Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 26, 1898 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 26, 1898
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John Gray's -COHKER 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. Lawn mowers, screen doors and •windows, refrigerators, ice cream freezers, fishing tackles, hammocks and all kinds of builder's hardware at Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. SETHM. VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and writes Fire, Tornaiio and Plate Glass Insurance. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES That Will be Held' Friday in Colon's Opera House—The Program. The commencement exercises of the Class of 'OS, Logansport High school will be held in Dolan's opera house next Friday even-isg, at S o'clock. A program has been arranged as follows: Invocation. Song "The Garden of Sleep", Isodore de Lara Miss Abbie Howe Address The Elements of Power Dr John M. Coulter. Song Selected Miss Frances Lux. Presentation of Diplomas. Benediction. There are thirty-nine members of ihe class that" will be given diplomas, a!! well known and popular young people of the city. The following is a complete list: KlizaK-iu B. Horning, Cora Elinor Toby, Robert Edwin Hainmonti-ee, KlliTMaboney, George Boll. Mary Belle lladley. Bertha May Overholser, Anna Marian Powell. Anna Laura Hawkins. Elc-nnor Pauline Robinson, Mary Blanche Elliott, Sadie Irnia Welch, Amos Palmer. Albert Eugeue Oldham. Tary Josephine Boyer. Edward 'rniiklin McCren, Alfred Henry ?nrnes, Lillian Wall.ir Taylor, Lillian Marie Rodefer, Robert J. Mc-Nitt, -Inn-y M. Bell, Fanotta Palmer, Myrtle- Ulelle Gastle, John W. Rowe, Charone Irene King, Genevra Uhl, Mary cannette Seybold. Melissa Arabel Mary B. Rotroff, Jcannette Reeves. Nellie Jane nani- sm, Bessie B. Martin. Anna A. Haney, Edwin MedJand,, Thomas Dwi'-r.ht Soodwin, Dyer J. Powell. Minnie Xel- David Rotroff, Frances Mae fenks. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Miss BeHe Evans is <;<*. Su-ecker is in on tous- HRNRY WRBRR, The Merchant Tailor, lost first c!MS work. Stylish and well fit- torctothes made. Cleaning and repair- mgneatr/ done. See him. 324 Pearl Street :KOIO:O:O.O W. J. BARNETT, Bucoeiftor to C. L, Well,. Undertaker, Embalraer, Funeral fi: ~~4^.. 417 Market street. Calm attended DireClOr JayornigUt. rhe finest outfit in the TJ. B.Col. C. L. Wall, will remain with me. rM»»«B—01Boe l«.B«gidence-Ma. 65; 0.0.1«». A NEW TEAM. One of the finest teams of horses •ver seen upon the- streets of Logansport, was .pureliased. today, by the tire department committee of the common ,-ouncil of .la fob llinshbt-rger. .the well known drtiler. The horses are sjray, of the Norman stock, and their combined ^weight: is '2.070 pounds. They are seven years of .age. well matched iml have nerve enough for amy kind of use. The team cost iln> city $-~>f) nid will be used on the combination lost- and chemical engine. DR LID/1 LEPURB. Office in Residence 813 Market Street." RbeximatJ«n> and Dlwsasee of Women and Children Specialties. ^^^^^ DR. C. B. EVEKSOLE'S DEETAL PALLORS OY«r Porter'i New Drug Store. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets Dr- EL- S- Hunt, -DENTIST- All the latert dlecoverieg In medicine and •ppnmoM to relieve pain in extraction or fill Sfofteeth. Modern method*, modern prices TJ Telephone No. 3S8. on Fourth street. MONEY to LOAN anj body on large sums. Geo. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. MEMORIAL DAY. All ladies -who desire to assist in making bouquets and set pieces for memorial day and all the children are .specially invited 'to bring flowers on Saturday May 2S*h, during the after noon and Monday morning at the homes of Mrs. Geo. Haigh S16 Norih street and witih Mrs. Kate .Ten-ness S31 Linden avenue, please bring flowers early Sarai-day and Monday morning By Order of Committee. •MeiTitt Hilton of the Western union offices is sick. To Ray ilattlieas and wife of the •Northside a girl. Mr. Shilling of The Chicago Record is in town, today. Herbert Wright is in Peru today on ••candy"' business. A'. "\V. Hfelm of Indianapolis is in the ci-ty visiting friends. Mrs. Tlios. Peden is down from Chicago visiting relatives. Man Elliott- has shipped another car -load of horses to Buffalo. Ili-ad the New Otto ad,., .silk lined imported serge suits at S10.00. A private dance will be given next Wedut-sday evening at The park. It was Si in the shade on- Fourth strwt this afternoon at .! o'clock. Tin- sefond year class of 'the High school picniced today, -dom-n the Wa- basli. C. K. Jone.s Vice President Of th? Lil'c- Assurance company of America- is in, town. Will Itwl is considpiing an invitation to play with th'.- Peru baml next Monday evening. Dr. H. D. Haftory and Dr. Kane. i.-ivc- oprued nn office in die Geiger iH-k on Market street. 'Miss Maymc Farrell lias taken a losition in the .trimnving department of Coole's carri-agw works. i.;. S. lUcC-abc- and W. W. Tallan-i Division Freight agent of Pvichmond ire ui the city on company -business. The regulars who left her- last Satur- lay are in Camy Ft. Mc-Pherson and lie being prepared for service at Mobile. What is going to be done with the ld canaiou -which has occupied valuable space in Court, park- for many moons? The head rest raffled off by Miss rim-tie Hitc-'aens, was won by Miss Anna Dean, who held the lucky number. Mrs. Cnimnrngs of Peru w-a= hir today no si-e her husband, a travelling alesman who hapiK-ned to be here on business. .SKI for silk lined double breasted rge suits and ,$-'.98 for all wool sco'rch cheviots ;iud ftraaid Army blue suits at rhe New Otto. The K'iO Indiana regiment is now- known as -the Christmi Endeavor regiment. beca.nse tlhe officers are opposed to the government caorteen. The case of Amanda.-. Montgomery TS. MOT Montgomery in which a divorce and $2000 a-limony is demanded is on trial today in the circuit -court. F. A. Auspaeh general representative of -the -St. Louis Portt Dispa-tca is in town ca-llin-g on friends and ira flis pleasant' -way making new ones. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McAllister and' to Keep Our Clerks Active Constantly Employed is Imparative. »•«»•»••»•••«•*• 500 best percale laun- dried Waists. 25 and soc for Sweaters. Finest 750 Neckwear, 380. Wash- band Bows,3 for 250. $10 Suits,all wool, now $5.981 Boy's Shirts laundried 38c Experience has taught us, no matter how hard the times or SCARCE THE MONEY, Bonafide Bargains will bring out the savings. ITEM NO. 1. For Friday and Saturday 50c 25c Boy's Percale, REAL PERCALE,Laundried Shirt Waist Mothers friend, always $i, sailor collar, sale price Finest Neckwear 380, worth 750, ISC Wash-band Bows three for only - ——- • • • DBWEY SOCIAL. A Dewey social was held at rhe Baptist chuix-h last night.. Mrs. Henry Tucker's' class of yomrff men 1 of tin Suiuleiy school. pre«nwed a large fla u-> nlw clmrch. H-artl tack, bean soup and coffee was served during the eveoi'ing. BODIES REMOVED. The work of removing the bodies from ilie rowers field to rhe new burial ground has been completed and is now ready for The inspection of. .di mo ir fl Ty eotnm'i'ttoe wliic'ti will b •Id next Tuesday. LOT NO. 2. Sio and $12 Suits, handsome styles, strictly all wool and latest style, notice figures in front of store. Choice See Our Show Window for Finest Shoes. Plain Figures. The Otto Shoe & Clothing Co. SCHOOLS CLOSED. The public schools closed todiiy. The event was celebrated by live Wcsisidn scliools, in iaie AYheadantl street church where a musical program was reaukTed. . .children- of Tan .Weft, Ohio, are visit-" ing' Mrs. McAllister's parents, Mr. •and Mrs.. Michael Hooley of the West-. side. ..... Mrs. Albert Kitaer of Peru. Mrs. Sig Frank of Princeton. Mrs: Pliil Lyons of Marion, and Mrs. Daniel Oestricher of A'incennes are visiting J. Eotihchilds and fa" niil y 'of High street. . The children of ihe more -advanced grades of The West^ide schools, gave •a-n en term in m en t this afternoon a>t the Whwi'iland. street M. E. chtirch niwler the direction of Prof. Eiclihorn. •Rev. W. E. Lonc-ta? of Philadelphia is- .in the city. He came here from Peoria where 'he attended tie funeral of bis mother, who died in Kansas <Uty and wa.s brought there fo-r burial. He is being enterM'tned by .Iota Gray a.ml family until liis departure tomorrow. REU3IOUS THOUGHT. Gems of Truth'^leaned From t:i<- Trtch- inff» of All Denominations. The sanctity of the marriage vow is the bulwark of humankind.—Rev. Or. A. Gnttmacher, Rabbi. Baltimore. Gaining Knowledge. Our knowledge is -gained by reasoning from what we do observe to what we do not— Rev. 0. J. H. Jones, Episcopal, Louisville. Godliness Is Profitable. Religion is necessary to prosper in this life and reap further reward in the life to come.—Mrs. Edith L. Peake, Revivalist. Cincinnati. An Aimertion of IMtanlinem. The first assertion of manliness is that which lies implicate in the word reverence for one's own kind.—Rev. George A. Thiiyer, Unitarian, Avoudale, 0. Worldly »n<l Godly Sorrow. Worldly sorrow produces despair and destruction, but godly sorrow, repentance and forgiveness and peaceful hap- piuess.—Rev. Charles B. Hudgins, Rome, Ga. Mutual Helpfulness. The principle of mutual helpfulness was a grand one, and men were not Christians unless they possessed and practiced it.—Rev. Dr. Robert Yost, Presbyterian, St. Louis. Men of Prayer Are Needed. Men of,, prayer have been most prominent in affairs of state and in great na tioual issues and,, strifes and are the men'; after all, whom the people feel it is/safest to trust,—Rev. J. .W. Duffey, Methodist, Washington. Patriotism and Religion. Patriotism worthy the name is reli- Chrisf, we are in tut- one true cnurcn tfl Christ! Condemning no individual, but with charity to all, we must by our lives and by OVLT prayers to the throne of grace aid" all men. our brothers, to come to the knowledge of the truth that there may once more be one fold and one shepherd. Then will the prayer of our Lord Jesus Christ be. realized.— Rev. Patrick Danby, Catholic, St. Paul. The Tower of Expectancy. It is a delightful thing to have friends, many friends, but he is a stronger man, a more useful man, who •will go on with the discharge of duty to God, though friends oue by one drop him, even his father and mother forsake him. One thing will be needful to keep such a man true at such a time, and that is expectation that the sky will clear and his motives be understood, when by them thousands have been blessed of God by the good sent to the land of the living.—Rev. Dr. William J. Cambrou, Baptist, Carnden. Mother's Love and Influence. Nothing had a greater influence over the life of the child than the impressions received from the mother. The mother love, like the gulf stream, followed the young voyager out upon the broad ocean of life where there were islands whose thores were locked with frozen surf, •where giant icebergs swept along like ghosts on the bosom of the deepi but beneath and through all .ran the warm tide of the gulf stream, melting the frozen mountains of ice and unlocking the shores of the islands until the flowers bloomed and the birds sang in the io'y of love and life. Even -so the mother's love and influence followed her children long after the lips that bad first taught them to utter their prayers Shoes for Little Feet should be selected witrj the utmost care. The comfort and proper support of a chlld'i foot is of great Importance. Our stock is full of the best stylei and the best makes, the selection of 1 just the right shoes is a very easy matter. They are easy to pay for, too. All styles of baby shoes at loweat prices. Misses' chocolate vicl kid lace, new coin toe |2 shoes for $1.50. Children's chocolate vlci kid lao*,. new coin toM-t-l.5Qili06tatfl.tO. Elias Winter TITLE QUIETED. T« the case of -1. D. M-c-Nirt vs. the unknown heirs of .lames Galloway >n 'al. tho-title to certain land was quieted by order of the circuit court today. DAILY PHABO8 THURSDAY. MAY 26. 1898- GITY TSIB.WQ ''Bargain Friday" tomorrow. Plenty of roses and carnations for commencement at Xewby's. Special prices on ribbons for- "Bar. gain Friday."—Bee Hive.. Born to Mr. and Mrs.Roy Mathias, of Linden avenue, a daughter. The Elks will mtet tonight. l£x- »lted Ruler MoSheehy will report the proceedings of the grand lodge. The deputy sheriff and denuty recorder of Pulaski county were in the city today with a patient ror Loog- clifl, Chester Home, formerly a Western TJnion messinger boy, has taken the position of dellverymao. for fl. Wiler A Co. Although the squirrel law Is not ••out" until June 1st, farmers report that bunteis are already killing the itttl* animals. Some prosecutions are threatened. ^ Ae Wertfcer. Local ralne and warmer Friday. TO SELECT OF1-TCBRS. The Loira.nsporr State Bank Dirtct- rs are in session as The Pharos goes to press. The election of officers is rhe object of the meemng. How to Clcau Lace. The following is a good method for soiled blood laca. This lace, it may be uoted, demands much care in cleaning. ?irst shake the lace gently, then in an absolutely clean and greaseless vessel it in enough water Jo cover, with a trifle of blue added to it. Boil for one aonr and repeat the operation twice more: on the last occasion, however, omitting the bine. Do not wring the lace when taking it from the water the third time, just gently press it between the hands. While still damp pass the lace through weak gum water with a little brandy and alum, and iron gently while damp. _______ nlty* Evolution. Christianity's .evolution is leavening the industrial world. 'While not inter- ferine with rutiou;il accumulation of wealth ir shall eemeut-snch a union of employer aud employed that their iutsr- est.s shail be one. Property shall be looked upon as a trust. Philanthropy shall attack the i-mses rather than, the symptoms of pauperism. Lu its highest form it shall give itself. The leaven is working in the church. Emphasis is now on the pivotal position of Jesus Christ. His character is our rallying point. His t-eachings are the essentials, the outworking of his eternal principles are the supreme evidences of the power of the g 0spe l.—Rev, Joseph Wilson Cochian. Presbyterian. Xorrhmioswr, Pa. •gion in the making. It teaches men to forget themselves in the larger unit. .It demonstrates also the inexhaustible resources of the soul.—Rev. Edward D. Towle, Unitarian, Brookliue, Mass. Value of Christian Laboring Men. Christian laboring men once inside of the church cannot help to be a moral power in the world - and iu the community. Such an ideal church may not ex- iet'in this century, but it will in the , H >xt.—Rev. Stephen A. Korthrop, Bap- tisi. Kansas City. •\VinninE One's Soul. The winning of one's soul is the enlargement of one's whole spiritual nature. Some people grow little souled, others big souled. Every one's moral and spiritual success depends upon, becoming large souled.—Rev. W. F. Slo- curn, Congretfitioualist, Chicago. The Commoner* Will Rule. As go the common people so goes •were silent iu the dust.—l)r. ft. Holland, Episcopal, St. Louis. . SWIMMING STROKES. A. Young housewives may depend on Cleveland's baking powder. It does the work just right every time. "I have used Cleveland's baking powder over as years—it .-—kn.B.F. the world. Whoever wins the world's common sense, the world's conimuu heart, the world's common manhood, will make the world's history, rule its conscience, fashion its character and decide its destiny.—Rev. Frank Milton Bristol, Methodist, Washington. Hence and War. Peace is pleasant after war. Our lifa is a warfare. If we are brave of heart, this warfare -will not be so hard. If we be not cowards, if we fight bravely, how blessed shall we be on that day wher peace is proclaimed, when the people ol God shail sit in the beauty of peace !— Rev. P. C. Yorke, Catholic, Sau Francisco. The Nation That I« Sure to Win the Day. When a nation is true to God and his principles, knowing no compromise, no hesitation; when it loves those principles, incarnates them ill its laws and institutions, aud. so far as it is in its power, insists upon.other nations honoring them, that people is always sure to win the day.—Rev. Dr. David Gregg, Presbyterian, Brooklyn. When War Ii Jn»t. In self defense nations and men may The Trcideeon, I"aul Neuman Say*, I« th« Bent For Every DUtauce. "Of all the swimming strokes," says Pan! Neuniau, "the double overarm side stroke, some times called trndgeon, is withont doubt the best stroke for every distance. The American 100 yard champion swimmer, T. Reucaor of rhe [/urline Swimming club of San Francisco, uses this to great advantage. His body is more crat of the water than I tuive ever seen before. I think that in a long distance race it is better to keep the body more in rhe water. D. M. Reeder of the Sew York Athletic club, 220 yard champion and the most prom- j ising candidate for the 100 yard, is the only champion who uses the side stroke, but I think that he would do better if he adopted a, change. "William Renssof the Knickerbocker Athletic club and B. C. Schaeffer of the University of Pennsylvania, two coming champions, and Fred A. Wenck of the New York Athletic club, an old timer, use this stroke to great advantage, and I find the stroke very suitable for myself also. The trudgeon stroke has this great advantage, that one can see all his competitors. This is not possible for the side stroke swimmer."— New York Sun. GALTEE MORE'S PRICE. RoMian Government Paid »135,OOO To* the Celebrated Iri«h Bred Race Horns. It is asserted in London that the Russian government has purchased the celebrated Irish bred racehorseGaltee More for £25,000 ($125,000). Galtee More was bred by John Gubbins. a well known Irish sportsman, who inherited, nearly a million sterling from an uncle who ha<l accumulated a vast fortune in a Cork distillery. J^e animal was the first Irish horse to win the English Derby and is one of the geven horses that have won the ao call- THE JOHNSOH WAREHOUSE ; Wool! Sheep's Wool!!, is what •we are after now.. Will pay highest market price sis days in the week. Woald 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 W. E. Hurd, Mahlon Conover. Btrike for their home and conn try; for their firesides and altars; for self preservation and for the true honor and dignity of our flag; that no fellow citizen may be molested beneath its protection: that the name of American shall be an invincible safeguard; _ that our rights may be recognized and our title to respect made inviolable,—Kev. Leon Harrison, Rabbi, St. Lonix The On« We, brethren, know with the cer- linfy of divine faith that in cqninrnnion ?ith.the " '' When you hare your teeth filled here. By the use of my "Fountain Cuspidor" the saliva is ejected from the moi'th without annoyance to the patient or delay to All the latest electrical for speed and paJnlew YOU DO NOT ©PIT tbe operator appliances work. J.Y. DENTIST, Over The Bee Hive. Lady Attendant. ed triple classic crown of the English tnrf viz, the Two Thousand Guineas at Newmarket, tbe Epsom Derby and the Doncaster St Leger, He is regarded by competent judges as one of the best How to A plan which adds greatly to the life of kid gloves has jnsJ been brought out in New York. A manufacturer of fashionable sieves who occupies a little ehop on Fifth avenue has bit upon something that makes a glove per»pi»- tion proof. So many of hie curtom«w complained abont mining their glOTM that he set to work to find something «w eliminate this trouble. It occurred to him to line ft pair of glove* with very thin oil silk, of which fine dwe» •hielde the:" " " •was reported that the Hungarian gor- •rnmentnad purchased the animal for JBSO.OOO, bttt this was erroneous. Mr. Ghibbins intimated"** the time that he h»d no intention of parting with the horse on «ny term*. G*lte« More made hi» first 2-yesr-old appearance in 189« ; the Stbckbridge reoee.—New York had a glove which peiwpirattOtt oovld not penetrate. His cnttomer* weeB- thuinagtic over his discovery. TJ»ey«ay he-i» a true philanthropist, or, wbi* i» better, a genuine humanitarian, or elee he would never have given tb« th* benefit of » discovery which i* fend to be detrimental to his i»l«*

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