Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 30, 1897
Page 24
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OAILYJPHAHOS SATURDAY, GOT, so, ISQT. be at of OITY MRWS. Cal. hams 5Jc In—Traut. Large bunch celery 5c—Traut. Fancy grapes 9c basket—McCaffrey New things in China and cat glass at Ben Martin's. Jno. R. Hall of the Barnett bar, Is In Grand Rapids. - Miss Edith LeCtel is reported sick with typhoid fever. Henry Thornton, jr., of Philadelphia, Is In the city. Two cars potatoes now on track- Prlca, 55c bushel—McCaffrey. Ac excellent |new story will commenced in Monday's Pharos. Miss Daisy Ouster Is very sick her home ontforth and Third streets Special prices on cabbage. Bring us your orders Monday.—McCaffrey See the gems in gents' ties and un derwear this evening.—Golden Rule Attorney Murphy has arranged matters and now enjoys his liberty again. Miss Edith Leffel, of west Wabash avenue, is very sick with typhoid fever. Miss Pearl Jordan has accepted tempoiary position in the office Judge Wlnfleld. Miss Elizabeth Homberg of Wlp perman's office has been taking a week's vacation. L W. Smith has again started his mill at Twelve Mile. C. H. Black of Roann is in barge. We sold a wagon load of'celery to day. We got another wagon load for tonight's trade—Traut. Chestnuts, pineapples, pears, figs, oranges, dates, stuffed prunes, bell flower and sweet apples, in fact every thing, at Foley's. Miss Maud Furey is In Brooklyn, N. Y., visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Cronin. She expects to soon reside there permanently. Fi'ty cents on the dollar at our handkerchief sale this evening. All late novelties. A lOc hdkf, 3c; a 5c hdkf, lc.— Golden Rule. Stewed rabbit, hot sour kraut.— Everything in season will be served for lunch this evening at the B. & M., Mike Wagoner's old stand. 1 Did you hear oar competitors howl ast night about celery? Can't help it, old boy, we must give hard times prices. Large bunches of celery, 5c. —Traut. An attempt is belne made to get Chas. Smith and Thos. Evans, the men In the county jail, released on habeas corpus proceedings. Mr. Murphy, the attorney, is preparing tne papers. The building committee of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, of Indiana, have adopted plans for erect Ing the tallest building In Indian apolls. It will be 67ixll5 feet and have ten floors W. A. Barnes, editor of the Auburn Courier, was a caller at the Pharos office yesterday. Mr. Burnes Is a veteran in newspaper work, having been connected with the Courier for the past twenty-eight years. W. T. Wilson and Q. A. Myers, of this city, are being mentioned aa possible oandidat.es for congress against George W. Steele. James F. stutesman, of Penj, is said to have decided to make the race. Lawrence Healey, the postal clerk was in the city today. Mr. Healey is still located at Plymouth. He gays that very few changes have been made in the mall service and that Democrats now feel quite confident that they will not be deprived of their positions. Mr. Healey is now a veteran in the postal service and has an excellent record. County Clerk Flynn finds that many persons who owe court costs are very neglectful in paying the same. The law provides that all costs must be paid within sixty days, and when not done, the clerk is required to issue fee bills for the collection of the same. This process is quite expensive to the persons who foot the bills, but as it is the law only the negligent person is to blame if It Is applied. The clerk desires those interested to know that mhey must arrange to pay up promptly else he will have to do as the law directs him. HE WAS '1m Mnrphy, the Commedlan, Publicly Lecture* Manager Dolan. Tim Murphy, the comedian, was ot greeted with a very large houss, ast night, and this fact probably ac- -ounted in part for his going before the curtain and lecturing Manager Dolan. He said that the latter had violated his contract by selling seats on the first floor as low as fifty cents; that the dressing rooms were not warm or comfortable; that the audience was not up to the requirements; and finally that he would never return to this city until there was a better opera house and a better manager. Aside from this episode the performance passed off very satisfactorily, the company being better than the average. Manager Dolan, in talking of Mr. Murphy's plaint, says that the scale of prices ot last night was tne same as has prevailed all season. As for the comfort of the dressing rooms and the general character of the house and management, he has heard DO ;omplalnt from other equally good or better companies, which fact leads him to conclude that Mr. Murphy was simply sore because of the small receipts at the box office. 'REFUSES POSSESSION. Wrangle Over Goodi In Walden's Shoe Store— Assignee Kistler Awaits Decision of the Court. A writ of replevin has been issued to the sheriff on complaint of Unas. A. Coe for a -foreign wholesale firm of Coe & Co., vs. Edwin M. Walden and Assignee F.. M. Kistler. The plaintiff complains -that J469.04 worth of goods, are now unlawfully withheld from ; -them and on the other hand the assignee says that the goods are not unlawfully held and that the replevin suit is only a scheme to [get possession of the Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER throwing stones. The young man mentioned, who resides at the corner of Fourteenth and High streets, Is a young man of good reputation and should not be held up to slurs by school companions on account of his namesake. SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. articles mentioned. Assignee Kistler p as t or , further said that 'they iwould abide -- by the order of the court and resist Topics to be Discussed In the PnlpIU Tomorrow. Wheatland Street M. E. church, J. K. Waltz, pastor—Morning services at 10:45 and evening services at 7 o'clock. Broadway M. E. church, Rev. E. L. Semans, pastor—Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. Evening sermon at" p. m. The Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. All are Invited. Broadway Presbyterian church- Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. Rev W. O. Lattimore, of Crown Point will occupy the pulpit at morning and evening services. Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. F C. Coolbaugh, pastor—Holy com munlon at 7 a. m. Morning service with sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening service with sermon at 7;clock. First Church of Christ (Scientist) —At the Universalist church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Sub ject: "Paul's assurance of Divine protection In peril." A welcome ex tended to all. "Love's Feast" will be the pastor's morning subject at the Baptist church tomorrow at 11 o'clock. In the evening at 7, "Calling on the name of the Lord." Southside mis slon at 2:30 p. m. Cumberland Presbyterian church- Services at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m tomorrow. Morning subject: "Faithful m little, faithful In much." Evening subject: "Three essentials to growth."—J. W. McDonald lustomers Increasing! Sales Climbing Up I Pushing Ahead as Never Before I THE WONDERFUL SELL1NQ AT THE GOLDEN ROLE CONTINUES. New Bargains For Monday. 0\rii»r to the fact that so many costuiners had to leave this store this week and couldn't get waited lp on we have decided to run this GKEAT SALE with all its Bargains and many new ones any attempt or the creditors to get j ng ge rvice at 7:30 p.m. in ahead of other firms who should gcnoo i a t g ; 30 a. m. Morning sub- have equal chance with them. PROMPT ARREST the Of John Lee for Obstructing Street. John Lee was arrested yesterday while in the act of locating a fruit stand on Burlington avenue, in front of Councilman .Reiser's blacksmith shop. The complaint was made by Wi'liana Burgman, who alleges that the site of the proposed fruit stand Is a part of the street, and Council- mat Keiser had no authority to grant the privilege . The case was heard yesterday afternoon by Mayor Mc- jee. L a ter—The above case Jwas taken under advisement by Mayor McKee, who decided to personally visit the place. Lee is a man 74 years of age, and Is patiently waiting the decision of the court. He hails from Rochester. Tonng People's Party. Miss Anna and Antionette Lux entertained very pleasantly at their home on Eel Klver avenue last night. Card playing was Indulged in until ;en o'clock and after the guests had partaken of dainty refreshments the lancing began and continued until a .ate hour. The following young people were present: The Misses Penrose, Mitchell, Jenks, Elliott, Skinner, Hauk, Stewart, Bay, Dqlan, Alexander, Kaufman and Osbprn. Messrs. Bruggaman, Wilklns, Fljnn, Riddle, Tomlinson, Thompson, Wller, Barnhart, Bliss. Coolbaagh, Murdock, Stanton and Kaufman. Agreement to Close. We the undersigned hardware and stove merchants of Logansport. Indiana, do hereby agree to close our respective places of business at six (6) o'clock p. m., from November 1st, 1897 to March 1st, 1S98, excepting Saturday night, and the three (3) Panhandle pay nights of each month, also the week before Christmas, beginning Dec. 20th, 1SB7. This means we sell no goods after 6 o'clock. Signed—H. J. Crismond, John Barnhart & Son . Mattie L. Johson, E. S. Rice & Son, Oliue Bros, I. N. Crawford, S. W. Ullery & Son, J. T. Fl&negln. Treble Clef Clnb,, The members of the Treble Clef club have concluded to hold a meet- Ing next Wednesday evening at the usual hour at the G. A. R. Siall, and read the different scores for practice. Circumstances are such that Mr. Ernostlnoff can not be present, and It seems advisable to rehearse next week rather than have the two weeks go by without any rehearsal. Let Sunday a. m, jsct: "The Work of the Holy Ghost." Evening, "The relation of false belief and suffering." The Seventh Day Adventlst church—Preaching Sunday night at 7 o'clock. Subject, "The two laws; which law was done] away in Christ." Special singing service at 7 o'clock. No. 510 Sycamore street.— 0. S. Hadley, pastor. Unlversalist church—Rev. J. H ; . LeweHen, of Fort Wayne, will preach morning and evening. Morn- Ing subject, "The forward movement and outlook of the church." Evening subject, "The sources and nature of the power of Jesus." English Lutheran church, B. E. Shaner, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30. Morning service at 11., <ub ject, "Oar Motto." Junior Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor at 6:15 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m., subject. "Prayer." Everybody is welcome. all the members who possibly can present. be WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO,f893 reports that many unkind remarks Market Street M. E. church- Morning service at 10:45 a. m. Even- IN HUMAMTY'8 NiME Who Is to Blame For Taking a Nursing Babe From Its Mother. Several days ago an article appeared in this paper mentioning the kidnapping of the foar-months-old babe of Mrs. Marietta Drushal, who resides west of Boyal Center, by its father, Charles M. Drushal. The arrest was made and the child was ordered detained at the sheriff's residence until ihe trla ( i for possession next Monday. The mother appeared at the time mentioned and claimed the babe, but alleges that ehe was compelled to return to the home of her father and was not al lowed to tare the child along. She further says that the child was given cow's milk at the jail and that it is now sick and under the care of Dr Holloway, the county physician, as i result. When asked if the babe had ever before been fed on cow's milk the woman said that while living with her husband she did not have enough to eat. to provide nourlshmen for her babe and did at different oc casions give It other milk:, but that slnct going to the home of her fathe she had been well provided for and nursed the infant. That she does not blame the sheriff or his family that they had done the best under the circumstances that could be done.but blames aome one for the order to retain the babe. Dr. Hoi loway, the attending physiin, sayi that the little one Is afflicted with stomach and bowel trouble caused b; the change In milk, but that he an tlclpates no serious results. Hi does noi approve of the action, how ever, and says that the babe's suffer- erings were needlessly caused. Yolunteen of America. A special temperance meeting will AL1 NEXT WEEK. ALL NEXT WEEK. Another Eddie Woods. Mrs. Woods, of East High street, be held this evening at the mission P _ rm.4_J *.+-VAA+. Ofc. fl r\*f*l/\«»lr • Never in the Histor> of the Golden Rule has Their Been Such a Great Sale. Why is it? It's Honesty in Advertising. That eoes hand in hand with Honesty in Merchandising. Newspaper misrepresentation might draw you to a store and perhaps sell you something once but yon would not come back. Here it wu different The people who have attended this Great' October Sale this weeks-they did come back and bought more. Why? Because they were real Bargains to be found. Bargains in every department. Several New Bargains will be added" for next Week's Sale. SCHMITt & HEINLY. room on Third street at 8 o' i C LAJi ira uuav *iii»ia f uujh.ii.iu & wuw*** »<j • have been made about her boy Eddie Meetings will be teld tomorrow at 3 in connection with the arrest ol one and 8 p. in. Admission free and all Edward Woods on the charge of are InTlted. —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. Bull 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. 403 Broadway. ite I •> ?»»••••»••••••••••••»+««*•»»•»••••••••*••••*»»•*+++++ iS Snow Is your linen when it oomes home from Marshall's Lanndry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. If J^ou Want lo be in the Swim, You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit You When all others fail. TO ESLAR6E. Seed of Larger Quarters Seeessltato R« moral of the Overall Factory. Joseph Craig has under course of erection a building on Sixth street which will be occupied when completed by W. D. Craig's overall fac tory. The need of larger quarters makes the change necessary. The present location on Broadway will be held for a short time by Mr. Craig as a merchant tailoring establishment, but will be vacated as soon as another room can be secured. THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest m town, will get equal satisfaction in the fit of Ml clothes if our tape line has bo«B around him We have a tort of prld. In fitting men that other Ullora can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M that. Come ID and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to be amazed at the price* we quote. J. HELR2I, Tailor, 409 Market Street. »++•»»»»»»+•»»+»+++»»»»**»+•*•*««•*•*•*«**•***«•***•; \ FALL AND WINTER I Goods Now On Exhibition. ;; I have a complete line of BEATING STOVES at prices that will astonish you. Such High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, Radlitors, etc. Cooks and Ranges Jn endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. ORISMOND 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. R- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. 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 bouse. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSRTT Fall Winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street

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