Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 10, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 10, 1895
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Which in your mind carries the most the button or the suspenders. We can furnish you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DEWENTBR, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon. No extra charge for it, but it is valuable. It bares our names, and that will remind you of the necessity of a New 1 \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. AL. T. YOUNG, TUB PEflRL 8TRB.ET TfVlLOR. f BR. F. M. BOZER'S ENTAL PARLORS, -*r State National) Bank, Logansport, Ind. S. W. BROWN. Loan. Real Estate. and Insurance'Agency. Money to loan In (inj amount and f B easy terms. festrsMe f arm and clt.t property lor sale, Insnr- an<* placed Ac. Ofllc* Justice block, front room; upstairs. CHAS. W. SeLEGUB, Watchmaker and Engraver. : store. Broad Twlor." jH°work warranted. DAILY JOURNAL See Otto's change of advertisement. MoKeen's tteamlaundry—good work Say, ladles, Otto wants to see you today. Natural gas bills for May now due and payable. Underwear for the thousands at the Trade Palace. Harry Frank la still giving I Is here to stay. I'll hustle for you, show your ap. eolation—Otto Kraus. Good morning, have you tried our orange phosphate at Johnston's drug •tore? The Worlds Fair Administration building;will soon be exhibited in Logansport—Bee Hive. See those hose whose heels and toes are double—25 cents for two pairs, at Fisher's, the Hatter and Furnisher. The fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla. once fairly tried, becones the favorite spring medicine, speaks volumes for its excellence and merit. Our fifty cent lies just'please the eye; so what's the me to parley ? "You can't lose me. Charley." at Fisher's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Awarded HlfbMt Honors- World'* Fair. •DR; sunshine and light showers fell only .n few localities. Spring work is well advanced and the crops are In a fair condition. Rye and wheat in low lands, are looking well and not Injured yet by the drouth. In the southern portion wheat Is jointing in a few Jelds, and in general it is not Btoollng out well, and in some parts of the northern section Is backward. On some fields in LaGrange county it IB only six inches high, and IB the poorest, at this time for years. Oats are but small yet, and with sufficient rains will make a good crop, especially in CalB, Warren Carroll, Miami and Whitley counties. Corn planting is progressing nicely; nearly all planted in tho southern and central sections, and but few counties in the northern part that have not planted any at all. Apples, pears and plums are bloom- Ing well and promise well. There will be peaches in Whitley and Elkhart. Garden vegetation Is well advanced and strawberries are all right, but raspberries and blackberries are injured in most or the northern counties. Insects did no damage to fruit blossoms and a good crop of apples, peara, plums and berries may be expected. Sheep shearing has commenced in most of the counties and is ended In some. The eerman fUptlnt'a Meeting- Dec» tur, Illinois. this occasion the Wabash Rail- sell tickets May 24th to to JunS^d, inclusive, from all points to Deoatur, HJv at one fare for the round trip, good to return any time up to June SOth. 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 Deoatur or after. For time tables, printed matter and otlif ? Information call on or write to toy ticket agent of the Wabash or oonneotingrllnes or C. S. CRANE, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Ho Perf»ri»»ne» Tonight. Owing to the trouble arising at Tiptoe, the Slayton Jubilee singers have closed their season and will give no performance tonight at the opera house. Yours, S. B. PATTERSON, Manager opera house. Item, of a Pen>on»l Ch«rmet«v Con- cento* bogwnvarter* and Their FrlendH. In the city yesterday: W. H. White of Chicago. S. Casparls of Columbus. Francis Dillon of Rochester. John Schneider of Burnetisville. Ike.Oppenheimer was at Cincinnati jesterdayon business. W, W. Smith and Thomas Kuhn are at Maxlnkuckee fishing. Mrs. Sohubeck and. Mrs. Barahop are visiting in Chicago. Walter Cloason came home from Anderson yesterday morning. Wm. Murray of Kokomo was yesterday visiting W. H. Moore. A. P. Fljnn is visiting his uncle, Marvin Hathaway at Jhlcago. Mrs. August Hlpskind is here from Wabaih for a visit with her mother. Miss Jessie Harris of Lafayette, Is visiting Misses Maggie and Bertha Shaefer. Mrs. Leo. Nussbaum was here yes terday the guest of her mother, Mrs. Michaels. W. E. Haney and daughter Miss Carrie Haney, left yesterday for trip to New York city. Mrs. D. E. Pryor and daughter Mabel have gone to Dayton, Ohio, called there by the illness of a rola. tlve. MlesKate Strauss is the guest of her father in the city. Miss StrauRB IB a teacher In the Terra Haute Bchools. The Rsv. E. S. Scott will go to la dianapolis today to attend a meeting •f the executive committee of the Chautauqua Assembly association. Neal Keeslingof Pendleton, who has been visiting his brother, B. F. Kees- Hng in the city, has returned home While in the city he bought a fim team of hot flee. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Kerns of Val paraiso'andMrs. E. MoCra and son •William of Kentland are in the city assisting in the celebration of the 81s birthday anniversary of Mrs. Cath arlne Kerns. The Ordor of I-ocuhontw The Ladles' Auxiliary to tb Noble Order of Red Men had a bea big pow.wow and doings of an unusua nature last night at Progress hall. A degree staff of about forty ladles trom Kokomo were present and were handsomely entertained by the local aquaws. About twenty ladies and a dozen men took the Pooahontas degree, forming council No. 66 of the followers of Pooahontas. The council will meet twice a month at the Progress hall Officers were chosen and installed, Mre. Jos. Hankee being made Pooahontas. Afier the work was over an Inviting lunch was spread and disposed of. The Kokomo delegation returned home on the 12:40 train this morning "o 11 pleased with their reception treatment here. OTTO KRAUS' Extraordinary Suit Sale. $15 Suit for Men -- $7.5O $20 " " 50 Alto the celebrated Blackday Worsted, never sold at less than $13; Sack and Cutaway at $7 50. These suits ™* •£*££*£ 50 styles) all new, strictly pure wool, made ,n UNION SHOPS and by far the best value ever offered at any regular or Bankrupt Sale. The sale continues until the 20th so as to give all our f r.ends an opportunity. Respectfully, OF COURSE; ITEMS. Girl wanted at 224 Sel River avenue. Tb.lrty.six styles new ladles' leeks at Otto's for 19 cents. 19 cents for 50 cent ladles' ties- extra long. —Otto Kraus. well and POWDER _ __- _^_ .Kv^vt •>«r*^* > tf* \& A T"\ MOST PERFECT MADE. * pun Grtp. Owm«,' Tartar *»**• Free |«n Ammonia, Alum cv ™ y other adultennt 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. To Act on the Bridge Mailer. A special session of the county com- mlsioners has been called lor today to take action on the question of a new bridge at Market street and the Eel river. Worli'i CoImbiM Was of value to the world by illustra ting tbe Improvements in the meohan- ioal arts, and eminent physician* will tell you that the progress In medicinal agents, has been of equal Importance, and at a strengthening l*»tive tnat Syrup ol Figs !• f»r In advance of all others. ______ 50 cent* for 19 cents for everybody that wean shirt waliti, at Otto'i. Hon. 81 Sheerm »t l.«ftyette. Lafayette Leader: Hon. Si Sheerin came down from Logansport. He Is the same jovial and genial gentleman. A Leader reporter presuming upon an acquaintance of many years struck Mr. S. for a loan of a quarter, but having juit disposed of his natural gas plant at a fabulous figure, Mr. Sheerin had nothing less than one thousand dollar bills. The reporter could not change this and that was the end of that effort to make a raise. Lafayette friendi are pleased to know that hereafter he will reside on Easy street. _ That Dyn«H»I«e Utory It has been found that Wm Cooh- ran's horror-causing narrative of the designs some enemies had on his existence and happiness, were not necessarily applicable to the dynamite cartridges found in his smokehouse near Idaville. The Million Bros., well-diggers who use the disturber in their business, had been using it in a well at Coohran's, had placed it in the smoke house and had forgotten to remove it. Another penny-a-line sen satlon Is killed. To OD«erT« Tamina'a D»y. Sunday, May 12th. the members 0 the Noble Order of Red Men wil observe, according to their custom the day of lamina. A sermon, appro priate to the day will be preaobed bj the Rev. 1. S. Guthrle at the Uolver salist church Sunday morning »t 11 o'clock, and Wea Tribe No, 170 wil attend the service in a body. Th* Templar will be held in Boston, 26th to SOth, 1895. For this occasion the Wabash RaUroad will sell ticket from all stations to Boston at on* fare for the round trip. Map of route an j •guide to Boston will be mailed on application to C. S. CBAMS. Gen'l Pali, and Ticket Ag't,. . St, Louis, Mo. JohnSohwelr is working at the Progress clothing store this week. Summer underwear and cool straw hats from 25 cents up at Harry Frank. A good clever comedy by good artists. Little Trlxle next Tuesday night. Hastings Moore, a painter of Peru, B now employed by J. E. Erwln of lis city. Hey! grass cloth four-ln-hands 25o. —Fisher, Hatter and Furnisher, 4th nd^Broadway. " The "Elwood and Logansport base all teams will play Sunday at the Driving park. Why buy old styles of suits when Harry Frank sells you new styles for ess money. Wm 'Sedam and family have moved rom : No. 620 west Market street to Vo. 1215 east Market. We have never been undersold nor never will be. A look at our stock and prices will prove It to you—Harry Frank. A six year gold daughter of Thos. Austin is very sick at the home on east High street, from the after effects ot measles. Miss Mame Beam very charmingly oared for a gathering of jolly friends at her home for a few hours Wednesday evening. A small company of friends were delightfully entertained Wednesday nlght'by Miss Sybil Stevens at her home on Fourth street. j Township assessor McDonald, his ten helpers are hard at Particular pains are being taken In appraising the realty in the city. The capacity of the brick yard on the North Side, owned by Medland & Son has recently been almost doubled by the addition of now machinery. Mrs. Pittman of west Market street waa very sick for several hours yesterday. Dr. Brad field pronounced the trouble of an apopleptlc nature. A missionary tea will be given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wlp- perman No. 1605 North street tonight by the ladies ot the English Lutheran church. Manager Patterson has placed prices on the Little Triiie show for next Tuesday night at 25, 35, 50 cents. This should be the means of packing the house. Frank* Barr, the well known printer formerly of Logansport has come into the control of the Morning News, a highly successful and deservedly popular paper at Marlon- »• A horsa WM .stolen at Converse Wednesday nllfU and the thief was •aid to have come In this direction. The local police" were notified. The horse was » dapple gray. The Indications BOW are that the owe of Mr*. Catharine Dear vs.the LoKansport itreet railway for damage! will be heard the^secbnd week of June in the Howard county circuit court. It would seem the case has not been compromised. John Cotterman a farmer who has lived for more than forty years in this county, died Wednesday morning. The funeral of Michael D. Leahy held yesterday morning, conducted by Very Rev. M. E. Campion at St. Vincent de Paul church was very largely attended. The death of A. M. Eldridge, clerk of Carroll county, was reported yesterday. Ihe deceased was • 65 yean old and a brother to Mies Lydla Eldridge of Logansport. Mrs. E. N. Taylor was surprised by a party of forty-three ladles of the Pooahontas lodge of Kokomo at her' dome on Eel river avenue last night. A very pleasant social time followed. A dozen members of the "Thunder" club passed a very pleasant evening with Miss Mayme Stanley at her home on Fourth and North streets last night. A light lunch was served. •Indianapolis Sentinel: "Trilby" isn't popular along the Wabasb. At least that Is what the fate of the chorus girls who went bathing at Logansport and were arrested would lead us to suppose. The coffee given last night at the home of Mrs. T. P. VanHorn No. 811 West Market street was well attended. The affair was a pleasant social event and was under the auspices of the ladies of Trinity Episcopal church. The Wolcott correspondent of the Monticello Herald says: Dr. Taylor of West Virginia will locate among us. Rumor has it;that ,;he will buy Dr. Small out, and Dr. Small will seek another location, probably Logansport. Fourteen students, making up the base ball team of the University of Chicago, passed through Logansport yesterday on the way to South Bend to play Notre Dame. The U. of C. ball team has only been beaten once this season, and then only by Anson's League Colts by a score of 6 to 4. Bishop John Hazen White will make his first visit to the Logansport parish today, and tonight will confirm a class oMen at the Trinity Episcopal church.- The services will begin at 7:30 and the public is wel come. An elaborate musical program has been arranged for the services Bishop White is a young man full o Ufe and energy, and an effective speak er. A large congregation will wel come him on his first visit to Logans* port. f\ffCArfopi'». HOUS JL) S. B. PATTERSON, M.-xnueer. TUESDAY, MAY 14, The Talented Little Soubrett*, MAY SMITH ROBBINS. Supported by lier own organization, tn the Musical Protean Comedy, LITTLE TRIXIE. F I AIM ED OK ANT UK10US A BJK Success In.' The Enxtern Cities. Sumrasr Prlces-23, 35 and Me. Sale Opens Monday Moralig at Johnsttn'i. —-=•—=— H=^=a^= ! ^ =! ^ ! NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSION! £dacailuK tbe Deaf. - The Journal has received the 51s annual report of the trustees and superintendent of the Indiana Institution for the Education of the Deaf There are six pupils from Cass county. AdaHagen. Wilier Nell and Fannie Seagraves of Log&nsport; Naomi G. Leazenby and Mearle Lldgard of Royal Center, and Earl ftilbert of Galveston. Tlmnday. iakeJKric & WeMern It. K. On Thurs Jay August 8, 1895, the ,ake Erie & Western R. R. will run their popular annual excursion to lleveland, Chautauqua Lake, Buffalo and Niagara Falls at the following verp low rates, viz: Lafayette, f 6.'0«; Indianapolis, $5.00-,Fort Wayne, $5:00 With corresponding reductions from intermediate points. In addition to the above, the purchasers of these tickets will be given prlvelege of special excursion Bide trips to Lewiston on.the-lake, Includ. ing a steamboat ride on Lake Ontario. for 26 cents. To Toronto and return by lake 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 ipending Sunday at the Falls, we will furnish all those who desire a side trip from Brockton Junction 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 bo good returning on all regular trains up to and including Tuesday, August 13, 1893. Secure your tickets, also chair and sleeping car accommodations, early. Those desiring can secure accommodatioms 1* these cars while at the Falls. For further information call on any agent Lake Erie;& Western R. R. or address C- F, DALY. Gen. Pass. Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. The CnKtd fcoeleiy »f Chrtattan B«- dearor and the National Young People's Christian Union will hold their Fourteenth International Convection at Boston, July 10 to 14. 1895. The Wabash Railroad has reduced tbe ratcto on« fint-claes fare for the round trip from all stations to Boston for this occasion. For maps o? route and guide to Boston write 10 C. S. CEAKE. <3en'l Pass- and Ticket Ag't., St. LouU, Mo, Wsuik In all tbe new dainty weaves and patterns In great profusion; 100 pieces of baizei were made to sell at 101 cents a yard, our price now 6J cents a yard at the Trade Palace. See belt buckles. mfmmoe* t»r the Him •••. Cali at George Harrison's, 617 Broadway and see the largest line of hammocks In tbe city. Prices, from forty cents up

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