Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 12, 1898 · Page 19
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pierce The Tailor DULY INSTALLED Were tlie New City Aldermen Last Night. For-« Fine Goods Low Prices 3]8 . . Broadway. DR. F. M. BOZER'S Dental Parlors, OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK Corner Of Fourth »nd Broadway Central Telephone No Office 303, residence 343. D. R. DENTIST Comer Fifth and Market, Pythian Building. GEORGE W. KODEFER. Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on me •or writs to me at Ho. 81 Eel River avenue.east rod of Market street bridge. "EfANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Handj Goods. Olve us a call. 209 8th street E. H.GRACE, D,D.S. DENTAL PARLORS 316 Market Street. New Aluo?inite Rubber Plates. New Undertakers. •"~ V. 308 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KillUti was for many years foreman for Charles L. Woll. Telephone old 361, new 817 The Jiew Democratic Council Slakes thanges in the Various City Department?, To Take Effect at Once—Democrats Assume the Responsibility and Take Foil Control. The following is a list of the new city officers who were elected Ust night by the new council: City Attorney—F. M. Ktstler. City Engineer—W. A. Osmer. Street Commissioner—Jerry Kerns. Chief Fire Department—Patrick J. Farreil. Sexton Mt. Hope Cemetery—G-eo. Leflert. Janitor City Building — James Murphy. City F-lectrictan—-Geo. Warner, Assistant Electrician — Clarence Ouster. Superintendent Water Works—C. B. Burgman, Electric Light Clerk—George W. Cann. Board of Health—Drs. Downey, Gilbert and Bradfield. When Mayor McKae called the oity council to order last night, one of the largest crowds was present that has been In the council chamber for some time. They were drawn there to witness the gotrg out and coming in of the old and new councllmen and to see what changes would be made in the city government employes. At 7:45 the meeting was called to order and every member was present except Mr. Keiscr. All the new members were present and in readiness to be introduced and sworn into the new duties which are so soon to become part of the daily routine of their When You Need an ABSTRACT OR A LOAH F. H. WIPPERMAN, .306 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance, Undertakers, 613 Broadway. Strain 64. insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written In first olaaa com- panlei. Money to loan « per cent, S. M. Clos8on,319 Pearl St. MAKE MONEY On wnall capital. fl.OO-wUl start you in the •Chickenbusiness. Young Chicks for sale at 10 cents each. Ten fed on the table scraps until fall makes a nice nook for winter eggs »t no expense New hatch just off and ready for delivery at Poplar Poultry Park. Clifton Ave. John M. Markley, Proprietor. Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurancejand Loans. SWJ-S Fourth Street. OITYNRWS. 'Wm. Dolan and daughter Gertrude are in Cbicago. Girl wanted at 1218 Market street. —W. C. Routh. Mike Hannatln is again OD the road in the interest of J, T. Elliott & Co., wholesale grocers, Al Bringhurst, Line Ullery and John Goulson and a number of others are preparing for a few days' tishing expedition to Lake Maxinkuckee. The city of St. Louis, by order of the mayor and council, has set apart next Saturday as a public hol.day in celebration of Admiral Dewey's great victory over the Spaniards in Manila harbor. The Logansport Construction company has secured the contract for a new steel floor for the Dean bridge at Hoover's and a forty-foot span across the old-oanal at Georgetown. August Gleitz secured the contract for the stone work. ^The liveliest college scrap known at Purdue university in some years occurred late last nigtt between the senior? and juniors, the former having arranged to give a dance in West .Lafayette and the latter attempting to prevent the affair. I lives. The roll call of the old members was made for the last time, which was followed by the reading of the minutes. Mayor McKee then called for the Introduction of the new councilman. Mr. RiDgltbsn, of the First ward, tb;iDked the city officials for their kindness during nis incumbency and ended by introducing Mr. Crowe, who acknowledged the same in a manne that assured his hearers that h will have a voice In the council in the future. From the Secnnd ward Mr. Haigh introduced W. H, Porter, and said that he hoped the new council woulc nnteat "Crowe or drink Porter." Mr. Palmer, from the Third ward in the absence of the retiring mem tier, Mr. Keiser, was introduced by Mayor MoKee. Mr. Palmer said that he bad been in the council be fore and would soon be familiar with the work again. Mr. Hadley introduced Mr. Gifle and Mr. Kenney pre seated Mr. Austin in a similar man ner, both new members responding. Mr. Austin in return for the kinc introduction of Mr. Kenney, said among other things, that the street business had been neglected in tbe Fifth ward and hinted that he would straighten matters out. He fired two shots, one at ex-Street Oommi?- sioner Jamison and one in the direction of Mr. Kenney. For the first time Mayor McKee called the role of the new aldermen and announced the committees, which were approved by a vote of the council. They are as follows: Finance Committee—Crowe, Palmer and Austin. Claims—Giffe, Graf and Woll. Ordinance—Austin, Palmer and Hattery. Street—Palmer, Crowe and Dyksman. sewer—Woll, Graf and Boyer. Electric Light—Hattery, Dykeman and Crowe. Water Works—Graf, Woll and Porter. Fire—Dykernan, Crowe and Porter. Cemetery—Boyer. Dykeman and Woll. Printing—Porter, Dykeman and Palmer. Park—Woll, Crowe and Palmer. Public Improvements — Pa imer, Graf and Crowe. Prait Fund—The Mayor, Giffe and Hattery. Mr. Palmer then offered a resolution removing W. B. Ray from the office oi city engineer and declaring the place vacant. The resolution carried and was followed by one which reduced George Jamison to the ranks of a private citizen. At this stage of the proceedings Uncle Steve Boyer got warm under the collar and proceeded to call down the Democratic members. Uncle Steve cannot work his blufl on the present city council and be need not try it. All the resolutions carried by a vote of six to four, and one time even modest Will Porter forgot his instructions and voted with the majority. A general resolution was also introduced by Mr. Palmer declaring vacant the positions of chief of the flre department, eexton of Mt. Hope, janitor of city building, superintendent of water works and electric light clerk- On motion of Mr. Palmer the council thp.n proceeded to elect officers, voting by ballot. Frank M. Kistler and George C. Taber were placed in nomination for city attorney, and Mr. Kistler was elected by a vote of 6 to 4. W. A. Osmer and W. B. Bay were nominated for city engineer, and Mr. Osmer was elected by a similar vote. Jerry Kerns and George Jamison were the contestants for street •commissioner and George did not stand aoy more show than a "yaller dog." 3e lacked several votes. P. J. Farrell, the best chief the city ever had, defeated C. D Sellers. George Leffert was elected sexton of Mt. Hope cemetery, defeating Henry Voss. James Murphy was elected janitor f the city building) being opposed by Henry Polt, who got the four Republican votes, George Warner was elected to take charge of the city's electric light works, and got six votes to his opponent, Sorlbner's four. Charles .B. Burgman was given Henry Montfort's place as superintendent of the water works by the same vote, 6 to 4. Clarence Ouster was unanimously elected assistant electrician. George Cann was given the place ofF. P. Rogers as electric light clerk. Drs. Downej, Bradfield and Gilbert were elected members of the board of health, defeating Drs. Cady, J. H. Shultz and Hermann. The Pharos on motion of Dr. Hat- ABOITIOSAL ITEMS. Hood's Cure sick headache, bad M^ • • • taste in the mouth, -coated ^^M • I I jfe tongue, gas in the stomach, ^^ III ^J distress and Indigestion. l>o • • • • ^f »ot weaken, but hav« tonic eflVct. S emu. It* onlj fillt M t&ka iriUi ?'--<•. S»rs»pariU». tery was made the corporation paper, defeating the Journal,the vote stand- Ing 6 to 4. Other matter? of Importance were laid over until the next regular meeting. Tbe council, as it stands, is composed of the following gentlemen: H. D. Hattery,D. V. Crowe,Fred A. Dykeman, W; H. Porter,'George W. Palmer, Adam Graf, S. B. Boyer, W. T Giffe, Thomas Austin and G. L. Wol!. There was no business in the mayor's court this morning. Mrs. E. F. KUler and son hare returned from a visit at Indianapolis. Mrs. Frank Stutesman, of Peru, was In the city visiting friends yesterday. Mr and Mrs. A.. W. Bowen have returned from a visit with friends at LaGrange, Ind. Cement walks are bein^ laid from the street to the side entrance to the court house bisement. Money to loan on mortgage security on terms exceedingly liberal. Write E L, Miller, Peru, Ind. A convention of the State Federation of Literary clubs is being held In Bloomington. The meeting convened Tuesday. Howard Powell, of Peru, passed the examination yesterday at In- diauapolis and has joined Co. M.. of this city. E J. Twomey, wife and children, who have been visiting with the family of S. E. Dixon in Peru have returned home- The sewing circle of Bethel church, Clay township, met yesterday with Mrs, Charles Cappal, one and a half miles north, on the Michigan pike. Anthony Anhelr, of Montlcello, was in the city Tuesday evening. He has been made captain of a company recently organized at Monticello. The Pencyclubof Rathbone Sisters- will meet at the home of Mrs. Sam Anderson, corner Osage and Plum streets, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock —Ella Johnson, secretary. Parties putting in bath tubs an water closets will find It to their in teress to call on Martin M.Hughe the fifth street plumber, for low prices and good work. No boys t Marion Leader: Hon. S. E. Nich olson, of Kokomo, whose congressiona Duty of Democrats. Let it Defer be forgotten tbat the free rilver senate held up the •war resolutions until it was made certain tbat .Mark Hanna and Wall street were DOS to be allowed to enslave the Cuban re public to the money power of the world. From now on it will be the duty o: Democrats in congress to make the administration pot up a good fight against Spain and at the same time keep the Wall street gang out of Cuba.—.Sa tional Democrat. The New failure Store. ANOTHER BARGAIN. A Cold Standard Nation. We seize this opportunity to call the attention of Air. J. Pierpont Morgan and Mr. Manaua Aionzo Hauna to the fact that Spanish -4s are down Eo 3 cents, despite the fact that Spain .conforms to the monetary standard of the "most enlightened nations of earth," Bryan and Mew England. In passing we take pleasure in reminding the Boston Herald thac-Mr. Bryan likes New England well enough to visit there again. The people'there seem to be so fond of him that they •woald be sadly disappointed if he did not call again. One Such Experiment £not)gh. The administration of this government's affairs by Mark Hanna through the medium of McKiuley is the first, experiment of the kind ever attempted in this country and let us hope it will be the last. Saved the Nation's Honor. The 6,500,000 Democrats who voted for Bryan are proud of the records of Democrats in congress on the Cuban question. The Democrats saved the na tionaj honor.—National Democrat. REAL ESTATE TKAMSFEgb. Reported for the Pharos by 8«th Abstractor. M Samuel Smith to Joseph W. Griffin —Ne £ of sw } of sec 27, in Deer Creek tp. 81. Catherine MoBrlde et al. to George C. E. Kllburner and wife—Part of lot 4 in D. D, Pract's 4th add, on Pratt st. 1900, Perry Nelson and wife to Anna Morris—Lot 60 in N. S. LaRoae's 3rd add. *2,500 Leonard Wolf to John M. Cantley •One acre in sec 2, Washington tp. •100. Mary Moore et al. to The School Town of Royal Center—Part of Hendee's add to P.oyal Center. $19.10. A TILL TAPPER Visited Sos Mehrle's Grocery Yesterday Afternoon. A robbery was committed at Gus Mehrle's grocery, corner of Front and West Market street, yesterday afternoon. Between $4 and 15 were taken from the money drawer. There is no clue. Delegates to Congressional Contention J. D. McNitt, Frank Sence, Geo. Lucy,Samuel Sines,-D.D. Dykeman, has. W. Homburg, A. Hanson, Chas. Felter, William Heppe, Walter Uhl, Dr. J. B. Lynas, J. P. Martin, S. S. Helvle, Al Merrltt, Geo. Jeffries, John Brinley, Charles Spltznagle, Oliver Reed. Lewis Ross, George W. Burkhart, the postoffice address of whom s Logansport: C. F. Davis, Twelve Mile: M. W. Kistler, Royal Center: Thomas Flynn, Deer Creek: Floyd Burton, Lucerne: George W. Emery, Galveston; William J. Gibson, Bur- nettsvllle; G. S, Rlcketts, ~8ew Waverly; Daniel Bohn, Walton; Dr. Jnyder, Onward: Allen Snider, Dea- on; Edward Whitfield, Lucerne. EXCURSION TO INDIANAPOLIS. For the accommodation of persons desiring to visit soldiers in camp at State capital the Pennsylvania line l run a special excursion train to Indianapolis nest Sunday, May 15th. Special train will leave Logansport at a. m.' Returning leave Indianapolis at o'clock p. m., central time. Bound •crip rate $1.50. « The Elks. Regular meeting- night of Logans- ort lodge No, 66. B. P. O. Elks, o night. D. .A MIDDLE-TON, Sec'y. The Weather. Fair tonight and Friday, Always what yon want, Ben Fisher boom collaosed weeks ago, has lat aside hi! political ambition for th present, and is now hustling life in snrance. The Warsaw Times says an ol farmer remarked on the street tha until a few days ago he had twenty three black: Spanish chickens, bu that he got mad and killed every on of tbem. The directors of the Bank of Com merce at Eraarvflle decided Saturda to go out of business. The bank ha a capital stock of 825,000. Stat Treasurer Scholz is one of the heav iest stockholders. Depositors will b paid in full. In the United States senate ther are twelve senators wbo served in the Union army and twelve wh served in the Confedsrate army There are fifty-seven representatives wbo served in the Union army and thirty who are ex-Confederates. Not long ago a South Bend ciga manufacturer put on a new brand o cigars and marked them "Spanish Made." They did not sell. He changed the label to "Cuban Made, 1 and now they go like hot cakes. The word "Spanish" is a hoodoo in America just now. A few more of those choice trim med pattern hats to be sold at very low prices. Now is tbe time to buy your noboy dress, walking and sailor bats. The styles were never prettier and as the prices are much lower, they will cortainiy please all.—Mrs. WJ. Potter, near Sixth. Edward Cunningham, one of the oldest and most popular grocery clerks in this city, has gone to Peru, where he has purchased the grocery store owned by John P. Long. Ed's long experience in the business and hi ability to make friends assures his success. He was last employed by J J. Rothermel. It ia reported that Fred Landis, brother of Representative Landis was taken suddenly ill at Washington Tuesday night, the result of an accident received a few years ago Daring the night his case was very serious, but the attending physician, Dr. Bain, reported him better the following morning. A very large audience greeted Miss Edith Lynwood Winn. of Boston, Tuesday evening at the First Presbyterian church.- Miss Winn It a violinist of high ability and heir renditions on that instrument during the evening brought forth much merited applause. She is a pupil of Professor Kruse, of the celebrated Joachim Quartette, of Berlin. Miss Winn was accompanied on the piano by QMiss Miriam McMallen, Mrs. Henry Tucker, Misses Frances Lux, Edna Stevens, Abbte Howe and Florence Alexander. Louis D. Eichhorn also assisted during the evening. The best baking powder and flavoring extracts in the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. DYSPEPSIA, Heartburn, Gastritis and all Stomach Disorders positively cured. Grover Graham's Dyspepsia Remedy is a specific. One dose removes all distress, and a permanent cure of the most chronic and severe cases is guaranteed Do not suffer! A 50c battle will convince tie mast skeptical. Front For Olive Branr:be». General Grosvenor practically con cedes that this has been a bard sprin on doves and olive branches.—Washing ton Post. Tan and black shoes, like cut, |1.98 worth $4, cloth and vtsting top. See show window. In addition to the great saving ac knowledged by all in the New Otto shoe department over the regular shoe stores, we present to our patrons handsome decorated Ohinware; (style equal to Havilland);also chamber sets and hotel ice pitchers and cuspidors, and shine your shoes free of charge. This may not amount to much, but if you like to look neat and dressy and have your shoes shlnei daily and would keep track of the nickels and dimes, you would be surprised at the saving. This may not amount to much, but t's just tbat much more than the other stores give vou. Otto Shoe & Clothing Co. Yo0r Spring Suit, Get it Made to Order by WILL CRAIG the tailor. You're sure to : eel comfortable, look 'veil and ha?e saved money in your pocket. Will Pleas'.You, Save You Money. Pearl StNert to Dr. Bell's Office. fcCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN SURE* CT TS. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R- I. A: P. *nd I» S. A: ]nt. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 havt ust been completed, and the house now ffers every convenience to be found in my otel, including hot aad cold water, electric ;bt and stsara heat in « -cry rvom. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First ciass restaurant in connection. This Large Rocker. Oak and Mahogany finish, very large aa<J very handsome, with faiicy high carved jack, high braced arms, fancy turned spindles, siddle seat rockei, worth exactly f 3.00. Our bargain af _ _ - priceonly * >1 .y.) Our Second Shipment of the Whitney Baby Carriages. 25 new ones have just arrived First National Bank CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MURDOCH:, PBMUDKTT, W. W. ROSS, CABHISB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASST. DIRECTORS: A.J. Murdook, W. H. Brfnghum, Itonnl* rjh), i S. Hioe, B. F. Yantli. I H. a*rwoo&. W, T. Wilson. Banking in all Its snl carefully done. 3 ifety to Cuatomeri nif rhtfor. Strong Reserve Fund Maintained. Department* promptly and itcokboldar NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without paiu or after effects, such as sore mouth, soregnms, etc. Absolutely safe tad palnlea. The most natural-looking ar 1 iflolai Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. of CROWN and The finest and best method BElDttE Work. No charge for extaraotingr without when new tooth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, DENTIST! pal* 3111-2 Fourth St. Over Fiihvr't Drug Star A SUMMER NORMAL. The LOGAKSPORT COMKBBCIAL SCHOOL will canduct a Summer Normal, >eginning June 6, and continuing TEN" WEEKS. They have secured the services of Prof. A. W. Gamble of the city high school, who will have charge of this department. Prof. Gamble'* reputation M am educator It officient SHurance of the moat iattef*otorr results. The course of itody will be especially mr- ranged to meet the demands of tatuben ant those preparing to teacli Ihoroagh Inttrno- tions will be given on erery «abj»ct on whtok. tie teacher will be required to PMI examination. Tuition 10 Jweeks 18.00 Good board per week 2,5* M. A. MUBPHY J. W. HOflKK PBrNCtPM THR City National Bank. L06AKSPOKT, IKK.] CAPITAL .$200.000 JOES GRAY, President, I. N. CKATTFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLBB, Cashier. —DIHICTOB8 — John Gray. C. G. Newell, J. T. KUfottDr. '. S. Bell. A. P. JeoJcs, W.C. Pennoct, Twa< nideler. end fiteo. W. Fnnk Loan money on personal and'{oolltttorai lecurify, Buy and »eU Government bond*. Buy and tell foreign exchange oo all jwrta f the world, WiU pay 2per cent per annum on omttikMM f deposit*, when depocited alz month*: t y«r oent per annual when left oneveai-. Bozet in Safety Depotit Vaults, for wtto epiBff of valuable papers, rent* leMookbi*. Coughs and coidi, down to the TSTJ xirderland of consumption, yfald to he soothing, healing Influence of WILLIAMT McCeV, Owiw u4 >r*prfe*»t, Dr - w °°<*'« Norway Ptne Syrop.

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