Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 2, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 2, 1894
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On account ol having tho Foster Lacing Hooks, many inferior Glovos aro being sold as the "Foster" to parties who believe them to bo tho Genuine Foster quality, which is a superior French Real Kid Glovo, made with special care in our own manufactory at Grenoble. France. To'cnablo purchasers to distinguish tho difference, wo have changed our trado mark, and shall hereafter stamp all ol our best quality Friday, April ffth, We will offer all the desirable colors. Foster Kid Goves at 89 cents, c;o. The Hatter. MANUFACTURERS. I.' O li. S *V L 1* 33 COMB AND SEE US NOW. You must have a Spring S Come to us; we make them from $20 to $60. Tucker & Young, THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. [T 13 THE PEOPLE- AND NOT THE TESTIMONIALS OF PURCHASABLE CHEMIST*. DAILY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2. Silk capes only $4.08, worth $12, a, special cape sale.—Golden Rule. Handsome line of goods to make ladles shirt waists, at Patterson's. Fifty capos for today at 75 cents, worth three times that amount.— Golden Rule. Grand bargains la summer dress goods and lace trimmings this week at tho Trade Palace. Dr. A. G. Miller, Thursday and Friday at his new office, 314 North street, opposite Court House Park. For Sale—15,000 accident tickets for twelve months for $10, Houses to rent, No. 319 Pearl street. —S. M. Clos. son. We must have more room for millinery, so out goes our large stock of carpets regardless of cost, at the New Fashion store. Tho drum corps will meet tonight at Court Park. Tho republican candidates and citizens generally aro invited to moot with thorn. Miss Lilly Stetson, daughter of Rev, H, L. Stetson, formerly pastor of the Baptist chmch In this city, was awarded a handeomo chased gold medal in a piano solo contest at the DeiMoines college conservatory of ) recently. Mlu Lilly'* friends I will congratulate her. YODR NAME 1JJ PRDfT. Item* of» Perion*! Character Concerning tiofnofvonen and Tnelr Friend*' J. A. Brooks la at Cincinnati. Huston Sweetaor is home from Wabash College. John Goring of Hnntlngton was In the city yesterday. Judge D. H. Chase is at Lincoln, Neb., on legal business. Mrs. Rosalind Keller is visiting her sigter, Mrs. J, Q,. Sweetser. Judge Mitchell of Peru was among the visitors in the city yesterday- Mrs. S. B. Patterson will entertain a company of ladies this afternoon. Jos. Cullon deputy recorder of White county, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. Q. Sweetser and daughter returned yesterday from a winter sojourn in Florida. Eev. Tlrmolnstein, pastor of the German Lutheran church, was at Royal Center yesterday. Mrs. Bon Martin and children departed yesterday for Clinton, 111., on a visit to Mrs. Martin's parents. Mr. A. S. Thornton went to Chicago yesterday to accompany hia son Bert homo. Bert's health is not improving, Mr. J. T. Elliott went to Chicago yesterday upon receipt of tho intolli- gonco of the illness of his sister. Mrs, Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Storer, of Chi. cago. who were visiting in tho city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Button, departed for their homo yesterday. Mrs. Leo Nusabaum entertained a party of friends at tho homo of her parents on West Market street Monday evening. Tho affair was in the form of an informal musicale and was greatly enjoyed. llev. George Knox who for some years past has been the pastor of the Presbyterian church at Montlcollo, and Is well kcown In this city, has been called to the pulpit of tho Seventh Presbyterian church at Indlanap. oils. He will begin his cow pastoral labors about May 20. Miss Anna Miller, of Chicago, arrived in tho city yesterday and will make a brief visit hero with her mother and brothers. The talented violinist is en route to Peru to partic ipato in a notable concert at that place Thursday evening. She will be accompanied by Miss Nellie .Stevens who will accompany her on the piano, NOT A GREASE SPOT LEFT- All (lie Hep"')'"'"' 1 Cnmli<l!itcs E by Lursc Majorities— TIic Council Sine Jip|)iilil!wii].s inn! a Mn.vor to Owe IJciiiarrat— Jliiic Wade LM'l to Fight It Out Alone— The Democrats of the City Indorse the Republican Ticket Larsfoly ami to 'Jliom Credit is Due. :l " >o THE MAJO«ITII-:s, IWnj-or McKee Treasurer Uaruttt Clerk Winter* Water Work* Trumei^: Aimllu 1H3! Llnton lr(i ' J Couiicllinan lUnelcbcn Councilman Hutch Coiiuclliiiau Kelser Cunucllniun Ilndlcj- Councilman Kcnnuy Wo got there. Wo got there with all our feet. Democrats openly voted the straigh Republican ticket and were proud to toll it. They wanted good government as much as republicans did and voted for It. They wanted to condemn the national policy of their party also, and they said so. They deserve credit for their independenc and bold stand for good government. Tho entire republican ticket was elected yesterday. There was a larg vote oast, the total beingf very little less than at the presidential election in 1892, The election was a qule one, the republicans showing grea interest and the democrats apparently being despondent. The result was as above given. The council now stands alne republicans and the Mayor and one democrat, Wade. It was impossible to compile the Peoples and Prohibition vote and the figures aro given only on the two leading candidates. FIRST WARD. MoKee, 414; Fender, 864; Barnotl, 396; Hoffman, 335; Winters, 885 Donovan, 345; Rlngleben, 433; Kearney, 312. SECOND WARD. MoKee, 256; Fender, 254; Barnett, 281; Hoffman, 216; Winters, 275; Donovan, 222; Haigb, 293; Kennedy, 203. THIUD WA.KD. McKee, 169: Fender, 221; Barnett, .175; Hoffman, 192; Winters, 176; Donovan, 192; Keisor, 188; Boed, 185. FOURTH WARD, McKee, 359; Fondor, 168,; Barnett, 3C5; Hoffman, 154; Winters, 370; Donovan, 155; Hadley, 351; Torr, 161. FIFTH WAKD. MoKee. 587; Fendor, <128; Barnett, 5G9; Hoffman, 443; Winters, 592; Donovan, 385; Kenney, 604; Gilmore, 378, Tho complete returns by precincts will be given in tabulated form later. The majorities for Water Wories trustees cannot be stated as the notice of election did not designate who was opposed. It was generally understood that Austin was running against Aughe and on this basis Austin had 575 majority and Llnton 456. Ringlebeo overcame 199 majority and was elected by 120; Halgh over came 57 and was elected by 90; Keiaer overcame ISO and was elected by 3; Hadley gained 100 and Kenney over. :ame a majority of 53 in 1892, and was elected by 226. For rent, good front room, down atairs, suitable for two, in good location on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office.'I • . 1 BENEFIT OF LOSERS 10DA Coniimution of Otto Kraus' Hat Sale: $1 98 for §3.50 H-ite; fll 00 for $2 00 : J YOU Latest styles fl 98 for #3 50 Hat. Latest styles $100 for -§200 Hat. t you have lost a #3.j?0 Hat bet, y, u can pay it at .Otto Ivraus' for >il 1)3. , =' have lost 'a $2 00 hat bet, you can pay it at Otto Kraus' far |1 00. Pearl Hats, Mocho Hats Mode Hats, Black Hats Straw Hats, Manilla Hats, Harvest Hats, Boy's Hats. OTTO KRAUS. WAIT FOR OUR SHOE OPENING. THE GREATEST SHOW OS EARTH. SoJlM ttroM.' Enormous Show*—Many Klndfl of lUaienlllcout. Novel and Varied Entertainment. The death of Adam Fore, paugh and P. T. Barnum places Sells Brothers In first magnij t u d e. Soils Brothers is now the oldest and ^__ __ largest in every respect as regards genuine merit and enterprise; they are to be assigned first place, while in features of originality and genuine excellence they lead. This is the twenty-third continuous year of their experience in the show business; a longer period than any other can boast of, and in all that timo they have proved able, honorable, progressive, successful and popular caterers to the millions of amusement-lovers. Thoir enlarged varied confederation this season in- clue the Grand Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca, Regal Roman Hippodrome Races, Triple Circuses. elevated stages, performing animals of all descriptions, tropical aquarium, Australia aviary, fifty cage menagerie, Arabian caravan and the gorgeous street parade. Among the many rare and attractive features exclusively presented by them will be found the only pair of living giant hippopotami; the remarkable hairless horse, educated seals and sea lions, rooster orchestra, pi? circus, giant kangaroos and a whole flock of ostriches and hundreds of novel features. There are also scores of the most eminent charioteers, male and female jockeys, bare back riders, and a-rlal and other performers, and altogether a program not only stupendous, but most exciting, select and refined in character, all of which will be faithfully presented in Logansport on May 16. All i to be seen at tbo reduced price of admission, twenty-five cents to all combined shows. ADDITIONAL F-OCAJLS, The Trades Assembly will meet tonight at 8:15. Washington Roach, now of Gas City is visiting old homo friends in the city. The directors of the DOW gas company met last evening and adjourned •until Thursday evening without action. The Republican drum corps will meet at Court Park this evening at -.80 with full equipment. By order of the Captain. Tho thros-year-old daughter of Elijah Leach of Ford's crossing was attacked by a vicious dog on Sunday and was badly bitten on the face, the ihild's HOBO bobg nearly torn off, The dog wn,e killed. There Is another change in tho Sebastian restaurant, Herry Nowman retired from the place a few days ago. Joe Hanawalt has now retired and that popular old caterer and res- iaurant man, Frank Beamer, has been ngtalled as manager. The early visitors to that fisherman's paradise, lake Maxinkuokee, report fishing excellent this •pr.ng! and many are tho fine strings of bass which have been brought to Logansport In the past week or two. It is said that tho fish are biting as they never bit before. The damage case of Atwater C. Barnott TS the City of Logansport will come up in the circuit court today. This is the suit brought against tho city for damages alleged to be due for the action of the council in compelling the overthrow of tho unsupported walls and chimneys of the lately burned Barnott hotel. The cases in the city court agalnet Harry Newman and hie blushing bride Alice Marshal Newman, based on the quarrel which occurred between this loving pair Monday night was called yesterday morning but was continued until thle morning at which time It will be called. It is understood that Harry is trying to compromise the matter with his loving bride and the case may yet be settled out of court. The Evolution Of medical agents is gradually relegating tbo 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 by all leading drug- grists. ___ VandnllB Line Kicnrelom To South, Southeast and Southwest will run on various dates from now until June 5, 1894, Inclusive. One fare round trip. Call on or address any Vandalia line agent and ask fot information contained in circular No. 327 of January 20, 1894. F,je «wt Skin Ointment Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyos, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rhoum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keosling, TO HORSE OWNERS, For putting a horse in a fine health j condition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale bj B. F. Keosling, druggist. i "How does tbo tramp and tho Michigan farmer ajrrefV" :i:-ked a Free Press reporter of u M-'i-dy-lookinp: chap who struck him for a dime at the city hall the other day. "Wall, spcakin' fur the tramp, I can'l say that we hev any thin' in pertiekler agin' the farmers," be .safely replied. "Pretty generous, are they?" j "Tolerby generous." "And they seem to believe your tales of woe?" i "Our tales of woe arc always tmo ami orter be believed, .list on the spur of thuminit I can't remember of but one mean farmer in all this state, and I've traveled over most of the couB* , try. He lives near Ann Arbor* I and the circumstance 'happened two years ago. I was lyin' in a fence corner one day, and I heard some men in a field talkin' about the owner ol the next farm west. His name -svaa Johnson, and it appeared that be once had a brother Bill who ran away and hadn't bin herd of fur fifteen years. There was a heap o' talk about how g-lad he'd bo to see Bill again, and tt put an idea into my head." "To pass yourself off for Bill?" "Exactly. That evenin' I put in an appearance. Johnson was milldn' in the barnyard, and I sat down on a hay« rack and broke the joyful news to him that his lon<r-lost brother Bill finally stood before him. 12e (rot white and red and trembled all over, and finally he got up and embraced me and sex: ' I "Yes, it's Bill, fur sure! I'd he* known you if we'd met in Cliiny. Thank the Lord that the lost has at last returned. Now I kin be happj agin." • ,' j "Accepted you off-hand, eh?" : "Yes, sir: and for a few minits I thought I had'struck it rich. He got tCrouffh milkin', and we were ready to go into tlio house, when he sots the pail down and sez: "Bill, remember the day you Itff home in t!ie distant long ago?" , I "•Yes."' '•! " 'I advised you not. to pro, and yo* . pot mad and called me a red-headed^ hump-backed liar! 1 have never forgot* . ten that, Bill, and I've allus stuck to ift that if yon ever fjot buck I'd turn to and ; llclc ye out of ycr bums! You are here, ! Bill.and now I'm goiif to do it.'" : "Buthe didn't'?'" was asked. "Yes, lie did! He was as big as two of me, and he mopped me all over thati barnyard for half an hour, and tha only way I saved my life was in break- in' away and crawlin' through u hold in the feuce. He hollered to me to come back, and that the fatted cajf was ready, but I never stopped run- nin' fur five mil CM. Can't say that tho Michigan farmer is jrarticklerly down on tramps, but they don't seem to hev no brotherly feolin's fur long-lost nrnr.liarK," —JJptvnil. Vrpn ' For Fine Spring Soils in endless Variety, which for Jit, Durability, Style, Workmanship and Trimmings are positively unexcelled, call on CARL W. KELLER. 311 Market Street. i^MiS:\;:v ; ^

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