Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 7, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 7, 1897
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John Gray's ... Corner on Plain and... Fancy Dress Goods In all the fashionable shades and weaves, Including all Covort and Gran lit Cloths. Something new In Silks for walbta in Roman Stripes and Checks. New Ribbons and Gloves. ,, Come in and look through this stock, Tender and Juicy! Enough to Tempt a Vegetarian. Wm. Rowe, Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247. . W. Campbell Has removed his Second Hand Store to 212 SIXTH STREET Next to Moynihan'a. And wishes to inform the public that he is Still in the business, Stove Repairing a Specialty. E. H. GRACE, D- D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. Buy« and Soils * Second Hand Goods. GiveusacaU. 209 6th street INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. Undertake r s . 3(8 Market street, Hoppo Bu Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, (lay or night. Mr. Gillian was for ninny years foreman tor Cnarli S L. Woll . Telephone 3/il W. J. Bamett, Sucoe B9 ortoC.L.Woll. Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Markctetroet Calls attended day or nlsnt. The finest outfU in the U. S. Col. C. L. won, Till remain with nio. r»u~.,^~ Oltlce 1C. Residence-Mutual, Phones GO-.C.U. 109. ^^^___ When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, MX) Fourtb Street Opp. Court. House Entrance, DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National BanR Corner of Fourth and Broadwv Now Is Your Chance. You can buy you » home or pay off yiur MOitgrairf by gendirKM. M. Gordon a buyer for Real Estate, Who will divide the commission with you, M. M. Gordon, DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DECTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAHQS THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1897. OITY NRWS Walden sells John Kelly shoes. The weather tomorrow will be fair and warmer. Fred Enoch, of the Adams express company's offlne, this c:ty, is at Kokomo, working as clerk in the office in that city temporarily. The Wabath railroad had a special train of twenty-nine ell cars out of *eru Saturday. The o 11 was taken to Laketon by engine J4 and there pumped into the Stand »rd company'* Unto. PROBABLY FATAL Accident to John Beoghegan, a Panhandle Brakeman. His Right Arm Crushed and Was Amputated at the Shoulder —Railroad Sews. John Geoghesran, a Panhandle freight brskemac, whose home Is at Piqua, O , had his right arm and shoulder crushed this morning,while uncoupling cars at Kouts. He was on train 8, Julius Benning conductor, and had uncoupled the cars and bad reached over to uncouple the air hose, when his shoulders and arms were caught between the deadwoods. The unfortunate brakeman was brought to this city at, 12:30 on passenger train No. 46, and taken to St. Joseph's hospital Upon examination it was found necessary to amputate his arm anri part of the shoulder. Dr. Nolan, of Kouts, accompanied Geoghegan to this city, and assisted Dra, Shultz and Hetherington in performing the operation. The doctors believe that Geoghegan will not. survive the shock occasioned by the accident and operation. He is a single man, about 22 years of age, and has been boarding with John Marwell, at the corner of Market and Nineteenth street). KAILBOAD NEWS. During the last month fortj-nlne persons were killed on Ohio railroads. Nearly all were tresspassers. Eugene Debs, aided by other experienced ex-railroaders, propose to build a railroad from Nashville to Lebanon, Tenn., a distance of seventy- five miles, giving labor to the unemployed . The Wabash railroad has already hauled 107 cars of crude petroleum from Peru and there are many thousands of gallons of oil yet in the tanks awaiting transportation. Each oil tank car has a capacity of 7,000 gallons, so that the railway has hauled 750,000 gallons of Peru oil thus far. CHICAGO MARKETS Receified Daily by W. W. fflllner, at 0. A. K. Building. Chicago, Oct. 7, 1897. Wheat—Dec., opened. 92@91fc; high, 92Jc; low, 91Jc; closed at 91|c. Wheat—For May, open, 91t@92}c; high, 92-J-c: low, 91c; closed, 91$. Com—For Dec., opened,29|@29»c; high, 29J-c; low, 29}c: closed, 29}c. Oats—Dec., opened, 19Jc: high, 19jc; low, I9fc; closed, )9|-c. g,y e _Dec. opened, 47*c; high, 47Ac; low, 47c: closed, 47c. Pork—For Dec. opened, 18.00; high $8.05; low, $7.75; closed, $7.80. Lard—For. Dec., opened, *4.30; high, $4.32; low, $4.22; closed, 84,27. Hogs today, 30,000; left over 5,000. Estimated receipts tomorrow 27,000. Market opened 5(gUOc lower, closed weak and lOc lower. Mixed, $3.S(J@S4.10; heavy, 83.SO @4 10; rough, 83.40@13.50; light, $3.80@4.15. Cattle—Eeceipta 8,000; sheep, 20,000. Dec. wheat—Curb, 91ijc puts,90|c; calls, 92ic. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. BBAL ESTATE TRAJISFEKh. Reported for the Pharos by Setb M. Velsey, Abstractor. Louis A, Miller to Charles .Berkshire—Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, Mary Washburn's add to Royal Center. 1300. Nathaniel W. Phipps to Wm. F. May and wife—Lot 9, Dodds & Bu- chanau's add, Northside. $1,500. Geoige W. Edwards to Simon P. Lontz—Part of lots 1 and 4, Lakeville. 15,000. Affie Lontz to George W. Edwards —Above property. i5,000. Stephen P. Younglove to Wm. B. Cook and wife—Part of sec 19, Tjpton tp; 30 acres. $2,000. D. D. Dykeman to Martin J. Bligh —Part of "out-lot 1, Dykeman's 3rd add, n side of Erie ave. $!00. Horace M. Funk to Seth M Velsey —Part of sees 11 and 12, Clay tp; 96 90-100 acres. 1700. Seth M. Velsey to Geo. B. Forgy— Above property. $700. Late Deaths. Rufas, the 1-year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Kufus Gordon, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the family residence in Clinton township,' of cholera Infantum. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Pleasant Hill church. Interment will be made in the Pleasant Hill cemetery. KoUce. All parties that Have subscribed for stock so the gas and oil company are requested to pay their first Installment of 50 per cent at once. Either the secretary or treasurer will receipt for the same at Keesling's drag store.. The directors ure ready to make their contracts for drilling, bat cannot do so until they have suffl- cienS money to justify tn« same. Wheat declined in the Chicago market today. Cranberries, best quality 6}c quart. — M. McCaffrey & Co. There were no offenders In the police court lihis morning. Dr. Parker Justice, the veterinary surgeon, has removed to Delphi. Thomas D. Brant, and Ada E. b'pradllng have been licensed to wed. Will J. Craig Is arranging to enlarge his tailoring manufacturing establishment. Judge Winfield's business Mock at^ the northeast corner of Fourth and Broadway is being painted a dark Stone color. The meeting of the stockholders of the Logansport Oil and Gas company will be held at the new court room tomorrow night. Thirty-five men are now employed on the Klondyke hotel, and the contractors hope to have the building completed by the 15th of October. Mrs. John Bramer and daughter, of Crown Pelnt, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Stough, of 2017 High street, have returned home. The Bowen tax case has finally been settled. The Bowen heirs paid to the state something like $5,000 in addition to what they had paid Carroll county. Marlon Leader: "Miss Minnie Powell is the guest of Mrs. Stephen Kankin, of Logansport ---- Miss Min- Koske, of Logansport, is registered at the Oys.er Bay." Hollowe'en as usual, promises to be most extensively observed this year. Preparations are beginning to be made and the events booked for that night will be numerous. Samuel Ellzroth, of Delphi, died last Saturday. He was 94 years old and had been a resident of Carroll county for more than a third of a century. He was born in Ohio in 1803. Peru Journal: "Ike Baer came up from Logansport last evening to attend services at the synagogue ---Mrs. Mary Hnagland and son William were in Logansport yesterday afternoon. " George Tlmbarman, of Washington township, Carroll county, threshed last week from three acres of clover eighteen bushels of fine seed. The seed was of the variety known as the little clover. The funeral of the late Mrs, Frederick Markert was held at 3 o'clock this afternoon from the family residence on the Northside, Bev. M. Wales of the Evangelical church officiating 1 . Inierment was made in Mt. Hope cemetery, The Chicago Bargain store is removing from Broadway to Market street, next to Ferguson & Jenks, and will be ready for business the first of the week with a full line of dry goods, ladies' a,nd gents' furnishing goods, milinery etc. The public is invited to call at the new location. M!ss"Maggie McDonald, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDonald died this morning at 3:30 at the family residence, No, 514 Canal street, aged 38 years. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Vincent de Paul church, Very Kev. M. E. Campion officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. _ Rer. Freeman Arrives. Rev. T. S. Freeman, the newly appointed chaplain on tbe U. S. flagship Baltimore, of the Pacific squadron, together with his wife, arrived here at 3:20 this afternoon from Philadelphia. Mrs. Freeman will make her home here for the present. Rev. Freeman will remain here until Monday morning, when he willdepart for San Francisco to report for duty. Excursion to Chicago Oct. Sth and 9th yia ^Pennsylvania Lines. For Chicago Day low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Logansport to Chicago for the celebration under the auspices of North Side Business Mens' association, of Chicago; all return tickets good Sunday, Oct. lOta. |To Elks. All members are requested to be at the lodge early this evening. One of the brothers will entertain at a social session. H. J. McSffEEHT, E. R. O. A. MEAXS, Secretary. Attention, St. George Command err. All members St. George. Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present tomorrow night . at the armory at 8 o'clock. CHAS. RUHL, Capt. Racerrolr I» m Baling M»ehlB«. A newly patented ruling machine lias a reservoir to hold toe Ink or color connected by flexible tubes or strips of flannel laid'onthe pens, which are n«ld on a frame by movable clamps. Often. 8w Br«tU— "Did yon ever dock f*r To«*«-Ll«tt— "Wo; tut rv* It* wm ofte*."— Tnkm Our Shoes Fit Like gloves And they wear Like Iron. We treat cur customers Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high—And we want Your trade. Elias Winter. GERMAN TAUGHT -AT- HALL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE s The great and increasing demand for th« German language jn business circles has led President Moore to add this branch to ttw practical bufines' course. We have been loituLate enough to secure Mrs Edith "otter, ihe popular and efficient teacher ot German, to take charge ol this line of work. Mrs. Potter has -von an enviable reputation as a teacher of ihe natural method acd comes to us highly recommended hy educators and by scores of puci.'s lor wbom the drudve of the "Grammer Method hu» been changed to « pleasant padtiine by the Colby Natural Method. Dayanr evening classes Cft'l at the College office and arrange fora practical course In German. Ball's Business College. Corner Broadway and Sixth St. Second floor. GILDED YOUTH IN THE PIT. Chicago's Bw»rd ot Trade Astonished at the Operations of Yoaug Leiter. Most conspicuous of all men in Chicago who made money out of the recent rise in wheat was young Joseph Leiter, son of the millionaire Levi Z. Leiter and brother-in-law of George Curzou, British undersecretary of state for foreign affairs. He is credited with having made anywhere from $500,000 to $1,000, 000 out of the rise. His appearance as a dealer on the Chicago hoard of trade was a surprise to all sorts and conditions of men in the Windy City. Heretofore Joseph Leiter has been looked upon as simply a society man. He has devoted himself assiduously to society in Washington, New York and Chicago, and it was the last thing the brokers expected to see him jump iufc the arena of trade. It was thought that the Leiters had forsakea trade forever, and Joseph was expected tp spend money rather than make it. Last winter Mr. Loiter chartered a yacht and went cruising around the West Indies. He is well known in London, where ae has hem on visits to bis sister and was supposed to be a harmless gilded youth. All of a sudden he broke forth upon the Chicago board of trade and before the old str.gers realized what was going on b$d wrested a fortune from the fray. When the word went aronnd that "Leiter was in heavy on the bull side," the knowing ones said: "I guess not. The wheat pit has no attractions for Levi Z. Leiter." When they were informed that it was Joseph who was " in. " the board was so astonished that it nearly suspended business to get its breath again. It seems that Mr. Leiter has been speculating in the wheat market for six months, but only his brokers knew of it These brokers were called the "Allen-Greer crowd." It was known that they were acting for somebody with plenty of money, but no one suspected that it was for Joseph. Leiter. Suddenly he burst upon them — this young man whom they had considered merely a "dancing man" — and he calmly walked off with the spoils of war. Evidently he will inherit something more than his father's money — to wit, his business ability. This winter Joseph can buy a steam yacht of his own to go cruising in, if he cares to, instead of chartering from somebody else. He belongs to the Larchmont Yacht club. — New York Press. The Fariit Gamin. The gamin has always been infatuated with the Little Corporal in his gray overcoat, but he, however, not being logical, is fond of liberty. Delacroix; has painted him black, with gunpowder under his torn cap, standing, pistol in hand, on one of the street barricades reYobition of 188S. . •"I wish to say that I use and recommend one, and only one, baking powder, and that is Cleveland's." MARION HARLAND, Author " Common Sou* ia tb« Household." Guarantee* «re KHhoriMd to f*« 'jock TOUT money it yon do not: tad d«TeUnd'» to« t"rt l»kta« powder 7<m h»v« <mt m*d. . Cl*v*Uod Bifcisff P«wd«r <X, W.Y. Jtor Fall and Winter Styles in elegant combinations of color la up-to-dute fabrics in plaids, eh«aks, stripes, tweeds, twills, serges are waiting for jour inspection. Skilled workmen are also waiting to fashion them into the best fitting and fintlj finished suits that would coat yon twice a» much K landed under the new tariff. • Tailor and Draper, Carl W. Keller, 311 Market St. Rleganfc Line of FALL WOOLENS Just Arrived. No trouble to show Goods. John F". Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . . . FOR THE . . . Blood, Stomach Liver and Kidneys Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. A GUARANTEED CURE ... FOR ... Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney Complaints, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Catarrh, Nervous Debility, Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, Blotches, Pimples. Scrofula, Erysipelas. Salt Rheum, Eczema, "Weak JBack, Fever and Ao-ue and all other Diseases arising from Impurities of the Blood or Derangement of the Nervous System. Price 25 Cents, PREPARED BY THE THOMPSON HERB TEA CO. . NEW YORK. •we saw him scale the very ffirone" of Louis Philippe at the Tuileries and have himself carried about on it in triumph. Always impulsive, he is as ready to save as to destroy and •svill leap into the Seine to rescue a drowning ciiild of i his own age without ever stopping to think whether he knows how to swim or not. "What is he doing when not playing tops or marbles in the gutter? Sometimes he is a plasterer's help and .BO powdered with white dust as to seem Pierrot himself, sometimes an apprentice in a green linen apron, or a pastry_ cook's boy, clothed in a questionably white cotton suit from head to heels, balancing *bis basket on his head as lie saunters along, or a "printer's devil" in blouse and paper cap, or he pushes a hand cart or sells flowers, newspapers, matches, etc., or he may join the army of young telegraph messengers. He may, by chance, .rise to the position of errand boy in a lawyer's office or even soar to the elegance of a painter's rapin. Who knows what his future may be? There are painters and . sculptors who began by sweeping studios, and some of these gamins have quick and bright minds and clever hands. They catch everything on the wing and assimilate it without taking the trouble to study. There are others, nevertheless, who, after having tried several trades, follow none of them, but pass from loafing to idleness, turn out badly and finally are arrested for misdemeanors. Some of them, trne t- r heir instincts:, manage to be am; when on trial, by their cynic' "ortunate circum- gtanc in McClure's. Car). >' Obliging Abba. One Oil., . 0 ~» came to the house of hospitable Abba. They were kindly received, seated at a enmptaous table, and the softest carpets were spread out for them to sleep on. However, before thei morning dawned they rose noiselessly, rolled up tiie carpets and carried them oft In the course of t'iie day Abba went out and beheld in the market place his guests of last night, eaci. with, a parcel under his arm. As soon as they saw him they came up to him, apologized for having been obliged by pressing business to leave his house before he was up and asked him if he could not offer them an acceptable price for the carpets they had for sale. Abba looked at the goods and offered for them" a certain. sum. "That is too little," said the strangers. "Excuse me," said Abba, "it is the exact amount they have cost me." — From Talmud, in Menorah Monthly. __ Englith A short while ago one Hairy Trtlease M charged before the Falmouth bench in England with the heinoos crime of sleeping oat near « hayrick and baring no visible means of subsistence. In the eyes of the magistrates his guilt was aggravated by the fact that b» had » pipe in his possession. Though the pipe empty and the offender had neither Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that for Price, Style and Fit Cannot be beaten. His Stock of NEW AND STYLISH FABRICS For Fall and "Winter, Up-to- date and includes everything desirable. Call and inspect. W. D CRAIG, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee'8. ASK THEM, If You want Information About Home-Seekers' Excursion. Ticket Agents of the Pennsylvania Line* wia furnish information regarding Home- Seeker*' Excursions to various points In the Northwest, West, Southwest and South, It, •vriil pa? to tavesti(f»te if you con template a trip. Apply to nearest Pennsylvania Ltn» Ticket Agent, or address W. W. filchardton, District Pawnger Auent, Indianapolis, Ind. ;d to make an eiampliYof this 3 had never been punished be- ey accordingly sentenced him, 3nth in jail The poor -wretch; matter so much to heart that litted suicide before he prison.—New York Sun. Handy About the Fans. A low down wheelbarrow hai its t on every farm. To make one like the model in the illustration Prairie Farmer gives these directions: Use a heavy iron wheel with a two inch tread. Get two LOTV DOWX WHEELBABBOW. natural crooks and round ono «nd '* * handles. Nail inch board* MZOM MH i- dicated in the illustration and. ^M^ag head board, and you will hsw » iMiiov handy for hauling rocks, taznla el grain, gait, lim» applM, ««. And Sq|j? Crystal Falls. Mlclu, Oct. fc— Prttr BOM, tii* murderer and ravjaherot P««t Morrison, went before Judge SteiM n»- terdiy md pleaded rullty. He «M lllii* K life RBtenc* At bar* UtiMr M« Mtttuy

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