Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 15, 1898 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, January 15, 1898
Page 19
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;No Figures Changed. -••• •••* The 1=4 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 ouse. Nothing Reserved. THE HUB Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St, HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does flMt class work, fltyUdli and well fitting olothen made. Cleaning and repalr- tog neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. LIDA LEISURE Physician, Offlco in House. Oor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. fcogamsport Messenger Service. H A MOO RE has put upon the streets a Wrceldelivery w» K on »»d respectfully Bol- •tt the public pfttronsp-.v Parcels and light, Zjyage promptly delive red to any part of tho ottf. Leave orders at Eel River Livery Barn, •H Phone No SS New No 91 Private Money to Loan No Delay- C. 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 20$ Fourth Kroeger & Strain. UNDELRTAKRH9 TKLHPHOKB - Office. W. Kro«ifer. •glrtin. M. SETH M-YELSEY Loans Money lit 6 per cent. Makes Abstrtjiits and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Inimrance. W. J. Barnett, '*'*"•« to c - L - Woll< . Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417Marto>t«reet. Calls Attended day or n^ht. Tbe B«e«t outflt in the II. S. Col. O. .L. wou, wttl remain with mo. DVl ___ c Office 16. Kesldenoe-Mutual 1 F nones e5:o.tr.i!9. When You :Seed an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO— F H. Wipperrnan, nt^rourth Street Opp. Onurt House Entrance. GEORGE W. RODEFEK. Real Estate, Loiitns. tod ot Market street . si itol Hirer a-onue,east DR. F. M. BCOTR'S DENTAL PARLORS, Over City Natlon&l Bank Comer of Fourth and Broadwat Oeo»»l ICJeplione No 0 ffioe S6S. residence 343 E.H. GRACE, D-D.S. DENTAL PARLORS, S16 Market Street. New Aluminite Bubber Plates. Bur and Sell Second Hand Goods. l«S6thgtreet D. K DELZELL, Dentist, 410 MARKKT STREET {Jpttain over Brufjgnmtn'a Millinery Store. OITY NHW8. The latest "successful" flying machine is announced from Eyansvllle. Rev. T. S. Guiihrie will conduct services at the Unlversalist church tomorrow morning. Incandescent lamps 15 and 18 cents for tnree days only.—J. W. Blackford, 314 Poarl street. John R. Porter, one oil Peru's early merchants and influentiEil Democratic politicians, is dead at an advanced age. It is likely that a spilt in the TL B. church congregation at Macy will occur, on the question of holding so- ciables In the church. Feb. 4th la tbe date set for the hearing of the oral argument in the S«preme court Oia the constitutionality of the Indeterminate sentence law. A. J. Robinson, who assumes the management of the big wagon works at Lafayette, will not remove his family to that cl':y, at least at ores- <ent. James Statesman, the Peru statesman, is said to have started on a house to house canvass for the B.e- publlcan nomination to congress in this district, against Congressman Steele. Haj Loft No. 170}, Haymakers, wUI give a ball at DoUn & McHalo's hall on next Wednesday evening. A splendid time is assured all patrons. Stelnhart's orchestra will furnish the music. The appellate court has affirmed a judgment for' |1,500 recovered lay Carrie Chandler against John Baecher, a saloon keeper of Martin county, and his bondsmen, for causing her husband's death by selling him Intoxicating liquor. Tne Wagner quartette, which sang at tbe Broadway M. E, church In JS95, will beiri the city on the 3d and 4th of February. They will sing free of charge at the following schools on the above datos: High school on the 3d at 11 o'clock, central at 3:30, and on the day following at the Weatslde at 11 and. at at the Sixteenth street school at 3:oO. About the smallest baby for Us age we have ever heard of is the little son of Mr. anr* Mrs. Jesse Burns, who live about two miles north of Flora. The infant Is about two months old yet it only weighs two and one~half pounds, the same as it did when born. Its little .body is perfectly formed, and it does not suffer from any disease. It is naturally small. The funeral of Miss Ida Racla- baugh was held at 1:30 this afternoon from the Broadway M. IS. church. Interment was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. There was a laige attendance at the funeral. As a mark of respect for their late co- laborer, the teachers in the cltty schools were all present at the services. There were many beautiful floral offerings. "SHANTI TO*>V An Irish Comedy of tbe Higher Class at Dolan's Tonigftt. The Lafayetie Journal pays the following compliment to the Irish comedy, "Shanty Town," cresented there Wednesday night, and which will be presented tonight at the opera house: "An agreeable surprise greeted a small audience at the Grand last night when Tom Nawn presented 'Shanty Town.' 'Shanty Town 1 is an Irish comedy oi a high class. It is by far the best Irish play that has visited Lafayette in a long time. It has nothing In common with the brutal and Indecent, horse olay involving a tall and a short Irishman that nowadays passes for Irish comedy: It tells a story of considerable Interest, and the characters presentlypes most distinctly marked, and intensely Interesting, which appear strongly to tbe sympathies of the spectator. They are Irishmen of various sorts, not all alike any more than any other people are all alike, but each distinctly Irish. The play Is full of action and oeeras with a rough douDle fisted sort ot wit that while crude, is cleain and thoroughly enjoyable. It is quite devoid of the melo-dramatic exaggeration, which might have been expected." HOKRISON'S FAUST.', For a score or more o' years Lewis Morrison has been presenting the dramatic version of Goethe's well- known story of ''Faust" until it has become one of the standard abtrac- tions we look forward to as an annual visitor. It has a story full of intensltv and above all the staging that has been given tbe production by Mr. Morrison puts It OE the highest plane of spectacular theatrical work. The Devil, ae impersonated by Mr. Morrison, Is a jovial sort of person, a very diplomat In both speech and action, enticing in manners, and polished withal. Among the features in scenes and effects, probably the most notable one is that shjwing the fountain square at Nuremberg and the Brocken, which is essentially the intense scene of the play. Incidental to tbe presentation Mr. Morrison offers the work of a very talented quartette ot singers ancl the chime of bells that is heard in connection with the church scene is a,lso particularly effective. At the opera house Tusday night. DELIGHTFOLLf ENTERTAINED, We;re the Wive?, Sisters aas Sweethearts of the Members of the PottoTrattomies. The handsome apartments of the Pottowattomie club was the scene of another delightful social gathering last night, the occasion being tbe entertainment of the wives, sisters ancl sweethearts of members. Tbe attendance numbered nearly 125. The time was passed at pvogreselve euchre. Mrs. E. E. Plttman was awarded the prize for loae hands, ancl Mr. Zach Tiylor the prize for points. Music was furnlshen by the Ladles' Trebel Clef quartette and the Elite Mandolin orchestra. Luncheon was served. Bard Lines. "It Is mighty hard lines," say? an exchange, "for a prospective father- in-law to pay heavy fuel and light bills these chilly evenings and . thus aid in getting rid of a daughter whom it iis his heart's dearest wish to keep, d also to assist In getting a son-in- law whom he doesn't want, and wouldn't even have if he could avoid 16. A Groshen father figures it that it cost him 110,000, counting general education and other expenses, in raising two daughters to caipture two sons-in-law that could not be sold for fo per head 2n an? market." Oar Readers Eager for This Chance. Here Is a chance for the sick and suilerlng to consult the most succes?- ful physician of this century, Dr. Greene, of 148 State street, Chicago, IU. His record or wonderful cures is unequaled and unrlvalBd, and he offers to give all free consultation by letter. If you are out of health, write this great specialist about your complaint. It costs you nothing and he will explain just what alls you, and without doubt make you well and strong again. A Long Season for a Circus. The longest season ever endured by a circus was that of nine months, just closed by the Wallace shows. The circus train reached Peru on Thursday, having been en route since last Friday, when it exhibited at Gainesville, Fla. While unloading, William Hyatt was thrown from a ear by be- leg hit by a wagon tongue, and his left leg was broken. The show will be in the winter quarters at Peru, for about three months. Residence BobbaL A thief entered the residence of Wm. Dolan, on Market street, at 5 p. m. Thursday evening through, an o'pen window, and stole »1.75 In wish, a gold ring, a rosary valued at 120 and a halt dozen Imlves and forks. ADDITION it ITEMS. Dr. Ward has purchased a horse and baggy, both very handsome. Boyt's "A Black Sheep" will be presented at Dolan's opera house on the22d. Mrs. George i*. Bliss has returned from B;u8!ton, where she was called by the death of a relative. The oil on the water in the Wabash river is from the break in the Cudahy pipe line near Lagro. Miss Rickets, ot Delphi, talked of her missionary work in Slam, this afternoon, at the home of the Miss >.s Pittman. N. F. Hart, representing the Riddle Hardware company, of Philadelphia, will Sunday in the city, a guest of G. L. Ullery. Hugh B'erguson has removed with his family from the Uhl farm, near Anoka, onto the Alf Myers farm In Clinton township. Mrs. Wils Berry and Mrs. A. J. Shaffer have returned from Gal?eston where they were called by the death of Mrs. Dr. Conner. It is said that tbe Shull children, whose parents are prisoners in the county jail will be taken care of and reared by Indianapolis parties. Parke county has had 25 murderers in the last five years. Fifteen murders have been brought to trial at a cost to the county of »25;000. The funeral of tbe late S. J. Pittman, of Lucerne, will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow from the Lucerne Presbyterian church, Rev. Hughes officiating. S. J. Lefevere, of Gibson City, Ills., who was a guest of Dr. Ward Thursday and yesterday returned home last night. Mr. L, Is the manager of the electric light plant at Gibson City. B. E. Everett, who talked of build- Ing an. electric line south from Logansport to Indianapolis, whose home is at Fort Wayne, was arrested there Thursday and taken toDecatur,Ind., where he is charged with obtaining money uader false pretenses. During the year 1897. there were for the whole state 1,232 convictions for felony and 2,165 for misdemeanor and pending at the close of the year both felony and misdemeanor 4,237 cases, These figures are taken from the recent report of the Indiana bureau of statistics. RE-ELECTED The Officers of the City Bank. -J'Joha C. Ingram, of Indianapolis, declined to serve on the board of directors of the City National bank, on account of being a non-resident, and the vacancy was filled by the election of I. K. Crawford. Mr. Crawford was a member of the original board, but was not reelected by the stockholders. Mr. In- gram'is declaration occasioned a delay in the organization, which occurred late yesterday afternoon. No change was made in the official force. John Gray continues as president, I. IT. Crawford vice-president and F. R Fowler cashier. THE KORN KARSITAL. A Fairly Good Attendance Present Last Might. There was a fairly good attendance at the Korn Karnlval Irst night, notwithstanding the inclement weather, and everybody was pleased with the prognimme of entertainment. The booth.!! were accorded a liberal patronage. Max Mattes and Harry Uhl were the lucky ones. The former drew the bed room set and the latter a handsome silk quilt. There will be an entire change of programme tonight and the features will M new and novel. It will only cost 10 cents to nee It. A Pleasant Surprise. Miss Grace O.Mara was the victim of a vi;ry agreeable surprise last even- iop at her home on the Southslde, perpetrated by a> number of friends, rteade'fii by Misses Katie Harrington and Marie Hestur calling on her un- fcxpectedly. The evening was spent in a very pleasant manner. Refreshments were served. Electric Ligat Bills Redneed. We have a regulator that you can turn up or down incandescent lights the sa,me as gas. Saves current. For sale by Mutual Telephone company. Money to loan on city property.— Ben Fisher. Kept in the House Never Without Hood's on Hand. " As a family medicine and blood pori- fier I find nothing equal to Hood's Sarsa- pariflsi. I keep it in tne nouse all the tameu Whenever I get np with a headache I take Hood's Ssrsaparilla and it relieves me. I have been cnred o£ boils by taking Hood Sarsaparilla." IJAPSA. ST.TDKR, 238 Owi-tew St., New Albany, Indian*. Hood's Sarsaparilla The B*st—in fact tie One True Blood Purifier. H*o«l'* Pills «tn Indigestion, as Mats. GRAND SATURDAY NIGHT REMNANT CARNIVAL AT THE Golden Rule. Tonight you can find these bargains as quoted below at the Bargain store: Green ticket Lonsdale muslin at only 5Jo yard. Fruit of the Loom muslin at only 5Jo yard. Tnese muslins are not In reran ante and you can have what you want. Remnants of all best prints In black, blue, red and fancies, all go at 3|c. All prints from piece at 4Jc yard. 200 remnants of table linens towl- ings, sheetings, etc., marked regardless of cost. Our celebrated Florence Anelda union suits for ladles which retail for 50c. for tonight only 2Sc. Ladles' long sleeve vests, heavy ribbed, for tonight I2c. Potter and Weild's best table oil cloths only lOc yard. 1,000 remnants of silks, dress goods, etc., marked at 50 per cent less than cost. In fact, al) remnants go at most any price, no matter what the coat was. Could we interest you in cloaks? If the price will, we know we can, as we have put our entire stock in three lots, namely, 12.85, «6.50 and $9.85. Come in tonight. The Golden Rule THE SUCCULENT CLAM. How to Coat. In Various Toothsome and H'utritiona Ways. As with oysters, to have clams fresh and sweet great care must be observed in procuring them from the dealer. The recipe here given can also be used for "clams hashed brown," for "croquettes" and deviled cJams. Wash 25 clams in cold water. Have ready two receptacles. Into one put the opened clams and into tbe other their liquor. Place saucspan on the fire aa<5 strain the liquor into it. Add 2 ounces of prime butter. Then pour in the clams. If their liquor is not sufficient to boil the clams, add a little cold water. Let come to a boil and remove from fire. Pour contents into a colander and reserve the liquor. Eemove clams from the colander and chop very fine. Mince a small onion and with 2 ounces of butter put it in the saucepEin and let remain on fire until onion becomes crisp. Now stir in a tahlespoonful of powdered bread or cracker crumbs or a little flour. Stir until thoroughly incorporated. Now add the reserved liqnor — say, three-fourths of a cupful—a good sized pinch of pepper or a small pinch of cayenne and a mustard spoonful of dry English mustard. Mix thoroughly while cooking for about 2 minutes. Now add the chopped clams and cook from 3 to 5 minutes. Flavor the mixture with your favorite herbs—say, a teaspoonful, chopped finely. Beat np the yolks of 3 eggs, and while beating add a wineglass of good Madeira wine. Stir for a minute and remove from fire. Add sufficient bread crumbs to form the proper consistency. Scallop 6 pieces of stale bread and toast to a light brown. Place on a warm plate and pour contents over. Garnish with parsley leaves and serve with lemon. This is also an excellent way to prepare clams for croquettes. Form the preparation when cool into any desired shape. Dip in eggs and roll in freshly grated bread crumbs. Fry in hot lard and butter until a golden brown. For deviled clams mix half a cup of cream with half of the above preparation and thicken with cracker or bread crumbs. Fill six clean clam shells heaping full and sprinkle breadcrumbs with a little melted butter over. Place a thin slice of lemon on top and bake a golden brown in moderately hot oven. When about to serve, make an indenture in the center and drop in a piece of butter the size of a hickory nut. Garnish with parsley leaves. Bow to Slake » Good Liniment. .Two eggs, beaten separately; to the yolks add half a pint of good cider vinegar, half a pint of turpentine and a large tablespoonful of fine salt, addiug the whites of the eggs last The best way to use it is to wet a wool flannel cloth and apply. If it is not convenient to ose the cloth, then bathe frequently with. the liniment. Always shake the battle well before using. It is good far sprains or braises, external or internal; for cramps,, croup, indigestion and that pain in breast after the grip, which is the forerunner of pneumonia. It cures toothache and is equally good for animals as for man. How to Keep a Steal Sot. When it is necessary to keep a meal hot for a belated comer, do not set the plate holding the food in a hot oven, thns discoloring the china as well as drying the food. Instead place the plate upon the fire over a pan of boiling water, covering the plate with a pan that will just fit over the edge of the plate. The food -will keep bot, and there will be enough steam from the boiling water in she lower pan TO keep the plate moist «nd prevent iU content* from beconiiag iried. --THR-- New Furniture Store. Special Sale Of this serviceable and useful STANDING BOOK CASK. ONLY This Bo ok Case is bright oak finish 54 inches high, 52 inches wide, 8 inches deep, and orna- metal brass feet, they are worth 3.50, onr price only - - .11.68 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 buyers, representing the Foster Syndicate, all of whom will spend ten days in the selection of an enormous stock of the highest merit in beauty, originality, finish and workmanship. Cor. Market, 5th and Erie Ste. The Logansport on Commercial High School. If you wl»h to secure a position »o vork for Experience Only. I>OST attend ILoicanwport Commercial HUfh ' If you wish to secure a position that wUI par you from $1 to $2 per week. Don't attend tko Logansporc Commercial High School, If you wish to attend a School where you can have plenty of fan. do as you please, and have a"HotTlnae"in generaL.W'-n't attend the .tiOffanKpart Commercial Bl£h ftehooL But. if you wish to attend an I ] n f n Dttfp School where you will receive V V iu «' nlc the best instruction and the best preparation. for the responsibilities of life; wnere you will receive a thorouKh mental and moral cllaclDUne and traininir that will develop yo r Intellect, arouse yout ambition and equip you BO that you may live worthily, that you may lead a Ufe of usefulness and that your life may be crowned with, the laurels of success, the esteem of your fellow men and the approbg" tion o( your own conscience, then, Attend The Logunsport Commercial High School. Over 321, 32J and 335 Fourth Street. REMOVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where yon are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Snitings and Over- coatings that cannot be beat. Merchant Tailor. Pearl St.Next to Dr. Bell's Office. . I ik > *V 1 The Detective Wins Yes, tbe detect*** won, MA ; : ,^v the story of how h« did ft t» r-U'V one of tho mo«t exciting •*« -..':. told. YoacanM*dttin1lMB» column*. It ia «ntrd0d > A Conflict of Evidence It wirUxui vy •' Artirt JB Cite*," and oat the •trtrage* writan at teetve rtorie* Briny. We kavi» pardMMd *• for this thriEijJj

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