Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 8, 1894 · Page 5
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WHY, DEWENTER, THE HATTER. So say the majority of men already. Now we want the minority to come over to the majority. Let us *how you our NEW SPRING HATS. OBSERVE! The announcement of Tucker & Young THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. Their New Spring Goods are ready for in- Special attention is called to DO suits made to order. Yours Truly, "PUCK." ft OMTR '^^wncn.ivv vnuB^^ • CLIMAX ^V ^ri^^xa ^44 PUREST AND BEST; .AT LESS THAN =-=HALF=— WE PRICE OF OTHERBRANDS. p^p20*SP-IO*9HM™ s §* SOLD IN CANS ONLY. DAILY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING. APRILS. Singing Flowers. Part 9 Dream City now ready. Apron Fair at the rink, Wednesday. Part 6 Marie Burroughs Portfolio now ready. L«y and raolre silk and lace bows, at the Bee Hive. May fashion shoots Monday, at the New Fashion store. A 10 days sale commences Monday at the Golden Rule. Stylish capes and jackets at the New Fashion store. Try Ben Fliher'a double extract Vanilla and you will ueo no other. Girl to oook wanted at 829 North •treet. An ex perlenced one preferred. Lace ourtalng from 40 oenli per pair and upwards, at the Trade Palace. Thirty-seven cents still buys 75. cent ladies Oxford ties at Otto Kraus'. Grand concert by Military Band at the Apron Fair, Wednesday evening. Leave your order for screens now and save 10 per cent.— C. M. Hanna. Ladles' and children 1 ! fast black hosiery a specialty, at the New Fash .Ion store. All orders for screens tor this week will be done for ten per cent, less than latt«r.--H»nna. •'W« are the people" to quote low prices. Attend our sale commencing Monday —Goldon Rule. YOUR NAME Hi PRIST. Ituu* of • Portonal Character Con- •crnluK Iioc*i»p«rter* «»d Thel* Frlendi MUs Llllie Dalrymple is spending Sunday in Peru. Messrs. J. G. and Henry Seybold are at Dayton, O. Judge and Mrs. D. P. Baldwin are visiting at Indianapolis. Mrs. H. G. Tucker has returned from a visit at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrg. Thos. Sampsel. of Terre Haute are visiting In the city. Robert Mathews is home from college at Granvllle, 0., to ipend Sunday. Mrs. John W. Barnes Is spending a week or two with her sisters in Chicago. Mrs. E. W. Anderson and daughter Maggie, have returned from a visit at Marlon. Mrs. E. A. Bligh will set eall on the Umbrla the 14th to visit her parents in England. MUios Emma Bergman and Mary Jennings, of the West Side, are vis. itlng at Peru. Rev. L. Ratlift want to Knightstown yesterday to preach an annual Odd Fellows sermon. Miss Edith Nelson, o! Atlanta, Ga., and the Misses Murray and Oren of South Bond, aro tho guests of the Misses Howe. Mies Clara Stoneberg who was visiting in tho city, tho guest of Mrs. Charles Kreis, departed yesterday to her home at Peru. Misses Hellam and Ullery who were visiting here the guests o( Miss Maud Church, departed yesterday for their homes at Bradford, O. Mrs. Frtdorlcka Lllltanthal and daughter, Miss Gessenle and daughter in law, Mrs. Adeline Llllianthal, of Charleston. S. C., are visiting in the city the guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. C. Schwerdman and cousin, Mr. John H. Schwerdman and family. Supt. Gardner, Miss Ora Cox and Mlis Ella Martin returned yesterday from Frankfort where ttey were in attendance at the Northern Indiana Teachers Association. Mr. Gardner read a paper on Teacher's Institutes at the convention and Miss Cox was elected Bocretary of the association for the ensuing year. Indianapolis Brewing Co'a beer; Budweiser bottled beer, delivered anywhere in town. Telephone 88. The best ever made—itraghthops and m»lt, ^ Our dress goods department li show, some very rich stylish novelties In dress goods and trimmings, at the New Fashion store. >• ADDITIONAL LOUALt. Monday, for carpets, at the New Fashion store. A large valety of aprons on sale at the rink, Wednesday, Carpets and draperies a specialty, at the New Fashion store. The first great Midway number Dream City Portfolio now ready. Linen toweling 8J cents per yard Monday, at our sale.—Golden Rule. New embroidered flouncing in white and dainty colorings at the Beo Hive. Prints only 2J cents at our sale commencing Monday. —Golden Rule A pleasant place to visit, the millinery department of the New Fashion store. We will commence a slaughter sale on wide sheetings tomorrow at the Bee Hive. Monday we will show 150 carpet sweepers at (1.50 each, at the New Fashion store. Prices on everything in our entire stock are quoted unusually low.— Golden Rule. New shades In kid gloves; have them fitted to your hand at the New Fashion store. Twenty-five per cent, off on frames for all pictures .brought in on a rainy day.—C. M. Hanna. The Pan Handle call boys defeated the High school ball team yesterdsy by a score of 13 to 6. Willie Beatty .will lead the Junior Prayer Circle tomorrow at 2:80 at the Brondway Presbyterian ohurck. Don't miss number 9 World's Fair Portfolio, It ia devoted exclusively to photographs from the Midway. Our special sale In our wrap de. partment 1» proving a • grand success. Call and be convinced.—Trade Palace. The funeral of Mrs. Funk which was held yesterday at the Bethel church In Clay township was very largely attended. When yon get tired of having the flys scrambling over your head where their Is not much hair, go to Hanna for screens. For Rent—House and barn. 5 rooms in house, also 3 or 4 acres ground near weet side lime kilns.—J. H. Me- Mlllen, Gardner. Get your carpets, mattings and lino- leums at the Trade Palace, where you find the largest stock to aelaet from and lowest palces. We are not undersold nor can we be, and surely If I know it I would not ba, at least if I know myself to be.—C. M. Hanna. Prices tell and you tell the prices. Even parties from^Peru, Ind., came to Logan specially to buy real $6 shoes for $2,48.— Otto Kraus. Margaret Henry died at her home at 8006 Bates street last evening at 10 o'clock aged Cl years. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. I do not see how the most fastidious person could, not be suited out of the great assortment and fine patterns and colorings In the dress gingham department at the Trade Palact. There will be a praise and gospel service in the Sabbath school ••oom of the Baptist church this afternoon at 3:80 .conducted by Mrs. Ashton. Friends of the work are invited. The year old son of Robt. Hornbeck of the East End., who was very low with obstruction of the bowels is out of danger after a dangerous illness of three days. Dr. E. M. Eaton attended the case. One of the greatest bargains in trimmings at 25 cents a yard. All shades and blacks worth 75 cents per yard Will only last a few days at that price. See them; ask for them. —Trade Palace. Mrs. Buslc takes pleasure In announcing to her many puplle and all ladles wishing to learn all kinds of fancy needle work, that she will ba ut the New Fashion store this week. Hours 8 to 5 o'clock. I heartily recommend to all my pupils and to the public, the art silks and satin damasks sold at the New Fashion store as being the highest grade and very much cheaper than elsewhere in this State.—Mrs. Buelc at the New Fashion store. Hose, gloves and half hose, all at prices that will surprise the natives.No wonder the Trade Palace is crowded dally, such low prices. Bring along so-called price lists; we dlsoouit thetn 10 per cent, every time; quality considered. Come with the crowds. Tonight the second anniversary of the R. R.Y. M. C. A. will be observed. One meeting will be held ID the First Presbyterian church and Dr. C. H. Little of: Wabash will make the address. Another meeting at the same hour in the Market street Metfcodlst church.-Mr. T.. A. Hlldreth will make the address. Everybody invited. It is learned by the Lafayette papers thatthe trio of jail breakers who es. oaped from the jail here Thursday evening were, put off a Wabash freight train, which they boarded at the Clymers' nil), at Buck creek. It has been learned that Shanty Hamilton was seen here Friday night and it is believed that none of the crowd Is very far away. There is valuable information as well as attractive art in the "Marie Burroughs Art Portfolio o( Stage Celebrltea," which is procurable in Logan s port onlv by readers of the Journal. Besides elegantly executed photographs of the leading lights of tragedy, comody, grand and comic opera, melo drama, farce comedy, etc., there is a concise but carefully written and accurate sketch of tbo artistic career of each of those stars. No more beautiful collection of portraits has ever been offered, und thn photographs and sketches are of a character making the work worthy of admittance to the most refined and exoluslvo home. Ten cents is all it costs to Journal readers. Part 6 now ready. ___ Hepnbllc&nMtBie Candidate*. Secretary of State— W. D. Owen. Loganiport; Aaron Jonee, South Bend; J. E. Watson, Rushvllle; M. R. Sulzer, Madison; Jasper Packard, New Albany; Col. I. .N." Walker, Indianapolis. Auditor of State— Webster S. Rlohey, Muncle; John W. Coone, Indianapolis; A. C. Daily, Lebanon. W, W. Houok, Terre Haute; W. H. Llg- get, Columbia City; G W. Wllion, Fort Wayne. Treasurer of State— F. J. Scholz, Evansvllle; Leonard Wild, Nobles- vllle; Leopold Levy, Huntington. Attorney-general — Robert J. Loveland, Peru; John W. Lovett, Anderson; William L. Taylor, Indianapolis, Thomas Hanna, Indianapolis; John E. Moore, Kokomo; W. A. Ketcham, Indianapolis. Clerk of Supreme Court— George Harvey, Indianapolis; Robert A. Brown, Franklin; W. R. McClelland, Danville; 0. M. Ticbenor, Princeton; H. B. Tuthill, Michigan City; Oliver P. Ensley, Auburn; Capt. Alex. HeBB; Wabash; R. A. Black, Greenfield. Superintendent Public Instruct. ion— J. H. Honry, Warsaw; D, M. Geotlng, Madison; Dr. J. E. Gilbert, Indianapolis; J. N. Study, Richmond. State Geologist— M. N. Elrod, Blatchley, Torre Haute: A. H. Purdue, Yankeetown. Hartsville; C. S. Beachler, W. S. State Statistician— Capt. John Worroll, Clayton; J. W. Egnew, Lagro. Judge of Supreme Court— M. E. Forker, New Castle; L. J. Monks, Winchester; D. W, Comstook, Richmond; S. D. Cofley, Braiil; J. H. Jordan, Martlnsvllle. A Sebool Toucher'* »l»»pp»»raiie«. Frank Gray, son of Samuel Gray, of Jackson township and nephew of Jos. Gray, has been teaching school at Winamao during the past winter. A few days ago be come up strangely missing. Of his oaee the Winaraac Journal says: "Thursday morning it became generally known that Prof. Frank Gray, lately Installed as teacher in our public school, had skipped out on Pan Handle passenger No. 4 Wednesday evening without saying "good bye" to any one. He was seen waiting at the water tank an hour before that traln'i time, and. instead of getting on at the depot, he boarded the train after It had gottea under considerable headway, thereby jeopardizing the safety of life and limb. Mr. Gray was a stranger to our people, and oame here quite recently to take charge of Prof. Jackson's room. He left a note for Supt. Jones, In which he stated unexpected news had called him away, but.no particulars were given as to the motive that prompted his departure. So all is left to conjecture— no one knows the truth." _ A Voiintr 1, little* Olnb. There Is a new social club in town. It is made up of young ladles. The following ia the club membership: Mary B. Hndley. Lucy M. Spoon, Jennnle D. Putnam, Edna E. Putnam, Mabelle L. Pryor, Elflle I. Sterrett, Lottie M. Tyner, Bessie B. Horning, Bessie B. Hauk, Bessie B Martin, Bessie E, Taggsrt, Alice B. Finch. Daisy B. Gordon Mary J. Boyer, Dollie C. Moore. Mary J. Manly, Nellie E. Williamson and Laur* Howe. The club waa entertained very pleas antly by Ml« Alice Finch Friday evening. The organization is' known as the "Heartless; or the D*eks, Geeks of Essus. "' Soloraan Flalier'n FnnoruJ. The funeral of the late Soloman Fisher will be held fro D the family residence on Market street this attar- noor. at 2 o'clock, serv'ceg being conducted by the Rabbi Hli-shberger. of p. Wayns- Interment will be. made In the Hebrew cemetery under toe auspices of the Masonic Fraternity. This week will be one of the weeks you read about on dress goods", silks and laces just opened. —Trade Palace, New pattern bats received dally at our millinery jflepartment at the Naw Fashion store. CONDUCTOR TOLLY HURT. Last night Conductor Theo, Tolley, of first 77, met with a very painful accident on the Royal Center cut off between Crooked Creek and Trimmer. The pin between the enplne and first car broke, separating the train. The airbrake then suddenly set anii threw Mr. Tolley and his brakeman over a chair In the caboose, the brukeman alighted on top of the conductor. The i accident resulted io the fracture of the tenth and eleventh ribs and a eevtre bruising of his left side The company's surgeon attended to bis injuries and he was removed to his home. Fred Weible, switchman in the Pan Handle yards is sick: John Dodds. of Supt. Loree's office of the C. & P. Is here from Cleveland en account of the sickness .of his sister, Chas. M Snyder formerly nn engineer on the Pan Handle, left for Columbus, Ga,, last night, io accept a similar position on a southern railway. C. H. Weir an engineer of the Chicago & Alton is in the city visiting friends. Mr. Weir was formerly night foreman of the Eel River round house here. Frank Sargent, grand master of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, has consented to the use of his name before the Republican convention for the nomination for Congress from that district. Engines 343 and 356 have been transferred from the Richmond division to the east end of the Chicago division while engines 330 and 433 have been transferred from the Chicago to tho Richmond division. On the Terre Haute & Logansport division of the Vandalla the gross earnings were f 780,962,06, an increase of f45,383.53, Deducting operating expenses and rental produces a loss of $37,497.63. The Indiana & Lake Michigan railroad shows gross earnings 157,387.33, an increase of $1.2,008.83, and a loss after deducting operating expenses and taxes of $14,367.21 A sensational report to the effect that the Wabasb employes would probably strike about May 1st rather than accept the reduction in pay was wired from Peru to the metropolitan press. The rumor is without foundation and probably originated in the brain of the corespondent. The vote now taken among the employes is according to the established rules of the tarlous brotherhoods and is no indication ofa strike at all The way times are now a set of men will submit to more than a 10 per cent, reduction to avoid a strike. Letters of patent have been granted to Robert B. MuehlfeUh and Charles J. Ibel of Fort Wayne on an improvement in railroad tracks. The patent Is a new method for making the joint Of the rails by which bolts and plates are dispensed with and the space between the joints is filled and the tread way is perfectly smooth. The joint Is arranged by a sort of dovetail which, while it holds the rails firmly In place, admits of the usual contraction and expansion. The patentees are now engaged in corre- spondenoe with a view of manufacturing the new rails. As reported in a previous number of the Journal, agents from South American roads are in this vicinity drumming up recruits, especially engineers. The .matter has caused much discussion among local railroad men especially as the salary offered, $250 per month on a five years contract, is considered remarkable. The majority of tho man seem to think that there is & eorew loose somewhere us tho climate is considered io be so that an American can not live in that country. J__^ L&diea' spring suits ready made, at the New Fashion store. Oflselil Vail. The Republicans of Cats Indians* and all others who desire tf> oo.opernte with them are re<juo»te£l to meet ia their several towMhipa *B& wards at the time and place desigaat. ed fur the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State coDvan-- tioo to be held at Indianapolis *r.i April 25. 1894, and io tha lie publican Congressional convention to be held »U Hammond, lad., on May 24, ]894. The place and time lixed for swci meetings Is as follows: Adams towcnbip — Twelve April 21, at 1 p. m. Bethlehem township — Uete». 21, at 1. p. m. Boone township— Royal April 21 at 1 p m. Clay township — Shady Nook house, April 21 at 1 p. m. Clinton township— Corners April,. 20. at 7 p m. Dee^ Creek township— Center sdMs& hOUHO, April 21, I p. m. Harrison township — tiieerae, AprU'l 21. 1 p m. Jackson township— GalvestOB, AprEl 21, 2 p. m. JeflVrson townphip — C»Uow»j7 school house. April 21. 1pm Miami to»'nshtj>— New Wavtrty..-. April 21, J p. m. Noblt — Centre tobool house; ApriJ 21, 1 p. m. Tipton township— Onward, April. 21,-, 1 p. n». Washington township — Centres- school house, AprU 19. 1 f. **• First ward— Engine house, April 2I~ Second ward— Rlok April 2t, » p- m. Third ward — Council chamber:. April 21, 8 p. m. Fourth ward— Rink, April 21, 8 p.. Fifth ward— Eogloe house, Apii2 21. 8 p. m. The several townthlps and wards* will be entitled to reprosentatires M» follows and the meetings will select the number of delegates as follows: Adams towashlp . Bethlebem Boone Clay Clinton Heer Creek Harrison Jackson Jeflerson Miami Noble Tipton Oonvei tlon. ....i _ i .1 i i i .-,1 i i 2.....2 ....1 ....a COOYObtXH*, 1 2 1 I 1 V.' I £t i i i 3 •2 S &. First ward Second " Third " Fourth " Xirth " ......... . By order of Ihe Central Commzttsct. J. Z. P<ywmt, D. W. TOMLINSON, Chairman. Secretary. »ele*«tt«m-, The republicans of Pulaski county selected their State and coBgressic*s£ delegates yesterdsy. Two years ao- Judge Johnston received the soli* vote of this county but the yonaff i»e» asked recognition this time and tke^ republicans recognized that they wt>r«» entitled to consideration. A telegrwfc from Winamac last evening states* that three-fourths of the Pulftkhfc county delegation selected yesterdap favors Landis. rele- U» The KT*I»UOB Of medical agents is gradually gating the old-time herbs, draughts and vegetable extracts the rear and bringing into use the pleasant and effective Jaiatlve, Syrup of FJgs. To (ret the. true remedy see that Hit manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale Dy all leading drug- grists. _ A Carre tie*. The inspector of election fn the* first precinct of the First ward is* James Conn ay instead of Jam**? o'arney as published yesterday mor»- Ing in the list of inspectors selectftfi by the council the night before. TO HORSK OW7TBBS. For putting a horse in a fine heal thy condition try Dr. Cady's Condition, Powders. They tone up the system., »ld digestion, cure lose of appetite- relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worm*, giving new life to an old overworked horse, 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keesling, drupelet. NOW THIS IS A FACT CARL W. KELLER the Merchant Tailor, leads them all in the Spring Trade. LOOK AT HIS PATTERNS. A sk any man in the city the way his clothes are made to fit ana then know the truth. CARL W. KELLER. 311 Market St.

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