Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1898 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 18, 1898
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pierce The Tailor For* Fine Goods Low Prices WEATHER ASD CROPS. 318 DR. F. M. BOZER'S Dental Parlors. OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK Corner of Fourth and Broadway Central Telephone No Office 383, residence 343. D. R DENTIST Corner Fifth and Market, Pythian Building. New Undertakiera. —— " " ' " '~x 308 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. •'Calli promptly ftttended to, day or night. Mr. Kflil*n WRB for m«ny yean foreman for Charles L. WoU. Telephone old 281, new 817 When Ton Need an .ABSTRACT OR A LOAH 'F. H. WIPPERMAN, ?S86 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrenoe, ffeeklj Report of the Indiana Section, Department of Agriculture. Following is the weekly crop bulletin for northern Indiana, issued Monday: Warm days and cool nights and local rains were favorable to all growing crops and to plowing and plant Ing. In some localities it is still ton dry in many fields: although the ground is still cool, the early-planted corn is coming up and growing nicely. Wheat Improved wonderfully most everywhere: in Miami county it Is getting rank: in Porter county It Is fifteen inches high in many fields. Eye is heading out nicely. Oats are doing fairly well in most fields; they are short but a good siand: in JS'oble and Steuben counties oats are backward and do not look or grow well. Most potatoes are planted and coming up slowly. Clover and timothy look well, and meadows and pasturage look splendid. Gardens improved and are doing well, yielding some early vegetables. Fruit promises wall. Peaches, plums and cherries shed their bloom and the fruit is sitting well: berry bushes promise much fruit, especially gooseberries and currants. Apple trees are full of heavy bloom in Steuben, Laporte, Porter and Adams counties, Sheep shearing progresses in Steuben, Adams and Iiatrrange counties, in the latter county the fleece la heavy; ia Adams county wool sells from 13 to 20 cents per pound. Livestock is healthy and in good condition. CONVENTION POSTPONED. Democrats Will Candidate For Until Not Nominate a Congress Calls -promptly attended day or night. Undertakers, 613 Broadway. Strain M. Insurance and Loans. AU kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class com- K»nies. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. MAKE MONEY • On »m»U capital. tt.OO will start you in the •Chickenbusiness. Young Chicks for sale at Ten fed on the table scraps until fall makes a, nice flock for winter eggs at no expense New hatch just off and ready for delivery at Poplar Poultry Park, Clifton Are. .John M. Markley, Proprietor. GEORGE W. RODEFEK. Real Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or Bxphansred. Money to Loan • on mortgage or personal security. Call on me •or write tome at No. 31 BelKlver avanue.east »nd of Market street bridge. The The Democrats of the Eleventh Congressional district have decided to postpone the holding of their congressional convention until August 24th. This was deemed expedient for the reason that little attention is -expected to be given tn political matters as long as the country is engaged in war. Circuit Court. In the matter of the assignment of Emma DickerhuS, petition to sail stock granted. Jordan Hecht vs. E. D. Snyder and David Snyder: suit on note. 1 Judgment f or «147. 94. Homer Clossoa vs. Lewis Bay and others; suit on note, Judgment for $150.. In the matter of the receivership of the Georgetown mill; change made of receiver. William EL. Tyner instead of Richard Coble. gANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand] Goods. Give in a call. 209 6th street E. H.GRACE, D.D.S. DENTAL PAB.LOB.S 316 Market Street New Aluffiimte Kubber Plates. Private Money to Loan No Delay• 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance]and Loans, »O8 Fourth Street. QITY NRWS. John J. Keep and wife are visiting •friends at Toledo, O. Mrs. Jos. Elpers is slowly recovering from a long Illness. D Frank Shanteau and Effie M. Pierce have been licensed to wed. S. M. Telsey, who has been slot, • was reported worse last night. George Harrison and family have removed to the flat over 617 Broad• way, Mrs. Frank Albert is entertaining her sister, Miss Lizzie Weidener, of •Peru. Miss Maud Miller, of the Terre Haute Express, is in the city visiting relatives. • Henry Tousley's wheel broke under him last night at the corner of Fourth and Broadway. He was not hurt. Mrs. Lou Waite, who has bean vls- ' itiag Mrs. George Fender, of Wheat•land sereet, has returned to her home at Rochester. The funeral of Willis Graham was held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Ifamlly residence. Eevs. Putnam and Guthrie conducted the • acrvice. The remains were in charge Minstrels Tonight. Hi Henry, the minstrel manager, promises a large, diversified and expensive grand double company of performers at Dolan's opera house to- .nlght. There are fifty and they are all white. There is Arthur Deming, a favorite comedian; Dan Allmon;the well-known character comedians, Griffin and Cowper; the musical comedians, Look and Allmon; Harry Leighton, vosalist, and Oscar Michaells, the eminent baritone. ImproYed Train Serrice. To accommodate its many patrons the Vandalia line will, commencing May 23d, extend trains Nos, 14 and 15 to run to and from Logansport, Ind. Train No. ! 4 will leave Logansport daily except Sunday at 6:05 a. m., arriving at St. Joseph at 9:40 a, m. Train No. 15 will leave St. Joseph daily except Sunday at 5:25 p. m., arriving at Logansport at 9:00 p. m. Logan Greys. At a meeting of the new military company last night, at the rink, it was decided to name the company "Logan Greys." Taking up the name of this once famous organization means th'at this company will win fame, as they once did. of the Knights : Interred In Mt. Templar Hope. and were Uncle Sam Says This Is America't Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the great good it Is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sl AMttoat QfMtMt KediciM. ADOITION&L ITEMS A thirty-foot fish ladder Is to be bnilt in the new Uhl dam. Smoke "Our Band," the new 5c cigar, made by Shaffer & Gammill. Wanted—A girl for general housework. German preferred. Inquire at Times office. Seethe Iceberg refrigerators: car load just received. All sizes and prices, at I. N- Crawford's. Mr. Oscar Michaelis, the premier baritone soloist, with Hi Henry's minstrels, is a Logansport boy. El wood Daily Eecord: The Lo gansport ball team will probably pla here Saturday afternoon, as the horn team has sent them a challenge. Lo gansport has a good team, havln : beaten the home team two week ago. Line Wilson, who formerly resided here, but recently of Lincoln, Neb. bas been appointed quartermaster o the First Eeglment of the Nebraska troops with the rank of captain. He las been ordered to San Francisco and will leave for the Philippine glands with the troops. A few more of those choice trim med pattern hats to be sold at very ow prices. Now is tbe time to buy your nobDy dress, walking and sailor hats. The styles were never prettier and as the prices are much lower, they will cortainiy please all.—Mrs. W J. Potter, near Sixth. The luneral of Mrs. David Miller was held at 10 a. m, today from the family residence, 115 Brown street, Westslde, Eev. Putnam officiating. The pall bearers were Julius Lienne- man, Jacob Wright, Marion Swadener, Dr. Arthur Baker, John Flane gin and E. Schtnitfc. Interment was made in the Adamsbcro cemetery. Tuesday Sight Club. The Tuesday Night club held Its final meeting for 1897-98 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Snider last night. The officers elected for the ensuing year were as follows: President—Hoa. D. P. Baldwin. First Vice President—Dr. W. H. Bell. Second Vice President—William T. Wilson, Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Mary T. Dykemaa. The programme committee for 1898-9 Is E. B. McConnell, Dr. Mtlli- gan and Dr. Cady. Notice of Dissolution. The groee~y firm of Dunn Brothers, No. 425 Third street, has been dissolved by mutual consent, Edward Dunn retiring. The business will be continued by P. F. Dunn, who will pay all accounts of the late firm; and persons owing said firm are notified to pay the same to P. F. Dunn, at the grocery. P. F. Dunn Is in no way connected with the Hotel Duon. PATRICK F. DUNN, EDWARD F. DUNN. Logansport, May 11, 189S. LOCAL SEWS. The Alum Heart. Many people are suffering from some form of heart disease who have no idea of the cause of It. Any disturbance of the digestive organs affects the heart's action, and therefore every food which interferes with digestion is responsible where there are troubles of this character. It has been discovered that the use of baking powder made from burnt alum coagulates the blood very rapidly, which interferes with its free flow through the arteries and valves of that organ. Formerly alum was used as a specific for children's croup, but owing to its tendency from the causes named to produce heart failure, physicians no longer employ it. In face of such facts and in view of the overwhelming testimony of scientists as to the poisonous character of this drug when used for food purposes, can there be any excuse for the Ignorance or unconcern which permits any one to take from the grocer a package of alum baking powder, simply for the sake of saving a few cents in price? It is a healthful sign that many states are limiting by law the sale of the alum baking powder. Yen- soon it will be prohibited in all states, or treated as a poison, as it should be. But for such laws, how are the alum powders to be known by consumers. Where alum powders are not branded as such, nor their sale prohibited by-law, it is better to avoid the use of any new or doubtful brand until Jt has been analyzed. The purity of all powders may be suspected if they are sold at a price lower than the price of the best standard brands. We know the Royal to be a first-class cream of tartar powder, and if consumers insist upon having that brand, they will be sure of a pure, healthful article. In view of a recently reported case of poisoning of a whole family living near Logansport, Indiana, from the use of alum powder, it behooves averyone to use extrordinary care in purchasing their supplies. We no not hesitate to recommend the Koyal to all who are in doubt as to the powder they have been talrg, as the United States government tests placed that brand at the head of all the tartarate'powders. John Hoffman, of tihe Westside. has secured a position in a bakery at Peru. W. C. Campbell, of Wina;mac r was in the -city last evening calling on friends. Elmer Uhl is laving a. cement walk in front of ^Irs. Wessins's restaurant on Tliird Street W. J. Booth, of Lima, 0.. one of the jolliest Elks Trho ever -wore fine antlers, is in- the city on business. Tonight Lieut Major Pigley of la- diana'polds, accompanied by A. D. C. Leith and Captain. Davis, will conduct a meeting at the Third street mission. These officers will also be present and le.id the meeting tomonwr nigtit. All are -welcome. HiHitingrbon News-Democrat: "Clias. E. Oldliam. a Wabash brateruan who -rt-as arrested at Logansport several Treeks ago and. brought nere and placed in jail, was taken- before .Tudge War- bins in circuit couTt Jlonday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. OM-liam was arrested at the iwstanoe of his wife, -whom •lie maimed to escape prosecution and then- deserted lier and his cnild. He confessed judgment -in the sum of §225 to be paid a'c ralie rare of S10 per month and was then given his liberty. Tlie change against Oldteiai was that o fraudulent marriage. NEW PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES »jld aud Silver Out of Date—Brocade am Hand Embroidery la Vojue. Photograph frames have a new wrin kle this spring. The photograph frame of gold, generally of the empire style, is going out of date, and that of silver has gone ont completely. Their places are now taken by photograph frames ol rich brocade, which, just brought over from Paris, are beginning to be sold in tbe shops and have at tbe moment an especial vogue for tbe reason that they are not made in this country. For their decorativeness aa well as their novelty these brocaded picture frames are getting to be very popular. Brocades of rich and subdued colors are used, and generally tbere are tinseled edges. They curve out slightly, being stuffed out so as to stand upon the edge. The favorite color is a tone of greenish :ray, brocades of a deep red touch being also in favor, A novelty in this line is a photograph bos without a cover that holds a string of a dozen photograph frames. This string of frames folds up compactly aud fits snugly iu the box or case. Both box and frames are covered with the same arocade. Another new photograph frame is banri embroidered. It is being shown in great variety and is exceedingly eiabo rate. Such frames are done in designs of flowers, bowkncts and birds and in all the delicate colors, in tones of pinks, ilues and greens. A favorite ground for this embroidery is pink satin, though satins of all other colors are used. Some of these frames show delicate white ern- Droidery on a white satin ground. The entire frame is incased in glass to prevent soiling. Crape paper frames have a vogue, too, and are bigbly esteemed for country houses. These styles of the shops, noted by the New York Herald, are particularly pleasing because home made articles can so easily ba fashioned after them. Polishing: a Hard Wood Floor. Mucb labor may be saved in caring lot hard wood floors by the use of the 'frottoir," which is simply a heavy weight covered with carpet, to which s attached a long handle. The American Kitchen Magazine tells that an en- erprising little woman, after a journey on tbe continent, wbere this impleme in general use, improvised one by covering a brick %vitb carpet and catch ng it in tbe clamp with a long handle used for scrubbing brushes. It is unnec essary to buy patent polishes for this process. Melt a quantity of beeswax over tbe fire and stir in turpentine until t assumes tbe consistency of a paste. Jhis polish is extremely inflammable, tbe greatest care must be taken in mixing it not to allow it to come in :ontact with tbe fire. When about to use, melt a portion over tbe fire and pread a thin layer over tbe cloth cov- red brick. Begin at one corner and work sharply, taking an arm's length at a time; let the new row overlap enough o avoid showing a streak. Novelties In Jewelry. The Jewelers' Circular notes tbe fol- ovring novelties: Scarfpins for the fashionable bright daid ascot scarf, which women are ex- iected to wear this summer, ara of porting character, simulating tennis ackets, riding whips, golf sticks, etc. Gorgeous hatpins are the natural se- guenee of gorgeous hats and give much roployment to the semiprecious stones, ade, by the way, is high in favor as a aJisman and figures in these pins. ' Women who possess the large oval miniature brooches of their grandmotb- r's day set aronnd with fine large learls, as so many of these were, can lave tbem transformed into handsome ielt buckles. Unique and exceedingly rich among lew brooches are those for which a bit i the natural pearl formation furnishes the central ornament. Tbe setting is ndia gold enriched with colored gems. A diamond tortoise ornament on the bonnet is supposed to bring_good lucb- PBCUL.IAB PBEDIOAMEVTS. Oved 1,000 marJred couples in Madison coimty find themselves in a most unusual predicament. Two years ago Benjamin F. McCarthy and James Duimham were appointed justices of the peace. By a superior court decision just'handed down rieir appointment is declared illegal and their acts as justices void. It is found they have mar- Tied over LOOO couples and to make these ceremonies binding -it will be necessary for Tbe couples to be married again should anyone raise a question. The New faitare Store. ANOTHER BARGAIN. DYSPEPSIA, Heartburn, Gastritis and all Stomach Dis- rders positively cured. Grower Gram's Dyspepsia Eemedy is a specific, ne dose removes all distress, and a per;anent cure of tie most chronic and icvere casea is guaranteed. Do net safer! A 50c bottle •v^ll convince the most Business is Dull This Spring. "With so many tailors, but I don't have dull seasons any more. K"ow I adrait my $18 and S20 Suiting may be the drawing card because I make so many of them. Did you ever think about saving money on clothes? I can help you. Good goods, fit, workmanship and low prices save a world oi talk. H. G. Tucker, TAILOR, Fourth and Broadway. THE (BIDjftjIY TINSHOP. JOHN MEHAFFIE Proprietor. All Kinds of Tin work. Spouting and Roofing a Specialty. No, 3H Fifth Street, Mutual 'Phone No. 152. NOVELTY WORKS. Office Fixtures and Partitions. Store FrontSjCounters, Shelving Turning, scroll sawing and general re- paring-. Estimates furnished. Door and window screens to order. Sole agents for the Wheeler Great American Adjustable Screens; made to fit windows with or without blinds absolutely fly proof; slide easily, in wet or dry weather; can be taken out or put ia by a child the best thing on the market. John A. Sturkin, Erie Avenue, between Sth and 9th Sts. THR City National Bank. LOSANSPOHT, IND.] CAPITAL .$200.000 JOHN GHAT, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLER, Cashier. —DERECTOBS — John Gray, C.G. Newell. J. T. Elliott. Dr. w. H. Bell, A. P. Jenks, W.C. Pennons, Isaac Shldeler, and <Jeo. W. Funk Loan money on personal and;jcollateral security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange on all parts of the world, . Will pay 2per cent per annum on certificates of deposits, when deposited six months: 3 per cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults, for safe keeping uf valuable papers, rents reasonable. Yonr Spring Suit, Get it Made to Order by WILL CRAIG the tailor. You're sure to feel comfortable, look ^vell and have saved money in your pocket. Will Pleas Save You Money. Pearl St.Next to Dr. Bell's Office. Application for License. Notice is hereby given Ithat I, -the under- .ygned. -Kill make application at tbe regular une term. ZS9S, of the board of commjssion- ;rs of Cass county, Indiana, for a license to ell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in less luantities thac a quart at a tune, with the privilege of permitting the same to be drank on the premises wbere solo. The premises whereon said liquors are to be sold and drank are situated in a three-story brick building: known as No. Sli Market street. The room wherein said liquors are to be sold and drank s located on the ground floor with 20 foot irontage on Market atreet, extending north on an alley 100 feet, ana ha* a 14 foot ceflint. all xdng located on lot No. ~, in Ewing's sub division ot lota 51 and 52 original plat to Logansport, Second ward, Bel township, Cags county, ndiana, FBASK Dowsxr. No man can cure consumption. You can prevent it tnougn. Dr. Wood's rw87 Pine Sjrup cores conjjhs, colds, bronchitis astlma. Never Large Rocker. Oak and Mahogany finish, very large and very handsome, with faiicy high carved back, high braced arms, fancy turned spindles, stddle seat rocker, worth exactly $3.00. Our bargain aj _ -,. price only... * i .yi) Our Second Shipment of The Whitney Baby Carriages. 25 new ones hare just arrived XHR First National Bank CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PRBSJDJBKT, W. W. ROSS, CAJSHIZB, J. P. BROOKMEYER, . AS8T. DIRECTORS: A.J. Murdook, W. H. Bringhurst, DannU Pal, S. S. Sloe. B. F, Yantig. 1 M. a«rwood. W, T.Wilson. Banking in all its Department* promptly and carefully done. Safety to Customers and itookholder noeght for. Strong Reserve Fund Maintained. NO PAIN! NO DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore month, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. The moat natural-looking ar< \fioitl Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method ofCKOWN Mid KIDttS Work. HF" No chawe for extracting -without pail when new teeth are to be mpplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, r»T7MTTQTf Sli 1-2 Fourth St. UC.L\ 1 J.O 1 jQver Fisher's Dru* Stot A SUMMER NORMAL. The LOGANSPORT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL will canduct a Summer Normal, rinning June 6, and continuing TEN" WEEK& They have secured the services of Prof, .. W- Gamble of the city high school, r ho will have charge of this department. Prof. Gamble's reputation u an educator 1* ufficient assurance of the most aatisfactory esults. The course of study wtll be especially arranged to meet the demands of teacher* and. lose preparing 10 teach Thorough initruo- jona will oe given on every subject on which je teacher will be required to pus ezamina- .on. Tuition 10 weeks fS.OO Good board per week.... 2.59 M. A. MCTKPKT J. W. HOOKK IcCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAM BdBEk .T*. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. H-. I. A; P. I* S. & W. S. Rottro** depot. • Improvements costing $75,000,00 hive just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found' in any hotel, including hot and cold w^er, electric light and staun heat In e ''try i Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, OWKT ud Pc»»d*tc

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