Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 22, 1898 · Page 21
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, January 22, 1898
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HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well flt- tini clothes msde. Cleaning and repHr- Ujjfneatly dODB ' See him. 324 PEARL STREET. Kroeger & Strain. TSLBPHO MB- Office, B. Sirnin. M. Kroeger, SETH M-VELSEY Loang Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstract? and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. W. J. Burnett, succor «>C.L, won. Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market atreet. Calls attended day or night Tbe finest outfit in the D. S. Col. O. L. Well, will remain with me. Office 16. Residence-Mutual' 65: O. U.169. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO-' F H. Wipperman, JM.Fourth Street Opp- Court House Kntranoe, DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner ot Fourth »nd Broadlw •Central telephone No Office SS3, residence 343 E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. Hew Alnmtnite Rubber Plates. & SHANAHAN. Bur and Sell Second Hand Goods. ,Qive us a oall. '209 6th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 418 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store.. COSTS MOSM To Disturb a Religions Meeting— Dointis In and About BojaJ Center. Royal Center Jan. 22, 1898. Editors Pharos:—George Maxson was arrested on Thursday and brought before Justice James F. Fry, on an. affidavit filed by- William Click, charging him with disturbing a religious! meeting, now In progress at the Evangelical churcb, known aa the Common Center church. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty ani3 demanded a jury and subpoenas for ten witnesses. Tbe trial was liotly contested, and lasted all night. This morning the jury returned a verdict of guilty, and assessed a fine of 85 and costs, $45 80. Other suits of a similar character are threatened. Starry Fultz hid a horse and buggy stolen on Thursday evening, while hitched a* T. P. Sweet's nttching rac'r. Mr. Fultz and Enoch Mow started in pursuit, In the direction of Loganspoirt and came so near overtaking ths thief that he was compelled to abandon the rig and flee to parts unknown. The horse and buggy were foursd at the Kistler feed yard and brought bflick. The thief Is unknown. The new firm of Anderson, Runkle & !3tout shipped two car loads of hogs last Tuesday. John li belha'aser lost a valuable English mastiff dog on Thursday evening by beiiag poisoned. Just how it was poisoned Is not known, whether by accident or some evil disposed person, la not known. John UbelhBiUser, of Royal Center, has rented the Hoops farm on Stony prairie. His two sons will run the same. Mr. U. Is not going to engage In the farming business himself, as was stated In yesterday's issue. He will remain la Royal Center and will continue in his usual business. OBSERVER. ADDITIOSit ITEMS- Upright piano for rent. Enquire at 916 Broadway. Judge Lairy Is at Peru today closing up the Jfahoney case. A new lodge of the order of Bed Men is being organized in this city. Pern Chronicle: Mike Doherty, of Logausport, Is visiting with Frank Fisher. A total eclipse of the sun occurred today, but was visible only iu the West Indies. Wanted, housekeeper for country for family four children. Inquire at 914 Broadway. ^Ldolph Eikerle, the new proprietor of the John Mitchell saloon on Berkley street, will give an "opening" this (Saturday); evening. An elegant lunch will be served. At the Wheatland M. E. church, at noon yesterday, Miss Ellen Hoffman, of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Harry B. Hickmon, of White county, Bev. J, K. Watts officiating. Bev. E. Eoenlng. pastor of St. Paul's Catholic church at Ft. Wayne, Is lying critically ill at his home of pleurisy with complications, and it Is feared that the end is near. He Is well known here, and bis condition will be deeply deplored. "Religion the World Needs" Is the subject of Kev. H. E. Wieand's sermon at the English Lutheran church tonight. The special services will close tomorrow evening, when Bev. Wieand's subject wlh be "Christ's Plea to the Man." There are still a few piralrle chickens In thin locality, but they are so wild the hunter cannot get within gun shot of them. That is the reason Private Monej to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 8O8 Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. Miss Gertrude Dolan Is quite sick. Teresa Oallaban has returned from •a week's visit atElwood. Fred Long, the barber, 18 preparing to locate at Seattle, Wash. . For the best laundry work try Msibeti & Vlney. Both phones. Marlon Leader: G. P. Washburn, of Logansport, was in the city last evening. I, N. Crawford ia transacting business and visiting friends at Pittsburg, P». Mrs. J. C. Hatter, of Knor, has been admitted to Longcliff hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Harriott, of Buffalo, White oounty, are attending •the poultry show. Mr. Keeporc, of Lancaster, Fa., •who was called hero by the death of his mother, has returned home. Starke County Democrat: Fred Weibel, of Logaasport, visited his father, John Weibol, this week. Dr. Mendenhall, the Indian doctor with more than the lawful number of •wives will serve five years In the Michigan penitentiary. Two thousand ranks dry wood for sale cheap. Inquire at Dr. Brad- fleld's office, or at yard, corner of Market and Eel RLver avenue. £nox Democrat: Dr. J. E. Pryor has returned from the home of his parents at Logan sport, where he has b«en sick with rheumatism for two or three weeks. Mrs. Helen B. Fisk, by her attorneys, W. T. 7/Hson and George 3, Taber.has filed against Johanna (J. •ad A.. 0. Barnett to recover $500 on * note given plaintiff's husband, C. W. Fisk, deceased. A close observer of the sessions of the common council can readily see t'ue sneers of Republican officials of all grades whenever a Democratic member dares to lift his voice In opposition to the plans of the bosses. Royal Center complains of a icarclty of houses, and offers inducements to any capitalist who will erect several dwelling houses. Several families wishing to make Royal Oenter their borne are unable to find houses. ANOTHER USFORTUfflTE. George Helvte Got on the War Path Yesterday Afternoon. The trouble ot George Helvie, 'the ex-saloon keeper, are many. The police have been called upon several Mmee of late Co curb his turbulent; spirits, natural and artificial. He called at the office of Judge Wlnfiele yesterday afternoon and asked that attorney to prepare and circulate a paper attesting to his (Helvie's) good character, Mr. Wlnfield demurred, when Helvie became so boisterous thai; a policeman was called. As a consequence Helvie was locked up. An hour or so spent behind the bars had the effect; to quiet a desire to annihilate his supposed enemies, and he was released., Proceeding to the Van da] la station he purchased, a ticket and left on the 8:15 train for South Bend. Helvie raised a disturbance at the Central Union Telephone office a few clays ag;o, and was threatened with arrest. His wife, who applied for a divorce about ten days ago, has 'been greatly alaroied by his threats. SPLE&DID ADVICE To Those Who Do Sot Purchase of Home Merchants. Buyling on credit at home and sending or taking your ready cash away to some larger city for supposed bargains, which, when they arrive, arb In no sense bargains, Is the most suicidal policy in the world and it is surprising that people of good common sense cannot appreciate the fact. If you need a suit of clothes, a carriage, a cloak, a box of cigars, or even a tombstone, consult the local dealers first, and take our word for it, you will be surprised to find that; they can meet any price made oy the foreign dealer, and especially so If you add the incentive of cash in hand, which you would be obliged to give the city merchant. CA.M81SE LOCKED UP. Raise I a Disturbance at the Panhandle Staiioo. . T olm Camblne, another unfortunate who aas long been looked upon as a nuisance about the city, made finings lively for the police last night. Having taken an overdose of whisky he raised a disturbance In the neighborhood of the Panhandle station, and Officers Morris and Burch were compelled to lock htm up. He resisted arrest and bis insane ravings attracted a crowd of nearly two hundred people . they are here. Quail are getting plentiful and if let alone awhile will be as numerous as In fomer years. The 1898 Whist club will be entertained this evening by Mr. and Mrs. William S. Rosier, at their home, 1825 North street. The club will commence playing duplicate whist tonight. This Is the first club in the city to introduce this fascinating frame, CHICAGO MARKETS Rece'lred Oallj 6. A. by W. W. Mlluer, B. BniMin*. at Chicago, Jan. 22, 1898. Wheat—For May opened at 92£c; high, 92Jc; low, 91j@irc; closed, at 92c. Wheat—July opened, 84$-@84§c: closeid, 84Jc. Corn—May, opened, 29c; high, 29c; low, 2S£c; closed at 28|@ 29c. Outs—For May, opened, 23|c; high, 23Jc; low, 23fc; closed at 23|c. Pork—Msy opened, 19.80; high, $9.80;low, $9.70; closed, 19.77. Hogs—Opened strong, 5o higher; receipts of hogs 14,000 head; receipts estimated for Monday 38,000. For mixed, «3.52(2)3,77; for heavy, I3.«5@I3.80; rough, I3.50@3.55; light, I3.55@I3 70. Cattle—Receipts, IJOO, strong; sheap, 500. Curb, 92 bid; pats 91fc; calls, A PECULIAR LAW. Seyen Years' Absence Held to be Inference of Death. an SPARKLING COltEDT. Hojt's "A Black Sheep" at Dolan's Tonight—"The Foundling" Monday SigflU Logansport theatre patrons will likely be out In full force tonight to enjoy Hoyt's greatest comedy, ''A Black Sheep." The play has never been presented here, and It will be produced in all of its originality, consisting of a wealth of comedy, humorous iDstructions, new sod up-to-date specialties by a corps oC vaudeville artists, and a bevy of pretty girls In bright and handsome costumes. The piece is la everj .way calculated to suit the popular taste, and that Is why the people are packing the theatres at every performance. Hcyt knows bow to draw money to the box offlee better than any other American playwright. He finds out what the fickle public wants, what they will pay for, then he supplies the want. "THE FOU.NDLING." Cissy Fitzgerald and her winsome wink are to be the attraction at the opera house Monday night. It was Cisisy's wonderfully fascinating wink that woo her such a tremendous success In New York, and notr that It is really coming the theatre-loving public are fairly tingling with, delightful anticipation. Cissy Fitzgerald came over from Eugland with George Ed- wards'original "Gaiety Girl" company, and immediately became the ra;ze of all Sew York. "TheJFound- llog," a very spicy play, Is to be the medium of her introduction to the people of Logansport, and her role of the tricky little Maybud is said to give grand opportunities for the Introduction of her bewilderir.gdances. A SHIP CAMAL Which Kay Enter the Wabash «t or >'ear Logansport. For the past ten years, at eacb sea sion of congress., the matter of a ship canal from Lake Michigan to the Wabash river has been a fruitful subject for discussion and the cause of resolutions being introduced providing for a survey of the most feasible routes. Several surveys have been made in accordance with these resolutions, und the engineers In charge have generally conceded the route entering the Wubash at this point as the best;. The country Is now on the eve of great Improvements in the shape of internal waterways, as a means of providing transportation at reduced rates and to keep railroad rates at a proper figure. The next few years will see large sums spent In this manner. With this end in view, Senator Turpie, on Wednesday, Introduced in the senate a joint resolution providing for the appointment of a commission to make a survey of a ship canal for the lower part of Lake Michigan to the Wabash river, and the same was referred to the committee on commerce If favorable action is taken, a survey will be made the coming summer. RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. One of the leading life Insurance coDapanies of the country, in which James W. Tate, the defaulting state treasurer of Kentucky, held a policy, han agreed to pay it, thus acknowledging his death, under the law which makes that] Inference after seven years' absence without being heard from. Attention, SU George All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present at the armory at S o'clock Monday might In full dress, for Installation officers. By order of CHAS. BUHL, Capt. of Smoke the A Mountain Lion. A fine specimen of a B^ocky mountain lion was aboard the east-bound Wibash train yesterday morning, on its, way to Detroit. It Is said to be as fine a specimen as it ia possible to capture, >jelng a nine-months-old cub, weighing about ninety pound?, and was trapped In Colorado. Tbe beast got out of its crate at Kansas City and created great consternation, Ice House Einrned. A small building at the rear of the 0. B. Sargeant property on east High street, formerly used as an Ice house, was destroyed by fire at 2 o'clock this morning. The department was called out- The loss is about $75, partially covered by Insurance. Tee Sargent residence is occupied by John R. Pratt, of the Logansport Wall Paper company. Burns-Kjirdes. At Philadelphia, on the 19th, Miss Maggie Kardes, sister of Vincent; Kardes, of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Patrick Barns. The groom is a conductor on one of the street car lines In Philadelphia. The bride is an estimable young lady and is well-known here. She was formerly clerk at the Trade Palace dry foods store. REAL ESTATE Reported for the Pharos by Seth M. Velser, Abstractor. John W. Ststler and wife to Susan Johnson—Part of lot 7, Tipton's 2d add. *189. Susan Johnson to John W. Kistler and wife—Above property. §1,070. Charles Morehead to Sarah K. Guthrle—Lot 166, west end add. 8400. Dai Id Snyder to Allen Parker— E J ol n e J of sec. 17, Tipton cp; 80 acres. $2,200. Bicherd;Fall to Henry B. Taylor- Part or e J of n e i of sec. 23, Har- rlaon tp. 11400. A. J. Robinson to John C. Brophy —Lot 22, Dykemaa's 3d add, cor, Hth and Toledo st. 11,400. "Sunset Limited," A vestibtiiled train of composite compartment drawing room sleeping cars and dining cars. Chicago and St. Louis to California In three days. Complete particulars mailed free to any addresis by your local agent or James Chairlton, G. P. A. C. & A. E. R., Ohicaga, III., orjsH. C. Townsand, G. P. A. St. L,, I. M. & S. Ry,, St. Louis, Mo. The "1492" company came In on the Vandalia this morning and went to Peru on the 4:18 Wabash train, giving a performance in that city to- Money to loan on city property.— lien Tlaher. Scrofula In its thotuiands ot forms is the most terrible affliction of the human race. Salt rbenm, SOMS, ernptions, boils, all humors, swellings, etc., originate in its foul taint, and are ctned by the great and only Trne Blood Purifier, flood's Sarssparilla. The advanced theory of today that tuberculosis, or consumption, is curable by proper nutrition, care and purifying the blood, flndifl confirmation in the experience of mimy who have been cored by Hoods Hood's Pills cure sick headacfce. flcnu of Truth Gleaned From, the Teachings of All Denominations There is much in man, but it needs more than, himself to give it significance and force-—Rev. Dr. John M. Moora, Methodist, St Louis. Faith. But faith being absent, all is absent. Faith is mightiest where there is neither means nor hope.—Kev. ilr. Roughton, Wesley chapel, Cincinnati. Oar Opinions. Jesus loved to confound our pet opinions. Tbe first business of a teacher is to destroy false wisdom.—Rev. Dr. Prank Crane, Methodist, Chicago. Humility In Frayer. Humility is the foundation of all true prayer, and without it every other grace of the soul will wither and die,—Rev.. Edward McHugh, Methodist, Cincinnati Worlc and Christianity, All work done in a religious spirit is eacred work, for Christianity ennobles and consecrates all work which is done for the welfare of man.—Bishop Fallows, Episcopal, Chicago. Xoblest Labor. The noblest labor that can be performed is for a man to take the rough materials of human nature and mold them into a saintly soul.—Rev. John Scevens, Methodist, San Francisco. Power of Gentleness We speak often of the power of God, but it is the gentleuess of God that works the greatest wonders. It is this that makes men great.—Rev. Richard G. Woodbridge, Congregationalism Middleboro, Mass. Secret of Their Snccen*. One secret of the success of the chil dren of the poor is found not only in •jheir jaatural abilities, but in the rigid training made necessary by their lot in life.—Rev. Dr. George B. Vosbnrgh, Baptist, Denver. His Conception of Beauty. The mountain and glacier were monuments of God's conception of beauty, and while it was impossible for the sight of them to awaken thoughts of making gold, yet it was when one was in solitude upon some grand summit be came nearest to God.—Rev. Dr. R. A. Holland, Episcopal, St. Lonis. Resurrection. Heaven seas daily the adwnt of a better class of spirits. And hourly the spirits of men greet their Lord and live with him. Be quiet. Don't get nervous. Be good. Living better for five months in fear won't help you. Instead of making ascension robes put on righteousness. — Rev. Barton O. Aylesworth, Christian Church, Denver. Facility In Doing; Klght. A man can no more be a spiritual athlete without training than he caii be a physical one. If in the midst of your days yon would find it easy to say "No" to temptations which assail, begin in the days of your youth to say i! and that which is hard at first will become easy at last.—Rev. Dr. Baker, Presbyterian, Philadelphia. Our Gentleness. The night of life is coming on apace. It will be sweet to have the gates swing inward at our approach to the city eternal and to be welcomed by some watching far our home coming and to hear from joyful lips such words as these, "Thy gentleness hath made rne great." —Rev. Richard G. Woodbridge, Congregationalist, Middleboro, Mass. Common Sorrow. There is something in a common sorrow that seems to break through all the bonds that keep us asunder. Suffering humanizes us and opens our sympathies to all our fellow sufferers. It is easy to single out in a crowd the men and women who have been humanized, who have been purged by the purifying lye of pain.—Rev. A. B. Curtis, Springfield. Thoughtful Women. The thooghtf nl young woman is not misled by the clamor against organized forms of religion. She knows that attention to detail is necessary, and that religions sentiment without religious order is transient. She is a woman of religious habit, and under the blessed influence of systematic devotion her soul opens in life and consecrates all life.— Dr. Lawrence, Baptist, Chicago. Power to Enforce Eight. Not even education and culture are sufficiently strong to act as moral forces. All attempts to found morals upon expediency or upon eternal force, or even upon education, must fail. Morality is not policy or pretense or learning, but the doing of good in obedience to the will of God. Religion is the most potent moral ageacy of humanity. God is the real conscience of mankind.—Rev. Silverman, Rabbi, New York. j Value of Human Vows. | Life is worth just what our vows, un der Goal, make it to be, A man without vows is not a star, but a meteor; not a mountain range, but a sand dune, drifted now to the shore and now to the sea. Mark your line upon the timber, and then hew it. Set your stake, and then work toward it. Fix your goal, and in God's name stretch ont for it. You will never be half a man so long as yon merely "want to do about right." Consecrate yourself by a sacred vow to the service of yo'or Lord, and then by his heavenly gracs live up 10 it.—Rev. H. D. Jenkins, Presbyterian, Kansas City. Faith and Faltbfulnees. There is faith, and there is faithfulness, aind, he shares this with thousands of others. There are thousands of men who hare suffered more than Jesus, dying for his own troth; thousands of martyrs who, with his namu on their lips, have gone through greater torture than he did. All these—whoever has been faithful, whoever has suffered for the righi; whoever has been true—have helped to work ont the atonement, the i reconciliation, of the world with God, j showing the beanty of truth and bring- 1 ing men into that admiration of it that ' helps them to come into accord witt lediyiaelifa—3'ifev. Dr. Minot J. Sav j'age, Unitarian, .New York. - -THR - New Furniture Store. Cor. Market, 5th and Erie Sts. Look at this Bargain. Tin* entire 3 piece Bed Room Suit Finished Oak, Weil Made, worth twenty dollars, our price is CIO QC\ only 01<C.*7W The Dresser alone is worth nil we ask for the entire Suite A Car Load •*• —of the Celebrated— Bstey Bed Room Suites "Will arrive in a few duvs which we will place on sale at special reduced prices for a limited time only. If you will have to purchase a Bed Room Suite this spring you should tase advantage of this sale. 25 different styles to select from. The Logansport owphtmeis Commercial High School, If you wi»h to secure a position to work for Experience Only. 1>OXT attend tho lioe&nnport Commercial HUch Hebool If you wish to secure a position that will pay you from $1 to $2 per week. Don't attend the Logansport Commercial High School If you wish to attend a School where you can nave plenty of fun. do as you please, and tiave ft"HotTlme"ingeneral,I>«n't attend the Loeiuispojrt Commercial Rljrk Mebool But, if you wish to attend an I Tn f n flftfc* School where you will receive U H l " «"»«*• the best instruction and the oest preparation, for the reoponsiblliiies ol life: where you wttl receive a thorough mental and moral discipline and ti-aiamsr that will develop yorr Intellect, arouse your ambi-ion and equip you 80 that, you may live worthily, that you may lead a iii'e of usefulness and that your life may bo crowned with the laurels of suooocs, tho esteem or your fellow men and the approbation of your own conscience, then, Attend The Logcunsport Commercial High School. M. W. MtiaPHY I J W. H.OOKB 1 Over 321,32J and 335 fourth Street REMOVED Into the Block en Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker wnere you are iavited to call and see a flue line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Over- coatings that «annot be beat. W. D. Craig, Merchant Tailor. Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell's Offioa. Detective the dotecttv* tho «torjr at how b» did It fc one of tho moat excitfaf *««r told. Yoa«*a»MUlitia AM* column*. A Conflict of Evidence It wa« mfttM by Ottoiengtii, the antfaw < ArtiBt in Crim*," aad ow erf the

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