Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 17, 1895
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ppppljs^^ STRAW HATS Summer Underwear. Man Made able by .... Comfort- SORYIVOR8 Of the Gallant Forty-Sixtk Indiana Volunteers MEET WITH THEIR BELOVED COMMANDER, COL. T. H. BRINGHORST. The Occasloa. the ThlriT-FIr»t •.••!• v«r.aryorih« Battle of Champion'* Hill, the Key BaUU of the Vlcta- hurc Campal»n-Th« Veteran* K«- Mlvod WlthlWawn Ho.pltallty by Their Conmia«der-«. U»» »* Thoae Wh» Wera Preaent-A Moat Epjoy- DEWENTER 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 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, THE, FEftRL 8TRBET TfULOR. g BJLAW'S Of KMA a. B. Patterson, Uunsset. FRIDAY, MAY 17. Extraordinary Announcement. Return Engagement ol tbe favorite William Morris. In DeMllleg Great Play, The Lost Paradise! A »rcttj plnj that appeals to und sur- pQStlngljpleivesall cla«»es or ttieatw s Thura- goers- AUtnuci sale opens Thura- Prices *l,75c,50c,25c. H^—• ~~ DAILY JOURNAL MoKeen's steam laundry—good work Girl Wanted—At 224 Eel River avenue. Wanted—Girl to work in laundry— Le» Wah Sing. Some bargains in wash silks today »t the Bee Hive. Try the Miller children's shoes at Walker * Ranch's. Olt» was to remind you of hli spe- oial offers this week. _ee our 73o laced Oxford slippers. Fun or back—Boston Sample Shoe Co. See our men's fine, fancy bosom white ihlrts with link out's, worth ft for 50 cents.—Harry Frank. Acute and chronic catarrh, hay ferer mnd dlsea»es of the throat, by Dr. J. H. Shultz. 412 Fourth street. To purify, vitalize and enrlohs the Wood, arid give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take Hood's Sarsa parllla. Thl§ is the best offer we have ever made, 15 and 20 oent dress goods for 6} cents—three varieties—The Bee Hive. Don'l be humbugged by fake advertisements but go where you are aura of honest treatment.—Harry .Frank. Awarded Hif best Honors— World'* Fair. •DR; ACCUSED OF THEFT. «e*r K e Tatman C«u«e« the Arreat of HI* Hon nn<l » Companion. George Tatman, engineer at the King Drill works caused the arrest yesterday of his own eon, Martin Tatman, and a boy named George Diver for the alleged theft of some brass casting* at the drill works. Mr. Tat. man took the youngsters to the lookup himself. He alleges that he is unable to govern hU own ion, and will, It Is said, as so many weak parents have done, turn the boy over to the reforming department of the State government. George Diver Is the ion of a widow, and as no one appeared agsinst him he was released yesterday afternoon. Young Tatman will be taken before Judge Lalry as soon au possible. Forester* at Onward. A working team from Court Noble, Independent Order of Foresters of this city was at Onward Wednesday night and Instituted a court at that place. The officers of the new court were formally Installed, and the ladle* afterwards served an elegant banquent. The Foresters from this city report a pleasant visit. The following are the officers of tbe new court at Onward, which consists of thirty two members: Chief Ranger—Samuel Panabaker Vloe C R—Wm T Shafer Court Deputy—Herman Funk V C D—J W Snell Reo Sec—John Fickle Fin Sec—Cba§ D Smith Trea*—John H Kessllng Chaplain—W E Hurd Phyilolan—Jacob Neff Sen W—Frank L Mays j un W—Harry E Funk Sen Beadle—Oscar Mackey Jun Beadle—Jos Means. ChrUtUn Kndeavor »er- Thirty-two years ago yeiterdayv for five long hours the Forly-Sixlh -Indiana Volunteers, headed by Col. : T. H. Bringhurst, did battle at Champlon> Hill, Miiel"lppi. against the forces of the foes of this counlry. It wag In many ways one of the deolilve battles of the war of the rebellion, and few were border fought. . ; Although victory finally crowned the heroes who defended the star* and stripes, It was only after many of the boji in blue had laid down their lives upon the field, and thouBanda of Others received wounds from which they suffered to their dying day. The Forty-Sixth Indiana Volunteers, com posed of men from Cass and surround ings counties, was in the thickest ol the fight. The twelfth division, ol which it formed a part, wag composed of 4180 men. Of this number 211 were killed outright. 372 were wounded and 119 were reported missing, making in al. 1,202 who failed to answer the roll call, or a loss of 28 per cent of those who entered the action with the re ment. The records of the war hardly furnish an instance of a larger percentage of IOBB. The Forty-sixth Regiment alone, left 27 dead upon the 6eld. while 61 were wounded, of whorn^e died the >~V;hree were CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. , 4 puwCmp* Cream ^'Tartar Powder. Free taJTAmmonia, Alum o.' v\y other adulterant 4O YEARS THE STANDARD. The local union of Christian Endeavor has lecured S. L. Mershon of Chicago to give three lectures here Sunday, May 19th. The morning talk on "Tragedy of Missions" willbegiven at the English Lutheran church. The afternoon lecture to the R R. Y. M. C. A.. $ft>lo "Where are we at?" and the discourse at tbe First Pros, hyterian ohuroh auditorium at 7:30 p. on "The World for Christ." These lectures are Riven to advance good citizenship and Christian education. Every one is invited. World's CoUmblma Expotltloa Was of value to the world by illustrating tbe improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agenta, has been of equal Importance, and as .a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs Is far In advance of all Others. Tfce BUU Are Opened Work on the proposed new buildings at the hosplwl at Long Cliff will probably be begun within ten days. Bids on the construction of the buildings were opened Tuesday, and the board of trustees will meet today to look them over. It ii possible the contracts will be let today. _ Don't mlii seeing William Morris tonight in the Lost Paradise. day after the battle, reported missing . r , Last evening the Venerable commander of the regiment, Col. T. H. Bringhurst, enfeebled by sickness and age. but with/the same strong spirit of patriotism that infused him on the battlefield, received at his home more than one hundred of the men who fought at his back at Champion's Hill. They came, many of them, from distant places to again grasp the hand of the noble commander who thirty-two years before lead them In the conflict. Many were the reminiscences that were called forth by the meeting. The best wishes of each visitor, for the good health and long life of the gallant soldier, and kind commander, went with every hand grasp. ' Warm hospitality reigned supreme yesterday at Col. Bringhurst's pleasant home at Eighth and Broadway. The doors were open to all who desired to pay their respects to the aged commander. During the day there wag a continual line of callers, and at the reception from 7:30 to 10 o'clock last night, the Colonel'* rooms,.were crowded with veterans, their wives, and many other friends of Col. Bring- hurgt. General McGlnnls of Indianapolis who commanded the brigade to which the Forty-Sixth regimen! belonged, on the part of tne survivors of the regiment addreised Col. Bringhurst most felicitously. He told of the love that the survivors of the Forty-Sixth had for their commander, and of the great pleasure they felt In being able to meet him again. Col. flrlnghurst replied In 'a feir remarks, and Capt. Frank Swlgart also spoke of the Colonel's appreciation of the demonstration of sincere regard Capt. Swlgart also read a number of letters of regrets from survivors of the regiment who were unable to be present. One was sent jointly by Capt. John Guthrie, Lieut T. P. Kodg- ers and Jamos Franklin, all of whom reside at Topeka, Kansas. Oiher letters were from Dr. Horace Coleman, who was first surgeon of the regiment and who is now of the Pension department and stationed at Washington; R, H. Martin, Dalphos. Ohio; Chas. M. Parker' Lincoln, Neb., who lost an aim in the battle; Capt. T. B. Forgy, Omaha. Neb., and Austin Adair Bonieta Kansas. The guests were received by Mrs. T. H Bringhurst. Tbe rooms were appropriately decorated with national flags and patriotic emblems. An excellent collation was served by Mm. Mary Bond, assisted by Misses KateLandis. Ethel Pryor and Anna Sterrett, The Elite Mandolin club rendered excellent music at Intervals during the evening. The survivors who attended the reception were: •••..';.• General McGlnnli of Indianapolis Capt Frank Swlgart and:wife of- Logansport; Capt. John G. Troxell, Delphi; Capt . Chas F FUber, Remington; Col John "H Gould, Jelphl; J M Roberta, Deedsonville; J C Dill. Fulton ;Thos B .Glnn. E B Forgy, WabsBb; Wm S Richardson, joeansport; Asa Coleman.Loganfipori; D McAllister, Logansport; Lev! C .esourd. Loganeport; W H Duncan, Flora. Jscob A.ker, Logan&port: Lewis Bllliare, Carroll count?; H H Deyo. Delphi; Chas B Fauoett, Deacon; I J 'jester, PUtaburg; A J Reed, Logansport- John T Rees, Logans. port; Thomas W Sleeth, Chalmers; Lieut. Maroellus H Nash.LoRansDOrt; John W. Tippett. Logannport; Wta H. Bell, Logansport; S. A. Ouster. Mooresburg; Abraham Ellis. Metea; D. J. Forgy. New Wav«rly; W. H. Grant, Royal Centtfr; George W.Oden, Galveston, S. N. Pe| nel1 ' New ^ aver - erly; Joshua P. Shields, Logansport; Jasper Humrlokhouse, Camden; David D Lenonf Deer Creek, Robert W. Mo. Elhaney, Logansport;.Michael Vlanco and wife, Delphi; B..B. Chlcott. Lo. gansport; William Goslee, Wavllle; W. W. Williams, Delphi; Martin V. Blue, Logansport; Muse* M. Crockett, Loganoport; A. J. Slater, New Wa verly; James Tolen, Logansport; Max well Reese, Loganeport, Daniel Tolen, Logansport; Capt. Henry Snider. Mon- tloello; Capt. Charles Fisher, Rem Ington; Samuel Fleming. Idavllle; Milton M. Goslee, Buruettevllle; Henry B Leazenby, Clymers; James M, McConjbs, Logansport; James M. Me- Beth, Montlcello; A. Reed,Logansport; Beoj T Ross, Montloello; Geo McCormick. Camden; Jos Hermann, Tipton; Benjamin Hastings, Idaville; J Heiney, Idaville; Capt Jimes Hess, Monticello; Lieut Joseph Taylor and wife, Chalmers; John B Waldom and wife, Medaryvllle; Thomas C Corey, Star City; Thos J Galbreath, Logansport; Thos B Hedges, Wln-imac; Johnson Lldyard, Pittaburg; John A Mowry, Loganspqrt; James Passins. Rensieloar; Dr E P Washburn, Ke- M anna; D T Krisher. North Manchester; John Douglass, Logansport; August Eberllne, Logansport; Lieut George C Horn, Logansport; Samuel Johnson, Grant, Miami county; Lieut A G Sinks and wife, Rochester; S. I. Anderson, Pittsburg; John Case and wife, Delphi; PAINTS. PAINTS. PAINTS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF PAINTS. want Come and Bee Me, I Will Save You Money. B. F.KEESLING, INDIANA. AN ATTEMPTED THEFT A Stranger Drlrea Trn«i«» Fraak Porter'* Hor»e Off—The Animal li Found. Lait night about 10 o'clock a hor»e and rig owned by Trustee Frank Porter was taken by a stringer from a rack on Third street. The man was seen to drive off by two patrolmen.- Porter afterwards reported his loss and surrounding towns were telephoned. Later, Officer Hiokey placed a horse in Sellers' livery barn on Twelfth street, which was Identified by Porter as his property. The would bo thief drove the horse to his boarding house on Twelfth street but failed to get his personal effects from his landlady, and disappeared leaving the horse standing in the street. _ ITEMS. the union will hold one meeting Sunday evening. • Business men of Logan a port are especially Invited. R. Lewis, the olgar manufacturer will move Into his new quarters over M. J- Bligh'* in a fe« days. Hit- olgars the • Logansport Bouquet" and "69" aro becoming very popular and he is now putting on the market the • Coleridge" which promisee to have a big run He will make these thre« cifr<ir» exclusively In his new factory. NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSION: I B Waehburn, Rensselaer; George H McCormlck. Camden ;Capt R.M Shields, Mexico; HezekiahRoblnson, Burrows; Rev. MoNeely of Fulton county. Among Others present were Mayor McKee, Dri Sterrett. D E Pryor, Hon Rufua Magee, Rev D P Putnam, the Mimes Putnam, J E Sutton of the Reporter and Mrs SuttOEjV L Rlcfc- etts oHhe Delphi Journal, J W Barnes of the Pharos, and CF Hinchllffe of the Journal,. . ' j. NOTES, In the afternoon the survivors of the Fo'rth-Slxth held a business meeting at the G. A. R- ball. Eighty three were present and seven lady visitors. It was decided to hold the annual! re-union at Camden Sept. 4, and 5. Three' of the survivors of the Forty- Sixth who were present last night have suffered from paralysis, Col. Bringhurst, ' Capt, Q Troxell and another. ' . William Morris. At the opera house tonight we are to have 5 great play. -• There is a big strike with starvation at hand, and a hard hearted mill owner refusing to restore wages. ' All seems lost, when the manly young superintendent, who loves the extravagant daughter of the proprietor, by his eloquence, forces the girl to listen to tho men's story. She finds no bread in, their houses; Children are starving by hearth-stones without fire. Sh9 simply melts her father's heart. He yields; the mills open again. The demosslrattons are Indescribable as the young man leads the girl forth his bride. Sea "The Lost Paradise" tonight^ Death of Hr». Baekner. Today at 2 p. m., the remains of Mrs. Buckner, late widow of Reuben Buokner, colored, will be. brought to this city for Interment. Tbe deceased was 36 years of ape. The funeral will be held immediately upon the arrival of the train, from the A. M.E . church The Rev. R. McD n iel officiating. Anniversary Celebration. Tuesday June llth. a celebration will be given at the I. O 0. F , ball to which Odd Fallows and their friends will be Invited. The occasion will be the 23d anniversary of .the organization of tee E.l River lodge No. 417 i. O.O.;F. of the season Lost Paradise Died. Charles E.. the sixteen months old son of Mr. and Mrs. . Scott Forshee died yesterday at 4 o'clock. The funeral will be held this Saturday forenoon at 9 o'clock from the residence In Washington township. Interment will be made at Mt. Bope cemeterr. ' James Reed,7be*South Side young man who, was recently placed in the hospital at Lor:? Cliff, for- treatment, has been .discharged cured.. Mrs. John .Donaldson, ha* .been forafew> days. Ill To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bllgh, a ion. The very best show William Morris In the tonight. A party of Loganeport young people will go to Marlon Sunday to visit frlende. All week In addition' to Otto's price llBt, he has told the people of great advantages. Tonight at the opera house William Morris as Renben Warner In the Lost Paradise. For the beat clothing and lowest prices go and see Harry Frank's new spring line. A chicken pie supper will be given tonight at the Unlvernalist church from 5 to 8. Watch your own interest and got one of those 15 cent dresees for 6J Tfie Bee Hire. Chickon pie supper at Unlversalisl church tonight from 5 to 8 o'clock. Price, 15 cents. The Rev. W. H. H. Marsh has removed from the Baptist church to No. 126 Pawnee street. John J. Campbell, administrator of the estate of James F. Gorman, has filed hla final report. We never misrepresent goods and the people know It, therefore we merit your trade.—Harry Frank. To Mr. and Mr§. Tim Cough) In of Richmond, a daughter. MM. Coughlln was formerly Mil* Ella Hooley of Logansport. A paternity suit, brought here from Miami county on a change of venue will be called today. Iththe case of pearl Bressler VB Harmon Helm. John R. Fox and Charles Ruhl have been selected by the Knights of St. John at delegates to the National Con- ventlon at Evansvllle, June 24tb. The suit of Wilson. Humphreys & Co. TS the Olympic publishing company, was up In the circuit court yesterday before Judge Lalry and a jury. Found—Office key last evening on east side of Fourth street between North and Broadway. Loser may recover same at this office by paying for this notice. We don't have to offer bslts to get people Into our s'ore. Our prices are always lower than anybody else's. Nothing reserved- Boston Sample Sboe Co. A grand ball wl : l be given Wednesday night. May 22d, at Dolan & Me- Hale'a hell, by t,he "Grand Muncbem" cmb. Tbe Peru "Munchers" will attend. Insurance Loans—All kinds of insurance written; life, fire, ^cjclone, accident, plate glass, steam users and indemnifying bonds.—S. M. Closson, 319 Pearl street. « The Wabash will sell tickets to Hot Springs, Ark., May 21, and Sin Antonio. Texas, May 31; one fare for tbe round trip. Particulars may be had by applying by letter or person to A. C. Nay lor. Agent. S. L. Merihon of Chicago, will give an address at the Fiwt Presbyterian ohuroh auditorium next Sunday even. Ing. Mr. MerBboo comes here in the interest of the local Uolon of Cbrit ,ti»n Endeavor, and the flvo locielie* In Thur«<U.V, Aujtn.t ». 1*»5, via. th» Luke Kric A Wentcru R. K- Oa Thursday August 8, 1895, the- ,ake Erie & »Vesiern R. R. »M1 run their popular annual excursion tO< llevelacd Chautauqua Lake, Buffalo and Niagara Falls at the following vorp low rales, viz: Lafayette, f6 00; Indianapolis, $5.00;Forl Wayne, $5 00 iVHh corresponding reductions from. ntermediate points. In addition to the above, the pur. sbasers of these tickets will bo given privelege of special excursion alda irlps to Lewlston on.lhe-lake, includ- a steamboat ride on Lake Ontario, lor 25 cents. To Toronto and return by lake from Lewlston, $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 trending 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 th« Falls, Saturday, August 10, for thosa not desiring to remain over. Tlcketi will also be good returning on all regular tralna up to and including Tuesday, August 13, 1893. Secure your tickets, also chair and sleeping car accommodations, early. Those desiring can secure accommodations in these cars while at the Falls. For further information call on any agent Lake Erie; & Western R. R. or address C. F^DALV, Gen. Pass. Agent. Indianapolis, Ind. Excanlon* via njlvanla MBCH. Excursion tickets to Indianapolis will be sold from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines in Indiana as follows: On May 20th and 21st. account I. 0. O. F. Grand Lodge and Rebeka Convention, good returning until Miy 24th inclusive. On May 27th and 28th, good return- Ing until May 30th, account the Grand Lodge F. & A. M. On June 3d and 4th, account the Knights Pythias Grand Lodge meet- Ing. Return limit June 6th. inclusive. On June llth and 12th, for the Sunday School Association Convention, good to return until June 14 th, inclusive. For details please apply to nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines. Thro»KhB«flf-t gleeplBf.Car t» Michigan Point*. Commencing about the middle of June, and continuing until ib.e latter part of September, the Vandalla line place in service elegant buffet Bleeping cars to be run through to Petoskey- Bay View, via Terre Haute, St. Joseph, Grand Rapide, Traverse City and Cbarlevolx. This will "be the only line of through cars from St. Louis to the delightful and cool resorts ol Michigan. Only one change of. can to Mackinac Island. For detailed information addrecs nearest Vnndalia Line Agent, or. % & A Ford. General Passenger AgentT^Jflfc Louis. Mnntmer •ent-LaUe From Logansport, lod.. beginning May 1, tickets »old Saturdays good, returning including Monday following date of sale $1; ticketslgood returning ten days from date of gale fl.50;iickett good returning thirty days from date of sale, $1 65. Family, tickets good for any number of purchasers, family including servants and limited to September SC. following date of sale, 16 trips, r.7.50; 40 trips. $20 In addition: to the above there will be party ticket* sold to parties of tea or more, going and returning In a body. Bate* can be bad upon application to J C. EDGE-WORTH, Agi. :V

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