Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 15, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 15, 1895
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HE LEADER. Will open for business 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. Rice, Styles & Co, NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. 'Are you going to build, Repair or Want a Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard ana Office, Sixth and High Street. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Emhalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of -all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. BROftDWftY, Calls Promptly Attended'.to Day or Night. Phone No 99. COCKBTJRN BROS- Hnnov to Loftn on MorTcngB Security on i. .) Moncy to We Write Kre. .Lite, Accident. Plate Glass and iTornarto Insurance, Buy ami Soil Real Estate. Call ami See Us, Offlco Rooms 2 and S Spry Building. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 15. Bicycle shoes only *1 50—Stevenson <& Klinaick. Got your carpets! at 50 cents on the .dollar—Trade Palace. .0. W. Traut has placed a first class -cooler for keeping butter In his grocery. Our pricoa arc not down for a week, .they're-always down—Boston Sample Shoe Co. .6J cents for 15 and 20 cent wasa fabrics. The sale starts today at the Bee Hivo. Acute' and chronic catarrh, bay fever jnd diseases ol the throat, by Dr. J. H. Sbultz, 412 Fourth street. For Sale—Desirable residence lots in College Hill plat on reasonable terms. Inquire of Gordon & Cockburn. A Gno young horse owned by Chas. Woodllng. was injured recently in a collision with «. barbed wire fence. Special Hale of black silks, satins, •etc., all at prices to close at the Trade Palace. Forty piece s to select from. And cow it's shoes, and next it will bo shoes, and thereafter it will be 9 hoes at loss than othor dealers can buy 'cm for—Boston Sample Shoe Co. The greatest wash poods sale ever inaugurated In Logansport starts today at tbo Bae Hive, 6 cases of these choicest wash fabrics are to go at Gi cents. See our silk sale today, 40 pieces -3eo* us by the Hascal Silk Manufacturing Co. on consignment to close at any price. Come along. Satin rha- damei, beaudeaolea. »»tln lu.xon, satin . duoheli—Trade Palace. Cas« Comity J-inmmer Xornial School. The summer normal school will be held at the old high school building, July 15th to August 23d, 1895. Tuition for the term (six week's) payable July 15th, $5. Per week, $1, payable each Monday. No deduction will be made for any reason. The following courses will be offered: Phvslnlocrand S-lMitlllo Tempernncp. History ami Civil dovtfrnnwnt. Beading und Literature- Jl ArUhmeu n e', "wwigriipiiy and G-ramniar-Bdsar - instructor. Instrnctor. Class divisions will bs BO arranged as to be advantageous to all who attended last summer, as well as those vruo did not attend. Persons desiring to board and room students and those desiring further Information, address J. H. GARDNER, County Supt. .... Logansport, Ind. I'eimloiiM for IvoiEnnsport Widows. Mary A. Klnslnfer, a soldier's widow, has been granted a pension of $S a month. Martha A Benefiol of the North Side, widow bf the late J. W. Benefiel has been given a pension of f 12 a month, dating from July, 1894. Jacob Veakley Ilnrt. Jacob Yeakley was Monday thrown 'from a wagon in a runaway near his home, four and a half miles aouih of Logansport, and is now laid up with a fractured rib and a seriously bruised shoulder. Dr. Bradfield is attending him. _ ^ _ A Plea TOT a IMrorce. Rose Reames of this city demands a divorce from Wm. J. Reames of Wok cott, alleging in her complaint that tbe defendant has been cruel in his treatment of her and has had a ten. donoy toward drunkenness. Manager J. B. Skinner of the Cen tral Union Telephone exchange, has been granted a three weeks' vacation, which he will spend in an effort to regain his health. He has served the company constantly and well for six years. AN ABM DISLOCATED Win. Waa*ttor Injure With Jndnon Dunham, Who U* Fined. Dr. Hatch was called In Monday evening to repair Will Wagner's rlgtt arm, which had, it ww stated, been dislocated tt the shoulder by a blow upon the forearm from the fist of Judeon Dunham, over whose head it was also alleged, Wagner at the time held a butcher's cleaver. Wagner la the butcher on Sixth street and the alleged fighv occurred at his shop. When Wagner's arm was dislocated the quarrel ceaaed, and the final scene took place yesterday at 'Squire Lalng's court, where Dunham plead guilty in two oases to assault and battery on Wagner, and secured the fines Imposed. FOR THE PLAINTIFF John S. Spencer !• Given ;a Special Tordlet for Sl«*.40-ln Him Suit the 1'. It. F. A. A special verdict lor - the plantift was found yesterday morning at 3 o'clock by the jury in the case of John N. Spencer vs the Pennsylvania Belief Fund Association for alleged sick benefits, The amount allowed him in cage the law Is with him, la $122.40. The suit grew out of the refusal of the Relief Fund association to pay benefits to Spencer while he was laid up with a broken leg, received laut fourth of July at Burnettsvllle while wrestling with Charles Granger. The allegation on which the refusal of the relief was based, was that Spencer was intoxicated at the time of his iniury, ADDITIONAL ITEMS. a new F. A. Dykeman has placed oven in his bakery. Maggie's secret, worth 25 cents, this week for io cents—Foley. See the lovely bargains in dress goods at the Trade Palace. Jesse De'lawter, boolckeeppr at -B. F. Keesling's, is reported sick. Men's top sole Congress shoea 95 ients—Stevenson & Klinsick. Corsets, corsete, to your own satisfaction, ct the Trade Palace. John C. McGregor has' sued P. B. Titus, claiming attorney fees amount- Ing to $100. Mrs. J. B. Shultz who is at Indian, apolis for a vialt with relatives, is reported very sick. A new awning has been placed In position at the front of John Mulcahey's cigar store. June Faugh Is employed aa a messenger boy by the Western Union telegraph company. . Architect .Rhodes ie preparing plans for Peter Petrie's new $2,500 residence on Ottawa street. A daughter of the Rev. W. R. Wones lost a much prized ring at the Central school building Monday. Peter Boyle and Wm. Carroll wore yesterday on trial before the Mayor for alleged drunkenness. They settled. Gus Burgman was yesterday fined $10 and costs by the Mayor for an alleged violation of the ecreen ordinance. We don't have to offer baits to get people icto our store. Our prices are always lower than anybody else'a. Nothing reserved- Boston Sample Shoe Co.' Wm Smith of Keokuk, Iowa, will next week open up a coffee and spice h?u8e on Market street, in the Spry building. A portion of the big chimney on t,he old electric light and power house fell Monday night with a crash that stirred the neighborhood. Representatives of the Tuesday night club of this city are attending the meeting at Huntington of the Indiana Union -of Literary clubs. Go with the crowd to South Bend next Thursday. Train leaves Vanda lla station at 1 o'clock p. m. returning leaves South Bend 11 o'clock. Fare for round trip'$2. All members of Diana Temple are requested to be at Castle Hall Wednesday afternoon at 2:80, Business of importance. By order of M. E. C. — Mame Vansteenberg. The aged father of John Box who was formerly in the insurance business In Logansport, was Monday killed by a street car at Chicago. The deceased once lived in Carroll county. B. Schnadig, F. -Schnadfg acd S. Woll, making up the new dry goods firm of B. Sshnadlg & Co., which will soon open a stock at the room occupied by the New Fashion store, are in the city, and with their families are for the time at the Barnett hotel. Xo go or not to go—that is the question. Why go of coarse. The man who hesitates gets left. Take warning! Be eure to be at the Vandalia station next Thursday In time for the Knights Templar special train for South Bend. Fare for round trip f 2. YOUR MAME IJf PRDJT- Itcmx of a Personal Character Concerning £ioK*n«porten and Their FrlenOH. In the city yesterday: I. S. Romlg, the attorney of South Bend. Attorneys Ryan and Pollard of Delphi. Nlok Heinrick, a tobacso talesman of Zinesville, Ohio. James Sbinn is here from Chicago. John M. Baker is at Chicago on business. George Beroth has returned from Kokomo. Mrs. A. E. Flora of Adamsboro,. was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Charles Seigmund, jr., Is the guest of relatives at Chicago. Miss Dora Sohrook w»s in the city yesterday the guest of friends. J. F. Comlngore was at Kokomo yesterday the guest of friends. S. B. Patterson, manager of Dolan's opera house, will go to Chicago today. Mra. Julia Chapman was at Peru yesterday to attend the funeral of a relative. Mrs. Hulda Reed of Fulton, is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Will Kline of the city. C. F. Moore returned Monday from Lafayette after a stay of several days with relatives. G. F. Conn was here Sunday Irom Cincinnati. He is now a traveling photographer. Mrs. Charles Horloff of Chicago was here yesterday to attend the Radkey- Flndllng welding. x . Bert Walter Is expected.''home toiay its company having closed the season in Kentucky Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hardin and daughter Mtsa Emma of Indianapolis, are In the city visiting frienda. Mrs. Andrew Stevens and daughter, Miss Nellie, are at Indianapolis BJ joying the May Music festival. Mra, J. B. Stanley returned yester. day from Goodland after a stay of a week with friends and relatives. AH Anderson and wife will soon remove from Anderson to the city. They are here for a visit this week. Kokomo Tribune: Mrs. Harry Thompson of Logansport, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Matilda Snyder. Mrs. John Shafer is here from Pleasant Hill, Ohio, a guest of her sister, Mrs. (i. N. Baker of No. 1320 North street. A. B. Miller and family who - have been in the city for several months have gore to their summer home] at Cape May, N. J. Jobo Clifton of Peru was here yesterday looking after the contract for brick for the proposed additions to the Northern Indiana hospital at Long Cliff. Another party of Logansporters will make a tour of Europe, expecting to be absent a year. It will be made up of Capt. W. H Snider and wife and Miss Maymo Foreman. C. H. Weigand is at Chicago. He has resigned his position as operator for the Indiana gas company, and it is said will try to have a branch office of the postal telegraph established in the city. At the Indianapolis May Music festival yesterday were Mra. Robert Humphreys, Mra. John Tipton, Mrs. John Alber, Mrs. Charles Stevenson and Mies May me Magee of the city. A number of other Logansport music lovers are also attending. John W. Wild and Isaac Wild of Clay township, have gone to Richmond, Va., in answer to a telegram that their father was dying. The latter, Dr. John Wild, was for many years, a well known Clay township resident. _ Theatrical matter*. Among the bookings already made for the next season by Manager Pat- tenon of the local play house are the following: Rice's ',-1492," for Nov. 26tb, "The Wicklow Postman" Thanksgiving .ilgh't, Nov. 28th; "Aladdin, Jr." Die. 26ih; Denman Thompson in "The Old Homestead" March 58tb; '-Span of Life" Feb. 14th; "Charity Ball" March 16th: Al G. Field's minstrels, Sept. 12th; Murray & Mack, August 27ib. ^ Xew»paper Man and Playwright. Paul Wilstach, a Lafayette news paper man, has broken Into the field of comedy writing, as will be seen by the following dispatch: "Paul Wilstach of Lafayette, has written a comedy, -The Wrong Man, which has been accepted by Tim Murphy, and which, will ba produced for the first time at Washington on the 19th j}£ August. Percy Winter will stage the piece." . tmits! Stilt*!! is what you can get at less than manu» faoturers 1 cost on consignment. We .mu»t sell forty patterne today. Come before too late. TRADE PHACE. 1 I We Will Continue these Prices tor | lew More Days. Our New Store will be chuck full of saving goods tomorrow, Read. Read. Read. Mens good suits, spring styles $4.50. Boys good suits, light colors $3.5O. 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 FRANKI TO BB SURE,. Ne w York, , Logansport, Delphi, Flora. CHEAP SUITS Sold by STEELE & TOUKEY. All wool; tailor madl perfect fit guaranteed. All we ask is for you to cs and see our line and we can sell you a suit rcade to Queen's taste Steele & Youke 4O4 Broadway. Up Stairs. Crop Kcport for May. The May returns of the Department of Agriculture show an iDcrea.se in wheat of 1 5 points fro.m the April average, being 81. 9 agitinst 81.4. The averages of theprincipil winter wheat states are: Ohio, 85; Michigan, 75; Indiana, 87; Illinois, 90; Missouri, 90; Kansas, 48; California, 97. The average of the eeven states is 82 3, against 81. 5 In April, being an increase of a little less than one point. In the southern states the average ranges from 55 In Texas to 93 in Alabama. Winter rye, like wheat has advanced nearly two points since last month, the average for May being 88.7 against 87 for the same date in April. The per centsge of New York 97; Pennsylvania 92; Kansas, 54. The prospects for rye throughout the rye belt are fair, except In the state'of New York, where it is too dry. while in the states of Minnesota and KB.DSHS tbe crop was considerably damaged by the severe winter has not recovered. Tbe average condition of winter barley is 94, against 82.3 in the month of May, 1894, and 88 6 in 1893. The lowest conditions are la Texas. Iowa, Indiana, and tbe highest in New York, California sod Oregon. The condition of spring pasture Is 89.7; Of mowing lands, 89.4. The proportion of spring plowing done May 1st is reported as 82 8 per cent. against 83 5 last year and 73.4 in 1893, A Corner Stone The corner stone of the new chapel at the Culver Military academy at Marmont, will be laid June 16th, with all tbe ceremonies usually attending such an event. The Masons will have charge of the affair. Frank B. Gavin, Master Mason, will make an address. A sermon will also be delivered by Bi«hop White. jrariin-Mchwalm. The wedding of Manasseh Martin of Washicglon townahip. with Miss Laura Schwalm was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Schwalm. The Rev. Gilbert Small performed the ceremony. The couple will reside on the groom's farm. A to Wed. Manaeeeh M. Martin and Laura E. Sohwalm, Charles L. Porter and Fannie M. Stover. FERNANDO CLELLAND Jbl HIM Xamc and He In Charged wj thoTheltofa Bicycle. Fernando Clelland of Adams tot ship, 1« charged with the theft of I bicycle belonging to Walter Lewi* Broadway wheel merchant. It alleged that Clelland hired machine three weeks ago and falle bring it back. He has been arrest Sheriff Chas. Homburg and Patrol Kleckner bringing him In yesterd^ He was last evening placed in jail I will be given a hearing today. bicycle waa said to have been sold Montlcello. Tolilo. Gentlemen, have you seen new and popular shoe called "Tokiof' It is a fitter and it ft hail gome. Pilling, 412 Broadway, •] them. Shines free. Three Kalian Ilmlf Shoe, The new three button halfshij are going to be worn; and are q« the tbing for ladies. Neat, cool i comfortable. Pilling the shoo i has them in all style toes. Up to That is -what people «ay abc Polling's shoea. Always the ni ideas, and price always the low| for first clas* goods. Shines free,i monkey show free. Yes, Pilling' has the monk. Colombia Bicyclex. Columbia bicycles are tbe gtaot bicycles of the world. Who is it I don't 'inow what a Columbia AHV man. even a little boy, seel Columbia will say. why, tbat T s a < umbia; that's a good wheel, that I We all like to have people k*| that we have a good wheel. Tli why not buy the beat? Bay at umbia. Go to Pilling, 412 Broad* He will show you all the good pofi and tell you all about them. LECCOLX WASHINGTON PILLISG, I 412 Broadwaj Logansport, Ind., IT. S. A- I f yonwantyoar lace curtain* look tbe game as new, send them us for laundrying. A loojf ezpe; in this line of work enables nj guarantee satisfaction. CAJCPBKIX B 439 Market

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