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pierce For* The Tailor Fine Goods Low Prices SLAP AT STEELE. 1318 DR. F. M. BOZER'S Delta! Parlors, OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK. Corner of Fourth and Broadway Central Telephone No Office 383. residence 843. D. R. DENTIST Corner Fifth and Market, Pythian Building. E. H.GRACE, D.D.S. .DENTAL P1B.LOB.S 316 Market Street. Hew Alun>inite Rubber Plates. Mr. Cowgill Thinks the Congressman Hag Had Enough. Hon. Gary E. Cowgill, the prominent attorney and politician of Wabash, published a letter In this morn- Ing's Journal, In which he withdrew from the race for cjtgress. Among other things he said: "Again, I had Hoped that Mr. SteeJe, who has had the offlca now for nearly twelve years, and In fact has been IB some public office nearly all his life, would be content with what tne party had already done for him, and would, &°t was said for him by hfs friends at the last convention, keep out of this race. He had not seen fit, however, to do so,and so far as I am concerned, I have felt very little inclination to buck bis machine of apoointees and promises to office, in trying to secure this place for myself " Mr. Oowgill exposed his Ignorance of Congressman Steele's character when be admitted having hoped that the Marlon man would consent to let go. Steele has been under government pay so long that it has become a fixed habit with him bo bold office. And as he understands perfectly the ars of making a machine out of his appointees and promises to office, he is able by their aid to slide onto the "home plate" at every run. ADDITIONAL ITEM meeting of on Wednes- By order of GEORGE W. KODEFER. fteal Estate, Loans. Farm and City Property Bought. Bold or Kxoiiaiured. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on me •or write to me at No. 31 Kel River avanue.east •od of Market itrMit bridge. JJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bay and Sell Second Handj Goods. •Give ui a call. £09 6th street New Undertakers. . —• N ..808 Market street, Hoppe Building. 'Daniel Killian & Co. "CaLl§ promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. Killian waa for many years foreman for CbarleB L. Woli. Telephone old 281, new 817 When Von Need an .ABSTRACT OR A - LOAK F. H. WIPPERMAN, tS06 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance, Strain 64. Calla Promptly attended day or night. 613 Broadway. (Insurance and Loans. o anoeand Bonds written In first class com- pantos. Mono/ to loan 8 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. MAKE On scoull capital. MONEY tl.OO will atart you in the -Chicken business. Young Chicks for sale at 10 cent* eaoh. Ten fed on the table scraps until fall muses . a nice flock for winter eggs »t no expense 'New hatch just off and ready for delivery at Poplar Poultry Park, Clifton Ave. John M. Markley, Proprietor. DEiTH OF AMOS WISLEY. 1 Pioneer Citizen of Boone Towaship Passes Away. Died at hts residence three miles northwest of Royal Centre, on Monday, May 23, 1898, Amos Wlseley.one of the pioneers of Boone township. Mr. Wtsley was born in Falrfield county, Ohio, Sept. 30th, 1813, and died May 23d, 1898, being 84 years, 7 months and 23 days. Mr. Wlseley married Elizabeth Eversole. who departed this life some years aeo. Four children were born to them, three sons and one daughter, all of whom died some years ago, except Edward, who is the only heir living, He leaves a large estate, being one of the largest taxpayers of Che township. The funeral will be held on Wednesday, leaving the house at 10 o'clock. There will bs no services,as the deceased expressed himself as opposed to funerals. He will be laid to rest In the Kline cemetery, where he has a family monument already erected. One by one the old settlers of Boone are passing away, DemlDg's Minstrels. Arthur Deming, the black face comedian, who m*de a decided hit with the HI Henry mlnscrels recently in this city will star in his own company beginning with the opening of the next theatrical season. His company will be managed by Harry J. Clspham, one of the 'best known minstrel managers in the theatrical business, he having managed such aggregations as Primrose £ West, Haverly and many more of the most prominent companies known to the profession. Mr. Deming is carefully selecting a good company, and he will no doubt prove successful in bis venture. Decoration day is next Monday Girl wanted at 1218 Market street. Miss Lulu Musselmao Is visiting at Lafayette. Go to MesMnger's green house, 82! Linden ave, for choice bedding plants Mrs. Henshaw, of Marion, is the guest of Mrs. John Wilson, of Sixteenth street. There will be a call Companions of I. O. F. day afternoon.. May 25. Alice McGowan, E. C. Colonel Pollock, who has been an inmate of the county poor farm 'or some time, went to Madison, Ind., today to remain with relatives, A young turkey with four perfect legs, was hatched oa the farm of G-eo. Landls, south of Delphi, a short time ago. It lived but a short time. Tbe set of carnation doilies which was raffled oS by Mrs. Chars. Burke, of the Wesstide, was won by B. F. Keesling, who held the lucky number. J, G. Cozzens, of Chicago, la in Logansport to remain several weeks for a visit with his sisters, Mrs. Edward Murphy and Mrs Gus Murphy, of the Southslde. Norman A. Beck, ex-county surveyor, now of Chicago, is a member of the gradvating class of the Kent college of law of that city. The graduating exercises will occur on the 26th. Jacob Shafer. who died last week near Walton, was aged 78 years and had long been ill of dropsy. He leaves a son and two daughters, one of whom Is Mrs. James Wonderlick, of east Spear street. Denby Coleman, son of Dr. Asa Coleman, was a conspicuous figure in the athletic sports, last Saturday, at Eacine, Wisconsin, in which the college boys, T. Mi C. A. team and high school boys participated. Denby won in the contest of "putting the twelve pound shot," landing It a distance of 38 feet 8 Inches. FRIDAY, 5IA.T 27 Is the Date of LaPearl's Great Two Ring Circus. 'Xorelty, excellence, originalty and magitude are striking characteristics of J. H. LaPearl's circus performances this season. In this department are Seen a multitude of mew features; so many new displays are presented this year as to give the circus a new character throughout. So vast is 'the array of areni-c talent that for three solid hours, two rings and elevated -stage, a world of aerial apparatus, and the immense surrounding race course, are occupied with sensational displays participated in by over 100 peerless artists. Xew features are The rule, the old time worn numbers have been discarded to make room for the many superb attractions gathered from all parts of the -world. In the -two rings, elevated stage and- upon the aerial apparatus contained in J. H. LaPearl's Colossal Pavillion, the champions of every couQtry meet in friendly rivalry for supremacy, and compose the most varied and grandest arenic exhibition ever seen under canvas. Will exhibit on May 27th, at Kennedy's Westside grounds. HJW to Blake Giblot Soap. Giblets from two chickens, *or gibleti from one chicken and one-half ponnd o: lean beef; three pints cold water, one pint milk, two tablespoonfols flour, one half tablespoonfnl butter, one anal ocion, one tomato, one egg, salt and pepper, sprig of parsley, one bay leaf. Cleanse the giblets, cut up the beef, if it is used, and skin and chop up the onion and tomato. Pot all into the stewpan with the cold water. Let stanc for about half an hour iu a cold place and then put over the fire and simmer gently until the gihlets are very tender. Take out the giblets and nieac, throwing away the latter, and chop the giblets to a fine mince. Then put them back into the water, which should be re-enforced with boiling water so as to keep it to original quantity. Add flour and batter, etc. How to Prepare Battered Apples. Two pounds of apples, quartered, put in a fry pan thas has one-fourth pound of bntter and sprinkle with one-half pound of sugar. Set in the uv«a »aa let theja rnast slowly Private Money to loan No Delay. • 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance^and'Loans. »OS Fourth Street. ,OITY The Romich Case, The case of Thomas Mahoney, administrator of the estate of 0. P. J. Romich, deceased, vs. the P., 0., C. & St. L. Railway company, for damages, la on trial in the Howard circuit court, being taken from here on a change of venue. Romich waa a driver of an Adams Express company wagon and was crushed between two coaches while In the act of crossing the track on foot, near the Panhandle station. Attorneys Wlnfield, Kistler, Boss & Boss and Mahoney are interested in the case. June vlsit- "Mrs. John Jenks and Miss .'Jenks are at Columbus, Ohio, • Ing relatives. The horse killed by the Panhandle • special Saturday afternoon was the property of Fred Sauers . The new Logan Greys expect their new uniforms tomorrow, which consist of blue blouse, light blue pants, leggings and service hats. They All Retnrned. Captain Flynn and party returned from down the Wabash last night. The party started at 8:30J yesterday and reached Delphi at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. A monster snake was killed by Mr. Flynn when the party landed near Georgetown. JTotice. The King's Daughters will meet Wednesday afternoon, May 25, at 2 o'clock at the home of Miss Nettie Sellers, 15U Spear street. Special work and also special business will be An Investigation. All person? who are desiring in- suiance will do well to investigate the plane of the order American Plowmen. Their home office Is located in your city and their plans have bsen approved by your best attorneys. They ask you to make a favorable comparison with other methods, and feel cpnfident oJ pleasing you. Continental Council's charter is ye open, and the fees are $2 50, whlc includes medical examinations.— Office Jordan block. Rnoawaj. A team of horses belonging to Al fred Dale ran away with him Satur day afternoon. They dashed down Seventh Rtreet and ran loco Joe Me Kinsey's yard. Order American Plowmen. Continental Council No. 1 meets tonight In Progress hall, corner Mar ket and Fourth streets. Candidate: for Initiation. Be on hand promptly, SPRAINED JOINTS. ~ transacted, which will necessitate a A GoBhen woman discovered a burg-1 full attendance. —Miss Nettie Sellar under a bed and put the fellow to flight- Thus has the endless vigilance Of the sex In looking under the bed been finally rewarded. The party who took the manuscript of & song from the table of the city editor of the Pharos will not only confer a favor upon the Pharos but upon the author by returning same. Al Williams, a colored Individual, residing at Delphi, who had been summoned to appear as a witness in K law suit in the circuit court here, failed to show up when wanted last Friday. Thereupon Judge Chase is- aued an attachment and the dusky individual was brought into camp Saturday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff -Smith. lers, secretary. Boy Missing. A search is being made for Charley Tolley, the 13-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Tolley, of 1930 Market street. He left home last Friday and no one yet has seen him since then. Mr. Tolley Is the well known Panhandle conductor. Hood's Siiutulate the stomach, ^^^ • • • rouse tho liver, cure bilious- ^^» • I I 4% ness, beadache, dizziness. W** 111 S •our* stomach, con«tJp«ion, • • • • %^ etc. Price 3, matt. Sold by all dni£KUU. Tha only HI!* to tak* -wto H<xxU Bow to Treat Them So an to Relieve Pikln and Prevent Inflammation. A sprain of a joint varies greatly in severity. It may consist of a simple wrench, •without tbe tearing of any oi the ligaments, or it may be a more extensive injury, stopping just short of a dislocation. In more severe cases the tendons passing over the joint and attaching the muscles which move it to the bones may suffer considerable damage, or one ol them may be broken or torn from its attachment, bringing with it a sliver of bone. Where so mnch barm has been done to all tMe parts—bonea, ligaments, tendons and mnsoles—it is easy to understand that much pain will result and that the cure will bet tedious. In the treatment of a sprain tbe first thing to be aimed at is to relieve pain and prevent inflammation, teen to favor healing of the torn structures, and after that to restore the nse of the limb. The first of these objects is accom plisbed by absolute rest of the injured part, the limb being raised, and by iead and opium wash, a spirit lotion or sncb other local applications as the physician may prescribe. Swelling is prevented in a measure and pain is sometimes relieved by firm bandaging with a flannel bandage. When the swelling, heat and pain are gone, the limb should not be used too soon, but should be brought gradually back to health by cold douching, dry rubbing—in a direction toward the body—and passive motion. It is sometimes necessary-in very severe cases to treat tbe sprain by means of splints, exactly aa if it were a fracture or dislocation.—Youth's Companion. How to Whip Cream. Pat one pint of thick cream ia a stone bowl. Then with an egg whip beat the cream till tbick, taking care aot to beat it too long; in that case it will tnrn to butter and be ruined. Set the whipped cream for several hours on ice or in a cool place. In serving take the cream from the top, which you will find quite firm and will float on chocolate quite a while. If yon wish to nse gelatina, pnt one teaspoonful of granulated gelatina in a cnp with one tablespoonful of cold water. Let it stand five minutes. Then set the cup in a pan of hot -water on the stove. Stir until the gelatina is dissolved. Let ic cool off and add it slowly to a pint of whipped cream while beating constantly. Place for one hoar en icd or set in a cool place. NfTICE—ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned will sell at public auction pursuant ito an order of court herero- fore made, the following property, to- wit;—• One lot of cbinaware, one lot of lamps, one lot of glassware, one lot of mirrors, one lot of crockery ware, one lot of hardware, one lot of wire, one lot of earthen ware, one lot of granite ware, one lot of steel emamel war, one lot of Japanese ware, one lot of tin- ware, one lot of wooden ware, one lot of willow ware, one lot of cutlery, one lot of silver ware, one lot of jewelry, one lot of celluloid ware, one lot of sacthels, grips, and telescopes, 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, one lot of baskets, one lot of dry goods, notions, etc., one lot of aithletic aud sporting goods, one lot of fire works, one lot of brooms, one lot of school supplies, one lot of bani-moeks. one lot of dolls amd 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, one lot of novelty goods a<nd one lot of fixtures; to the highest bidder, at. No. 415 Broadway Street, Logansport, Indiana, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ra. and 3 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, Hay 2S. 1S9S. "£i?nns of Sale: 'One-tfhird cash, one- third''in three (5) months, and one- third in six (G) monitlis. The purchaser giving notes with security to the approval of the undersigned for the deferred payments. if. F. MAHO1VEY, Assignee, of Emma Dickerhoff. You can economize without * wearing ready-mady clothing. * We make Spring Suits to your 4 order for $18.00 and 82000 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, Tfce New failure Store. A Special Bargain - - This Beautiful Roman Chair. It is made in handsome oak aad nw.- loganized curley birch, fancy ornaaien- al spindles, carved veneered seats, very •road aad comfortable. They're worth 4.08. Our special prices * T Tr The second shipment of the celebrated CPhitney iBaby Carriages have arrived nd ready for inspection. THE TINSHQP JOHN MEHAFFIE Proprietor. All Kinds of Tin work. Spouting and Roofing a Specialty. No. 314 f inu Street, Mutual 'Phone No. 152. How to Treat Ked Hair Becoming!;-, Instead of being dissatisfied with their lot, women with red hair should study how to use it becomingly and be prond of the distinction of baring it. There appears to be an impression among women with red hair, says an exchange, that almost any shade of bine can be worn by them, because as a usual thing they have fair and delicate complexions, hot, as a matter of fact, blue is the one color above all others that they ooght to avoid. The contrast *is too violent and the combination is not harmonious. The shades most suitable to be worn with red hair are bright, sunny brown and all autumn leaf tints. After these may be selected pale or very dark green, but never a bright green, pale yellow, and black unmixed with any other color. Mixed colors are not becoming to red haired people, as they nearly always give them a more or less dowdy appearance. In fact, red hair is nsualJy so brilliant and decided that it must be met on its own ground and no vague, undecided sort of things should be worn with it. How to Make Hop Be«r. Boil five ounces of bopa slowly in nine gallons of water for about three- quarters of an hour. Strain over three pounds of brown sugar in a large pan, idd a little bruised ginger, and when lukewarm add yeast and let it ferment [f this is to be kept, add a little brandy, for it is not easy to keep any fluid containing sugar without it. After 24 hours strain o2 and bottle, tie down the corks ightly or draw from a stone or wooden cask as required for use. 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 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; tht btst thing on the market. John A. Sturkin, Erie Avenue, between 8th and 9th Sts. THEL First National Bank !<•(«*• part.. f»dl«a«. CAPITALJ|250,000 A. J. MTTRDOCK, PBMIDKHT, W. W. ROSS, CASHISB, J. F. BROOKMEYEB, ABST. CAIBUQL DIRECTORS: A. J. M.unlock, W, H. Brittgiunt, Deoni* Uh), B. S. Rloe, B. F, Yantii, t K. Aarwood. w, T. Wilson. Banking In all itg Department! prompter and carefully done. Safety to Customers and ftookholdnr noeght for. Strong Reierve fund Maintained. NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such aa sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely life and palnles. The most natural-looking rf iflolal Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. otCBOWN and The finest and best method BBIDtfB Work. How t» Make Slitheryback. To one pint of left over mashed po- atoes add one tablespoonful of melted bntter, a small half teaspoonfnl of salt ind saltspoonfnl of pepper. Stir in flour infficient to make a dough and knead until the mixture is smooth. Shape in- o one large cake half an inch thick, or nto four small ones, and cook in a well greased spider over a slow fire until well browned and crisp. Serve very not for breakfast or for a luncheon with -old meat Your Spring Suit, Get it Made to Order by WILL CRAIG the tailor, You're sure to feel comfortable, look 'veil and have saved money in your pocket. Will Pleas'.You, Save You Money. Pearl StNest to Dr. Bell's Office. No charge for extracting- without when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, DENTIST!, p*!» 8111-2 Fourth St. Over Flsher'i Driv Star Normal -AT THE- Lefansport Commercial High School Begins June 6th. The following are the Instructors: i Arithmetic i. Science of Teachlnj j History ( Literature THR City National Bank. LOGANSPOBT, IND.] CAPITAL $200.000 JOHN GBAT, President, I. N. CSAWFOBD, Vice Pres. F. R. VOWLS&, Cashier. —DIRECTOBS— John Graj, C. G. Newell, J. T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Bell, A. P. Jenks, W. C. Fennoct, Isaac Shldeler, and Geo. W. Funk penmanship Hiss LBSA UTEH— Music J f OORSELU Co Supt Prepare for teaching by enrolling: with in, JC.VK " •, Logaasport Commercial High School. 321, 324, 325 Fourth Street. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CUffK AID VAN BlfftE* .«. CHICAGO. DYSPEPSIA, Heartburn, Gastritis and all Stomach Dis- rders positively cured. Grower Graham's Dyspepsia Kemedy is a specific. One dose removes all distress, and a permanent cure of the most chronic and «vere caiiea is guaranteed. Do not suf- er! A 50c bottle will cozmnce the most skeptical. Loan money on personal audnoollateral security. Buy and sett Government bond*. Buy and sell foreign exchange on all part* of the world. Will pay 2per cent per arnmm on ceraflcate* of deposits, when deposited six montha; 3 per cent per annusi when left one year. Boxen In Safety .Deposit v»nlt», for safe keeping of valuable papers, rents reasonable. It's folly to suffer from that horrible plague of the night, Itching piles. Doan's Ointment cures quickly and permanently. At any drag store, 50 cent*. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. K. L. A IP. I* S. A M. S. RjQIroiul depot. Improvements costing 175,000.00 Just been completed ind the house now offers every convenience to be found in My hotel, including hot and cold wtfer, electric light ud steam heat in e~'erjr rvoM. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCeY,

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