Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 28, 1894
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CHANCED TO On account of having the Foster Lacing Hooks, many inferior Gloves aro being sold as the "Foster "to parties who belioMO th«m to be the Genuine Foster quality, which is a superior French Real Kid Glove, made with special care in our own manufactory at Grenoble, France. To i enable purchasers to distinguish tho difference, we have changed our trade mark, and shall hereafter stamp all of our bist quality TIITJM: Friday, April We will offer all the desirable colors. Foster Kid G ! oves at 89 cents. The Hatter. MANUFACTURERS. 1C OK a-A-Lll BY OME AND SEE US NOW. You must have a Spring Suit. Come to us; we make them from $20 to $60. Tucker & Young, THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. PEOPLE'S PARTY CITY TICKET. Mayor, M. M. GORDON. Treasurer, OEOR6E P. SCHABFF. Ctork. CHARLES BUHBMESTER, Waterworks Trustee, ED. CLAKY. Councllinen, 1st Ward-MILO GIBSON •U WitfU-C. L. DILLEY, SdWanl-JOHN 1, MURPHY, 4t» Ward-CHARLES T. BELL, 5tn Ward-C. S. GREKN. DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK. Alter lourteen rears of scientific stndy of Nose, tnng, Uver, and all Dlseiises of a Chronic Natnre I adopted mj present form of treatment, and n»re co nductid a snccessfnl practice In the above cUw ot casra. I cordlnlljr invlt* jou or jour MentU, IT ufllicteil wllb any Chronic Disease, to consult me and mr method of Ucntmenc and Its twultft. Ofllcebonrs:10tol2». m.:2to 4. 7 to 8 p m. Befidenceatonlce. All culls promptlr at- I tended PUREST AND BEST LESS TH AM HALF THE- PRICE- OP OTHtR BRANDS ; , HALVfcS,IO* QUARTERS^* SOLD IN CANS ONLY DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APIUL^S. . . Kennedy. EDITOK JOURNAL: John W, Kennedy, the democratic candidate for councilman in the Second ward denies the charpe that he IB not a voter. He claims that he took up hlb residence in the Second ward March 31st and that he| had lived in the ward 30 days. George Halgh, his opponent, has lived In the ward about 80 years »nd he lives on tho North Side. The North Side ie entitled to representation and will vote solidly for Mr. Haigh. Mr, Kennedy ia a real estate dealer. Ho owns the west end addition, which is not in the city, and ho has a petition in the council for a street to his addition, on which he pays no city taxes. Mr. Halgh pays taxes on city property and IB the man the taxpayers want In the council. Noirrn SIDE. On Trial for l>«rce>iF. The trial of Ida Mohler, who with her brother Sherman Mobler, is charged with having taken $95 from her uncle Wm. Welch of Anoka, while tho latter was drunk nt the home of the defendant on Wabaah Avenue, some weeks ago, was called in the circuit court yesterday and occupied the attention of tho court and jury until 10 o'clock last night at which time the jury retired to deliberate on the law and tho evidence in the case. The woman was tried separately and upon her fate will probably hang that of her brother who will have a eeparate trial. The defense was conducted by Fansler & Mahoney and Prosecutor Klstler was assisted by Deputy Geo, S. Klstler. The arguments were made at the night session. The jury concluded its deliberations at 1:30 this morning and a sealed verdict will bo returned this morning. A Shultztown lad, the nine-year .old son of Jacob Morter. is laid up from the effects of a very painful accident which befell the boy Thursday after, •noon. While riding on a load of wood the lad fell off and his leg was caught between the wheel and the standard in such a manner us to lacerate it cruelly. The boy will not be permanently crippled as no bones were broken. The Populists were addreised lail night at Trades Assembly hall by David Heifly of Amboy.who was heard with many manifestations of cnthusl- aim. YOUR SAME IS PRINT. of a Penonai Character Con- •eriiliiff LoKaunportera and Tlielr Friend « Miss Tina Market ia visiting frlands at Rochester. Mrs. Nellie Hartman is visiting at Greenville, O. Mr. J. A. MeCoIlough will pro to Indianapolis today. Kev. Geo. Knox, of Monticsllo, was ID the city yesterday. Messrs. Henry and Fred Seybold departed last night for Dayton, O. Mr. and Mrs. Keen, of 1724 Market street, are visiting at Buffalo, N. Y, Mrs. D. P. Putnam has returned from a few days visit at Indianapolis. Mrs. S. F. Kodor and children left yesterday on a visit to f riot da at Goodland. Mrs. Wm. Holtsemer left for Anderson yesterday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Collo formerly of this city. Mrs. G. A. Van Noes and daughter Flora of Toledo. Ohio, are visiting for a few days with the family of Mrs. Wm, Sender, Felix Morgan will depart next week for California to visit the midwinter fair. He will remain on the coast some months. Rev. T. S. Freeman will exchange pulpits next Sunday with Rev. C. M. Fillmore paetor of the Christian church ai Peru. Mrs. Ada Houser of this city was married on Tuesday last at Kacloe, Wis,, to Mr. R. E. Stanton a wealthy retired stock farmer of that city. Mrs. H. C. McMakln, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Laura McMakln, for some time has returned to her home at Nowcomerstown, O. Mrs. Maurice Winfiold returned yesterday from Princeton, IS. J. where she had been visiting her son, Maurice, jr., who ia attending Princeton college. Dr. J. Z. Powell will attend the convention of the American Medical Society at San Franclaco. He will go R8 a delegate from the Case county medical society acd will depart in a couple of weeks. Rev. Dr. D. P. Putnam departed yesterday for Crown Point to attend and participate in the services attending the installation of Rev. John A. Cole in the Presbyterian church at that place. Mrs. Edward Wiler and /our children ai rived yesterday Irom Dierk- noim, Bavaria. Mrs. Wilor Js the widow of a brother of Jos. and Henry Wiler and after a visit with her rela. lives in Loeansport will go to Chicago to reside- Kirk W. Pierce has taken a position with the packing firm of Nolaon. Morris & Co,, Chicago, and will be in charge of a car supplying the retail dealers In meat on the line between Rockford, 111. and Madison, WIs, He will move his family to Rockford. It is announced that Mr. Charles Pratt Huntlngton, of Washington, grandson of the late Senator D. D. Pratt will be Harried on May 5 to Mies Maud Bailey a British belle. Mr. Huntington and his fiancee are now at Florence, Italy. They will reside at Boston. A Mall Bag'* Travel*. Among tho many bite oJ bad management and poor service under the reorganization of the Logansport post office there IB one piece of work which is so rotten that the odor thereof ascends in great waves. On Tuesday of last week there was consigned to the driver of the Fulton back, who ia also mail carrier on the northern star route, among other sacks destined for the uffioee on his route, a sack of Chicago letter mail. This bag containing probably much important business correspondence was delivered at Pine, P. O. where it laid two or throo days and was then carried over to Metea where it found a resting place for some days. In the meantime the bag was reported lost and there was a good sized com. motion raging in the office down on Market street. Postmaster Han- await got a hustle on himself and finally succeeded in locating the missing and very important bag of mall at Metea and on last Sunday a special trip was made to that postoffico to reclaim the bag that it might be started to ita destination by a more direct route than that via Pine .and Metea. Tbe on yield. The drilling on the well located on the King farm has been commenced this week, eaya ttie Royal Coaler Record, and at thia writing, Friday, evening, they have sunk the well to a depth of 115 feet and no lime stone yet, buti.haylng broke some of the machinery had to abut down and will be ready to commence Saturday morning. ' Uncomfortable man, be made comfortable by wearing Pattenon'i> shlrti and ball. On account of consolidation of Shoes and Clothing again under OQG roof, 317 and 319 Fourth Street, thereby effecting a saving of $1,200 per annum and en- abling U9 to i ell you shoes cheaper than ever. We are shelving the south side of the store TO THE CEILING with sliding ladder at achments, city style, economizing space and saving above large amount ia expenses. Will move next Saturlay evening after 8 o'clock. Extra Bargains previous to removal. OTTO KRAUS. "OF COURSE." STILL AFTER HIM. The 1'eople of Hnrlluartoii are Hard bat Unfair FJ£hli.>r»—They AKnln Destroy (lie Burlluuton Saloon. The opposition that baa long been maintained at Burlington to the existence of a saloon in that village, and the destruction by dynamite, fire and battering rams, on different occasions, o£ the village saloon, has made tho people of that town notorious over the State ag hard but unfair fighters. Upon the recent application of Bert Wills, tho village saloonist, for license to aell liquor, tho commissioners of Carroll county were confronted by a remonstrance which was signed by nearly every man, woman and child in the village and adjacent region. Act. ing on this remonstrance the cotnoaia- sionors re/used to grant license. Wills appealed to the circuit court and no legal reasons being found why he should not be granted a license the court overruled the action of the com. mlssioners and ordered the board to erant the desired license. This further aroused the villagers and it is understood that threats were openly made that Wills 1 aaloon should meet the same fato that bad befallen other saloons in Burlington. Those throats were put into execution Thursday night, when a mob of lifty or more men recruited from the town and surrounding country raided tbe saloon, demolished the building and carried tbe content! into the street making a bonfire of them. When morning dawned there was no saloon in Burlington. The villagers had had their way about it. It is said that the Curtail county authorities will investigate the matter and attempt to quell tho mob spirit in that quarter of the county. Tbe Medical SoclelT At the last meeting of the Case County Medical Society there was a good attendance. The principal paper was that of Dr. Powell's who presented the subject of "Tubercular Consumption." He said it is now conceded that consumption Is caused by a baoclllus or microscopic organ, ism, that this baccillus may be communicated from a consumptive patient by the medium of the air we breathe or by the foods and drinks wo Imbibe. Hence the sputa and all dis- chargee from consumptives should be promptly removed and disinfected, and not allowed to remain to dry and be carried as dust in the air which we breathe. A lengthy and interesting discussion followed in which all the members participated, Dr«: Bell, Buejahn and Cady, were selected to read papers at the next meeting. Death ot L»r*y«tte Trier, Lafayette Tyler died at bis home in Washington township yesterday after- on aged 61 years. The deceased was a member of Co. A. 130 Ind. Infantry. THe funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock at the Seven Mile U. B. church, the cortage leaving the house at 2 o'clock. Get your glovei and hosiery at the Trade Palace. See our silk mitts. SilXer'Ailing* 60 otau, at Clark'i, the Dentist. The Team of & Strong Man- Not often, but now and then, in a crisis of their emotional natures, men cry. And their tears mean so much more than the facile e.ycbaths of femininity that » man's sobs are properly taken as indications of most powerful feeling-. When Commander lleycrman broke down at the naval inquiry recently in telling the story of the wreck of the Kearsnrge on Roncador reef, and sobbed bitterly, he did no unmanly act, but showed only the strong- sentiments which both officers and men hold regarding the accident. Every commander loves his ship, and the crew of the Kearsarge had, besides the natural feeling- lor the vessel they sailed. its splendid traditions and history to inspire them with affection. I have known strong-hearted and strong- minded men to shed tears of anger as well as of sorrow, and the anger was fiercer with them and the sorrow more lasting than in men whose 03-08 have never moistened. One of the bravest men that ever lived, Gen. Phil Sheridan, was easily moved to tears by emotion of the heart.—N. Y. Press. Wutlilne tu« llanilt. According to a German physician, the art of washing- the hands is not an easy one. To iusure absolute cleanliness the hands must be first carefully washed with potash, soap and vcatcr, and tlien with <i 5-per-ccnt, solution of carbolic acid, or one per 1,000 solution of corrosive sublimate or chlorine water. When the fing«r nails are dry and break easily, vaseline rubbed on after washing- the hands will do a world of good. Manicures first bathe tho hand a long- time in hot water, then with scissors and knives clean and cut the nails, remove the superfluous skin, about the onyx, then polish the naila with buckskin and fine powder, washing the hand again in hot water with soap. Aftsr drying, the nails are polished with a fine brush and are finally rubbed with a rosy ung-uent to give H.nm a shell pink. Tim* to Marry. Jimson—I am the happiest man alive. Your sister has at last set the day, and it is not far off. Little .Tohnny—Yos, the doctor told her sbe'd got to stop eating- so much candv. —Good News. The Evolution Of medical agents ia gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to tho rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get, the true remedy see that it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale Oy all leading drug- grists. Teeth without plates, at Clark's, tbe Dentist. A CASE OF DESPERATION. LaRobrloun Talc "f Some Grand Opera Ticket* Tliat Ntrvcr Wore Houcht. He looked rather lugubrious and his chum hailed him to know what it was about"Well, ah, that is, it's about Mis» Alice." "Turned you down, has she? Well, I know an "awfully nice girl that I'll introduce yon to. 1 call on her sister rather often and you could keep her in the back parlor, while " "Thanks, awfully: but you're wrong as usual. You see, it's this way: Mis* Alice is devoted to the opera, and fo* weeks she's been talking »bout it, I knew, of course, what she meant, but 1 was dead broke, and meant to keep out of her way until she'd made her father take a box." "Go it, my boy; I'll always think you've something in your head after this." "But I happened to meet her on tho street the other day as I was on my •way to strike you for a loan. I waa going to slip past, but she caught ine; said she was just ou her way to get tickets to the opera, and wouldn't I go with her to select the seats, she had so much faith in my judgment." "After that, if I know you, you went." •'I did. When our turn came I selected the seats, then I went through, the motion of putting my hand in my pocket for the money, though I know- there was none there. She never snid n word, the ticket seller grinned, and tbe man back ot me prowled. A cold perspiration broke out all over me and I stammered: " 'Really, Miss Alice, I'm awfully sorry, but 1 must liaye left my note book at the offic*, and I haven't a cent with me.' You ought to have se«n tho look she gave me." "Well, it was tough, but she understood," "So »he did, but it was a great do»l worse than you think, for she was tay- iag to bluff me too—she hadn't a e»at either. Oh! she'll never forgive me urn long as she lives." And in the presence of grief like tola consolation seemed iudeed a hollow mockery.—Chicago Tribuue. Her Proprlrtlo. It was the court of oycrand terminer. A woman had been called into the witness box and started at once to address the judpe. "Here, madam," said the clerk; "yon aro to kiss this book." "As I was saying," she remarked, "I wanted to tell you, Judy*, that •" "Stop,"' »aid the clerk; "khwthis——" "1 started to say," said the womau apain to the judge. "But, madam,"beganthe ole.rk, "yoa must kiss the book.'' "Sir," returned the woman, now -v»ry nettled, "I am not speaking 1 to yon. I'm talking- to that fat man up ther*" —Judg-e. For Fine Spring Suits in endless Variety, which for Fit, Durability, Style, Workmanship and Trimmings are positively unexcelled, call on CARL W. KELLER. 311 Market Street.

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