Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 14, 1898 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, January 14, 1898
Page 19
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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 A COMEDY Oat of the Soil Is Town"— Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does flint class work. Stylish and well fitting olo1;hoB made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. LIOHEISDRE Physician, Office In House, Cor. TUrtoonth ana North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. Logansport Messenger Service. H. A MOORE has put upon the streets a Tiaroel delivery wwon and respectfully sol- lltstae public patronage. Parcels and light. iayage wMmotly delivered to any part of the oKf. Leara orders at Eel River Livery Barn, OM Phone :So 88 New No 91 Kroeger & Strain. TBLKPHONH - Offloe, W. Kroeger, » SETH M.VELSEY ] Joana Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Hato Glass Insurance. W. J Barnett, Undertaker, Embalmer mad Funeral Director. m Marketstreet. CaUi attended day or nijrht. The flueet outfit In the U. 8. Col. O. i>. won, irffl remain with me. Kesidence-Matual When Tou Seed an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- p H. Wipperman, ie«:FourU Street Opp. Court Houge Entrance. GEORGE W. RODEim Real Estate, Loans. to Loan tod ot Market street brldire. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and BtoadwftT Central Itetephone No Olllco 383. residence 343 E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Alamlnlte Rubber Plates. HANLEY & SHANAHAN. Boy and Sell Second Hand Goods. «T«,Tiia«al. :s» 6th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OT«T Broggwnan's MUlinwy Store. Private lonej to loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 208 Fourth Street. PITY NRW3. A handsome fl iw of oil has been struck on the Tappan farm near Anderson. 0. E. Marshall, the laundryman, was made an Elk last night by the local lodge. Mrs, John Henderson, of Walton, fell and broke her hip recently while on a 7lsH dtKokomo. Mrs. Frank Fowler has returntd from Peru, where she visited her sister, Mrs. B. E. Wallace. Incandescent lamps 15 and 18 ceots for thrsei days only.—J. W. Blackford, 314 Pearl street. Owing to thei warm weather the ice harvest at Lake Olcott has been discontinued by the Panhandle company. Kokomo Tribune, yesterday: Eb Taylor was down from Logansport today calling on friends and looking after business matters. Peru Journal, yesterday: Rev. C. M. JTlllmore returned to Logansport again this afternoon, but will be home to fill hi& pulpit on Sunday. The ladies of Lincoln Circle of the G. A. E. will give their entertaln- memt o:l! living checkers Tuesday evening, Jan. 18. Admission 10 cents. The Lutheran church of Walton has engaged Rev". Burket to fill tbe pulpit for the coming year. He will begin hi a labors at that church next Sunday. The supposed oil well on the Carson farm In Adams township, which was recently sunk to a depth of 1,812 feet, wliih salt water at a ' depth of I,0'i5 feet has been abandoned. The Ohio and lodiana Pipe Line oompanj at Redkey will make the experiment of sinking an oil well 3,000 feet deep. Tney have also invested considerable money in a pumping station nt that point. Walton has a saloon war on hand, E. D. Bell, the retail dealer, having buen sla,ted for illegal selling. The trial of the case has been postponed until the prosecuting attorney gets through with the Mclntosh murder trial. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Kotz, of Spear sitreet, entertained a company of firiends Wednesday evening iln honor of Mr. Kotz' birthday. Cards and music were tbe form of entertainment daring the evening. Refreshments were served. Two prisoners, who were found missing at tbe northern prison Mon- dlay afternoon, although there was no risible meansi for their escape, were found nearly famished, about 3:30 p. in. Wednesday, hiding under one of tihe prison buildings. A. M. Jusliice, a school teacher at ]Roj r al ilJenteir, was recently dried for Hogging* pupil named Harry G-OpIn, but secured ;»n acquittal. The boy's father, George W. G-ilpin, felt much aggrieved at. the teacher and for a time a periiocal encounter seemed imminent. Morrlson'8 "Faust." Tfaecomedf, "Shanty Town," to be presented a.D tbe opera house tomorrow night. In that play Tom Nawn aod wife hive won well-deserved honor. Tbe play ia lull ot character, humor and pathos. One moment it is vivid with fancy, and the second it Is droll with Irish wit, but at no time is tbe color false, There is DO straining after effect, no conceited waiting for the audience to laugh. The coming en^agemftnt of Mr. Nawn is looked forward to with a great deal of interest by patrons of the local theater, and there is little doubt but what tbe audience will-be one of,the largest of the season. MORRISON'S FAUST. On next Tuesday night Lewis Mor rison aod his splendid company wil again present Goethe's grand story of 'tfaust," at Dolan's opera house. ; Faust" is like the perennial plant that seems to go on forever gather- log strength with each succeeding season. The production of this play as given by Mr. Morrison is a notable one from the fact the tit Is one of tte new plays put upon the stage with every minor detail of staging carefully attended to. For the cur rent season an entire new dressing as to its scenic environment has been given the story. Every scene of tbe seven which comprise the play in entirely new both in teiture and design aod offers a series of tbe most elabor ate and finished of stage pictures Every garb and gown is also bright new and fresh, and "Faust" may be said to have been entirely rehabilitated this season. INDIANA HIBEBNUNS. The State Convention Will be Held at Fort Wayne In April. The state executive board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has decided to hold the next state convention at Fort Wayne in April. At the last state convention, held at Terre Haute, it was decided to meet the next time in Ft. Wayne, in June of this year. The recent union of the A. O. H. of America and the Board of Erin, however, has caused a ihange in the arrangements, it being desirous to bold all state meetings during tbe early spring, in order that all may be ready for submitting to the national convention, In June, at which the consolidation will be effected. -The Faith That Saves. Mr. Kendrick's theme at the Ninth street Christian church Wednesday night was Intensely practical. He showed that one living In a Christian atmosphere was naturally clothed with some of the Christian graces; and that the Christian religion was •esponsible for all our brotherhoods and charities. Good men who are having nothing to do with Christ and ihe church are by their influence breaking down all the instltuoions ot which we are now so proud. The good man out of the chnrcb. would not be what he Is if It had not been for Christianity, and yet he gives no credit to Christ. The theme this evening will be "The Faioh That Saves." An invitation Is extended to all to attend these meetings. The Late Cnristlna Jenness. The late Christina Jenness, nee Bortorfl, of Tipton township, was born in Dsrke county, Onto, Feb. 12, 1825. She was united in marriage with Oliver Jenness in March, 1846, and came to this state the same year. She had resided in that vicinity 32 years. She became a member of theU. B. church about forty years ago. She was the mother of four sons and five daughters. She departed this life Jan. 1, 1898, aged 72 years, 10 months and 25 days. She leaves three sons .and three daughters, twenty-three grand children and three great grand children to mourn ttieir loss. Rer. Swadener Returned. Rev. Madlsoa Swadener, who has been conducting revival services in Ohio for several weeks, arrived home yesterday for a brief stay with his family, prior to his departure for Indianapolis, where he will conduct a three weeks 1 revival. He will speak at the First Presbyterian church of that city this evening. Division 26. Division ¥o. 26, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, elected the following officers last night: S. BL. Captain—Sam Graham. First Lieutenant—C. Panton. Second Lieutenant—S. Powell. Recorder—D. A. Toungker. Treasurer—Will Porter. No Confidence. The Monticello Herald says that of the so-called Michigan, Indiana & St, Louis Electric railroad is ever completed, Its history will rlral the Arabian Mights as a collection of wonderful, fascinating and incredible yarna. ADDITIONAL ITEXS. Bee Hive's bargains are different bargains. Boonu township Institute will be held tomorrow. John Grace is up from Cincinnati visiting; old friends. It is reported that thieves are still on the,alert in Adams township. Wanted—Position in hotel or restaurant;. Apply No. 819 Canal st. Wanted—A girl for housework at once at 1006 Broadway. Must give references. Messrs. William Nelson and John Plank, of Deer Creek township, are preparing to erect two large barns The G. A. R. ball will be tbe scene of another enjoyable event Monday night,, the Eaiitend Pleasure club dance. Regular meeting of Orient Lodge, No. 272. F. and A. M., this (Friday) evening, January l">oh., at 7:30 o'clock. The funeral of Miss Ida Radabaugb. will be held at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon from tne Broadway M. E. church.' Mr. Banks, ol! Warsaw, who was appointed a member of tbe Longcliff hospital board, has declined to accept the position. Ben; Gopelancl Is again at work at the Panhandle freight office. He was off a month on account of an injury to One of his fingers. Eager buyers have Socked around our linen and dress goods counter selecting the many bargains there displayed.—Bee Hive. The church at Onward has not engaged Rev. Grlss to conduct the services for the coming year as was re cently stated by the papers. „ Mri!. A. L. Furbee, of 128 Eel River avenue, celebrated her birth day anniversary Wednesday by entertaining the Birthday club. The funeral of Archie, tbe 5-year old san of Henry S, Calvert, of 1603 Smead street, was held at 1:30 this afternoon from the resfdenca. The floor team of the local Ben Hur lodge went to Kokomu this afternoon to initiate a number of candidates for tbe lodge of that city. Hay Loft No, 1705, Haymauers, will elve a ball at Dolan & McHale's hall on next Wednesday evening. A solendid time is assured all patrons. The funeral of Mrs. Susanna Eee- port, mother of A. JB. Keepnrt, will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow from tbe Dunkard church at Adamsboro. Wlnamac Democratic Journal: Mr. aod Mrs. Ward removed from Logansport on Tuesday and are now "at home" on the Stotts plantation, near town. The Ladles Auxiliary to the B. of E. T. will serve a 25c dinner Jan. ] 8 in their hall over tbe Logansport State bank, corner Fourth and Market streets. Miss Carrie B. Slusser; of Deer Oreek and Mr. Jesse L. Sbiras were recently united in marriage at the borne of Rev. Stein, of Carroll county, that gentleman officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Voss desire to return thanks to their neighbors, friends and to the Clgarmakers' union for the sympathy and kindnesses shown them during their late sad bereavement. There are now 800 students at the Indiana university at Bloomington, about fifty more than ever before. The college will celebrate its 67th anniversary January 20th in an impos- ,ng manner. Mayor Melee is In receipt of an nvitation to attend the golden jubt- ee of California. The invitation shows that since tbe discovery of gold in that state $1,303,574,598 worth of it has been mined. Mr. I. If. Clary, of Lucerne, an old and respected citizen of that place, was taken suddenly 111 a few days ago with a paralytic stroke. The chances for his recovery are very doubtful, owing to his advanced age. A reception was given at the home of A. Grnsenmeyer, on Eel River avenue, on Wednesday evening In honor of his granddaughter, Miss Nora Bronaon, of Peru. Misses Daisy Kasnacht, Lucy McGrady and Agnes Devlne, of Peru, were among the guests. Protracted meetings are being held at Deer Creek and surrounding country with much, fervor, namely, at the Center V. B, church by Rev. Hein- baw; one at the South U. B. church by Rev, Brigham, and one at the Buttermilk Baptist church by Rev. Carson. The count at the northern prison on Wednesday was 841, the lowest it has been for two years. The average is usually about 900, but the new law is sending many to the reformatory and is crowding that Institution, while the penitentiary has plenty of room for all comers. Hood's GOES TO LlFATBTTE. A. J. RobintioK to Become Manager t>i a Big ffagon Works. The Lafayette Courier of last evening says: "A change in the management of the Lafayette Wagoa com paDy has taken place. Mr. W. S O'Brien has retired from the company and is succeeded by A. J. Robinson, of Logansport. Mr. Robinson has been prominent In business enterprises at Logansport for years, and j was formerly president of the Lo- I giasport Manufacturing company, a concern of 1125,000 capital, which company he leaves to Identify himself with the Lafayette com- oany. He is a Mason of high degree and at present holds an office of the grand lodge of Masonry of Indiana. Mr. Robinson will be a valuable man to the Lafayette Wagon company and as a citizen to Lafayette. The officers and directors of the company held a meeting last evening, and considerable business of Interest was transacted. The size of the plant at present Is en tuely inadequate, and it was the sense of the meeting that new sheds be built and an enlargement of the plant be commenced at once. Thus far the business has been very satisfactory—IB fact, better than anticipated, and orders are now In hand which will keep the factory In active operation lor several months." Should be in erery family medicine cheat and every trareller's grip. They are iHT&hubl* when tb» ctom&ch i* out ot order; can hmfofb*. bilioomw, *nd all Itnc troablo*. HIM and «ffloi»nt. 3 Ma*. Pills GRADUALLY Is the Attendance at the Korn Karniral. The attendance at the Korn Ear- nival grows larger at each exhibition . There was a good attendance last night, and everybody enjoyed the funny features of the burlesque circus. Following Is the programme arranged for tonight: Trombone Solo—Jos, Rembusch. Trio—Misses and Mr. McKee. Solo—Ohas. Burke. Overture—Band, Song—Harry Russell. Orchestra—M. Fornoff. Song—Ed Ho well. Song—Jos. Rembusch. James Murphy will sing Monday night. The admission is but JO cents. CHANGED HIS MIND. Au Elwood Groom Sadly Disappoints a Flora, Ind , Bride. The following special to the Cincinnati Post from Flora, Ind., tells how an Elwood groom sadly disappointed a fair one of that place by changing his minu at the last moment: "Miss Sadie Spittler, of this place, was to have been married and all the guests had assembled tc witness the ceremony, but the prospective groom, Jacob Moore, ot Elwood, failed to appear, sending word that he was not ready to marry. Important Witness Found. Enoch Mow, of Koyal Centre, said to be the chief witness in the Sutherland murder trial at Plymouth, has at last been subpoenaed. The officers were several weeks in locating him. The body of the peddler, alleged to have been killed by Sutherland, was found buried under the carcass of a mule. When the crime was discovered Mow was the first man to identify the remains and the result of the trial of Sutherland for murder hangs almost entirely on his testimony. Once Wealthy Man's Fall. An attempt was made Tuesday night to rob a saloon at Peru, and four men were caught and placed in all. One of them was James Perkins an oil man, who, ten years ago was worth nearly $60,000. He was a drilling contractor and owned several oil wellsjhouses and two strings tools. Intoxicants and bad associates ru»ned him, and now he isn't worth a dollar. He was caught near the window through which another man had crawled. - -THR - New Fflrnitnre Store. |j Special Sale Of this serviceable and useful-... STANDING BOOK CASE. ONLY This Book Case is bright oak finish 54: inches high, 52 inches wide, S inches deep, and orna- metal brass feet, they are worth. 3.50, our price only - - .I1.6S OUR NEW SPRING STOCK Will be selected at the January furniture exposition 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 the five buysrs, representing the Foster Syndicate, all of •whom will spend ten days in the selection of an enormous stock of the highest merit La beauty, originality, finiiih and workmanship. Cor. Market, 5th and Erie Sts. The Logansport o Commercial High School. If you wish to secure a position to work for Experience Only, 1»O3ST attend tk« JLOKiinsport Commercial Hlxh Scluwil 1£ you wish to secure a position that will par you from tl to {2 per week. Don't attend tke Logansport Commercial High School- If you wish to attend a School wh«re you can have plenty of fun, do asyou please, and have a"HotTlmo"inireneral,D"ii't attend the Lotcarvsport Commercial Hlnrh »elu»«l But, if you wish to attend an I J n f/» Hate School where you will receive U V lu «"»"the best instruction und the best preparation. for the responsibilities of life; wnere you will receive a thorough mental and moral discipline and Lrainins: that will develop yo'-r intellect, arouse your ambl.lon and equip you. BO that you may live worthily, that you may lead a life of usefulness and that your life may be crooned with the laurels of success, the eeleomof your fellow men and the approbation os your own cooBCleoce, then, Attend Tk-e Zogansport Commercial Edh School. Over 321, 32 J and 32.'! fourth Street. REMOVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker wnere ^ou are invited to call and see a ii.ue line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Over- coatings that cannot be beat. W n . II. Merchant Tailor. Pearl St.Nextto Dr. Bell's Office. Order ef Chosen Friends. Logansport Council of the Order of Chosen Friends, together with lass council, of the same order, had banquet last evening at their hall. The Grand Recorder of Indiana, W. S. Lochman, of Indianapolis, was present and delivered ao Interesting Calk on the progress of the order. The affair was highly enjoyed by all present, Attentlfta, St. George Commajdeirj All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present at the armory at 8 o'clock this evening for drill. CHAS. RTJKL, Capt. Electric Light Bills Reduced. We have a regulator that you can. turn up or down incandescent lights tbe same as gas. Saves current.. For sale by Mutual Telephone company. The Detective Wins Yes, the detective the story of how h*r did ft one of ths mo*t exckzof «r told. Yotvcan i»«d ft ia tik column*. A Conflict of Evidence Smoke tb.e 4 0olanbi* elgv It vas written \fy Ottokogni, *bo attflxicoC "A* Artirt in Crime," and «» ofi * £ the strangest writer* el d*- •W* kra pordMMd tt«ii(W» for this tirilling tail* md ttei •rat chjptaM inO m

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