Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 21, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 21, 1894
Page 5
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DUNLAP'S Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENTER, THE HATTER. OBSERVE! The announcement of 0 Tucker &Young i THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. g Their New Spring A m/ Goods are ready for in- g spection. Special attention is called to £ their $20.00 suits made to order. jfa ^^ B ^^^X w VI * fc^* • • • v»»*» ** — -— -— - — y*m Yours Truly, "PUCK." 6 WWff &• ALMOST A SUICIDE. Iro. Li:wU Hfiiian of I>ccr Creek Tovv»»blP I" a Ilolltfloii Fi-cn/.y Thrown HerNi-lllnto the Creek. In the United Brethren church in Joer Creek township there has been a -oligious revival on for some time. Mrs. Lewis Hymon, wife of a well- uiown and prominent farmer whoUves about L> miles from Young America, has attend those meetings and become greatly interested in the same, finally jocoming so aroused that her condi- ion verged on emotional insanity, ondering her irresponsible for tho ime. Sunday evening she escaped rom tho house and fora few moments luded the vigilarcoof tho family who had watchod over her closely. When er abscence was discovered search was at onco instituted and the unfor- unate woman found in tho creek, joarly lifeless. Fortunately shb had brown herself into the water at a hallow spot else her discovery would lave been to late. County Hrldjte* Tho County Commissioners yostor- _ay opened bids on the construction of a bridge over Deor Creek in Jackson Ownshlp. The bridge Is a -single pan, 80 feot long and i» to bo placed about two miles north of Galveston. Tho bids varied greatly, ranging rom i-iGIiO to $1,170. The Commis- iloners decided in favor of the Lafayette Bridge Co., whoso bid was ;S71.50. As there woio ten bids OWfir than this it devolves on the Commissioners to explain why they chose o accept i: higher bid. Tho lowest bid was made by tho Bracket! Bridge Co. of Cincinnati and their bid was i4. Why was this bid not &c- iepted? And speaking of bridges tho Journal received a telegram last evening itating that the report of its engineer in tho Davis bridge had boon mailed. !t will probably be received today and will bo given to the public at once, The bridge company that erected this bridge bid on the bridge yesterday and tho bid was tho highest, $1170. Possibly tho company thought that this was to be another letting similar to the Davis bridge lotting. PRICE" 15 ON ALL CANS, TO BE" &E-HUINE-. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21. A peddler named Webster was yesterday arrested for operating without a' license. New Derby silk and chenille tapestry and veiour curtains just opened at the Trade 1'ftlaco. A display of pattern hats and bonnets, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 20th and 21st.—Adella Brown. Now dross goods and trimmings at lower prices than ever before hoard of, now on sale at tho Trade Palace Judge Johnston's friends claim that he secured 3 of the 18 White County delegates. Two yean ago they had 4 out of 11. The School Board will today decide on the material to bo used in the new school building. It is to be hoped that tho material chosen will bo stone of some kind. The lecture ot State Secretary Van Dorln of tho Indiana Epworth League at the Broadway M. E, church attracted quite a largo audience last evening and proved very interesting. David Loftus paid another fine in the police court yesterday for violation of the screen ordinance. Tho polioo have elated J. P. Sebastian's place three times in as many nights. The cases have rot yet been called. The grand lodge of the Order of Choten Friends of Imdlana Is in con. ventlon at Indianapolis this week. The Loiraniporl delegates are George Punk, W.*S. Rosier, John Hawkins, M. L. Bryant, N. A. Irwln and P. M. Shank. Item, of« Per»ou»l Character Con. terulnic LoK»mporterii nnd Ttoelr FrloudH Fred Klinslck id on tho sick list. Mr?. C. 13. Case is visiting at New Castle. Capt. Hardy waa at Winnmac yesterday. Mrs. McDermott is veiling at Matoon, 111. Miss Mary Elliott of Peru is visiting in tho city. Mrs. Otto Cline is entertaining Miss Birdie 1'enn of Camden, Judge Jas Cheney of Fort Wayne was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Ed Johnson is entertaining Mrs. Andy Johnson o! New Castlo. Mrs. II. J. Iloltbrink and littlo -son arc visiting her parents at Kichmor.d. P. H. McGreevy of Cleveland, was calling ot; old homo friends hero yen terday. Mrs. Frank Djihl is entertiunic, her mother Mrs. liowland, of Charleston, Toon. Sol Buckles a former hotol clerk here, now at Marion was in the el'-y yesterday. Miss Li/./.ieClendening, of Hagers town, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Clendoning, on Eel Hive avenue. Mrs, W. T. Giffe will entertain Friday afternoon and evening; for th< benefit of tho Home for the Frlienless Mrs. M. WinGeld departed yester day for Princeton, N. J. to visit hei son Maurice who is at Princeton Col logo. Mrs. Llllie Youcum, who has been making an jxtended visit with Mrs Louis Epstein, departed yesterday fo, her home at Indianapolis Miss Gertrude Green and Misi Dynes of Peru are visiting Mrs Geo Murphy of east Broaaway. Thi lormor is a cousin oi Mrs. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brlnning are visiting in the city en route from Knox. Ind., to their home at Rock field. Thoy were entertained IBS evening by Mies Sue Koop, .who gav. a very pleasant card party in thai honor. Tlie Modern Way Commends itself to the well-informed to do pleasantly and effectually wha was formerly done In the crudest man ner and disagreeably as well. Tc cleanse the sj stem and break up colds headaches and fevers without unpleas ant after effects, use the dellghtfu liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figa We are acknowledged by all a headquarters for spring wraps and leaders of low prices,—Trade Palace ' Very Latest Styles. SPRING HATS. <;u» William'* New C. Wallace Walters, the author of 'April Fool," Gus Williams' new piny in which he Is to appear at tho opera house for the first time on Friday oven- ng follows bis former successful creation and gives Mr. Williams a character in which he plays a German American, which displays his entertaining abilities to a great advantage, uleo giving him ovory opportunity for sis funny aloriou and numerous new soogs, which have the merit of being founded on a happy and popular topic. Sager Midgloy is dividing honors with tho star and everywhere bus won gen. uino and deserving recognition for his wonderful impersonation of the boy 'ho receives his schooling for hia wages. There is that in "April Fool" joluom found in farco ccmedy and that is an interesting story and a plot, the same dealing with tho perplexities of a jolly Gorman, tho complications of which are made doubly nmus- ing by Gus Williams'' inimitable methods. Tho baiaueoof the support ing company is said to be equal to all requirements and the specialties ot which there are not a few,are upon tho refined order. Hen \Vcbl> Miy* »«on«l-Il.»e Bon VV'obb, tho well-known commercial salesman, whoso trips to Lo, gansporl havu boon periodical incidents of his life, rain or shine, summer or winter, from a time out of mind made his last trip yesterday. Ho will be missed. E?n represented A. Koifor & Co., druggists supplies, Indianapolis, and was as well known here 115 most of old residents. He recently acquired a comfortable fortune andlw very aetsibly giving up his nomadic life and is going into some business which will allow him to remain at his own fireside and got acquainted with his wife and babies. His business intentions have not yet been definitely settled upon, but he is in no great hurry to settle, down and will take a deserved rest, enjoying a 'period of travel wilh his family in the West. Ho was around yesterday shaking hands and bidding good-byp to bis Logansport friends and introducing to tho trade his successor, Mr. F. G. Beckman. Tho Journal trusts that wherever Ben's linen may fall they may fall in pleasant places. - tiOM .1111 I HTM. Tbegns coti.'init.Hv: i:«;ld its regular meetinc last truing.' Reports showed thin ob.;rid, m territory could • liM iron men were JI'IM-J i:i r.gures below -;,u;;uoii. One con ,1 1,0 pin in tho plant for be secured ready to fun all previous traotor ofl< irauiui vi»w i less than $250.000 Tho committee feels greatly sncourbged. My Chicago trimmer has an ived Ladles, if I did not suit you last sea son In trimming, I can no*, as I havi changed'trimmers. no *. Mrs. Bruggeman $I.OO We will save you *2.00 on your purchase, as ether stores ask .*:i.Cr for identioally tho same styles and qualities. Itorncmbe.-. all the latest Spring Stylos. Engineer's Plaid Waists 25 cents. Engineer's Bib Overalls 35 cents. Engineers Overalls, without bib, 25 cents. $1,50 Percale Shirts 50 cents. g^£M!M^ Caps, o:u t , .nci 40 cents. For men, boys and girls. $2.00 Fedora Hats and Derbys $1.OO, $1.00 Neckwear, ALL DAY, for 25 cents. Come Today. A.G.JENKINES, Assignee The Otto Kraus Stores. To Water Consumer*. The water supply will be cutofT this evening from 7:30 to 10:30 to mako corrections. Consumers will pleaeo take notice. A Wandorer From Home. Yesterday afternoon tho police received a telegram asking 1 them to lind a ud detain an old gentleman by tho name ot Lyiinscotl until the Cincinnati train arrived at ll:i'0. The old gentleman was found at tho Vac da I'm elation and was detained at tho Shoriir's residence until midnight when nib son arrived from Xonia, O., and departed with him at 12:50 for homo. The younger LyDnscott stated that his father who was SO yoars of ape was eome-hat childish no3. hud taken it into his head to visit another son in Illinois and without saying anything about H at his homo had started on his journey through three Stales. The first intelligence they had of his whereabouts was yesterday when ho received a telegram from his father from liOgansport ui-king where tho son whom he was goiug to visit lived, that he hail lor- gotten tho placo c-u route. The old gentleman was easily detained and started back home willingly and fully satisfied apparently to end his wanderings trom home. Tl«o Latent Divorce CKHC. Yesterday in tho circuit court by his attorneys, Magee it Funk, Romeo E, Mikesell, a railroad man, applied for a divorce from Grace MikcseU. The Mikeaells have been married three years and the plaintiff complains and charges the defendant with cruel treatment and alleges that she has received the visits of lewd and immoral men when the plaint! IT would be from home and that these facts brought them into neighborhood notoriety all to his shame and humiliation wherefore llomeo praye for a divorce from his Juliet. <JHH From a Scientific Ntnudpolot. In next Sunday's Journal will appear an article containing economic and scientific facts pertaining to the natural gas and oil fields of Indiana, accompanied by two carefully prepared charts giving the gas and oil field of the State and a transverse sectional view of the geologic*! otra-.a pierced by the drill. It wilt bo a very interesting feature of tin: Sunday Journal. Number Five Received, Xbe Journal yesterday received three hundred copies of number flva 0 / ne World's Fair Art Portfolio: also additional copies of one, two, three four and six. Those desiring cumbers can LOW be accommodated. lllicumatlNiu <luI<:Uly Cured. Three days is a very short lime in which to cure a bad case of rheumatism; but it can be. done, if the proper treatment is adopted, as will be seen bytlie following from James- Lambert, of Iv'cw Brunswick, 111. • I was badly aillicted with rheumatism in the hipf and legs, when 1 bout'ht a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 1: cured me in three days. I am ail right today; and would insist Or everyone I who is ailiioted with lha; lurrible <!:?I eace to use Chamberlain's Pain B.ihr, I and got well at once." Fifty cont bot. 1 tics for Bale by B. 1 : . Keesling, druggist ^ Thcr Wuiil tlic He.it. ••The people of this vicinity irfis 1 . on having Ckamberlnin'= Cou-rh Remedy nnd do not want any other," pays John V. Bishop, of Portland Mills. Indiana. That is right. They know It to bo superior to any other for colds, and as a preventive and cure ; for croup, and why should they not insist upon having it. Fifty cent bottle* for sale by B. F. Keesling, drug- Llufl Krcnrnlonn To Smith, Southeast and Southwest will run on various dates from now until Juna 5, 1S94, inclusive. One fare round trip. Call on or address any Vandalift line agent and ask for information contained in circular No 327 of January 20.1834. Hrunlior'H Carminative Halsam, the great stomach and bowel remedy, is still working wonders. For sale by all drugeistf. Hood's Sariaparllla is absolutely unequalled as a blood purifier and strengthening medicine. It is the ideal spring modicino. Try it. LOOK HERE! If you want to buy or sell a ho^se aaj lot, If you want to buy Or sell a farm, If you want to buy or fell a store, I! you want to trade city property fee a farm, I[ you have any cheap houses for sals::. Call on M. M. GORDON, Room No. 1 and 2 Spry Block, Lopacspcrt. led. CliHrabcrlain't I'jc anil Skin Ointment Is a certain cure for Chronic SCT>:-. Eyes. Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Kip- pies, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Sali 1 . Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents pe— box. For sale by 13. K. Keeping, TO HOJISK OWM:UK. For putting a horse in a lice health*. • condition try Dr. Cftdv's Condition 1'owders. They tone up tho systosj. aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving; new life to an old overworked horss., 25 cents per package. For sale b;v B. F. Keesling, druggist. A Forty Mile Hide. K. R- Swetnam. of Fairfax Statics Virginia, says: "A party came forty miies to my store for Chamberlain';-: Cough Remedy and bought a dozen bottles. The remedy is a great favorite in this vicinity and has performed some wonderful cures hero. It is intended especially for coughs coll?, croup and whooping cough, aacl is a favorite wherever known. For- Bale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. NOW THIS IS A FACT Carl W. Keller & Co., the Merchant Tailors, lead them all in the Spring Trade. _ LOOK AT THEIR PATTERNS . * / sk any man in the city the way their clothes are made to fit and then know the truth. CARL W. KELLER & CO. 311 Market St.

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