Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 26, 1898 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 26, 1898
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Private Money to Loan No Dela.tj- C- 0- HEFFLEY Insurance and Loans. jtot* Fourth Street. HENRY WEQER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fit SS clothes made. Cleaning and repair Ing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. Kroeger & Strain. UNDBLRTAKB.RS C4llt promptly attended to D»y or Nl»ht, 618 Broadway. rBLKPHONB - Offloo. «. Kroeger, 1 -S intlD. M. SETH M.VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. W. J. Barnett, Undertaker, Embalmer Had Funeral Director. 417 Mwketstreet. Calls attended day or rjpht The flnwit outfit in the U.S. Col. C. i*. wou. wifl remain with me. Office 16. Residence-Mutual When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, we fourth Street Opp- Court Home Bntranoe, DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank: Comer of Fourth and Broad w Central Telephone No Office 383, residence 343 E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Aluminite Enbber Plates. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Give us a aaU. '209 6th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Opstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. QITY NR.W3. Mrs. E. W. Alexander and daughter, Mlssi Florence, are visiting at Chicago. Miss Cynthia Porter, of Lebanon, Is the guest ot Mrs. Vincent Sltelton -and daughter. George W. Lucy of the Westslde is entertaining hia sister, Mrs. C. B. Jeffers, of Lincoln, Neb. Mayor MoKee fixed Jennie Stein's fine and costs at a total of 113 for assaulting Estella Barter. Joseph Lotz, arrested for jumping on Panhandle trains, made many promised and was discharged. Miss Anna Doyle, of S24 Eace street, will visit friends at Gas City and. Jonesboro during the next two weeks. Fred Arthur, of Grand Rapids, Mich., in in the city. He will take charge of John Hall's bar at the New Murdoclc. The Michigan Avenue club met at •the residence of Mrs. A. J. Shaffer yesterdeiy afternoon, Several new members were added to the clnb. The regular meeting of Charity Division No, 4, auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Eogin- •fcerp, will be held at 2:30 p. ra tomorrow. A post mortem examination of the remains; of the late Edward Johnson, conducted by Dr. B. C. Stevens, showed that death was caused by in- •flamma'Mon of the bowels, brought on by an old rupture. John McAllister, the printer, who has been ill for so long with an abscess ot the liver, was operated upon yesterday at St. Joseph's hospital by Dr. B. C. Stevens, and a speedy recovery is now expected. At the Wheatlaniji street M. E. parsonage, Monday evening, Miss Uollie Blckman was united in marriage to Mr. George Gelger, Eev. J. K. Waltz officiating. The couple will resilde in Logansport. As a compliment to Irvin Cain of this city for his efficient services as agent tor the Prudential Insurance company, he was promoted, last week, at the district meeting held at Lalayette, to the position ot assistant superintendent and! placed in charge of Ahe office here. j POOR SAMUEL. His Wife Has Again Disappeared From His Home, And He Has Applied for a DiTOrce- Alleges That She Chased Him With a Bntcier Knife and Threatened to Burn the House. Samuel Woodling, by his attorneys Newer & Seeder, yesterday began an action for divorce from Mina Wood The; plaintiff is a well known ADDITIONAL ITEMS. . Washington township farmer. It will be remembered that Mrs. Wood ling eloped with one James Holland a young man well known here, and Woodllng found the couple living at Peru as man and wife. He caused their arrest, but a compromise was effected by Mrs. Woodlin? agree ing to return home with net husband. She did this, but in hi complaint Samuel says she again left him on the ]5th of tnis month, and he believes she is with Holland. The complaint further alleges that de rendant refused to prepare his meals locked herself in her room wblle he was in the house, and that she once chased him with a butcher knife and threatened to burn the house. BEAL ESTATE Reported for the Pharos by Setb M Velsey. Abstractor. Joseph M. Thomas tn Izella Swat ford—Lots 84, 85 and 86, all in How urd's add to Lincoln, $525. George W. Michael and wife to Samuel Michael—10 acres oft the n end of the w * of the se } of sec 12 in Noble tp, «5,000. Samuel Michael and wife to George W. Michael—Lot 13 in o p of Lu cerne, 15,000. Emma J. Drltt et a) to Daniel Cor ridan—Lot 8 of sub div ot Prairie Park of LaRose's 3d add, «350, Helen B. Flsk to Willard B. Schrier —E J ne i- of sec 13 in Bethlehem tp, 1110, Helen B, Flak to Willard B. Schrier —Und 5 of the e i of ne J- of sec 13 In Bethlehem tp. Rebecca A. Barber and Husband to Margaret A. Bridge—J part of 4 and 5, Eoush add to Young America. $50. John Fife and wife to Josephine Fife—Lot 9, Soloman Fouts' add to Young America. 8200. Martin Koeholeiu and wire to James B. Gammsll—West 33 ft of lot 73, Waa. L. Brown's add, 3 e cor Helm and Beth st. 1550. Erford Bichardson to Judith Tootleman—Lot 2, Hoovers. $125. John A. Powell and wife to Cbas. A. Sedam—Lot 11, Ouster's 2d add, Clifton ave. »1,000. Douglas Kramer to Frank Friend —Part of s e ^ ot n e fc of sec 10, Boone tp. 1200. Febrnarj Bookings. Manager Dolan, of Dolan's opera house, has booked the following at traction!) for the month of February: February 1—Hoyt's latest success, 'A Stranger in New York." Feb. 4—"Shore Acres." Feb. 7—"Darkest Russia." Feb. 10—Joseph. Holland In "The Mysterious Mr. Bugle." Feb. 19—Joe Otl in "Star Gazer," Feb. 22—"Tennessee's Pardner." Feb. 25—Rosabel Morrison in "Carmen." Feb. £8 (one week)—The Gibney family of musical artists. The above named attractions are ixcellent shows, "The Mysterious Mr. Bugle" being an especially notable one. Canton, Attention! Ail Chevaliers of Canton Logansport No. 15, I. O O. F., are ordered ;o appear at thnir hall in full dress uniform on Thursday morning, Jan. !7th, at 6:15, for the purpose of at- ,eoding the annual meeting ot the Fifth regiment on that date at Lafayette, Ind. Will leave the hali :or Wabssh depot at 7 o'clock sharp, One full fare for the round trip :or the above occasion, and the rate s not confined to tue members ot the order, but open to all who may wish to avail themselves of the op- lortunity of this low rate on this late. J. D. ALLISON, Cape. Bimetallic League. The Cass County Bimetallic club will hold a business meeting Wednesday night, and all members are urged to be present. Hereafter the meetings will be held OD the last Veclneiiday night of each month. C. E. CARTKB, Prest. N. W. PHIPPS, Sec'y. B. P. 0. Elks, Regular-meeting tomorrow night ot Logansiport lodge No. 66, B. P.O. Elks. H. J McSHEBHT, E. B. O. A. MEANS, Secretary. Smolte the^Oclonbla cigar, Special'sale at The Fair Saturday at 2 p. m. Mrs. W. M. Parks of 2015 Spear street is ill. Wm. Brlggs has returned from a \lslt in While county. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Benner of 411 Humphrey street, a son. Attorney F. M. KtstJer is out again after a couple of days' illness. Mrs Vaientine Grusenmeyer, who was called here to attend tne funeral of Mrs. Ira W. Seybold, returned yesterday to her home at Greenville, Ohio. George Miller, a student at the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons, who has been visiting here since Saturday, returned today to Indianapolis. "The Hearthstone" is from the pen of James A. Herne. It Is a domestic comedy drama, strongly^emo- tJonal, with ao Interesting plot, bright dialogue and thrilling situations. "The Hearthstone" depicts a charming love story, the character being strongly drawn with that finesse and delicacy of touch that characterize all of Mr. flerae's efforts. The cast is made up of some of the best known people in ihe dramatic line, and the scenery is effective and beautiful. At the opera house Friday night. INSTALLATION Of Officers by the Woodmen, C. B. L. and D. of R. At a meeting of Erin Council, Catholic Benevolent Legion, held last evening the following officers were Installed: Spiritual Advisor—BBT. M. E. Campion. President—Thomas F. Welch. Vice President—Anthony Cook, Chancellor—E. J. Twomey. Secretary—Edward Cunningham. Col. and Treas—James Hermann. Marshal—James P. Welch. Guard—Patrick Dolan. Trustees—E. J, Twomey, Anthony Cook, Patrisk Dolan.1 MODERN WOODMEN. The Modern Woodmen of America have installed officers as follows: Venerable Consul—E. E. Davis. Worthy Advisor—B. P. Insley. Banker—A. Duncan. Clerk—C. E. Trickle. Escort—C. E, Schlelger. Watchman—M. Hoffman. Sentinel—E. Boyland. Physicians—Dr. E. M. Hatch and Dr. S. H. Ward. DAUGHTERS OF KEBEKAH. Jewell lodge, D. of B., installed the following officers: N. G.—Mrs. Charles Dear. V. G.—Mrs. Harry Brlggs. Secretary—Mrs, Will Messenger. Treasurer—Mrs. EmmaHarley. Financial Secretary—Mrs. .Robert Oromer. SOME FLAW TALK By Key. Madison Swadener, of This City, at Indianapolis. Be?. Madison Swadener, of this city, is engaged in evangelistic work at Indianapolis, and is stirring up the sinners of high and low degree. He is reported by the Sentinel as having made some pointed remarks at the Methodist ministers' meeting yesterday morning. After remark- Ing that a great majority of the people of the cities are out of the .hurches, he said; "Why are they out? Loofc at our leaders. They go in the best society and meet people in their best conditions. The average preacher does not know of the different worlds that exist about him. He knows nothing about the city lodging houses, into which the country is pouring its best young men and women, to enter the jreat wave of sin." Mr. Swadener also seated that the 400 needed looking after as well as the people in the poorer walks of Ue. I*"o Pleasure, Becanse no Health. Nn interest In the things of life, or ndeed in any of life's pleasures. Such is the dally lament of thousands because of some disease, the conditions being that ot utter weakness and prostration. The most skillful treatment Is necessary for the care of such diseases: the ordinary practi- itoner is not equal to it. It is to Dr. Greene, 148 State street, Chicago, 111., the most successful physician in the world in the cure of disease, to whom yon should write about our case. You can consult him free, and he will write you his opinion and advice free. The Elks' Band. At a recent meeting of the Elks' band the folio wing officers were elected lor the ensuing term: President—Al Stough, Vice President—Joseph Bembusch. Secretary—Bruce E. Sheppard. Treasurer and Business Manager— hiirles A. Smith. Trustees—Frank Kienly, James Gaugloff, George Sharif. Librarian—James Giingloff. Hmlcal Director—Sum Smith. HOME DYEINQ MADE EASY. Em a Child Can Dye Oyes. With Diamond Diamond Dyes Color Anything Any Color—Make Old Cloak*, Gowns, Scarfs and Suite Look Like Sew—How to Dress Well at Small Cost. Diamond Dyes are a wonderful help to economical dressing. These simple home dyea will coior anything any color, and they make cloaks, stockings, dresses, feathers, laces, curtains, etc,, look like new. Many of the Diamond Dyes are made from specially prepared dyestuffs, and in no other way can home dyeing bs done so simply and satisfactorily. They come in all colors, and the plain and explicit, directions on the package make it easy for the most inexperienced to use them with success. Even a child can dye a rich, perfect color, if Diamond Dyes are used. Do not risk your material with dyes that claim to color both cotton and woll with tne same dye, for It is impossible to get satisfactory results with dyes of that character. In Diamond Dyes, there are special dyes for cotton and special dyes for woll, and they are all guaranteed to give satisfaction, if used according to directions. NOTES FROM BOOSE. A Number of Farmers Going to Sorth Dakota. Editors Pharos:—Since our last writing Boone has become quiet. Nothing startling has transpired. The protracted meeting at the M. E. cburch Is still going on with fair 8UCC2SB, On Monday evening the Hon. George E, Grouse, speaker of the Dakota Territorial legislature, was billed for a speech attheKistler hall, which drew a good house. The speaker occupied an hour and a half In explaining the advantages North Dakota offered to the poor man, and also describing the climate, quality of the soil and that the Great Northern railroad was working up a colony which would start from Chicago about the last week In March, at reduced rates. A.t the conclusion of his remarks he called for the names of those who thought of going, to which quite a number responded, among whom were Al Martin, James Oswalt, Thos. Wlldermuth, George GGilpen, Adam Behney, M. E, Fisher and Dick Murry. The speaker stated that this was the fourth train of emigrants they had taken and that each year the number was increasing; ithat in the year 1895 they took 200 and last year over 1.700, and he predicted that She year 1898 would out number all former years. The speaker's remarks were listened to with interest, and are the topic of conversation about town, and no doubt quite a number will go, Mrs. James Oswalt Is quite ill and has been In poor health for some time past. E. H. Wiseley, since retiring from the postofflce, has erected a snug little office building and will engage in the collecting and notsirial business. James Fry and O, P. Kistier have formed a partnership |aod opened up an office in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Kistler, where they Intend going into the real estate and insurance business. The tour-year-old child of Mr. ?tanton, living in the|west part ot the township, had a severe attack of croup. Dr. Ktstler reports that it Is past the danger period and is in a air way to recover. OBS ERTER, OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the Expense of the Mclntosh Mnr- der Case. Following is an official statement of the costs of the Mclntosh murder case: Sheriff Hombunr. summoning jury ..... —t 9« 00 Eleven days of jury and mileage .......... 280 00 Barber bill ..... - ........................ - ............. 9 Oi Special b-iiliffa ..... ~ ....... — ------ ...... - ......... 82 "5 Special jury summons, not used .......... - 16S Si IJoctorbill ______ .............. ----- ............ - 1 00 Newspapers funusbed jury ..... _ ....... ----- "o 1*7 meals to jury --------------- .............. -• 109 25 Cost of grand jury trial ...... _ ...... — ...... aJ 00 $752 20 ........................ 1" W ......... - ............. — 5 00 Photographs ..... Plat of building J76720 A. P. PLYSK. Cleri of Cass Couaty. FROM LOWELL, MASS. The Home of Hood's Sarsaparilla— A Wonderful! Cure. : ' A swelling as big- iis a large marble came under my tongue. Physicianssaid.it was a semi-transparent tumor and must be operated upon. I felt I could not stand it, and as spring came began to take my favorite spring tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla. The bunch gradually decreased and fin&Ujr disappeared. I nave had no sign of its return. I am glad to praise Hood's Sars«p«- rflla." MB8.H.M-OoBDBS,8TInionSt, Lowell, Man. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills care Sick Hendache. Se. NEW SPRING GOODS. Materials, Silk Waists, Triminln*» and Other Novelties. [Special Correspondence.] NEW STORK, Jan. 24. — Crepon is among the newest of the spriug dress goods, and while tliere arc some new- effects the general rim of ic is the same as that of thrae and four seasons ago. For separate skirts nothing is prettier excent black satiu ducbesse or moire. Even the ranch vaunted nioire velours looks poor and couruou beside it. The aew crenons are rather more solid and the craped surface closer, -which is a good thing, as they •will not sag ont of shape like the old ones. The crinkles are as fantastic as ever. Some of i;be new crepons are in plaid designs, with trwo to three tones or colors only, and WHIPCORD AND BEDFORD TAILOR MADE COSTUMES. they are of delicate and pleasing choice, Old rose is one of she fashionable colorfi for spring and summer, and I think, too, that -we are going to have somo "crushed strawberry" and "crushed raspberry" shades again. They are soft and pleasing when suitably trimmed and in the crepon weaves I think will prove unusually attractive. I saw some veiling and some challie in those shades, but they were manufacturers' samples, so that they can be mentioned as only possibilities. The plaid crepons have very delicate colorings and novel kinds of plaid, obtained by fine lines of different colors crossing each other and brought; into almost confusing irregularity by the crape weave, yet the general effect shows a well defined plaid. These are very expensive goods, though 44 inches wide. They will retail at about $3 a yard. Among the new trimmings I find a new lace called "spider web." It is very odd, though not looking the least like a spider's work. This is to be used to trim the light muslins and lawns, though Valenciennes will be iu even better demand. Some of the silk waisiss for dressy wear are fairly smothered with lace aad insertions, some of them run with ribbons. One of dainty figured taffeta had such a fluff of lace on the square collar and- revers. Down the front is a vest of china crape, which is also used for cravat bow aud a belt arid bow. Plain silk bodices in French style, or with a slight pouched effect in front, will be offered in great variety. In some cases there will be seven of these from white to deep red, running through the gamut of colors, and those who can afford it will buy them all, so aa to have a variety. One handsorne black skirt answers to wear with them all. They have separate collars and cuffs and are held in by very fancy belts of leather or velvet aud metal, or in some cases elaborate metal belts which a,re sewed over ribbon to match each different color. Enormous buckles often adorn the front, sometimes set with imitation jewels. Plaid silk waists are cut and made so that the most of the design is on the bias. There are cloth blouse bodices, also some made of cashmere and plaid poplins. These will be worn among those of silk, satin and velours until it is time for the thin ones. The cotton and gingham, seersucker and lawn and other thin materials are all shown in so many different designs of shirt waists that no one pen could do justice to them all, bnc I mcst mention one novelty, and that is the Garibaldi blouse. This is made of deep red cashmere and has straps down the shoulder from the neck to the sleeve. The material is gathered full to these straps both front and back, and also between them, and the fullness is gathered into a belt, BODICES A>TD BELT. but falls over blouse fashion all aronnd, though not far enough to hide the belt. A fold down the center is buttoned just like a red flannel shirt, and the collar may bs a "turn down" or a simple band to button a white one to. The sleeves are bishop shape,^nt not very full. Whatever kind of collar is worn, there should be a black eurah Windsor tie pet np fe a drooping bowknot This is bound to be a popular blouse, particularly valuable for all outdoor sports. The new straw hats for summer and late spring are coining ont fast, and they are nearly all of the leghorn, chip, tnscan and milan braids, without seam or openwork. OLTVE The Antocrmt ot the Occuton. He—Darling, I mnst insist upon haying the day definitely decided. She—then you'll have to go and ask my dressmaker.—.New York Journal. --THB. -New Furniture Store. Cor. Market 5th and Erie Sts. Look at this Bargain. This entire 3 piece Bed Room Suit Finished Oak, Well Made, worth twenty dollars, our price is <C 1 O QO only «J>1<&.€7U The Dresser alone is worth all we ask for the.entire Suue A Car Load ^"' —of the Celebrated— Esiey Bed Room Soites Will arrive in a few days which we will place on sale at special reduced prices for a limited time only. If you will have to purchase a Bed Boom Suite this spring you should taKe advantage of this sale. 25 dif£ere»t styles to select fro». The Logansport Commercial High School. H you with to secure a position to work for Experience Only. IMMPT attend the JuOKansport Commercial Hifth School If you wish to secure a position that «rfu par you Irom tl to *J per week. Don't attend tke Logansport Commercial Btgh School If you wish to attend a School where you can have plenty of fun. do a« you please, and have a'-HotTime^in general,I>..n't attend the liogansport Commercial Blurb: Mchool But, if you wish to attend an I ] n 4 n fl of « School where you will receive U P w uulc the beet Instruction and the best preparation. for the renponsibtliiies ot life; wnojo you will receive a thorough mental and moral discipline and training thst win develop yo> r intellect, arouse your ambl ion and equip you so that you may live worthily, that you may lead a life of usefulness and that your life may be crowned with the laurels of success, the esteem of your fellow men and the approbation of your own conscience, then. Attend The Commercial High School, Over 321, 33 J and 325 Fourth Street. REMOVED Into the Block «n Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker wnere you are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coatingg that tannot be beat. W H Praia Merchant . II. tidlg, Tailor. Pearl St.Next to Dr. Bell's Office. The Detective Wins k " - f f& f ~' : Y«, tb« detect*** tho story of how b» did tt ft) one of the nuwt nwrWm^9$m told. Yoac*nf«*dnte Ass* A Conflict ^ of Evidence I it OCtdengMk, the mthsrof ~A Grin*,'sad «» •f t

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