Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 30, 1898 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 30, 1898
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pierce The Tailor Fine Goods Low Prices 318 .. Broadway. DR. F. M. DOZER'S Dental Parlors, OVER CITY NATIONAL BANK Corner of Fourth and Broadway Central Telephone No Office 383, residence 343. D. B.. DRIA21RLJLA. DENTIST Corner Fifth and Market, Pythian Building. E-H-GrRACE, D.D.S- DENTAL PAB.LOB.S 316 Market Street. Hew Alunjinite Rubber Plates. THE JFDSE WEATHER. Foster Predicts Some Tarled Weather for tbe Coming Month. Foster says the next cold wave will reacti the Pacific coast about June 1. cross the west of Beetles country by close of 2d, great central valleys 3d to 5th, eastern states 6th. A warm wave will cross the west of Rockies country about Jane 1, great centra! valleys 33, eastern states 5th. A. cold wave will cross the west of Rockies country about June 4th, great valleys 6th, eastern states 3th. The temperature of the week end- Ing 8 p. m., June 6th, will average above normal east of tbe Booties: below, west. Rain fall for that week will be below normal in the northeasterly states, and about normal elsewhere. Not far from June 6th showers will j become general in the northern, while It grows dryer In the southern states. ADDITION 4L ITEMS Girl wanted at 1218 Market street. Hon. 0. B. Landls, of Delphi, was in the city Saturday. Mrs Morris Blumenthal Of Marlon is visiting in the city. W. C. Thomas and family drove to Idaville and back yesterday. The Boston Lights played two games of ball at Wlnamac today. Wanted, woman or girl for kitchen work. Reference required—829 North Hugh Trickle, of Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday visiting friends. Smoke "Our cigar, made by Band," the new 5e Shaffer & Gammill U. S. ARMY OFFICERS Who Went to Monticello Saturday Hare Left and Gone to Fort Wajne. Lieutenant Buss and assistants, of the Regular army, who were here enlisting men for U. S. service, went GEORGE W. EODEFEK. Real Estate, Loans. .Bought, Sold or Kxohamred. Money to Loan <on mortgage or personal §eourity. Call on me •or write to me at Ho. 31 Bel Biver avanue.east *nd of Market street bridge. g-ANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second HandJ Goods. ui a call. 309 6th street to Monticello several days ago. The trip proved useless and they went through here this morning en route to Fort Wayne. About twenty men from Monticello enlisted while the office was open here. Now there is another company organized In that town under ex- Marshal Anhler, and they claim to have assurance of being ordered out at once. Lieutenant Buss may return here next weeks. New Undertakers. 308 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. CaUi promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KflUan was for many years foreman for Charles L. Woll. Telephone old 281, new 817 'When Von Need an ABSTRACT OR A LOAH F. H. WIPPERMAN, O06 Fourth Street Opp. Court Houao Entrance, Spaniards Took Indiana. An exchange says: It Is not generally known that over a cantury ago the Spaniards took Indiana. At least they marched up through this state past South Bend and across St. Joseph county over the border into Michigan and captured Fort St. Joseph, near Nlles. It was in Januiry, 1718. Spain then possessed a vast amount of territory in what is now the United States, extending along the G-ulf of Mexico from Florida around to Texas and up the Pacific coast to British America. She was gradually making her way northward and acquiring territory ail through tha Mississippi valley. Her northormost post at this time east o( the Rooky mountains was St. Louis, Mo., where a small garrison was maintained, KROEGER & STRAIN. ^Undertakers, i'P!ioncB— Office 53 AT -3 RrfJaHwfl V KroegeriB. OI 3 oroaaway. Strain 64. i Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written In flrst class cora- .panlei. Money to loan 8 per cent. S..M. Closson,319 Pearl St. MAKE MONEY On (.mail capital. *t.OO will start you in the • Ch cken business. Young- Chicks 1'or sale at 110 centi each. Ten fed on the table scraps until fall makes .• nice flock for winter eggs »t no expense Hew hatch just off and ready for delivery at •Poplar Poultry Par*, Clifton Ave John M. Markley, Proprietor. Two U. 8. Infantry. hundred and seventy-seven Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. Ponrth Street. OITY NB.WS. Miss Lilly Roll, of Wabash, is visiting in the city. Miss Dora Pansier, of Marion, is in ..tha city visiting relatives. L. E. Jones, of Marion, spent Sun.-day with Logansport friends. Samual Wetske, formerly of this • city, has opened a fruit store at Peru. Mr. aad Mrs. Re~. Tedford, of 'YouDji America, are visiting relatives in southern Illinois, There was ten minutes less than fifteen hours of daylight yesterday. We are nearing the period of longest days. Tne normal school at Young America, conducted by Prof. Lybrook, will •close in two weeks. Tae attendance •has been good. The county commissioners will meet one week from today for the . June term. Bllli must be filled early this week to receive attention. Al Franklin, the Panhandle conductor, who was Injured in a wreck • caused by a washout near Columbus, . Ind., was brought to his home In this -city yesterday. He is slowly recov- • «rln? from his Injuries. men belonging to the U. S. infantry went through here yesterday, en route for Tampa, Fia. The train was stopped here long enough for the mec to get coffee at the Island View. They ware organized In Des Molnes, Iowa, and vicinity. The train hauling the troops arrived here at 3:!0 p. m. Geography. Teachers say there is a renewed Interest in the study of geography. While much of this new Interest begins with the pupils themselves the larger part of It arises in the homes where parents are asking hard questions about Cuba, Porto Rico, Philippine Islands and other places (n which they never had even a passing interest. Logan Grays. The Logan Grays drilled yesterday morning in the armory, clothed in their new uniforms, which arrived Saturday. They participated in the parade this afternoon and were greatly admired by all who saw them. Thirty-three Year Old Biscnit. A Michigan maa has in his possession a piece of hardtack biscuit issued, to him a* a part of a ration during tbe late war. Though thirty-three years old the Discult is in lent state of observation. an excel- Unclo Sam Says This Is America'* Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite. Purify and Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to take It TODAY, and reatoe the great good It Is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla K iMrtM'i nrnnnMiniiiii Mrs. Lettle Small Is at Bunker Hill is visiting her mother, MM. Mary Austin. The United States recruiting officers have gone to Monticello to ope an office there. Mlas Olive Moreland, of Kokomo IB in the city visiting Misses Dor and Carrie Moore. Miss Ella Wilt and Mr. Wll Fletcher, of Kentland, spent Sunda with friends here. Joseph Christ, a former Loganspor boy, now of Chicago, is in the clt; visiting his parents. It, is said that the fish in Fletcher' lake are being killed by person throwing in fish berries. The "Dewey" cocktail is the lates and one drink is guaranteed to send a man to the Fiji Islands. Mrs. Kate Austin and son, of Man dan, North Dakota, are in the clt; visiting Mrs. George Sevan, Miss Mame Cnmmings, of tbe Northside, has returned from Cincln natl, where she visited friends. Miss Bessie Cronln, one of Logans port's most popular teachers, has re signed her position in the Northside schools. Prof. J. M, Ashby will leave Thurs day for Seattle, Wash., to look after an estate in which his mother is in terested. The Cleveland National league bal team lost to the Baltlmores Saturday by a score of 3 to 0. Cuppy pitched for the Clevelands. Miss Minnie Starr has returned from the Northwestern university, where she has been for some months taking a college course. Frank Nace, who had trouble while conducting a saloon at Young America, has established a batcher shop out there and is doing well. Marion has five companies ready for tbe second call, but will probably find place for none, because the district ia already well represented. The Laiies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen gave a very successful supper in the Jordan block Saturday afternoon. The banks and postofflce were closed today. A large uumber of stores were closed at 1 o'clock until after the Memorial day exercises. Mrs. Chas. May aad children, of Wlnamac, are visiting Mrs. May's mother, MTF. S. B. Kerlin, of Cicott street. Mr. May spent yesterday here. Mayor McKee is in receipt of a communication from the Indiana bureau of statistics asking as to details conceining the city's summer resorts. Wiser Ayer?, who ij a member of Company M, in camp at Chickamaugs park., writes his parents that he and the other Log&nsport boys are all in good health. The funeral of Mrs. Flora E. Moore was held yesterday at 2 o'clock p. m. from the Market street M. E. church, Rev. Stewart officiating. Interment was made in the Skldeltr cemetery. Oscar Goodwin, of Chicago, was here Friday and Saturday to attend the commencement exercises. His son Thomas and niece, Mary Boyer, were members of the graduating class. The state of Indiana has a claim of about $300,000 against the general A LARGE SXAKE. government for the expense of getting our soldiers ready for the United States service. The war is costlag something. Misses Gloria Klentsche, Josle Holland, Bessie Trippeer and Nora Robinson, of Peru, who attended the Logansport higb school commencement exercises Friday evening, remained in the city over Sunday. Peru Chronicle:—Albert G. Jen- klnes. of Logansport, is mentioned in connection with , the Democratic nomination for congress In this the Eleventh congressional district. He is a man of ability and would make an effective race. The national encampment of the K. of P. will be held at Indianapolis in August. Over $7,500 will be offered in prizas and the most elaborate preparations have been made for tbe event. It is estimated that 40,000 knights will be in line at the grand parade. There is a plain tendency for sick people to leave their homes and go to a hospital for caie and treatment in these latter days. This plan is likely to grow in favor and become general In all places large enough to maintain a suitably managed hospital with professional nurses and ill the modern improvements in sanitation. Killed by a Woman on tlie North Side —Measured D Feet. Several days ago a large snake entered rhe yard of a well kaown North side family and while crawling across the walk in The back yard was spied by the lady who resides there. Her calls for help attracted the attention of Mrs. John Lebo. a German woman, wlio rasid.es near, and she hastened flie scene. Tlie reptile had by i time crawled into a flower bed. bur Mrs. Lebo. determined to put an end to its earthly ixisience. fallowed with the clothes prop which was lyiii£ conveniently near. As she ar>i>roac-lietl the snake raised its head and put on a fighting appearance, which was quickly stopped with a well directed lilow from rhe pole. &he then seized a spade and cut off ihe 'head of the sunk? to make sure of her work. The reptile measured just five feet in length and was ttf rhe Blue racer species. It li-as lamr been known that near •the fences surrounding: Mt. Hope cemetery tjiere are many large snakes to be found. It is also true that there are snakes 'to be found in .The cemeter and that hardly a month passes dtir infr the heated season but that some o the people employed to cleau lots, do not kill several large "blue racers anc occasionally a rattler. Ladies am children who frequent the cenveter, should be careful about going rhrougl ihijrh grass especially around th fences of that place. Moat Womra A.r« The lack of grace in wheeling -which some women show is said to be caused by the pushing of the pedals of extremely low geared wheels, which most vron)- en ride. Mounted on a wheel geared ba- low the average, women are given a jnmpy appearance which is almost impossible to overcome. Mnch ease and grace could be added to women riding if they conld be persnaded to ride a respectably high geared wheel, with proportionately lengthened cranks. The latter would give a longer sweep to the feet, which would do away with the jumping motion. Just as soon .as a woman begins to ride fast on a low geared machine she invariably becomes ungraceful. With a tolerably big gear she could ride fast with a different effect.—New York World. The New Furniture Store- A Special Bargain - - THEY MUST EARiX IT. Much Comment Upon Name Adopted By die >"ew Military Company. Now that t'he new military orjraniza tion is fully organized and uniformed the question is often a?flvOd: "WJ1 they earn the name they have adopi ed." The Logan Greys was a military orjraniiiatiott of Avliioh this city has been proud, for many years. The> "svere known as the "Pride of Logan port" and retained the title until the day n-hen the comp.-i.ny disbanded, not oil account of the financial condition but 011 account of a lack of interesi which comes to many who have be onjred to an ortranixa.tioa for years Now these you as men picked- fro'r many who aspired to lirconie mo:n- bws. kive taken' I'he name and tlie izjvns of Txiawnsporr demand tlia tliey honor and preserve iilie sa-ino. To l<> this tlie nuMiibers must, attend th moeriiLfrs. pay their dues, drill and be- r-onie efficient to serve their coupr J'liey must stand ready at any time to ui*\vw the call of nhe ciiy. coiin'ry or t;i.te officials to assemble and protect :'he lives and property of la.\v iibid •itizons, when destruction threatens them in cti.se of riots and similar disturbances. Many who have talked of rlii« matter object to the adoption of he name, but fit t'lw 'Same time have •iTid oelieve rhat 'he will bring the Company xo tlie front and again earn he title "The Pride of Logansport." MORE NAVAL KECRTJITS. l a#s Throu;-'li Here for Key West—In Charge of Lieut. Porter. Late Saturday afternoon two hun- red and ninetceni recruits under co-ra- i.-i.nd of Lieut. .lo'lm H. Porter stop- H-d here to jret supper. The men were anized in Chicago but came froai lany of the surrounding towns. From Cey West, to defetiiMtion. of the rut-nits, iliey will be aS-slgned to dti'y n the various naval vessels which lay be in port when they arrive. Lie-menu to .Tolin. H. Porter of Ciii- j.pro had cliar.se of the men with tie .-Distance of two junior officers. They •ere fed at tlie .Tohuston House and Isla.nd View Hotel. Lieut. Por- said that about two 'hundred more would be Through 'here some tkue his week. After the meal, t'he men vfre marched several blocks through lie streets for exercises. Charles 'orstel furnishing the music. BUSINESS MEN'S MEETING. There will !>e a meeting of -the ilirec- ors of the Business Men's Association 'riday evening .Tune 3d at the office of . T. McNary. All die directors are re- ueswd to be present as business of importance will be -considered. P.. F. KEESLING. Pres. JOSEPH KREIS. Sec. The sraduarins exercises of the primary department of the Baptist Sunday school -were held m the room of the cliurch yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. There was a large attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. .T. L. Taylor of Cincinnati spMit Sunday -wicb. Dr. and Mrs. Cady, They were enrouie from the Presbyterian Assembly to their home. DYSPEPSIA, Heartburn, Gastritis • and all Stomach Disorders positively cored. Grover Graham's Dyspepsia Remedy is a specific. One dose removes all distress, and & permanent cure of the most chronic and severe cases is gnaranteed. Do not suffer! A 50c bottle will convince the most gkcpticaL How to Make Pepper Mangoes. take 24 large greeu peppers. With a knife extract all seeds and cot off tops. Then place the peppers in a jar. Pom- over them water salted to taste. Let them stauij overnight. In the morning drop them in fresh cold water and allow them to stand about ten miuntes. Pill each one with very finely chopped cabbage. Salt to taste aud a very little •white mustard mixed in the cabbage. Sew the tops on aud place iu a stone jar as close as possible. Pom- cold vinegar ou tbezu. They will be ready fornsa in abont two wegks. You can economize without wearing re»dy-mady clothing. We make Spring Suits to your order tor f 18.00 and $20.00 unequaled by competitors. Our 125.00 Suitings are the same as your tailors gives you for $35. We can prove this. t H.G. TUCKER. t 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 f 4.06. Our special prices Qtr i r only *>*••/5 The second shipment of the celebrated Whitney iBaby Carriages hive arrived and ready for inspection. THE IftlDJftffY TINSHOP JOHN MEHAFFIE Proprietor. All Kinds of Tin work. Spouting and Roofing a. Specialty. No.3I4 Fifth Street. Mutual 'Phone No. 152 Your Spring Suit, Get it Made to OrderCby WILL CRAIG the tailor. You're sure to feel comfortable, look -veil and have saved money in jour pocket. Will Pleas'.You, Save You Money. Pearl St.Neitto Dr. Bell's Office. THE. First National Bank !•<!••>. CAPITAL $250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PBBBIDIST, W. W. ROSS, CASHEKB, J. P. BROOKMEYER, Assr. GAIHXU. DIRECTORS: A. J. Murdoch, W. H, Bringhum, tmi.K.8. Rloe,B.F, YantH. t tt. JUrwood. W, T. Wilson. Banking In all Its and oarenilly done. Safety to Customer* noBgnt for. Strong Reserve Fund Maintained. Department* promptly and MOCkholdn NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. NOVELTY WORKS. Office Fixtures and Partitions. Store Fronts.Counters, SJhelving Burning, scroll sawing and general re- paring. Estimates furnished. Door and window screens to order. Sole agents for the Wheeler Great American Ad • iustable Screens; made to fit windows with or without blicds- absolutely fly proof: slide easily, in wet or dry weather; can be taken out or put in by a child he best thing on the market. John A. Sturkin, Erie Avenue, between 5th and 9th Sta. The most natural-looking rf iflolal Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method of CROWN and BK1DUE Work. |V~No <!har{re for extracting without pal* when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, 811 i-z Fourth St. over FUher'i Dru« 8to/ Normal THR City National Batik. T,iOGiNSPORT, IXD.| CAPITAL $200.000 JOHS GRAT, President, L N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FO-STLEB, Cashier. —DOJECTOBS — Joan Grsr. C. G. Neweli. J. T. KUfotC Or. f. H. Bell, A. P. Jenks, w.c. Fennoct. Isaac hideler. and Geo. W. Funk •«£!» and'JcollateraJ Loan moaar oa_personil and sell Government bonda. Buy and sell foreign exchange On all ptrtc jf the world. WiU pmy 2per cent per annum on certUlcBtet of deposit*, when deposited alz months: 3 per vat per annun when left one 7«v. Bore* in Safetr Uepotit Vault*, for wfc keeping- of valuable paper*, rentt r -AT THB- Lagansport Comnierciat High School Begins June 6th. The following are the instructor*: ' , r ArithmaHo I Scienc* of Teaching: PKO.BFLONO {^SSur. PROrJWHoOK-lgSSSSSap Mies LEBA MYEH—Muglc J F COBSELI.. Co Supt Prepare fort«&chlng by enrolilng with ui, Jt'.VK » !•„ Logansport Commercial High School. 321, 324, 325 Fourth Street. McCoy's New European Hotel COB. CLARK AHO VAN BUREk .T*. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. H. I. A I>. L, S. ic. M. S. RjU)ro»4 4ep*t. Improvements costing $75,000X0 hive just been completed ind the house now offers every convenience to b« found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric tight ind stain beat in t 'fry rvom. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards, . First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owtcr u4

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