Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 29, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 29, 1897
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Blankets, Comforts, . Cloaks, Qloves. Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the new clasp. DO YOU EATEAT? 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 AlumiDite Eubber Plates. JJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy« and Soils Second Hand Goods. GITS UB a call. 30ft 8tb « reet Now Is Your Chance. You can buy yiu a home or p»y offyur »onira*r« by sending M. M. Gordon a buyer Tor Re81 EsCHI'S!, Who will divide ihe com- HENRY GEORGE DEAD Sudden Demise of the York Candidate. New Retired In Apparent Good Health Late .Last Night. mission with > ou, M. M. Gordon, Old Pbono, office 300. residence 189. Spry Block, Fearl Street. Dr Ev S- Hunt, —DENTIST— AUthe latest ilscoverles in medicine an appliances to relieve rain in extraction or nil inft of teetb. Modc.fl methods, modern prices All work (ruanin* jod Office over Juhu G ray's on Fourth iitroet C U Telephone No. S2S. W. J. Barnett, sue.-*™ to a Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director 417 Market.Street Calls attended day or nlgat. The finest outfl' in the U. S. Col. C. L. Woll will remain with me. Office 16. Residence-Mutual 65:C.U. 189. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TOP H. Wipperrnan MM Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance Undertakers — - 3US Market »treet, HoppeUulldlag. Daniel Killian & Co. C»lls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KllUan was for many years foreman lor Chftrlts L. Woll. Telephone 281. DR. C. D. EVIKSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of t Fourth and Market Streets. McConnelUMcConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY FHABOS FRIDAY OCT. 29, 1897. QITY JMRW8 Grapes lOc basket.—Keystone. Plenty lettuce—Rotnermel—Sat. Bob White flour $2.25 per hundred. —M. McCaffrey & Co. MISB Lnla Sohull returned to Burnettsvllle today, after a visit here with relatives. Good yard wide sheeting 2|c yd; itraw ticking 5c yd: all best prints 4Jc yd, at the Golden Rule. Simon J. Carroll and sister, Miss Anna, of Royal Center, are at Nash- Tille attending the exposition. A. rattling success in pleasing people with bargains in shoes.—Willey's ihoe store, Third and Market streets. Conches, lounges, cobbler seat rockers,marqueterie mahogany tables at Cnmmings & Morgan's, corner of Id and Broadway. Secretary Joseph Guthrie, of the Caw county farmers' institute, re - «etved a letter today from Professor Latta, of Purdue university, announcing the date for the next far- men' Institute aa February 4th and «th at Loganiport. Taken 111 at t:30 This Morning and Died at 5 O'clock. A special telegram to the Pharos announces the sudden r"eath in New York City, at five o'clock this morning, of Henry George, candidate of the Jeflersonian Democracy of Greater New York. The cause of death Is given as appoplexy. Mr. George had made several speeches last night at different campaign meetings in New York, returning to tbe Union Square hotel at Pleven o'clock, when he ate a light; supper. He retired immediately thereafter and nothing was beard from him until 3.30, when he called for an attendant, complaining of sufferin from severe pains. He shortly after wards became unconscious, from which condition he did not recover Mr. George was of advanced age but. bad enjoyed good health. H was born in Philadelphia, went California and worked at min ng, from which he drifted int ihe newspaper business, establtshin a paper in San Francisco, wbich h operated several years. , He the went to New York and worked fo some of the big metropolitan papers During the Irish troubles he went t Ireland as a correspondent and wa arrested there. Afterwards he re turned to New York and has sine that time engaged in publishing an authorship. His work on "Progres and Poverty" gave him a world-wld reputation. He was an out and ou free trader, and believed in tb theory of a single tax and that on land. He leaves a wife and severa children. At the time of his death he wa engaged In an exciting campaign fo mayor of Greater New York as the candidate of the Jeffersonian De mocracy on the Chicago platform, in opposition to the Tammany De mocracy. While his election was scarcely expected, he was recognizec as a strong candidate in the fight- ADDITIONAL ITEMS. CHICAGO MlKKfcTS Received Daily by W. W. Miluer, a e. A. K. Building. Chicago, Oct. 29, 1881. Wheat— Dec., opened. 97|@Jc high, 98}c; low, 96|c; closed, Wheat— For May, open, high, 94jc; low, 93£c; closed, 93 fc, Corn— For Dec., opened, 26j@Jc; high, 27c; low, 26Jc; closed at Oats — Dec., opened, 18J@19c; high 19|c; low, lS|@19c; closed, J9^c. Lard — For Dec., opened, 14. 15-17 high, |4.15 17; low, $4.12; closed 14.15-17. Ribs— For Dec., opened, »4.45 high, 14 45; low, «4.40; closed at $4,40. Pork— For Dec, opened, 17.67 high, 17.70; low, $7,45; closed at $7,45. Hogs today, 37,000; left over, «,000; opened 5c lower, closed 5c lower. Cattle— Receipts 3,500; sheep, 14,000. Mixed, f 3. 45@«3 82; heavy, 13.20 @3.80; rough, »3.20@|3,30; light, $3.40@3 82, Dec. wheat— Curb, 96J-|c bid;puts, — ; calls, — . SHUT ODT Was the Delphi Foot Ball Team— The Score Stood 32 to 0. The foot ball game In this city yesterday at the Driving park between the Hall's Business college team and he Delphi High school team resulted disasterously to the latter team . They were outplayed at every >oint, and in the end the score stood 32 to 0. LTKK UP. Following was the line-up of the team: Rollings, c.; Keen, 1. g.; Henry, r. •.; Jackson and Powell, 1. t.;Shafl, .t; Coleman, 1. h. b.; Gordon, r. h. b.; Cragan, q. b.; 'Route, f. q. b.; Jeed, 1. e.; Gimmell, r, e. Harry McSheehy, who is visiting n New York, was taken through the dissecting room of Bellevne hospital medical college by Harry Shultz, of this city, who ia a student at that nstitutlon, and tbe sights he saw made him so sick that he WM soon compelled to go to bed. Dressed ducks and geese—Klnnev- Country butter 17c Ib—Keystone. The net proceeds of the SC. Joseph church bazaar is $825. Ed Manes, the traveling salesman is over from Indianapolis. 25 cent handkerchiefs 12 cents tomorrow at the Bee Hive. No. 8 wash boiler 25c tomorrow only.—M. McCaffrey & Co. See our nobby styles In plain toe shoes. —Maiben, 412 Broadway. Extra quality fleece-lined underwear only 50c at \Vill Murdock's. Special prices on cabbage, just received a car load.-M.McCaffrey & Co. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th St. Furs, furs' Fur collarettes at a saving ot 25 per cent tomorrow.— Trade Palace. Oliver P. Kistler, ot Cincinnati, has removed to Royal Center to reside permanently. Just, think, fancy potatoes 53c bu., best flour 12.35, 3 Ibs coffee 25c, tomorrow atFoley's. Men's all wool shirts and drawers, quality, 69c, tomorrow only—Chicago Bargain Str\re. A few collarettes 10 by 75 inches, what others call martin, for 19,50 tomorrow at the Bee Hive. Come, look, be pleased with a bargain at Willey's cash shoe store. Third and Market streets. You run no risk when you give Mr. Sheets your fur order, tomorrow in the annex.—The Bee Hive. The Misses Watson, of Bedford, Ind., are guests of their sister, Mrs. Dr. Joseph Rogers, at Longcliff. John Hildebrandt,deputy fish commissioner, went to Warsaw today ti look up some violators of the law. Tomorrow, 2qt. granite coffee po 25c; Dover egg beater 7c; alarm clock 79c; glass berry set 25c.—Trad Palace. „ A tight roll umbrella is very nea and can be used as a cane. De wenter, the hatter, has them in al grades. Mr. and Mrs. David Terrell, of Royal Center, have returned from Oar 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. Department of Pen Art Hall's Business College has engasred Mr. Andrew Frederick to takn charge of the Penmanship classes. His time will be devoted exclusively to this line of rork. Lojransport needs a First Class School of Pen Art, and we take pleasure in announcing that we are DOW prepared to Rive the very bef t in- itruction that can be had. Mr. Frederick Is a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. Columbus, 0 , and was an irstructor in that school until engaged by Hall's Business Col- ege. C. F. MOORE, Pres. Hall's Business College, Second and Third floor, Keystone Building, Loginsport, Ind. 31 ty and week's visit at Marlon, Gas Kokomo. Eev, and Mrs. C. A, Knight and Fred Knight, of Boyal Center, at tended a family reunion at Fort Wayne this week. Bargains—7-foot window shades with spring rollers only 12Jc; gooc floor oil cloth 15c yard, at tbe great October sale.—Golden Kule. Frank Cunningham's residence in Jetferstm township was destroyed by fire last Wednesday. A defective flue was the cause of the fire. H. C. Willey is closing out the Aaron Greensfelder stock of shoes at Third and Market stieet.He has some very tempting bargains displayed Architect Crain has prepared plans for new residence? for Henry Jox and Leonard Wecht, to be built at once on North street, between 22d and 23d streets. 200 children's fine merino vests and drawers, worth 30c, 17c; 150 children's union suits, 24c; 500 ladies drawers, 50c; 75c grade, 24c.—Chi- cago Bargrin Store. We have sold twice as much underwear this week as all other stores ombined. It's the cheap prices which are making the sales so great at the Golden Rule. Tbe 2-year-old son of John Gugle, r., of Jefferson township; fell from a second story window, a distance of about 14 feet, and sustained a racture of the left leg. Ex-Judge Jolin C. Suit, of Frank- ort, is dead, He was prominent as an attorney. He also had held prominent positions in the state lodges Cnights of Pythias and Ked Men. William McCauley, a former resl- ent of Koyal Center, who has been iving in Dakota for the past seven- een years, has returned. He will Ive on a farm In Harrison township. The condition of Miss Laura Bopp, he young woman who was shot a few eeks ago by her jealous lover, John Ward, is now able to sit up, and opes are entertained of her complete ecovery. Eev. W. S. Stew&rt, of the Market treet M. E. church,officiated at the •edding atNorth<Manchester,Thurs- ay, of Miss Narre Arnold to Schuyer A. Haas, a prominent young at- orney of Indianapolis. Two small boys named Neville and inn, caught last nigut in the act of Baling a ride on a street car, were aken to police quarters. The mayor ave them a lecture, and, after ex- cting a promise of future good be- avlor, discharged them. Mesdames Ellen M. Portens, Lizzie Matchett and L. B- Warner, dele- ates to the Women's Belief Corps, eld In this city, have returned to heir homes at ?o*Ur, Ind. While ere they were the puests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wlnsch, of Eace itreet. Harry Jones and a companion amed McCune, both, of whom were arrested for trespassing at the opera oufie, were acquitted! this morning y Mayor McKee. It was shown that bey were employed at the theatre., Their defense was conducted by Geo. P. Chase. H. B. Kennedy, of this city, has opened a fish and game market at Peru. Ex-County Becorder Henry Hubler, Of Young America, has an attack of fever. There are now seventy-two producing wells In the Peru oil field and seven dry holes. New fur garments or repairs is what Mr. Sheets is noted for tomorrow at the Bee Hive. Mrs. Emma Clevinger, of Parker. is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Lyoas, for a 'ewdsys. James Franklin,of Young America, whose house was recently destroyed by fire is erecting a new dwelling. Mr, and Mrs. John M. Traut, of Burlington tuwnship, Carroll county, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Thursday. Miss Maude Berry, of Reynolds, who bas been visiting relatives and friends in the city for a few days, returned home yesterday. Tbe Miami County Record states that a perceptible pall is settling down on the oil field, and many oil experts are expressing the opinion that nothing but an oil pool exists at Peru, There was a telephone meeting held at Young America last Monday and 8200 in stock was subscribed. Tbe line will run from Young America nortn toward Logansport to Deer Creek. The state board of health is informed that diphtheria Is appearing in many places in the state. The counties of Rlpley, Fountain, Grant and Johnson have asked the board for advice. A Loeansport girl, whose gentleman friend was slow to pop the question, adopted a unique way 'of bracing him up. She sent him hrough the mails parcels of sand. A man who can't take the cue from his doesn't deserve the smiles of a )retty girl and ought to be doomed eternal bachelorhood. The new garnisbee law has again been held unconstitutional, this time at Evansvllle. Tbe court held that the law was in conflict with the state ;onstitution. Leading lawyers of the tate have expressed the same opinion. The state constitution declares that every single man is entitled to a reasonable exemption. FASTIDIOUS MEN; arealwayi wel1 groomed and] well' dressed. They start right by having tbelr clotbiog- made by a first olaM tailor, from the latest ntjles 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 painsjto please, as we do. Tailor and Draper, Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St, THE CROOKS' WELL Wilt be the Next Oae to Probe Earth's Interior. the We know Cleveland's is tlie best baking powder made. We know if you once try it you -will use it rigl.t along. That is why we give the following Guarantee* Orootn ara «utk*tiMd to fir* twek roar mon«r U y«m d» MC &•« CtoTel«nd'» tli* »OTt t-"— pgmUryon bar* »r*r «wd. Contract Let, Site Located, Derrick Belngr Erected and Work to Begin Nest Week. The contract for drilling the well on the Crooks farm, In Adams township, has been let. Most of the timber is on the ground and the work of erecting a derrick is well under way. It is expected that th-j drill will be in motion next Tuesday. Judging by what Mr. Croofc told us today the prospects for finding oil are good. He tells It thus: "When the local stockholders had gathered about to locate a ite for the well, some one wished that a rabbit's foot might be found as an omen of good luck. The matter was talked over a good deal and just about the time the place had been decided upon, a dog n the adjoining field was seen running in full speed in hot pursuit of a raboit. All of a sudden the dog turned several somersaults and ooe of the men exclaimed in an exultant way: 'He's got the rabbit.' So he jad and some ooe of the stockholtlers now carries the right bind foot of the bunny in his vest pocket. The ncident is looked upon as a sure sign :hat oil will Oe found In the Crook's well." _ . MARION LODGE OF ELKS Had no Authority to Initiate Fighter Fitzsluimoiig. Quite a stir was caused among the members of Logansport lodge of Iks yesterday bv specials in the metropolitan papers containing- the innouncementi that Marion lodge lad dared, without authority, and in !lrer,t violation of law, to confer the .egrees upon a prize fighter, in ihe leraon of Bob Fitzsimmons. Toda/ he announcement IB made that Dls- rict Deputy A. B. Armstrong, or iokomo, had notified Marion lodge hat he would visit that city today nd make a formal demand for the mmediate expulsion of FltzMmmona. f the order is disregarded Mr. Armstrong will declare forfeit the charter of the lodge,and Grand Exalted Ruler Detwiler will be called on to sustain the action. Tbe action of Marion lodge was Illegal for two reasons. First, It is against the principles and rules of the order to admit people of this character, and, second, that the lodge had no jurisdiction, the applicant being a nonresident of the place. Before initiating FltzsimmonB the officers of Marion lodge telegraphed District Deputy Armstrong, askicp'jis consent. Mr. Armstrong ansvjred that under no condition she did the Marion Elks admit him. Reasonable Prices. Tlie most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that for Price, Style and Fit Cannot be beaten. His Stock of NEW AND STYLISH FABRICS For Fall arid Winter, Up-to- date and includes everything desirable. Call and inspect. W. D CRAIG, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee's. THE SHINING LIGHT —The New- Wheeler & Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent. The Ko Meeting Place Fixed. The Woman's Belief corpa convention which met here this week, did not fix the next place of meeting, for the reason that tbe state has been recently redistricted. The actual number of delegates present was sixty-three, but the convention was particularly fortunate in the attendance of prominent state and district officials. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: President, Mrs. Jesnle Sberwin, of Rustiaville; delegate to fee national convention at Cincinnati next August, Mrs. Maria Schlater, of Logansport. The camp fire which closed the convention was a great success. Funeral of Joseph Knowles. The funeral of Joseph Knowles, father of Mrs. J ohn Deboo, of Noble township, who was killed on the- Panhandle trestle Wednesday afternoon, was held at 2 p. m. today from Shiloh church. Interment was made in the cemetery near the church. The verdict of Coronor Busjahn exonerates the trainmen from any blame. Notice To all creditors, I will pay no more debits contracted by ICsrj E.Bettcher. FBKDMKKX J. BKFTCHMK. Wanted—Young lady or man of nest appearance. Salary 10 per week. AddroN, J. P. Davit, Loganiport. PREMIUM WINKERS, Earned by Enilnemen Daring the Xonth of September. September coal examiner's sheet for the Chicago division of the Panhandle was posted today. It contains a, list of premiums earned by enginemen and firemen to the amount of*240. Ic is understood that John Truman heads the list of passenger engineers with 15.75 and D. H. Morehart, foi passenger fireman with 6 15. RAILROAD iDEWS. Thomas Lowry, of Walton, has accepted a position on tbe Panhandle as brakeman, running from Chicago to Bradford. W. C. Arp, moti ve power superintendent of tbe Vandalia, Is unable to get relief from rheumatism and will go to Hot Springs. Chief Clerk Hi White of the trainmaster's office has returned from Cleveland, where he was ID attend* ance at a meeting of tbe advisory board of the voluntary relief department. The work of laying rails on the Interurban road, between Anderson and Alexandria, has begun. Sixty car loads of.rails are now on tbe side tracks. Tbe road will positively be in operation not later than Dec. 1, Barer Chappelaer. Mr. William Raver and Miss Jessie Cbappelaer were united In marriage Wednesday at the borne of the bride's parents in Bunker Hill. Mr. Raver is the well-known street car motorman here. Mr. and Mrs. Baver were given a reception In thli city last evening, the street railway employes being among the guests. NOTICE OF ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Notice i» hereby given, that I, the undersigned trustee, under a deed of assignment, all tbe goods, wares and merchandise of Edwin M. Waldeo, will offer for sale at public auction at the law office of Frank M. Kistlcr, on Fourth street, In the city of LogBD*port, Indiana, on the 6th day of November, 1897, between the hours of 1 o'cloek p. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. of said day; the whole and entire stock of goods, wares and merchandise of Edwin M. Walden, assigned to m« for the benefit of his creditors, consisting of a stock of boot*, shoe*, rubbers, rubber goods, felt*, legffa* and such goods as are generally kept in a first-class shoe store, and all the fixtures belonging to said store, which is located on tbe ground floor of the building known as No. 315 Fourth street, Logansport, Indiana. The parchaaer to pay one-third (J) caah, ona-thlrd (J) in sixty (60) days and on*>thlrd (}) in one hundred and twenty (1*0) day a, and for tbe deferred payment* will give security to tbe approval of tb* trustee. Dated thlt J5tb day of Oetobar, 1881. FaAKI M. K«TLB» tn»**.

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