Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 8, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 8, 1897
Page 21
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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 GranillClnths. Something new in Silks for walbts in Roman Stripes and Checks. New Ribbons and Gloves. Come In and look through this Block, MEATS! nd juicy! Enough to Tempt a Vegetarian. Wm. Howe, Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts Phone 247. 212 G. W. Campbell Has removed his Second Hand Store to SIXTH STREET Next to Moynlhan'B, 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 ANLEY & SHANAHAN. 209 6th street INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. Kew JJndertajge r s. 308 Market street, Hoppe Building;. Daniel Killian & Co. IN ELKDOM. Brother Fred Dykeman and His Charming Bride EnUTtoineil and Were Entertained by the Antlered Element Last Night. .Delightful Banquet and Fnn That Was.l'ast and Furious—A Red Letter Event. The business of the Elks' lodge was rushed last night in order that Its mernbsrs might enjoy the hospitality ot.thelr good brother, Fred A. Dykeiaan, and his charming wife. Promptly at 9 o'clock about fifty of the antlered element left their club apartments, and headed by the Elks' bacid, marched east on Market street to Pearl, north on Pearl to Broa3- wav, thence west to the Burrow block, on the second fiat of which are the apartments of Brother and Sister Dykeman, During the parade the band played a popular selection entitled: "There'll be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight," the Elks singing the chorus. At the finish of the street demonstrations, the band played the Elks serenade. Miss Kate Montfort as- eisted Mr. and Mrs. Dykeman in receiving the guests. Believing that there is nothing that adds so muea to the pleasure of a gathering as good music, and plenty of it, tbe band was re-enforced by Prof. Wm. Steinhart's orchestra, and after that popular organization had completed its part of the programme, Dr. M. A. Jordan, who had been chosen as master of ceremonies, led the way to the spacious banquet room. The browsing was fine, an d after the appetites of all had been satisfied, the tables were cleared away and! the fun run fast and furious until 11 o'clock when the time-honored toast was drank in silence to "Our Absent Brothers " Then came the mystic circle, the singing or Auld Lang Syne, and "good night" and pood wishes to the big Hearted host and his charming bride. The gathering was a red letter event in the history of Logansport lodge of Elks. A. CHUBCH FIBE. The at Second Presbyterian Chorch Lafayette Destroyed. The Pharos was notified, at 1 o'clock this afternoon, oy long distance telephone, that the Second Presbyterian church at Lafayette, the original cost of which was »100,000, had been destroyed by fire. The fire started on the Interior of the church at 11:30 a. m. today and at the time the Pharos received its message only the walla were left standing. The 'Chuich was insured. BA1LHOAU BREVITIES. CHICAGO MARKETS at W. J. Barnett, Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Phones 417 Market street Calls Bended day The flnCBt outtli In the D. b. coi. ^. •will remain with roe. Office 1«. Residence-Mutual, So: C. U. 1«9. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperman, IOC Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Bro»d«»» —•• Now Is Your Chance. You can buy you a home or pay off your Mortgage by aendlrjrM. M. Gordon a buyer jbrRwlEsuiw. Who will divide the corn- missiun •with j ou, M. M. Gordon, DR. C. D. EVEKSOLE'S PALLORS DEETAL Over Portor'8 Nevr Drug Store. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. KecelTed Daily by W. W. Milner, 6. A. R. BuilUlnsc. Chicago, Oct. 8, 1897. Wheat—Dec., opened. 91J@91jc: high, 92|c; low, 91c; closed at, 91|c. Wheat—For May, open, 91}@91ic; high, 91 Jc; low, 90ic; closed,^91J. Corn—For Dec., opened, 29}c; high, 29|c; low, 2St@29c: closed, 29!®}n. Oats—Dec., opened, 19fc: high, 19Jc;iow,19ic; closed, ]9*(SJc. Bye—Dec, opened, 4Uc; high, 48c; low, 47c; closed, 47c. Pork—For Dec. opened, 17.72; high |7 82; low, $7,72; closed, $7.75. Lard—For Dec., upened, 1425: high, 14.27; low, $4 22; closed, 14.22. ibs—For Dec,, opened, $4.47; high, 14 52; low, «4.45; closed at ft,45. Hogs today, 28,000; left over 950. Market "opened 5c to lOc lower; closed active. Mixed, $3.60@I3.95; heavy, 83.30 @3.90; rough, »3.30@I3.SO; light, $3.60@4.00. Cattle—Receipts 4,000; sheep, 12,000. •Dec. wheat—Curb, 91jc puts,90|c; calls, 93|c^ One Reason of Its Growth. One reason of the great growth of advertising in recent years is that business men, having learned to appreciate its value, are more careful than they used to be in keeping faith with the public and living up to their advertisements. In these days of sharp competition a merchant who should break faith with the public by advertising one thing or one price and offering another would soon find the public letting him severely alone. A shrewd advertiser would almost as soon let his note go to protest as not to live up to his ad. —Exchange. Beroth-Swlgart. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Swigart have DAILY PHABOS FRIDAY OPT. S, 1897. GIXY NRWS Buy good shoes at Maiben's. Walden sells John Kelly shoes. Spinnach.lettuce.Sat.—Bothermel. Tomorrow best hams. 7|c pound— Keystone. Mri. Herbert Brown, wife of the Adams express agent, left at mid- nleht last night for McConnellsTille, O., in response to a telegram an- Bouncing that her father, Jacob Wynooop, »» « «»• P° ln * of Issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Miss Margaret, to Mr. George D. Beroth, the well known shoe merchant. The ceremony will be performed at the Swigart home, No. 810 North street, at 8 p m., Wednesday, Oct. 20th., Excursion to Chicago Oct. Sth and 9th via Pennsylvania Lines. For Chicago Day low rate ex curslon tickets will be sold from Lo- sransport to Chicago for the celebra " * _ . . _* -KTrt-^l Short Hems of Interest «uthered From Many Sources. PROVED FATAL. John Geoghegan, the Panhandle freight brakeman, whose right arm and shoulder were crushed yasterday morning, while he was uncoupling cars at Kouts, died at 11:20 a. m. today at St. Joseph's hospital. The parents of deceased are In the city and will probably take the body to Plqua, O., tonight for burial. EAILEOAD NEWS. Stephen Lonsway has gone to work for the Panhandle as brakeman. The New York Central passenger department started this week a cab service from the Srand Central station in New York. Engine 333, on the Wabaah, recently hauled seventy-seven cars from Andrews to TiltOQ- Sixty-two of the cars were loaded. Harry Miller, superintendent of the Vandalia main line, has purchased a lot in Terre Haute on which he wil erect a fine house for a residence- There was a slight freight wreck at Dunkirk, Ind., this morning, which delayed passenger train ISO- 1, due here at 10:20 a. m., one hour. The inspection party of the Penn sylvania lines, with Frank Thompson at its head, will come west to inspect the Indiana lines about the 18th inst. In the last two weeks the Wabssh has hauled 'rom Peru 107 carloads of crude petroleum, and there a.re as many carloads in the oil tanks awaiting transportation. Charles Markle, who has been employed at Kraut's barber shop for the last two years, has resigned and gone to work for the Panhandle as a fire- roan. He has been assigned to duty in the Chicago yards. By far the most important question which will come before the Interstate Commerce commission this fall will be the extension of time in which the railroads must equip their trains with train brake systems and the automatic car couplers. McVey, who is well known to railroad men in this city? as the yardmaster at Andrews, met with an unfortunate accident last evening. While at work in the yard at that place he had the misfortune to slip ind a box car ran over one of his egs, rendering amputation neces- ary. On the Indianapolis & Vincennes itid an the Richmond, Cincinnati & Toledo divisions every conductor who s eligible is a member of the Pennsylvania Voluntary Relief department, and on the Cleveland & Pittsburg', the Chicago & Richmond division!! engineers who are eligible are ilso members. The Wabash railroad is doing an almost unprecedented business at pressot. The traffic is far beyond the ability of the road to handle and, despite the great effort of the managers to secure enough cars and engines, a vast amount of work Is accumulating. As a result of this condition, passenger engines have been attached to freight trains and the train crews are becoming strangers to sleep; still the work increases. It ia expected that next Thursday will see President Thompson, of the Pennsylvania lines, In this city, on his first tour of inspection since his promotion to that position. He will be. accompanied by all the officers of the lines west of Plttsburg. They will travel by special train and go to South Bend from this city. This inspection will be one of the closest every given the property of the company, fur improvements of great im- GERMAN TAUGHT Oar Shoes Fit Like gloves An<i they -wear Like Iron. We treat cur customer* Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices lire Low— "Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want Vour trade. Elias Winter. Our FaO and Winter Styles in elegant combinations of color li up-to-date fabrics in plaids, checki, stripes, tweeda, twills, serges ar* waiting for your inspection. Skilled workmen are also waiting to f ashlon them into the best fitting and finely finished suits that would cost you twice as much if landed under the new tariff. Tailor and Draper, Garl W. Keller, 311 Market St. HALL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE The great and increasing demand for the German lanirua^o in business circles has led President Moore to add tins brancH to the practical bueioes' course. =ccurp w We have been loituLate enough to 5f cure Mrs. Edith Cotter, the popular and ettc lent a« beei changed to •» pleasant the Colby IN ntural Method. Dav sn'' evening classes , C»'l at tneColleie office and arrange fora practical course in German. Ball's Business College. Corner Broadway and Sixth 3t. Second floor. THE SHINING UGBT —The New— Wheeler S SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Buy fine shoes at Maiben's. Dressed chickens Sat.—Rothormel. Cream wafers at Wright & Britton's Try our 20c mocha and Java- Keystone. George Cheney is over from Indianapolis on business. Potatoes 58c 'bushel and onions 47c bushel, at Foley's. Learn hot weather prices on furs and cloaks of all kinds tomorrow.— Trade Palace. Judge Cheney; of Fjrt Wayne, is in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Nelson. Mrs. Sarah Michaels, of Marion, came to Logansport today to visit friends for a few days. The six-months-old daughter of Samuel Reeder, of No. 206 north Pearl street, is ill of scarlet fever. Ladles' fall and winter styles in fine shoes at closing out prices at Aaron Greensfelder's.Sd and Market. Kev. N. Gillam, of Richmond,who is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Winters, on Eighth street,is recovering from a slight illness. The~stock of the Chicago Bargain store is oeing removed from the Jordan block, on Broadway, into the room on Market street recently va cated ty F. A. Dykeman. Isaac Shideler, Thomas Reed George Marshall and Eli Greensfelder went to Bringhurstthis afternoon to attend a banquet to be given there this afternoon by the Masonic lodge. Henry Bowyer, a well known and highly esteemed citizen of Walton died last evening at 5 o'clock, aged 47 years. The funeral services wil be held tomorrow at 10 o'clock from the Lutheran church at Walton, con ducted by Rev. Harrold, and Inter Elegant Line of FALL WOOLENS Just Arrived. No trouble to show Goods. John K-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 Kheum, Eczema, Weak Back, Fever Ague 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. and LJIaLlJ | JLUA ii-i-i^*- w ' w — — Q portance are contemplated the coming year. Every effort is being put forth by the Caretakers to have everything in first-class order for the coming inspection. MEETIS6 TOH6HT Of the Stockholders of the Logansport Oil and 8aa Company A meeting of the stockholders of the Logansport Oil and Gaa company gansport to Chicago for the celebra- wlll be hclri fttl t he north court room tion under the auspices of fcorth ^^ evenlng to confer together in re- Side Business Mens' association^ of wd ^ drllitng for oi i There is a Chicago; all return tickets good Sunday, Oct. 10th. The best baking powder and flavoring extracts in the world at Ben Fisher's drug itore. diversity of opinion in regard to the lime of beginning operations and the place where the first well shall be located. These matters will likely be settled tonight. We know Cleveland's ; is the best baking powder inade x We know if you once try it you will, use it right along. That is why we give the following Guarantee* teek roar mon«r tt ye* d* Mt tad'* tb» %Mt btkiM Cl«T»lmnd Bittnf Pewter C*,]f.Y. ment made in the Odd Fellows' cem- tery. For rent—New 8 room house on ixteenth street, near Usher, Web- ter's terrace add.; $12 per month. Rev. Charles Filtnore, ol Peru, will •ive a lecture .this evening at the Walton church. An admlsaion lee f 10 cents will be charged. The common council gave its permission for the erection of a hand- ome porch over the sidewalk at the entrance of the Klondyke notel. T. P. Kenney, ol Hartford City,an experienced gas and oil well driller, a in town. He is of the opinion that there is both oil and gas beneath the loll of Case county. The complaint ot Maud Powell, in a suit for divorce from Sidney A. Powell, was filed this afternoon. The defendant is serving a term in the Northern penitentiary. Complaint Is made of a gang of kids who are in the habit of loitering about the Panhandle station. Their talk is vile, and they are known to have insulted little girls. The Pharos is the best family paper. It prints not oaly all the news, but a large variety of choice reading malter that should suit the taste of all members of the family. The funeral of the late Maggie McDonald will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church. Rev. M. E. Campion officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. prof. J. W. Hook, of Hall's business college.haa tendered his resignation, to accept the auditorshlp of the Arkansas Central railroad!, with headquarters at Fort Smith. He will leave for his new post of duty in two or three weeks, and Is well qualified to serve with credit the company's interests. Several Cass county farmers, who planted sugar beet seed this spring. Have forwarded samples of the grown beet to the Purdue experimental station at Lafayette. B? making application to that department the postal franking privilege may be obtained, thus enabling them to forwaird their packages f^ee of postage. The re- sulta will shortly be known-. William, the 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolf, of Peru, whose death occurred in that city today, will be brought here for burial tomorrow morning over the Wabash, and taken to the home of Mrs. Louie Keenly, 1306 Smead street. Interment will be made tomorrow afternoon in Mt. fit. Vincent cemetery. Mr. Wolf was born and raised in tbla city. 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's. Jones Won. In a friendly boxing contest for points near the city, this afternoon, Percy Jones.colored, got the decision over John Brown, alias "Battle AT," also colored, after the third round, when the latter declared that one of the gloves hurt his hand, and he refused to proceed further. Jones exhibited the most science, and is considered very clever for one who ha* had BO little experience. Quite a crowd of lovers of the sport witnessed the event. CHESLEA W1SS AGAIN. Took First Money at New Castle in Straight Heate. Cheslea won the 2:17 pace at New Castle yesterday in straight heaU, and without a skip. His owner, Harry S. Elliott, witnessed the race. Following is the summary: 2:17 pace; Durse $200. Chesiea ------------------ ..... - ..... --------- £ J J ArtineWUkes ----- ........ --- ....... -- * » « EaetLynne— ...... ----------------- * • » Bed Bird — ..... ---------- . ------ * * * Braat»Spra4II»ff. The marriage of Thomas D. Brant, the well known meat dealer of Qai- yeston, and Miss Ada E. Spradllnfr, daughter of W. V. Spradling, occurred last evening at GalYerton, In the presence of the relatira :and Intimate friends, the Metbodirt mlBtt- ter officiating. CMtnete Let John E, Barnes & SOD were today awarded the contract (or pntttif te the new Baldwin hotel. The ao>tract for excavating WM .let to Herman Bunker. ".".' '. " .' ,,

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