Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 14, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 14, 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 Granlll Cloths. Something new in Silks for waists in Roman Stripes and Checks. New Kib bons and Gloven. Come in and look through thi stock. Tender and Juicy Enough to Tempt a Vegetarian Wm. Rowe, Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts Phone 247- G. W. Campbell Has removed his Second Hand Store to 212 SIXTH STREET Next to Moynlban's. And wishes to Inform the public that he is still In the business. Stove Repairing a Specialty. W.J. Barnett, suoo.«ortoai,wou Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director 417 Market street. Call! atWnded day or nlpM Tbe finest outtk in the U.S. Col. U L,. won will remain with me. Phones rcV DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. _____ - -- gANLEY &_SHANAHAN. Buy« and Sell8 Second Hand Goods. Give MB a call. 200 6th street INSURANCE Of all Kinds "Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Comer of Fourth Now Is Your Chance. You can tuy you R home or pnj off your endinK M. M. Gordon a buyer Wio will divide the com- with you, M. M. Gordon, Old Phono office 30fi. residence 189- When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, KM Fourth Street Opp. Court Hou»e Entrmnoe. Undertakers. 303 Market itreet, Hoppe Bulldlngr. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or nlgiht. Mr. KUUiin was for m«uy year* foreman lor Ch»rh-gL.-Woll. Telephone 2«. ER. C. B. EVERSOLE'S DECTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of 3 Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS THURSDAY, OCT. U, 1897. OITY NRWS Walden sells John Kelly shoes. I*.7& for men's suits, every flay tnd Saturday evening, at New Otto. Jacob H. Stoll and Kate L. For- ttofl, William S. Galloway and Emma L. HlpaherJ have been, licensed, to wed. Solomon X. Berkshire was today granted a divorce from Nettle J. Berkshire. The parties reside In Boone tjwnshlp. GOOD TEHPLAS. Second Day's Session of the Grand Lodge. The Proceedings of Yesterday Afternoon, Last ETening and Today. Unanimously Decided That the Color Line Should Not be Drawn. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON After the regular opening services of the grand lodge of Good Templars yesterday afternoon, the following were introduced for grand lodge degrees: W. C. Doyle, D, F. Beck, Flora French, L. G. Woodcock, Lynne Lynch, P. B. Fritz, Bert Andrews, R. B. Beagle, Stuart Peters, Mary Fossnacht, Bessie Whitehead, Nellie Wells, Mrs. Doyle, Lena Rosier, Anna Miller, C. B. Taylor and L. E. Brown. The following committees were then appointed: County -lodge—Rev F. C. Coolbaugh, Logansport; W. P. Guest, Crawfordsville; Mrs. Nellie Welts, Lafayette; D. F. Beck, Burlington. Juvenile temples—Bessie Whitehead, West Point; Mrs. M. S. Henry, Southport; John Tankersley, Lafayette. Literature and official organ- Rev. J. R. Henry, Snuthport: C. B. Taylor, TFaveland"; Rena Beck Rea, Logansport; Finance, or ways and means—Dr. J. Z, Powell, Logansport: Alice Van Pelt, Shelbyville; Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh, Logansport; J. S. Shanklin, Cutler; George R. Jamison, Logansport. Resolutions—L. D. Woodcock, Thorn town; J. B. Stanley, Logansport; J. R. Henry,-Southport. State of the country and political action—Alice Van Pelt, Shelbyville; Eli filler, Rolling Prairie; Dr. Gee. W, Washburn, Lafayette. Constitution and by-laws—Ell Miller, Rolling Prairie; L. E. Brown, Adamsboro; J. W. Gaskill, Logane- port, Distribution—F. J.Sheperd,Thorn- town; Philip Fretz, Moran; Will R. Foster, Pine Village. Reports of the grand chief templar, grand secretary, grand junior temp- lar and grand treasurer were read and referred to the committee on distribution. The reports showed a small balance on hand. Some lodges have been confronted with the color line and it was unanimously decided that colored people should be recognized, WEDNESDAY EVENING The committee on by-laws reported and Horace Stanley was taken through the subordinate degree. A social session was then held and an enjoyable musical and literary pro- gramme carried out. A poem by Miss Florence Friend expressed the position Of the lodge on the "color line." A paper Mrs. Alice Van Pelt, of Shelbyville,, on "The State of Our Country and Political Action," was a delightful feature of the evening session. TODAY—MORNING SESSION, County presidents gave reports of ;ounty lodge work during the past year. We find that they work better ,han district systems. On call of committees the S. J. T. •eported and action was deferred until financial aid was made. Committee on credentials made supplementary report that Dr. Steward, of Logansport lodge, was end lo grand lodge degree, which was accepted. Committee on state of the country and political action submitted its report. Brother Griest moved that ;he report be adopted as read. Sec- >nded by Brother Tankersley, of La- 'ayette lodge, and carried. The report Is as follows: "Our country is In a precarious iondition; ruled by the whisky power, which Is a money power. Men are placed In office who can be bought ,nd sold at will; Sabbath desecration ,nd lawlessness running rampant. aloons and gambling dens open from Monday morning to Monday morning; directors of our county fairs allowing gambling, immoral shows and Intoxl- ating drinks on the fair grounds be- ause it brings in a few dollars of evenue. The way to abolish these hings and similar wrongs, which are ,00 numerous to mention, is to put i n ffice men who will suppress hem. Say to -the leaders of yoa r iarty, nominate men with clean lands or wejwlll not stand by the jarty. Go to the primaries, con- entloDS and the dark corners where be nominations are made and see hat men are put up for office for whom you can vote without searing our conscience. The cry comes up: 'Keep politics out of religion." So ay we,, as politics exist today, but he world will never be rid of this Iremdful cum until you put more religion into politic*. ,V .---. THPB ATTKBKOOK, Toecommute on .resolutions recommended a vote of thanks to Lo- gansport lodge for their liberality in giving hall also the press for their excellent report of this Grand Lodge session. Resolution 5th—Resolved, That as Good Templars, we view with alarm the Increasing desecration of the Sabbath Day that the Sunday excursions are an evil, bound to work evil to oar citizens, railroad companies and to our nation, that we !beartly condemn Sunday base ball and call upon our members to store their bicycles rather than they should use them to breaking of the Lord's Day was also recommended to be passed. CHICAGO JURKKT3 Recelred Dally bj W. W. Milner, at 9. A. K. Building. Chicago, Oct. U, 1897. Wheat—Dec., opened. 9lJ@t@92c; high, 92c; low, 90fc; closed at 90ic. Wheat—For May, open, 90i@90Jc; high, 90Jc; low, 88}c; closed, 88|@ 88ic. Corn—For Dec., opened, 28@2"ic; high, 28c; low, 26Jc: closed, at 26Jc. Oats—Dec., opened, 19tc: high, 19frc;low, 18}c; closed, 18fc. Rye—Dec. opened, 47c; high, 47c; low, 46}c; closed, 46ic. Pork—For Dec.opened, «7.75;high $7.32; low, $7.70; closed, $7.75. Lard—For Dec., opened, 14.25; high, $4,27; low, 84.22; closed, 14.22. Hogs today, 25,000; left over,3,000. Estimated receipts for tomorrow, 22,000. Market opened strong;closed steady to strong. Mixed, $3.65@»4.00; heavy, «3.40 @4 00; rough, $3.40@I3.50; light, $3.60@4.05. Dec. wheat—Curb, 90|c puts, 89} ; calls, 91|@|e. AS EXPECTED^ An Accident Occurred on the Eighteenth Street Bridge. As expected, the county will have damages to pay on account of the dangerous condition of the Eighteenth street bridge. Last night while Dr. Bradneld was driving across the bridge one of the wheels of the bugey dropped into a hole where a plank had been pushed out of place. The doctor was pitched fiom the carriage but held to the lines and the borse did nut get away from him. The buggy was pulled apart and torn to pieces. When seen today by a representative of the Pharos, Dr. Bradfield complained of the bruises he had received, and declared that the county commissioners would be asked to pay him damages for the destruction of bis buggy. GAS EXPLOSION. Gns Girrard and Edward Mc6inneS8 Painfully Burned. An explosion of gas occurred In the basement of the court house last evening about 8 o'clock. Gus Girrard, the janitor, was lighting tho fires under the boilers. Tiie gas had accumulated in great quantities in the furnace, and the pipes being very large, the explosion made a terrific noise. Edward McGlnness, who was standing near by, was struck by some falling pieces of pipe, besides suffering several painful burns on the face and hands. Gus Girrard had one of his hands badly burned, Hicks Predicts. Prof. Hicks says a regular storm period for October extends from the 14th to the 18th. The barometer will fall in the west, attended by cloudiness and rain, and during the 15th to 18th, low barometer, warmer weather and rains will progress eastwardly across tbc continent. Rising barometer will push close after the storms, causing cold, northwesterly winds and snow, perhaps, along the rest of the storm area. Very cold days with frosty nights may be expected in all northerly regions on and touching the 19th and 20th. Death of W. L. Clark. William L. Clark, son of James A. Clark, of 1109 Market street, died a,t 10:40 a. m. today of consumptions, aged 23 years, one month and 21 days. The funeral will be held at 9 a. m. Saturday from St. Vincent de Paul church, The deceased was an estimable young man. He was an honorary member of St. Matthew Com- mandury, K. of St. J. Attention! St. Matthew's Cemmanderj* Yon are hereby ordered to report at the armory tomorrow (Friday) evening, October 15, at 8 o'clock sharp, for special instructions. It 111 be to the interest of every Sir Knight to be present. JOHH B. Fox, Cspt. 8t Tlmcenfg Y. P. T. A. Society. There will he a special meeting at 8 p. m. thii evening to make arrange* menu for the funeral of Will Clarke. • JOHH McCArrorr, President. •: MABT WKLCH, Secretary. - - Our Shoes Fit- Lite gloves And they wear Like Iron. We treat our customer* Fair and square Because -we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low—Wonderfully low- Arid quality is High- Very high— And we want Tour trade. Elias Winter. GERMAN TAUGHT -AT- HALL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE r i be great and increasing demand for the German language m business circles hag led President Moore to add this branch to the practical business course. We have been fortunate enough to efc Mrs. Edith "otter, the popular and efficient teacher of German, to tatee charge ot this iineofwork. Mrs. Potler has *on an en viable reputation as a teacher ot the natural method and comes to us highly recommended by educators and by scores of pupils lor •n-hom the drudge of the "(Jrnmmer Method' has been changed to * pleasant pastime by the Colby Natural Method. Day anr evening classes Gail at the College offioe and arrange fora practical course In German. Hall's Business College. Corner Broadway and Sixth St. Second floor. BADLY HURT Wag John BlchardgOB, a Panhandle Freight Brakeman. Accident Identical With That Which Caused the Denth of Brakeman Qeogbegan. John Richardson, a Panhandle brakeman, residing on Nineteenth street, suffered an injury at Crown Point at 10 o'clock this morning, almost identical with that which resulted in the death of Brakeman Geogbegan, a few days ago. He was in the act of uncoupling the air hose on train 84, when tbe cars came together. His right arm caught between the deadwoods and was badiy crushed. The Injured man was brought to this city on a passenger shortly after noon and an operation was performed at St. Joseph's hospital by Drs. Shultz and Hether- logton. His arm and part of the shoulder wa.» amputated. He Is a married man. It Is thought that be will not survive the shock of the accident and operation. Will Return at 6 O'Clock. The special train to the Peru oil field will return to Logansport at 6 o'clock. The excursion party will be accompanied by the Elks band. The train will stop in the center of the oil field. Death of Mrs. Michnel Heenan. Mrs. Mary, wife of Micbael Heenan, died at 1 o'clock this afternoon, at the family residence on Linden avenue, of 'oosumptlon, aged 39 years. She leaves a husband and a daughter. The time of the funeral will be announced tomorrow. Attention, ;st. George Coeunandery. All members St. George Commander? Knights of St. John ars hereby ordered to be present tomorrow evening at the armory at :30 o'clock. CHAB. RuHL.Capt. Tbe Weather. Generally fair tonight and Friday; cooler Friday afternoon and night. Cheap baking powders are cheap because they contain alum instead of cream of tartar. Women who use them are unconsciously putting alum into the food of the family. They do not realize what they are doing. Cleveland's baking powder is made of cream of tartar, not alum. Guarantee* hack ronr mornr M.jvm Cd Clrrtlmd'. th« «M* yowtor yo» H»T* ««r «••*. Ctovdasd BakwffPwfer C*,1LT. Our Fall and Winter Stylei/ in elegant combinations' of color la up-to-date fabrics In plaids, checks, stripe*, tweeds, twills, serges are waiting for your inspection. Skilled workmen are alto watting to fashion them into the best fitting and finely finished suits that would coot you twice as much if landed under the new tacit!. Tailor and Draper, Carl ,W. Kelle r 311 Market St, PATENTS United States Canadian and English Patents Promptly Obtained. Patent, Mechanical and Perspective Drawings Prepared, Inventions Developed, Machinery Designed. B.B.Gordon, Solicitor of Patents, Spry Block ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Visit Otto Shoe Co. Saturday. Don't buy a watch until you see Ben Martin. The greatest line of children's clothing at the New Otto. "The Brownies" came in this mcrniug from Marion, and 12 are at the Barnett and 40 at the Johnston. Judge Winfield today brought suit for A. 0. Barnett against the City National bank to recover papers that were held by John P. Johnson, president of the Sate National benk, in trust for plaintiff. ant. "You-ve made ice portrait more prominent than my signature." Detroit Free Press: Miss Elderly— "Mr. Suave always treats me with much more deference than he does any of the other girls." Miss Sprightly— "He has told me often that he has no use for a man -who falis to respect age." Detroit Free Press: "Do you helieve in hypnotism?" he asked as he looked intently into her great brown eyes. "I must," sie answered, with all the bravery she could summon. "I know thai you are going to kiss me, but I am powerless to protest." Harper's Bazar: "Mercy!" cried Mr. Barker at the restaurant. "Waiter, ;» this Neufchatel cheese?" "Yes, sir,'' said the waiter. "Well, I must say it tastes like very old chatel cheese. Bring me some cottage cheese instead- and .be /wre it Js made of some cottagr* iince ;the original Queen Anne period," Washington Star: ."What caused your «ompany to disband?" inquired the gossip. "The craze for rea.lism," replied the manager, sadly. "You remember the speech in which Polonius «ay§ to his sea. "Put money ID thy purse?" "Yes." "Well, Laertes refused to go on Tdtji the p^rt without Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that for Price, Style and Fit c&n- not 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. WOMEN AND MEN. There is a 15-year-old widow at Cov- igton, Ky. The girl was married a year ago to a 19-year-old boy, all the parents consenting. Her husband died lew days ago. Franchetti, the banker-composer, 1* building an opera house at his country seat, where he can have his own work* performed without subjecting them to the judgment ot managers. President Barrios of Guatemala was educated in this country and is a graduate of Tale. He declare* himself dictator to protect the Interests of for- tfners in his country, and Is aniious to have American capiW^gevelop it THE STAGE. Nance O'Neill will essay "Ma«da" next season in Sudennaa's -play, "Helmath." Kate CTaiton has Joined the vande- villaics. Hark! from the tomb a dole- Cul sound. Con T. Murpby is engaged upon a libretto for the Eostonians, based upon Tobin's "Honeymoon." There is a fat woman In "The Whirl at the Town" who weighs 426 pounds. They call her "A Lady of Quantity." Horace McVicker nas made a gut of Tolstoi's "Anna No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore moutb, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and paioles. The Finest and Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method COHESIVE PLATES, guaranteed to fit. 4®~No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, DP TSITTQTI 3 U J - 2 Fourth St. LJC.L* L 1O I iQver Fisher's Drug Store THE SHINING LIGHT —The New— Wheeler I Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent Becaose without her h* -would b* rnde, rough, *nd ungodly. Bticatis«; she can wtth him endur* p«In quietly and meet j«y gladly. Because eh* is patient with bin 1* dress, eoduTM fcis fntfolncM. ui "mothers" him. Because *fce tMebe« M» tbe vilu« of turtle wordm, of Uo4l7 •C eoosid«i*tfM. BCTULM OB. her D-M* to tow at itftmttntt, mm4 to «ft*rw*. WHAT WOMEN ARE WEARtHO. The princess of S«tre-Melnln(em cbose a skirt and cape of a prettJI cloth, lightly checked with powder* blue. Tbe skirt was bound vitb. leather. The princess of N*pl*« while i» England distinguished her»*lf for her exquisite toilets. At the Buckingham •tate ball ahe wore a drew of mauve satin, -vrtth court-train of velvet The skirt was embroidered ta »teel and silver. Pretty capes bought by the Prtn;:es« de Llgne and other titled women are heliotrope Scotch plaids or made ot heliotrope Scotch tweed lined with mauve brocade and, of reseda tweed •necked with white, with collar reverw *Dd llniag aJao o£ whit*. Frofanitv.—American* «» »aid to M the profanest people In «toe world. Tft« awn gwe*r, the w«ne», «wear. aa4 children witti the lisp tourolr oot •* tfeetr speech, swear.—Bar. F. M. OooeV BaiKlst, New YOfk efty. Way.—The Mrt Mrrie» , however to «o w«Ba»l7 ttiiaga IB a tfcw Wv*T*Umf fa eharadtar tia*

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