Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 15, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 15, 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 Granlli Cloths. Something new In Silks for waists In Roman Stripes and Checks. New Ribbons and Gloves. Come in and look through this stock, Tender and Juicy! MEATS! Enough to Tempt a Vegetarian Wm. Howe, Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247- G. W. Campbell Has removed his Second Hand Store to SIXTH STREET Next to Moynihan'B, And wishes to Inform the public that he is still In the business. Stove Repairing a Specialty. 212 W.J. Barnett, Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Call, attended day or nig". The finest outfli in the U. S. Col. C. ^- «<>"• will remain with roe. O. Bcsidenoe-Mutual. £. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street New Aluminite Rubber Plates. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. at •flANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy* and Sells Second Hand Goods. Give UB a call. SOS 6th street INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Bro«dw»T Now Is Your Chance. You can buy you a home or pay off your »iort«uro by gendire M. M. Gordon a buyer £?R^I K«uiw>. Who will divide the com Who will nission with joa, M. M. Gordon, Old Phone office 806. residence 1S9. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, M« Fourth Street Opp. Court Home Entrance. 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, dsy or night. Mr. Kini*n was for many yearn foreman lor Charles L. Woll. Telephone 861. DK. C. 1). EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter'8 New Drug Store. Corner of j Fourth and Market Streets. McConneU&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS FRIDAY OCT. 15, 1897. OITY ttRWS Walden'aelli John Kelly shoes. Saturday only, corn starch 4c package—Keystone.. $g.78 lor men's suita, e^ery day and Saturday evening, at New Otto. Mr. and Mrs. John Slpple.of Boytl Center, aw entertaining their ton, Benjamin Slpple, of Ohio. Mliott Shoemaker, of Fulton, bad hta right arm broken yesterday after- while operating a older mill. Viiit Otto Shoe Co. Saturday. No business ic the police court morning. Dressed chickens and ducki Johnston's. The output of oil at Peru Is 3,800 barrels a day. A few more hams to go at 7Jc per Ib.—Keystone. Uncle Jeff Lumel islald up by an attack of asthma. Plenty of fruits and vegetables for Saturday—Key stone. Mrs. Slusserman of Deer Creek Is 111 with typhoid fever. The greatest line of children's clothing at the New Otto. Miss Lizzie .Bothermel is visiting Miss Nora Bronnon of Peru. iSartford sent 100 men to the Peru oil field, and Montpelier 300. Great variety in men's,, ladies and children's fine footwear at Maiben's. Mr, and Mrs. John Rhodes, of Royal Center, are In Ohio visiting relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Plank of Deer Creek will soon leave for the south to spend the winter. See our 10 and 39c jardineres tomorrow; worth double the amount.— Trade Palace. Mr. and Mrs. Slagle, of Adamsboro, are the happy parents of a young daughter. Miss Minnie Boyer, of Adamsboro, entertained Miss Minnie Reyburn, of Peru, over Sunday. Miss Mamie Cummings of this :;lty is the guest of Miss Fannie Morgan of Adamsboro. Miss Mollie and Claude Buchanan are at Palmyra, Mo., on an extended visit with relatives. Rev. W. S. Stewart, of this city, preached at Webb chapel, in Noble pQwnship, last Sunday. Jas. Guiney, partner and brother- n-law of M. J. Dwyer, arrived last evening from Charleston, Ills. John Quinn, of Race street, is building an addition to his house and otherwise Improving bis property. • Arbor day is October 29th. Let svery citizen plant at least one tree and urge his neighbor to do likewise. Mr. Jacob Roach, of Neapolis, 0., s visiting his brother, "Wm. Roach, and other relatives, at Royal Center. Jacob Boulton, of the Southside will leave Monday on a hunting trip through the northern part of Michi gan. Nobby new colored shirts at 50, 75 and »1 at Dawenter, the hatter and furnisher. Past colors and late patterns. Quite a number of people from Adamsboro attended the Sunday school convention held at New Waverly last Sunday. The Epworth league festival at Koyal Center, which was held last Saturday night, netted the members $11.40. George R. Vaile and family, of 1205 North street, will leave next Tuesday on a visit at Columbus and Dayton, O. Will McKee, son of the mayor, who has been taking a course in voice culture, at Indianapolis, is at home for a short visit. Misses Pink Allen and Nora Hooley and Messrs. Melvin Gordon and Lou Cornwell drove to Royal Center yesterday afternoon. Peru Journal: "T. J. Immel and several friends, of Logansport, were guests yesterday and were shown through the oil field." Workmen are engaged in whitewashing the interior of the J, T. Elliott Co.'s new stand in the Elliott building on Broadway, The Ladies' aid society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church of Deer Creek met at the home of John Zart- mau, last Wednesday. Mrs. S. L. Tanguy returned this afternoon from aa extended stay at Philadelphia. Her brother, Re?. S. E. Bringhurst, continues seriously ill. Dr. E. D. Snyder, Edgar Phillips, Joseph Kline and J. W. Rice, of Onward, attended the district meeting of the Maccabees held at Kokomo ast week. Fred L. Petrie, of Washington street, met with an accident yesterday which will lay him up for some time. A heavy iron casting fell on his foot, crushing it severely. Mr. and Mrs. James Ross, of Ford's crossing, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last Saturday. A arge number of friends were present and partook of a sumptuous feast jrepared for the occasion. A strawstack on the farm of Mrs. Ralshausen, of Noble township, was destroyed Dy fire last Saturday afternoon. A barn nearby caught fire 'rom the flying sparks, but was soon extinguished by the prompt action of the neighbors. No serious damage resulted. The funeral of the late William L. Clark will be held tomorrow morn- ng at 9 o'clock from St. Vincent de Paul church, Very ReT. M. E. Campion officiating, St. Matthew's Com- nanderj, Knights of St. John, of which deceased waa member, will attend the funeral in a body. Inter- ment will be made la Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. Fresh French taffies at Wright 5 Britten's. See our fancy Minnesota potatoes —Keystone. June Pangh, messinger boy for the Western Union telegraph company has resigned. Messrs, Harry Blackstone and Harley Jones took in the Royal Center celebration yesterday. Fifty jackrabblts on exhibition tonight at Dwyer & Guiney's saloon Third and Broadway. Wanted—Work team; good and cheap, at Sevan's feed yard Saturday at 1 p. m.—Chas. Gotshall. Twenty-five boucle jackets, kersey cloth trimmed, $8.50; value tomorrow, 15.98.—Trade Palace. Special low prices to close out large stock of ladies' fine shoes at closing out sale, 3rd and Market street. Ladies' shoes, newest fall and winter styles,at greatly reduced price?,at closing out sale, 3rd and Market. Miss Jessie Neill, will entertain the '96 graduating class tomorrow evening at her pleasant home on Burlington avenue,. It is learned that one of the wells to be drilled at Onward will be located on one of the farms of Sam Pans- baker, jr., of that place. Mrs. Delia Ashby and children, of Mt. Ayer, Ind., are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wildermuth, of Royal Center. It will be remembered that Mrs. Mary Heenan, who died yesterday of consumption, was the defendant in toe celebrated Heenan-Remley case. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beanett, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. A. G. Buach, of Winamac, were guests of Charles Bennett, of Royal Center last Sunday. The newly organized dancing club will give its first hop tonight at the . A, R. hall. It is composed of a score or more of prominent society couples. For sale or trade—A small low canopy top phaeton, suitable for a ady. Will trade for larger phaeton and pay boot. —Emanuel Clem, 8th street stable. For rent—Corner 22d and Market, eight room house, furnace, hot and cold water up stairs and down. Enquire of George Rodefer, 3-1 Bel" River avenue. A wagon loaded with barrels of oil was struck by a motor car on Broadway and Fifth streets at 11 a. m. today. The coupling pole of the wagon was broken. Mrs. Hannah Stanley,of Richmond, was in the city yesterday, en route home from a visit to her cousin, ex- County Commissioner Girton, of Clinton township. W. J. Dwyer has removed his family from Charleston, 111., and they will occupy the apartments over the Dwyer & Guiney saloon, at the corner of Broadway and Third streets. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Irwin, of Burlington avenue, celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary Wednesday evening bv entertaining the Ladies of the G. A. R. The list of presents was large and handsome. The funeral of the late Mrs. Michael Heenan will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Bridget's church, Rev. B. Kroeger officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. Notice—Members of Western Star Lodge No. " 1601, K. and L. of H,, you are requested to meet at lodge hall this (Friday) evening, Oct. 15, 1897, at 7:30 p. m., on business of importance.—John H. Schwerdman, secretary. Dr. Holloway, who is treating George Epping, says the latter sustained no broken bones or internal injuries by falling from a scaflold at Longcliff hospital yesterday, but that the injury resulting from the shock is sufficient to lay him up for several weeks. Toe penal institutions ic Siberia are the worst in the civilized world. In the continued story appearing in the Pharos Is given a great many facts about prison life In Siberia. At the same time the story is full of adventure and written in a most entertaining style. In addition to a demand for the paners left in trust with John F. Johnston, which the City National bank refuses to turn over to A. C. Barnett, In his suit filed yesterday, the latter demands damages in the sum of 1100. Barnett's attorneys are Judge Winfield and Lairy & Ma- ioney, Rev. F. M. Huckleberry was delayed in attending (the Baptist state convention, and did not leave for reensburg uatil this afternoon. He will deliver an address on the theme, My Bible and I," at the mass meet- .ng Sunday evening. His pulpit here will be occupied Sunday morning by a Chicago minister. j Sunday school convention will be held next Sunday at Bethel church, D Clsy township, beginning at 2:30 ). m. Opening dlacuwloo by Rev. Smith followed by an address on the improvement of the Sunday school work by Ber. McDonald. A pro- Our Shoes Fit Like gloves And they wear Like Iron. "We treat our customers Fair and square '. Because we appreciate - Their trade. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want i'our trade. Elias Winter GERMAN TAUGHT -AT- HALL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE r i he great and increasing demand for the German language in business circle! has lee President Moore to add thJs branch to the practical business course. * We have been f01 tunate enough to secure Mm, Edith votter, ihe popular and efficien teacher of German, to take charge of ihi line of work. Mrs. Potter has *on im enviable re putation as a teacher of ihe natura. method and comes to us highly recommended by educators and by scores of pupiJB lor whom the drudue of the "Grammer Method" baa been changed to a pleasant pajtime by the Colby Natural Method. Day ano evening classes. Cail at the College office and arrange for a practical course In German. Hall's Business College. Corner Broadway and Sixth St. Second floor. gram for the evening will be presented. All are invited. W. Lufuse has returned from a two months' visit at Indianapolis. See the most complete line of jack- eta ID the city tomorrow at the Trade Palace. One hundred a,nd fifty traveling salesmen make their headquarters In Logansport. Miss Puss Six,of the Central Union telephone exchange, went to Peru this afternoon to visit friends. Coleridge, Gold Medium and Ches- ea are stabled at the Driving park Dheslea will not atari at Winamac tomorrow. John S. Flanagan, son of G-. W. Flanagan, will be re-committed to LoKJgcliff hospital. He was thought to be cured. James McMillen, Daniel Morrison and William Bratidt attended the re union of their old regiment yesterday at Carmel, Hamilton county. The Pennsylvania inspection party leaded by President Frank Thomp son, passed through the city at noon oday, on their way from St Joe to Tere Haute, over the Vandalia. They have a train of five Pullmans and eat and sleep en route. "Buckskin" is Dead. 'Buckskin" is dead. The deceased was a horbe. He was for many years a faithful servant of the late Dr. Landls; also the Doctor's sons. Fred used him for a number of years in delivering the Daily Pharos. If there is any reward for such as he, "Buckskin" has gone to feed on the finest clover. Complaint for Divorce Martha E. Hitchins by Magee & Funk today filed a suit for divorce from George W. Hitchins, the constable. She alleges cruel and Inhuman treatment. Attention, K. of P. Apollo lodge No. 62, K. of P., will confer the third rank tonight, after which a banquet will be served. Members and visitors welcome.— George Gonser, C. C. Drom Corps, Notice. Members of the Democratic and Republican drum corps are requested to meet ac the council chamber at 7:30 this evening to arrange for the parade of the Elks minstrels. Cream of tartar comes from grapes. It is clean and wholesome. It is the best ingredient known for baking powders. It makes light biscuit, white and without a .bitter taste. "Cleveland's" is a pure cream of tartar powder. Guarantee* V.. Tailor and Draper, Our Fall and Winter Styles. in elegant combination! of color la up-to-date fabrics in plaids, cheeks, stripe*, tweeds, twills, «ergea ar» waiting for your Inspection. Skilled workmen are also waiting to fashion them into the best fitting and finely finished suits that would cost 700 twice as much if landed under the new tariff. W. Keller 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 EVERY WOMAN I DMdi » nlltkl*. ••Bthly, MKuUiinr medlelm. Only hmntlMi |H Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills ^r^ Thcr an prompt, uf • and nrtala In nnlt. The *u>iuc (Dr. PuTi) eerw 4taap ^•oolBt. SentmyTrhere,U.»«. AUw Pm-li *UW1C1«» C*.. Clewund. O. For Sale at Ben Fisher's. Next Theatrical Attraction. Marie Janson, the charming access, and Frank Tannehill, jr., the distinguished author and comedian, have become associated for the purpose of obtaining all that is possible out of the "Nancy Hanks," which was discovered last season, and rlelded a rich return for thft short ;lme It was worked. "The Nancy 3anks" is fully as rich of genuine, wholesome fun as the Klondyke Is of jold, and any doubts on that score ;an be removed by attending the )erformance of this bright comedy ' at the opera house Tuesday night. Case Compromised. In the circuit court today a compromise was effected of the suit of larry Coleman against Webster, as- Ignee of the Variety Iron works of | Cleveland, Ohio. The case was on trial two flays, and was taken from the jury. The defendant pays all costs and a certain ,um to plaintiff, who sued for $1,900, alary and commissions. At53REVTATED TELEGRAMS. D OLAN'8 OPEBA HOUSE. WM. DOLAN. A NIGHT OF LAUGHTER. TUESDAY, OCT. 19TH, The Nancy Banks PRICES..25c, 35c,50c, 75c"and Seats on gale at Jonstoa'g drug store. The New York Sun has formally announced its change from Democracy to Republicanism. No carpenter not carrying a union card s permitted to work on the Omaha ex- losition grounds. Eliza Anr. Grier. a coal-black nepress, as applied at Atlanta, Ga., for a license o practice medicine. Commissioner of Immigration Pcwder- y will try to bar out Louise Michel, the "rench anarchiste, when she ecme< ; . Morton F. Ericson. an inventor, hanpfed imself at Chicago because he could not olve the problem of perpetual motion. The engineers of the colony of Vicoria, Australia, have voted $5,000 to ielp .the striking engineers In Great Jritain. A heavy snow storm has swept over outheastern Idaho. It will do much amage, as much grain and lucerne are till out. Albert Bowman has been found guilty t Lewipicwn, Ills., of the murder of Osar Cox and sentenced to one year in he .penitentiary. The London Daily Xews says there is . good prospect o* a general treaty of .rbitration between Great Britain and ie United States. The president has appointed Edgar T. Wheelock register of the land office and Henry G. McCrossen receiver of public moneys at Wausau, TVis. Fire destroyed the Blackstone House r.d the dry goods store of George Farington at Spencer, Wis. The loss is S.OOO, with a. small insurance. Xo mere patients will be received atthe isconoin Home for Feeble-Minded nn- il January, on account of the over- rowded condition of the buildings. The Wisconsin Telephone company has dvanced ratek in Oshkosh from $12 and 24 a year to $18 and S30 for residences nd business houses respectively. The wholesale druggists in session at lichmocd. Va.. have elected these offlers: President, Charles F. Wellex, )mafca: secretary, A. E. Menrlam, Mln- ea polls. A check for C45.506 paid to the London custom house for a cargo of 1,300 tons t tea Is said in London to be the largest tingle payment for duties ever made La le world's history- Colonel Thomas Scnarf, Chines* Inspector at New York, has sent in hi* resignation, declaring that the Chinn* iculsjon act is a farce, cannot be en- orced and results In the corruption «t je treasury department. Boston, Oct. 14.— A fire M*rte4 : i» tb« boiler room of the Hotel Vendon* tart causln* m low of >«,•«.__ Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that for Price, Style and Fit nan- 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. CRAI6, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee's. No Pain I No Dangerl Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, «uch aa sore mootb, sore gums, etc. Absolutely tafe and painles. The Finest and Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method COHESIVE PLATES, guaranteed to fit. charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, HP WTT^'TI 3U 14 FonrthBt. LJC,1X 1 1O A SOrerFi«ber'«DnwB*0*« THE SHINING LIGHT —The New— Wheeler 5 Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street J. HoweU, Agent

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