Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 26, 1897 · Page 24
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OAILYPHABOS TUESDAY, OCT. 26, 1897. OITY NRWS. Attend Silver Leaf dance tonight. California apricots in 3 Ib. cans, lOc.—Traut. Win. Evans bas returned from a •visit at Wabash. The Sol-Jen Eule—this sale for genuine bargains. Follow the crowd to the Golden Rule— autumn sale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Benning, ot the Southslde, a daughter. For rent—N icely furnished room with heat, il.25 per week—613 Race. Our cabbage is going fast- No soft heads among them, but all solid.— Traut. Big crowd of shoppers are attracted to the great October sale.— Golden Rule. Call at our store room, 322 Pearl street and see the big car load of cab bage.—Traut. Mr. Grant Harris, of Kokomo, is the guest of Miss Mame Mahoney, of 4H Ottowa street. David Maurice has succeeded Louie Wandrie as bartender at J. P. Sebas tlan's sample room. You can not afford to pass ua bj during this great sale and do yourself justice—Golden Rule. Tonight St. George Commandery K. of St. J., will give an exhibition drill at St. Joseph's bazaar. Next Saturday night is Halloween and several parties are being arranged to celebrate the occasion. Odds and ends children's under wear at I8c, worth up to 50c, at our great October sale—Golden Rule. Wanted—An energetic educated man, weekly salary. Call at 4H North street, from 9 to 12 a, m.— L. H, Beeler. If you want a new suit or your clothes cleaned and repaired, call at Wm. Gross', 215 Market street, op poslte po«tofflce. In the paso ten days no fewer than four barns have been burned in the neighborhood of Kokomo, under mysterious circumstances. The Lafayette foot ball team has games scheduled with Logansport, Crawfordsville and Frankfort acd Culver military academy. A certain lady took a "headache powder," the other day, and the stuff came near killing her. She lay un conscious for several hours. Mr. and Mrs. James McGourty, of Huntlngton, are in the city for a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. John W. McGreevy and other relatives. Peru Journal: James McCaffrey and two sisters, of Loeansport, were here over Sunday to attend the christening of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCaffrey's baby boy. John Murphy, a Kenneth quarryman, not the ex-policeman, was arranged beforo the mayor this morn- Ing, on the charge of intoxication.He made many promises and was discharged . Luncheon, or supper as you may call it, for tha tables are well filled with good things, coffee not mleslne, will be served at St. Joseph's bazaar. The ladies invite their many friends. Supper only 10 cents. At a meeting ot Wabash lodge No. 1831, K. of H., last evening the lodge unanimously tendered a vote of thanks to the talent who participated in their entertainment on Monday evening, a week ago. The ladies of Liacnln Circle No. 1 are not! flea to meet at the home Of Mis. Martha G, Fitch, 510 Markel street, on tomorrow, (Wednesday) evening, to attend the W. R. C camp fire at K. of P. hall. The Baldwin club met last evening at Judge IBaldwin's residence. The subject for discussion was "The Truth About Socialism." Judge Baldwin leading. The next meet ing will be held in two weeks at the game place. Mrs. Margaret, wife of William J. Dodd, died at 4:30 this morning at the family residence, No. 1405 High street, ot consumption,aged 65 years The funeral will be held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock from the residence, conducted by Bev. Dr. Putnam. The remains will be shipped to Lafayette, Thursday, on the 10:19 train for burial. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER ANOTHER VICTIM Of That Dangerous Machine, the Corn Shredder. :ra Raber'8 RI«nt Arm Ground Off Searly t» tbe Elbow. Yesterday afternoon while Ira Raber was operating a corn shredder on the Krneger farm, four miles south of the city, his right hand was caught and dragged into th3 machinery. Before the machine could be stopped not only his hand but the arm as well was horribly mutilated half way up to the elbow. Dr. J. W.Stewart, who was called out from the city, found it necessary to amputate the member about four inches below the elbow. Mr. Raber is married and lives in Washington township,Carroll county, FINGERS TORN OFF. Daniel Cree, of Deer Creek township, had two fisgers or his right hand torn off yesterday while shredding rodder. A stalk of corn wrap ped around bis wrist and pulled his hand into the machine. He braced himself and saved his arm. OFFICES SCHBEYEE Will Not Comply With the Edict o toe Board. fli8 Honor as a Citlzon and His Record as a Policeman Disregarded. In another column of the Pharos is a decision of tbe Board of Metropolitan police commissioners in the case of Desk Officer Schreyer, charged with insubordination in refusing to comply with an order of Sergeant Morris to relieve Patrolman Webster who complained of a sprained ankle. Mr. Schreyer telephoned the Pharos, this afternoon, that his record as a policeman and his honor as a citizen prevented him complying with the] edict of the police board: that he would not accept a position as patrolman on the night force. He also said that justice demanded that he either be restored to his old position as clerk officer, or that he be made a patrolman on the day force. Mr. Schreyer served eight ^years as patrolman and leaves the force with an excellent record. AGED TBAMFS. Mary Foley, Ared 89, and Clurles Gibsoi, Aged 85, Siren Lodging iu Jail. Two old tramps, a man and a woman, Mary Foley, aged 89, and Charles Gibson, aged 87, were given lodging, last night, in the county jail. This morning Trustee Johnston provided them each with a ticket to Peru. The old woman said she was en route from Chicago to Fort Wayne, and Gibson was from a point in the west and said that he was anxious to reach St. Clair, Ohio. WORLD'S FAiR.CHICAGO, 1893 IN MASONIC CIKCLE. Another Charming Brent at the Temple Last Evening. Fidelity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Entertain In Handsome Style. Another charming event in local Masonic circles, occurred last evening at the temple. Fidelity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, entertained the grand officers and members of the chapters at Peru, Kokomo, Wabasb, Walton and Young America. The gran/1 officers present were: Mrs. Minnie Conrad, of Warsaw, grand matron; Dr. 0. B. Stevens, of Fort Wayne, grand patron; Mrs. Nellie Kansford, or Indianapolis, grand secretary; W. D. Ingail, of Indianapolis, past grand patron, and past grand patron 0. B. Sargeant, of this city. There were 32 present from Peru chapter, 20 from Kokomo, 40 from Wabash, 15 from Walton and 9 from Young America. The visitors were banqueted at 8 o'clock. They were seated at five tables arranged in the form of a star, tbe grand officers at the center table. Tbe tables were decorates with smilax and cut flowers. The Longclif! hospital orchestra furnished music during the banquet, After the banquet all proceeded to the lodge rooms, when the local lodge gave an exhibition of its proficiency in the work and ritual, the candidate being Victor E. Setter, vice president of the Logansport State bank. The work was highly complimented by the grand officers. At the close of the degree work a ioclal meeting was held in order to afford! the member!! an opportunity to converse with the grand officers. Special Notice. Lorain Council No. 10, Daughters of Liberty, will hold their meeting in line Ben Blur ball Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All members are urged to be present, as there is business of Importance to • be transacted. Uy order of secretary, The Weather. Fair tonight; Wednesday unsettled weather; decidedly cooler Wednesday afternoon and night. SCBAPS OF SEWS Relating to the Rsilro-ls and Their Employes. The Wabash will have its new time card out November 14th. Detective Moore, of the Richmond division of the Panhandle, Is in the city on business. Hi White, of the Panhandle offices, has gone to Plttsbu.-g on business connected with the relief department. Peru Journal: There is talk of a railroad from Rochester to Logansport and Attica, following the old Wabash & Erie canal to the last named place. The Southern railway announces that quarantine restrictions have now been removed, so that passengers can go through freely to New Orleans via Atlanta and -Montgomery. Shipments of baled hay to some of the eastern trunk line terminals have been so heavy of late that agents in the west have been asked to discontinue shipment until the blockade is relieved. The Canadian Paciflc is handling a shipment of 1,500,000 pounds of conned beef from Kansas City for the Japanese army and navy. From Kansas City to St. Paul It, is carried over the Chicago Great Western, and is turned over to the Canadian Pacific. At Hartford City, yesterday, H. E. Randall, a brakeman on the Panhandle "pick-up," was struck by a timber which protruded over a car. His back was badly sprained and he sustained a fracture of the left wrist. He was brought to this city and is under the care of Dr. J. B. Shultz. A Prompt Paying Company. Henry Snyder, administrator of the estate of George B. M. Zimmerman, o' Anoka, Ind., was recently paid $940 life insurance by the Union Central life insurance company, of Cincinnati, through Homer Kessler, assistant general agsnt, the payment bSrng made ten days after proof of Zimmerman's death was flled. Mr. Kessler's agency also recently paid $5,000 matured life insurance to Benj. S. Daokin, of Carroll county, the same amounting to 1375 more than the face ot the policy. Also be has paid three matured policies since July 30th, one to A. J. Ream, of this city, that fun »61.79 over the face of the policy. Those contemplating life Insurance will ,&Q well to consult Mr. Kessler before Insuring. Office over First national bank; uptown office 1118 High street. The Rentz-Santley Company. There was a fairly good attendance at the opera house last night. The gay old bald heads were out in full force. There were just three women in the audience. With the exception of voices (they had none) the performers were up to the standard of that class of attractions, Among the leading specialties were the acrobatic acts of Maud Caswell and Arthur Arnold; a comedy sketch by Khernes and Cole, and a sketch by William St. Clair and Louise Loreno, entitled "A 7/oman of a Few Words." The special scenery was fine. The company went from here to Anderson. Notice. Tne members of the Woman's Christian Temperance union will meet in regular meeting at the Home for the Friendless, on Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. Immediately at the close of the meeting the election of the board of managers of the home will take place. On the same evening at 7 o'clock the board will meet at the home to elect officers. MRS. E. L. GBABLE, Pres. MKS. jEiraiE ROGEBS, Asst, Sec. Yolunteers of America. A special Gospel service will be conducted at the armory this evening at 8 o'clock. Good singing and music. A very interesting lecturei will be delivered by an evangelist, everybody is cordially invited to attend. Admlsslonn free. J. T. Murphy, the lawyer, arreat- ed last night for intoxication, was recommitted tola morning for ten days. -THE GOLDEN RULE.- Annual Autumn Cloak:. Kur and General MeroftandieeSale SALE NOW GOING ON. For the past years we have had cur Annual October Sale, and our many friends and patrons look forward with sincere satisfaction for this grand bargain occasioned well they may,at this year's offering, for many wellknown reasons.The great stock of merchandise that is offered to you comprises more thau double the valued oflers here before. We don't quote you, like others, a tew domestics as a cacch bail; but include our entire B tock, valued at over S100 000.00, which is at your disposal, each and every article at a special sale price. No matter what the article is nor what department it comes from, Every item in each has contributed to this great and mammoth October sale. Such a great bargain c«. nival has never been celebrated within our city. We enumerate a few items out of every department, in . our large poster which will be handed to you at your home. We extend to you a hearty welcome to at- lend this saving sale. SCHMITT & HEINLY. —THE— Very Newest 3£ 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. Boll Dog Coin, Dollar and Half Dollar Toes. Ladies and Children's ROYAL PURPLE the newest colors in very fancy Silk Vesting Tops, making them very attractive. See them. £j Eeyensim & p(llns 403 Broadway. ite AS Snow 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. // you Want lobe in the^Swim You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— Fall Suit Or I Overcoat I He will Pit You When all others fail. 1 District K. of P. Meeting. A meeting of the Knights of Pythias of of the Logansport district will be held at Delphi next Wednesday,. The Wabash will run an 85-cent rate for the round trip and between seventy-five and eighty knights of tbe city will attend, among them George Barron, who Is district deputy grand chancellor. All of the grand officers will be preaent at tne meeting. A Successful Writer. Rev. Shaner, pastor of the English Lutheran church, carried off three of she prizes offered by The Homileltlc :Reriew, a New York theological journal, for the beat letters on original subjects, comprising 150 words and less. He contributed five letters, four of which were printed. The three prizes aggregated 135.50. THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest m town, will gat 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 tailor* can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation hai given u that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b* amazed at the prices we quote. :, Tailor, 409 Market Streat. >»»»»»»»»•»»»»»•»»»»»»»••••••••»•••»«•••»•*•«»•••+;; FALL AND WINTER 1 Goods Nora On Exhibition. ;; I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at prices 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. H OT. GRISMObJD 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. K- GarrolL 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is tbe time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock include* all tbe leading makes. My termi are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n tbe house. The old stand 539 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSHTT Fall Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street EVERY WOMAN iaiMaif BMdi • nlUUu, •wctUy, ncaUtUr mtiUlft. Onlf bavlM (• Uapu<B«infli«bMldWu*d. IfjmvMtihctaM.i** Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills For sale at Ben Fisher'*.

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