Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 19, 1898 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 19, 1898
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John Gray's -COBNER ON- HIS ANNUAL --Bed Quilt Sale- We are now showing Spreads in white and colors, including Bates Crochet Quilts, Satin and Marseilles Spreads. Sale to continue until all are sold. Come early and get first choice. THE NEW COCNCIL The above represents an absolutel Dry Air Refrigerator, the best on the market at a low price. We have many other styles. MATT1E L JOHNSON'S Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. W. J. BARNETT, Suooenor to C. L, WolJ, Undertaker, Embalmer, Funeral TXrArinr 417 MarJcet street. CaUs attended UirCfclOr d tty or nignt Che finest outfit In the U. S.Col. C. L. Woll. -will remain with me rfc«»«*-O:ffioe j«.Bes!dence-Mu. 85:0. TJ. 168 SETH M. VELSEY Loans Money &t 6 percent. Hakes Abstracts and writes Fire, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. HHNRY WRBRR, The Merchant Tailor, ioet Brat class work. Stylish and well fit tow clothes m»de. Cleaning and repair- UV neatly done. Bee him. 324 Pearl Street :<KO:O:O:O:O DR LIDji LEPUEE. OiEce in Kejideace . 813 Market Street. Rheumatism and Diseases of Women and Children Specialties. BB. a.B. EVEKSOLE'S DEDTAL PALLORS Over Porter'* New Drug Store. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Dr- El- €> Hunt, -DENTIST- r otweth. Modern method*, modern prices, SSS.^S?jSrG-«T-. 0 B Fourth Btreet. U TeleDhone No. S2S. MONEY to LOAN any Ixwy on large gums. Geo. B. Foray McConr ell & McCoimell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. BASE BA'LL. 35ie Logansports Will Plar From Home. s crack base ball team 3>lay its first game of ball a-waj- Urora^nome at Ei-wood next Saturday. TfoeyHvSn play the Fort "Wayne's here Sunday-^tnd tie Husntingtons, at Huntington Tuesday. THE "IMMOETALr J. X" J. X. Frc«. better known as the Immortal J. K. .passed ttoongrh here this moaning- C>n tb« Wabasb. 9:48 train. He must have a liking for this section ot tbe country, naving spent several days at the house of Meridith Ty^er in dinr ton township recently. Nearly ail the passengers In the car fcnew -wno be •was and ail nad their eyes turned toTr»rd Mm, -watching 1 every move ne made 'Free refused to give hJs destination. Peter Aulheir, ST., a former well- kisown cttizen. of LogaaispoTt, after an extended visit nere. left Mcmday, on iis return trip to DnraBgo, Co!. Held its First fiegular Session Last Nisht A Schednle of Salaries For City Em- plojea Reported and Adopted. The Democrat* Getting Matters in Order For Better Management of Cily Affairs. lAll 'the -members of the city council wre present last nijrht -whon. Mayor McKee called, the- meeting to order. 'nils --was i he regular meeting nigh: of tlie city dads and as several probable changes in the minor city management -were expected to take place, •the seats for the audience were all till«l. Nearly all the newly appointed oHici.TS were present:, getting pointers nbour. the workings of the council and taking a good ••.<\vea<t" with the re.sr. of the crowd in ihe warm rooms. Mr. Oifl'c. clrairman of the .claims commit- 'toe was first called upoii and presented •a, long list of claims which arc published in another column. Dr. Hattery ri-powed the appointment of the new employe's of the electric light house as follow.-.-: X.-i'ihrtii Co*t(in>bordi'r, engineer; .i. Baltzell. assistant engineer; Jerry McCarty, firemati; Charles Hil- dehnmd, assistant fireman; Edward Leffert, itrimm-ei-; J. D. Vemon. trimmer. The appointmenits were approved, and ordered spread on record. Mr, Boyer o.f the cemetery committee reported a now organization, of rela- tires and friends of-those bm-ied in the old cemetery and asked thait the position of sexfoa of ith-at cemetery be abolished: .amd ^the care of the place put in the ihands of -the -people oi-ganiz- ing for that parpoBe. The TCStolu'tion.. passed by a full vote of the council. Xt •was-furtlher ordered tbat the sum of .$130 now expended on the old woaetcry -be nswd by the cemetery comiiii'ttef iaml the -old cemetery associaition. It was also ordei'ed that the civil engineer be iostmctwl to submit an- estimate of (the cost of tewac- and soSdin£ the ea.st ban-k of the old cemetery. Mr. Wall of the park committee..reported fhe appointment of Ed-ward Dielil as .pavk policeman at (be salary of $40 per niomth aaiil als-o the appoLn'tment of Mart Powers as janitor at $.1.25 per day. Tlie appoint- m-ents were approved. Th-e 'bontls of the newly elected and pointed' officers were read and approved by toe council. The clerk read the final estimate of ex-city 'Engineer Ray on 1he Douglass and 'Sixteenth street 'intersection, -woi-k done by Michael iBMison, and a balance of $44 rd-ei'edi paid: A petition was read from property owners residing near, tie comer of Twenty-second, and Smead streets, asking that an arc lamp be placed there. The petition was signed by W. N. Harp. "W". A. Osmer and others. It WHS referred to the electric Idght com. The T^port of the treasurer and clerk was 1 referred -to tlie finance committee. A report of the. finance irtee. on the report of Deputy Clerk MMdletan 1 and Electric Light Clerk Rog-crs was -submitted. The committee .found then- report correct. Tim report of the water works superfoi- tetideot was snbmitted and referied to the finance committee. A deed was ordered issued to Carry D. Herrick for lot 106T in Mr. Hope in consideration of S5.92. - the bead of new business. Dr. HaWery submitted a resolution, fixing he salaries of the city officers for the •n^uins year 'as follows: Mayor. -?1,000 per n.anum. City treasurer. $2.000 per annum. D-eputy treasurer. §75 per mon'th. City Clerk. .$1.200 per annum. Deputy city clerk. S65 per -month. City afttoiiie-r. §1,000 per anmim. City civil engineer. $1,000 per aa- nuai. Streeifc commissioner, ,$SOO per annum. Chief of fire department, §70 per month. Firemen. ?oO per month. Maine-men, $10 per month. Sexton at Mt. Hope cemetery, $300 per annum. Secretary board of -health, $150 per annum. Member of the board of health, other than secretary, $25 per annum. Councitmen, $150 per annum. School trustees, $150 per-anmum. Linemen of-nre department, $5 pe month in addition to salary. Janitor of city building, $20. pel monnh. ,,. . Clerk of electric light department, $00 per month. City electrician, $100 per month. Assistant electrician, $50 per month. Engineer electric light department $00 per mon'th. Assasrant engineer electric light department. $50 per month. Firemen electric light 30 per motHth. Ti-immer electric light department. $50 per mon'th and furnish conveyance. •Suji'Tintendent of Water works, Engineer water works, ?60 per momrh. Assi-skiiii engineer water works, $53 per mon'th. Park policeman. S40 per month. The motion was carried. Uncle Steve liad some objections but that is noth- i ing unusual for him. The attention of the street and sewer committee i called to the opening up of a street in n 'heights and to the Seventh. • street sewer wDiicli is too short in low tide 10 carry slops to the river ehan- <ne]s. .The committees will attend to both matters. •The toe chief reported" to the fire committee ifhat he had been- offered $75 for the old engine in the Fifteenth street fire station. The fire committee was ordered to sell the same. Mr. Austin got to -his kick -again' about the street committee and much can be es- .pected of him EO<W in the way of street improvements. The paving of the alley between Third and. Fourth streets and from Broadway to Court street was referred to the sweet committee. MEMORIAL Of the Date Willis G. Graham. Adopted 'by St. .Total Comraandery K. T. "To the past, go more dead faces every year, "As the loved leave vacant places every year." Sir 'Knights. aa?aim> are we called upon to (perform wbe sad and mournful duty of announcing the death of a be- lover. frater, Sip 'Willis G. Graham, " Having eeairly reached the bound of matfs appointed years, at last life's blessings, all enjoyed. Life's labors done. Sereneily, to Ms final rest has past. While.-the soft memory, of iis virtue yet lingers -lifce twiliight tones when- the bright sun is set. Sir Graham died at Ills home in this city on 'Sunday evenlina, May 15, 189S, at 11:45 p. m. Deceased was born "m Vim-cennes. Knox county, Indiana. Dec. IS. 1S35. He remov.ed to Logansport in 1S59 and was raaTried to Catherine Johnson 1 Sept. '6. I860. To them was born seven children. The widow and six children survive hliim. Sir Graham enlisted in the 53th Indiana regiment and afterwards in 1 the l2Srn. of which he was a. sergeant, and was a brave and gallant soldier. He was a member of Logansport Post No. 14, G. A. R. He was made a Master Mason in Tipton lodge ^'o. 33. F. and A. M.. May 15. 186S. a Royal A<rch Mason «n Logan Chapter Xo. 2. R. A. M., Feb. 24. 1S9G. received the Council Degrees ta I/ogansport Council No. 11. R. and S. M. May 13. 1S96. and created a Knight Templar in St. .Tohe Comman- dery- K- T., June 1. 1896." We are being ol'tiMi reminded that "we a;re born to die.'' and while the mandate that, summoned Sir Knight Graham from Me on earth to 'life in the "great un- known'' was not unexpected, we are forced to pause and reflect that we too -must soon pass away. Resolved. That a copy of this memorial be sent TO the family and the city papers. .TOTTX E. REDMOND. SAMUEL B. RICHARDSON. D. H. CHASE, -Committee. MANY CHANGES In (he Order Concerning 'the Removal of the Wisconsin National Guards. There has been -so many changes in the notices regarding the removal of the Wisconsin National Guard that Panhandle Officials are. unable to sra.te n-t wha.t time they will pass through Logansport. The latest advices were to the effect that there would be thirty-six carloads, and that -they would leave Milwaukee at 4 o'clock this afternoon. !n which event they would reach here between 5 and 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. They have been ordered to report at Tampa, Fla., and will be carried by the Panhandle company as far as Louisville. Ky. A TOUGH START. The Indiana Soldiers Find Inconveniences at CbiekanuBga. Hot Weither and a Kile to Carry Water Were Sot Expected. The Indiana volunteers who left Camp Mount la.st Sunday and Monday are now a paxt of the great army which has Chiekama-uga Park as its rendezvous. The boys who left Caiap Mount on Monday did not Teach Their camping ground at CMckamatiga until yesterday afternoon. For four hours yesterday afternoon they were side 'tracked between Chattanooga «ml Chi-cka- maug-a. Park. The thermometer showed 90 degrees. The distance is only nine miles but it was dark before the regiments reached the place assigned them on the ground. It is reported that some of Captain Bender's men were overcome by the intense hft-Jt. The ItiOth regiment of which Captain Bnder's company is a part has been -assigned to the First Brigade. Second Division of the First Army corps. The brigade "Will be composed of the 31-rft Michigan. 3d Pennsylvania find ICOth Indiana. The Indiana, regiments are -widely scattered, ithe IfiSth lying nearly two miles from the First, wfai-ch B'n turn is a mile or so to the east of the batteries. Each regiment will appoint a man ro carry the ma.il from Lytle postoffice, Ga., to which all mail sent 'to Indiana men must be addressed. A specfial to the Indianapolis Journal says that a. vrater famine kept Colonel Studcbaker's squad constantly on the o ail day to the nearest tvell, a mile away, and these men were exhausted at 'night. Colonel Gander's men who are in a -grove southeast of Kelly's field and several miles northeast of Studebalker's, had a similar hardship, going the same distance, but using a few •wagons, (however. Hundreds of soldiers found relief 'from the heat by bathing in. a stone quarry pool but the commanders shut this off this evening and tonight squads of Hoosiers went out to the cold waters of Chickamauga erect, sevarad miles from their tents. THE SEQUENCE Of School-boy and! School-girl Ro- •manee—Miss Elizabeth Bennett i Married. Miss Elizabeth BeiraKltt, daughter of City Marshal Bennett, of Kokorno. •who disappeared from her home and was found by her father with relatives ^CbScago, was united' in marriage",' Sunday, at the 'home of her parents, to Mf. Ed-win Dixon, of Kokonao. Concerning the wedding the Kokomo Tribune says: ''Th'te rnarrilage is quite a surprise party to the friends of. the young people, but in reviewing m the events of the immediate .past it-is easily seen that it is but the sequence of a bit of 's-chool'-boy and school-girl romance. Both Mr. Dixon and' his bride ire members of the senior class of the high school. They have been associated as students for a number of vears, but had to the la.st succeeded in keeping their love affair a secret The groom is a son of N. E. and Mrs. Dixon of South, Buckeye street, and is a tonight, industrious young man. The bride, -as is well 'known, fs fhe dangh- for of City Marshal Harry Bennett. •yit 1 \vas ono of the bright members of : ii'i- class and was quite popular in Ji-hool and in her chosen social circle. The bride has many friends in Lo- ga.nsport. She is -a niece of George Bennett of this city, and a: cousin of Clarence Bennett, the actor. SENSATIONAL SLANDER SUIT. Begins at the Broadway Rink Tomorrow Night and Closes Saturday X'ighit. •• Smoke the Onlnnbia cigar j A mock trial wi'll begin at the rink oinorrow night and will be closed Saturday -night. Miss Mazzfrae Gailagher s the defendant and George Custer the plaintiff. The plaintiff demands "iyO.OOO damages. The case will be tried before Judge J. C. Nefeon amd he following jury of physical lightweights: Andy Kay, J. D. Johnston, James McKagne. David La tag, John iux, J. G. Keip. Charles McCaffrey, Tohn HHdebrandt. Charles Sn-ell. Dr. . A. Downey, Dr. J. H. Orismond. Dr. W. H. Bell. The plaintiff will be represented by M. F. Ma-honey, Judge M. Win-field, Geo. W. Walters. Wilted Fitzer and Q. A. Myers and the defendant's interests being in charge of Geo. W. Funk. A. G. .Tenkines. Geo. K. Kisfler, Geo. A. Gamble and M. B. Lairy. John H. Schwerdman will act a* special clerk and Frank Obenchain as sheriff. ARTILLERY STATION. Business eon-tinnes good at the artillery station. One hundred and eighteen men. nave now signed. TJe following names were added to the list coday: W. P. Bamhart, It. 31. Sherricfe, J. B. Kmgery, Ohas. Hebel. W. H. Willis, Ansoa-Powell, Benjamin A. Weaver and Geo. C. Wedrt STATE MIIJI. Doesn't Seem To Be Much Show Therefor Before Next January at Nearest. CASE VZSY SUCCINCTLY STATED, Rrgimrnt at Camp Mount Receive* Part of Its Equipment and la Promised More—Gatliering of the Presbyterian Assembly at \Vinoua Pai-k — Horrible Death of a Boy Who Ate Too Freely of Khnbarb Plant. Indianapolis, May 19. — Governar Mount has ^One to Columbus. His private secretary, Mr. Wilson, was asked about the proposed ne\v state guard. -The state militia," said he. "has marched away and we are left lamenting. Nothing remains of the miiiiia except the battery at Dana, Vet-million county. There is no money available to reorganize a militia, and there can be none until the legislature meets and makes an appropriation. Xo special session will be tailed and there can be DO meeting: of the general assembly until next January." And so there you are. Xen- 15Ions*"i for tlir Volunteers. Kight hundred new blouses, with bright trass buttons, have reached Camp Mount for distribution in ihe One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth infantry. Col. John T. Barnett has also been notified that his regiment will be equipped with rifles as soon as the requisition is drawn by the regimental quartermaster, and it is expected that the troops will be provided with shoes by tonight. The blouses are a part of the 2,000 uniforms ordered by Governor Mount, with which he expected to fit out the first two regiments which left the state, but the ap- pare] did not reach the city in time. There are not enough blouses by about 200 to give each man in the regiment a new one, and the trousers have not arrived. Will Be \Vell-Equipped to Start. The rifles promised are of the Spring-field pattern, made in 1S93, and are. fitted with globe'sights. They belong- to the federal government, and have been stored at the arsenal at IndisnajXJ- )is. It is thought that when the regiment is ordered to leave Cajnp Mount, It -will be the best equipped of any of. the four from this state. No knapsacks or haversacks are in the possession of the troops at oresent. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Dr. Warren Fljmn- •vreat to Chicago today on busJnegs. Miss Jla^jore Meek and M'iss Etta Fra'di entertained at (the Meek home last nigWt. Robert Cogley the PaidiaiidJe engineer, has inamed 'Ms new toby boy Admiral D«wey Cogrley. , Take supper "wiit'li die ladies at the St. Joseph hospital May festival -at the rink fflis evening- only 15 cents. Thos. 'MeElbeny 'has joined the regi- •menfal baiul at Ohickamauga Park, Ga., and sent 'tee today to have bis comet forwarded to bim. ' Ttoe Trade Palace is having th« greatest rush to Sits silt -department at this sale ever kmoTO-a. No "wonder, such 3ow prices. See for yourself and you will buy if initeresfred. Hear the special quaiiferte composed of Mrs. 3. B. Shultz, Mrs. B. B. Mc- CanneTl. Mr. Rob t. Humphreys ami Mr. W. H. Harrison at Ithe St. .Tosepb hospital bazaar at 8:30 .this evening. At S o'clock last evening, at the WbeatlamT street M. E. parsonage. Mr. John C. Truax and Jliss Rosa N. Daggett "were tmS'ted in man-iage; Rev. .T. K. Walts -officiating 1 . 'J"be young 1 couple •will take up their residence on the Northside. Another boy was fined $9 in 'Squire Fftnder's court this momfais for jump"- i-u,sr on traLn-s^ His name is "withheld ou, account of bis paren.ts. Detective Taylor is determined to break up the dam'gea'ous practice and "will continue to arrest the 'boys. MORE "REGULARS." List at Recruiting -Srat-ion Steadily Increasing—Musicians Waited. The names of Daniel R. Taggart. William E. Mite-bell, Herbert E. Rog- trs. Ellis Cbam'bers, J-ulius C. Cole, Franfe Diebl aad Charles W. Hernm (have been added to the list at the enlisting station for regular army soldiers. The men -have been examined and wi-11 probably be sent away Saturday. Lieu'tenant Rugs bas received word from the adjuian-t asking him to endeavor ten get musicians to enlist a-s some were needed. He will probably go to Fort "Wayne or Toledo Sunday to open other recruKLng- stations. $1.50 CHIOAGO AMD .RETURN. Sunday. May 2>tib, 1S9S. the L. E. & W. will run- tiheir first all rail escur- D. to Chicago and return at the low rate of $1.50. Special trains will leave Peru at 6 a. m. Returning leave Chicago 8 p. m. .Don't fatt to take advantage of tbe«g)ortuiia | ty to spend a full day in the Sebitiful "WTiite City." THE ELKS. At the close of the session of the lodge tonight the 'Kilts will go to the rink in a body aad enjoy a snpper prepared especially for them by tb.e ladles in charge of the St. Joseph hospital bazaar. The hosiery sale at the Trade Palace is atteactiEg crofwds to otrr hosiery •counters from far aznd <aear. See them before too late. See car slso. -i ' "On The Fence." A great many shoe dealers don't know just what class of show to keep. They don't know their public. They are "on the fence." We solve the problem by keeping shoes to suit all—you are Included. Ladies' chocolate vlci kid new coin toe, Jace, 3.50 and *2.50. Ladies' cficcoiate vicl kid, coin toe lace, 3 and $2. Ladies'chocolate vici kid, 30 cent toe, lace, 2.50 and 11.50. Elias Winter THE JOHNSON WAREHOUSE Wool! Sheep's Wool!! is what we are after now. Will pay highest market price six days in the week. Wo old be please to sell you at retail, Corn, Oats, Chopped Feed, Mid- dlings, Bran, Flour, Bailed Hay and Straw and Millet Seed. Mr. Conover •will be in Galveston Tuesday forenoon to receive all the wool you will bring him and pay the top price for same. We will pay next business day for Wheat $1.20. Corn 32b- Oats 27 c. Clover seed $2,25 W. E. Kurd, Mahlon Conover. SCRAPS OP SEWS. Relating to Railroads and Their Em- ployes. The time of the Wabash new train between St. Louis and Boston, to be known as the Continental limited, lit to be thirty-one hours. Fort Wayne Sentinel: General Manager L. B'. Loree, of the Pennsylvania company, passed through the city on a special train at 12:30 m. Wednesday,, en route from Pittsburg to .Chicago, H* only stopped here a few minutes. The Wabash train, due here at. 9:48 this morning-, was delayed *t, Clymers nearly an hour by the break*' ing down of the engine. The train was finally run-to the city with one; yllnder. An engine from Peru was sent for and took the train en, while ; the old engine was pulled to the shops. • One of the most remarkable railroads In the country will soon be ( ompletedi It crosses Lake St. Olafr to the place known as the Flats, the toney Island of Detroit. In building- the bridges, driving the piles and. sheet piling, cribs, etc., 10,000 oak pile?, 2 000,000 feet of hemlock, 3,000,000 feet of white pine, 2,000,000' feet of yellow pine, 60t,000 feet of •bite oak timberl00,000 feet of white cedar and 800 tons of iron will be required. ADDITIONAL ITEMS- Tomorrow is sensational "Bargain Friday . " Don't miss It.— Bee Hive . Friday and Saturday— 12.00 jardl- niers, 98c; «1 jardiniers, 50c; 50c jar- dlnlers, 25: 6. ft. ftep ladder, 39c.— Trade Palace. Logansport Typographical union No. 196 will meet Friday evening at Trades Assembly hall. A lull attendance is desired. Election of officers for the ensuing year will take place. Ou the evening of Hay 24th Laurie J. Quinly w)ll deliver -a lecture at the court bouse. His subject will be The Crisis of Llbarty." He represents the National Direct Legislative league of America. The lecture li< free. DINNER AKD STflPPEB- The ladies in charge of the St. Joseph -hospital baaaar "will serve dinner and supper at the rink Saturday. Dinner from 11 to 1 and supper from 5 to 8 at the rinfe. The menu for Saturday dinner offers the following- tempi- ng spread: Boast Chicken, Eoast Beef, Boast V«ml Rroiro Potatoes Mashed Potatoes. Tomatoes. Boston Baited Beans Lettuce. Radishes, Onions, Picfctei Pie, Fruit : Oake. Tea, Ooffee. ABOUT COMPANY -1C, Ex-Sheriff Adams hxs lotuond from dfonapoiJs. Wbfle tfcere he talked with Colonel G render, before the departure of the 160th Regiment and < that 4be Colonel te much pfeMeft' Company M. He towr tdd aerarat te^side* Mr. A4RH» ttM €omp«By X te the best company in tt»

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