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January 12, 1898

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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Ho Figures Changed. The i= Off Sale AT THE HUB Starts Today and will continue until our 25 THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK is Reduced to its normal size. Remember % off on everything in the house. Nothing Reserved. THE HUB Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St, HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fit ting clothes made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. UDUEASUKE Ollloe in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. Logansport Messenger Service. n A MOORE has put upon the streets a city. Leave orders at Eel River Livery Barn, OW Phono NO SS ol Kroeger & Strain. Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. SOS Fourth Street. or Night TBLBPHOHB - Offloe. M. Kroeger, 18 Strain. M. SETHNIYELSEY Loans Money at 8 per oent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado aud Plato Glass Insurance. Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. wH remain with me. Phones When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO— F H. Wipperman, WCFourth Street Opp. Court Hou»e Itntraooe. GEORGE W. RODEFEB. Real Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or B-xohaae«d. Money, to Loan viA ot Market street oricure. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Foarth Central Mephone No OtSce S6S, residence S4S E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Bubbsr Plates. UANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bay and Sell Second Hand Goods. ;a» 6th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 410 MIARKET STREET Opottlrs OTBT Brugg eia * a ' 8 Millinery Stow. OITY Bemnant sale. —Bee Hiva. The new M. E. church at Delphi was dedicated Suoday, Mrs. Edward Dolan and daughter are visiting at Frankfort. Daniel Taggart has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis, Four or five Italians,Kenneth quarrymen, left yesterday for Italy. Wanted—Position in hotel or res- turant. Apply at 819 Canal street. 50 per cent discount on silks and wasa goods at tie Bee Hive's ISch annual sale. While at work cutting timber yesterday Joseph Scott, of Deer Creek, fell and brofee MB leg. Mrs. Will Melsner IB entertaining tbe Thimble club this afternoon at her home on Broadway. Charity Division No. 4, Ladles Auxiliary to the B. of L. E., will meet at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow. The Eastencl Pleasure cluD will give another ot its popular dances at Dolan & McHale's hall Monday night. Misses Eethel Osborne, Florence Alexander and Jessie Penrose attended a party given at Kokomo last evening. Lafayette Journal: Mrs, Joseph Reitemeier, of Logansport, is the guest of Mr. Reitemeir's mother In this city. Muncie Herald: Mrs. C. P. Wright returned to her home in Logansport this morning, after a pleasant visit with Rev. L. J, Nattzger and family. The Carroll Count?- Citizen gives figures to show that Cheadle run ahead of the ticket in his congressional campaign aud to show that he should be nominated again to compete with Landls. Mis* May Noel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noel, residing east of the city, WEIS united in marriege at 9 o'clock this moroing to Mr. Benj. Ero. The ceremony was performed by Eev. M. E,, Campion. The groom is a popular young farmer. There was a good crowd present last evening at the G. A. E. hall to witness the public installation exercises. The newly elected officers of Logansport Post, headed by Capt. Frank Swigart as commander, and the new officers of the Woman's Relief Corps, Mrs. Maria SchJater president, were formally inducted into office. The members of Lincoln Circle were among the spectators. The state bureau of statistics bsis gathered figures showing that there were 3,216 paupers being cared for at public expense, June ^0,1S97. In tLe poor houses of the state there were 123 blind, 6* deaf and dumb, 381 idiotic, 457 insane, 450 deformed and crippled, S21 old and feeble, 527 siick and unclassified. Marion county has 215 paupers and Ohio county bub five. These counties are the extremes. During the year ending June SOtli, 3S8 paupers died. POMP BAILEY'S Bellows is in Action at Frankfort, Indiana. •''Ha'n'tno Mouffo' WhJstlln', Nor Feet fo' Danein,' Bat I'i Got Fists to> According to the Frankfort papers, "Pomp" Bailey, the colored pugilist, is sojourniogia that city, and. as j usual, his bellows is in action, as the following from the Crescent will show: 'Pomp' Bailey, the Logansport colored pugilist, arrived here this morning and Is red hot after all local fighters who are looking for a fight. •Pomp' is here to fight, anybody between 176 and 196 pounds la weight and bars no man. His aim is to get on a go with Tom Creedon,the Indianapolis pug who is now in the city. It this falls, he says he is willing to fight Jack Tierney for a purse of from $250 to 8500. "He saya he is not looking for glory, but, wants a fight and wants it bad. His last fight . was with Billy Meyer, the Streator '<Cyclone,"whom he whipped about a year ago. He has had a number of hard battles and has never been defeated." ISSUES A MANIFESTO. The Frankfort evening News of Monday contains the following: "To Whom It May Concern:— I hereby announce my willingness to meet any person in the state of Indiana In the ring to do battle for the stats championship and. a purse of $250 to $500. Weight to range from 190 pounds down to 176 pounds. Ail questions as to weight, time, place, rules and purse to be settled at time of acceptance of challenge and arrangements of preliminaries. This bars no corners. "JOBS BAILEY." GEORGE CDPPI SIGNED. Will Wear a Cleveland Uniform Siext Seasoa. "Will you play with the Cleve- lands again next season?" inquired a representative of tbe Pharos of George Ouppy, the base ball pitcher, last evening. "Yes, I signed a contract while at Cleveland the other day. At the time I was the first member of the old team to put down my autograph." "You were laid up with a sore arm a greater part o£ last season; how 1§ IE effected?" "The great trouble is in the elbow; were it In my shoul3er it would end my career on the base ball Held. As it is I have hopes that the old whip will round up all right. T have never heard of a pitcher effected as I was last season. The Cleveland people told me that they would not expect much of me until July and for me to take it easy, I feel satisfied that I will be as gnnd as ever in 1899. I have been notified to report at Cleveland on Feoruary 14th, as the team will either put in the practice season as Hot Springs or by touring the state of Texas." A New Year's Feast. Do you know what a sumptous meal is? Well if you don't, you should have been one of the lucky guests at the Thos. Barr mansion, six miles north of the city on the Koyal Center pike, New Year's day. If you could have looked on that table with its load of toothsome vlanda you would have wished you had the capacity of a hot air balloon and the appetite of a hungry shark. Your humble servant had the pleasure of being one of tho party — adout twenty — who transferred a pojtion oC the good things from the table to a more desirable and practical location. After dinner, target shooting and music were the order and all experienced a happy time and later de- par ted, each wishing Mrs. Barr and her good family tbe return of many more happy New Yesrs. GUEST. DEMOCRATS AT PERU. They Were There in Force at Tester- daj's Convention. The lively interest taken by the Democrats of Cass county in the campaign just opening was shown again yenterday, when the following dig delegation attended the district convention at Peru: Dr. H. D. Battery, Peter Wallrath, D. D. Dykeman, Major Mc- Fadln, .1. H. He'nch, B. F. Ljuthain, J. W. McGreevy, I. N. Cash. Fred Dykeman, G. W. Rodafer, Edward Gibson, George Burkhart, Charles Spitznagle, L. B. Custer, John Brinley. John W. Harvey, A. P. Flynn, John W. Barnes, Al Merrit, John E. Irwln, N. F. Gibson, John Bliss, M. McTaggart, B. D. Bradfield, William Burton, Charles E. Carter, Samuel Eel vie, Leonard Burton, Wm, Walker, Gottleib Shafer, Herman Martin, John Burkhart, jr., John W. Snell, Thomas Flynn, W. S. Anderson, William Burgman, Hon. Joseph Gray, Owen Engler, Jerry Sullivan, Jacob Mln- neman. The Cass county delegation took an active part in tbe convention and wielded a decided influence upon the result of the proceedings. Hon. D. D. Dykeman,. as chairman, delivered a strong and masterly address in favor of Democracy. Later on, Major McFadin was called upon for the only set speech of the day, and he aroused tbe convention to a point of enthusiasm that made the house ring with continued laughter and applause. TBE KOBS HARK IT AL. An Increased Attendance Last Evening —The Programme for Tonight. There was an increased attendance at the korc karnival last night. The musical programme was highly enjoyed, and the various booths were accorded a liberal patronage. Fornofl's orchestra took the place of the Longcllft orchestra. The hospital orchestra will be on hand later In tbe week, Vocal selections were rendered by Mrs. Cora Alford-Thomas and Mr. Wm. McKee. PflOSRAlIJIE FOR TONIGHT. Another special programme has been arranged for tonight, as follows. Overture—Band. Selection—Fornoff "a Orchestra. Vocal Sold—Cbas. Burk. Piano Duat-Messrs. Max aocl John Mattes. Vocal Solo—E. J. Ho well. , Piano Solo—Ohas. Morenart. Vocal Solo—James Murphy. Selection—Fornoff's Orchestra. Something to Consider. You are weak, sick, out of health. You have tried local doctors. Did you ever stop to think that it is the great special 1st in your disease who can cure you. the physician who treats and cures thousands of esses like yours? Dr. Greene, 148 State street, Chicago, Ills., is the most successful of all specialists and has the largest practice in the world. You can consult him free. Wirite to him without delay and he will explain by letter your case fully. Ttds will cost yon nothing and doubtlesis lead to your cure. The Late Otto Tofss. The funeral of the late Otto Voss will be held at 2 p, m. tomorrow (Thursday) from the residence, Rev. Ttrmanstein officiating;. Interment will be made In Mt. Hope cemetery. Smoke ITEMS. Abraham Crowell, a wealthy and eccentric farmer ot Carroll county, 18 lying at tbe point of death. T. J. Obenchaln has returned from Leroy, N. Y. , where he transacted business for Wm. Dolan & Co. There is nothing trashy about our new story. It is clever and intensely interesting. Start in today to read it. Katherlne Germaine, of the "Isle of Champagne" opera company, which appeared here last week, is very slcfc at Crawfordsvllle. A new toll desk has been added to the equipment Of the Central Union telephone exchange. The toll lines which are connected with the general board will be removed and connected up to the new desk, thus greatly facilitating that department of the service. SA.WS Order of American Plowmen. A new fraternal and benevolent association of a national character, to be known as the Order of American Plowmen, has been organized in this city. The incorporators are: O'Heil Watson, B. E. Hayes and L. J. Burge, of Crawfordsville; John B. Stemm, of Bloomington, and T. H. Wilson, George W. Seybold and Dr. A. A. Jordan, of this city. The main officers will be opened In this city In the Jordan block. Messrs. Burge, Hayes and Watson will remove their families to Logansport. They will manage the office and field business. The association wtll have a board of twelve directors, four of whom will be elected every four yea,rs by the national council. The New Style. Says tbe Peru Sentinel: When we first went to school we read our lessons In tbe first reader something like this: See the cow. Is the cow nice? Yes, the cow is nice. Can the cow run? Yes. the cow can run. Can the cow run as fast at the horse? No, she cannot run as faac as the horse. But the latest) up-to-date style of reading it by the kid is as follows: Get onto de cow. Hain't she a beaut? Sure, she's a corker! Can she get a move on herself? You bet she can get a move on herself. Can she hump it like de horse? No, she ain't in It wid the horse! Adrertised Letter List. List of advertised letters remaining in the postoffice at Logansport for the week ending Jan. 19, 1898. QENTS. Mr. W. J. Kiiiian, Mr. Wm. Lambert, A. Voorfaees. Persons desiring to obtain any of these letters, will please say advertised. V. C. HANAWALT, P. ]«. 100 Doses in a Is peculiar to and true only ot Hood's Sarsaps- rilla, and is proof of its superior strength and economy. Ttisre is more curative power in a bottle of Hood's Ssrsaparilla than in any other. This fact, with its unequalled record of cures, proves the best medicine lor all Mood diseases is Sarsaparilla Ihe One True Blood Pmifler. All druggists. (L best medicine lor all blooc Hood's Liver Uls; ,, j. «•>•!« ciire " ver ^ eas HOOd S PlIlS tote, easy to operate, In "Shanty Town" at DoUn's Saturday Sight. without doubt will make "Shanty Town 1 ' one of the most notsd productions of the year. To mention his name is enough to bring up a pleasant picture. Throughout tbe country his work has been regarded by the public and the critic as the highest ever reached In his line. No one can fall to be impressed with his marvelous portrayal of the Irisbmam. He has chosen a type of character which has been done year after year on both sides of the water. But managers and actors acknowledge that he has surpassed all his. predecessors. "Shanty Town," with its car load of special scenery and an exceptionally well selected cast, will be seen at Doten's opera house Saturday night. __ _ Notice, Chosen Friends. W. S. Lockman, of Indianapolis, grand recorder, 0. C. F., will be in the city tomorrow and will be in attendance at the session of Logan Council, No. 21, Thursday evening. Members of Cass GouncU and all Chosen Friends are urged to bs pres- sent. This meeting will be of special interest to all insured members.— Mrs. L. Dalrymple, secretary. "Big John's" Catch. Deputy Fish Commissioner Hilde- baandt captured another uet yesterday at Macy, in Miami county. Upon searching the premises of one Lyman Allspaugh a net was found secreted beneath a bushel basket. The offender agreed to appear before Justice Holman, at Peru, today, and Day a fine and costs aggregating $24.. 50. A Reconciliation. Yan B. ("Chick") Myers, it is said, has effected a reconciliation with his wife, whom he followed to Chambersburg, Pa. , and it is further stated that the couple will return to their former home in Jefferson township, near Georgetown. Electric LigHt Bills Reduced. We have a regulator that you can turn up or down incandescent lights the same as gas. Saves current. For sale by Mutual Telephone company. Feeding Stieep. According to a South Dakota station bulletin on sheep feeding, the rations yielding tbe best profits are corn and oats, equal parts, which produced gains at 2.45 cents per pound, and barley and oats, equal parts, -which produced gains at 2.8 cents per pound. It has been found that the largest gains are n.ot necessarily the cheapest, nor are the smallest gains necessarily the most expensive. Observation makes it appear that the best and cheapest gains are made in feeding the sheep np to near its full capacity after it has become accustomed to its diet. Overfeeding is always accompanied by loss. The heavy feeding should be done during the last four or sis weeks of the feeding period. The St. Louis Incident. The mayor of St. Louis refused the request of the Woman Suffrage club of the city that a woman be appointed street inspector, saying that woman's nlace was at home. Certainly the condition of the streets in many cities would tend to support the mayor's idea. But as unfortunately women have to come in contact with all this pollution in the ordinary course of their business and pleasure why should they not come in contact with it with authority to banish it? It would be hard work to convince women accustomed to 'taking hold of things thac need clearing np that it is more womanly to endure that which is a nuisance and a menace to health than it is to remedy it. How differently mayors talk in states where women are voters! — Woman's Tribune. Sealskin. It is a curious fact that tbe price of sealskin has taken a most decided drop. This is accounted for by the fact that imitations are so good that the average purchaser cannot be certain of what she is getting. Sheared and plucked furs are so exquisitely finished that even an expert may be deceived at a distance. Of course no one who is familiar with irnrs could make any mistake upon eramiaa- tion, but the average customer has never had either the opportunity or occasion to know the difference, and it •would not be worth her while to take the trouble to learn. Therefore it is that sealskin has become one of the less expensive of the excellent furs ia market. — Exchange. _ ^__ --THR-- New Fflrnitore Store. Special Sale Of this serviceable and useful.... STANDING BOOK CASE. ONX.V This Book Case is bright oak finish 54 iuehes high, 52 inches •wide, 8 inches deep, and oraa- metal brass feet, they are worth. 3.50. onr price only - - .*1.9S OUR NEW SPRING STOCK Will Ix 1 selected at the January furniture e.sposiuo» at Grand Rapids of the manufacturer, and every piece of it will not only be chosen by our artistic buyer Mrs. Richardson, but also by tbe five buyers, representing the Poster Syndicate, all of •whotu will spend ten days in the selection of aa enormous stock of the highest merit in beauiy, originality, finish "and workmanship. Cor. Market, 5th and Erie Sts. The Logansport Commercial High School. If you wish to secure a position to work for Experience Only. JJOXT attend the lioxansport Cwmmerclal HUch 8cho«l It you wish to secure a position that will pay you from $1 to J2 per vraek. Don't attend tie Logtmsporc Commercial Hi«b School- If you wish to attend a School where you oao have plenty of fun. do as you please, and have a"HotTlme"ingeneraL,».'H t attend the Logrnnsport Commercial Blfth School But, if you wish to ationd an [[« tn f)«f p School wfiero you will receive U H lu L "" c the best instruction and tbe best preparation. for the responsible ies of life; wtieie you will receive a thorough mental and moral discipline and training that will develop yo»r Intellect, arouse your ambli ion and equip you so that you may live worthily, that you may lead a lite of aeefulness and that your mo may pe crowned with the laurels of success, the esteem of your fellow men and the approbation of your own conscience, tboc, Mtend The Logansport Commercial High School. Over 321, 3SJ and 325 Foarth Street, REEVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied" by Harry Tucker where you are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Over- coatings that cannot be beat. W.D. Craig, Pearl StKextto Dr. Bell's Office. The Detective Wins th« detectihr* one of the moct exciting told. column*. A Conflict of Evidence It was nrrktea by Rodrigw* Ottokogflt, the»tttb«r0f "A* ArtiBt fa Crime," tad Oftt o4 the •trongest writer* of detective stories Hriog. W» have for this thrilling intchaptanwillj

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