Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 28, 1898 · Page 21
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John Gray's -CORNER ON— HIS ANNUAL -Bed Guilt 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, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. HHNRY WRBHR, The Merchant Tailor, ioM titt clans work. Stylish and well flt- ting clothes m»de. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 Pearl Street soso^o W. J. BARNETT, Bucceuor to C. L, Woll, Undertaker, Erabalraer. Funeral rc.A/'+Ao *17 Market street. Calls attended Director aayomlgnt. The finest outfit in the U. S.Col. C. I*. Woll, will remain with me. FMo»eB-Omcfl 16.Ke8ldenoe-Mu. 85: 0. H. 169. DR LID/1 LEPIBE. Office in Kejidence 813 Market Street. Hheumatlim and Diseases of Women and Children Specialties. DK. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DECTAL.PALLORS Ore* Porter's New Drug Btore, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Dr- Ev ©• Hunt, -DENTIST- All the latest sisoovertes in medicine and aDvliances io relieve pain In extraction or nll- Uijrof teeth. Modern methods, modern prices, Offic«^>ler a jSin e Gray'» on Fourth street. U Telephone No. 328. MONEY to LOAN num5. Mortgage or personal Security. Notes bought. Lower rates than •ny body on large sums. Geo. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY FHAEQS SATUBDAY, MAY 23, 1898. GITY 3SLB.W8 Golden Rio cotee lOc ID. cash, at Fat Dunn's this evening. Mrs. C. C. Ktstlor, of Royal Center, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mattie Jordan, of Titoh street. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Breen onter- lained a large party of friends last evening at their home at Kenneth. Dancing was indulged in. Diroree. Mallnda Terrell, by her attorneys, McConnell & McConnell, have filed suit for divorce from Darid Terrell. The parties are well known and reside in Boone townthlp. The plaintiff's petition for a restraining order, granted this mcrnlng, which prevents the defendant from disposing of or incumberlng forty acres of land near Roy»1 Center. Hasonlc Notice. IiOg»n Chapter No. 2, Royal Arch Masons, will hold a special meeting this evening Tor the puapose of conferring the Royti Arch degree. Ail Chapter Masons are urged to be present,—Cott Bajnett, H F. EDUCATION Is the True Safeguard of Society. Should >'ot be *pasm<tdic or Violent, But a (Jaiet Effort. Twenty-Eighth Annnal Commencement of the Lo£an*port High School. Entirely succt.-ssful and highly enjoyable wii-s ihe nvcifty-eiglHb annual coineiK-emnt exercises, of The Logans- ]K>rt High school, held last night at Dohm'.s ofivni house. The Theatre- was crowded by tlie relan.ivcs and friends of the- graduates. The class of "OS numbered thirty-nine •twenty-six girl* and thirteen boys., as follows: MK«-s Kli2ail>eih B. Horn- iivg. Cora K. Toby. Ella Mnhom-y. Mary B. Ihidley, Bertha M. Ovcvhol- scr, Anna M. Powi-11. Anna L. Hawkins. FluiTiK-e P. Kobiuson. Mary !!. Elliott. Sadie I AVeleh, Mary J. Bo.vw. Lillian \\*. Taylor. Li 1 Han M. Eodet'er. Faueua rainier. Myrtle A. Castile. Charlotte I. Kin?, (colored.) (Jetieont Uhl. Mary ,T. Seybolcl, Melissa A. Dalxell. Miiry B. Kotroff. .Teanneito E. ];eevt->. Nellie J. Ftanigiti, Bessie B. Martin, Anna A. Hniiiley, Minnie Nelson. Frances M. .Tanks <ind Messrs. Uobci-r E. Hammontree, George Bell. Amos Palmer, Al'beflt F,. Oldham, Edward. F. Me-Crea, Alfred H. Barnes, llobert J. MeNih't, Harry M, Bell, John TV. Piowe. Edwin Medland. Thomas D. Goodwin, Dyer J. Powell and David Eotroff. The 'theatre wsis not decorated and there were no Ixxnietts. The costumes of the young ladies were especially handsome. The class was •semted in three rows .across the •stage. Tho music was fur- nihsed by Prof. William- •Stc-Jnh.arc's full orchesitira. Miss Fiances Lux and Miss Abbie Howe were each down on the 'programme for a vocal solo, but owing to a mistake in the arrangement for carriages, Miss Miriam Mc- •MaOlen. aaid CM-r. John Miller, who were to have- accompanied them on the piano and violin, failed to appear. The school board. Messrs .1. D. Mc•Nitt. J. T. Elliott ami Q. A. Myers. Io- ffMlior wkh Snjierinteaidenif Donsrlass occupied the box on the east side of the 'theatre. The west box was 1 occupied T>y Prof. D. C. Arthur, principal of the 'High school, itogetiher with his assistant. Prof. F. M. Sprafcer and Miss Alice Millicraii teachers of latin: Prof. .T. M. Ashby and Miss Elizabeth M<-Connell, teachei-s of mathe'nia'tiics: Prof. A. M. Gamble, teacher of science: Prof. B. F. LOM:, •teacher of history; Miss Nellie Cook ami Miss Mary Putnkvm, teachers of English. The address of ithe evening was delivered by John M, CouJter, professor of Txvtany and biology in the Chicago University. His theme wa.s "Tlie Elemenrts O'f Power." settling forth the vantage of edtieation. He be.gan by .stating that "the provison-s for e<l- ncation- ill our hind are tmivorsaT. mid education! is ithe -groatest sofeguard our nation Iras." Society -has already demanded a high degree of culture, and as thiivgs-are becoming more and more inples (there is more need of educated persons a.t the helm in every de- The Academy building is now occupied by Judge Baldwin as a residence. Miss Kin?, the colored girl who grad- naw;d u-Jtli the class of '1*8, is a daughter of George C. King, ex-janitor at. the city building. Prof. 51. S. Coulter, formerly principal of (the Logansporc High school, now of Purdue L 7 niversity, is a brother of Prof. Jonn M. Coulter. Su-periB«aident Douglass informed a representative of the Pharos today that at, the begiming of the next school term the attendance at the High school would number 290 pupils, and there is plenty of room for them. CHANGES MADE In the Programme of the Decoration Daj Exercises. The Linenp of Organizations as Printed Below Will be Carried »0ut Monday. The- following is the corrected program for the proper observance of Memorial Day Muy 30, 1SOS: The people will assemble at the rink promptly at 2 o'clock p. m. The exercises will commence at 2 p. m. sharp. The program at the rink: Assembly call by the bugle. Music. Announcements by Post Commander Mnsic. Inovat.ion by Chaplain, Rev, E. S. Semans. u . ^ Music. Adda-ess by George A. Gamble. Music. The parade will be formed at 3:30 p. m. in the following order, under the commsuJ of the grand marshal, Wl- li-am M. Stewart and his assistants: •Squad of Police. Elks' Band. Logan Greys, Ca.pt. George P. Chase. Pa/triarchs Militant, Capt. J. D. Allison. Knights of St. John, Capt. John R. Fox. Knights of St. George, Capt. Chailes Kuhl. Knights Pytthiae L T . K., Captain Thos. Wilder. In-dependent Order Red Men. Logansport Artillery Company, Capt. S. A. Vaughn. Logansport Post, G. A. R. with school children. Carriages with Col. T. H. Bringhurst and the officers and past officers of the Ladies of the G. A. R. and 'Woman's Relief Corps. All citizens in carriages will form in rear of the above carriages. ! The 'police, hand,' Knights' Pythias Patriarchs Mflititaut will constitute the first division 1 and will form on Sixth Street, south of Broadway, the righ't resting on Broadway. The St. JHafchew and .St. Gexxrge commanderies. Kn'ights of -St. John Independent Order'of -Red Men.-- T3ie Logansport Artillery connpany. The Logainspout Post G. A. R. with school children: will constitute the second diivision and Tvill'• form on Broadway 'cast, of Sixth street right •res-ting• o-ii Sixth street. The carriages will form on Broadway west of -Sixth street, right resting 'on Sixth street, and will constitute the •third division. I Each division will be expected to be j ready to move promptly at 3:30 o'clock. I All societies and organizations in the citv have been invited, through the partmem: of state to gua.nl. against, the _ s _ tQ bg ^^ and take part OT [ILfflcultie,* thojt ai\' constati*ly arising. I It was ait able address ;rnd a tspleivdid lesson not only to ihe ,m«mbea-s of the grad'ii-iiing i-lnss but to the youths : who had aSiswnbled to witness the ex are earnestly requested to do so. ercises. Prof. -Coulter was .iniro-dueed by Mr. Q. A. Myers, of the school board. Mr. Myers ailso presenlted the diplomas. • NOTES. The class of 'OS contained the same number of pupils as the class of "OT. Prof. John 'M. Coulter was a member of the faculty of the Logansport Pres- byTerian Acad-emy, long sinoe defunet. Dr. James ifaathews, fatlier of R. B. Matthews, was president of The col- Mrs* Rorer fthe most famous cook in America' recommends and uses Cleveland's Baking Powder exclusively. •• I am convinced Cleveland'* is r the purest baking powder made. W pted it exclusively y Frank Swijrart, Post Commander who will. TTkh the committee assign their places in the line. The column -will marcb north on Sixtl *rreet to tie cemetery where the following program -will be executed: The Ritaa] of the G. A. R. The service of the "W. R. C. The service of the Ladies of the GA. R. By order of the committee. W. T. GIFFE J. B. WINTERS, FRANK SWIGART, Approved: William M. Stewart, Chief rarshal. MUSICAL RECITAL. Tht? pupils recital to be given In the interest of the flower mission of the IV. C. T. U., and •which was postponed on account of .school, will be given HOST Tuesday evening at the Broadway M. E. church. The recital will consist of both voc-al and instrumental' pieces?, and will be given by the pupils of so-nie of ithe best teachers ami proiui-ses to be an atractive affair. NOTICE. To the chief and members of Wea Tribe Xo. 170 and Ozandaah No. 242: By order of sachem yon are requested to meet ax wigwam promptly ai S p. m. May 2S, 1S8S. Important business to transact SACHEM. C. of -E. "An Honest Confession is Good for the Sold* Our last Friday and Saturday Sale WAS A FAILURE, NOBODY READ IT or if they did, they didn't believe it, Still we are not discouraged and RENEW OFFER FOR MONDAY, with the following ADDITIONAL GOOD THINGS for boys: , Worth to 75c 25Cts. 50c BEST PERCALE & WAISTS, S^lor Round Collar, Mother'^ friend, bcpt Including '98 pattern?. For 500 Boy's Brownie Overalls heavy quality, up to 15 years, . UP TO IS YKARS. Will also continue our sale of Men's all wool Suits new patterns at only Worth $10 and $12. Grand Army Suits ' with buttons 5. See dummies dressed in $5.98 suits in passing the store CHOICE OF C ALL for only ........................................................ •• **' New Shoe Bargains Since See Bargain Boxes and window. The Otto Shoe & Clothing Co. ATTEMPTED ASSAULTS. Upon a Young Woman/ Near the Artesian Well Last 'Night. Last night about ten- o'clock, the residents of the vicinity of the artesian: well were startled by screams which came from the direction of that place. Investigation, of the affair disclosed the face tiba,t a young couple had corne to the well for a drtok and that they ha"d wandered up the race bank after visiting the well. It appears -that the young man. who is well known about ohm, made certak] advancements toiward the young lady that s3ie objected to and that, the young man persisted, in his attentions. A scuffle ensued a.ud the young woman used her fist wiith telling effect on the head j of her assailant. By this time the girl had got back to I'he fence, near the waiter works house, whi^h is fastened to the long platform. The fight -was renewed again and the young man attempted T.Q -throw the girl over rhe fence into the' race. Then it was that she screamed for help which fa-ig-htened the yauug man and the left that vicinity j hurriedly. The young woman's name was not learned but it 'is safe to say that she will not go walking near the artesian well again, in the night tame. please leave their names with MJSS Carrie Bevan. About fifty Duntards from the neighborhood of Flora were in the city today enroute -to Illinois to atne-nd a meeting. G. W. WasMmrn, the Wabash engineer, arrived in the city last night, and will ,^pend Sundiiy with ibis family in Wellington township. He has about recovered from injuries sustained by a fall from his locomotive. I CONVENTION DATE. Democrats Name June IS for Nominating Candidates. The Democratic County Central Comiuiriee held a meeting this afternoon to n'x the date for holding the comity convention. The primaries will be held in rhe respective wards and 1 township? on .tnrd.iy June Jl and the county eoriveutIon wiH be held at the Broadway rink on Saturday June IS. The r:i-;io of representation in The convention will be one delegate for every 10 votes cast for William Jennings Bryan at ihe election in 1S06. The delegates will be apportioned by precincTs but the primaries conventions wil be held at rhe usual places for holding such cou'ventaons. The convention will be composed of nearly 500 deles-atas. '•FOURTH OF JULY MEETING." - All citizen's interes-ied in our city giving a Grand Fourth of July celebration are requested to meeit at council chamber Thursday evening next at eight o'clock.— F. A. Dykeman. B. F. Keesling. Harry S. Elliott. A. D. Fansler, Corn- mi wee. BOSTON LIGHTS WIN. The Boston Lights played at Winamac. yesterday, winning from the leading team of that town by a score of 5 to 3. Shewman pitched an errorless game for the Bos-ton Lights. The team wall play at Winamac again Mondav. ADDITIONAI, LOCALS. John Huffman is ill of scarlet fever. Harry Tomlinson is down from Ghi- casro visiting his parents. The Postoffice will close next Monday at ten o'clock on aconnt of Dec- oral ion day. There will be one delivery. A black cape found on< the show- rounds last night 'is at police headquarters. Menioers of the Fidelity Chapter No. 5S. o. E. S.. are requested, to meet at lie Temple Monday evening May 30 to complete the arrangements for the Tisit to Yotmg America Jtme 2. -AD niebers. who contemplate going trifl ANOTHER LARGE AUDIENCE Attended the Perferinance of tal'earl's Circus Last Night. Notwithstanding the threatening weather there was a large attendance at the evening performance of LaPearl's circus. The high dive made'by one of the showmen from a lofty perch before the performance, was witnessed by many people. He landed In a net stretched for that purpose. Hardly a season passes but what a man loses his life In making this perilous leap. During the evening performance the adopted daughter of Mr.LaPearl, while doing her.acMllpped from the horse and the animal stepped on her foot. Although painfully Injured, the little one appeared shortly after and did a very clever tight wire act. She is H years of age and one of the youngest bareback rider? In the country. The show went from here to Plymouth. THEY WAST LIGHTS. Letter From Bombay Order* Supply ftf Kicknm'8 Invention. Express Agent Llnville is in receipt of a letter >?m a New York express agent, who encloses a letter from John Gair & Co., of Bombay, India, ordering a box of Nickum's perpetual lights, to be sent at once, 0. O. D. Several other letters have been received by well known citizens, asking about the lights, and saying that they were just about ready to wire their residence or place of business for electaic llg;ht, but that they would prefer to have Nickum's light. Each letter asks for a certain number to be rorwardad at once. Mr. N-ickum should harry and put his patent on the market, as the people all over the world sre getting anxious. American Guild Notice. All members of Logansport Chapter of the American Guild are requested to be at 1204 Spear street, Sunday at 1:30 p. m., to attend tne funeral of Sister Flora E. Moore. Services at the Market street M. 3£. church at 2 o'clock p. m., Eev. Stewart officiating. Interment In Sh'.deltr cemetery. to Treat Soiled Drams*. A dusty dress requires an entirely different mode of treatment from a mnddy one. After coming in from a dnst storm it Bhould be removed, -with the other wraps and bonnet, and all should be shaken thoroughly.in the air, and then brushed off carefully with a Btiff clotbesbrush -which will reach into the seams. The velvet, if there is any, should b« cleaned with .a veivet brush or i clean piece of flanneL A linen cloth BO firm that it vrill not shed lies, wrong o« in a mixture of alcohol and cold water and passed quiokiy over the furfsoev .will remove the light dug* and gfo a lovely finish to the garment If iti» bvaf io * w»rm room for ttenni boors afterward, it will look almost aaj{ood«B«w. . Shoes for Little Feet should be selected wltq the utmost care. The comfort and proper support of/a child's foot is of great importance. Our stock is full of the beit stylet and the best makes, the selection of just the right shoes is a very easy matter. They are easy to pay for, too. . All styles of baby shoe* at lowest prices. Misses' chocolate vici kid lace, new coin toe $2 shoes for 11.50. Children's chocolate Tlcl kid lace new coin toes 11.50 shoes at $1.00. 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. Would be please to sell you at retail, Corn, Oats, Chopped Feed, Mid- dlings, Bran, Flour, Bailed Bay and Straw and Millet Seed. Mr. Ocmover will be in Galveston Tuesday forenoon to receive all the wool you will bring J^m and pay the top price for same. We will pay next business day for W. E. Hurd, Mahlon Conover. T~) (~~) •^ "M' O / T V When yon have your teeth filled here. By the use of my "Foim- tain Cuspidor" the saliva is ejected from the mouth without annoyance to the patient or delay to the operator. All the latest electrical appliances for speed and patnleu work. J. ¥. DENTIST, _____ '"T^ Over The Bee Hive. Lady Attendant. to Make K -Tic* BrMkCu* Df-ft. A delicious breakfast dish o»n t* made as follows : Keep the remaini of cold boiled tongue Hang it up Tmtil qnite dry and hard. Then grata M mooh as ia required on a grater. Put thin into • email saucepan with enough ore-urn to make it into a nice pus*. Add peppw and aalt to Ueta. Waon np, bet not boil, and serve on «n-Il tiyuatt tered tout to Cook KR* THMn- ttyl*. Boil bmid, CBI in ball lengtirwiML ft* B_ove yolki and nu-tb them to* witit gxated ham, butter, pepper, m-urtaid to tacte. Refill brown in tt* oven t»l

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