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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                IF YOU READ The pacers yon will learn that the Tariff on Flushes has Advanced 25 per cent Our Complete Stock of Cloaks was bought before the advance and we iwill con tinue to sell at the old prices You will save money by purchasing early Golden Rule Dry Goods H ose IT DONT PAY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1890 IT DONT PAY to buy Clothes Made to Orderof an Incxpericaced Cutter using Cheap Labor thniigh lie may offer them a few dollarp cheaper than in old estab lished house such as the establish ment which cDiploys none but the high est price labor ami guarantees his work equal to firstclass work made in the largest cities IT DONT PAY to buy your clothes and have them cut by cutters where you dont know what kind of work you get but if you are willing o pay your good cash fora good article go to the old re liable Merchant Tailor Herawho under stands his business ard does his own cutting IT DONT PAY to patronize such places who put flaming advertising in newspapers instead on the bodies of their customers as good work always speaks for itself and true merit always wins This is what says about Tailoring OITY MBWS THE Still Holds Good on every Suit or Overcoat Costing S3O or Over JACOB HERZ Merchant Tailor Market Street 30L1D Teaspoons Coffeospoons New SilverPlated Ware New Berry uishes An entire new line of Waters Clocks and Jewelry All Goods Engraved Free at D T A Y LA O R S New Jewelry Store 3O9 4th Repairing a Specialty HOW flBOUT THJIT ORDER berries 301 ery 3 potatoes In Fact Anything in Our Line We will fill it promptly Try our Saddle Rock Oysters FITZGERALDAFOLEY The Grocers I LOGANSPORT BRWING CDS EXTRA PALE Is one of the Purest and Best Products made anywhere in the Country On Tap at all Sample Rooms in the city Delivered by the box to all parts of the city for Family Use Domestic Office The People otCass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sesvinp Machine that gives such good satisfaction The peopiJe know we sol them on excellent terms so that he poor have a Domestic as well as the rich The people know that we sell Needles and ropalrs foi every kind of Seving Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr The Tailor 308 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts Mr B Z Lewis is in Chicago M Schneebergcris on the sick list Use J B L blood and liver tonic j N L Frank haa returned from Chi j cagu j The mayors slate was a blank this morning Fitzgerald Poley have the entire wheat flour to Talbotl Randolph for bar gains in buggies D D Fickle thu attorney is at Chi cago OD business A new tloor is being laid in the Eigh teenth street bridge The Panhandle pny car will arrive iu the city tomorrow Mrs Guy Hensley is convalescing from an attack of tonsilitis H B Wade of Lafayette ia registered at the Johnston today Ben McKecnand C Duncan of Terre Haute are among the late arrivals at the Burnett Tlio Lotus dfb has been reorganized and will Lohl of dances durin Hiewinter months The Silver Leaf pleasure club will their opening bull at MoCnftreys ball Monday evening Oct 20 Mrs Bailey and daughter of Meno monee Wis are in the city visiting Mr and Mrs J J Stapleton C II McConnell of Terre Ilmto W S Perry of Fort Wayne and ii R Gn ham of Peru were at the MnHoik to day Mrs Nick Fries departed lu dav fur her home in Florence Ala nfier an eight weeks visit with relatives in the city The young child of Sir and MrsHarry Pursinier is ill with scarlet fever at the residence of John Clnry in Harrison township Fawn Brooks was locked up by Officer Murphy this morning He was drunk and disordely The mayor will fix the penalty on the morrow We are still receiving large consign ments of Kelley island grapes which we are selling at low prices BO send your orders Foley A very plcssaut surprise was perpe trated on Miss Corda Coates last night at her home on Twelfth street occasioned by her 15th birthday refreshments were served and an enjoyable time had The Democrats throughout the county are making a most thorough organiza tion Detailed organizations will insure a decided victory Let every Democrat do his full share toward securing this re sult Mr Willard Kash came in from Maine last night and will itnmediotely take the road for Wilson Humphreys Cos printing house His health is fairly good and what is a blessing to him his weight has been cu down twentyfour pounds A large delegation of people from the cityaccompaniecl by FornofF3 orchestra went out to the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Grieser in Washington township today to assist that worthy couple in the proper observance of their silver wedding The tire department was culled to Dolans foundry last night about 11 oclock to extinguish a slight blaze that had broken out in the moulding room The damage amounts to but little It re quired but two or three buckets of water to put out the bla7e The plans are completed for the Van dalias new union station at Terre Haute but the season is so far advanced that it is hardly probable ground will be broken for the buildings before early spring The officials of the road eipect that by October 1 1891 Terre Haute will have a railway station of which it can justly feel proud The Republican county ticket contains the names of of some men who have been abusing Democrats for years They never voted for a Democrat aui never had a good word to say of any man wko was a Democrat Yet these same fellows are now patting Democrats on the back and fawnmgly asking for their votes They can rest assured that they are going to get left The water works board will make an effort to stop the extravagant waste of water that is hourly going on in the city OB account of water closets being left open It is estimated that in the city building alone 30000 gallons are wasted every twentyfour hours The board is also after contractors who are in the habit of using water without paying for the same THE EPWORTH CONFERENCE es Htatory of the The Kokomo district conference of the Epworth league composed of Ihe coun ties of Howard Cass Miami Tipton Hamilton find fractious of other counties adjoining will close a ten days session at Kokomo this eyening The Logans port branches aire represented by Rev Dr Birch Kessler Marion Swatleucr A J West Miss Lulu Ham aioutree aud Miss Etta Hoffman Dr Birch opened thu exercises last evening with duvoiional exercises and Miss Hotltcan responded to the address of welcome Homer conducted the devotional exercises this morning A J West delivered an address upon The Epworth and the Church and Miss Harnmontree rend a paper upon The Deeper Faith tuit is to Come The at tendance is reported to be very large The 3pworth league an auxiliary of the 41 E church especially for the youDKtr members was Bret organized at Cleveland 0 May 10 1889 At this time file church organizations of this character existed in the Methodist church which were all merged into one which was called the Epworth league o the M E church From this small nucleus the organization spread with wonderful rapidity Although brought into exist ance but seventeen months ago it has spread into every state in the Ucioa and some in foreign missiou fields Over 3000 chapters have sprung into exist ence comprising a membership of 225 000 and is growicg very rapidly all over the country The Epworth Herald pub lished in Chicago by Dr Berry is the organ of the league aud haa a very large circulation A Heroic W abash JKnglneer A special from Huutington gives an account of the following heioic action on the part of a brave Wabash engineer On Sal in day night engine No 69 Ed wnr J Murpny engineer aud George Kirby fireman was ordered to West Point to bring io a freight train whoso engine had been disabecl Wben in a long cut two miles west of the city the engine exploded blowing out all the front and tearing out the machinery The engine kept the rails and ran 700 feet before stopping Tbe fireman anil engineer jumped The engineer had his leg broken aud wan badly scalded while the fireman was baclly cut about the face and head and is scalded so badly that recov ery is Joubiful The noise of the ex plosion drew a number of people living in the neighborhood to the scene of the disaster who found the engineer lantern in hand crawling west dragging his broken leg in order to flag a passenger train which was theu about due He handed hia lantern to one of the men who found him and sent him to flag the passenger train Wed Mr Charles Kliuck and Miss Carrie Patterson were united in marriage last eveuinji in a new and beautiful borne on east Market istieet previously prepared by the groom for the reception of his bride Rev Boston performed the cere mony in the presence of about forty of the intimate friends and relatives of ihe contracting parties Mr Klinck is a member of the Mascott baud and that ex cellent musical organization treated their brother and inis handsome bride to a de lightful scerenade The groom is an assistant timekeeper at the Panhandle shops and one of the best knswn and most substantial young men of tbe city The bride is a daughter of Robert Patter son foreman at Stevens Bros planing mill and is possessed of all the attributes that go to make up a loving and loyeable life companion The Pharos wishes this excellent young couple happiness and prosperity Where tlie Money Goes The following list of claims were al lowtd by the city council at tho meeting held hist night Street pay roll Hiubard Whitttikor fAr stone N UolL repairing culvert Alviu Cniupbell lumber 343 50 M 00 20 00 102 10 15 17 50 7S 29 17 00 W L Fernakl lumber George Meitaimm rupairing culvert M Eiliiion making street crossing Hubert Morrell gravel Terence making street 7U 20 Jobn Sleycr work for street com mittee I 05 W T Iomroy cement crossiay 11 10 Win Hupp gravel 5 06 T Butterworth repairing alley cross ing is sri C li directory lor fire de partment 3 oo Jutin Callahan repairingalley iog 1517 Terence Cuiuiinffliatu for improving alley 48 S M lartin 4765 Herman Sunken wheel barrow 125 J A Schauloc srravel 1125 Lizzie Kioll wnshiugr for fire depart ment 355 John Meyer for fire depirlaienr 7 Henry Broukmeyer jr teod for tire department at 51 Huury jr interest on bonds 167 VO Henry Brooknieyer jr payiug aiort tragt on rink 2000 CO Chris Jeannerctte coal for lire depart ment a 2o J li Messenger work for tire depart ment 1325 Louthain Barnes priiitng 83 W T C bftrnes masonry for cemrtery 28 60 Telephone Co telephone for fire de partment poo Baruett Bros ice for city offices 3 ou Win Furrell assistingemrincer 15 to Telephone Cu telephone for water worki house 8 GO ANT repairing Sixth street pump 75 Loffan Gas Coke Co pas 21 3S ti A Scbaefeir for cemetery 15 25 C B Loujnrelii directory for engineer 3 00 J B Messenger purap for Souvhside n TO 12286 H The Water Works At the council meeting last night Clerk McGovern of the water works board made the foilowme report for the month of September RECEIPTS To collections In September83SS9 57 mSBUHSEMEMTS To amount overdrawn in September 1887 21 To expenses tE September 1653 14 To cash oo hand Uctober Ur 54922 Total J3S89 57 Notice All persons owing accounts past due will please settle or same will be plactd in the hands of collector DCXKLE Joseph Bckhouae a prominent dry goods dealer of Lafayette is in the city visiting Matt Herz ADDITIONAL ITEMS Rain and colder weather is predicted Boarding by day or week 312 Slarket street up stairs The McKinley bill is a eoDd thing for the farmers Curtis Shuey and Laura M Uodds have been licensed to wud The petit jury in the circuit court has been discharged for the terra The personal property of Peter Tolen deceasedhas been ordered sold at private sale without notice ID the circuit court today Kreis Bros were awarded a judgment for Sloilo egainst Wm R Winters an i others Mrs John Weaver and daughter of Winamac were in the city a short time today en route homa from Clerelsind Ohio Dr M A Jordan has purchased the Peck property on Broadway formerly occupied by II C Eversole Considera tion The festival given at the rink lait night by the ladies of the St Bridgets church was largely attended and will be contin ued tonight Geo Pullman the sleeping car mag nate will pass through the city to night via tbe Panhandle en route from Chicago to Washington The marriage license record irj the county clerks office shows that seven teen couples have been licensed to wed so far this month an average of one a day The president and directors of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg will pass over the Chicago division Wed nesday the 32d on their annual lour of inspection There was a freigh t blockade in the Panhandle yards last night on account of a heavy rush of business The of ficials did not have switch engines enough to handle the cars The children of the late Mrs Fred Uomburg desire to return thanks through the columns of the Pharos to the rjeich bors and friends for the many nets of kindness during her illness Linwood at the opera house Mon day night by the New York Comedy Company Miss Helen Vaughn is the leading lady The company will make a weeks stand and play at popular prices It comes to the ears of the Pharos re porter that several days ago a son of Joseph Gray Democratic candidate for representative had been kicked by a horse and badly hurt Further particu lars could not be learned Diet Lynch took on an oversupply of fire water today and proceeding to tlie Southside began to decorate that part of the city in the latest aad most improved style of the art Marshal Dean waa noti fied and soon landed the festive Richard behind the bars of the county jail 0 D McNitt Uriah Sterry aud N B Richason viewers have made a report to the county commissioners assessing the benefits and damages consequent upon the opening of a public highway between Cass and Fulton counties The county commissioners it a meet ing held Saturday allowed the final es timates for the erection of two bridges one over Keepa Creek in Jefferson town ship aud one over Little Deer Creek WPSt of Onward The first named rnst and the latter At a meeting of Ihe Salesmens union of this city held last night a subject of great importance to the unions o Lo gansport was introduced bj Weldon Webster The subject ia referred to the Trades Assembly and will liksly be dis cussed next Sunday afternoon Roy the 5monthsold son of Mr and Mrs John A Powell died at 6 a m to day at the family residence No 113 Frantelin street The funeral will be held afternoon from Webb Chapel Noble township The cortege will leave the house at 1 oclock Assistant General Manager Hill of the Vamlaha has issued an order forbidding card playing by the employes of the company while ou duty or on any of the companys trains I the order is disobeyed the punishment is the samj as when employes use intoxicating liquors It is stated that the Terre Ilaue and Loganaport division of the Vaudalia will for tbe first time in its history this year pay its operating expenses aud fixed charges JDncb year of lale tbe deficit has been decreased more or less This year it is expected to close without any deficit The Pharos sends out with each copy of the paper this evening a circulii is i ined by the Caas county election com missioners printed both in English and German It gives plain instructions bow to vote under the new lnw Put tlie cir cular in your pocket for future study and reference The county commissioners have sent a letter to each trustee and eleciion in spector in the county asking them to meet with the commissioners ia this city on Tuesday Oct 2Sth to compare notes on ttte new election law also to receive the election booths etc for the various voting precincts A C Wilkerson chairmanP H Zahn O Bowman of the Light committee and Mike Robinson Engineer Electric Light and Fire Department of the city of Huntington Ind were in the city this morning iu conference with Victor F Seiter manager of the Electric Light Company here Rtifns Smith and Charles Msrlin Justice Richard Link George Doiph Wm Dore and Frank Smith white a gang of tramps werearrestiid at the Wabash depot this atternoon by Officers Murphy and Manders and lodged in jail Nothing was lound on the person of any of them that would indicate that they are crooks They were found in a box car and will be held to uwait developments They are rery poorly clad ATTENTION COMMITTEE Watch tht Efforts Being Hade to Evade the Xew Election law Among the schemes developed to les sen the Democratic vote in Indiana is one that should receive careful attention The Republicans are seeking to evade the provisions of the new election law Within the last lew days one of their schemes has been exposed It is this A laboring man is hired to work for some Republican at fair wages and re moves from his voting precinct to the precinct in which he fiuds employment thus losing his vote Several cases of this kind have occurred iu this county siuce the 5th day of October and there is evidently a pre concerted effort being made by Republi cans to gain votes in this way There are twelve thousand precincts iu the state and a loss of one voie in each pre cinct would give the state io tbe Repub licans There never has beeu a more disreputable politician in Indiana than Micherer He is as bad as Dudley and will stoop to anything that gives promise of helping him to carry the state Dem ocrats must be watchful Everything Viill Pipe Kokonio Kokomo GazetteTribune Siipt J D S Neely of tlie Logansport pipe line company is here tins week securing lie right of way from their line into the city coming in by the way of Jefferson street Mr Neely says it ia the intention of the company to pipe the city The Logans port line where it crosses the Petes Hun Dike is lean than two miles from the city limits Hcnt to the Rrfoni School John C Carew Jr who broke into Mrs C R Wrights residence last week and stole 18620 was taker before Judge McConnell today nnd sentenced to the reform school at Plainfieldlo remain un til he is 21 years of age The Whaleman Abroad A better illustration of their the whalemens proud spirit caunoLbe given than the encounter in Halifax between Greene the mate of a Nantuckct vessel and the Duke of Clarence ailmial of the Britiish fleet and afterwards William IV The dispute arose over the dukes at tentions to a girl and reached its climax in the Nantucket mates seizing the future king of England ami hurling him downstairs An eyewitness of the affair WAS wont in after years to add as a tlec ratTe detail that the click of the dukes swordhilt was heard on every Etair Greene at once went aboard his ship and refused to obey a summons from the ad miral who it afterwards transpired bad intended to make the plucky Nanlucket man an officer in the British army All the strategic resources of a quick ready mind were oftea called iiilo pluy during a whalemans career not only in weathering storms and avoiding destruc tion of boats and loss of life when at tacking whalesbut also in escaping mas sacre from savage islanders and in out witting pirates In 1S19 the whale ship Siren while ou a voyage to the eastward ot Cape Horn met with an adventure which would have proved fatal to all hands but for a quick stratagem of the mate Ous fine day off one of thjs Pelew islands all the boats being after whnles and but a few men left aboard the vessel a large band jf armed natives suddenly swarmed over the bulwarks The crew fled to the rieging leaving the naked howling savages in full command of the ship The mate on coming alongside took in the situation at a glance and quickly ordered the men to ouen the arm chests and scatter on deck ull the tacks they could nod lu a moment it fairly rained tacks upon the nacked savages The deck was soon covered with these little nails They pierced the feet of the islanders who danced about with pain which increased with every step they took unli with yells of rago and agony they tumbled iicadong into the sea and swam ashore Unfortunately in the strug gle the mate received an arrowwound just over one of his eyesaud was obliged to retire from the sea a v Kobbe in the Century for August Worlds Fair Lady Managers The Chicago board of nine lady man agers of tho Columbian exhibition re cently appointed by President Palmer include Mrs Potter Palmer wife of a hotel keeping millioraire Miss Frances Dickinson an oculist Mrs James R I Doolittle Jr a sanitary inspector Mrs Myra Bradwell publisher of The Chica go Legal News Sirs Mariua A Mulli gan widow of Colonel Mulligan of Irish brigade fame Mrs Matilda E Carse a Womans Christian Temper That Is BEAUTIFUL In Stylish Can be Found at AT Dry Goods House WILER WISE 315 FourthSt When You Want an Elegant Fitting OR Made to Order Call on me I Can Save You Money F J HOOLE1Y NEW NOVEL And Nice We Lead TJiem All Haima the newest Game Out c j be had only at Tho Also Tiddledy Wink Tldeledy Wink Tennis Croklnolts and Progressive llalma Call and examine MES BRXDWELL MRS MES MULLIGAN MRS PAIMEB CS MES CAESE ance union leader Mrs Walter Q Gresnam wife of the well known judge Sirs it R II Wallace disttngnished as an active worker in womans cause and Mrs J Sanford Lewia The members of the board are noted for ability either asi Social leaders re ormers or in business life and their future meetings will doubtless be char acterized by zesi and activity A Kussian legend relates that srhen St Joseph returned from his Sight into Egypt he found his shoes in great want of repair and being aware of the excellence of leather in Russia sent them to Kitiff to be mended where they remained II is now reported from Kieff that the archbishop of St Sophia proposes to resole the shoes and then expose them to the veneration of the faithful Throwing tho Slipper The ancient custom of throwing an old slipper after the bride aud bridegroom when starting on their honeymoon tour is in many parts of the world supposed to bring luck to the happy pair The Bible jrives much evidence in support of the sup position that it is one of the most ancient as wel as one of the most inexplicable of the many customs of the Jews In several places in the Bible we are Riven to under stand that the receiving of a shoe is an evidence and symbol of rejecting or resign ing authority In Ruth we read that it was the custom in Israel concerning changing that a man pluck off his shoe and deliver it to his neighbor Therefore the throwing of a slipper or a shoe after a bride was and la n symbol or renunciation of dominion and authority over her bv her parents or guard ian and tho receipt of the shoe by the bridegroom even if accidental was an onsen that the authority had been trans ferred to him The origin of the custom may be traced to these words which occur in the106th Psalm Over Edom will I cast out my shoe meaning thereby that success should attend the methods used to subdue the Edomitea Ib ia not unlikely there fore that the superstitious custom of throwing the slipper has arisen from the above construction of the words given The custom as It originally existed is fast dying out Our forefathers threw old shoes after the wedding equipage We in this more luxurious age purchase new white sati D slippers on purpose for the oc Louis Republic Honesty Pays Beat I tell you said a postal clerk in the railway mail service to a reporter that the crooked man in this business doesnt go very long before he ia unearthed In addition to the magnificent and perfect de tective system of the government every postal clerk iu the service is a detective en the others When a department ia sus pected every man in it is under suspicion and the innocent clerks are as anxious aa the officials to apprehend the guilty one to clear their own skirts Some time igo rather a nice young fel low was running from Xew York to Pitts burg Ha never would sleep at night and the other clerks began to inspect him at once Small suma of money were being missed continually and they put np a job on him Money was marked and the young man was caught with the billn on his person He in the habit of going through mails addiressed to New Orleans bonks and the Louisiana lottery while ovuipao tons slept He was given three yean In a narrow cell to mend his ways Oh it doesnt pay to be dishonest in thia busi ness I want no three years in a cooler for vacation York Telegram Por JlHM Mrs UobiitM Onirtess ria vou Keiuky of has 138 hares in om lay Dobbins Her husband will soon baldheaded at that Win 1 scream if you him mo Mr Major That dupimdn Von cant ex pect effect to preoxle atis and yon surely dont pxfiect ne t juniji st the FhihulelpLia Tims Stituotlmvft Thry lljii Boys will be you ImrKtn change thcrn Well I wish men would follow out plan ami be Courier Journal 1 of Fourteen Hniiilrrl NEW OHIEASS Ol i5 dispatch from Tyler Tex that Tiiefdajr night the agent of the International arid Great Northern railroad at Linrlale con fronted by two roasted meu as he was About cloing hin oflice and robbed of t400 Uefore leaving tho re moved parts of the telegraph fnttru ments on triinnout of and into Chcigo Wednesday morn ing were treated to the sight of of lumber estovers unloading A b i rjie and clad hi the tygtit f eh es and socks cap tihirt and apron and nothing else The American Brewing association anony ths SncoTporrUore of which Adoiphus Butch of St Louin and A B of with capi ta ot 13000000 proposes to erect and in operation la about a year one of the largest breweries ia the word The celebrated Vnjtcbmgui pict uns and bricabrac haa been chased by cituena of tbia country POWDER Absolutely Pure A of tarter tmkilit of all in leavening S Govern ment Report   

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