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May 14, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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HE LEADER. Will open for ness Wednesday, May 15, with every department complete in all that is new and Desirable in DRY GOODS. A souven- ier given each customer on Wednesday, May 15. Styles & Co., o ice, NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Charlea \>l»on, Accmted of Complicity In Ihe H«cent Aitunlt am Pan Handle Trainmen at Danklrlc. In Arreated, Sitting In the Pan Handle passenger station yesterday afternoon, with bis head tied,up in a handkerchief com pletely hiding one eye and guarded by the railway company's chief detective Bradley and an assistant, was Cbas. Nelson, an alleged tramp, awaiting: the arrival of the train which was to convey him to Portland, Jay county, where be will be placed in jail, awaiting trial, charged with assault with latent to commit murder. He is said to have been one of the gang that assaulted a Fan Handle freight crew at Dunkirk last Friday, mention of which was made in Sunday's Journal. Capt. Bradley arrested him Sunday, and for safekeeping brought him here. Nelson is 25 years old, and claims Ohio as his home, lie looks strong and healthy. His stolidity and indifference were noticeable and he did not seem to care what the future held for him. The railroad company claims to have a good case against him TOUR NAME IH PRINT. THE BOND TOO STEEP. Are you going to build, Veranda? Repair or Want See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixtn and High Street. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In Iff T,t<WA:i. ;S$'3&S i mam FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. Calls Promptly Attended;to Day orJNight. Phone No 99. COCKBUKN.BROS. Jloney to Lonn on Mortgage Security on Easy Mentnly Payments. we Write l'!:o, Life, Accident, Plate Glass and Tornado Insurance. Buy nncl Sell Real Eswta. Call and See Us, Onice'Hooms 2 and 3 Spry Building. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORN-ING. MAY 14. " . Mias Jennie Putney is sink with pleurisy at her home on High street. An inmate of the county jail, named 3adlo Chetwood. is said to be very sick. It will make you feel ten years younger to see funny farce comedy JUttlo Trixle tonight. The Princes of the Orient will fro to Marlon next Monday night, the visit Saving been postponed. Acute and chronic catarrh, bay fever and diseases of the throat, by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. A big tree at Spencer park, located near tho pavilion, was blown down by the high wind Saturday night. It ia stated that the Logansport street railway company did not pay Operating expenses last year. The operators defeated the mail carriers at base ball Sunday morning at iJoe Driving park by a score of 20 to 7. A royal entertainment is in store i'Or all on Wednesday night at the •opera house. Duncan Clark's female ailnstrela will ba there. The Rev. W. R. Lowe has accepted 3 call to a -Christian church at Mt. •Garmel, 1)1., and he will be joined Ahere In June by his family. A lawn feto will be given at the Some of Miss Bessie Hauk Friday *Teniog from 7 to 10 by the "Glean- *rs" of the First Presbyterian church. We have told you that Duncan €lark'i» female minstrels will be at the •pera house Wednesday night. Don't target the date: It won't be repeated. •'Uncle Sam" Mettled. The following gentlemen, who had claims in against Uncle Sam for extra back pay while In the local mall set-* vice, have received or will receive today the amounts of their demands: F. W. Proaoh, John B. Smith, George Boerger, John Parker, Al Denbo, Gao, P. McKee, David Clymer, H. A.Moore, Byron Wilson, Robert Manders, Elmer McAllister, Andrew Morgan. John Bishop, Charles Sellers. W. W. Wil. eon, Charles Enyart and the estate of the late James Gorman. The total coming to Log&aeport, IKS 20 per cent, which goes to the Washington attorneys, C. and W. B. King, is about $1,800. A Strong Play. "The Lost Paradise" appeals so Strongly to every citizen at all interested in current aflairs of the graver social condition that it would notjbe at all surprising if Manager Patterson did a land office business next Friday night. The announcement of the second appearance in this city of William Morris certainly carries a sufficient degree of interest alone to draw a large audience, even in a play not so universally recognized as a popular one as -The Lost Paradise." An Interesting Meeting. At the A. M. E. church May 26th, the Rev. H. J. Norrls will address a gathering of the representative colored people from this city, Lafayette, Marlon and other neighboring cities. The occasion will be an especially interesting one. It will be the regular quarterly meeting of the church. Colored Knights Templar and mem. bers of the Order of the Eastern Star will attend from out of town, and the local lodge will royally entertain them. Zo»-Miorm—VfoMm»'« ftlcod. Has a grand record as a remedy for all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist for one of the Zoa-Phora Medical Books for women. Sold by B.F. Keesling and Ban Fisher. j The Alleged GuldBrlcK Sharper'* Bail Placed at Fifty Thousand. A special from Richmond, Va., says: Frank L. Smith, alias Parker, the alleged gold brick swindler, was taken before Judge Borham, of Greenville, county court today, on a writ of habeas corpus and a motion was made for bail. The judge eaid it was a bailable case, and fixed the bond at $50,000, which Smith was unable to give, and was brought back to Hen- rlco jail. This is probably the largest bond ever required of any one in Vir ginla. It is said that Smith's friends expected the bond to be $5,000, and they would hare put up cash in that sum. JNot l>aiiK«rcn«ly Ilnrt. Little Glen Bureon, who bad an ankle broken at the Strecker-Taber block Saturday evening by a falling timber, waa yesterday said to be improving. It was at first feared that possibly fatal injuries had been inflicted. He is being cared for at his grandfather's home over Rothermel's grocery. May invite the «. K. State Convention. The Christian Eadeavorers of Lo- ganeport are considering- the advisability of extending an Invitation to the C. E State convention to meet here in 1896, A meeting of-, member's of the executive committees of the various local unions to diecuss the matter will ba held Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Etbel Pryor on -Broadway. .For Alleged .A«wBnlt mud JJaltery. Gottlieb Schaefer has been charged by Walter Coll the cooper, with assault and battery. The alleged trouble occurred at the ccoper shop of Scbaefer on North Sixth street Saturday night. Mr. Schaefer was arrested yesterday morning. The Louisville Courier Journal says: "May SmithRobbins, at the Bijou, in • 'Little Trixle" is drawing well. Miss Robbins' support is capable and the play, a bright and mualcal Comedy, Is a vehicle for a number of clevor specialties. It will be produced the reat of the week with usual matineea. Thia clever aoubrette will be at the opera house tonight. Two Alleged Runaway*. No reason is given for the prolonged absence from home of Delbert Garrett and Willie Keller, two West Side bojs, who have been away since Sunday morning. It Is thought they have gone on a pleasure tour of the country. A Sncceasifnl Caleb Banta of Jefferson township, waa robbed by burglars Saturday night. The robbers entered his house and succeeded in escaping with a quantity of meat, a 'shot gun and a rifle, besides other articles of value. The Electric .Light Keport. The common council will meet Wednesday night in regular session. Among othei things of interest the report ol the electric light committee on the coat of tbe city's electrio light piaot, will be read. A Sew Clear Factory. A cigar factory, to employ when In full running order, fifteen men, will be put in by A. Lewis at the rooms above M. J. Bligh'e, which he has recently rented. Kadkey-FlndJlng. The wedding of Andrew End key and .Miss Katie Flndling will occur at 8 a. m.. today. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Father Koehne. Special Meeting. . • Of the Ladies of the G. I. A. to B.L. £. Tuesday afternoon at 2:80. Business of importance. By order of the president. -• . Items of a Penonal Character Con- cernlDK transporters and Their Friends. John Painter has returned from feru. Gee Luce came up yesterday from Indianapolis. The Hon. W. D. Owen has gone to New York City. Wm. Dolan Is at Allegan, Mich., on a Business visit. Miss Eva Ferguson ofr Peru Is visiting relatives here. Mr. Bert Worden of Montlcello, was in the city Sunday. J W. Fromeyer was at Lafayette Sunday with friends. Charles Kreis was yesterday at Kewanna on business. Mlas Lydia Smith has gone for a tour of tbe Eastern States. Will Gleason was here Sunday from Lafayette visiting friends. Mrs H. Thornton has gone to Columbus, 0., to visit relatives. Mrs. C. B. Wellborn ia at Russell- vllle, Ky., visiting her mother. Ed B. McConnell was transacting business yesterday at Marlon. Harry Cain of Kokomo has taken a position at Porter's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Llndquiat are here from Chicago visiting relatives. Miss Fannie Mull Is at Indianapolis spending a few days with her sister. Mrs. John B. WUkln has returned from a visit at Indianapolis andLafay ette. Mrs. John Keller has returned home from a long visit at Verona, Ind. Misa Gertrude Winters attended the May festival at Indianapolis last evening. ' L. F. Loree of the C. & P. railway company, was here yesterday on business. Jacob Cook has gone to Danville, 111., to enter the employ of Sohmitt & Heinly. Will Swigart and Henry Sohwier were at Kokomo visiting friends Sunday. Mrs. A. F. Howard of Gas City, is visiting- here with the family of E. M. Howard. Sol H. Cohn, who attended the St. Louis convention of ticket brokers, has returned. Miss Blanche 'Collet! who has been teaching school atCorjuga, Ind,, baa returned home. ' Jake Oppenhelmer is preparing to remove his family to the city from Trenton, Tenn. Mrs. Jos. Merrill of North street has as a guest her mother, Mrs. Ed Gray of.' Peru. Mrs. Sarah Keesling is here from Pendleton for a visit with Mr. and Mre. B.F. Keesling. Misses Hannah Long and Mayme Sperm burg were here Sunday from Peru visiting friends. Mrs. Delia Humphreys of Lima, Ohio, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. MoMIllen of tbe West Side. Dr. B. N, Pansier, the druggist of Marlon, is here visiting his sons, M. D. Fansler and Austin Pansier. John Craig was here from Kokomo Sunday, and went to Indianapolis yes- tarday to attend the May festival. Peter Wallrath ia attending the national meeting of the Catholic Knights Of America at Omaha, Neb. Mr. nnd Mrs. ,C. J. Kern have returned to their home at Valparaiso, after a week'a stay with relatives here. Mrs. T, J. Allen and Mrs. Belle Tallman of Chicago stopped here a few hours yesterday on their way to Huntingdon. Mrs. Jordan and daughter, Miss Pearl, who visited Mrs. Fullz in this city, have returned to their home at Royal Center. The Rev. C. B. Wellborn of the Cumberland Presbyterian church is at Meridian, Miss., to attend the general assembly of that church. Mrs. Sarah Hannah was in the city a few hours yesterday with the family of S.B. Richardson, on her way from Wabash to Black Hills, S. D. Mrs. A. G. Cooper and daughter Miss Alice, of Chicago, who have been visiting the family of George Zinc north of the olty, have returned home. The Rev. T. S. Freeman and wife, the Rev. W. R- Lowe and wife, the Rev. S. W. Brown and T. J. Legg, State superintendent of Christian Sur day schools, will attend the meeting of the Christian church association of Indiana at Frankfort, beginning today and lasting until Thursday. We Will Continue these Prices for a few More Days. Our New Store will be chuck full of morv^y saving goods tomorrow, Read. Read. Read. Mens good suits, spring styles $4.50. Boys good suits, light colors $3.50. Childrens double breasted suits 88c, Mens summer underwear only I9c. STRAW HATS! Lower than any house in the city. Be sure and see our Blouse Waists at 25c. Ladies fine Satin Scarfs 25c, others askSOc. Silver Lace Pins with purchases. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Ne» York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. CHEAP SUITS! Sold by STEELE & TOUKEY. All wool; tailor made; perfect fit guaranteed. All we ask is for you to call and see our line and we can seJJ you a suit frade to a Queen's taste. Steele & Youkey, 404 Broadway. Up Stairs. A Ills Barn Burned. George Galloway's barn north of Lake Cicott, was Saturday destroyed by fire, causing a loss of $1,600. The insurance will only half cover the damage. Ihe fire is supposed to have been caused by children playing with matches. All the live stock was saved, but grain and farming tools vrere consumed. A Former Resident Killed. George Lewis, a lumberman, formerly owner of a sawmill near the 18th street bridge in the city, was killed Saturday at Peru by a piece of timber thrown by a moving saw. The deceased wag all his life a sawmill man and was forty-eight years old, having been born in Pipe Creek township. While here he lived witU his family on Toledo street. Returned For Forgiveness. John Jackson, jr., and his bride, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shaefer of West Market street, have returned from St. Joseph, Michigan, where they were married Friday. For a time they will reside with the parents of the bride. A. Runaway Accident. Mrs. Neleon Scott of Clay township, was injured Sunday ic a runaway accident, she being thrown from a carriage in iuch a manner as to break her •boulder blade. A Xew County Map. F. A. Battey & Co. of Chicago are making a canvass for a county map which they propose to get out. Thef | have the assistance of ex-County Sur- . veyor Beck with his surveys, and propose to make the map accurate and reliable. It has beep twenty years since such a map wan gotten out, roads I hive been changed since that time and j much property hat changed hand*, 10 that the old map ia practically worth* less. It would seem that a new map is a necessity. Xo-t-lee. Frozen water pipes and well pumpi. etc., thawed-out. JT J. HfLDEBRAlfDT, The 4tb St. Plumber Nothing has yet been heard of Fannie Vinius, who left an infant baby to the mercies of Mn. Jordan Smith, to whom she WAS a stranger. It is thought ihe took the Wabash train Saturday erening. RI» Frleada are Interested. Francis Lowery and Charles Fleck of Dieco, Ind-, have been In the city in the interests of Postmaster J. W. BeareJ of that place, who has ;been bound over to the D. 8. district court in the sum of $1,000 on a charge of embezzlement. They believe Bears was swindled. Through Bnfl>t 8l*»pln»:Car to 3f tch- ifmm Point*. Commencing about the middle of June, and continuing; until the latter part of September, the Vandallt line place In service elegant buffet sleeping cars to be ran through to Petoskey* Bay View, via Terre Haute, St. Joseph, Grand Rapid e, Traverse City and Charlevoix. This will be the .only line of through cars from St. Louis to the delightful and cool resorts ol Michigan. Only one change of cars to Mackinac Island. For detailed information address nearest Vandalia Line Agent, or E. A. Ford. General Passenger Agent, St. Louis. To Mo. Gentlemen, have you seen that new and popular shoe called the "Toklo?" It is a fitter and it Is handsome. P'llinfr, .412 Broadway, has them. Shines free. Three Button Half Shoe. The new three button half shoes are going to be worn, and are quite the thing for ladies. Neat, cool and comfortable. Pilling the shoo man has them in all style to^s. Up to Date Shoe*.: That is what people say about Filling's shoes. Always the new ideas, and price always the lowest for first class goods. Shines free,and monkey show free. Yes, Pilling stll) bas the monk. Columbia Bicycle*. Columbia bicycles are the standard bicycles of the world. Who is it that don't Tinow what a Colombia is? Aay man. even a little boy, seeing a^ : Columbia will say, why, that's a Col-' urnbia; that's a good -wheel, that is. We all like to have people know that we have a good wheel. Then. why not buy the best? Buy a Columbia. Go to Pilling, 413 Broadway.- He will show yon all the good point* and tell yon all abont them. -. LlXCOLX WASHIi'GTO'PlLLJSO, 412 Broadway. Loganpport, Tod., U. S. A. I f you want yoor lace curtains to look the game as new, eend them to as for laandrring- A long experience .j in this line of work enables as to guarantee satisfaction. CAXPBBUC, 423 Market Bt

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