Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 1, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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CHANGED TO On account ol having the Foslor Lacing Hooks, many inferior Gloves aro being sold as the "Foster" to parties who beliova them to bo tho Genuine Foster quality, which is a superior French Real Kid Glove, mad* with special caro in our own manufactory at Grenoblo, Franco. To'enable purchasers to distinguish the difference, wo have changed our trade mirk, and shall heroaltor stamp all of our btit quality Fridaf, April 21, We will 1 offer all the desirable colors. Foster Kid G'oves at 89 cents, To vote tho straight republican ticket stamp in the above square,. YOUH NAM£ IN PRINT. The Hatter. MANUFACTURERS. F O 11 S .A. L K 13 Y OME AND SEE US NOW. You must have a Spring Su it. Come to us; we make them from $2O to $60. Ilemi of a Fcnoiial Character Concerning Loicmmporlera and Tlielr FrloiidH Ed Dolan Is on tho sick list. Mr, J. D. Johnston is OD the eick list. Mr. John MacJohneton is at Chicago. Frod Todd of Lafayette spent Sunday at his former home hero. Mre. Chaa. Forher ia entertaining Miss Amelia Miller of Ft. Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Messinger, of Delphi, spent Sunday at their former home here. Fred Rothermel now with the "Three I" road Is visiting his old home here. Tucker & Young, THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. PEOPLE'S PAKTY CITY TICKET. Mayor, M. M. GORDON, Treasurer, I'EORGE P. SCHARVF, Clerk, CHAKLES BD11RME3TER, Water Works Trnstee, ED. CLARY. Councllmen, 1st Wiud-MILO GIBSON M Ward— C. L. DILLEY, M Wnrd-JOHN A, MURPHY, 4tb. Ward-CHARLES T. BELL, 5th Ward-C. 3. GBESN. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 1. DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER-STATE NATIONAL BANK. After fourteen years of sclentlllc stndy of Nose, Long, Liver, and all Diseases of n Chronic N.itnre I adopted my present form of treatment, and URTO co nducted H successful practice In th« above clMS of cn8«s. I contliillj Invite you or jou friends. If nllllcte<l with tiny Chronic Disease, to consult me nnd my method of treatment and Its results, Ofllce hours: 10 to 12 n. tn.: 2 to 4. 7 to S p.m. Residence atofllce. All culls promptly tit tended CLIMAX BAKING POWDER IS ON TOP BECAUSE |No oth«r la so Cheap CoitaleM than Half land Bl«asM muoh batter I than tha ovar-prlead and 1 evar-"andorMd" kind*. Jvdgt) for yourMlf. I la Cans. AtyourOraoar'a To Election ClcrkM. Clerks are jequosted to bring or telephone procinol result to the Journal office as promptly as possible tonight. ADDITIONAL LOCALM. Vote today. Silver fillings 50 cents, at Clark's, tho Dentist. Forty-seven teachers underwent tho ordeal of examination Saturday. Beady made wrappers and ehlit waists In all styles and qualities, Our prices always the lowest at the Trade Palace. If you are one of those knowing persons who can tell a bargain away oft, be suro and come to the Bee Hive's small ware sale, 409 and 411 Broadway. For rent, good front room, down stairs, suitable for two, in good location on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office. Four democratic candidates had quite a jubilee on Hamilton Heights Saturday night, Boor Mowed freely but the people up there do not eel their votes for two or three glasses o; beer. The laying of the corner-stone of tho new High Sohool building will be made tho occasion of appropriate and extensive Masonic and civic ceremonies. The event will occur during the latter part of the month. John F. Dodds, aLogansportboy.has jeen promoted to the chief clerkship under Superintendent L. F. Loree, of the Cleveland and Plttsburg Division of the Fan Handle. The many friends of Mr. DoddB In this city will be >loaaed to bear of his promotion. A school boy row yesterday morn. Ing resulted In a very painful Injury to Benj. Barnes, the 16 year old eon of Mr, John E. Barnes. On the way Mrs. Rev. Tormeinsteln is quite 111 at the parsonage of tho German Lutheran church, Mrs. Carl Roose la convalescing from her long Illness and was out riding yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Manders spent Sunday In Richmond visiting Tim Coughlln and wifo. Mr. Wilbur Carney and Miss May Carney, of Chicago, are visiting friends In the city. Mrs. C. S. Jones of the West Side, it at Sidney. 111., called there by the death of her sister, Hon. W. D. Owen went to Indianapolis yesterday. He spoke at West Ind ianapolis last night. C. W. Kaome, the tailor, will depart today for t California. He will work at his trade on the coast. Will Bencefield has resigned his position at the Goldon Rule and will take a position at Monticollo. Mrs. T. S, Kerns and little daughter and Mrs. Guy Hensley and children will depart today for St. Louis to visit friends. Dr. Asa Col em in will depart In a few days for San Francisco to attend the convention of tho American MedL Cal Association. Mr. and Mrs. Bort Adams, ol Isdi- anapolis, are visiting In the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emll F. Keller at the Murdock hotel. W. C. Munson, a half brorhor of George Long, and Edward Fulwller of Columbus, 0., ware in the city Sunday the guests of Mr. Long. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wilson enter, tainod a small party of friends last evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bert Adams and Mr. 3al Adams of Indianapolis. Hal Adams, of Indianapolis, Is in the city calling on friends and promoting the Interests of a projected summer school at Culver Park, Lak Maxinkuckee this summer. Mr. J. E, Redmond is at Blooming ton to bo present at the opening of the bids for the construction of a new college building In connection with the State University at that place. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Boll will de part today upon their western trip. They will visit the Midwinter fair and after the session of tho convention of the American Medical Association ol which the doctor Is a delegate, they will make a comprehensive tour of tho coast and of the great northwest. On account of consolidation of Shoes and Clothing again under one roof, 317 and 319 Fourth Street, thereby effectisg a saving of $1,200 per annum and en- abling us to ; ell you shoes cheaper than ever. We are shelving the south side of the store TO THE CEILING with sliding ladder attachments, city style, economizing space and saving above large amount in expenses. Will move next Saturday evening after 8 o'clock. Extra Bargains previous to removal. OTTOKRAUS. "OF COURSE." ANOTHER HOLD UP. Weddlnif. Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at tho residence of tho bride's mother, No. 817 Spear street, Rev. Douglass I. Hobbs, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, officiating, Miss Mollie Long was united in marriage to Mr. Samuel Davidson, formerly of Chicago, now of Seattle, Wash. At which place he Is a prominent merchant. At 1:30 Mr. Davldacn and hie bride departed for Chicago where they will visit a few days before departing to their far western home. The bride la a printer, for some time connected with tho Reporter force, and the best wishes of the craft and of all her other friends attend her to her new home In the west. .loliu Hay, the Went side Snlooi Keeper Hold Up and Touched for ?15O Lagt XInlii. About 11 o'clock last night John Ray, the proprietor ot the ealoon near the Vandalla station on Sycamore street, telephoned to the Journal that he had just been made tho victim of a trio of bold, bad highwaymen. John was returning from the city to his West Sldo saloon when at tho corner of Sycamore and Miami street three masked men sprang from an obscure spot and each pointing a big revolver in his face commanded him in no un certain accents to give up and took pleasant. Under the circumstances ho feljt constrained to give up, but probably did not look so pleasant. The modern Duvals went through his clothes and extracted a fat wallet con- talnlng §1.50. They alao took his watch, but as It had his name and the emblem of tho Odd Fellows engraved upon it they probably thought that it could not bo disposed of readily and very considerately returned the ticket to him. Thoy also returned his pocket book, with equal cocsidoration, after extracting its contents, ' Mr. Ray describes hie assailants closely as tc their apparel, but says that they were all masked and that he had no chance te see their features. Ho says that one wasdrossod in a dark coat and light trousers and wore a soft hat; another wore a stiff hat. a brown coat, black vest and dark trousers; Qtho other had on black clothes and wore a Stiff hat. There Is no light at that corner and his view was necessarily limited. Tho work was done quickly and the gang then ran down Miami street and dieap peared. Celobrltlen. Those who have followed the series of Marie Burroughs' art portfolio of stage celebrities know with what cars and how thorough and comprehensive has ben the work of selection of these portraits of famous people of the stage, while, as to execution, the portraits presented in the eerios are of the best style of art and speak for themselves. This art portfolio of stage celebrities has obtained a popularity never excelled—If equaled— by any collection of portraits. It has mot with the widest public approval and in Logansport Is constantly adding admirers who are grasping this opportunity to obtain at a trifiing cost an actual and artistic dictionary of the stage. It does indeed consti* tuto practically a biographical pictorial dictionary of stage celebrities. It tolls you just what you want to know about the great actors, actresses and singers. It would be impossible to obtain many of these portraits elsewhere at any price. The collection Is an acquisition to any person who takes an interest In tho stage and ts stars, not only for personal pleas, ure and edification, but also to furnish )leasure to family and friends. To those who have not been taking advantage of the opportunity offered by tho Journal for Its readers to secure E>onora Dnse K. M. Holland Lizzie Hudsoa Coillet Kstlier P.-illisor Hanfc Daniels iwtbuiie Urqubart Edward Hurrlgan the tfarea ARnes Bnntli Mrs. E. W. Phillips Jobnstone Bemiou Slit. PeniKlnl William Warren 1>Kltt Jlorton Annie Myers To lovers of grand opera closing numbers of Jtbie series will prove a rare treat as they will com— prise tho peerless, pyramidal names and faces, the chief stars In the galax-y—the brightest names In grand opera. Part twelve, which will bo ready the latter part of the week will contain the portraits and biographies of 1'iHT XII. Nellie Melba .T«m de ReszKe Kmma Eame.s Edonar.) dc Keszke- Lllll Lehmann Mario Ancona Franco Novam Kmma Thursby Edward Llo>d William Candidas Dunv.-ird Lely Kate Holla Do not fail to eecure these closlngr numbers. Do not fall to secure the entire set. Save your coupons. John Hager, a teamster in the en> ploy of Parker & Johnston, died at his homo, corner of Eighth and Spear streets, yesterday morning at eight o'clock of brain fever, aged 30 years. Ho leaves a wife to mourn his departure. The funeral will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning from St. Joseph's Catholic church, Rev. Father Christine Nllsson Clara Lonlse Kollogg Matilda Baupr.ifipl.sier Mmo. TrebHll Gullla Havoftll Emma Nevada MlnnlP H;luk Ollmpia (inercla Koebne officiating. this peerless collection of portraits It made in Mt. St. to school the lad and Arllo Swallow, a schoolmate, became Involved in a scrimmage, and the latter hit his companion on the head with a etone. Young Barnes was rendered uncon. solouB by the blow and concussion of the brain was feared. Ho was taken home and he presently regained con- loiouinetB and will probably suffer BO terlout result from (he blow. Young Swallow wat impended from ichool. A slander Caie Venued, The suit for slander recently filed by Wm. Stanley of Clinton township against George Appleton, a Carroll county neighbor, In the Carroll circuit court, and which was afterward venuod to White county has now been brought to the Cues circuit court on a change of venue and will be tried here. It will be remembered that the plaintiff accuses the defendant of falsely stating that the plaintiff had stolon a calf. The eult la for $5,000 damage*. _ Good Brussel carpet for 38 cents, at tha New Faihlon itore. A JBarii llurnod. The glare In tho hoavons ^southwest of town during the progress of the thunder storm Saturday night and which causad the No. 4 Ore department to make a run to the West Side, )roved to- be tho reflection in the leavens of the flames which devoured he barn of Washington Nefl in Clln- on township. The barn was struck >y lightning, Tha horses were got. en out but all other contents and the mllding proved a loss. Tho prop- rty was Insured for $300. A Paternity Salt. Yesterday In Justice Walter's court a complaint was brought against William Helvie, tho 19 year old son of George Helvie of Tlpton township. The complaint chafes William with the paternity of the Infant of Gertrude Tucker, the 1(5 year old daughter of Albert Tucker pf the same township The case was set far a hearing in Justice Walter's court at 10 o'clock Saturday morning 1 . The Evolution Of medical agents is gradually role- gating tho old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the 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 by all leading drug, ffrleu. __^__ Blrthi—To Wm. Doran and wife—a ion.' To E; W. Raber and wife—a ion. i may bo said that the publication presents, in one artistic and comprehensive collection, the portraits of the most noted artists who have, during recent years found favor with the American public, In drama and opera. With each pot trait IB given a concise sketch of the artist's professional career carefully compiled from the most reliable data procurable, making the work valuable for the Information It convoys, in addition to its great interest from an artistic standpoint. The careful selection of photographs—many of them the result of special sittings for this work—makes this collection chaste in detail, refined in quality and worthy of admission as an artistic acquisition to the most exclusive and cultured homes. For those who have not been taking the sot, from weok to week, back numbers are kept on hands and may be secured at this office at a trifling cost. Part eleven, now ready, contains the following notable faces: Mnrlo Burroughs E. II, Sothern J. K. Emmett Interment will bo Vincent cemetery Mllo. Rti«a June Hading Ll/zle Evans under tho direction of the St. Joseph Society. A 'HOT Hart. Yesterday morning the eight-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fries, while- attempting to jump on a moving- wagon, had his leg caught in the, F pokes of a wheel and was badly injured. The surgeon In attendance says that the bone is not broken but cracked. The boys parents reside ocs Hamilton Heights. Nollce-$t. Jpicpb Moclctr. There will be a meeting at 7:3O this (Tuesday) evening at St. Joseph's Hall to make arrangements for- tho funeral of John Mayer. By order of PAUL KISEKLO, Pres. Brnuker'n ;arminativo Balsam, the great stomach and bowel remedy, is still working wonders. For gale by all druggists- Teeth without plates, at Clark's, the Dentist. Vote today. fFor Fine Spring Suits in endless Variety, which for Sit, Durability, Style, Workmanship and Trimmings are positively unexcelled, call on CARL W. KELLER. 311 Market Street.

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