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DAILYJPHAHOS . TUESDAY, OCT. 12. 1897. OITY NB.WS. THE GEA.ND LODGE, Independent Order of Good Templars of Indiana, Mel Bebee Is on the sick list. Coffee day tomorrow—Traut. For good shoes go to Walden. Read, "Now is Your Chance." Green beana, Rotbermel, Wed. Ulcered ripe tomatoes, 25c bushel. Trail t. Uice new hickory nuts, 25c a peck. —Traut. _ , . Mrs. G. M. Gogsley, of Toledo street, is sick- Package coffee. We almost give it away.—Traut. Charles Eveland, of Chicago, is in the city on business. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th St. Amos Wood, deputy revenue collector, was over from Kokomo today. Joseph Herman, the letter carrier, has returned from a week's visit at Dulnth, Minn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Feutlft, of 424 Grove street, South- aide, a daughter. B'-arvey Keedham has taken a position as salesman at the Aaron Greensfelder shoe store. The holes in the floor of the Seventeenth street bridge may yet cost the county the price of a horse. The Market street M. E. church was crowded Sunday evening on account of the Junior league entertainment. Harper, the Third street restaurant man, has moved into the room on Market street recently vacated by David Loftus. If you want a new suit or your clothes cleaned and repaired, call at Wm. Gross 1 , 215 Market street, opposite postomce. Cloudy weather prevailed and occasional rains fell yesterday In nearly all parts of the country east of the Rocky mountains. The Rochester fair made money this year. The entire management was in the hands of farmers for the first time in twenty-six years. The weather -bureau piomises fair ""weather tonight and Wednesday. Cooler weather will prevail in the southeast portion of the state. Howard Busser, of Woodstock, O., who has been visiting Harry Parcel! for a brief time is at Richmond visiting friends, before returning home. An old gentleman was seen crossing Broadway the other day on the new brick pavement with his shoes in his hand. No paved streets where he lives. Mrs. EllaB. Swadener & Co. will display an elegant line of pattern bats and bonnets for fall and winter, on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 13th and 14th, during the day. Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. Catherine Wolf was held at 10 o'clock this morning from St. Bridget's churcb, Rev. B. Kroeg.er officiating. Interment was made in Mt. SD. Vincent cemetery, Dr. W. T. Hurtt, late of Lafayette, has located here, opening a handsomely appointed dental office over Ben Fisher's drug store. The doctor's wife is a Logansport lady, formerly Miss Lizzie Mfirkle. Thomas Jones, the lumber man And family, are removing from the old Barnhart residence on Market and Ninth streets, into John Sheerin's property on Tenth street, between Market and Spear. Bank Examiner George B. Oald- well, of Detroit, who figured so prominently in the Logansport bank troubles, will deliver an address at , Indianapolis before the Indiana bank' crs 1 association on Oct. 20th. The attorney, Olaude C. Bishop, and family, after being In quarantine nine days, at Fort Arthur, Texas, slipped the halter, went around 200 miles and finally arrived at their old home »t Walton. A case of yellow fever was reported within twenty miles of Fort Arthur. Prof. Irl Hicks came very close to making b. correct weather forecasit lately. He predicted that the long- looked-for rain would gladden the •hearts of the people from the 9th to the llth. The western states generally were flavored first; Indiana was kindly remembered on the llth. Official facsimile of Meda! Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Will Convene In This City Tomorrow Morning In the Jordan Hall. The grind lodge, Independent Order of Good Templars of Indiana, will convene in this city tomorrow morning In the Jordan hall, over the Logansport State bank. There wll be two day and two evening sessions The grand officers, given below, will be present: Grand Chief Templar—I. S. Wade, of Lafayette. Bight Worthy Grand Templar— Lev! Miller, Elkhart. Grand Secretary—T. J. Legtr, Logansport. Grand Treasurer—B. A, Harding, Shelbyville. SCRAPS OF NEWS SQUARE-TOED SHOES Are to Again Bnl« M the FMhloaaWc Footwear. Some time ago It was predicted that the old iquare box-toe would be in favor in the course of » few season! for men'g wear. It looks like tendencies favor this idea. In England it is said that square toes are paining in favor, and from square toes to square box toes is only a step An exchange says: "In London It Is said that square toed boots are becoming fashionable ajratn, and many well-dressed men are wearing them. Pointed boots aud shoes are, Indeed, very little in evidence in the best shops. The attempt made to Introduce colored patents has been a failure, as they were too conspicuous. At Henley, brown tans were universally worn, but, at the evening receptions they were, of course, replaced by black patents." Great Economy in Underwear. t Wait until the cold weather comes and drives you to' buy- ecial inducements—save money—arid be prepared. SJ^«y item advertised is offered at a distinct^ ing to the purchaser. TROUBLE LADIES Ribbed Vests LONG SLEEVES . Only 15 cents. Ladies Fleece Lined Cotton Vests And Pint* sruweM in gleevei. nlcelv m»de, Only 25 cents. LADIES Heavy Fleeced Union Suit* im all sizes. Only 39 cents. LADIES Natural Wool VEST8 AKD PASTS Only 38 cents. Relating to the Railroads and Their Employes. Freight traffic on the Wabash is heavy beyond precedent. Van Hayes beat "Doc" McCarty. No wonder; McCarry pierced his ears. The Pennsylvania has for lihirty- seven years never Jailed to regularly pay dividends. Last week there was another heavy car movement recorded by the Indianapolis lines. The WaViash Is receiving bids for five passenger engines and fifteen heavy freight locomotives. The men in the Big Four shops in Wabash have been put on nine hours, and are working full force. John Ryan, theVandalia engineer, who was laid up with an injury to one of his legs, is at work again. The Pennsylvania inspection party will pass over the Vandalia from St. Joseph to Terre Haute neit Thursday. Daniel McVeigh, yardmaster of the Wabash at Huntington, died at the Peru hospital from the injury to Between Desk Sergeant Morris and Officer Schrejer. There Is trouble In the ranks of the Logansport police. Patrolman Webster appeared at headquarters, last evening, and complained oi: a sprained anlke. Sergeant Morris then directed Desk Officer positions Schreyer to with Webster. exchange Schreyer LJUOL u»v "" •• -«—said that he was nearly sick himself, being threatened with an attack of typhoid fever, and declined to obey the command of his superior officer. Sergeant Morris thereupon suspended Officer Schreyer for insubordination, and the case will be heard by the board at a meeting to heard by the be held this evening. his leg. Vandalia locomotive 314, on a run north out of Loganspert, bas oeen taken to the Terre Haute shops for repairs, Twenty or more of the engineers TBE OLD SAME on toe Big Four, running out of In dianapolis, will receive for September services from 1185 to $195. The Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern will return to the system of issuing passes to employes instead of charging them a rate of 1 cent a mile. The Vandalia company is equipping all its locomotives with the U. S., or metal, packing. It will last a year, while the life of hemp packing is very uncertain. The Wabash will have a nuw fall time card next month and some preparations sre already being made for it. An official says that few changes of importance will be made. City Railway Employes' Union ot Chicago will file a bill for an injunction against the railway companies to prevent the discharge cf men belonging to the union. Charles M. Hayes, formerly general manager of the Wabasb, has been advanced to the presidency of the Chicago & Grand Trunk, including all the branches of the road in Michigan. The Wabash cars running through to Buffalo are being equipped with steam heating apparatus at the Decatur shops, as a New York law prohibits the .use of stoves and flres on trains In the state. Good Enough for the Jenkines-Mahonej- Hotel. In casting about for a name for their new hotel, Messrs. A. G. Jenk- Ines and M. F. Mahoney adopted this one, "Klondyke Hotel," after that far north river, which is now the scene of a great gold excitement. After the name had been placed on the front of the building Is called out so much adverse comment that Messrs. Jenkines and Mahoney finally decided to substitute the old name— "The New Murdock," and a workman is now engaged in making the change. Childrens Underwear in all sizes and all grades from 50c and up The best Heavy Fleeced Men's Shirts and Drawer* for oO cents that can be shown anywhere. Come in and see these values. COMPLETE STOCK —OF- Shoes for Fall And winter wear in all the latest styles Bull dog, lion and lon- don lasts in colored and black. Leather lined Enamel and Box Calf, also Ladies' Royal Purple, the newest fad and very handsome color, these s-,ame shades in children' s. Call and see them STEVENSON Affi KUNSICK, 403 Broadway. Golden Rule. THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest in town, will get equal satisfaction in l;he fit of hit clothes II our tape line has been around him. We have a sort of ptid« in fitting men that otber tailon can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M ttoat. Come in and look over OH stock of Fall Goods, and trj not to br amazed at the prices we quota. J. HRR2. Tailor, 409 Market Street. BOUND OYEB, FALL AND WINTER I Goods Now On W • : t • • » : • • • I have a complete Hue of HEATING STOVES at prices that will astonish you. Such High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. > alural Gas, Odorless Heaters,' Badiitors, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. H J. ORISMOMD 312 Market Street. Darid Campbell Dead. William David Campbell, an old and well-known citizen of Logansport, died at 1 o'clock this morning atLongclift hospital, where he was receiving treatment. The deceased was 67 years of age and leaves a wife but no children. The funeral will beheld at-2 p. m., Thursday, from the late residence of deceased, No. 219 Linden avenue. William D. Campbell was a brother of 0. F. Campbell, of 112 Hanna street. He was engaged for a number of years in the retail grocery business near the north end of the Sixth street bridge. Was Charles Vftndyne Upon the Charge of Horse Stealing. Charles Vandyne was arrested, last night, upon the charge of stealing a horse belonging to Arthur Moore. The accused was arraigned before Mayor McEee, this morning and bound over for trial in the circuit court. In default of the required bond, 1100, the accused was committed to jail. The parties reside on the Southside, and the theft is alleged to have been comitted last Thursday. Ladies' Chorus. The great Ernestinoff has been engaged by the Ladies' Chorus to direct them during the autumn and winter seasons. The ladies aud the musical circles of this city are to be congratulated on having secured the services of this able director and finished musician. We predict lor this winter a series of concerts of a very hlfh order. The new director will take charge of the chorus on next Wednes- lay evening the 13th inst., at 7:30 'clock sharp, at the Grand Army iall, and it is the desire of the management that every member and every lady in the city who can sing, no matter whether they can read at Ight or not, should be present to meet him. AS Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. If You Want lo be in the Swim Advertised Letter List. List of advertised letters remaining in the postofflce at Logansport for the week ending Oct. 11, 1897. GENTS. Oscar Graves, Will D. Helvie, W. H. Henry, Wm. E. Wright. LADIES. M;rs. John Bell, Miss Annie Bally, Miss Katie Clark, Mrs. Lula B. Evans, Anna Fair, Miss Eva Reed. Persona desiring to obtain any of these letters, will pi wise say advertised. V. C. HANAWALT, P. M. WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO,IS93 Sottce. The public is invited to spend this Tuesday evening with Eugene Field at the Broadway M. E. church. Ad mission free. Goocl programme. Oil Pipe Line to Pern. A large gang of men is at work on iheplpe line of the Standard Oil company from Laketon west through Eoann to Peru. The mains are four Inches in diameter, and when the ine is laid will have a capacity of 8,000 barrels iof oil a day from the Peru field to the immense tanks on the Standard's Chicago line at Laketon. Yesterday another gang began work on the pipe line from the west, and by Nov. 1 the line will be down. Some of the pumping machinery is now in position. You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— Rleqant Line of FALL WOOLENS Just Arrived. No trouble to show Goods. John F>- Garrall, 1222 BROADWA.Y, The~"Domestic" Office, Fall Suit . Or 5 Overcoat Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock includes all the leading makes. My termi are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine 01 the house. The old stood He will Fit You "When all others fail. 1 529 Broadway, near 6th R. B WHITSRTT Moved Their Armory. The Volunteers of America have moved their armory from 315 to 31" Third street. The new ball is neatly furnished inside and Is a model mission hall. The free reading room has also been opened in connection with the mission. Meetings will be conducted at the armory every evening at 8 o'clock. This srenlng a special meeting will be held at the hall. Good music and singing. Admission free. KotJee, ft. A., B. Regular meeting of the (r. A. E- Post tonight. A full attendance de- aired.—J. B. Winters, commander. BURGLAR! AXD LARCENY. Two More Candidates for the Penitentiary. Charles Smith, of Allentown, Pa., and Thomas Evans, of Lafayette, two tramps, arrested after they had broken Into the Terre Haute Brewing company's cold storage on the "Westside, and while they were in the act of helping themselves to the bottled goods therein, were giren a preliminary hearing this afternoon before Mayor McKee. After the officers had given their testimony the prisoners ware bound over, and lu defa ult of hail were recommitted. The hook and ladder truck, which had been stationed at the Westside house during the improvement/ ol! Broadway, has moved back to its old station, No. 2 house, corner of Sixth and Broadway. . Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street EVERY WOMAN , I.._,I.M. ..—in. ...•l«il»r laailriM OmJr tanlMiSW Ordeal's f * m V n &**y£ For Sale at Ben Fisher'*.