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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                IF YOU READ The papers yon will learn that the Tariff on Plushes has Advanced 25 per cent Our Complete Stock of Cloaks was bought before the advance and we will con tinue to sell at the old prices You will save money by purchasing early Golden Rule Dry Goods House IT DONT PAY IT DOXT PAY to buy Clothes Made to Orderof an IiRxpeTiiafcd Cutteruainif Cheap Labor though he may offer hem a few dollars rutaper thai tn old cstab lihei house such as the establish ment which employs none but the high est price labor and tru iraatffS his work equal to work made in the largest cities IT DONT PAY to buy your clothes and have them out by CIHUTS where you dont know whv kin of work you get AILYJPHAROS SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1800 but if you are willing to pay your good cash for a good article go to the old re liable Merchant Tailor Herwho under stands his business and does his own cutting i IT DONT PAY to patronize such I places who put flaming advertising in j newspapers instead of on the bodies of their customers as good work always speaks for itself and true merit always wins This is what Herz says about Tailoring BENEFIT MoVis Good on ovary Suit or CKercoat Costing S3O or Over JACOB HERZ Tailor Market Street HOW POUT THflT ORDER FOR Potatoes In Fact AiiythiPG in Our Line We will fill it promptly Try our Oysters RALDdFOLEY The Grocers EXTRA PALE Is one the Purest and Best Products made anywhere in the Country On Tap at all Sariiple Rooms In the city Delivered by the tox to all parts of the city for Family Use SOLID SILVERWARES Teaspoons Coffeespoons New SilverPlated Ware Now Berry Jishes An entire new line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry All Goods Engraved Free at O TAYLORS New Jewelry Store 3O9 4th St Repairing a Specialty WHITSEITTB Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sewinp Machine that gives such good satisfaction The people know we sail them on excellent terms so tht he poor have a Domestic us well as the rich The people know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind of Seving Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil Is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 52O Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr Tlis Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sta PITY NBW8 Try Uoosier cough syrup Go to TnlboH Randolph for bar gniua Q buggies Opera house next York comedy company Best fried oysters in the city at Dykc mftQ Uros restaurant vf Yolk comedy company at the opera house next week Rev Cyrus Price of Romney ia the guest of friends in the cily We have a large variety of natural Ras stoves at Meiushausen Llave you seen the presents to be given away by the Kevv York comedy com pany Miss Julia Allen of Oxford0 is the guest of Mra W Lee Smith on the Weatside Helen Vaughn with the New York comedy company the opera house a next week The Silver Leaf Pleasure cub will give ft grand bull at McCaffreys hall Monday evening Oct 30 n The New York comedy company sup porting Miss Uckn Vaughn at the opera house al of next week J B Stanley is planing for a series o Gospel temperance meeting to be held iu Camden in the hear future Now in tbe time to plant hyacinths anc luHps line bulbs cheap at Nwhys green house 009 ivest Broailwuy Mrs Rev L J iSaftzgar anil ljiicrn of LnGrfnge Ind are the guests of MM Al Swadentr on east Hah sttvi t Several loads of notatoea were to Ihis iwket o day They are vt i good qunlty uad brought 75 corns pei bushel At the late contention of the Epworth League held at ICokomn it WKS dici tn hold the next annual convention this city C E Smith representing D B FisK Co of Chicago is in the cty drum aing up the millinery and ftiroishinL goods trade The Panhandle paycar arrived in tle city yesterday afternoon and after pay ing off the employes went out over the State Line thin morcing A parly of fifteen couples perpretrated a pleasant surprise on Miss Emma Cone last evening at her home in the Kreuz berger block on Third street Arthur Sturgeon operator for the Pun handle at Peoria Junction ia convalesc ing from asevere attack of typhoid fever He is at present in Indianapolis visiting Jriends See the new shawls at the Trade Pal ace New skirts new hoods and bon niits for the babies new infants eloaka Trade Palace cloak room Oscar Seyboid manager Lost on last Wednesday evening a ladys gold hunting case watch chain and pencil charm between the Mairke street bridge and west Broadway Finder please at this office and receive reward To those persons who have never seen Speaker Reed of Maine it will be of in terest to them to know that when he crosses into Indiana John Hanson Craig tte 900 pound tiant will have little to of Tomorrow is Good Tidings day at the Broadway M E church The church be appropriately decorated Thi piistor will preach the sermon at 11 a m The Sabbath school will give responsiive reading songsand recitations at 7 p m All are invited It is now two weeks since the McKin ley law took effect During that time cuebig factory in Indianapolis has re duced tbe wages of its employes from 20 tci 33i per cent another has laid off hal its men for lack of orders and two othen huve gone into the hands of receivers Give us some more high tariff The protracted meetings which are in progress at Market street M E church uoder the leadership of Mias Slaiy Den nis continue with unbated interest The ehurih is filled to overflowing every e rening and many souls are being Bared Meeting tonight at Begular fier vices tomorrow at a m and p m Frank DittOH a Vandalia freigh brakeman had a narrow escape from terrible death yesterday He ran ah eat of a moving train to throw a switch anc in crossing a cattle guard he fell and hi becoming fastened he was unablu ti estricate himself The engineer saw thi accident and by qnrck action the train was brought to a standstill with th j pilot of the locomotive within four fee of the prostrate man DAFT MULLS INSULT Owen Offerlnc th Brltop WILLIAM D OWENS IDEA OF RIGHTING A WRONG V Worthy Veteran of the Late Offered a Bribe Was Capt Mull offered a bribe Was e insulted by a man who professes tobe of tbe oM ioldier These are ueslions that Congrtssmnn Owen re usts lo answer himself or to permit liis filter W Sreift Wiigbt to answer He itre not answer them because the proof 3 overwhelming that he did make auch a Idere is the evidence of men whose repUhtioti for truth and veracity s unquestioned in tbis community IXfJUIKY apt D B McConnt1 ULH Cnpt A H Hardy Humor bus it lhU you were approach ed in Ibe interest of Capt D H Hull willi a brili If such is the case we would respectfully aak ym for a com plete elalcuicDt ot ita correctness Yoivs RiSpecl fully SOI UllAXlJT ASD OTIIEUS TILE INiJLIHV AXSWEHED LoGAvsiOirr IXD Nov 21 1880 Mr BiUndcaml others Dear Sirs Your inquiry to which this is appended came to us this morning In answer we have to say that on the day of the reunion of the Fortysixth at this place we together had an interview with MrDNV Tomliuson in which he stated that Mr Owen had in his gift a ship wortlt that a man residing at Hammond wanted it and was to accept it with 81000 per annum turning Ibe lialance ovei to Crpt Blull if would accept it Mr Tmnlinsoa stilted to us that it was Mr Owens proposition and tbat it must be settled at once as Sir Owen was go ing to Mexico thit evening and would settle it before he started Capt Mull promptly rejected the pro position Respectfully 13 B McCosNEii A HARDY This statement at Messrs McConnell and Hardy is corroborated by the testi mony of Postmaster Tomlinaun who says be was authorized by W D Owen to make such a proposition to Capt Mull THAT RUMOR Abont the JScmoval of Hie Panhan dle Shops to Marion Marion Chronicle Considerable talk was indulged in upon the public square this morning over various reports floating around in reference to the removal of the Panhandle shops from Logansport to this city A member of the city council reported that the council had received a telegram from Superintendent C M Bennett aaying tbat he would arrive in the city on the 10 oclock tram from the west and requesting members of that body to meet him and confer about the proposed removal of the shops to thia city In response a numbei of gentle men wen at the train but Mr Bennett failed to arrive Later word was receiv ed that lie was unavoidably detained in Lognnsport and that he would come there within a few days Ever since the first prevalent rumors were started the public 1ms been anxiously inquir ng about tiio moving of the The Logdnsport papers arid people have been somewhat agitated over the mutter but deny the truth of the reports However it has long been known that the Panhandle folks were anxious shorten tke divisions between Julumbua and Chicago making Marion fie center of four divisions and the of ficials headquarters But the matter has been so frequently discussed and so lit tle has ever ronio of it that it is not 1Ucy that the Iogansport shops will ever be located in Marion The PiiEiros reporter called at Superin t indent Bennetts office today to if pos sible gain some points about the truth or f daily of the rumor but found Mr Ben nett out of the city Chief Clerk Graves had heard the rumor but that is ns far as his knowledge of the affair extends He says that while some changes may be made in the divisions in his opinion the shops will remain in Logausport The report is that Marion has offered thirty ncres of ground and will bear the expense of moving the shops besides furnishing free gas and water The ex tensive improvements that have bul recently been made to the plant serve to the report a fishy flavor Dan I know a man that will gauge this for and pay you the other Daniel Billy I could never look my friends in the face again if I went into such an as that Owens Hypocrisy Editors Owen on August last in congress made a speech which is now finding its way to all soldiers in this district The whole subject of the speech is in reference to pension legislation One particular thing done by e DemoJ cratic house distresses him greatly The arrearage act was repealed by congress in 1880 Mr Owens lamentations over this piece of wickedness is distressing to the ast degree In his speech ha aays And this is the reason the soldiers have not received arrears for ten years The writer here and now puts himself on record by saying that he has no fault to find with the Republican party so far as pensions are concerned According to lorporal Tanner the parly has not lived up to its promises but it must be remem bered that the promises were made iu the heat of campaigns and were very large ones Wo will admit that the Democrat made a great error in repealing this act but Mr Owen when he speaks tonight should be fair enough to tell ua just why his party with the undisputed power to do so did not during the last two years undo this great mischief Every one knows his party left this particular piece of lecislation just as it came from the hands of a Democratic Con greas If there is any consistency or fairness or honesty in Mr Owen he can censure his own party for grievous omissions as certainly as he can censure the other party for grievous commissions Mr Owen does not utter a word in be half of the veterans in either pirty of this district that is honest and reflects his true feelings There is every reason foi him disliking them Many of them are opposed to his political future They are deUroying his future anticipations They are openly supporting his opponent They are determined to defeat him anc will succeed to a certainty The veterans who are elements of danger to him are members of hia own party If he is beat en it will be by exsoldiers And yet his heart bleeds for them now Xot d op of that fluid oozed out for them when they needed his assistance years ago and many distrust his present pie tentions His actions are out joint with his words lie has dug his own political grave Sit libi leiralcvis Ex Soi DIEH I A j In 18S2 when Republican County Commissioner and Republican I Auditor Carton retired from office CMS j county owed in bonds and county orders outsumdiog mnVing a total of Since that the county has built worth of bridges built a new court house and furnished the same at a cost of t60000built a soldiers monument at the coat of expended in enlarging the orphans home expended for ground adjoining the jail yard These improvements aggregate 500 and are of a substantial character that will last for years At the present time the cointy debt is less than in 1882 These figures indicate that there is something lo show for the peoples noney Not a dollar of public funds has been misappropriated by the Democratic man agement of Cass county Everything THE POOR POORER Ronthe McKiilev Bill Effects the MOIIB The protectionist organs insist that there is no cause for the Democratic howl about the inreased duly on the poor mans carpet and assert that the McKinley bil increases tbe duty on fine goods ruore than on the plau fabrics A denial of such a statement is rendered unnecesssiry by the figures which speak for themselves Following is a compari son based on the value of carpets im ported in 18S9 Price Increase Quality Per Tard Per Cent Axmln 1631 Wilton 1879 1798 Brussels a039 2848 Tapestry velvetOn Treble fngraih767 1922 Twoply ingrain5S6 2071 To this should be added felt carpets the cheapest of all No data exists by which the exact cost per yard of those imported in 1889 can be determined but placing il at 22 cents the table vcould be completed thus Price Increase Quality Per iard Ier Cent Feltoarpots22 It will be observed that the very small est increase is made on Axminsters of tbe highest cost and the very largest in crease on the cheapest felts A Common Pine Editors Reed will try his hand on driving the little racer W D O on Monday next Quite a num ber have had him in training of late and while his wind is abundant he makes no time With him the track IB slow and slippery and his local jockiea only get 11 four minute gait out of him and such time as this will win no stakes in his present company He is outclassed he will be distanced and when the race is over he will fall back in common plug company HORSEJIAJT JSotiee All persons owing accounts past due wiU please settle or same will be plactcl in the hands of collector JOHX DTJSKLB H NEWTON MILLER The Chronicle Kditor After tlio Ite pu1tcn Xomiucu for The Chonicle of to day reannounces its old position namely that while its editor is a Republican his paper is inde pendent and icserves the Tight to sup port tbe candidates wtiom it tbaks are the best men In tbe same issut of tbe paper tbe editor makes tbe folowing serious charge aarst tbe Repnblicar nominee for shevff A serious blundering charge is biought to tbe doois of Nute now for sheriff on te Republican ticket It seems that ivbie Iruslee iie bad charge of tbe scbools of DeeCeek township One of tbe duties o bs of fice was to see that the insuane wa paid on the buildngs A fie oocuvrec on Feb llth 1890 and it then transpired that Nule failed lo pay the install ment due on a note which sVould baye been done in June 1389 notwithstanding the fact that he bud 19535 as per re port He had of specialscboo funds in his possession and yet could cot or would not pay the insurance As a con sequence the citizens of the towuiihip are out the insurance money tbat woud them to build a new school house Ol course there ae all sorts of ugly rumors connected with the affair some going as far as to say he had tbe mousy loanec out but the most chartnble is that he is a poor business man and lacks common business prudence a quality so esaentin to a safe business f Xute wa elected Sheriff and would act as he die while Trustee the jail biids would walk off with the whole jail trom cellar to To Say Farewell A farewell reception was tendered Mr and Mrs John M Koons in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church laat evening The ladies prepared am served a delightful supper after which the time was given over to pieasniu socia intercourse Many of the old songs were sung which recalled pleasant reco lectons of the past The occasion was one that will ever be remembered by tbe worthy couple Mr Koons came to Cass county forty ago this month and all who enjoy Ms acquaintances know him o be an honest man and a good citizen lie has disposed of his farm on the Michigan pike just beyond tbe corporate limit and he and Mrs Koons will depart for Springfield Mo next week to reside with their daughter Mrs Mary Miarden Mr K has been an elder of the First Presbyterian church for the past twentyfive years and the de lightful reception tendered him and his good wife is but a fitting testimonial of the regard in which they are held by the members The Pharos earnestly hopes Mr and MM Koons will eojoj long life and happiness in their new home slate was a blank this ADDITIONAL ITEMS Hon C B Lmselle ia on the sick list Mantles and grates at cost at Mein shuusens The mayors morning Boarding by day or weuk 312 Market street up stairs H Stern the meat dealer is confined to his home by illness Lynwood Mondaj night New York comedy company Pharos subscriptions are due on Mon day Pay the collectors Bale of seats for the New York comedy company opened this morning Avail yourself of the bargains that arc being offered by Otto Meinsbausen Showers and colder weather are the predictions for today Good until a m tomorrow See the beautiful bed room set at Ash Hadleys to be given away by the New York comedy company Mr Chas Conrai has returned to the city after un absence of eighteen years in the far west Misses Gertrude Hill and Maud War ick of the Westaide will spend Sunday with friends in Walton See the set of silver knives and forks at Websters to be given away by th New York comedy company M W Coats of Kokomo J Arnold and P H Bebee of Lafayelte are among the late arivals at the Johnston Moynihan the Sixth street wall pape dealer has been receiving new stylef o wall paper for the season of 1891 Mra Warren H Anderson left forHnr risburg Pa called there by the seriou illness of her sister Mrs A E Mackiy Earnest Loeb of Lafayettr D F Spawn of South Bern and C C Ever sole of Peru are registered it the Mur deck Mr Fred VanOraun of Frankfort formerly proprietor of the Murdook in the city yesterday shaking hands wit old friends Pursuant to an order of the council Manager Seiter hail placed an electri light at the intersection of Johnson am Fulton streets Look in at windows and see the beau tiful dinner set to be given away by th New York cotcedy company at tbe oper house next week One hundred dollars in money BUI valuable presents given away by th New York comedy company at the open house all next week Christian science iservices will be hel at the Universalist church tomorrow a 3 oclock Bible lesson at 4 oclock cordial welcome given tc all Arthur Stewart the popular bote clerk for a number of years counecte with the Barnett has gone to Kokom to take a position in the Spencer house O E Allison the Panhandle passen ger brakeman who has been lying dab eerously ill with typoid fever at his home in Walton was reported much better today The GaHton quartette composed of John Hayes Jesse Stanford Heniv and John Schrier treated Mr and Mrs John Shanahan to a delightful serenade laat evening Go to E Dickerhoff s old and celebrat ed household bazaar for your bargains in lines as we carry because we al ways lead in lowest prices and will not be undersold by any fancy priced bazaar Miss Toda Cullen daughter of Cullen entertained a party of young friends at the home of her parents on High street last evening Refreshments wre served and tbe time past at danc ing The Marks international theatre com pany fifty strong wil pass through the city by special train at 12 oclock to night over the Paniiandle en route from Cincinnati to Chicago The train is to cover the entire distance in nine hours Paymaster Snee the Pennsylvania lines was taken suddenly ill upon hii ar rival in this city yeiterday He was fined to his room at the Johnston until this morning by wliich time he was able to proceed with the pay car over tbe State Line The Rev G D B Miller of St Louis will preach in the Episcopal church to morrow at 11 oclock a m and pm That Is BEAUTIFUL Dry Goods House WISE 315 FourthSt When You Want an Elegant Fitting OR Made to Order Call on me I Can Save You Money F 3 HOOLBY NEW NOVEL And IS ice We Lead Them All Halma the newest Came Out to bo had only at The Also Tiddledy Wink Tideledy Wink Tennis Croklnole and Progressive Halma Call and examine Carnal Mind and Borrowing Trouble at a Ruinous interest All are invited J R Lamb pastor Morning subject si the Englioh Luth eran church tomorrow Hope Dcfer rid C S C at p m md evening service al A cordial invi tation extended Someone suggests that the postoffice windows be washed The opera house block has been handsomely painted and a little soap and water should now be used on the windows of the government office DrJ J B Shultz was called to Swayzee last nihlii to amputate a lower limb of the daughter of John Reed an old citi zen The operation was necessitated by a cancer The girl Is in a critical con dition George W Wendhng is home fiom Tennessee on a short visit He bringl with him a handsome southern bridr Mr Wendiag bus located permanently in the south and the Pharos is pleased to lean that he is prospering Services at the Broadway Presbyterian church tomorrow as usual You are cordially invited to attend all these es pecially the two held in the Chrietain endeavor at and preaching at 8 oclock Tht song service at these will be helpful and attractive Our As shown by our illustrations today there is trouble in the g o p Col Pratt and Owens editor are not getting along very well together There is a lack of harmony Each claim tbat Ibe other has sadly demoralized the ring crySwift icus has taken Col Pratt to task for tell ing Harry Torr that their campaign ol misrepresentation was all politU9 Swifiicus has called the colonel a lank bead and the colonel raised his foot as though be would step upon and crush the garnisbee lawyer The col Hr Miller Jived in Slalt Lake City about onel ttJis Swifticus that he gave the twenty years and in the evening he will whole snap nway when he told Treasurer Woll that b filing the tax levy figures to suit himself He tell what tht church and Christian edu cation are doing aming the MormrnH Cnmherland Presbyterian editor tbat bus net is in danger and that regular serricet will be held he had better pay attention lo Capt in this church tomorrow Preaching j Hardys charse that Owen offered Capt by the pastor lit 11 m m i Mall a bribe and 750 pm BonjecU Fruit of the j Our other tEustration iuelf A MffUmf at lion Rufus Magee was greeted with the largest meeting of his campaign al GalvcEton last night Hon J C Loop presided and the hall wae crowded to is utmost capacity Senator made bis first Democratic speech u tbe ball where laft nights meetiue was held twentythree years ago The Democrats of Jackson township celebrated Ibe event by publicly presenting tac senator with an elegant cane SPOTTED SKIN with Awf la Fivr WrrfcH by Cutlcara lam to tell jou of the cure vour CCTUTUA perforned on me About the 1st ot April 1 noticed MOUIC red pimples like coming out ail over my body but thought nothing ft until time later on when It beean to look Ilks of morinr Fpottcii on arvi wblcb ot In hiyen witL 1 wiuli nffrtit untfl t raw tirca next nfjrht the Mxlee inir bile were i off Bsuln In IT I 1M I consult all the In lie count rj liut without After irivinir up all re I happened to cce m in tbe papcr alout your CtTtctTKA KKruK and purchasedtbem and obtained almoeu tm relief J beirim to notice ice dropped off and peared one by one until i tunl been cur ed I had tbe thirteen monthi I beran uktnjrtbe Htfuoiitv und In lour x Ore weeks wag 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