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May 4, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Are you going to build, Repair or Want a Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixth and High Street. POOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In FURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROFlDWrtY, Calls Promptly Attendedlto Day orJNight. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF BPBING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. GOCKBURN BROS. manes to loan on MortgngB Security on Easy Monthly Payments. w» Write Frte, Life, Acculont, Plate Glass and Tornado Insurance. Bur and-SoU -Heal Estato. Call and See 0s, Office Booms 2 ana 3 Spry BulliUng. EEAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. .LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFER, flic Broadway.. Over Hank's Jewelry Store. J. M. McKINSEY, <8oneral Fire, life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL 'The North Street House on North street between Och and Oth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS, MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. WANTED I* REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap CottoKM For Sale. Warned Lots and Acres For Salt), i Wanted Small Karma^or Sale. Wanted Bummm Blocks For Sale .IS Wanted to Ecchanse-lTarraa lor City Property, vented Meroihndlse u> Trade Tor Farms. . M.;6OBDOS.SptT Block Logansport, Indians. D. W. TOMLINSON. BEAL ESTATE bought and sold,MONEY loaned on reasonable terms. OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4in Street. KROBGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. 3>r, E. H. Grace. DENTAL PARLORS, SI6 Market St. OM ideas ID Gold Crown and Bridge Work. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 4 Plenty of strawberries—Rothermel, Soup beans and celery—Rothermel. Ice cream soda 5 cents at Johnston's. Wax beans, peas and green beans at Rothermel'a. Parasol and umbrella sale today at the Trade Palace. Buy your plants of the Broadway Presbyterian ladies. le Foy tonight In "Off the Earth." Drink orange phosphate prepared by Hassler, the expert, at Johnston's. Our summer opening of wash poods will take plaoo today—The Bee Hive. Opera house tonight, Eddie Foy in "Off the Earth," the greatest event this year. Natural gas bills for May now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Eddie Foy in "Oft the Earth" tonight at the opera house; 115 people in the company. Dr. J. W. Ballard and J. D Ferguson bagged five dozen snipe while out hunting Thursday. Medium weight and light weight underwear all styles and prices, at Fisher's, the Hatter. Don't forget our umbrella and parasol sale today; 20 per cent value; all prices quoted—Trade Palace. To miss seeing Eddie Foy in ' Off the Earth" is to miss a rare treat of excellent merit Saturday night. Three pairs of Hermgdorf german fast black stockings with double heels and toes for 50 cents, at the Bee Hive. Get your underwear for 5 cents each today at the Trade Palace. Silk vests all colors, 50 cents. See our sweaters. A choice line of shirt waists will be placed on sale today worth from $1,25 to ?2.50, and your choice for$l, at the Busy Bee Hive. An affidavit was yesterday filed In 'Squire Bight's court by Mrs. Mattie Cranshaw, charging Oliver Dlxon w 1th. assault and battery. The parlies are colored. A warrant was Issued for Dlxon who is thought to be at Peru. James Douglass has bought for $1,500 a vacant lot next to hla home on High street near Seventh. The lot haa a frontage of fifty-five feet, and was owned by Mrs. Hamilton of Fort Wayne. Mr. Douglass will build a fine residence on the lot. The Winamac Democrat-Journal of yesterday contained the following concerning the recent Christian Endeavor convention held at that place: "A large audience greeted Mr. S. L. Mershon of Chicago at the Presbyterian church Friday night, and gave him the closest attention throughout his very interesting address on. foreign missions. MUs Ethel Pryor, a charming young lady from Logansport, led in the devotional aervloe, while Prof. E. M. Brown conducted the singing. This meeting was about the closing of a three days' session of [the Christian Endeavor convention, which had brought together the beat workers of that society from this and the adjoining counties." CASSCODNJlfT SCHOOL CHILDREN The FI«nr*H Show m Falling Off In Eleven Townships and » Total i Decrease of-436. The following table relative to to school enumeration of Caes county May 1,1895 has been prepared by3upt Gardner. i CORI'OBATHMi WtTITK COL'll'D Townships Adams Betblflbcm Boone CJaj- Clinton Deer Creek Eel Harrison Jackson Jefferson, MlHDll Noble Tlpton Washington Total in tp 166' l&t 280 118 127 289 51 181 249 ](H 114 73 829 237 3811 2551 15S72 Loss In i! Grain S, Loss 1 Loss 92 Lo«8 18 Loss ?>- LOS1 106 Gain 3* 364 Lois 1C 5>4 Gain I. 058 Loss ]5 351 ICO Loss 40 532 Loss 1 " Loss U tp»25ii Boyal Center Included In Boone township. Walton S3 9flf....| f 180[Loi»4 Total In towns, Loe&zjsport.... Total in cities Jill 88 all) 901. iS5ILosslntp4 32091 2iji 28 BS74 LOIS.IX 3200 20 28 Grand total 0011 OSCUi 26! 28 11031 In cty 456 G3T4T. .MAT 1,1802. Total in city.... ............................................... 5,277 Total In county ............................................. 11,2SS MAY 1, 1803. Total In city .............. ; ................................... 4.C1J Total In county .............................................. 10,25'J MAt 1,1801. Total In city ................................................. C.D70 Total In county ............................................. 12,33" MAY 1,1803. Total In city ............................................. ... 8,374 Toialln county ........................................... 11,931 Tbeee figures are substantially correct. The comparison of totals in the last few years will show a falling off In the city of 663 from May 1, 1892 to May, 1893, and a decrease in the county of 1,039 for the same year. In the twelve months from May 1, 1893, to May 1, 1891, a big increase Is again recorded of 1,954 in the city and 2,128 in the county. The figures included In the table above give results that are probably much nearer infallibility than those of 1893, and a decrease of 196 Is shown for the city and of 456 for the county. The biggest decrease, 256 occurred In the country. Adams township shows the biggest pain, 35 Boone township, including Royal Center, furnishes the biggest loss, 92. J>oic« and PonleM That Almost TalK. The above company of all star animal actors will appear in this city under a tent at the corner of High and Tenth streets throe nights beginning Monday May 6lh. One reason of Professor Blake's great success is the fact that coupled with his remarkable artistic powers Is a: .distinct purity and nobility of nature, an ln« telligent, honest manhood, rarely met with in other walks of life, and still more rarely met with la the line of animal trainers. The moral integrity is so apparent in his professional work that not to speak of it would be to slight an Influence that has distinctively emphasized his art as a trainer. He Is certainly the greatest . in . hla line before the public, and has the most refined exhibition of educated animals of this day and time. Doge and ponies that can almost talk, and at prices so low that everybody can attend. Children, 10 cents; adults, 20 cents. Matinee Wednesday at 3:45 p. m. 'Marie Great interest attaches to the appearance at Dolan'g opera house on Wednesday, May 8th, of that admirable actress, Marie Walnwright,in the new society drama, "Daughters of Eve," by A; E Lancaster and Julian Magnus. In this piece, which has made an Immense sensation in New York, Chicago and nearly all the largest cities, Miss Walnwright has won her greatest success. The New York Recorder of O3tober 23d last, said : • 'Daughters of Eve" Is a play of modern English life, with a strong emotional basis, and is replete with exciting and dramatic situations. The book wan suprisiagly direct and unusual interest was Manifested by all, Th.e company Is headed by that excellent leading man, Nathaniel Hartwig. ' A Fr«BTint Breath ud Pearly Teeth Are easily attained, and thoee who fall to avail themselves of the means, should cot complain, when accused of gross neglect. feOZODONT will speedily eradicate the cause of a foul breath, beautifying and preserving the teeth to the oldest age. McGorrln-rinnk. Mlse Pearl P. Plank os! this city, was married to Martin McGurrln of Chi- oago at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. O. P. Ross, April 24th.' 189S. The groom la an employe In one of the dry goods establishments of Chicago. She Rained Her Health at School. Sad, but needless. With proper care and the use of Zoa-Phora, at needed periods, her splendid Intellect might now bo supported by perfect physical powers and graces. . Sold by B. F. Keetllnff and Couluon & Co. JOHN BINGrAMAN H«« Been Taken to Indlinapolla to Aorwer to Uie Federal Court, m. Merloni Choree. John Bingaman, a son of William Bingaman, is in the hands of the federal authorities. He was taken befare U. S. commissioner G. W Funk yesterday, by a U. S. deputy marshal, and was later taken to the Capital city, having been bound over to the U. 3. diitrlct court, charged with appropriating a letter addressed to William Burgman, and delivered to Bingaman by mistake. The letter was mailed last December, and contained a draft for $56, which it Is alleged, was cashed at the State National bank by John R. Bingaman. William Burg man never received the letter or the draft. Wm. T. Fletcher, U. S. postofflce inspector, instigated the arrest o: Bingaman, and Judge John C McGregor appeared before the com, miseioner as the defendant ti attorney Blngaman's bond was flxad at f 200, which he failed to furnish. "Of the Kirth" Tonight Considerable Interest is manifested In tne forthcoming engagement of the American travesty company at the opera house Saturday night May 4 Tne occasion will be of especial in terest to many of our theatre goers for the reason that it will mark the first appearance In this city, in stellar capacity,of everybody's favorite Eddie Foy. The scenic Investiture of •Off the Earth" is said to surpass any thing ever seen on the local stage, and the light effects are claimed to be absolute Innovations in stage illunjl nation. The «eual accompaniment of pretty girls, lovely costumes, pretty songs, and bewildering ballets will be In evidence on this occasion, and the entire antertainment is well calculated to please all clauses. At the opera house next Saturday night. The German Baptist'* Meeting JDeca lac, Illinois. For this occasion the Wabash Railroad will sell tickets May 24th to to June 3d, inclusive, from all points to Decatur, 111., at one fare lor the round trip, good to return any time up to June 30th. This Is the only line run- ing direct to the meeting grounds. Be sure and go via the Wabash in order to save delay and trouble in changing from one road to another, either before your arrival at Decatur or after. For time tables, printed matter and other information call on or write to any ticket agent of the Wabash or connentlng lines or C. S. CRANE, Gan'l Pass. & Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. KevlNltluic Old .Scenes. William Chase, of Wisconsin, for many years a resident of Cass county and one of the pioneer settlers, is the guest of his nephew, Judge Chase. Mr. 3baae Is now 81 years of age, and lakes great pleasure in renewing his old acquaintances here. He will be pleased to greet hia old friends at the office of Judge Chase. Insurance, Loans, S. M. CLOSSON, 319 Pearl etreet. Filling's Popular Prices! Ladies' Oxfords, 65o to $8, nice ^-oods. Child's shoes, 18c to $1.DO. Misses' shoe8, 9So to $2.50. Boy's shoes, 75c to §3. Men's shoes, 95c to . "Women's shoes, 80o to $6 per jair. We have the stock, the -widths md the prices to suit all. Come and ;eo ns.—Pilling, 412 Broadway. The Latest Style Shoe*. Pilling the shoe man is showing some very elegant styles in spring and summer foot-wear, especially ;hose beautiful white Oxfords and he price only a trifle, §1.95 and his colored man will beep them clean for you free of charge. Who does more or your trade? T«p Shoes are quite the TUnr. Especially so when they are kept nice and clean. Filling's artist understands his business and will keep hem looking nice and new. ".Fillings itoek of tan goods can not be equall •d in the city. A Shining Reward. Will be given to anyone buying heir shoes of Pilling, J412 Broadway and did you know his line of shoes are warranted both in price and quality. Price guaranteed to be as ow if not lower than any other shoe louse on the same olasa of good lonest shoes. No cheap shoes, but ood shoes at low prices. If you want your lace curtains to ook the same as new,'send them to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. : CAMPBELL BROS., - • 428 Market St Necessity l Knows No Law!! We cannot hope for profit now. It is the| last week of our....-, Great Removal Sale. Only a few days more.. The last week atl the New Fashion Store. Opportunity makes the prices. We prefer to sell rather than to move. Go through our first and second floors tomorrow and every da/ this week. Look for what you want now or may need| in the future, for you will Never Buy So Cheap Again!! HARRY FRANK New York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. 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. 31O;BKOA1»WAV. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8' Market St. A -New Firm. s STEELE & TOUKEY can save you from $6 to f8 on I a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and a I 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. It'wlll pay you to be particularas to whose seeds yon buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the. ;easoa of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others asm* seed*, ;hat while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then Borne other* they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no otter seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philade phia our cn»- ;omera may rely on getting nothing bat the very best. I believe that th» cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person tow the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very bert,_, We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a «?8» complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them, perfect never particular;and as an evidence of tfil* fact we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many fronr • distance. Our trade has increased on this particular line of gooda mor., than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line Landreth & Sons has been 115 years In occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617, 628 Broadway.; j ..•••)« ".:,--'7«?1

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