Voiglander - 1899 - Indiana

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Voiglander - 1899 - Indiana - DAILY PHAROS TUESDAY, MARCH 28,1899. OITYNRWS....
DAILY PHAROS TUESDAY, MARCH 28,1899. OITYNRWS. Koesher sausage—Rothermel. Girl wanted 1100 North street. Girl wanted at 913 North street. Lettuce and celery—Itothermel. Prescriptions a specialty. Hoch Bros. No trouble to show goods at Mrs. Bruggeman's. Handsomer than ever Easter shoes. Stevenson & Klinsick. Walk over shoes for men $3.00 and $3.50—Stevenson & Klinsick. The newest things in millinery received received daily by Mrs. Bruggeman. Shoes for the little ones, all colors of the rain bow.-Stevenson & Klinsick. Miss Mary Foreman will give a bowling party tonight in the Market street alloy. Finest whiskey in the city, "Old Hunter," ten year old rye at J. P. Sebastian's place. Ladies, you are invited to call and compare prices in styles in millinery at Mrs. Bruggeman's. Get your small articles at the economical economical notion department. A trial will convince—Trade Palace. F. B. Manthany, of .Logansport, and Miss Lena Culbertson, of Gilead. were married at Peru, Sunday. Our stock of ready-made goods is acknowledged by all to be the most complete i:a the city.—Trade Palace. J. E. Sul;ton, editor-in-chief of the Reporter, has purchased a half interest interest in the Peru News, a morning paper, launched about six months ago. Can we interest you in an all-wool cheviot suii;, handsomely braided,jacket and skirt, the jacket silk lined throughout, for 36.48; blue, black, tan and brown. —Bee Hive. The Ladies' Social club of the Cumberland Cumberland Presbyterian church will give a -carpetrag sewing tomorrow at, the home of Mrs. John Etnire, on Linden avenue. A full attendance desiied. We want to impress upon you that our millinery department will sell you a hat with taore style and character and better material for S3.50 and ?5 than you have ever seen—Bee Hive. The ashes from the body of an or. or. dinary person, reduced in a crematory, crematory, will waigh one pound and nine ounces. By mistake it was made to appear that six pounds would be the weight. Mrs. Mary Helm, widow of Fred Helm, and Samuel Beebe. of Walton, were married this morning at 10 o'clock by Eev. Patrick, at the home of Mrs. Davenport, on Market street, near Third. A fac-simile of the great Morro Castle.' Havs.na, and reproduction of the famous battle of San Juan hill, built out cif 9,368 cakes of Eoyal 'Castile soap, on display tomorrow in onr Broadway window—Bee Hive. Mrs. Mary Shideler and daughters, Misses Nora and Alma, will go to Ft. Wayne tomorrow, where the former will visit relatives and the two young ladies will attend the meeting of the Northern Indiana Teachers association. association. Notice—The Woman's Christian Temperance union will meet in regular regular session at the Home for tha Friendless Friendless Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The election of a treasurer will take place and every member is requested to be present. Well, did you know that the Y. P. C. U. of the Southside U. B, church was going to give one of their famous nmsicales on Wednesday evening March 29th, and that they have secured secured some of the best-talent that our city affords. You are cordially invited invited to attend. Mrs. J. G. Rogers and Miss Mary "Rogers; and Mrs. Maurice Winfield will go to Indianapolis tomorrow to attend the graduation of Clark Rogers, from the Indiana Medical college. The young physician is trying for honors, which will entitle him to a place in one of the hospitals. The Beethoven Orchestral club •which appears with George Riddle tomorrow tomorrow (Wednesday*) evening consists of Paul Listman. first violin: Oscar Krug. second violin; Walter Voigtlander, Voigtlander, viola: Franz Listman. •cello: Herman Herman Weisenbangh, flute; and F. T. Edmunds, double bass. The club has tourei America and Europe with great success, every member being a soloist. Dolan's - opera house, Woman's club course. Reserved seats now on sale. One meat fork. 1 cake turner. 1 large kitchen spoon all for 10c; decorated toilet sets, $1.50,—Trade Palace. BIG snu Of Money Recovered by Receiver Selden FROM BROKERS WHO HANDLED FOR JOHN F. JOHNSON. IT State National Bank Can Now Go Out of Receivership. Through tie effort of Joseph Selden, receiver of the State National bank, which was forced to the wall by the transactions of John F. Johnson, Johnson, its president, there has now been paid into the hands of the stockholders a handsome some of money, as part of that enormous amount which was played on the board of trade. ~ Selden Selden and his attorneys, Magee & Funk, have been working on the oase for some time and three weeks ago was the first that was known of their intentions intentions . It was then that Attorney Funk appeared in the Cass Circuit court with a petition asking that the receiver be given permission to compromise a case with a large broker in a certain large city, who had been the middle man between Johnson and the board of trade. This broker was charged with having knowledge of the use of the bank's funds, and that the misused money was placed on grain by him. The petition petition was granted and Receiver Seldon Seldon today closed the deal by which the broker paid over a large sum of money, which reverts to the stockholders and closes up the receivership. The clew that led to the recovery of the money was obtained from letters left by John F. Johnson in the bank. In going through these letters the receiver was rewarded by finding the names of the various brokers who had been pulling Johnson's leg. He sent the enormous sums to them in drafts, signed, "John F. Johnson, President State National Bank." By so doing he left action open to the stockholders, by which they might recover part of the money misappropriated. In accepting accepting these drafts the brokers knew that'the money belonged to the bank, or else only Johnson's name would have been signed. A surprising amount of money was spent in this manner, the total of which is held back in the hopes of recovering more from the various other stock dealers. The recovery of this money is highly highly appreciated by the stockholders of the State National bank. It will enable enable them to settle up all outstanding obligations without an assessment on their stock and may enable them to declare a small dividend. Receiver at of the an not not. time several class citizens S. Selden and the attorney's for the bank, Messrs. Magee and Funk, are to be congratulated on the success that has crowded their efforts. Receiver Selden Selden spent Sunday with John F. Johnson Johnson and the Pharos learns that the latter evinced a willingness; to do all he could towards assisting in <;be recovery recovery of the misappropriated funds of the bank. Short One Hundred Dollars;. H. H. Hoober, living near Jeferson- ville, sent a registered letter for §200 to his brother in this city last August, and when it reached here ten days later, it was for but S100 and tbe letter letter had had been changed to read 3100. Tho matter was reported to the post- office department, and after thorough investigation, Mr. Hoober was paid S100 by the government. PURE GRAPE CNCAM OF TART**! POWOtll DR; Y.OU will always be pleased in shoes. -Stevenson & Klinsick. CREAM BAKING POHDEH Highest Honors, World's F'air Gold Medal, Midwinter F'air Arold Bating Powders containing alum. They u« injurtoci to bciJUi 0. W. and Capitol attend 1.000 of and have there a steps will tomorrow listen not has owners unpaid extent the

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 28 Mar 1899, Tue,
  3. Page 24

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