Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 2, 1895 · Page 8
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May 2, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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FOOLESONO BROS, Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWrtY, Calls Promptly Attended.'to Day orJNight. Phone No 99. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTERoflBflDS INVITflTlONS NOTEIHErtDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OrtRDS, ENVELOPES fl SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'llldo the work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for Job Printing. TOUR NAME IN PRINT. Item* of a Personal Character Concerning IiOKUisporterti.uid Their Friend*. Detective Silas Morgan was at Peru yesterday. Dennis Uhl made a business trip to Flora yester'day. John Hoffman was at Kewanna yesterday on bustneee. Marlin Bligh was in Peru looking after business affaire yesterday. George Harvey, the handle finisher, who was at Marion for a visit of a few days, has returned. Harry Cilley has returned from Harrisburg, Pa., where be was called to attend his father's funeral. Dr. E. Wagner returned yesterday to his home at Fort Wayne, after a visit with Logansport friends. August Miller and wife have been visiting at Marion this week. Mr. Mlllfir returned home yesterday. Misses Bertha Castle and Grace Everett, of Peru are this week the guests of Mr. and Mre, Fred MoDer- mott. Attorney Freeman Cooper of Kokomo, was here yesterday attending the Wbarfield vs. Wooley law suit in the circuit court. The Rev. Van Cleve, a temperance evangelist and an organizer of Good Templar societies In Northern Indiana, was in the city yesterday on his way to Converse. Marlon News: George Harvey of Loganeport spent a few hours in the city last evening., . .August Miller and wife returned to their home in Logansport this morning 1 . THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITING? To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MOENING, MAY 2, COCKBURN BROS. •«n«y to Loan on Jtortpw* Security on Easy Monthly Payments. We Write Fire, Life, Accident. Plata Glass and Torniulo Insurance, Buy and Sell Real Eswto Call and See Us, Office Rooms 2 <md 3 Spry BuLUEng. J, M. McKINSEY; General Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street bet-ween 5th and Cth street. "Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS, MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sale. Wanted Lots and Acres For Sals, i Wanted Small Furini For 3ale.. Wonted Business Blocks 'For Sale. Wanted to Exctmnse-Kamu lor City Property. wanted Merchandise to Trade for Farms. DDRE33 .H. .H.;GOBDON. spn Block Logamniort, Indiana. D. W. TOMLINSON. TfRAT. ESTATE bought and sold.' MONEY loaned on reasonable terms. OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4tb Street Girl wanted at 224 Eel Elver avenue. Wrappers for all prices at. the Bee Hive. Th e Uhl flouring mill la closed for repairs. Peter Schwerlng, driver for O'Donnell, Is sick. Miss Mollte Buchanan Is sick at her Market street home. Hilan* KIstler and Qoldie Slemmons have been licensed to wed. An all wool man's sweater all colors, and sizes for $1.50, at the Bee Hive. Wi'l Pottmeyer was yesterday morning; released by Mayor McKee on promisee. Byron Spltler, a son of the Rev. C. A. Spltler, is said ,to be improving after a long sickness. An all wool In all colors, guaranteed not to crook, for boys from 6 to 18, for $1 25, at the Bee Hive. Thomas Austin haa begun proceedings against Schuyler .Chrlstman, demanding a foreclosure. His claim is $500. Mies Lizzie Crockett, of Washington township, attended the Crookett- Dunkleberg wedding at Lafayette Wednesday. Mrs. A, N. Donaldson, who was hurt seriously a few days ago In a fall from a moving street car, is reported gradually Improving. Addle Bay, of Bethlehem township, iaa sued for a divorce from Lewis P. Jay, alleging abandonment. John B. Smith drew up the complaint. John Bowman, who was until recently employed by Martin MoHale, has been brougkt back from Peru to answer the charge of selling liquor to minors. Don't fall'to eee a ladies 1 black hose worth 40 cents, four pair for $1; gent's black and tan hose SO cenlfl; a dozen misses 1 fast black hose 6 cents—Trade 'alace. Ellas Porter was seriously crushed >y a heavy stone dump which fell upon him a day or two ago at the Kenneth uarries, where he was employed. He s being cared for at his boarding ilace with Paul Eiaerlo. A genuine May day party was given esterday by about twenty of the riecds of Mrs. Kuth Forrest In honor f her return from her trip abroad. 'he beautiful day permitting the in- reduction of the old-time May Pole anoe, May Queen, eta, with supper upon the green-. INDICTED AS A BARN BURNER Albert liewln. Charged With AI-HOD, IH Committed to Jail—Bond Fixed at ft.TOO. Albert Lewis, living near the Smltheon college property, has been arrested on the charge of arson, a grand jury indictment having been found against him. Deputy 'Sheriff Smith made the arrest yesterday morning, and Lewis' bond was placed at $500, which he had not been able to secure at a late hour last night." Dateotive John Gallagher aided in bringing about the incarceration of Lewis, Last Thanskegiving day a barn on the farm, of Sarah Lewis, mother of the accused, was destroyed by fire. The farm is near Lewlsburg, nine miles'east of the city, and ia occupied by Allen McClaln as a tenant. By the fire, McClaln lost, he alleges, several"hundreds of dollars' worth>of:prof- erty. It is MoClain who charges that Albert Lewis fired the barn, with the Idea of causing McClaln to give up his lease on the land The accused man is a son-in-law of the late. Lewis Crlm, ' • Itlckter-HcCandleSB, Harry T. Rickter was last night joined in marriage with Miss Harriet MoCandless. The ceremony took place at 8:30 o'clock at the home of the bride on Pleasant Grove avenue, North Side. The Rev, H. J. Norris performed the ceremony. Mr. and<Mre. Rickter will live at the Rlokter homestead in Noble township. A Frignnt Breath unit Pearly Teeth Are easily attained, and those who fail to avail themselves of the meani, should not complain, when accused of gross neglect. SOZODONT will speedily eradicate the cause of a foul brgath, beautifying and preserving the teeth to the oldest age. A SwUchman'H Wlihap. John Matthews, a switchman, had a thumb mashed while coupling cars in the yards at midnight last night. Dr. Hetherington dressed the wound-. A Divorce Complaint. Susan A', Arthur complains and says that John H. Arthur abandoned her Nov. 29th, 1892, after less than a year of wedded life. She asks for a divorce. D. C. Justice ia her attorney. She Kulned Her Heiltli it School. Sad, but needless. With proper care and the use of Zoa-Pbora, at needed periods, her splendid intellect might now bo supported by perfect physical powers and graces. Sold by B. F. Keesllng and Coulson & Co. August Miller of the Yandalia round house, and wife are visiting in Marlon. Pan Handle yard engine 370 was brought in yesterday from Chicago for repairs. Pan Handle operator Harry Cilley has returned from his father's funeral at Harris burg. Pan Handle fireman Jos. Minneman and wife have returned from a brief visit to Chicago. The engine of a Wabash freight train broke" down opposite the Pan Handle shops yesterday morning 1 . Wm. O'Connell of the Pan Handle boiler shop is reported to be lying at the point of death. He has been iil of stomach trouble a long time. Dr. Wagner medical adviser of the Pennsylvania Voluntary Relief Association at Fort Wayne returned home yesterday after a few days' visit in the city. Pan Handle conductor James Kenney is gfcaln offduty with bolls. Dur ing hia absence conductor Dave Foster has charge of the Marion and Wlna- mac dummy. Peter Sauers a bartender attempted to alight from a moving passenger train in the yards yesterday morning, but missed his footing and fell on his face, bruising it considerably. At the official investigation Tuesday engineer Chas. Kloehne received a sentence of thirty days' suspension for ditching his train Sunday morning by running oft the derail switch at Koute. Although the working time in nearly all the departments of the Pan Handle shops has lately been reduced, tbere is plenty of work on hands. There are at present nine locomotives undergoing heavy repairs and several more are awaiting their turns to be taken in. The car department also is crowded with work. In regard to the rumor that a new rule will shortly be put into effect on the Vanderbilt Hues, that promotions should be made only for efficiency, without regard to seniority of service, Chief Sargent of tha brotherhood of locomotive firemen, says that be does not think any such rule will be made, but if it is attempted his brotherhood will undoubtedly take measures to prevent Its going into effect. The Pan Hanale wrecking crew re« turned from Kouts Tuesday evening where they had been cleaning up Sunday's wreck. Five cars were entirely destroyed and several others damaged. Two carloads of window glass were broken to small bits. The local crew were assisted by tbe gang from Chicago. A tramp was stealing a ride in|a car loaded with coke and although the car was almost broken to splinters the pilgrim was not injured. Immediately after the wreck occurred, a C. & E. train pulled into Kouts and tbe hobo lost no time entering a aide door sleeper bound for Chicago. An all wool sweater that will not crook or fade for $1.25, all colors, at the Bee Hive. Necessity Knows No La We cannot hope for profit now. It is tl last week of our ...... Great Removal Sale. Only a few days more. The last week the New Fashion Store. Opportunity makes the prices. We pref^j to sell rather than to move. Go through our first and second floors morrow and every da/ this week. Look for what you want now or may nee in the future, for you will Never Buy So Cheap Agai HARRY FRAN: Ne «r York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trousering! Novelties all in waiting for you to coi and select them. If you are hard to plea? our goods and prices will win you. THE TAILOR. PIERCE, 31O.BKOAWWAY. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT Fraternal Union Meeting. There will be a meeting of the Continental Fraternal Onion this evening at their hall over Progress clothing store. By order of - PRESIDENT. They are Beleued. William Tucker and Thomas Jackson, the young men who were locked up Tuesday night for tbe alleged theft of a plow from Chas. W. Weed, were last evening relea»ed on their own recognizance. Auction at the Golden Bole Thursday and Friday night and Saturday all day. N. B.—Saturday is the last day. All gooda laid away and not willed for will be eold. W. D. PKATT, Trurtea. Character in Shoes!—In Our Sheen. Who ever heard of such a thing, but it is possible. If you will reason with me a moment you'll find it so. Character is the first essential of all shoes. I'm as careful in selecting the character of iny shoes as I am in selecting my employes. I examine every portion of the shoe. The soles, the stitching, the vamps, the uppers, in fact, every part, .character must be the best for the m'oney. If each part is right, then the whole—the shoe—must be right", Tli«tMe»nH Satisfaction an to W«nr. My employees are schooled {in the art of fitting shoes, it's an art, and every foot that in presented to us to be fitted is fitted with skill. The width, the length, the shape is right. That means comfort an essential of character. Comfort combined with satisfaction is half the battle. I have that. Price in strict conformity to value is the other half. I have that. So I have a shoe business worthy of your patronage. Something for Nothing. Is not business and never will be. I cannot afford to sell for less than I pay, but close buying has placed me where my prices will seem philanthropic besides those of others. Clva Me "Jfour Confidence! It will never be misplaced. I promise you that my shoes shall be perfect in character—its true essentials.—Pilling The Shoe Man, 412 Broadway. 4i8 Market St. A New Firm. STEELE & TOUKEY can save you from $6 to fi a suit of .Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. invite your patronage. Steele & Youke 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. If yon want your lace curtains to look the same as new, send them to us for lanndrying. A long 1 experience in this line of -work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELL BHOS., 439 Market St IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDE It'wlll pay you to be particular'as to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Lanoreth's seeds for th season of 1805, and I wish, to say to the gardeners and others using see that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some oth they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no ott seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia oar < tomers may rely on getting nothing bat the very best. I believe that cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very W« handled Landreth'e seeds for four years and have never heard a el _ complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them, perfe in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the e tire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from distance. Oar trade has increased on this particular line of goods no than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also.have a fall of garden tools and field seeds Remember that the firm of.Landreth & Sons has been 110 years occupation of seed growing. George! Harrison. 617,623 Broadway. _ mot

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