Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1898 · Page 19
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, May 20, 1898
Page:
Page 19
Start Free Trial
Cancel

pierce The Tailor Fine Goods Low Prices f 338 , . Broadway. BUST BOOSE. DR. F. M. BOZER'S Dental Parlors. ..OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK Corner of Fourth and Broadway .Central Telephone No Office 353, residence 343. D. R. DENTIST Corner Fifth and Market, Pythian Building. New Undertakers. 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. •Calif promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KlUinn was for many years foreman tor Charles L. WoU. Telephone old 281, new 817 When You Need au ABSTRACT DR A 10AH F. H. WIPPERMAN, 4»6 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance, E. H. GRACE, D.D.S- DENTAL P1B.LOB.S 316 Market Street. New Aluroinite Rubber Plates. Calls promptly attended day or night. Undertakers, 613 Broadway. phones—Office Kroetrer lb. Strain <H. ^insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written In first class com- pun'os. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Ciosson,319 Pearl St. MAKE MONEY On (.mall capital. $1.00 will start you \n the • Chicken business. Vouns Chicks for sale at Ten fed on the table scrape until fall nwlres «a nice flock for winter eggs »t no expense Hew hatch just off and ready for delivery at Poplar Poultry Park, Clifton Ave. John M. Markley, Proprietor. Local Sews From Royal Centre- and Vicinity. Runkle & Snout took In three car loads of bogs on Monday. Wheat is bringing today 81.25 pe bushel; corn, 35 cents and oats, 30 cents. Charles Fisher, of Morocco, Ind is visiting with his brother, Marion Fisher. Benjamin Skillen has been appointed administrator of tbe estate of Peter Skillen, lately deceased. Married, at the residence of 'Squire Klstler, In Eoyal Center, on the 14th inst., Elgy B. Beckley to Miss Gertrude Losher. Edward Seward, of Kistler & Kistler's harnesu shop, ha? rented tbe J. J. Schmidt, jr., property and will remove his family hsre and go to housekeeping. William Gundrum returned home Monday evening from Mud lake,where he went on a fishing trip, and reports havine caught some fine fish and had a slendid time. C. 0. Fenton, of Lngausport. spent three days in Royal Centre last week, working to increase the circulation of his paper. He will also write up the town. George W. Weyand went to Indianapolis on Monday to attend tbe meelng of the Indiana Undertakers' association, which will remain ii. session three days. Milton W. Elstler has sold his interest la the Bobbins feed and livery stable to Charles Bobbins and has gone into partnership with Ora Sbafer in tbe poultry business, The heavy rain fall on Sunday and Sunday night has stopped corn planting, so that it will be several days before the soil will be in condition to work. Many fields are partially under water. T. P. Sweet and Peter King received three car loads of stock on Tuesday, consisting of hogs, sheep and-cattle, for woich they paid 4 cents for hogs, 5@5i cents for lambs and 4 cents for cattle. C. M. Anderson and G. A. Bea went to Pulaskiville on Wednesday on a fishing trip. We will wait patiently for their return, as Charley says he never fails in having good SUCC68S at that place. J. H. Burton, wno has bsen tbe correspondent for the Logansport Times for a number of years, has resigned for the time being and O. P. Klstler has consented to furnish said paper with the happenings from Boone for the present. James Taylor and William Gundrum went to Star City on Wednesday, to look after the Mud Creek ADDITION IL ITEIS Girl wanted at 1218 Market street A colored company of soldiers is being organized at Muncie. flolbruner & Ubl- will save you money on buggies and harness. Miss Eila Worthington, of Terre Haute, is tbe guest of Miss Wise. Smoke "Our Band," the new 5c cigar, made by Shaffer & Gammili Wanted—A girl to do general housework. Apply at 405 Broadway. Wanted—A girl for general house work. Gei man preferred. Inquire at Times office. Miss Nettie Sabel, of Winamac, who has been visiting here, has returned home. Robert Weaver has completed his Klondkye outfit at Chicago and has returned home. See the Iceberg refrigerators; car load just received. All sizes and prices, at I. N. Crawford's. Wanted—Middle aged lady for ight housework in a small family. Call at 211 Wheatland street. The Knights and Ladies of Honor had a good time at theii dance at Dolan & McHale's hall last evening. Miss Lillian Noel has a very sore hand, from the effects of steam aris-, ng »rom a hot flat iron she hac thrust into a pall of water to cool. Councilman Thompson and Froner, of Lafayette, were here yesterday looking around the city for pointers They came to the right town to get them. Miss Grace Prescott accompanied Mrs. H.I. Orme to her home at Glens Valley, Ind. Mrs. Orme has been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clewell. D. 0. Buchanan, formerly of this city, is dangerously sick at Dayton, Ohio, and his children, Claude and Miss Mollie Buchanan, have been summoned to his bedside. Pharos subscribers should require our collectors to give them a regular receipt, made out at this office, wbea paying monthly subscriptions. This plan will obviate aL. mistakes in sub- Saturday Specials. In connection with our grand May sale we will give you a lew notion bargains for tomorrow. To shop most wisely is to shop here Saturday. GEORGE W. EODEFER. r^-^ Real Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Money to Loan •on mortgage or personal security. Call on me orirrtte to me at No. si Eel River avonue.east »nd of Market street bridge. & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand] Goods. SUve u§ a call. ' 209 8th street frivate Money to loan No Delaty. €• 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. »0$ Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. W. H. Rankle, of Frankfort, has -TOturned home. C. O. MiQthorn moTsd to Logans- jjort on Wednesday. F. A. Wooley moved into the T. P. &weet homestead on Tuesday. 0. E. Davis, a general agent of the Chicago Record and News, will make his headquarters in this city ia the future. Mesdames George Crawshaw, or 1123 Erie avenue, and E, B. Jones.of 1125 Erie avenue, have returned from Chicago, where they visited relatives, Gustav Minx, who has had charge of the Longcliff greenhouse, has purchased a place at Lebanon. He has resigned his position with Dr. Rogers. Peru Journal: Mrs. Ed Seeley went to Logansport yesterday afternoon on -a visit for a few days before going to Culver, where her husbind is at work tuckpointing the buildings of the Culver academy. Yesterday was Ascension Day, so named and celebrated in church observance as the recaption of the Savior into glory after his last appearance on earta. It falls on the "-last Thursday but one Before Whlt- •«und»y, or Pentecost. ditch, which is about to be constructed. They being the lowest bidders were awarded the contract. They will go to work at onct aod put in a dredge, and hope to be able So complete their work by fall. The Il-year-cld child of Rudolph Funk is seriously 111. The child has had the second stroke of paralysis and Is lying in an unconscious condition, but cannot survive but a short time. Since writing the above the child died and will be interred on Friday at 10 o'clock in the Kline cemetery. The funeral services will be held at the house,. Improred Train Serrice. To accommodate its many patrons the Yanctalia line will, commencing May 23d, extend trains Nos. 14 and 15 to run to and from Logansport, Ind. Train No. 14 will leave Logansport dally 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. Notice. Logansport Typographical ':iion No. 156 will meet Friday evening at Trades Assembly hall. A full at- teadance is desired. Election of officers for the ensuing year will take place. scriptlon accounts. It is reported ttit Charles Weimer and Jaines M. Satta escaped from the camp and walked to Chattanooga, a distance of nine miles, for the purpose of securing a square meal. Weimer is a private in Company G, Goshen, which went to Chicliamauga Sunday. Mrs. Ollie Morgan, hee Schooley wife of James Morgan, the Wabas conductor, died Wednesday at th> racily residence in Toledo. The de ceased was well-known in Lngaos port. She was related to Mrs. Walte Moore, formerly of this city, now Decatur, Ills. Flag day will secure a rousing cele bration this year. To those whos attention may not have been callei to this day recently It will be well t remember that flag day comes on June 14th. On that day in 1777 th continental congress adopted thi form of the flag, which has comi down to us unchanged save as to thi number of the stars. Here is a partial list of the bargains: Regular 25c leather belts I5c. English pins, full count, 2c paper. Horn redding combs, with metal backs, 3c. Linen thread 2c spool. Corset steels, all colors, 5c pair. Safety pins, any size, 3c paper. Full length ribbed vests 5c. Finely taped white vests lOc. Full sleeve or half sleeve vests 15c. Castile soap two bars for 4c. Fine Cream or Glycerine soap 3c cake. Best quality mosquito bar, in any color, tomorrow night, only 5c yard. Good stockinette dress shields 8c pair. Curlers, with extra strong spring, cents. Old Glory badges 5c. Leather covered belt supporters 4c. Fancy shirred silks, sold always at II 25, tomorrow night at 75c. Fancy ribbons, 3, 4 and 5 inches wide, choice 19c yard. Seamless tan or black socks, 5c pair. Fast black children's hose. 5c pair. Fast black ladles' hose, 5c pair. And other articles not Included the list, we will have on display special prices. Millinery, Do you need a new spring hat? to, just take a peep at the pretty styles displayed in the new Patterson Millinery Parlors on the second floor ef the Golden Rule, You will not regret it as your neighbor has been pleased there and surely you will be too. Plenty of salesladies to show you whether you want to buy or not. Schfflitt & fleinly. How to Climb Stair*. Many people will be surprised to know that there is a scientific way of walking op stairs. A physician in telling bow it is done says that usually a person will tread on the ball of bis foot in taking each step. This is distinctly a bad practice. It wears and tires the muscles, as is throws the entire suspended weight of the body on the mns- eles of the legs and feet. In walking up stairs the point to be secured is the most eqnal distriAjtion of the body's weight possible. The feet should be placed squarely on the step, heel and all, and then the work should be done slowly and deliberately. In this way there is no strain upon any muscle, but each one does its duty in a natural manner. The practice of bending nearly double when ascending stairs is extremely pernicious. It cramps the luags and mates the hear| work harder. Tie New Mtae Stow. A Special Bargain - - How to Prepare Steak- and Onions. The steak should lie broiled, not fried. The onions shonld be cut in thin slices, fried brown in hot bacon fat, most of the fat poured off, a layer of onions left in the bottom of the pan, the cooked steak put in, then a layer of onions on top, the whole pat in a hot oven for Sve mjnntes, when it is ready to serve. in at If LIGHTSIX6 Uncle Sam Says This is America'* Greatest Medicine. Ft will Sharpen Your Appetite. Purify and Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparflla and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the great good It Is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla it Amnhtt't QrtttMt Modioto*. Strikes in Several Places Thronghon the County Thursdar Morning. As mentioned in yesterday's Pharos lightning struck several residences and done damage to other kinds of property. Reports have since been received that Ezra Noel's barn, southeast of the city, had been set on fire by lightning und that a large amount o£ hay and grain had been destroyed. The residence of Thomas Oonn, at Onward, was struct and a large hole torn through the roof. ST. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR. One Hundred Elks Attend in a Body Last Sight. The Broadway rink was crowded last night. The St. Joseph's baiaar booths were well patronized. Ooe hundred Elks marched to the rink in a body and were entertained for several hours. The zouave squad from St. Matthew commandery, Knights of St. John, gave, a drill under Captain Fox. Tonight the celebrated slander suit will be given an airing and the rink will not be large enough to hold the crowd. He Wants Damages. Policeman William Biley, of Hunt- ingtoo, has brought suit against the metropolitan police commissioners of that city for 310,000 damages for false imprisonment. The complaint alleges that he was arrested for acting as a policeman without being authorized and that later the case was dismissed by the parties who caused his arrest. S1.50 CHICAGO AND BETUEX. Sunday, May 29th. 1S9S, the L. E. & W. will nm their first all rail excursion to Chicago ami return at the low rate of $L50. Special trains -svill leave Peru at 6 a. m. Keturniiig leave Chicago S p. m. Don't fail to take advantage of me opportunity to spend a full day in the beautiful ""WMte City." Ko Colored Racers Jfeed Apply, A manager of one of the eastera tracks is quoted as saying that he will not accept the entry during the coming eason of any colored rider. "When I made arrangements to assume the management of this track, " said the manager in question, "it was distinctly understood that: the entry of no negro was to be received, and while I hate to debar Maje Taylor, who is a good rider, I am forced to do so." If the manager in question runs any races in this conn- try this year, they will be run under the rules of the League of American Wheelmen, and if they are run under the rules of the League of American Wheelmen he will be forced to accepf every entry that is sent to him, providing it is a legal entry in the terms of the League of American Wheelmen. A legal entry, accordiag to th'e official rnJes, is any entry that is sent in by any rider in good standing with the racing board, tecompanied by the proper fee and for races in which he is eligible. All legal entries must be accepted, says the racing rules, and the first attempt that is made to shirk this rule will result disastrously for the promoter. It will be seen, therefore, that there is little likelihood of any colored rider not receiving his registration number if ho forwards the necessary $2, and once in possession of this number no track dare refuse to permit him to ride. —Brooklyn Eagle. You can economize without wearing ready-mady clothing. We mate Spring Suits to your order for $18.00 and S20.00 unequaled by competitors. Our 125.00 Suitings are the same as jour tailors gives you for $35. We can prove this. H. G. Tucker, TAILOR, Fourth and Broadway. This Beautiful Roman Chair. It is made in handsome oak and ma- hoganized curley birch, fancy ornamental spindles, carved veneered seats, very broad and comfortable. They're worth. $4.0*. Our special prices #_ ,_., only •iM'75 The second shipment of the celebrated Whitney 'Baby Carriages hive arrived and ready for inspection. THE JUDftflf TINSHQP. JOHN MEHAFFIE Proprietor. THR First National Bank CAPITAL 1250,000 A.. J. MURDOCK, PBKSIDKHT, W. W. ROSS, CABHIRB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASBT. All Kinds of Tin work Spouting and Roofing a Specialty. No. 314 Fifth Street, Mutual 'Phone No. 152. How to Cure Dyspepsia. "As painful and annoying as dyspepsia is, it may be easily and quickly cured if tbe sufferer will only be care- :ol in his daily diet," says The Ladies' Home Journal. "Abstain for a given time from all solid foods. Live at least one week on milk, one-quarter barley water or koumiss. Then, as the stomach grows stronger, take pnre milk, sipping it and swallowing it slowly. You raay take also the raw white of an egg shaken with a cap of milk, Bartbe- ow's food, plum porridge, a little craped beef broiled, and finally broiled ieef, boiled rice and pulled bread. A glass of cool, not iced, water should be aken the first thing in the morning; a np of warm, not hot, water half an hour before breakfast; for breakfast bree ounces of milk mixed with aa unce of barley -water. This schedule bonld be followed every three hours hronghout tbe entire day for one week, aking the last glass of milk half an onr before bedtime. Konmiss may be nbstitnted for the milk or used alter; ately." fne jpreM as tne Censor of Moralg. -Let the press do what we want all men to do, to seek the sonl of good, in hings evil, then it will lift itself to its ighest plane, and it -vrill accomplish ts greatest \vork, and let the people remember that the press as the censor must in the long run be but the voice of ie people who thus utter their senti- cents, carrr their condemnation or oice their praise.—Rev. Dr. Beverly Warner, Episcopal, New Orleans. NOVELTY WORKS. Office Fixtures and Partitions. Store Fronts,Counters, Shelving Turning, scroll sawing and general re- paring. Estimates furnished. Door and window screens to order. Sole agents for tbe 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 in by a child; the best thing ou the market. John A. Sturkin, Brie Avenue, between 8th and 9th 8ta. A.. J. Hurdock. W. BU Bringhum. Dennti Dhl, H. S. Rice. B. *. Tantts. I M. SiUwooA. w, T. Wujoa. Banking In all its Department* promptly and oarefuUy done. Safety to Customers and jtockholdor nosght for. Strong: He«erre Fund Maintained. NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore month, sore gams, etc. Absolutely safe palnles, The most natural-looking Teeth on new method -FLATUS, guaranteed to fit. The finest and beat method of CBOWri and BR1DUE Work. HT* No charge for extraoting without patt when new teeth are to be « 'applied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt I SUl-2 Fourth 8t. J() Ter FUher'g Drug StOf THR City National Bank. LOGANSPOBT, IND. | CAPITAL $200.000 JOHN GBAT, President, L N. CBAWTOBD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLKB, Cashier. —DtRKCTOBfl — John Gray, C. &. Newell. J. T. BUiott, Dr. W. H. Bell, A. P. Jenfcs. W.C. Pennoc*. Isaac Sbldeler, and Geo. W. Funk A SDMMER NORMAL. Loan money on personal andlicollaterai security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange on all part* of the world, WtlJ pay 2per cent per annum on certificate* of deposits, irben deposited six months: 3 per cent per annual when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults, for safe keeping of valuable papers, rents reasonable. Tlie LOGANSPOBT COMMERCIAL Eras; SCHOOL will canduct a Summer Nonnad, beginning 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's reputation an an educator t» sufficient assurance of the moat aattif «ctory results. The course of study will be especlajljr arranged to meet the demands of teachen and those preparing to teacli Thorough Instruo- tions will be given on every »ubj«ot on whiob the teacher will be required to paw examination. Tuition 10 weeks $8.00 Good board per week 2.50 M. A. MXJRTHY J. W. HOOKS DYSPEPSIA, Heartburn, Gastritis and all Stomach Dis- rders positively cured. Grower Gra- ara's Dyspepsia Remedy is a specific. ne dose removes all distress, and a permanent cure of the most chronic and «vere casea is guaranteed. Do not scf- A 50c bottle will convince the most keptical. Your Spring Sm't, Get it Made to Order by WILL CRAIG tie tailor. You're sure to feel comfortable, look 'veil and have saved money in jour pocket Will Pleas ^You, Save You Money. Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell's Office. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AMD VAN BUREk -ft. CHICAGO. Takes the burn oat, heals the wound, cures the pain. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric oil, the household remedy. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. <fc P. JU S. &. M. S. Kallroa4 <tep«t. Improvements costing' $75,000.00 hive Just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found i« any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steun beat in e~'ery ruoa. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCW, Ontf tot Ftvpttw

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free