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October 28, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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Jojv W. J Bernett, 3u<x » MOr M c - L - WoUt Undertaker, Embahner and Funeral Director. , «17M»rket street Caliiattended day ornJIgnt. i The finest outfl. In the U. S. Col. C. L. "Oil, Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the new clasp. DOMAT1EAT? Of course you do and you can buy the choicest cuts oi Wm. Rowe. Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247. E. H. GRACE. D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. will remain with me. Office 16. Besldenoe-Mutual, 65: a rr. tea. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F'H. Wipperman, *6 Fourth Street Opp. Court HOUHS Entrance. Undertakers 303 Market street, HoppeBulldtng . Daniel Killian & Co. CallB promptly Wit ended to, day or night. Mr. KIIIUD was for many years foreman for Cbarh a L. Woll. Telephone 281. DB. C. I). EVEKSOLE'S DECTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug store. Corner of, Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call nlow Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1&97. •gANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buyi and Sell* Second Hand Goods. <MT«,u«*oalI. 209 6th street Now Is Your Chance. Toucan buy-you a home or pny off y<mr •orWJrebylehdinirM. M.Gordon a buyer forKealEdWte. Who will divide the com- million with > ou, M. M. Gordon, 8prjr $S2'&we.. Old Phone, .office 306, residence 189. Dr EL- ©• ti-tint,, —DENTIST— All the latest liscovories In medicine and appliances to relieve painto extraction or filling of teeth. Modern methods, modern prices, C t! Telephone No. 338. on Fourth street. OITY NB.WS H. C. Wllley, the boot and shoe dealer, was at Toledo, yesterday on buslneia. All the city schools will observe Arbor day tomorrow with appropriate exercises. Now IB the accepted time, buy your winter underwear of Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Couches, lounges, cobbler seat rockers,marqueterie mahogany tables at Cummings & Morgan's, corner of 3d and Broadway. Attend the old-fashioned social Friday night, at Mrs. Taylor's, corner Tenth and Market, given by the members of the Pleasure and Profit club of the Broadway M. E. church. The Wabash Bridge company has completed the work of putting in an iron stairway in the new Elliott building, on Broadway. The work was done under the supervision of George Kline of Wabash. fiiTHEK SENSATIONAL. 1 Babe Is Kidnapped in Pntakl Gout; bj Its father, Who wa'lrretted In Lo^ajwport Last i_ Evenim*—The CMC will be Heard Monday. A man named Charles M, Drushell, of Headlee, Pulaski county, was arrested in Logansport last evening, upon the charge of kidnapping his 4- months-old eon. Drusbell's arrest wa§ made on a telephone message from his wife, seat In from Royal Center. Mrs. Druabell and the child will be detained at the snarlff's residence until Monday, when the case will be heard in the circuit court. Drusball was discharged from jail and will remain at liberty unless he does something rash. It is a case of family trouble, and of course there are two sides to be heard. The couple were married a little over a year ago, and according to MM. Drushell's story, they had lived in harmony until Friday, wnen there was a quarrel, and on Monday her husband kidnapped their child. She traced them to Boyal Center, thence to Logansport, and the rest is known. About 5 o'clock last evening, Drushall appeared at Eli Greensfelder's store, on Market street, and requested David Clymer, sr., to hold the babe for a few minutes while he attended to some business. Mr. Clymer did as requested, and in a few minutes reappeared and then asked Mr. Clymer to accompany him to the Wabash depot, but the latter refused to comply with the request. It is said that after giving the babe into the keeping of Mr. Clymer, Drushall visited one of the disreputable resorts on Third street. The action of the court was on habeas corpus proceedings instituted by Mrs. Drushall. ADPITI01UL ITEMS Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th st. Pot your hands In a pair of onr gloves and know that they are good. —Dewenter the batter and furnisher. Profession*! piano tnner, C. C. Polk, is in the city for a diT or two with headquarters at Hank's jewelry store. Wanted—An energetic educated man, weekly salary. Call- at 414 North street, from 9 to 12 a. m.— L. H, Beeler. Lux £ Tal'bott have thirty-five men at work at Beynolds. They have a contract to p'it in three quarters of a mile of macadam street, together with the gutters and curbing. They are also bidders for a job at Frankfort in which the specifications require that they pay »1,50 per day for labor; said laborers to be citizens of Frankfort TheJ. T. Elliott wholesale grocery company Is moving its office fixtures from the Smith building into the new quarters in the Elliott build- Ing, across the street. Chrysantnemnm Show Excursion to Indianapolis tia Pennsylvania Lines. Nov. 3d and 4th, low rate excursion tickets will be sold to Indianapolis from Logansport and intermediate ticket stations on Pennsylvania lines for the annual Chrysanthemum show; return coupons valid Sunday, Nov. 7, New effects in colored shirts and stylish neckwear.—Dewenter the batter and furnisher. Tailor and Draper, 'arealways well groomed, and. dreeaed. They start right by hating their clotMng made by a first olaas tailor, from the latest styles in handsome fabrics, well-fitted and elegantly finished. There is no one in Logansport that can do this to suit the most exquisite tastes or that take* the patnsjto please, as we do. Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St, T2S "I wish to say that I use and recommend one, and only one, baking powder, and that is Cleveland's." .. MARION HARLAND, Author " Common Seniein tt» Household." Guarantee* Grocers are authorized to jflv« back your money if you do not find Cleveland's the best baklajr powder you have evei' used. Cleveland Baking Powder C«., N.Y. ^ .. . — , ^ <TnrifirJUUX-iViii''fVi Pioneer Citizen Dead. Thornton H. Burley, a pioneer citizen of Cass county, died, Tuesday, at the home of his son, Joseph Burley, in White county. The remains were brought to Logansport yesterday, and the funeral occurred this afternoon from the residence ol! his grandson, Willard Hurley, in Noble township. Interment was made in the Book waiter cemetery. The deceased was 96 years of asje and settled in Carroll county, on the farm from which he was burled, in 1844- flls-wife died in 1865. He leaves two sons and three daughters. His daughters are: Mrs. Hildebrandt, of Delphi; Mrs- Shideler, of Missouri, and Mrs. Fonst, of Kansas. His sons are: Joseph Burley, of White county,a former well-known carpenter of this city, and Thornton Burley, of Kansas. The Trestle Fatality. Joseph Knowles, the old man killed yesterday on .a trestle on the Chicago bill by Panhandle passenger train No. 20, was the.fathur of Mrs. Joha Deboo of Noble township. The funeral will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow from the Shiloh church, la Noble township. The wife of the deceased died three years ago. The deceased will be remembered a« a peddler of tea about the city. He kept a retail store, for a time, on Sixth street, and made a house-to-house canvass. His son-in-law, Mr. Deboo, conducted a blacksmith shop for a number of years in the city, in uhe alley oack of the old-Larimore House, on North street- CHICAGO M1RKKTS Received Daily by W. W. Mllncr, at ft. A. R. Building. Chicago, Oct. 28, 1891. Wheat— Dec., opened. -95t@|c; high, 97Jc; low, 95Jc; closed, 97}c. Wheat—For May, open t 92J@92ic; high, 9lc; low, 92£c; closed, 94c, Corn—For Dec., opened, 26c; high, 26fc; low, 25{@26c; closed at 26Hc. Oats—Dec.,- opened, 18|c: high, 19c; low, 18i@|c; closed, J8fc. Rye—Dec., opened, 48J-c; high,. 4S£c; low. 48ic; closed, 48ic. Lard—For Deo., opened, «4 25: high, $4.22; low, i4.25; closed, 14.22. Ribs—For Dec., opened, $4.47; high, 14.50; low, 14.47; closed at $4,47. Hogs today, 38,000; left over, 3,000; estimated for tomorrow, 28,000. Market opened steady at yesterday's close; closed steady. Mixed, |3.50@I3 87; heavy, 13.30 @3.65; rough, »3,25@I3.35; lljfht, |3.50@3.90. Cattle—Receipts 9,000; sheep, 15,000. Dec. wheat—Curb, 97$c bid; puts, 95|-c;o alls, 99Jc@ll.00. The Logansport Construction company has completed the iron stair- j way and fire escapes in the Elliott' wholesale house. I The Best Place to Lire. "For my part." said Colonel R. G. Ingersoli the other day, "I envy the man who has lived on the same broad acres from his boyhood, who cultivates the fields where ID youth he played, and lives wbere bis father lived and died. I can imagine no sweeter way to end one's life than In the quiet of the country, out o! the mad race for money, place and power." - = THE LOQANSPORT - Commercial = High = School. BE OPENED Monday, November i, 1897. and Prof. J. W. Hooke By Prof M. W. Murphy Formerly of Hall's Business College. It will occupy the Third Floor of the Magee Block on Fourth Street, between Broadway n^ Market It will be what the masses consider the Model High School. Do not class it with the average Business College. They t narrow They do not furnish their graduates with a sufficient foundation to enable them to make proper use of the few cut and dried theories they have gathered from some OUT OF DATE text on Bookkeeping. Our courses of study are sanchoned by the Thinking Class and h.ghly approved of, by the leading educators and business men of the country. They are as follows: Preparatory or English, Commercial, Bliorttiand&Typewrltiriy, Complete, Pen Art A FEW STUBBORN FACTS: 1-We use the Sadler and Rowe system of Bookkeeping. Actual Business from the start. The most UP-TO-DATE system PU 1 2-! We employ no young and inexperienced teachers. -a.. «. -•, > f , 3-We'deal honestly with everyone.We will not tolerate misrepresentation. We make no promises that we cannot or will notiul 4--When students furnish satisfactory evidence oi scholarship and character, we grant them diplomas. 5--We are not strangers. We have been tried and tested right in your midst. What we guarantee: A* thorough course, reasonable terms and fair and honest treatment to all. / "•'"-.--* Gome and See Us Or Address t* . ., . LOGANSPORT COMMERCIAL HIGH '; • , "^^^^^ • i - ..--. T. '••*••. T~" - - —-.,-. , .. ^ *...