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March 15, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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DUNLAP'S Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENT THE HATTER. i in c , t OBSERVE! The announcement of Tucker & Young » THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. g Their New Spring Goods are ready for inspection. Special attention is called to their $20.00 suits made to order. Yours Truly, "PUCK. PUREST AND BEST, • AT LESS THAN== HALF = THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. pOyNDs2Q*HALVE5.|OtQUARTERs5* SOLD IN CANS ONLY. DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 15. See tbe lovely bargains now at the Trade Palace in spring underwear. Don't miss this sale. The marvelous success of Hood's Sarsaparllla is based upon tho corner stone of absolute merit. Take Hood's throughout the spring months. The Home of the Friendless build, ing baa reached its destination down on the city lot al Seventh and Race ttreett, aoi will be put into place and repaired for tbe purposes of that initltution ai soon as potslble. The argument for a new trial In tbe oate of tbe State v«. Mri. Mary Hee. nan, will be heard in the Circuit Court today Tbe defense hai prepared a long lUt of reaioni for a new trial, and the argument will probably prove intereitlng. A correspondent at Hoover etatlon writes that "Miss Maggie Gookian ha* returned to her borne In Carroll county after finishing one of the molt •uooewful school! even taught at Hoover. Miss Gookian nade many friendi who would gladly welcome her b*ok Again." Dr. R. V. Wagner who ha* relative! in this city, i» in a way to realize a va»t fortune oa an eleotrioal device which he hai Invented for milling o luurtt and which promltei to revolution preient methods of mining and make the fortunate poiieiMr of tbe invention Independently rich. TOUR SAME IN PRINT. !(••» of a Penenal Character don* ••ruing- ljo«an»POrtem and Their Prlcndi Miss Dottle Johnson is visiting at Peru. Miss Cora Brltton is visiting friends at Marion. T. P. Swlgart, the grocer, is on the sick list. Miss Tillle Stellhorn is vlsltiig at Fort Wayne, Attorney John W. Kern of Indianapolis was in tho city yesterday. Rev. Father Qulnlon, of Marlon, isvisiting Very Rev. M. E. Campion. Mies Mary Guigan of Peru, is the guest of the family of Conductor J»e. Finn. H. J. Case and family have returned from Marlon, and will again take up their residence in Logansport. Mr. Tiotor L. Ricketts, of the Delphi Journal was In the city yesterday, returning last evening at 10:32. Dr. Joseph C. Rogers of the bos pi • tal at Long Cliff, is entertaining Drs. Clark and Pusey, of tho Kentucky hospital of the Insane. Mrs. H.. E. Moore, widow of tho lamented operator at the Pan Handle yard ofllce, Is visiting at her former homo at Winona, Minn. Huntlngton Herald: Miss Sophia and Emma Pohler returned to Logansport this afternoon after a pleasant visit at the Wm. Slrodel home. Marion Chronicle: Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson will entertain the 'Young Married Peoples' Pedro Club' of Logansport Wednesday at their home on west Fourth shreet." GAS PLANTS SOLD. THE NEW INSURANCE RATES. The luMnrunre CompHiiIen Have Adopted a Schednlo of Ha Ion which WHI CiuiMlderabljr Effect Property Ownorn. For some years the insurance companies have beon at work on a new uniform schedule of rates in the State 833 have adopted a schedule on mercantile and special risks by which the rate In Logansport la raised considerably. This schedule went tcto effect last Friday. An examination of the Bobeflulo shows an average Increase on these risks of from 10 to 15 per cent. In some oases that rate Is lowered, but it rules higher than before by the above proportion. The new schedule does rot affect residence property, the rate on dwellings continuing as before. A table ic ptinted below giving a comparative exhibit of the old and new rates on representative risks taken at random from various down town localities. OLD NSW IUTK. IUTK. School bulldhjgs ............... .............. 75 .76 Churcads-Baptlst ............................ l.co .90 Broadway M. E ................................ 1.00 '1.00 Unlveraftllst ................................... 1.00 .90 Broadwnr Presbyterian ..................... 7fi .76 First NHtlonul Bunk .................. 1.2G 1.15 Lot-ansport State Bank .................... 75 .70 Murdock hotel .................................. 2.00 3.00 KreuzberK6r'« block. ........ --- .......... 76 ,86 Ferguson'* block (Trade Paliice) ....... 90 l.UW Hlmm»lben»r block (Golden Bule). <:» .70 MoTa«mrt block ................................ 1 23 1.75 Wlnfleld block ................................... 1.00 1,10 Keyuton* block ..................... „ ............ 80 .85 McCafltey corner .................... ............ 75 ,95 Rink .................................................. 2.W 3,00 Johmrton Hotel ............................. l.BO 2.2C Opera House Block ........................... 225 2,00 Eatl Stewart's llrery stabl* ............... 1.60 1.J5 Cbronlde bntldlng ............................ ,90 1.75 Journal building ........................ l.lo J,«5 Ptitiros building ............................. 1,00 120 Reporter building .............................. 2 28 2-01 Uhl's Empire Mills ............................ ti.25 3.00 Ji-orrert Mills ................................... 3.25 s.co Loeansport Furniture Co, factory ...... "'."0 6.00 The following comparative exhibit is made of the change of rates on stocks of goods: OLD NRW R1TI. HATI. 1.00 1.15 Otto Kwns .................................... ™.l.OO 1.26 J. C, Dewenter .......................... — 1.25 1.80 B. F. KWMIng .................................. 1.38 1.35 Ben yish«r ....................................... 1-85 l.so Harry Frank ......... : ....................... in) 1.15 SMrorer*Unl Co ............................. 1.25 1.8* 8. B. Patterson .................................. 1.00 1.10 Stevsiion & Kllnslck ...................... 1.60 1.10 a. L. Tanguy ......... ......................... 1.25 1,15 W. T. Glfle ......................................... 9« 1.06 L.Sollmano ...................................... 90 110 Spry ............ - ................................... l.OO LIB TrodePalnce .................................. 90 1.16 THE BREWERY TO SELL TODAY. 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 antiJ third floors of the Otto Kraus Clothing Store, making the line Again* Complete, IS I^OW OM SALE in the Shoe Store adjoining 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 Negli- r f\ /"^T" 1 lVT r rC v gee Shirts worth $1 and K( I I H \\ I \ $1.50. Choice of all for V^U Vjl-ll L )J Mtocltholdcru at LarareUe Mell to lh« Dleterlcli Hvndlcatr. A special from Lafayette says.- A dispatch from James Murdock, now in New York city, states that the sale of the new natural and artificial gaa plant! of Lafayette was consummated this forenoon, and tbe sum of |840,, 000 In cash was paid over. The agreed price wai $650,000 for tbe natural and $190,000 for lh.9 artificial planti. 0. F. Dieterich of New York, heads syndicate making tho purchase." President Sheerln is aleo in Ea»t on gM business. Per Saleae Auction. I will sell at auction to tte hlghoit bidder on Saturday, March 17th, at 2:80 p. m., tbe two-story 40x60 barn, lituited on the West End addition to Logansport. Terms to suit. JOHN R. KCNNBDY. Oranges 10 cent per dozen at {loth. ermel'a. the the Thin !• tbe 1>»T for the Bldi to Be Opened and for tbe Receiver to Betlre- What will Be tbe Outcome? Today, March 15,'is the day for the opening of fhe bids, if any, upon the matter of the sale of tbe property of tbe Logansport Brewing Company, Receiver Osmer is looking for bids to relieve him from his receivership. While bl£s are light thoro have beon a number of parties likely to be interested, in town for the past few days and it is not Improbable that there will be some action taken today. Among the probable bidders on hands are Mr. Eugene Prager, of Chicago, formerly of the local brewing company; Messrs. F. Wlttlsob, A. J. Lassen, K, G. Sohmldt, Geo. A. Weiss, Ferdinand Krebs and Orwln Lackun. All these gentlemen are registered at the Johnston hotel. No intimation is given out concerning the deal today, but some prophet or another has whispered that Mr. Eugene Praper had his eye sot on the plant and that there would be no great surprise created if the plant fell into bis banda oncomore. It will take the day to decide. More tomorrow. There Wax uoStrlKe, The report which gained current yesterday that the laborers on the Erie avenue sewer had quit work and gone out on a strike was not founded on fact. It aeema that tho evening before in the discharge of a blast a gas pipe leading into Wm. Dolan's foundry was broken. This led to Home discussion between Mr. Dolan and Chas. Breckenrldge, foreman of the sower gang and the latter did not show up yesterday morning. When tbe workmkn appeared for work there was no foreman and after waiting a reasonable time and having no one to direct their work they left tbe icene. Tbe absence of the workmen gave grand for the report that there was a strike. The work will be resumed this morning an usual. Temperance Heelings. George McKee and others addressed the down* town temperance meeting last evening end quite an interest was manifested. Tonight W. T. Wlhon will speak upon tbe subject of "What the labor, ingmen have done and can do in temperance work In Logansport." The meetings will continue every night during the week and close Sunday afterneon by a praise meeting. v The sale of OVERCOATS on a six month's credit at HALF FORMER PRICE will continue until all are sold. The Hats and Furnishing Goods stock and Trunks are still complete and seasonable, being composed largely of Reserved Stock, held back in order to first close out all strictly winter goods* A. G. JENKINES, Assignee* FAREWELL ZELLA. Frank Biter Ooei H*ad. Frank Rlley, formerly city editor of the Pharos yesterday received notice of hit appointment to a .position in the government printing office at Washington and will leave for Wart- lng,ion IB » few days. The Journal congratulate! ,J4r, Rlley on hit »p. pplntment andjWlibei him, his new field A* Far •• the Pre»» In Concerned nay it be a Last Farewell. The ending of the career of an ad venturess like Zolla Nlcolaua Is not in doubt. Such a career is short am the finale better. Zella is home again deserted by the partner in her esea pades and with a future empty and void of promise. A special froyi Wasbash says: /ella Nicolaus, the Wabash young woman who has been cutting such a wid< swath tbe past six months, finds her self in Wabaeh this morning, "dead broke" and deserted by her protector Last Saturday the widowed sister o Zella, Mrs. Effle i Wetherbee, of this oily, received a telegram to meet Zella and Euhmann at Fort Wayne. She went. Zella told her that she had been repeatedly beaten by Rhumann and that she intended leaving him and returning to Nicolaus, whom she would meet in Chicago. To Chicago she went on Monday to moot Mr. Nloolaun, leaving Mrs. Wetherboo and Run- mann at Fort Wayne. Mrs. Weih- erbee returned to Wabash on Monday night, and Rub mann aac 2«lla camn down at 10 o'clock last night. Zella rofusodcto talk to Rub mann, and upon arriving here jumped into a cab and gave the driver $ 10 to keep her out of Ruhraann's way. He drove her home. Ruhmann followed. Tfiore an excited colloquy occurred, in which Zella abused Kuhmann, who was defended by Mrs. Wetherbee. During the quarrel Rubmann struck Zella twice on the face, almost floor- Ing her. She attacked him with a parasol, breaking it over hie head. Then bar parents took a hand, and failing to quell tbe riot sent for tfee officers. Ruhmann was inlld as a cooing doro when they arrived. .The trouble was renewed when the policeman left, and Mrs. Wetberbee came down town and took rooms at a hotel. Rubmann later went to the same hotel and early this morning, to escape Zellft, ttey employed a driver to take' them to Lagro, where they boarded the Waba»h train for Chicago. Zella, IB heartbroken, and has taken to her bed. She has taken precautions tocecure her trunks, which ere at a Ft. Wayne hotel, and which sbe says contain si* thousand Vlollurs' worth of jewelry. Miss May Noland aged 28 year died yesterday afternoon at 3 o'cloc at the residence of W. B. Place, 1; whose household she had served as ; domestic for five years. The cause o death was inflamation of tbe bowel and stomach. The funeral will t> held from tbe Place residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon services con. ducted by Kev. H. J. Norria, pastor o the Broadway M. E. church. Tb( young woman's mother who was a former resident of Loganeport lives ai Anderson. Tbe Modern War Commends itself to the well-informed to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man nor and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the s< stem and break up colds, headaches and fevers without unploas ant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. South Bend Times: George Cimmerman. for a long time a popular dork at the Snjder& Buzby drug store, ban bought out the Brennan drug store on West Washington street. Mr. Bran nan being about to return to Logans port. Wo are sorry to lose Mr. Bren- naa, but wish hU successor abundant success. Don't Toljrco Spit or Smoko Your We An»jr s the truthful, startllnu title of«little book tlmt tells nil nbont No-to-bnc, me wonderfnl. nurm- ess, OOAIUNTKKD tobacco hnblt cure. Tlio cost s trilling, nn<! tho man who want* to quit and c,in't runs nophyfKMlortlnanclnl r in using No-to-bttCk." Sold by Ben Fisher. Book lit store, or by mall free. Address, TUB Sterling Ifemedy Co, Indiana Mineral Springs, ad Bfonkor'H Jarminative Balsam, the groat storo- ich and bowel remedy, is still working wonders. For sale by all druggist*. LOOK HERE! If you want to buy or sell a house anfi lot, If you want to buy or sell a farm, If you want to buy or Bell a store, If you want to trade city property for a farm, If you have any cbeap bouses for sale. Call on M. M. GORDON, Room No. 1 and 2 Spry Block, Logansport, Ind.. CANDIDATKM. FOR TRIiBDMR. I will be a candidate for Troamuer of the eft?" of Lopuuport, subject to the will of the Bepnbli" can City Nominating Convention. O. B. SAROIST. Ind., February IS, 18M, I will be a candidate for Treasurer of the cJI>- of Lotpin.suort, snbjtet to tn« will of the Republican City Nominating Convention. A. Lena. I/ogfUisport, Ind., Pebroarj 16, 1894. I will be a candidate lor nomination for tbe. office of City Treasurer subject to the will of the tepubllcan Convention. J. D. ALLISON-. Logangport. Ind., Febmair 19, 1894. 1 will DA n candidate for Troiwniw of the city of Loganeport, subject to the will or the He|>ul>- lean Cltr Nominal Infi Convention. J. C. ( Logans port, Ind., March 5, 1894. The breath of a chronic catarrh. >atient is often so offensive that ht> lecoms an object of ditgust. After a. ime ulceratlon sots in, tbe spongy bones are attacked, und frequently estroyed. A cons tan l soul-co of dis- omfort is the dripping of the puru- ODt secretions Into tbe throat, some- Imes producing inveterate bronchitis, rhich is usually the exciting cause of ulmonary disease. The brilliant re- ults by its use for years past properly esignate Ely'e Cream Balm as by far best and only remedy. Call upon. jour druggist for it. Handle Factor? Wood for Male- Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall order* to Hillock & Fittman, Handle 'Factory, on, Toledo H., or P. J, , Pr Hollo way's office in ihff Progress block, corner 4tb and Market street*. NOW THIS IS A FACT Carl W. Keller & Co., the Mer} chant Tailors, lead them all in the * Spring Trade. LOOK AT TSEIR PATTERNS. A sk any man in the city the way their clothes are made to fit and then know thp truth. CARL W.KELLER & CO. 311 Market St.

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