Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 8, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 8, 1897
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OAJLYJPHAEOS FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 1897. Mc- of GITY NRWS. Fall style shoos at Maiben's. Fine bulbs cheap at Newby's. For good shoes go to Walden, Package coffee, 9c—Keystone. Read, "Now is Your Chance." Fresh tub oysters—Keystone. Modern price shoes at Maiben's. Celery, parsley, Sat.—Rothermel Fall underwear at Will Murdoch's. Creamery, butterlse.— Rothermel, Peanutcandy at Wright £ Brltton' New beets.cucumbers—Bothermel Walter Evans is visiting friends at "Wabash. Fancy salt herring, 25c dozen- Keystone. Everything fresh for Saturday- Keystone. Fine choice sweet potatoes, 15c peck—Traut. Tomatoes 33c bushel.—M. Caflrey & Co, We have plenty ilpe tomatoes for catsup—Traut. Born to Rev. and Mrs. Heflln, Deer Creek, a daughter. Grapes lOo basket; cranberries, six quarts for 25c, at Foley's. There were no offenders In the police court this morning. Fancy potatoes 65c in 10 bushel lots.—M.* McCaffrey &Co. Hot weather prices on furs and jackets tomorrow.—Trade Palace. 17 quart dish pan 18c, and 21 quart dish pan 24c.—M. McCaffrey & co. If you want potatoes, now Is the time; Foley's Is the place; 58c bushel. Burning of the negro, Henry Smith, tfarls, Texas, 1863, at 407 Market St. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th St. See all the latest novelties in jackets. Prices, always lowest—Trade Palace. Saturday special, 14 qt. dish pan IG'c; granite enamel cuspidor 10c.— Trade Palace. The warehouse and canning factory of Walton are being improved by a co»t of paint, Another 100 bunches of cboice bananas for tomorrow's trade; 5c a dozen—Traut. Levering's package coffee, regu^r price 12ic,tomorrow lOo.any quantity. —McCaffrey & Co. Messrs. Harvey Diehl, John Miller and Frank'Brooks are at Mud lake on a fishing expedition. Lowest prices In children's shoes at Aaron Greensfelder's closing out sale —3d and Market streets. Colored front shirts are still the proper shirts. Will Murdock has a large assortment of them. Saturday special, 14 qt. seamless dleh pan, JOc; granite enamel cus- pidore lOo,—Trade Palace. Reduced prices on all mens' fall and winter shoes.—Aaron Greeas- felder's closing out sale, 3d and Mkt. Mrs. John Behmer, of Young America, entertained Miss Behmer and Mrs. Twells, of this city, last week. Mrs. S. W. Bowe, of Laurel,Ind.,is the guest of her sons, George and Samuel Shaver, engineers on the Panhandle. Mrs. Charles Hepp and daughter Pearl, who have been visiting here, left yesterday for their home at Moberly, Mo. If you want a new suit or your clothes cleaned and repaired, call at "Wm. Gross', 215 Market street, opposite postoffloe. The Christian Endeavor society of Walton will give a private social next Tuesday evening at the home of D. P. Hurd, of that town. Potatoes 58c bushel, onions 47c bushel, grapes lOc basket, cranberries, six quarts for 25c, peaches $1 to «1.25 bushel, only at Foley's. Get a free sample of our choice Minnesota potatoes and cook them before buying. Our stock is not watery, but nice dry and mealy— Trant. They all admire our new gloves in Foster & Dent makes. They are the most perfect flttlng and beat wearing gloves made, either for dress or driving.—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER 6AS AT 8EDALIA Strnck Testerdfty at a Depth ef Sixty Feet. Gas was struck at Sedalts,, a small town on the Vandalla, twtinty-seven miles south of Logansport, yesterday, at a depth of sixty feet. The party was drilling lor water. !3edalla is in Clinton conaty, on the north center line. Vandalla trainmen, who passed through there this morning, stated that the flames from the burning gas shoot sixty feet into the air. FOR BCRGLARY. Arrest of William Williams at Marysville, 0. A dispatch in today's edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer states that a William Williams, of Logansport, was arrested at Marysville, O., last night, while in the act of burgliring the hardware store of John P. Oonners. RESOLUTIONS Passed by Gotthard Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., on the Death of lohn E. Geyer. At its last meeting the following resolutions were passed by Gotthard lodge No. 574, I. O. 0, F., on the death of John E, Geyer, which occurred Sept. 30th. Whereas, It has pleaiied an all wise Providence to remove from our midst a worthy and respected member of this lodge, in the person of Join E. Geyer, whose fellowship and companionship we held in high esteem. Therefore, ae a mark of respect to hl« memory, be it Resolved, That in his death this community loses an excellent cltieen and this lodge a worthy and devoted member. Resolved, That in our journey to that undiscovered country we shall emulate his virtues and so live that when the summons comes to bid farewell to our associates we shall, like him, be sustained and soothed by the satisfying sanction of a meiited "well dorae." Eesolved, That a copv of these resolutions be spread on record; that the friends of the deceased be informed of the action of the lodge and that the same be furnished for publication in the daily press of the city. A BRISK DEMAND For Literature Concerning the Great Northwest. Just now there is a constant call for literature descriptive of Northwestern America, caused by the recent gold discoveries in the Klondyke region. There are about a half dozen books at the library and these treat mainly of the Alaskan territory. So keen is the reading public's appetite for these books that they are In continued cirnlation. The library board will likely order more of this class of books with ohe next purchase. _ • young America Items. George Fisher and Clara McCracknn attended the Fulton county fair at Rochester Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. Hollingsworth, of Greentown, who was badly burned last Saturday night, is improving. His wife is attending him. Wheat sowing is nearly completed in this section. The residence of James Franklin was destroyed by fire yesterday. Loss 1600. No insurance. A large number of people assisted Mrs. S. J. Beck in the celebration of her 51st birthday. Messrs. E. Estabrook and Elmer McAllister, of Logansport, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Beck. Bowlan-Parkea. Last Friday, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Bowlan, residing near Walton, Miss Nora M. Bowlan and George W. Parkes were united in marriage, Rev. S. Stokes performing the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Agnes Martin, and Mr. Warren Black well acted as best man. Miss Cora Bowlac and Mr. Joseph 0. Bur- rls, of Richmond, attended the wed- 3ing, A sumptuous wedding sapper was served at S o'clock. and November 20, and only 20 days are now allowed in which to. hunt. All tmnters are also required to procure a license before entering fields. Residents of the state pay $ I while non-residents are required to pay $30. HOME MISSION 8. WORLD'S FAiR,CiHICAG<M893 Knights of Honor. At the meeting of the grand lodge, Smghts of Honor, at Terre Haute, •eorge W. Lawrence, of North Vernon, was reelected grand pro- ector. Forty-seven deaths were re- jorted for the year, on which $52.500 was paid to beneficiaries. Brightwood lodge was awarded first prize of »50 in the drill contest. Wisconsin's Mew Hunting Law. Logansport sportsmen win not go to Wisconsin this fall on account of the new hunting law. Hunting deer in Wisconsin Is not legal except between November 1 An Appeal For the Relief of the Poor. The undersigned are conveniently situated to co-operate with any charitable association, or board, or township, or city officers, in the matter of soliciting donations of clothing, bedding or household utensils, to be furnished to tbe poor of this city after we have conferred with any of the above authorities to determine who are worthy poor In our midst. Further, we make an appeal to our merchants as well as others who will donate remnants, towels, rugs, pillowcases, clothing, food, cotton, thread and other material for comforts for use as above, or for donations to the Chicago Medical Training school, under the supervision of Dr. J. H. Kellogg, of the Battle Creek sanitarium. The Chicago training school Is in a large building, capable of housing many hundreds of destitute during the coming winter In that great city, where seventy missionaries are daily praying that the Lord will send necessary facilities for carrying forward this important work. We trust that many in this city wlU feel moved upon to help supply the destitute and needy, both here and at Chicago. We expect to call in person at a number of places, but we trust that anyone wishing to aid In this matter will notify us by card of any donations. Our address Is TSo. 429 North street, Logansport, Ind. MR, AND MRS. W. C.McCuAio, LOWER RATES Of Fire Insurance Will Be Realized Here Before Many Days. Indianapolis has received a cut in insurance rates for mercantile establishments and residences too. Otter Indiana cities will also receive the benefit of the cut, which in the aggregate means a great saving to the people. An insurance man was asked this morning whether Logansport would get a cut in insurance rates, but he knew nothing in an official way, still he believes that a reduction is shortly to come. From what he can learn our mercantile concerns may have a reduction somewhere in the neighborhood of 15 per .cent on the rates. Eates on residences will also likely be reduced. The state board will have a meeting next w«ek at Indianapolis, and we will then likely learn what will be done for this city. Bough Notes, an insurance journal published at Indianapolis, says: "The governing committee of the Insurance union have at last taken action in regard tn a reduction of rates. These modifications in rates apply to towns of the first, second and third class. The rate on dwellings is to be reduced 10 cents and on mercantile buildings 15 cents." A BUILDING BOOM. Next Spring Will Likely See Mneh Activity in this Line. If general business should improve, a revival in building is confidently expected next spring in Logansport, There are many lot owners who have been waiting two or three years for better times so that their investment might prove more profitable. Building operations this season have been smaller than usual, yet the latter part of the season brought a renewed activity. The bank failure in the early summer caused many to change their plans and delay building until the financial atmosphere cleared. By that time many had deferred the matter until next season; still the operations, though commenced somewhat late, have been of no mean magnitude. The erection of the new hotel and the Elliott block have provided a large force of men with employment. Several other structures, including the Geiger, Schneeberger and Barker buildings, have combined to make a fair showing for the season. With moneyless hard to obtain, it Is confidently expected that next year's building business will show a handsome increase. Praise For Whiteride. The Indianapolis Journal critic, in a half column write-up of Walker Whiteside. who appeared there the forepart of the week, says he is one of tho most finished actors in the profession and has now attained the Front rank among the tragedians of the day. The Weather. Generally fair tcnight and Saturday; colder in northwest portion; decidedly colder Saturday. Great Economy in Underwear. Don't Wait until the cold weather comes and drives you to buy—take advantage of these special inducements—save money—and be prepared. We invite a comparison of values. Every item advertised is offered at a distinct saving to the purchaser. LAD.IES Ribbed Vests LONG SLEEVES Only 15 cents. Ladies Fleece Lined Cotton Vests And Pints gussets ID, sleeves, nlcelv made, Only 25 cents. LADIES Heavy Fleeced Union Suita i». «I1 »izes, Only 39 cents. LADIES Natural Wool VESTS AND PAOT8 Only 38 cents. Childrens Underwear in all sizes and all grades from 50o and up The best Heavy Fleeced Men's Shirts and Drawers for 50 cents that can be shown anywhere. Come in and see these values. Golden Rule. COMPLETE STOCK —OF- Shoes for Fall And winter wear in all the latest styles Bull dog, lion and Ion- don lasts in colored and black. Leather lined Enamel and Box Calf, also Ladies' Royal Purple, the newest fad and very handsome color, these same shades in children's. Call and see them. STEVENSON ME KLINS1CK, 403 Broadway. ite AS Snow Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry, No. 603 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. III! lll If You Want \ | lobe in the Swim | Tou had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— I Fall I Suit I Or Overcoat I He will Fit You When all others fail. + CAS RUSHERS Arrested for Breaking Into the Opera Honse. James Harris and Chas. Sollmano, two of a party of five boys who had broken Into the opera house, were arraigned before Mayor McKee upon the charge of trespass. The other boys made their escape, but are Own, and warrants have been Issued for their arrest. It being young Sollmano's first offense, he was released, but Harris was fonnd guilty and given fifteen days in the county jail. It Is alleged that after breaking Into the opera house the boys proceeded to "rush the can," and finally became so loud that they could be heard upon the streets. For rent—The Hogle cottage and 3 acre* of ground on College Hill. Good stable, well and cistern. Inquire of M. F. Wagner, No. * Sycamore St. THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, will g*% equal satisfaction In the fit of his cloches if our tape line has bee* around him. We have a sort of pride tn fitting men that other tallon can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, tnd our expert* ence and observation has given M that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Good*, and try not tote amazed at the prices we quote. J. PiRRZ, Tailor, 409 Market Street. FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exhibition. I have a, complete line of HEATING STOVES at prices that will a,stonl8h you. Such High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, RadUtors, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXA.MINE AND LEARN PRICES. H GRISMOND 312 Market Street. Fall Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street Jerre H^ute growing GO. Leading Brewers of Indiana. Brewers and Bottlers of Pure Beer On Ice at all the Leading Places in| the city. . . T. S. Brockman, Local Mgr Office 207 Third St. Telephone No. 294. The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide self with a good Sewing Machine a very low price. My stock all the leading makes. My are easy, and there is no excise being out of a good sewing n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6tii R B WHITSBTT

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