Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 27, 1897 · Page 26
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DAILYPHAEOS WEDNESDAY. OUT. 27, 1897._ GITYNRWS. Rolled oats 5c pkg.—Trsut. Claret wine 65c a jug.—Foley. Chas. Beam is visiting relatives at Marlon. The bargain trading center is the Golden Rule. Choice bell flower apples, 25 and 35c pk.—Foley. Daniel Miles, of Plymouth, was in the city yesterday. Bargains for everybody at the great October bargain sale—Golden Kule. Tomorrow we sell you a 2 Ib. package of best rolled oats for 5c—Traut. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Newhouse, of Wabash, are visiting in the city. Thos. Brown, of the Southslde, has returned from a week's visit at Delphi. M G. Fitzgerald, the attorney, or Anderson, Is in the city visiting friends. Miss Cory Brown, of Franktort,_is in the city visiting relatives for a few days. Good Templars' social this evening at the home of 3. B. Stanley, on Bringhurat street. Mr and Mri. A. Cbamness, of Elwood, are guests of their daughter, THE WABASH Tne Sod Will Not Purchase Twenty- five Locomotives, Mrs. W. E. McGouley. Miss Nettie Lux, of Eel Elver of avenue, will entertain a company friends Saturday evening. A lot of fine chickens were stolen, Monday night, from the farm of Mrs. Enyart, in Clay township. Frankfort Crescent;: Geo. Brown ias returned from a few days' visit with relatives at Logansport. One of Elliott & Hatch's book typewriters is being given a thirty days' trial by County Clerk Flynn. Good yard muslins 2Jo a yard. Amoskeag check ginghams 4|c a yard at the autumn sale—Golden Rule. Gecrge McMlllen, receiver, has filed a suit against William and Lewis DeHaven to collect a note for $150. If you want a new suit or your clothes cleaned and repaired, call at Wm. Gross', 215 Market street, opposite po^tofflce. EditorE J. Stelnbach, of the Kentland Democrat, was in the city a few hours today, en route home from South Bend. Mrs. H, M. Wood, who has been sick for some time at her home in Walton, died Monday mornl.ng. The funeral was held today. Idavllle Observer: Mr. S. M. Montgomery and wifp are visiting their daughter. Mrs. Jas. Horn, of near Logansport, this week. E. D. Mahoney, deputy sheriff of Carroll county, Is in the city attending the wedding of bis sister, Miss Ellen Mahoney, to Mr. Howard Hlnkle. Miss Blanche Cool, daughter of Thomas Cool, formerly yard master for the Vandalla here, died last night of consumption, at her home in South Bend. Nathanlal Umberger, an old man recently declared of unsound mind, was committed to Longcliff hospital yesterday by Sheriff Homburg. Mr. TJmbarger resided at Walton. It's wonderful what business a hustling trading house can do. A peep In the Golden Rule the last few days would make you think good times are here again. It's the bargains that's attracting the crowds. There will be a Sunday school and church rally at the Ninth street Christian church next Sunday. A social will also be held at the church Friday evening. All members of the church and Sunday school, are invited. The funeral of the late Mrs. Wm. J. Dodd will be held tomorrow morn- Ing at 9 o'clock from the residence, 1405 High street, conducted by Rev. Dr. Putnam. The remains will be shipped to Lafayette on the 10:19 train for burial. Owen Murphy, night baggageman at the Pennsylvania station, received word last evening that his slstei, Mrs. James Blackburn, residing at Dixon, Ills,, had been burned to death. Mr. Murphy left this morning for that point. The funeral will be held tomorrow. Bat Instead Will B«Ud Some at Their Own Shops. General JUnarer Loree and General Superintendent Miller on an Inspection Trip—Kail- road News. The Wabash management has for the present given up the idea of purchasing twenty-five new engines on which it asked bids. Some will be built at their own shops, as usual every year, and those built at their shops under the plans and specifications of Superintendent of Motive Power Barnes have proven to be very superior locomotives. INSPECTION TRIP. John F. Miller, general superintendent of the f ennsylvanla's Southwestern system, is this week, with Greneral Manager Loree, inspecting the lines In the Northwestern system of the Pennsylvania. RAILROAD NEWS. Trainmaster Burke, of the Van dalia, is at Springfield, Mo, on bus! ness. John Hale, an engineer on tht Wa bash, last week completed his fiftieth year in the railroad service. He has been on the Wabash forty-two years. Panhandle train No. 21 is now hauled daily between Pittsburg and Columbus by two class P locomotives ao heavy Is the train and so fast its time. The large engines of the Van dalia are now hauling from forty to forty-five loaded cars to the train between Terre Haute and Indlanapo 11s, and they are proving of great benefit to the Vandalla in an economical way in the handling of trains. W. 0. Arp, superintendent of motive power of the Vandalia lines, who has been confined to the house for eight weeks with rheumatic troubles, was able yesterday to visit his office for a short time. He is arranging his affairs to spend a month at Hot Springs, Ark. Indianapolis Journal: It is said that within a few months the track of the Panhandle lines between Bradford and Chicago will be the oest on the Pennsylvania lines west. especially between Logansport and ihlcago,"ll7 miles, the track is being brought to the highest standard. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Columbus and Pittsburg business all passes over that piece of track, making the traffic very heavy. The Other Man Got It. There is a postoffice war of extermination at the thriving little town of Onward, in Tlpton township, and Congressman Steele's scalp- lock may be twisted before the thing is over.' Agent Burris, of the Panhandle, wanted to succeed Post master Conn, and he secured the every Re- township to his petition. Steele promised him the place and the other day he appointed another man. Mr. Burris Three Splendid T«ong: Conples Held to His Controlling Influence. Cupid, that mythical little archer, gave old Doc Hymen a rush of business today. HOTKLE-MAHOXEY. At the St. Vincent de Paul parochial resldence.at 3:30 this afternoon, Miss Ellen Mahoney, daughter of Mr. Michael Mahoney, a leading farmer of Carroll county, and sister of Attorney M. F. Mahoney, of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Howard D. Hinkle, a well-known The HYMEN, of Matrimony Supreme. Reigns THE GOLDEN RULE. Annual Autumn Kur and General Merchandise Sale- SALE NOW GOING ON. For the past years we have had our Annual October Sale, and cur many friends and patrons look forward with sincere satisfaction for this grand bargain occasion.And well they may,at this year g offering, for many wellknown reasons.The great stock of merchandise that is offered to you comprises more than _ .. * , „ , i. _.c° w« ^/vn't- r,!i,-vto T7nn lire others, a few domestics as a catch bait. double'the valued ofiers here before. We don't quote you like others, a few domestics as a cateh but include our entire.tock. valued, at over $100.000.00, which ^^at^your^disposa^ch^nd signatures of about publican voter in the felt very much aggrieved at Steele's course In the matter and he wrote him a letter of inquiry. Steele replied that he shad heard that Burris had been talking for free silver and that no free sliver man could get an appointment through him. Mr. Bnrris traced the rumor down to find out that some man at Bunker Hill had told Steele that he was for free sliver. Mr. Burris is an old soldier and his petition was signed by eleven of his comrades. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO,l893 A Busy Man. A busy man is Benjamin Chilcott. "Things are looking up," said he to a Pnaros reporter today. "In what way?" was the question asked of him. "Oh, there's plenty of work, I have more then 1 can do." "What is your business?" "Carpenter, plumber, steamfitter; in fact I can do most anything, and always have seven or eight jobs ahead." The above conversation occurred at abut 8 o'clock this morning while Benjamin, dinner bucket in hand, was en route to work and the reporter neglected to ask him whether he was employed by the day, week or meal. carpenter and contractor. ceremony was performed by Rev. M, E. Campion, and was witnessed only by the relatives of the contracting parties- After the ceremony the wedding party proceeded to the home of the groom's mother, on Burlington avenue, and enjoyed an elaborate supper. Mr. and Mrs. Hinkle will at once take up their residence there. There was a large list of presents. They are estimable young people,and the Pharos joins with their many friends in extending-congratulations. SHEPHBRD-GALLAOHER. The marriage of Mr. McClellan Shepherd, a popular traveling salesman, who was at one time employed as floor walker at the Trade Palace dry goods house, and Miss Mary J. Gallagher, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher, who has a host of admiring friends, occurred at 10 o'clock this morning at Si. Vincent de Paul parochial residence, Very Rev. M. E. Campion officiating. Only the relatives of the couple were present at the wedding. Dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Shepherd were the recipients of many beautiful presents. Mrs. Shepherd will accompany her husband on a thirty days' business trip. They will -nake their home with the bride's parents. Mrs. Shepherd was one of the leading clerks at the Trade Palace. Happy days and many of them. DAVENPORT-MURPHY, Another popular young couple, Mr. Harry Davenport and Miss Mary A. Murphy, were united in marrUge today. The ceremony occurred at 9 o'clock this morning at St. Vincent de Paul church, Very Rev. M. E. Campion officiating, and was witnessed by the relatives and a large number of friends of the couple. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy, of No. 1810 George street. The groom was employed for a number of years in the Logansport fire department, and was one of the best men in the service. He is now a traveling salesman, and is meeting with well deserved success. A wedding dinner was served and reception held at the home of the bride's parents, where the couple will reside. The list of presents was extensive. May they meet with no adverse currents in the sea of matrimony, is the wish of the Pharos. BLiKEB IS XBOCBLE. Charged With Intoxication and Starting a Rough House. Harvey Blaker, the well-known painter, was arrested last night by Officer Skelton upon an affidavit sworn out by his wife, charging him with intoxication, It appears from the, statements of the police that Harvey would fill his tank with booze of various ' kinds and when loaded down ha would go home and start a rough house. Numerous times he has acted thusly, and his wife becoming tired of the fan Harvey was wont to Indulge |in, did as stated above. He pleaded uot before the mayor and his trial was set for 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. but include our enure &LUCK, vaiu^u. «« •» .', . i ^ j » ^ •». every article at a special sale price. No matter what the article is nor what department it . _ . . _ Eve7y item in eachhas contributed to this great and mammoth October sale. Such a grea bargain carnival has neyer been celebrated within our city. We enumerate a few items out of every department in nival has never been celebrated within our city. ., v, ~——----—" rf , our large poster which will be handed to you at your home. We extend to you a hearty welcome to tend this saving sale. SCHMITT & HEINLY. —THE— Very Newest & 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 KOYAL PURPLE the newest colors in very fancy Silk Vesting Tops, making them very attractive. See them. { ffievenson 403 Broadway. THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest in town, will get equal satisfaction in the fit of hit clothes if our tape lino has been around him. We have a sort of pride in fitting men that other tallon can't please. It's the know-bow that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M that. Come in and look over oar stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b* amaced at the prices we quote, J. HE1R.Z, Tailor, 409 Market Street. FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exxtiibition. ; 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, RadUtow, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. J. GRISMOttD 312 Market Street. »»»»»•»•»»««•»»»•»»»»•»»•»*»»««••••»•*»•**•*•* Is your linen -when it comes home from Marshall's Latmdry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-date Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and in act anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. John F"- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, Canton Attention. A" special session of Canton Logansport No. 19, I. O. O. F. at S o'clock this p. m., to take action upon an invitation received. A full attendance is desired. J. D. ALLIKOS, Capt- Xotlce. Zimmerman & Sheu, the meat market dealers, have dissolved partnership, Sheu retiring. Mr. Zimmerman will collect and pay all bifli for the firm. If You Want lo be in thelSwim, Halloween Near at Hand. Preparations for the jubilation of Halloween are under way. The number of happy parties and jolly gatherings being arranged indicates that Friday night will be a date prolific of an unusual amount of social festivity. While the lads and lassies will have gay parties and enjoy trying their fortunes, there will, of course, be the usual number of bad boys out late that night and gates, slgni, buggies and such things will be missing the neit day. Notice. The following members of the Democratic-Republican drum corps are hereby notified to meet at the council chamber tomorrow evening to complete arrangements for the Elks' parade: J. Howe, Chris Lawson, Roy Case, H. Koontz, R. Dfinbo, A. Palmer, A. Routh, M. Jordan, W. Buckaman, P.Cragan, M. Berry, L. Beaica, R. Burndt, Frank Williams, C. Ward, Nelson.— J. E. McMillen, musical director. The wheat fields begin to show quite a bit of green. The fresh wheat shoot* stand up In proud shape. You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— Fall Suit Or Overcoat I < He will Pit You When all others fail. Notice. Charity Division No. 4, Ladies Auxiliary to the B. of L. E., having moved Into the elegant new hal recently fitted up by the Tribe of Ben Hur, on the third floor of Dr. Bell's building, corner Pearl an<! Wall streets, will hold their first meeting in their new quarters tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., when it I hoped a good attendance is given, ai there is business of importance to be transacted. By order of Mrs. John Truman, president. I» it True? Eeports have it that a hindsome young lawyer of Logmnaport and a dashing young widow of Terr Haute are to be married Chrlstmai day. Iftblibe true miygood luck attend tarn. The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself witb 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 n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R. B WHITSRTT And; dll Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street Wh*n \m 4««M wbu tqmtim Ktrrvat Debility. LOM of For Sale at Ben

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