druggists. Canton Attention. in compliance with the Patriarchs Militant law all chevaliers of Canton Loganiport No. 15 I. O. O. F. are ordered to meet »t the drill hall this p m. atsaven fifteen sharp in full dress uniform for the proper observ anca of the seventy-sixth anniversary yesterday visiting friends. H. G, Tucker came home from Indianapolis yesterday. William Hammel of Montioello, was In the city yesterday. Benj. Longwell is hack from a visit with friends at Columbia City. Sheriff Charles Homburg was at Indianapolis yesterday on businese. Ed B McConnell was attending to business matters at Marlon jester day. Robert Kreuzberger and a party of friends spent yesterday at M«ln, kuckee. Dr J Medarls has returned from Brookston. Ind., after a short visit with friends. Charles Bailey of Marion called on friends here yesterday and took dinner at tbe Barnott hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Davis are visiting at Idaville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs: Theodore Davis. Jacob Leffel is here from Nebraska, visiting friends. He formerly lived in Bethlehem township. Mrs. Kate Stough has returned to her home at Walton after a short visit with relatives in the city. Miss Agnes Hebel has gone to Peru to take a position with the Bazaar millinery store at that place. Mrs. Nellie WiUcutts has returned home alter a visit at Burnettsville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Henry. p W. Cole was in the city yesterday in the Interests of his journal, The American Horse Breeder, published at Boston and New York. Deputy Marshal Adam Friend, of Peru wae here yesterday, having oome to attend the marriage of John Me- Greevy, and Miss Nora Albert. Miss Emma Clay and Miss Leila Froman. the latter of Rochester, went to Miss Clay's home at Peru yesterday after a visit of several days here. Architect Albert who has charge of the work on the new Culver academy at Maxlnkuckee, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Albert Is at present suffering from an injury to his focft resulting from stepping upon a nail. Kokomo Dispatch; Will Scott, of Loganeport, was in the oity yesterday, shaking hands with the multitude of friends and telling them all what a nice quiet orderly town the City ol Bridges (used only in fifteen ball pool) has come to be. Dr. J. J- Latrier, traveling in the interests of his medical preparation, Is a guest of a former pupil, Mrs. Mary Arnold of the South Side. Dr. Latrier taught school In a log cabin east of the city in 1843. At that flme a baker's dozen pupils attended. The Bchool master shot deer from the threshold of the school house. Iron Clad Fast Black Bicycle Hose 25c. White Sweaters - - - _ „ - - 48c >i The INew Weave T" • .' $2-98 The Regulation, ^SiW - $1.98 The Yale, all colors - - $1 50 Men>s Canvas Shoes fair leather trimmed Celluloid Front Caps 38c worth 5Oc. The Dollar Quality Caps 50c worth $1.0O Fair Leather Belts 19c worth 25c and 50c. Special orders taken for Ladies' and Men's Bicycle Suits arid! Leggings. OTTO KRATJS. "OF COURSE," Bicycle Goods! undertaker, is at the THE LIME KILN CLUB. ot the order. J. D. ALLISON. Capk A Mont Eojoyable Hop Glvsu XlCht By ihe SocUl Ore«n!zstlon. There wore enough young people present at the dance of the Lime Kilo club last night to comfortably fill Dolan & McHale'a hall on Broadway. All who attended enjoyed several hours of dancing and social conversation, and the dance was a complete success Keed's South Side orchestra furnished the music, and gave excellent satis. faction. It was an invitation affair and the crowd was therefore select aod congenial. Dot I>eetie Germsn Bind. A German band of seven strolling musicians, made sweet muale on the streets yesterday evening. Ooe German fellow citizen said Die Wacht em Rhine as played by the band was flavored with "Home Sweet Home very pleasantly. Aftked aPwdon for HU WlTe Michael Heenan has recently called on Governor Matthews to 'intercede for a pardon for hie wife, who ii *t present serving » sentence *»-* the Je- mtle reformatory. , ; , B. A. Kroeeer, the reported .sick. Percy Hosmer is employed office of Jos. T. McNary. Mrs. Edgar Packard of Fifteenth street, Is said to be sick. A meeting of tbe Cass County Medical Society was last night held at Dr. W. H. Bell's office. George Hunter has embarked in the lumber business, having Opened a yard on the West Side. Iron clad bicycle hose, the best made at any price at Otto's special sale. See advertisement, Miss Louise Hoenig of Helm street who has for some time been seriously sick, is able to be out again. James H. Brown, the blind veteran, has been allowed a pension of $12 a month, dating from September, 1894. Fred Burgman carried off the prize Wednesday night as the best drilled chevalier in the test of the I. 0. 0. F. Canton. Dr. F. A. Busjahn has been appointed medical examiner for the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Association. The 21st birthday of Miss Margaret Hengstler, an attache of the Long Cliff hospital, was pleasantly celebrated Tuesday evening. Daniel Radabaugh and wife have cone to HuntUgton to live with their daughter, and have sold their Wheatland street property. John E.Barnes and D. C. Boatty have combined In the erection of a fine three story business block on Fifth street. Work has been begun, and It is hoped the structure will be finished by July. A man named Lasselle Wednesday night consumed a huge plate of baked beans and fifteen bard boiled eggs in twelve minutes. The feat was performed on a bet and the test took place at the Columbia hotel lunch counter. A picnic par',y made up of the following young people drove to Kenneth yesterday afternoon: Mlfsea Minnie Stauffer, Lillian Clary, Edith Skinner, Mayme Stanley, Margaret Swlgart, and Mr. Lumbeit Coppock. Tlmnday, . .hake Erie * Western B. B. 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 lo the above, the pur. cbasers of these tickets will be given privelege of special excursion aide trips to Lewiston on.the-lake, includ. ing a steamboat ride on Lake Ontario, for 25 cents. To Toronto and return by lf.ke from Lewiston, $1.00; to Thousand Islands, $5.00. Tickets for the above side trips can be had when purchasing Niagara Falls tickets, or at 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 Junclion to Chautauqua Lake and return free of charge. Tickets will be good, however, to return on regular trains leaving the Falls. Saturday, August 10, for those not desiring to remain over. Tickets will also be good returning on all reg- D OLAJSH OPKKA HOUKB. S. B. PATTERSON, MiKiOIlt. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Friday, April 26, A $20.000 production! Ed. F. D«fiC • mnKnlUcent scenic pro.'uctlon of< tne original dramatization Of Mrs BMWU Immortal novel Uncle Tom's Cabin! ular trains up to and including Tuesday, August 13. '1893. Secure your tickets, also chair and sleeping car accommodations, early. Tbo»e desir, ing can secure accommodatlOBS in these cars while at the Falls. For further information call on any agent L&keErle & Western R. R. or address • C. F, DALY, Gen. Pass. Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. 50 people: 20 ponlos, burros and donkeys; S original Plantation Jnbllw. Singers. A puck of roan-e.itInK Slber- Inn bloodhounds Ind >dlnK Ajiix the *5,000 beauty. See Uncle Tom an£ His typical Southern ox-cart. 2 bands of music. All this In our Grand F»c Street Display! TD6 slgUt of a lite time. Prices-Si 50 ;inU75c, Advance s;ile opens Wednesday D OMAN'S OPERA HOUSE. S, B. Patterson, Manager. Wednesday, May IsL Grand Benefit to (§) <§) Manager Patterson BY Frederic and Marie Murphy! Sopporuxl by Member* o£ lot Jnlla Marlowe Co. Presenting Pygmalion and Smtence. The young man known as Onis Campbell, who wa? accused of stealing corn near Fletchers Lake has been tried and his punishment «as fixed at $1 fine and a day in jail. He has already been in jail more than a month. Fourth of July Cel*br«tlon. The Fourth of July will be celebrated in good old fashioned style at the ground* of the Michael's Business University.' The Military band ha. been secured by.Prof. Michaels, and theblowout will be complete In all details. ,'• .»,-. • .-=. 3Inre New* of Joton The following has reference to the old man who is said to have $80,000 buried somewhere in Indiana: A dispatch from Kenton, 0 , eaye: "Old miser John' Swalm. who has been wandering over Ohio and Indiana for years, and who was recently taken to the Columbus hospital, has been brought to the home of bis sister,Mrs. John Shaeffer, near Forest, in this county. Home Seekers' KxcnrMon to Mlchl- S nn Point*, via. VandnlU Hoe. On May 7, 1895, Vandalia Line will sell to various points in Michigan, excursion tickets at one fare for "the rout d trip. For full particulars call on any Vandalia Line agent, or address E. A/Ford, General Passenger Agent, St-. Louis, Me. L*w Bate* to I»dl«n«p»H», vim V»u- daila lilnr. For the K. of P. Encampment at Indianapolis, the Vandalia Line will sel from points in Indiana, on April 29 30, and May 1 1895. excursion ticket* at one fare for ihs round trip. Tickets good returning to and including 2, 1895. Oslni; M a Curtain Raiser tlitt Clever Comedy. A BED OF ROSES Advance sale of teats opens Sita 1 day at Johnston's Drug Store. PRICES-"vC, iiOC and 2jc. D. W. TOMLINSON. REAL ESTATE bousht and sold.' MONET loaned on reasonable terms.. OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4iliStr-et. OR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS, Over State National 8aak, Lojcansport, Ind. J.M. McKINSEY. General Fire, Life and Accident Inrortnco. Money to Loan in Small 412 BROADWAY. •A':

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