Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 13, 1894 · Page 8
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March 13, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Spring Novelties. SLard & Taylor's IMPORTED NOVELTY DRESS PATTERNS The latest Spring Capes and Jackets. rSilksatthe The best line of all kinds of Golden Rule. f.lTS. PITS. PIFS. 1 AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNINtt, MARCH 13.£ THE STATE'S INTERESTS. SB3 If you are goiug to use any Paints COME AND Af'B. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints -And Paiutet's Supplies in Indiana, I mike a specialty of this line of goods and am in a shupo to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for y competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity "Of Paints You Want Come and See Me , : ] WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, BOS Fourth St. LOGANSPDRT, IND. BEFORE. AFTER. .•protection to the eheep » ««i»iuc,« «« h «. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ana have them ready'to sup- olv our customers on demand. We handle mrthing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all Sf our old stock has been burnt, our customers may rest assured that they will get fresh, clean goods. We have a full variety of Gardin and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Garriage Goods, and a full line of Turf and Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything that goes with a horse and carriage Don t forge?the old place, 424 BROADWAY. Geo. Harrison. A Hatch or Criminals Sentenced to the I'enllpnllnr.v-Kon HrooKi iind JeiMe Hiecl Takf> the Trip -"HbantJ"' Hamilton Affnln. Yesterday in the circuit court, Alfonso Brooks, the colored loafer and thief plead Ruilty to the chargoof burglary and was sentenced by the court to three years In the penitent! ary and disfranchised for five years. The case of Jesse Steel, Charles Steel and Allen Vandyno, charged with stealing brasa from Stevens & Bedward'd wa* called. All plead guilty. Jet»o Steel was sentenced to two years' imprisonment. The others wero sentenced to tho same punishment but on account of their age their sentence was withheld during good behavior. Sheriff Homburg will probably take his penitentiary birds north today. Yesterday afternoon "Shanty" Hamilton, who was recently released from jail after serving a, jail sen- lenco for a murderous assault on Policeman Skoltoa, was arraigned in the 'police court on the charge of stealing a watch from Gugtave Dreyer. of the West Side. Upon the preliminary examination the complaining witness failed to appear and Hamilton was dismissed. _ A ITIaulac'R Deed. Justice Fender was called to Daer Creek township yesterday to assist in a lunatlco inquirendo on the case of F. C. Kegler, a resident of that township, who recently moved from Miami county. His insanity has within the past few daya developed murderous tendencies. On Saturday he attacked his wife and besides painfully injuring her attempted to brain his youngest child with a hatchet, inft'.ctlnggerious injuries. The commlBilon called yes- tesday to declare his insanity will probably result in his proper confinement in the hospital tor tbe insane. SPRTO STYLES. The citizens of Logansport know The Progress sells the fine goods and has the new style. They also know The Progress always do as they advertise. Bankrupt and assignees' sales of old shop worn goods don't fool this community any longer. The Progress Clothing Store is filled up with an array of goods that cannot fail to be appreciated when once seen. Our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, etc., are all brand new, the styles are the very latest, and for less money than you will have to pay at bankrupt and assignee's sales for their Old Style Suits, Hats and Furnishings that are OLD enough to VOTE, and it needs but a visit to our store to convince you that The Progress is the clothing store you are looking for. The Progress Clothing Store, Cor. Market and 4th Ms. Logansport, Ind. HAME IS PRINT. WANTED—GOOD WORKERS To C'ftBVIiSH MitcBell's Garment Cutting School. \N0cmi5BNS: This system cuts the seamless nohbi om 3 to «. We also teach fcaisti.*, designing and reproducing of any and ? garment* worn br U4ie« »»<» children. *° tt n , ow ^ a » e ft ° 7 t hatmay never .reseat it* « again to learn a perfect ta lor tut of E»lor«e«t: I want reliable a moner fast MM euf. For Ml information call on or address, E. Mitchell, 216 Third St.. Logansport, InOiana. Or, J. L. RICHAWWON, State Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. ON Wf\LKER & RfUJGH. 2GBROftDWflY, FOR flNYTHINO YOU WflNT IN The Weather Today—Quite warm with local showers. WE MARK EVERY HAT WE SELL WITH GOLD LETTERS OUR HATS NECKWEAR SHIRT MAKtn, HATTER AND FURNISHER, every H»n» of a penonal Character Con ••rain* Loiaoiporter* and Tfc«lr Frtendi A. B. Crampton of Delphi, was in tho city pesterday. Peter Follen has returned from thi college at Kankakee. 111. Miss Maud Allman o( Argu* ia vis itlng friends at Long Cliff, Mrs. Thos. DeFord and son departed yesterday for Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Daniel Mader and nelce, Mrs Jas. Purcell, of Augusta, Maine, art visiting at Plymouth. J. A. Chappelow and family are en tertaining Mrs. R. C. Griffith and children of Galveston. Miss Uba Battery la home for a few days vacation visit from the State University at Bloomlngton. Mrs. Isaac Snoeberger of Camden, U visiting in the city the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Gardner on the West Side. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brown, who were visiting Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Hobbs returned laat evening to their home at Warren, O. ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice have be. come domiciled in their elegant new residence recently completed on Market street near Seventh. Mrs. Berry of Angola,' arrived yes terday at the bedside of her son.Frank Jones, wbese condition is gradually growing worse and who ia now lying very low at his rooms on Broadway. Faint Tomorrow NUtbt. Of the attraction which will return toDolan's tomorrow night, the Brooklyn Citizen says: The piesentatlon of "Faust," which is bringing fame and fortune to the Morrison company attracted a demonstrative audience to the Grand Opera House , last night. The "Fau*t" legend is familiar to every intelligent person, with the stage effect* which are now at the commend of the company, the spectacular elements in the play are developed to their fullest extent, Sev« oral features which were not seen last year were Introduced last night. One was the flashing of a jeweled cross in the gable of the church at the end of tbe first act, upon Mephisto, as he Is exulting over the possession of tho soul of his victim. Another was the firefly effect in the garden scene, produced by the tiny electric lamps; and the third the storm of fire which con- eluded the Brocken scene. A BuRBaboo Halted. Kokomo Tribune: It now develops that Pnlllp Petre, who did the Othello act at Logansport by strangl Ing his wife to death, believing her unfaithful, then ending big own mis. erable existence, was once a resident of Kokomo, the murdered wife being also a former Howard county woman. For five months last year Pe'tre left his wife and came to this city, occu pylng rooms in the Warwick block on the south side of the square. The Cut county coroner it conducting a thorough investigation of Petre's former history, particularly the report* that be poisoned his former wife, then blew the house up with dynamite to conceal the crime. Fatre was a Frenchman of anarchistic tendencies, being born In Paris In 1849. He was buried beside his wife at the Logansport cemetery Friday afternoon. The statement that Coroner BUB- jahn Is "conducting a thorough investigation of Potrio's former history" Is , unwarranted. Of course he IB doing nothing of the kind. In the first place what particular end of justice would be subserved by such an Investigation? All parties to the act are dead. Petrie and his three wives are now returned to mother earth, Coroner Buijabn received no evidence that Petrte had murdered bis first wife. There was some little bit of neighborhood gossip out to that effect but ,he esteemed Kokomo Tribune should know by this time, with all it* past painful experience, what credence to ilace in neighborhood gossip. It s not sufficient to base official action upon at least, and of course Coroner Busjihn Is not wasting his valuable time looking up an; such evidence. The Coroner is through with the case and his report thereon will be filed in due lime. Concerning this Petrie matter there was a sensational story afloat yesterday concerning the finding of the ;dy of Jonas Parker who once roomed at the Petrie home, In k cistern. Parker, an old man wall :nown down town, had been missing t seems for a couple of months. Jome one imagined that he was murdered by Potrle, through jealousy, and his body chucked into one of the Id city cisterns near the Petrie home, nd reported this bit of wild Imagina- ion to the police. An investigation nsued and there wae nothing found. that was found was a dead cat in he closet in the room formerly occu- led by old man Parker. Contrary to he popular legend the cat will not ome back. Jonas will. He has been nown befors to cbaae away for a few months in the slack season, but be always bobbed up at the proper time for business. Hia buslnees is to hang awnings. Naturally enough his business kae not been very rushing during the winter and he has not been looking after It very closely. His Meads say that he is visiting in KansM. Probably he is. At least it is likely that Jonas will come back. Thcgtanler K««llBK*. The down town tnmperanoe meetings closed, so far as Mr. Stanley, the chief promoter of th« same, is MB- corned, laat evening. Mr. Stanley claimed this last evening of the series as • a benefit for himself and announced beforehand the subject ,for Monday evening, as a lecture on the celebrated capture of the notorious Bill and Amer Greet. While he had a fair crowd last even, lug it was not what, in all proper gratitude, he should have had aid the doubtful success of this benefit meeting in a long series of temperance meetings arouse* the question of the lack of gratitude in temperaeee work, which question will be askeA by many who attended the meeting test night Mr. Stanley departs today for Tuscola, 111., where he will MD. duct meetings for a week. He will go thence to Saelfcy- vllle, this State, where he will conduct a series of meeting*. He ha* engagements which will oc*«py him until June. The work inaugurated by him will not be dropped immediately. Tko down town meetings will be contlntem for a week under the direction of the Union Temperance Society. This evening Dr. Henry S. Tanner will deliver a lecture upon the effeeu »f alcohol upon the human system, further subjects and lectures will be announced from night to night. Per «»Ie at Aocll«>. I will sell at auction to tfce highest bidder on Saturday, March 17th, at 2:30 p. m.. the two-story 40x60 barn, situated on the West End addition to Logansport. Terms to suit. JOHN R. KBNJTBDT. The second examination of candidates for graduation from the district and town school* of Cass county will be held In the High School building, Logansport, Ind,. Saturday, March 17, 1894. Berlin and Parla dress novelties just in at the Golden Rule. .

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