Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 27, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 27, 1895
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w);jeW^*.^VW.^ RDGLESONG""" Undertakers and Embalmers • And Retail Dealers la FURNITURE Of -all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or|Nis;ht. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPHING SUITINGS fb be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. COCKBURN BROS. to. loan on Mortgage Security on Eass Monthly Payments. , Lire, Accident, Plate Glass and TornadoInsurance. 3uy iind Sell Real Estate Call and See Us, Ofllce Kooms 2 and 3 Spry Building. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APRIR 27 Dressed chickens and new potatoes, ,ii Trani'8. Mrs. Farns worth of High street Is ireportad sick. Choloo dressed chickens and fresh a«b, at Modrell's. John Kauch celebrated his 21st birthday yesterday. Mrs. Mary Wright" who has been alok for 80T«ral months, is reported better. Harry Frank gives 20 per cent, off M all purchasei today. Nothing re iwrted. James H. Bren of this olty, has bten-granted a renewal and Increase at pension. Yesterday occurred the 26th birth. day of Edgar Powell, and the event •3>M properly observed. Dr. J. H. Alien of this olty will ad. .ire 3» the meeting at the railroad Y. M: - C. A/ room* tomorrow. A -pleasant party w»e given Thursday night at the home ol Mlia Sophia Soehlor on the North Side. Have you ordered your spring suit? 21-not, vou can order them in any jkade, of Pierce, the Tailor. Straw hats! Straw bats!! Straw StAtsf!!. for-children, boy» and men— Either, hatter and furnisher, 4th and Broadway. Twenty per cent, off regular prices meant a great deal to us, and means •tore to you: See Harry Frank's ad. Tertlaoment sure today. At the home of Mils Nora Taylor, Hft. 240 Pratt street, that young lady AD! Mils Phoebe Swlhart very pleasantly, entertained Irlendi Thuriday •Ight. Lewis Crlm died of typhoid fever 2*sterday morning, aged 49 yean, at M» home, one and one-half miles ooutb of the olty. The funeral will be renounced tomorrow. , The following Cast county people iiro attending school at the Danville normal colleijte: Bertha Weyand, 3Kllsa Evans, Anthony Hlnkle, Wm, Fiedler, Theo. Denning and Luther SQnn. J. D. Viirplllat of Pulwkl county, 3?od bis answer and cross complaint to tha demand for a divorce recently made by Mrs. "Vurplllat. The ca«e, •jchlch will probably be of a sensational nature, is let for trial next Wednesday. WILL WORK THREE YEARS. Noniuel Hart iindCliBM. Ylgun Throw Thriii»elve« on the Court'* Jlerey Kurt are Sentenced For Alleged Chicken Mleallntr. Today an addition will ba made to the Caaa county colony at the Michigan City Incl08ure. There will be two delegates taken up, and their names are Samuel Hart and Charles Vlpua. In a few hours they will be known only by number. The offense for which they are being punished, is the theft, which they acknowledged In court yesterday morning, of chickens belonging to Henry Basaler and Henry Knouff of Bethlehem township, and to Mat Maroney of Harrison township. When captured, Hart and VIRUS had driven a wagon loaded with the poultry, to Brown's produce exchange on the West Side, where they were traced by the angry farmers. The wagon used by the men was hired by them from I. N. Cash tor the alleged purpose of peddling fruit trees. They are said to have made nine "fly by 'night" trips through the country In search of poultry before they were caught. A PAN HANDLE SCHEHE. I A dispatch from Munoie aays: Th« report was reliably received here to* day that the new railroad to be known aa the Chicago,Indiana & Eastern, no* baing built east from Fairmount, wiQ stop at Muacle, or. run south of hen to Mlddletown, anil will not be » new line from Columbus, Ohio, as reported. The statement is to the effect that the new track is only a branch of the Pan Handle, which now ii within twenty miles of Munole on two sides, and that the cbjeot is to give this system an inlat to Muncie'e big factories. The branch will then go south to Mld- dletown, thereby connecting the Lo. gansport and Richmond divisions with a track forty miles long. The story IB that the Big Four has agreed for years past to stay Out of Richmond if the Pan Handle would let Munc'e alone. This seems only a ruse to avoid that contract by the Pennsylvania people. Death of Mm. Catharine At the home on Market street near Second, occurred the death, yesterday morning of Mrs, Catharine Bruggeman, aged 78 years. The funeral will be held Sunday at 4 p. m., from the St. Vincent de Paul Catholic church, the Very Rev. M. E. Campion officiating. The deceased was a most estimable woman. She had lived at ;he home opposite the Barnett hotel for fifty-three years. The remains lave been taken to the home of a nephew, Jacob Hebel No. 807 Race street. The Elk*' MlmtrelS. Everyone will have the pleasure of attending the Elks' minstrels May 23d at the opera house. The performance promises all that is to bo desired in the way of mirth, music and melody. New ballads will be sung, new turns, will »e done, new or at east A. D., jokes will be used with care and discrimination by the cork, rs on the ends, and the Elk are in advance assured a crowded house. Che performance will be given the night Of the 24th at Peru. Piano Man Injured. W. H. Linton, employed by J. C. Bridge, while unloading a piano at I flora met with a b»d accident. The Irayman and himself were In the act f loading the piano on the dray when it slipped out of their hands and ell on both the men breaking two Ibs and sprained a hip for Mr. Liin- on and dislocating a hip for the dray. man. Mr. Linton IB being oared for n Flora. On HU Own Recognizance. John Gates, the young man who las been for some time in jail under Indictment for the alleged for. ge:y of the signature of Wm. Berk, hire of Booae township, to a note for 125, 01 which he is said to have, eoured money from S. M. Closion, a* yesterday released from the ounty jail on his own recognizance. Tl§ SOZODONT the whole world trim, Ti* SOZODNT which purifies 'he breath ani mouth, and dirt defies, Ti» SOZODONT for which we cry, weet SOZODONT for which we sigh, 'Is only SOZtDONT we buy. Death «f Mr*. Mara-arel Kline. Mrs. Margaret Kline died Thursday Ight at her home in Royal Center, ged 78 years. The funeral will be eld today from the Royal Center M. . church at l:SOJp. m. The deceased as an aunt of Ellas Klstler ol this ity. Xotlce to Contractors, Bids for the carpenter work for the ddition to St. Joseph's Hospital must e in Monday, April 29. Plans and aeoifioations can be found at the hos* Ital. SISTESS of St. Joseph Hospital. THE NEW BASE BALL CLUB. Mention was made in yesterday's Journal of a new base ball club com. posed entirely of railroad telegraph operators which recently was organiz. ed in this city. The following are the players and their positions: L. N. Crocket, c.; J. A. SturReon, p.; J. H: LaOraEge, 8. s,; P. M- Pierce, 1st b ; Charles Welch, 2d b.; H. Dllley, 3d b. W. M. Gordon, 1. f,; Charles Mas- «ena. c. f.; Mike Courtney, r. f. The new club which as yet has not been named will be managed by W. J. Champion, switch tender at Peorla Junction. All the players are employed by the Pan Handle, Mr. Dllley excepted, who is a Vandalla train dispatcher. They expect to play their first game with some home olub soon. "^fjsssp^fA!?^ Only Six Days More Before We Pull Up Stakes! 9 And remove to our New Store now rapidly approaching completion, and we propose to make them (the 6 days) memorable ones in the history of Logansport Clothing Trade. A Rebate of 2O per cent Will be given on all Suits and Furnishings. Now is the time and Harry Frank's is the place. No better opportunity was ever offered. No mercy will be shown on Spring Suits and Spring Overcoats. Cost or value will cut no figure. Prices will be ripped and torn into shreds. They must go and will go if Half Price is an object. This is a bona-fide CASH SALE. No goods will be charged and no orders accepted at this Money Losing Sale. The public is invited. Geo. Klroher of the Pan Handle blacksmith shop, Is sick and off duty. Pan Handle operator Harry Cllley left for Harrleburg, Pa., yesterday to attend the funeral of his father. William Haley has been made assls* tant manager of trains for Wallace's circus, and will join that aggregation Monday. Road foreman of engines A. J. Prescott and engineer John Manes will go t« Hudson lake, LaPorte county, today to remain over Sunday. It is eald that at a meeting of the grand division 0. R, C. to be held at Atlanta next month determined efforts will be made to remove the headquarters from Cedar Rapids to a more convenient point. Indianapolis, Toledo, Peoria and several other cities are aiming to secure the prize. • ,... The many friends of Wabaeh conductor Newt Rlohasou will be both surprised and grieved to laarn that he has been taken from the passe nger department and given a freight run. Mr. Richason is a first class railroad man and the cause of his backset can only be imagined. He has .a soft spot in his heart for railroad men out of jobi and it is pmbuble that he carried one of these worthies too often and for his charity received an "Irishman's" promotion. Although it has been .stated that the Wabash has lifted the boycott from the A. R. U. men, none of the former employes who left their positions during the strike have been taken baok with two or three exceptions, and those, an official states, were forced into the strike by circumstances and did not go out from their own free will. General Manager Hayes recently stated that the men were given fair warning in time and that the company hat not re-employed them, and is only carrying out its ultimatum of which the men were fully cognizant be'ore they left their places. The triennial conclaves of the Knights Templar always create a ripple in the passenger department and this year's meeting will be no ex. ceptlon. For months past agents of the various Hoes have been In the field and several oommanderiei already have selected their routes to Boston. As yet the local commander? has made no selection, but a talk with various members of the order reveali the fact that the Wabaeh M far as Toledo or Detroit li the choice of the majority, with the privilege of return- Ing on the Pan Handle via Washington. That there Is a brighter future in store for American railroads ii evidenced by the many new lines that projected and partly constructed. Many others are talked about, some of which If built will, be branches of trunk lines already existing. Among other lines the Big Four will probably during the summer months extend its already large rsyetem. A dispatch from Cincinnati says: The Big Four has decided to parallel the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern from North Vernon, Ind., to Louisville, fifty.three miles. The director* so decided yes. terdayin New York after they had J FRf\NK New York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. considered the contract for the join use with the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern. The Big Four already has its bridge privileges, and in conuec tlon with the Chesapeake & Ohio hai terminal facilities in Louisville. Anolta Kena. Some of the farmers are planting corn... .John Masters had a new two horse breaking plow stolen from his field on the Taber prairie lait Saturday night Mr. George Davis who has been teaching the school at this place this winter left the school very suddenly Thursday of last week with, out giving any particulars of why or wherefore he did thus. Mr. B. F. Sharts hae been employed to teach out the unexplred term of the school whlok will close the 26th of this month.... The fire is raging in the Taber woods south of the prairie, raising such a dense smoke that it is almost suffocating. ARCHER. A Hired Girl Wanted! "Not by me! Since using Zoa-Phora I can do my own work. It is Woman's Friend, indeed " So say scores of women today. Sold by Coulson & Co. and B. F. Eeesling. Attention, G-. A. R. There will be a meeting of Post No, 14 at 19 o'clock a. m., to attend the funeral of Comrade Louis Crlm. A. J. ROBINSON, Com. CONTENT! Do you ever stop to think, when you are having an especially good time on your wheel, how little margin there is between supreme content and supreme disgust? A puttc- ture that you can't repair, a crank key that refuses to stay firmly in place, a chain that is faulty in con strnction and thus runs hard, or a hundred and one things that the maker ought to have built right and adjusted right, but didn't, will make olocdy and disagreeable the most sunshiny day, and will cause even the laughter and pleasant words of friends to jar. upon yon. It is in smoothing out these rough places in your cycling path that the board of experts which plans the famous Columbia Bicycle serves you best. The single-tube tires me even nearer to perfection than in 1894, when they won the whole cycling world to the use of this form of tire by their remarkable success. The driving gear inns BO smoothly and noiselessly that it is evident friction is almost entirely overcome. The chain especially is almost turning the heads of cycling wlseaeres with its beauty and finish and accuracy of construction. The crank-shaft is narrow, strong and simple. The adjustable handle bars are ideal in their promise of comfort. The place to buy these wheels is at Pillisg's Shoe House. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, 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. 310 MKOAJMVAV. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT S, 4i8 Market St. A New Firm. STEELE & YOUKEY can save you from $6 to $8 a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to f 35. We invite your patronage. Steele & Youkey, 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. If you. want your lace curtains to look the Eauio as new, send them to us for lanndrving. A long experience in this line of -work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELlfBROS., 439 Market St IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'will pay you to be particular'as to whose seeds you buy. " We are now in the market with a fall line of Landreth's seeds for th» season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds,. that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some other* they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds except those grown by Landretb & Sons of Philadelphia our customers may rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that th» cost of the seeds Is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person hat the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best. We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a elnglo complaint; in fact, oar customers, unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the en* tire trade of all the gardeners around Loganaport as well as many from a. distance. Oar trade has increased on this particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full lin« of garden tools and field seeds. Remember that the firm of Landreth& Sons has been 115 yean in the occupation of seed growing.* George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway.

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