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April 28, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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mm!mWtf^^?^ FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY, Calla Promptly Attended to Day orfNight. Phone ISo 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S ®& BROADWAY 2nd yioor. Justice Block. PERU PLAYERS GOOD FELLOWS' COCKBURN BROS. to Lcmn on Mortgage Security on Easy M»ntblj Payment*. , Life, Accident, Plate Gtos and Tornado Insurance. 3sj »ml Sell Real Estato Call »ml See Us, Ofllcu Booms 2 and 3 Spry Building. J. M. McKINSEY, General Fire, 3£iife and Accident Insurance. .Money to Loan ia Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL 'JChe North Street House on Jforth ntrcet .between 5th and Oth street. Will be- sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. OHA8. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. Bnt <ire»t Sunken-They Can't Play .Marble*—They Kuow More Thau They Did, However. Very kindly and courteously the Loganeport high school ball players escorted tho Peru infants out to the Driving park yesterday afternoon, and maintaining all the time a serene and sunny smile proceeded gracefully to make them look foolish before a crowd of about SOO people, a large part of whom were pretty, excited girls, decked with tbe black and red of the Loganeport high school club, and making the air musical with their enthusiastic cheers for the home team. Whether they knew what was going on or not the applause was given at all stages of the game, and to the young ladles In no small degree, belongs the credit for the victory won by the students over the algebra sllngers from the Miami county metropolis. The bays were handsomely treated during their stay here, the L. H. S paying their expenses here and on the return trip, and the "young man afraid of tbe base hit" was fed and tenderly oared for at the Barnett Hotel by tbe players of this city. They had no reason to complain of the manner of their entertainment and they proved themselves a gentlemanly set of boys. The teams played in the following order: LOfi.VNSPOUT. POSITION. TJSKC. Pnrker Geo 1st b- McMannls Mod<Mn 2db O'Brien CniKiin 3d b Tulbou Tousley ......... ....p....« Kecley ANOTHER SHORT CIRCUIT^ The Cmnae of the City's .Klectrlc Iilghtn trolnc Out, Say*. ih« City Electrician. A short circuit caused either by accident or design, the city electrician eayp, was the cause of the incandescent lights of the city's plant twice being extinguished last night about 8 o'clock The lights first went out before 8 o'clock and were extinguished about three minutes. A new fuse was at once put In. It was only ten minutes later when the lights again when out and the second time remain* leg out about a minute. At the time tbe lights failed the indicator on the switchboard showed about 42 am peree, while the fuse was one capable of carrying 69 amperes. The city electrician says that a short circuit undoubtedly caused the trouble. Whether the short oiruit was made by some designing person or caused by the accidental conflict of tbe wires of the city's electric'light plant with other wires, he Is unable to state. YOUK KAME I> PRINT. I tern H of a Pemonal Character Con- ccroluir JjOK«nHi>orterg.and Their DAILY JOURNAL, SUNDAT MORNING, APRIL 28 I'CSD loan you from one to ten thou- tmnd dollars.—Ben Fisher. Satisfaction is a certainty it you buy uhoea &t Stevenson & Kllnalck's. There will be a special meeting of 'J^fpo^raphloal Union 196, at 2 o'clock ffkl» afternoon. Go to the Maypole dance Wednesday evening and see who will be crowned QHieon. of the May. You can't help but sae the difference £» itylea and price on our shoee— Stavenion A KUnaiok. Tbe next meeting of the Third dls. •Wot y. P. S. C. E., will be held at Walton in April, 1896. Have you ordered your spring suit? IT.not, you can order them in any •bade, of Pierce, the Tailor. There are eighteen liquor cases set Mr Monday in the circuit court. There •r* al«o three oases aet for Thursday. Kev. Luoaa will conduct -a special •nrtloeat the Christian church this afternoon at 3 o'clock for ladles only. Specialties—Acute and chronic ca- terrh, hay fever and diseases of the tferottt, by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 fourth alreet. A regular monthly examination of applicants for teachers' lloenaea was 3Mterday held at the Central tchool Swildlng. lie young stars Mr .Frederic Murphy cMd Miaa Murphy will present Pygma- Uoa-aod Galatea at'Dolan'a opera house Wednesday May lat. The occasion •will be of interest to society generally Mihoy have a boat of friends in the <alty who propose to leave nothing t»doce to make the event a memora- Silooae. The performance will be given as a benefit for Mr. S. B. Pat. tfrraim who has ably managed Dolan'a opera bouse during the past season. Ovorbolner c A. Coats ss Tnurniw Voss rf Rwtm Powell cf Mowblary Purker Frank If., _ P. KJing A home run hit by Talbott .of the visitors, was a feature. The work of George Parker on first base for the Logansport team was worthy of note. The base running of Powell caused much [enthusiasm. Tho score by innings was as follows: 1 2 3 -1 0 fi LoRonsporc 8 2514 :>—23 Peru S 0 '2 1 0 7—13 Struck out by Toneley, 12; by Kegley 7. Umpire, Lew Benulca. The L. H. S., boys will go to to Peru May llth to play a return game. FOR THE PLAINTIFF. A Decinlou Rendered. Ve«terd«y In the Mohoenflold Injunction Male Against City ana County. Herman Sohoenfield has been declared by Judge Lalry, exempt from "transient" taxes. The defendants in the suit, brought by Schoen field, who is the proprietor of the New York Bankrupt company, wore, by the ruling, permanently enjoined from the collection of taxes from the plaintiff, as a ' '.transient" dealer. Mr. Sohoenfield proved to the court's satisfaction that he was entitled to the rights of a permanent resident from the fact that he had made con. tracts a year ahead, and had apparently located in the city. The de. fendants in the case were the troasur. era of the city and of Cass county. A Divorce Wonted. Once In a while there will be found a husband applying for a divorce. Charles Brooks is one of theee Infrequent cases. He filed a petition yesterday, through his attorney, John B. Smith, alleging that his wife, Gert. rude Brooks was guilty of cruelty and abandonment. The twain have been one since December 13, 1891. The defendant is now at Peru. Hammock* tor the Million*. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway, and see the largest line of hammocks in the city. Prices, from forty cents up. Mrs. Mary Condon Is visiting friends at Chicago this week. Frank Lytle is here from Kokotno to make a short visit. Mrs. Chas. Grusenmeyer is visiting relatives at Cincinnati. J. B. VanBuskirk, editor of the Monlioello Herald, was in the city yesterday. ' • Mr. and Mra. Ed Messenger are here from Delphi to visit relatives over Sunday. Arthur Keesllng came home from Maxinkukee to speud Sunday with his parents. Mrs. Wm.Dedrick of Roann, visited .her sons In the city Friday night on her way to Kentland. Wm. G. Metzger, a mill o,wner-'of Chicago, formerly of this city, ia calling on old friends in the city. Robert Kuhn joined Wallace's No. 3 advertising car at Peru yesterday and will travel with that outfit this season. D. A. Youngker entertained a friend D. Brennlng of Cincinnati [yesterday. Mr. Brenning is In the leaf tobacco business. Major MoFadin will next ,week,go to Delaware, Ohio, to attend the .annual meeting of the Ohio Mexican Veterans association. Secretary Cook of the Railroad Y. M. C. A., left for Goahen yesterday, to attend the annual district meeting of the association for Northern Indiana. Henry Kruok will, next Wednesday, depart tor his native county, Germany, on a three months' visit with relatives. He has not been there for twenty-six years. Dr. J. H, Barnfleld, formerly Medi. cal Examiner here for the Pennsylvania Co. Relief Department, and now filling a similar position at Ft. Wayne, ia spending Sunday with Loganuport friends. A NEW DRY GOODS FIRM 1 Only Six Days More Before We Pull Up Stakes! » 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. FRf\NK New York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora, FORGY FOOLED THEM. How the LogBDcport Capitalists Got Ahead of the Moneyed men at Peru. The Cincinnati Enquirer told yesterday how Geo. B Forgy worked through a shrewd deal by which be persuaded some Miami county capitalists to stand out of his way in a transaction which concerned the sale to the Miami county commissioners of a gravel road. Mr. Forgy, according to the Enquirer, jras blocked in the sale of the road by the Peru capitalists, and he in turn s'-opped them in the sale to the Dleterlch syndicate of the Peru gas plant, in which he holds a large block of stock. When they came down and allowed him- to pass with his gravel road deal It ia said he proposed to accede to their desires In the gas deal. The gravel road sale has baen made, and It IB supposed the gas plant will also be soon transferred. 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. Will Soon ;Embark : In BnglneftH mt the Old Golden Kale Stand. A new dry goods firm will soon engage in business at the Golden Rule building of Isaac Himmelberger at Fourth and Market. Behind the new enterprise are push, business capacity, judgment, plenty of capital, and the popularity, long established, of the prospective manager, who ia none other than Eginhard Schmltt. The men who have the new enterprise in band are Herman Schmltt and A, W. Heinley of Danville, III. The former ia well known here, and his business sagacity and foresight were never questioned. 'Mr. Heinle* aa a financial backer should speak the success o f the new enterprise. The firm has the best wishes of all. A lilcrcle Cleland was the name given by a young man who rented an 1892 Century Columbia bicycle of Walter Lewis Thursday afternoon. He was to return it before 5 o'clock. This he failed signally to do, and Mr. Lewis has been whistling a sad and sighing whistle for the 'machine that did not return. There are reasons for bellev. ing that the bicycle has been stolen. StO BROADWAY. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings Insurance, Loans, S. M.. CLGSSOX, 319 Pearl street. Good Opening For active lady •or gentleman acquaint* ed with neighborhood. Compensation from $40 to $150 monthly. Work out* lined. Only energetic party, ambitious to succeed, need apply. No cap. ital required. Address, with refer* ence, state age and whether married or single. Globe Bible Publishing Co., 723 Chestnut street, Phlla., Pa. North Judson Newt: cBuck Stanley bucked the buck beer season with temperance lectures Monday and Tuesday night -this week in Burch's hall. A Cardof Tn»nkB. Wm. McCarty wishes to return thanka to the _ friends and neighbors who kindly extended sympathy and assisted during the illness and death of his wife. Wsr. MCCABTI-. Hood's Saraaparllla gives great bodily, nerve, , mental and digestive strength, simply because it purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood. CONTENT! Do you ever stop to think, when you are having a'n especially good time on your wheel, how little margin there is between supreme content and supreme disgust? A puncture that you can't repair, a crank key that refuses to r stay firmly in place, a chain that is faulty in con struction 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 cloudy and disagreeable the most sunshiny day, and will cause even the laughter and pleasant words of friends to jar upon you. 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 are 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 runs so smoothly and noiselessly that it ia evident friction ia almost entirely overcome. The chain especially is almost turning the heads of cycling wiseacres 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 Filling's Shoe House. AT 4i8 Market St. A New Firm. If yon want your lace curtains to look the same as new, send them to us for laandrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELL BROS., 439 Market St STEELE & YOUKEY can save you from $6 to $8 on a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and a perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. We invite your patronage. Steele & Youkey, 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. Itjwill pay you to be particular as to whose seeds you bay. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds, that while Landretb'a seeds may be a little higher price then some other* they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and a» we handle no other seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia oar customers may rely on getting nothing bat the very best. I believe that the cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person hM the trouble to put oat a garden, he should use nothing bat the very best, We handled Landreth's seeds lor four years and have never heard a single complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and aa an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all tbe gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a distance. Oar trade has increased on tola particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have' a. full line V of garden tools and field seeds Remember that tbe firm of Landreth & Sons has been lib" years in tt occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617,623 Broadway.

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