Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 21, 1898 · Page 19
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pierce The Tailor Fine Goods Low Prices 3] 8 , . Broadway DR. F. M. BOZER'S Dental Parlors. OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK Corner of »ourth and Broadway Centml Telephone No Office 363, residence 343 D. R. DENTIST Corner Fifth and Market Pythian Building New_Undertafeers 808 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. CiUl mptly attended to, day or nigot. Mr iwasfor sonny yean foreman fo Cbirlei L. Well. Telephone old 261, ne»r 81 When Yon BTeefl an ABSTRACT OR A LOAN F. H. WIPPERMAN, 406 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance E- H. GRACE, D.D.S. DENTIL PAB.LOS.S 316 Market Street. New Alumiuite Rubber Plates. Undertakers, SATo^ut 613 Broadway. Strain «. (Insurance and Loans. AU Mnds of Insurance and Bonds written In flrgt class com- ,u»nie«. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. MAKE MONEY On bmall capital. Sl.OO will start you in the •Chlokenbusiness. Youns Chicks for aale at Ten red*on the table scraps until fall m»kes .«nice flock for winter eggs ut no expeu8e_ New hatch just off and ready for delivery at Poplar Poultry Park, Clifton Ave. John M. Markley, Proprietor. GEORGE W. EODEFEE. r-^*- «eal Estate, Loans. • Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on mo or write to me at No. 31 Bel Slver awmue.eaat rot ot Market street brid«e. JjANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand] Goods. • Slv« u§ a call. 209 6th street Private Honey to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. KM Fourth Street. OITY NBLWS. •"See Snider & Albor's special sale on •fine tumblers Monday and Tuesday. Bargains on diamonds for graduates, mounted and unmounted, at Hauk's. Mr. and Mrs. Wise and daughter 'have gone to Chicago to visit Mrs. S. Wise and family. Kobsrt Bsrnett, ot the Panhandle •offices Is entertainihg his sister, Mrs. 'Wells, of Los Angeles, Oal. Mrs. Dr. Stewart and daughter und Mrs. Rodney Scram will attend •the Sunday service at Wlnona. Edward Banta, city editor of the McPherson (Kan.) Republican, is In -the city visiting his cousin, Dr. H. J, .Banta. Frank Hunter has returned from ^Chicago. He has been in a hospital 'there as a result of. a fall from a .scaffold. F. A. DeMarcus, of Lafayette, is ': in the city on business. He repre- • sents the Geo. E. Bruce music house, of Lafayette. Dr. Souder has gene to Indianapolis to Me hla son, who was taken tick with pneumonia while in camp witb Company H, and who Is still confined to the hospital. CAPTAIN BENDEB . Distinguished Himself by a» Important Capture. He Is Ranking Captain of the Entire Corps—>'ews From Chattanooga. Information from Chattanoogo Is t the effect that Col. Gander's regl ment, the 160th Indiana, to whic! Captain Bender and his Loganspor boys are attached is a warm new center. Lieutenant Llcville, of Warsaw and Captain Bender, officer of the day, found a Tennessee moonshine selling in camp, and the mountainee is now In a guardhouse, to be turnet over to the federal authorities. Col Sunder is having much trouble with contraband wblsiy, and Intends t> communicate with General Brooke His men have been getting whisky from Ohio troops. Slight inaubordt nation forced the colonel to send about sixty men out into a grove to spend several hours studying the articled of war. Jack Everaell, of Company C, Lafayette, bad delirium tremenj, and it took six men to bine him In his tent. Twenty men re ported for medicine. The regiment has a fair supply of water. Guns for the regiment will be here in ten days, but drills will begin this morning. Captain Bender, of Logansport, who served four years in the late war, Is ranking captain of the entire corps IWDRIES PBOTE FATAL. Wallace Diamond's Death the Result of Yesterday's Accident. Wallace Diamond, who was struck by a Vandalla passenger train yesterday, just before noon, and knocked some distance from the track, died last evening about 5 o'clock from the effects of his injuries. It was at first thought that the injured man would recover from the terrible shock, and that aside from & badly bruised head and a broken leg that he was not fatally injured, but a later exacaina tion led the physicians to believe that internal injuries had been received, and which proved to be only too true. He was 45 years of age and leaves a wife and four children. No arrange ments have yet been made for the funeral. THE LOGiS GREX3 \ow Permanently Organized—Son- Commissioned Officers Appointed. The new military company organized by George P. Chase had anther meeting last night at Dolan & McHale's hall. The name Logan reys was adopted and the non-commissioned officers appointed as folows: Fi/st Sergeant—Fred Thompson. Quartermaster Sergeant—N. F. L. 'ournler. Third Sergeant—Lawrence Anderon. Fourth Sergeant—Rollo Brothers. Fifth Sergeant—Otto -Bruggeman. Corporals—John Howe, Wallace iouth, Will Quigley and Will Pierce. "Maine and Spain." Carl Ferguson, the 9-year-old son f Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ferguson, is n exceptionally bright boy. He wrote a poem of ten stanzas, entitled Maine and Spain." Following are he two last stanzas of the poem: "The Spanish think themselves ery neat. But when Sampson gets here he will smash them to mince meat or their comrades to eat. And when they get to Havana they will eel like a banana," 'Old brave Dewey, he has got the and. He knows a place in the hllippines for the U S. troops to and. And he can fight the Spanish iand on water or land." "Maine Right "Spain Fight." Marion McMeans is entertaining Harry Allhands, of Chicago. AOOITIO.tiL IJCEH Girl wanted at 1218 Market street. Special low prices on all merchandise for graduates at Hauk's. Wanted—A girl for general housework. Get man preferred. Inquire at Times office. See the Iceberg refrigerators: car load just received. All sizes and prices, at I. N. Crawford's. Wanted—Middle aged ladr for light housework in a small family. Call at 211 Wheatland streeB. Money to loan on mortgage securi ty on terms exceedingly liberal. Write E. L. Miller, Peru, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy, of Fourth-street, will spend Sunday in Peru, the guists of Miss Clara Dawea. Robert Kistter will graduate from the Indiana law school on the 25th. Mr. K. was formerly engaged In the cigar trade here, but is now a resident of Indianapolis. Pharos subscribers should require our collectors to give them a regular receipt, made out at this office, when paying monthly subscriptions. This plan will obviate all mistakes in subscription accounts. SFEELE's CLAIMS. BREATH AND TONE. to Will Have a Walk Orer According His Figures. Major Steele Is in Marion today, and on next Tuesday will attend the Republican congressional convention to be held in this city. His friends now claim that he will have a walkover. One who stands close to Major Steele and who professes to speak >by the card, says la a communication to he Indianapolis News: "Although Gary Cowgill, of Wa- oash; D. B. McConnell, of Logans)ort and Samuel Stutesman, of Peru, ceep up a show of still being in tha contest, politicians who are informed of the situation do not consider ihat there is any question of the re- nomlnatiou of Major Steele. There will be 141 delegates In the conven- lon and 72 will be necessary to nominate. Major Steele is sure of carrying the ull strength of his county—thirty- nine voces—eighteen in Howard, ourteen in Huntington, and at least eight in Miami. There are many delegates in Wabash and Cass county who prefer him, and there is no doubt votes from these counties would be :ast for him should they be needed. t is apparent, however, that on the first ballot Major Sfceele will have rom six to ten more votes than he needs, and for the purpose of pre- ervlng harmony in the other coun- ies he will probably counsel that the otes of these counties be glven,.to heir own candidates. It )s not ini- robable that when the convention is ailed to order that all opposition will be withdrawn, and that Major teele will be nominated by acclsma- ton." This rosy view should not dlscour- ge Judge McConnell's friends. Major teele is a "bluffer" of high degree, [e is a schemer and one of his ;hemes is to claim everything and et what he can. Judge McConnell as some very shrewd managers, 'bey are not doing much talking, ut they have prepared some sur- rlses for the bluffing statesman of he Misslssinewa. Vnnioal Advice to Vocal Student* About Controlling the Bre»th. The above title may seem a little nn- usual, as most beginners in the study of the art of singing appear to snppose that it requires a great deal of breath to make a tone. But to such a one I would emphasize the instruction, "Do not take too much breath," or I might change the phraseology and say, "Only take a little breath." What is meant by theabove direction is don't overload yourself with breath, as many do. One never does this in speaking; why should it be done in singing? Have you ever been forced to think of controlling yonr breath when speaking? Of course aot. You can speak by the honr and never think it necessary to take breath, because yon do so unconsciously at the end of every phrase or sentence, merely replacing in so doing tha small amount of air which you have just used. You are talking on what migiit be called an even lung full of air—viz, yon have never either completely filled or emptied your lungs. "When a beginner is asked to sing, be almost invariably takes into his lungs about as mnch air as he can retain. In such a condition he could not speak comfortably, and why, therefore, should he expect to sing or produce a musical tone? Waen properly used, it takes only a small expenditure of air to make tone, and a singer with his lungs only :0iflfortably filled will not have that suffocating feeling which causes him to expel nnvocalized 'air with the tone in order to get relief from the overpressure in bis lungs. Starting with the lungs only comfortably filled, a singer will find it possible, with a throat perfectly easy and relaxed, so far as his voluntary muscles are concerned, to hold a tone for a long time, because at first he will not be tempted to overblow the tone and thus waste the air, and later on, when it seems that nearly all tbe air in the Inngs is exhausted, he will find that by what I call "pulling up from beneath" he can draw on a reservoir of air which he rarely uses. The foregoing ideas in regard to con trolling the breath properly are eipress- ed by a writer in The Etude. Hie New Fflroite Store. A Special Bargain - - For Lumber Glazed windows from 40 cts • up. Lowest in town, you will save money to gire roe a call and get prices before building. DANIEL VOORHEES. Opposite Vandalla Depjt, Logaasport. lad You can economize without wearing ready-mad y clothing. We make Spring- Suits to your order ror $18.00 and S20.00 unequaled by competitors. Oar j »25.00 Suitings are the same as jour tailors gives you for $35. We can prove this . AT ISSUE. elebrated Slander Snit at tbe Kink Commences. A large crowd was at the Broadway rinfc laat night to attend the ensational slander suit which was ommenced during the evening be- ore Judge Nelson. The jury has een drawn and the witnesses summoned and nearly all the lawyers long the Row are retained In the ase. Fornoff's orchestra fnrnlsned the music between acts. The dinner given by the ladies to- ay was patronized by a large number I citizens. Jncle am ays his is America's neatest Medicine. : will iharpen our Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of iood's Sarsaparilla and begin to taka It TODAY, and realize the great ood tt Is sure to do you. •food's Sarsaparilla hi Or*; St. John Commander?. St. John Command ery No. 24, K. ., will hold Ascention day service the Masonic Temple on Sunday venlog, May 22, at 7:30. The Sir Knights and their families will celebrate this great event in tbe •'beautiful service arranged for that purpose. All Sir Knights of the city are requested to join in the service. By order of the Commandery. O. B. SARGEAKT, E. C. Attest: S. B, BICHAJRDSOX, Recorder. Improred Train Serrlce. To accommodate its many patrons the Vandalla line will, commencing May 23d, extend trains Nos. 14 and 15 to run to and from Logansport, Ind. Train No. 14 will leave Logansport daily except Sunday at 6:05 a. m., arriving at St. Joseph at 9:10 a. m. Train No. 15 will leave St. Joseph dally except Sunday at 5:25 p. m., arriving at Logansport at 9:00 p, m. Fashion's Echoes. The hue of the season is 'blue, fin! yellow is almost equally prominent in millinery. Green and lilac is a favorite color combination for light wool costumes. Crimping, plaiting, every kind of treatment produced by heat which can transform fabrics, have been made to play'their part in the novelties of tbe day. Large ostrich feather fans are once more to the fore. Entire dresses of butter colored lace made up over silk are likely to have a run this season. Guipure lace is very fashionable and nsscRbh the thinnest dress materials. The up to date woman muss nave amoag her summer gowns at lease one in some of the transparent nets or gauze materials now in vogue. Christians a* Ships. The Christian is a ship. The church, with her services, workers and ministers, is the dockyard, where by the grace of God they are built. As soon as a man confesses that Jesns Christ is the Son of God and takes Mm to be the Lord of his life he lias been christened and is ready for the launching.—Eev. J. Shane Nicholls, Presbyterian, Pittsburg. NOTICE—ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Notice is hereby given., that the undersigned will sell at public auction pursuant, ito an order_of court heretofore ma<i€, the foUoTfing property, to- wit:— | Oae lot of cbinaTrare, one lot of lamps, one lot of glassware, one lot o>f mirrors, one lot of crockery ware, one lot of terdwaTe, one lot of wire, one lot of earthen waTe, one lot of graniteware, one lot of steel emamel war, one lot of Japanese <ware, one lot of tin- ware, one l<yt of wooden ware, one lot of Trillow ware, one lot of cutlery, one lot of silver ware, one lot of jewelry, one lot of celluloid ware, one lot of sa-cthels, grips, and fciest-opes, one lot of pictures, one lot of easles and brackets, one lot of stationery, one lot of rubber goods" one lot of plush goods, one lot of books, one lot of brushes, one lot of feather dusters, oae lot of baskets, one lot of dry groods, -notions, etc., one lot of athletic and. sporting goods, one lot of fire works, one lot of brooms, one lot ot school supplies, one lot of hammocks, one lot of dolls and doll cabs, one lot of cooking utensils, one lot of nickle plated ware, one lot of toys, one lot of sleds, one lot of pocket books, oae lot of novelty goods and one lot of fixtures; to the highest bidder, at No. 415 Broadway Street, Logansport, Indiana, between lie hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, ilay 28. 1S9S. Terms of Sale: One-iiiird cash, one- third La three (S) months, and one- third in six (6) months. The purchaser ring notes wirh security to the approval of the undersigned for "che deferred payments. M. F. MAHONEY, Assignee, of Emma Diekerhoff. 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 bottle will convince the most skeptical. H.G. TUCKER. TAILOR, Fourth and Broadway. This Beautiful Roman Chair. It is made in handsome oak and m»- hoganized curley birch, fancy ornamental spindles, carved veneered seats, very broad and comfortable. They're worth. $4.0i. Our special prices <ff T Tr only * 1 '/5 The second shipment of the celebrated Whitney iBaby Carriages have arrived and ready for inspection. THE. First National Bank THE TINSHDP, 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 Fronts,Counters, Shelving Turning, scroll sawing and* general re- paring. Estimates furnished. Door and window screens to order. Sole agents for the Wheeler Great American Ad • justable 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 on the market. John A. Sturkin, Brie Avenue, between 8th and 9th 8ts. ImtlMM. CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PBWDBKT, W. W. ROSS, CASHEKB, J.F. BROOKMBYKB, Assr. CAJWZO. m RIOTOUS: A.J. Murttook. W. H. BrtQghunt, D»nnl» Chi, S. 3. RJo«, B. f . Tan Us, f H. JUnrOOd. W, T. Wlljon. Banking- 1m all iw Department* promptly and carefully done. Safety to Cuatomen and itookholdw nosgtit for. Strong Beierve Fund Maintained. NO PAIN! NO DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe tad palnles. The most natural-looking arljflolal Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method of CROWN an4 BE1DUK Work. HF~No charge for extracting without pala when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, SU W FourthBt. over FUher'i Dru* fltor City National Bank. LOGANSPOHT, IND.] CAPITAL .$200.000 JOHN GKAY, President, L N. CKATVFOED, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLEB, Cashier. —DIHECTOBS — John Gray, C. G. Newell. J. T. Elliott. Dr. W. H. Bell, A. P. Jenks, W.C. Pennoc*, Isaac Bhldeler, and Geo. W. Funk Ixsan money on personal and:[oollatenu security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange on all parts of the world. Will pay 2per cent per annum on certificate! of deposits, when deposited six months: 3 p«r cent per annum when, left one year. Boxes In Safety Deposit Vault*, for safe keeping: at valuable papers, rents reasonable. Your Spring Suit, Jet it Made to Order by WILL CRAIG the tailor. You're sure to feel comfortable, look ^rell and have saved money in your pocket Will Pleas ;You, Save You Money. Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell's Office. Takes the burn oat, heals the wound, cores the pain. Dr. Thomas' Eciectrtc oil.ithe household remedy. A SUMMER NORMAL. The LOOAKSPOBT , COJQCEECIAI. HOTS SCHOOL will canduct a Summer Normal, 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 as an eduottor U sufficient assurance of the mo« satisfactory results. The course of study will b« especially arranged to meet the demands of tea^hen and those preparing to teach Thorough Instructions will be given on every subject on which the teacher will be required to pats examination. Tuition 10 weeks $8.00 Good board per week 2.50 M. A. MURPHT J. W. HOOKB PBHTCEPLS McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CURI AND VAN BOREh .T*. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C, XK. I. & P. I* S. 4: 31. S. RmllroaA 4ep*t. Improvements costing' $75,000100 have jitst been completed, and the house- now offers every convenience to be found: in My hotel, including hot and cold water, dectrfe tight and steam heat IB e~-«ry ruom. Rates 75 cents per day and upwirds. Rrst class restaurant in connection. ' WILLIAM McCOY, OWMT u<

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