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DAILYPHAEOS WEDNESDAY, OUT. 20, 1897. GIXYMRW3. Sweitzer and limberger cheese at Folej'a. Frank ElHott Murphy is on the sick list. Pharos subscriptions are due. Pay the collectors, Harrj Webster, of Fulton, is visiting in the city. Fresh club house and newfecnatil cheese.— Traut. John Heucb has returned from a visit at El wood. Mr. Landman, of Toledo, O., Is in the city on business. Get our price on cabbage be fore you buy.—Traut. Fred Davis IB hunting in the vicinity of Burnettslvlle. If you want turnips, now in your time to buy, ;S5c bushel.—Traut. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th St. The sheriff of Kosclusko county brought an Insane woman to Long- cliff hospital today. Daniel Neft, of Clinton township, had a rib broken yesterday. A gravel bank caved io on htm. The Chicago Dispatch, the free silver Democratic dally, has passed into entire new hands. The Eastend Pleasure club will give a dance at Dolan & McHale's hall on Thursday evening. Miss Lizzie Felker ,has returned from a month's visit at Lebanon, with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Felker. Hits Nettie Keller, who has been attending Michael's college, returned to her home at Angola, Ind., today. , Those who did not get enough bains last Monday can get all they want tomorrow, still 7}c lb.—Traut. If you want a new suit or your clothes cleaned and repaired, call at Wm. Gross', 215 Market street, opposite postoffice. The Pharos Is In receipt of late copies of Wheeling, W. Va., papers, sent by Dr. J. J. Burton, formerly of Royal Center. Mr .'and Mrs. Walter Lewis have returned from their bridal trip and are with the bride's mother, Mrs. Shade, of High street. You are invited to attend special sale of ladies' jackets tomorrow. Backward season, stock too large. They must be sold—Trade Palace. The Sliver Leaf dancing club will give a series of dances this winter. The first dance will be given next •Tuesday evening at Dolan & He- Bale's hall The Adamsboro Oil and Gas com- panp, at a meeting held last night at Shady Nook school house, decided to have their office at Logan^port, in•stead of Adamsboro. Victor Wise has disposed of his Interests in the shoe business at Chicago, and will hereafter be connected with the management of the •Bee Hive dry goods house. Messrs. J. H. Hooke and M. W. Murphy, formerly of Hall's business college, will open a high school business college on Nov. 1st, over John Gray's dry goods store, in the Magee block. Daisy Allen, whose strange conduct got her into jail, still languishes. She refuses to eat and has thus Jar baffled the efforts of those who attempted to engage her In conversation . . The funeral of the late Mrs. Wm. Elpers will be held tomorrow -norn- Ing at 9. o'clock from St. Bridget's Church," Rev. Kroeger officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. The rainfall from 7a.m. yesterday to 7 a. m. today in Logansport was thirty-three seven-hundreds of an inch. The shower of yesterday was altogether local. No rain fell at the college hill nor at Kenneth. Two citizens of Tipton township, were in the city today soliciting funds In aid of Joseph Means, their neighbor, who recently lost a horse, farming Implements, 300 bushels of oats, 200 bushels of wheat, a wagon, a buggy and a set of harness by fire. Mr. Means is a poor man and at the time of the fire lived on the Coblentz /arm. The solicitors succeeded in raising a neat sum. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER NO VERDICT YET. Judge Tnthill Will Not Discharge Jury Until Tomarrow Mght. Indications are That Nine Faror Con- rlction and Three Acquittal. Special to th« Pharon. Chicago, Ills., Oc^. 20—The jury in the Luetgart ojne is still out. They asked a conference wi!;h the judge at 11 o'clock this morning. After this conference they returned to the jury room. The indications are that the jury stands nine for conviction and three for acqultta.1, Judge Tuthiil will hold them until tomorrow night unless a verdict is reached before than. A BIG BLAZE IXnvn In Clinton Township Last Night. The Barn, Corn Crib and Granary on the Farm of Robert Reed Destroyed—A. $3,000 Loss. A supposed incendiary fire swept away the large barn, corncrib and granary on the farm of Robert Reed, two miles west of Long-cliff hospital, ID Clinton township, about 7:30 last evening. A large straw stack also caught fire and was burned up. The fire started in the barn. There were 30 bushels of corn in the crib ,and 600 bushels of wheat in the granary, all of which was consumed. The barn contained twenty-one toas of hay, a new buggy and farming implements, none of which was saved. A horse and several head of sheep, hogs and cattle perished in the flames. The loss is estimated at 13,000, The buildings and contents were insured for «1,300. An excited citizen of the Westslde, believing the city to be in danger, turned la a fire alarm fromjthe box near the A. M. E. church cau's ing the department a locg and use less run. The big blaze Illuminated the heavens to the extent that many inquiries were made here by telephone from the surrounding small towns. MORE FIREMEN NEEDED. WORLD'S FAiR.CHICAGO, (893 Freight Business on the Panhandle is Booming. Freight business on the Panhandle Is booming aud every available car is In use and more are needed.Fourteen new firemen were employed today and others will be needed. A well- known Panhandle official said today that he did not know where all the loaded cars came from, nor how long the big business will last. The shipments of grain, meats, coal and merchandise are remarkably large, and if the business holds UD men in the railway service will have a busy time of it. It would seem that the immense traffic on the road should lead to the employment of more men at the shops. It is said there have been a few additional men employed, and in some departments the men are working longer hours than formerly, Master Masons Meet. A. J. Robinson and S. B. Bichard- son are at Indianapolis attending the 42d annual convention of the Grand Council, Eoyal and Select Masons. Mr. Bobinson is presiding over the deliberations of the council. He delivered an address yesterday. Mr. Richardson was appointed a member of two committees, grievances and appeals, and on necrology The report of Grand Kecorder W, H. Smythe shows the receipts for the year, including balance, to have been $3,256.31. The disbursements were $1,609.80, leaving a balance in the treasury of $1,646.51. The present membership of the organization is 2,626, being a net Increase of 101 ovor last year. Married at Wabash. A Logansport couple, Mr. Fred Grover and Miss Maud Flanagan, were united in marriage at Wabash at high noon today, Eev. Little officiating. The groom is employed at Ash & Hadley's 'urnlture factory, and the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George W. Flanagan, of the Northside. The couple took a short trip, after which they will go to housekeeping in this city. Business Change. On tomorrow morning Fred W. Minneman will take charge of the F. M, Wagner saloon aad boarding house at the north end of Third street bridge over Eel river, having purchased the stock, furniture and fixtures and leased the building for ten years. Fred has had msn/ years experience in the saloon business and will douotless make a saccess of his venture. The Weather. Partly cloudy tonight; possible showers, Tneaday .RIGHT TO REASSESS. Question in • Salt Against a Defunct Benevolent Association's Members. An Interesting suit has been Instituted in the Circuit court at Mt. Vernon, 111., by the receiver of the late Masonic Benevolent association. It Is against quite a number of the local members of the association in that city. The action complains of a plea of trespass on the case on promise, and is brought to recover death benefits assessed and unpaid, varying In amounts from 11.60 to $241.20. The plaintiff avers that at the time of entering the decree for the winding up the affairs of the association in 1894, there existed against the as- assoclatlon death lasses accruing to the beneficiaries of the policies already Issuec", a debt amounting to 1134.000, due and unpaid; that the plaintiffs named in the case agreed in their written application for membership to faithfully abide by the association's rules and regulations then in force, one of which bound the applicant to pay a death benefit on the demise of a brother member, said benefit to be graded according to the class in whfch each member was insured and in proportion to the amount insured. Plaintiff further avers that in conformity with the foregoing, and in obedience to the decree of the Circuit court, be levied an assessment against each defendant for the various amounts due and compiled with the law by mailing to each the assessments doe; that on the completion • of this work each defendant became liable and it was his duty to pay the receiver the sum of his assessment within sixty days from the date of the notice given; that, though the sixty days has long since expired, defendants had refused to pay the various amounts due; hence recourse is had to the courts to compel such payment. The association at the time of its dissolution had a large membership distributed throughout Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Iowa and other western states. Suits similar to the ones begun at Mt, Vernon will be instituted against each member, and tlae result will be watched with interest, not alone on account of the novelty of the suit, ^ut because it will be judicially determined If a benevolent association- can legally reassess its members in'good standing to pay for the arrearages of delinquents. ' BIG STORE COMING. Occupy Three Business Booms and Basement. John E. Barnes, the contractor.has leased the three store rooms on the first floor of his new business block on Fifth^and Market streets, also the basement of the same buil'd- ing,to Herman L. Mueller and sister, I. M. Richardson, of Fort Wayne, who will open a store of furniture, carpets, lamps and toilet articles. The rooms will be thrown together by large openings. A furnace is to be put in and the rooms nicely papered. The parties are said to represent the big firm of Foster & Co., that has stores In several cities, and as they have leased the Barnes building for five years, they evidently intend to come here to stay. They have also rented the Williamson Wright homestead tor residence purposes . FARMERS AND SMALL SEINES. Fisb Commissioner Sweeney Believes In 'Permitting Certain Privileges. Rev Z. T. Sweeney, of Columbus, state fish commissioner, met a number of anglers last Monday at Indianapolis to talk over the necessity of better arrangements for state protection of fish. His deputies have made 150 arrests since he has been In office, and he long ago exhausted his salary of $300, and the appropriation of »600 for expenses, and was carrying on the work at his own expense. He believed there should be more stringent laws and a larger appropriation for their enforcement. He also expressed himself in favor of permitting farmers to seine wlta not less than a two-Inch mesh In order to clear the streams of carp, which kill game fish. THE WALTOS OIL FIELD To be Explored by a Company Composed Largely of Chicago Capitalists. A company known as the Chicago Oil company and composed mainly of Chicago capitalists, has secured a number of leases near Walton and will soon begin the work of drilling for oil. Dr. H. A.. Alford of Peru, and his son, Marvin Alford, of Chicago, are stockholder* in the company. They expect to begin operations at once. The men connected with the enterprise have ample means and will not stop at one well. - - THE GOLDEN RULE. - GRAND CLOAK OPENING SALE. Yoursdf and friends are cordially invited to visit their superb exhibition of Fall and Winter Styles in Ladies' Misses and Children's Cloaks. We are exhibitino- the very Latest and Choicest Styles in Novelties and High Class Cloaks and Wraps as now we pro- railin"- in Paris, London and New York. Such a magnificent collection has never been equalled in Logansport. Our-gpecial efiorfcTm preparing for this seasons offerings have been in the direction of securing an even higher statwn of excellence in styles and materials and at prices lower than ever before offered in this city. Prices of labor and materials are steadily ad- vancinn- and it would be impossible for us to duplicate our stock at anything like the prices we will offer you. JACKETS The New Russian Blouse is one amongst the Fashionables. We have them in Black, New Greens, Royal Blue and Black Vedour. We have them in all prices up to ..— • • S3O-OO We are showing a complete line of Capes and Children's Wraps at very low prices. See this line before you purchase a Garment. THE GOLDEN RULE. —THE— Very Newest 21 Shoes... And every pair Leather Lined, making them comfortable and water proof, so you can keep from wearing Rubber Overshoes. In BOX CALF ENAMEL TAN and Vici Kid, made on the latest style lasts, fa Boll Dog Coin, Dollar and Half Dollar Toes. Ladies and Children's ROYAL PGEPLE the newest colors in very fancy Silk Vesting Tops, making them very attractive. See them. r THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest in town, will get equal satisfaction in the fit of hit clothes if our tape line has been around, him. We have a sort of pride in fitting men that other tailors can't please. It's tha know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given as that). Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to be amazed at the prices we quote. J. HEJRZ, Tailor, 409 Market Street. »»»»»»•»»«•»•»•»»»»»++« ******** 403 Broadway. ite AS Snow Is your linen when it oomes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both. 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. FALL AND WINTER Goods On Exhibition. I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at price* that will astonish you. Such High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, Radiators, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. J. GRISMOMD 312 Market Street. «»•»»««»•••«•••••»•»•»»»»•*•»»»*»+•»»•••«•»•»+»»•* FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-date Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and in fact anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, If You Want Io be in You had better le —Make Tour— Fall Suit j Or s Overcoat •* * I—, He will Pit You When all others fail. Bound Over. Fred Chambers, who held up and robbed Ed Day, was bound over to he Circuit court in the sum of 1500, in default of which he was recommitted to jail. Miss Ltale Weldner went to Logansport this morning to visit her , Mrs. Prank Albert. The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low pri^e. My stock includes all the leading makes. My terms are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B Fall And—— Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street.