Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 30, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 30, 1894
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DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENTER, THE HATTER. OBSERVE! The announcement of M i fe.'Tucker & Young « THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. I Their New Spring Goods are ready for inspection. Special attention is called to their $20.00 suits made to order. Yours Truly, "PUCK." D° M Uo' 'pnflBErj M&Blll CLIMAX PUREST AND BEST, -AT LESS THAN.— HALF=— THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. pg|DS2Q^HALVK.|0^gUARTERs5t SOLD IN CANS ONLY. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 30. Babe shoe?, 29 cents.—Anderson & Kane. Kid gloves a specialty, al tho Now Fashion store. New wash silks at the Trade Palace just opened at 47-J cente—beauties. Ladles' cloth top donpola shoes with patent tip, $1 38.—Anderson & Rans We are showing 1 a grand assortment of carpets in the latest patterns at the New Faahlcn store. J. H. McMlllen has early Onio seed potatoes from Seedsman's stock and warranted pure, for Bale. Do not forget Andarjon & Rans. They curry the latest tuylo in all kinds of footwear. English. German, Norwegian and Swedish lanjtuajjes spoken. Don't fail to attend tbe J. E. Snell & Co. auction sale Saturday, on Pearl street, Artic.los «very body mual have cao be had at your own price, Our cloak department !.-< simply (fraud; In this department you will find a select assort of cap^s und jackets, ladles and children's suits, readymade;,also a One Hoe of paraeols, at the New Fashion store. The Journal yesterday received another' lot of back numbers of tie World 1 * Fair Art Portfolio. A large lot of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 and 7 now on band. Those not yel getting tb.ii •arlei o»n oc mmenoa now with number one. Cms ha* a Swindle. Too. Delphi Journal: Cass county has a bridge swindle on her hands. A bridge company contracted to put in a bridge that would stand a certain test. Tho bridge people wont before the commissioners and reported that tbe bridge was completed and were paid the amount agreed upon. Then it occurred to some taxpayer that it might be a good idea to have tho bridge tasted. Tho tet>t was made and tho fact established that a great fraud had been worked on the people of Case county. Cass county has the sympathy of Carroll as she eits and Bits and holds tho sack. But Cass county's swindle and filoh Is a small matter compared to Carroll's. Up there only about $6,000 are involved. Hero $30,000 was tho size of tho bunco. It is in the shape of bonds running twenty yeais at six per cent, interest payable eeral-annunlly-and sold at a big discount. And one bridge was paid for before a foot of iron was laid on the- ground. And the only test to which It-was ever subjected W»B t.bc pokiug our commissioners gave it with their 'canes and tho attempts they made to shake it down by jumping up und down on it. That was tho only test. Tbe Journal is not presumed to speak for Cass county's commissioners but as far us the commissioners of this county are concerned it will say that they were either in a boodle deal or else they were criminally reckless und unpardonabJy improvident in the building of our bridges. Frank Hendmc Indicted. Delphi Journal: The Uowon-Bend- in(? cise, which was tried in the White circuit court, on a change of venue last week, wns decided in favor of the Bowena. This was a suit growing out of ft deposit check held by Frank Rendlnjr. which tho Bo wen banlt claimed had !,bocn raised from $250 to $1,250. -As a result the grand jury in session last week returned an indictment against Bendlnp for forgery and his bonds was fixed at $1,000. Bonding come to Delphi yostordjty and gave bond for h'.s appearance before the circuit court, his father in- law, William Boano, signing the bail bond. Tao ca^o will probably come up at the present term, Tftc Modern Way Commends Itself to the well.informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man. ner and disaRreeably as well. To cleanse the sj stem and break up oolds, head aches and fevers without unpleasant after effects, uae the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. 1ATS. SPRING fWTS Very Latest Styles, $1.00, See Window. We will sell you the best quality Knox, Dunlap and Youman Styles for $1.98, thereby saving you $1.50 on your purchase, as other stores ask $3.50 for identically the same styles and qualities. Remember, all the latest Spring style Derby and Fedora Hats. ________ 50 Cents on the Dollar at Actual Wholesale Cost on all Goods Usually kept in a first-class Clothing and Shoe Store; Overcoats half price on a credit of months under order Cass Circuit Court still continues. OTTO KRf\US BANKRUPT STORES. YOUR NAME JUS PRINT. Hum* of a 1'ei'ftoual Character «Jo»- eornlDK IjOKKunportorH aul1 Tlioir Frt<intl» S. K. Frank is at Delpbi. Judge Gco. E. Koss !s home from Indianapolis. udfra J. C. Nelson went to Indian • apolia yesterday. Mr. J. T. Elliott wont to Indian- apo'ls yesterday. Dr. B. C, Stevens was at Lucerne rosterday on professional business. Mies E. A. Hunt, a teacher at tho High school, IB visiting at Indianapolis. W. S. Blatehley, of Terra Haute, republican candidate for State geolo- ;lst, was In the city yesterday. Thos J. Tuley, city attorney, left esterday for Edlnburg, Ind., where le will spend Sunday with his daugh- er. Ho will stop "at Indianapolis on lie return and argue the gas cases in he Supreme Court. Richmond Item: .Miss Maggies ronln is visiting her sistw, Bessie, at Logansport.. . .A number of Rich- roond people have received invitations o attend a swell society dance in Lo •ansport on the evening of April 6. leveral couples from Richmond will ba in attendance. The Fakir Tliat Come* 111 the Sprkujc Tra, La. Spring Is always welcome but It has ts drawbacks. And it is not spring loetry alone that is to bo dreaded. It tho swindler who comes up regular- y as the robin but nearly always with ft new oi' revised scheme. Last ye&.r he had cheip (?) pianos and lightning rods and this year he has lightning rods, spurious bank checks or anything you want. Last week he turned up near Somerset, in Wabash county, says nn exchange. He called upon Samuel I. French and tried to sell him a bill of lightning rods. He wanted to buy four hundred dollars' worth, but his wifo objected so he contracted for ;5i>00. After the follow left he became suspicions, went to Wabash and consulted a lawyer, aod during hie absence tho "swindlers appeared iU his farm and wore driven oft. Nuw his note for $200 has appeared in the hands of u. broker who wants it p.-iid. A slick individual struck Goshen liidt week. Ho rented n largo block, the ownor dtapos?esin;r other tenants to accommodate him, leaned largu advertising space in tho papers, and aiaOo arrangements to open tho "biggest mercantile store in the country." After paying sundry bills in wcnhless checks ho left Jor parts unknown. Tbo Goshenites wore completely taken In. Some days ago n man by the name of Paul deposited a if7,000 chock iu a Louisville bank for collection. The check was drawn on a California bank but it was returned unpaid, Ho -uc- ceoCod in getting money from eovoral merchants on it and had eloped to New Albany with Miss Louisa Steel, to bo married, when he was arrested. World's Fair portfolio swindlers are tho very latep.S. They ask your signature and a membership fee of fifty cocta to a club with fifty or a hundred 'of your fellow townsmen 'in order to trot wholesale prices on tha fine.port- folios,, copies of which are shown. You .never boar of tho portfolios. «nd tbft swindler has your half dollar. Don't sign any orders or receipts for a Rtrangor. If you must buy his goods pay him cash on delivery and he'needs no receipt nor litter of. recommendation from you. Bar. a better way le to buy what you need of dealers' whom you know to be responsible and reliable. Traveling peddlers muit make big profits to pay their expenses and those who buy of thein usually ' pay a*arly for their purchases. N.AI. (,<>«:A I.W. Men's lino patent loacher H'uchur'?, at $2.OS. No bankrupt sale.---Anderson & Rans, Degree staff No. 1 U. of R.. will meet .'or drill this evening. All raera bers are requested to attend. There will be tho regular monthly examination of teachers at the Central school building tomorrow. It was not Mrs. Peter King of Market street that was robbed of her pock- ct-book on the train the day of tho prize fight. The Ceclllan Musicale will not hold i's recital this wsek on account of tho illness of some of the members. Further notice will be given. You can buy a thousand and one useful articles at your own price at the J. E. Snell & Co. auction sale Saturday of tbie week, on Poarl street. Sale commences at 10 a. m. The U. R. K. P. and subordinate lodges will go to Lafayette today to take part in the dedicatory services attending the opening of a new Knights of Pythias Castle at that place today. John R. Hall returned last evening from a day's hutt at Ergliih Lake with fifty-one ducks and seventeen jack snipe, one of the biggest bags ever taken by a Logansport sportsman. Before His Honor, y*sterday morning, nlneT tramps appeared to give cause for having taken city lodging over night. Upon sufficient cause being shown tho gang was roleused and started on east to join Coxoy's army. On Wednesday Mies Esther Me- Govern celebrated tho 18th anniversary of her birth and ia the afternoon entertained a party of her young friends who called at her home at 711 Broadway to celebrate with her the day. The afternoon was very pleasantly spent. Refreshments wore served and all present had a most en joyable afternoon. There in to bo no more dropping of letters Into mail cars. Tho postmaster general has issued an order that hereafter mail will not bo taken oti the railroad nmil cars unless it first, passes through tho postollicc. The order was mnclo necessary be- cf-use ma^y businessmen in the neighborhood of railroad depots in nil lo- cn.Ht.ieti mailed their letters OD tho train to save them ;i. trip to the post- ofiico, and U made u large nmouct of extra work for vbo railway mail clerk*. Time was taken up that was needed in eortirg out mull between eta- tiuna. Camdon Expositor: Married, at tho residence of tho bride's father, J J. Gardner east ol town, his daughtw. Miss Myrtle, and Isaac Pavton, on Saturday evening, March 24th, 189-1, by the Rev. J. W. Stark, of Flora. None but tbe immediate families of the contracting parties were present to witness the event.- Tho brido is one of Camden'n falreit belles and a most estimable young woman. The groom is an employee on tho Fitch saw mill and in honest, industrious young man. The young couple hu? the beet wishes of a host of friends, and it is OUT sincere wish than life's journey to them may" bo ever pleasant and full of sunshine. Tttf Band'* JVow I'ulforHi". The Military Bn.ud ha? received its new lot of uniforms und last c-veotug. tho bovs tried then- new plumiigojlnd- ing it.very fitting and acceptable. Tho uniforms are of the regulation style and will g' ve tbe b °y s a trul ? military appaaranee. Elks Hliutrelf. All persons taking; part in the Elk's Minstrels sro urged to he preset at a reharsal tonight at ElkV hall M tbe time of the performance is near a full attendance is desired. TSie .-VKHCNMirM Mf.'Uhon ill Huild. Next Monday the w-vcship assessors will bo abroad in tho land. Tim as. sossore by their ix'bpuctivo townships arc as Jollows: Boone—W. H. Berkshire. Harrison—1J J. Morales'. Hetnlebtrn—Jerome Smith, Jefferson—Dani«l Burkitt. Noblo—John T. Tippeu. Cjuy—Jacob More-hart. Adams—I). A Hopkins Miami—William Holvie. Eel—A. H McDonald. Clinton—Charles Myers. Washington—John Novinger. Tipion—Herman Funk. Deer Creek—Joseph McClookey. Jackson—Henderson Fickle. Glk* Ofllccrx Iiiktnllod. At a meellcg of ihe Elks last evening Grand Exalted Ruler, G. W. Fend - er officiating, ibt> following officers were installed for the ensuing term: Exalted Ruler—T, W. Nichols. Esteemed Leading Knight—A. D. Pansier. EHeerned Loyal Knight—O. E. MJcbaels. Esteemed Lecturing Knight—Adam Graff, Secretary—Ed Estabrook. Treasurer—J. P. Sebastian. Tyler—A. C. Barnett. Trustee—Dr. C. L. Thomas Musical Director—J. E. McMlllen. Attention l,«cim »Hv. 26 W. K. K. V You are hereby ordered to appear at drill hall in full dreas uniform at 9:45 a. m. sharp. GKO. A. SnAEi-'EU, Capt. GKO A. LINTON, R. G. Men's genuine kangaroo shoes, hand sewed, at $3.75, worth $5.—Andersoc & Rans. \V\v Ye»r Cull" by Mall. The custom in I'Yanee of sendinfi one';5 visiting' card to acquaintances on Ne\y Year's day is rapidly increasing. Even the establishment of a society for the suppression of complimentary visiting cnrtis has been powerless against the progress of fashion- The French post oflic-e officials have made an interesting calculation on the subject. It is rook-omul that in the department of the St-iiie alonu, which, of course, in- uludos 1'ariK—:;,T50.uun visitiiifj ciinls \vero tli-livovi'il l>.y postma-n on !,he 1st of January, 1W1. Tho following year it had risi-n to 0,300,000: tlic year after to t:i.'!D('r,(Hiii, and iina-lly. in 18fl-l. it roaclieil nearly !.-,,.•)(}(!. 01)0, — I.onilon LOOK HEREI you vr:\rl to buy t>t -0:! a bouso and', lot, you wanv to buy 01 M;J; a larai, you vviint U) h;iy or i-ell a store, you want UM-rado city property 'w a farm, you have any cher.p bonnes for sale.. Call on M. M. GORDON;. Room No. 1 and 2 Spry Block, t, Infi A nr»tt(!r of IJkil.KT "Hallo, Jack! Have yon scon 'As You Like It' played entirely by wom- "I low was it?'' "As yon don't like it." — Hallo. —Customer— "Look here, waiter, I found a collar button iu the soup." Waiter— "Say, yon didn't sec nothing of. a pair of gloves, did ycrt?"— Inter Ocean. _____ _ — "Miss Friller must be very fond of music." "What makes yon think so?" " Well, whenever tho orchestra played she chewed gum so as to itecy perfect time."— Inter Ocean. Kh«nmatl>m <lo>iKIJ Onred. Three dnye is a vtry short lime ia which to cure a bad cabe of rheumatism; but it c»a be done, if the proper ' treatment ie adopted, ae will be seen bythe following from James Lambert, of New Brunswick, 111. "I was badly afflicted with rheumtttism in tbe hips &nd legs, when 1 bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured* me in three days, J am all right today; and would insist on every on& who ie afflicted with that terrible diB~ eafee to URe Chamberlain's Pain Bftlrc. and get well at once." Fifty cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keesling, druggist. They Wain tbe Belt. "The people of this vicinity insist: on having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and do not urent any other," saye. John V. Bishop, of Portland Mills, Indiana. That is right. They know it to he superior to any other for colds, and as a preventive and cure for croup, and why should they nol. insist upon having it. Fifty cent bottles for sale by B. F. Keeeling, drup- A Forty If lie Ride. E. E. Swetnam, of Fairfax Station ,. Virginia, says: "A party cams forty miles to my store for Chamberlain's- Cough Remedy and bought a dozen, hollies. The remedy is a preat fo- vorile in this vicinity and has performed some wonderful cures here. It in intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, snd: in a favorite wherever known. Fov- sale by B. F. Koofiling;, druggist. V'KiMlnllH lane KTOiir»lou« To South, Southeast and Southwest; will run on various dates from now until Juno 5, 1894, inclusive. One. fare round trip. Cill on or addross- any Vandalia. line ngeci and a? It for- information contained in circular Nc- 327 of January 20, 1894. Notice. My wife, Laura A. Chambers,- has- thls day left my bed and board. I hereby give notice ibatl will not pay any debts contracted by her. JOHN CH.AMBEKS. March 29, I NOW THIS. IS A FACT CARL W. KELLER the Merchant Tailor, leads them all In the Spring Trade. f\f\v AT- PATTERNS. Ask anv man in tha city the way his clothes ara made to fit and then know th^ truth. CARL W.'KELLER. 311 Market St.

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