Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 10, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 10, 1894
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DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENTEK, THE HATTER. Our New Spring Goods are neat and tasty. They are ready for inspection. Our prices are within the reach of of all. Suits made to order from $20 to $60. Special Attention is called to our $20 and $25 Suits made to order. You should have one. Call early and avoid the rush. Tucker & Young, The Pearl St, Tailors. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNIHG. MARCH10. » Hnrprla* Parly* Conductor George Jeffries was very pleasantly surprised at his home at the corner of So\enteenth and North streets last evening by quite a large party of his friends calling upon him tocelebaate with him the planing of his 32d birthday anniversary. The evening was passed delightfully by all present. Elegant rolrenhments were served and with music, card playing and dancing, the hours of the evening were pleasantly whlled away. The genial host was the reblplent of many well wishes and hopes for "many happy returns." JMotlee-K. •' H. All members of Wabash Lodge No. 1831, K. of H., are requested to meet at Logan Lodge Hall, K of H., Sun day evening at C o'oltck p.m., to attend church. Services at tbo Market utreet M. E. church, yours in O. M. A., Louis EFSTINK, Dictator. AI>AM SNID-KM, Reporter. Attention. G. A. H. The comrades will meet at (i. A. R. Hall at 10:30 o'clock this morning (March lu), to attend the funeral ot eur comrndo W. H Crockett, late 1st Lieutenant Co. K. 128th Ind. Vol. Inft'y. The remains will be brought from Wlnamac at 11:25 n. m,, and will bo burled on monument lot. UKO. P. McKKK, Com. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Tho*. A. Swing atd Llllle J. Fuller aro licensed to wed. See'our advertisement on silks.— gchmltt & Hcffloy. Fifty cents for $1 Oxfords, at the Krau* assignee sale. Beautiful new styles In spring shoes and ellppers.—Stevenson & Kllnslok. Our styles In hats are absolutely •orroot, and quality guaranteed.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. Go to the Grand Jubilee Concert •ext Monday night at the A. M. K. 6liurch. Admiislon 10 cents. Our new neckwear Is ezqulilte in designs and colorings Have one.— Patterson, the Haberdasher. The Carleton Club has Issued Invitations for a (elect ball In Kreuss- berger'i hall on Easter Monday even- I»K. The solo by Mr. William Ratllfl l*at was rendered so flne last Wednesday night, will be repeated Monday might, also the duett by Mrs O. A. Aid Mr. William Batlifl. Death of Win. II. Crockett William H. Crockett, a former resident of this county, and a brother of Moses Crockett, of the West Side, and of John Crockett, of Washington township, died at his home in Wlna- mac at 4 o'clock yesterday morning quite suddenly of heart disease, to which he had been long subject, aged 56. He leaves a wife and five children. The deceased was a soldier in the late war, a private in the 9th Ind., also a private in the 46th Ind.. and later a Lieutenant of the 128th Ind., in which position he continued until the close the war. He was a member of Logansport Post No. U, G. A. B. The remains will be brought to this city today at 11:25 and Interment will be made In the monument lot at Mt. Hope cemetery. The cortege will go direct from the Penrsylvanla Station to the cemetery. Dunlap and Knox hats at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. The Weather Today—Warmer itnd indication* o rains. ODR HATS ARK ABSOLUTELY . COR RECT IN STYLES and FINISH COME AND SEE THEM NEW NECKWEAR AOTANCE STYLES OF EASTER NECKWEAR HRIBT MAKER, HATTER AND FUKNISHF.lt NOTABLE LECTCBE. llr. Henri 8. fanner Tell* Logaacport People HI* KiperleBce Bnrlnc HI* Rt AiBfkttble Piat of IPorty I»ar« Some years ago when Dr. Henry S. 7ann«r entered upon thefulUllment of ils startling proposition to absolutely ast for forty days ths medical and elontific world raised a storm of rldl- and disbelief while tho lay world looked on iu wonderment, the previous belief being that such a •rolonced abstinence from food lould only como through divine agency. Notwithstanding all the colling and jeering heaped upon him ani! passing all chargts of bacrilefte, Dr. Tanner maintained his position and surrounded by conditions little ess than brutal in their extreme rigor did absolutely pass tho. crucial test and for forty daya abstained utterly rom food, nothing passing his lips but water, and that only under the most rigorous Inspection of a full stall of physicians and a twarm of reporters. Dr. Tanner has since then resided in several different places, but ias finally located at Logansport, assuming tho mediial direction of the Baker Rose Golrt Cure sanitarium at this place. The doctor, always an idvanced thinker In his profession and having a decided penchant in the way ol associating crime with disease and ever searching for n cure of one- through tho cure of the other has classed drunkenness as a disease and following this theory desired to study personal observation tho work. Ings of tlu gold cure for drunkenness accepted the position of medical eup- orintendant of the St, Elmo sanitarium that his research might be followed out on personal lines. A few evenings ago at iho down town temperance meeting, he consented to assist Mr. Stanley by delivering his lecture on the association of disease and crime and the cure thereof which was so enthusiastically received that he was prevailed upon to give as benefit to Mr. Stanley his popular lecture on his celebrated fast, which lecture he delivered last evening before an audience which fairly tested the capacity of the room. The lecturf wa« intensely interesting and in presenting It the celebrated lecturer succeeded in bringing out scientific points which aroused the most enthusiastic Interest of hii Intel llgent audience. At its close he was subjected to a flre of cross question Ing, many questions being propounded to him by the thinkers of bis audience, preachers, lawyers, and other professional men, all of whom he answered conclusively. It has been long since a lec'urehas aroused tho interest in this city that that which was delivered b] Dr. Tanner last evening aroused, and It Is trusted that .he will consent to again favor the public with a lecture on some line.of research which he has closely Investigated. A SAB AND SUDDEN DEATH. A Yonnc nchool T«a«ber Die* at II.' Foal-Morrow In a W«nhl.«ton ' ToWnnhlp Home. Yest ; . rday there was one community In Washington township that was in ex presslbly shocked by the death of a young man who was a prime favorite in his community and a teacher who gave promise of much good amoni hie fellow men. Frank Hinklo, one o the young school teachers .of the county was teaching this winter in a school in Washington township, hi home township. Yesterday morning be entered upon the duties of his work and until noon conducted the schoo as usual. During the noon hour hi was tafcen ill of an affection of thi heart which rapidly grew eo bad tha he was removed from the school room into the near by residence of Mr McKlnney, where he died about fou o'clock. The body was removed to the borne of bis father, Cyrus Hlnkl about five miles distant. The funera will be held at the Hock Creek Lutheran church at ten o'clock Sun day morning ' fbllllp Pe*rle Burled. , Phillip Peirle, the wretched man who committed suicide this .week »fte killing his wife was yesterday, burled in the Power's field. Both h« and the woman whom he so foully ' murdered were burled at *he expense of thi coun.y. there being so meagre an estate left that it could not pay thi cost of burial. ..What little there.wa In the way of household furniture and pertonal effe :ts of the two was yester day dlvided'bT Petrle's daughter, Ida p elr le of .Onward and Mrs. Petrie's daughter, : 'Mri Cantner of Burrows. 2fi*w Vullarm* for the Band. The members of the Military Bam will soon "be equipped with new nni formi' Th«y were ordered Thursday evening and will be according to thr United States regular army standard There (if* twenty members in the bund'andi-io uniform them will cos $356 A Columbua, Ohio, house ha* i;th'«contract, ASSIGNEE SALE OF RESERVED STOCK. The entire reserve stock of Shoes and Rubbers, including spring: goods ordered before the assignment and stored on the second and; third floors of the Otto Kraus Clothing Store, making the line Again Complete, IS NOW ON SALE in the Shoe Store ad.ipining the Clothing Store. EVERY BODY CAN BE FITTED. The stock is much the largest in the city and the quality and variety the best. ALL ODDS AND ENDS have been sold, leaving; best Shoes unsold. 50 CENTS Reserved Spring NegH- f"% I _ *_!-__- _._..—. u ^ L. »^ 1 *» M ^1 Spring NegH- r A PT7TVT r TC' gee Shirts worth $1 and J"\l I I . H |>| IN $1.50. Choice of all for *J\J Ul-H X ^ The sale of OVERCOATS on a six month's credit at HALF- FORMER PRIGS will continue until all are sold. The Hats and Furnishing Goods stock and Trunks are still complete and seasonable, being composed largely of Reserved 1 ! Stock held back in order to first close out all strictly winter goods. A. G. JENKINES. Assignee YOCB NAME W PRINT. liemi of a Personal Character Concerning Locai»P«rteni and Their • . Frlendi ' M. B.' Lalry was at Marion yestor- day. W. S. Parry of Fort Wayne, is In the city. Miso May Breckenridgo is visiting at Montlcello. Chae. C. Sponcor of Montlcello, was In the city yesterday. Misses Babe Ward and Olive Long are visiting friends at Peru. Georgo Walters was at Huntington yesterday on lef al business, W. H. Magee of Lafayette was In the city yesterday on bis regular trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Emerlok have returned from a visit with relative? at Pittsburg. Messrs. J. S. Ludlow and H. S. Christy of Marlon was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Walter Ilingworth and little daughter have returned from a visit at Fort Wayne. W. B. McKeen, jr.. chief engineer of the Michigan division of the Van dalla is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Troxel and son Lynn, of Toledo, t)bio. aro visiting in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barnea on Tenth street. Mrs. Edwin Harrison and daughter of Chicago, sister-in-law and neioe of ex-Presldent Harrison are the guests of Mrs. Spoon and W. M, Walker's family on East Broadway. Hon. A C. Dally, ot Lebanon, waa In the city yesterday. Mr. Dally is a •andidato for Auditor of State on the Bepubllcan ticket and his standing In his own community Insures- him a strong support over the State, Mrs. L. W. Pilling and her brother, Mr. Hi White, departed 'yesterday for Pass Christian. Miss., on a visit to their sister. Miss Kate White, who is teacher of art In a female college at that place. Mrs. Pilling will remnln with her sister for two or three months, but Mr. While will return after a couple of weeks' vacation from bis desk m the Pennsylvania . train dispatcher's office. ADDITIONAL. LOCAL*. New Jacquard silks—Golden Hule. A new hat for Sunday and a now tie, are what you want. Patterson has new goods in both. Don't fall to attend the Grand Jubilee Concert at the A. M. E. Jhurch Monday night, March 13lh. Knox and Dunlap, Dunlap and Knox hats, the leading hats of the country, at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Fifty cents on the dollar of actual cost is the A. G. Joaklnes assignee price for all classes of merchandise See the Otto Kraus special displays for prices. Mrs. J.B. Grover yesterday received news of the death at Magnetic Springs Obio, of her uncle Mr. Allen Hancock, also of her aunt Mrs. Helen Sharp of Delaware county, Ohio. At tho down town temperance hall this afternoon there will bo a children's meeetlng at.:! o'clock, to which the Juvenile Temple and the school children are invited. At the regular hour this evening Mr. Stanley will deliver an address upon tho significant subject of "Robbery; and wl>o aro the Real Robbers?" On Monday evening Mr. Stanley will deliver his famoua lecture on the subject of bis capture of tho infamous «reon brothers, which lecture ho will make a personal bene. fit and for which a small admission fee will bo charged at tho 'loor. Tho meetings, so faraa Mr. Stanley's presence is concerned, will close Monday evening, ho having other engagements to flll after that, but they will probably be Continued for a while by the temperance societies. The MotHrrn Way Commends Hsolf to the well-informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man. nor and disagreeably as well. To cleanse thes stem and break up colds, headaches and fevers without unpleas- act after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of figs. Shanghai iUk§— Golden Rule. LOOK HEREI If YOU waot to buy or sell a bouse lot, H you want to buy or sell a farm, If you want to buy or aeli a sUre, If you want to trade city properly fos- a farm, If yon have any cheap booths for ?*!e,-, Call OD M. M. GORDON, Room. No. 1 ani) 2 Spry Block, Vogancport, InA. Petty thieving 1» becoming far too- prevalent in Logaoaport here of tate. Scarcely a night pame* that acme-, store room or dwelling is not broken Into. Invariably the losses fere sa- small as to te*d to the, belief that the thieves are young rascals, preparing for the- penitentiary, or loafers whoso only object, ia to supply tboir braal) daily want*. Up< n several occasions during the winter attempts have been made oa, Grusenmeyer's Burlltgtoa Avenue> grocery, but each time the marauders,, thought to be novices io the art of burglary, have been frightened awiy~ Wm. Butts is a clerh k>(b« store and: since the burglaries hiwe been oa has-, slept there. Yesterday mornirp just. at - o'clock he wiw awttkcaecl by 8,b«- sound of aorno one attempting to pry- open the front door. He grabbed hi» gun and made hie w»y to the front of the store giving the w«kld>be burglar* a decided scare. They left so precipitately that they dropped a crowbar ndaooW chl«el which were atur- wards found to have been taken frornv Aman'i wagon shop. GENTLEMEN. We want your trade for anything in our A OUR NEW GOODS ** 5 For STYLE, ^ mn WORKMANSHIP^ We are at the FRONT. I CARL W. KELLER & CO. V _ _ . AA.. ^»> AA> .^aA/.i4 m As>4Bttr'^tt

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