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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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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. WMfOOATBEAT? •»••• Of course yuu do and you can buy the choicest cuts of Wm. Rowe. Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247. _ E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PABLOR8, 316 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. HANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bays and Sells Second Hand Goods. 6iT6 UB ft 3»U. 20(1 flth street Now Is Your Chance. . f5°K5a!Eaw«-. Who will divide the com- BUBBlon with > O'l, M. M. Gordon, Old Phone, office 306, residence 189. El- ©• Hunt, —DENTIST— All the latest liscoverics In medicine and .ppliances to relieve pain In extraction or flll- toir of toeth. Modern methods, modern prices, A lUce rk ov K ef Stray's on Fourth Htreet. • TJ Telephone No. 328. W. J. Barnett, Succewor to aL - Wo11 ' Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Calls attended day or nttrnt. ThcHneBtoutfli in the U. S. Col. C. L. Woll, will remain with me. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperman, KW Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance. UndejrtaRers. 303 Market Btroet, HoppeB ulldlng. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly uttended to, day or night. Mr. KillUn was for many years foreman for Charlt B L. Woll. Telephone 281. DE. C. D. EVEBSOLE'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 now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAEOS WEDNESDAY. NOV. 3, 1S97. OITY MB.WS Bead the new ad of the Golden Xule. A good crossing should be put in OTer Nortli street on the east side of Third. The recently organized dancing •lub will give a hop on Friday even- Ing at theG. A. B. hall. Joseph Cunningham, of Leroy, was in the city today, en route to Chicago 10 attend the horse show. The great autumn sale with all its mammoth bargains is still in full force this week at the Golden Eule. For Bent—Souse, seven rooms, Toledo near 12th, good well and eistern.—J- W. McGreevy, attorney. Frank Wimer, a countryman, arrested last night upon the charge of intoxication, wa« discharged this morning on promisef. New not*, new figs, n«w dates, pineapples, chestnuts, belleflower apples, new prune*, peaches, apricots, •arrents, citron, orange and lemon peel. Etery thing good to eat at Foley't. ¥ ; COLUMBUS Of 111 Points on the Sooth west System Is Farored by the Pennsylranla Ball- road Company—Railroad News. The Pennsylvania company has inaugurated a system of having a certain class of work done at several shops as an economical measure. For instance, hereafter all boiler work will be done at Columbus shops. Of lace years there have been so much improvement in machinery to do the different kinds of work that to provide all the shops with such Improved machinery would be very expensive, while by dividing up the work such neavy expense caa be avoided and experts be employed steadily at the various kinds of work in r,he way of building or repairing rolling stuck. RAILROAD NEWS. Daniel Holland, the Vaodalia fireman, is off duty on account of an attack of lagrippe. The Pennsylvania excursion Sunday to Marion will be run from Bradford and Loganeport. The board of directors of the Pennsylvania road declared a semi-annual dividend of 2i percent yesterday. The Chicago division of the Panhandle lines is doing the heaviest north-bound business In its history. The Indianaoolls division of the Pennsylvania shows a large increase la the number of passengers carried during the month of October Tne equipment of the mechanical laboratory of Purdue University, of Lafayette, has been improved by the addition of a 100-horse power tandem compound engine. Chicago scalpers are again reaping a rich harvest from tickets reading from Kansas City to Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other southern cities via Chicago. General Manager Turner and Chief Clerk Mr. Phillips, together with Superintendent H atcb, Inspected the Michigan division of the Vandalia yesterday. They made the trip on a special. The plan of paying freight handlers on the tonnage basis, which has been on trial six -uontbs by the Panhandle at Pittsburg, Columbus, Richmond and other points, is to be further extended. A. M. Schroyer, superintendent of telegraph, and W. McGrafton, superintendent of signals of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg, are now on their annual inspection trip over the northwestern and southwestern systems. Will B. Henderson, of Kokomo, brother of Editor Henderson, has rece: ved a check for »2,500 from the Jfivansville & Terre HauCe Railway company,because of injuries received in the Hazleton wreck some months ago. Several members of the Henderson dramatic company were hurt in tnis accident, and altogether they ha,ve received $12,500. The case cf the administration of the estate of the late Conductor Fowler of the Michigan division of the Vandalia, against the company for«l 0,000 damages, was called at Crawfordsville today. It will be remembered that Conductor Fowler lost his life in the Walnut creek disaster a year and a half ago. Bridge Foreman Finch and Engineer Bowman went to Crawfordsvllle today to appear as witnesses in the case. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, Reported for the Pharos bj Seth M. Velser, Abstractor. Elizabeth E. Mehaffle to John Dodo"—Pt of sec 22. Harrison tp. ISOO. Amanda Loser to Bertha L. McMillan—Pi, of sec 13, Miami tp. $105. Wm. Backus to Melvina Hager — Lot t Wm. Backus' add to Altoner. 195. Providence Huffman to Jobn J. and Emma E. Wright—Lot 29 T. C Whiteside's 23 add. *900. Sarah E. Stout to Ira B. Beckley— Pt sec 11, Boone tp; S acres. 1350. Franklin L. Michael to Lucy A. Michael—Pt of sec 10, Bethlehem tp. 1330. Delinquent Tax Penalty. The penalties for the failure to pay taxes within the specified time are now in effect- Those who are delinquent are liable to a 10 per cent penalty, and those who are also delinquent in April have a 6 per cent interest assessed against them, making in all a penalty of 16 per cent. In addition to this, the collectors will soon have the lists of delinquents, and for every notice they send out they are entitled to a lee of 25 cents, and the same fee for every deaaand made for tlie money. The collectors depend on their fees for their salaries, and after the lists are onus In their hands are not slow in sending out the notices and making their demandi. ADDITHHtAL ITEMS. A glove to fit and suit yon at Dewen ter, the hatter and Jurnisher. Since the oil boom strusk Peru, thers is not a vacant house Jn toe town. Jordan Hecht has returned from a stay of seTeral weeks at Knightstown. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis left today for New York City to visit friends. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due acd payable at the company's office. Miss Margaret McCord, of Chicago, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Fuller. Mrs. Caroline Stern and daughter. Miss Bertha, are at Chicago for an extended visit with friends. G. L. Ullery, the hardware salesman, is on a tour of the towns of the Effner branch of the Panhandle. Tbe 15-year-old son of David Bowman dislocated his right arm yesterday while playing foot ball. A decided interest is shown in this city in the result of yesterday's elections. Democrats are jubilant. Nobby neckwear and fancy colored- shirts, io an endless variety at De wenter, the hatter and furnisher. Save 33j per cent on kitchen furnishing and queensware by attending our anniversary sale.—Trade Palace Couacilmen Dykeman, Woll, Graf and Riugleben went to Chicago this morning to examine electric light machinery. Mrs. Bert Grams and sons of Terre Haute, have returned home after a pleasant visit with F. M. Markley and family. Wanted—A girl for general house In family of two. Must come well recommended. Apply at 214 Fourteenth street. Miss Millie Gray went to Lafayette today to attend the wedding of her friend. Miss Wallace to Mr. Vannatta this evening. The affair will be a leading society event. Everyday of our anniversary sale brings us many new customers who have seen what others bought, appreciate the value and come and purchase for themselves.-Trade Palace. T. J, Immel has been very poorly for several weeks and is barely able to get around But he came down town today to hear the good news that Democracy is again at the front. The Anderson council will be asked by the street commissioner to require all Carolina poplars to be cut down. He says the roods penetrate Che sewer pipes and injurt the nrainage system. The "Black Patti of Chicago," Mame Thornton, failed to appear in the colored entertainment at the rink last night, but she is expected to arrive in time to participate In tonight's programme. Mi?s Grace Winklebleck entertained some twenty or more couples of her young friends last evening with a dancing party at the G. A. R. hall. The evening was much enjoyed by all the guests. Cecil Jeanerette and Arthur Scott returned yesterday from the Tlppe- canoe river at a point near Wlnamac and Pulaski, where they spent three weeks fishing. They were remarkably successful. They made the trip overland. Mark Hanna before and after the Ohio election, is represented on the Pharos bulletin board by two pen caricatures, drawn hy George Ouster, the young attorney. The pictures cause much amusement. E. N. Talbott, having closed his real estate office in Chicago and returned to Logansport to iitay, is now in tbe real estate business here, having secured- handsome quarters in the Elliott block, adjoining the New Murdock hotel. The Supreme court has refuse d to abate the prosecution of the case of Ella Bates, of Sullivan county, charged with murder. The woman's plea was that a stenographer waa in the grani jury room doting the hearing of the evidence. The court held the stenographer to be an assistant to the clerk and her presence was permiss ible. This is the first time that such a plea was before tbe Supreme court, though the Federal court his considered the same question. How to secure a full attendance of churrh members is a problem with all ministers and especially with those who preach prosy sermon or are not up to date. One year ago the Presbyterian church at FranKfort inaugurated the custom of an annual roll call of its membership. It proved such a success that the church's session have decided to have it repeated this week, but on. a larger plan. A committee of the session has mailed an invitation to every member, and as the membership of the church. It DOW nearly 600 it Is expected that over 400 will be pnjsent to annwer to the roll call. Onr Shoes 'Fit Like gloves ''. And they wear Like Iron. We treat OUT 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 engaged Mr. Andrew Frederick to take charge of the Penmanship olaesef. His rime •will be devoted exclusively to this line of work. Lopansport needs a First Class School of Pen Art, and we take pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to tflve the yery bef t instruction that can be had. Mr. Frederick Is a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. Colutnbue, 0-, and-wns an instructor In that, school until engaged by Hall's Business College. C. F. MOORE, Pres. Hall's Business College, Second and Third floor, Keystone Buiidlnjr. Logansport, Ind. BANK STATEMENT. Fourth Annual Statement of the condition of the At Logansport, in the St«te of Indiana, 81 the close ol' Its business, on the 30th, DAY OF OCTOBER 1897. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ........................... f 141,96s 07 Overdrafts (temoorarily) .................... 4p4 fl» Other stocks, bonds and mortgages... 14.100 00 Furniture and fixtures ....................... . 2,4,1 ^4 Curreni expenses ...... ....................... ow Ju Due from banks and bank- a-t-a ..... . . ..... * *D t loJ of Currency::.:.':. ....................... 81.904 00 Q t1( -,..ip „, ........ , 12 65b 60 ..: ............. ^ M-e^- 91 cash items Total ............................................... f223,0362S LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in ......................... fJW.OW OJ Surplus fund ................................... <.«*> W •Discouur, exchang-e and interest ...... -,-/Eo 1' Individual deposits on de. .. ., Bank deposits:::': : ............. 10,ST5 93-115,053 01 Due to hanks and bankers ................. '-'-A 10 Due to banka and bankers Total f223,536 M Stiiteof Indiana, County of CUPS ss: I W C Thomas, Cashier of the Lojransport State Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my kuowledse and belief. . W. C. THOMAS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3d day of Novinber, 1S97. GEO. P CHASE, | SEAL.I Notary Public. Correct, attest: B F. KEESUSG, JOHN. C. DEWKNTER, \V. M. GRAFFIS. .Directors. Cost of an Acre of Wheat. In a circular issued by Secretary F. D. Cobnrn of lie Kansas board of agriculture the following estimate of the cost of growing an acre of wheat is given: Interest on land ($15 per acre) at 8 per cent. Jl 20 Taxes ls Plowing • °° Harrowing twice 20 Drilling 25 Heading 1 jjr Seed, average • _™ Total W 18 Xewg and Notes. The 1897 commercial crop of onions is estimated by American Agriculturist at 2,300,000 bushels. After much experience with, various wraps and washes to protect trees from rabbits a correspondent of American Agriculturist finds wrapping with burlap is the most effective. Irrigation at the west has had a big boom from the recent irrigation congress at Lincoln, is eh. Thirteen states were represented. It is made to appear that exports of corn are permanently larger Shan ever before. The cranberry crop is said to be tbe smallest in years. The congress of agricultural industries is to be held during the Trans- mississippi exposition at Omaha next year. Tk« Weather. Fair and warmer tonight and Thursday. Intelligent women would not use baking powder containing alum if they knew it, no matter how cheap it might be. Cheap baking powders sell because people do not know what is in them. Everything used in Cleveland's baking powder is plainly named on the label. Guarantee* roar montr Cterel' eluid'i tk* ipvwdir yen h«r» M frr» *» B«t DON'T MISS this opportunity to order your Winter Overcoat. You will ne«d It before long. We bare such a cboio* selection of fabrics, from the be§6 woolen mills of the world, that we are making up into stylish and hanrt- sotne overcoats, at such a reasonable price that we would like to take your measure at once. Our reputation for high grade custom work speaks for Itself. Tailor and Draper, Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St, CHICAGO SiRKtTS Receded Daily bj W. W. JUlner, at ff. A. K. BnlldliiK. Chicago, Nov. 3 I $97. Wheat— Dec., opened. 96J@96jo high, 96^c; low, 95ic closed, 95i@ 95->c. Wheat— For May, open, 94i@9Uc: high, 94£c: low, 92ic; closed, 924c. Corn— For Dec., opened, 26 j@ 26Jc.; high, 26ic; low, 26}c; closed at Oats— Dec. opened, 19frc: high, 19} low, I9tc; closed, 19Jc. Pork— For Dec. opened, 17.60® 7 62; high, $7 . 62; Iow,$7.52;cl0sed at |7.55@7.57. Lard— For Dec., opened, 1422; high, $4.22; low, 14.20; closed at •4.20@4.22. Ribs— For Dec., opened, 14.45; high, 14.45; low, 14.45; closed at $4.45. Hogs today, 32,000; left over, 3, 000; estimated for tomorrow, 33,000: Market, opened steady to strong; closed quiet but steady at opening prices, except heavy, which closed 5c lower. Mixed, $3.45@»3,75; heavy, 13.25 @3.75; rough, J3.25@I3.35; light, $3.45@3.75. Dec. wheat — Curb, 95jc; puts for May, 91J@90jc; calls for Ma/, 93H@93e. _ ATTENTION, REPUBLICANS! A Few Propositions That Should H»ve Careful Thought. ^Republicans, the last Republican platform pledged the party to endeavor to secure international bimetallism. That plank was a condemnation of the gold standard. To promise to rid the nation of the gold standard is a confession that it is bad. President McKinley asked congress for authority to appoint a commission to visit Europe and ask the leading nations of the old world to help the United States to let go of a gold standard. The commission went to France, and France consented to bimetallism, thereby declaring the gold standard to have tipen injurious to France. The commission went to Germany and found Germany disposed to wait on England. The commission went to England and remained there for three months, hoping for aid. When the government and the Bank of England intimated that England might be willing to make some slight concessions, the bankers of London met in secret session on Sept. 22 and protested. Now the English government has bowed to the •will of the London bankers and refnsed to lend any assistance. Republicans, your party turned over the control of our finances to Europe, Europe turned die matter over to England, England turned the matter over to the London bankers, and the London hankers declared against bimetallism and pledged themselves to secrecy. Republicans, are you willing to allow the London bankers to meet in secret and determine the financial policy of the American people? Republicans, are yon willing to allow the London bankers to meet in secret and control the destinies of the American people? Republicans, are you willing to allow the London bankers to meet in secret and determine the conditions which shall surround your children? Republicans, are you not now ready to join those who favor the immediate restoration of the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1 without waiting for the aid or consent of iny other nation? — Omaha- World-Herald, Wheatfl«ld» of tie 'Weft. Year after year vast crops of -wheat are taken from the wheatfields of Dakota and Minnesota. In that section grain is more of a crop monopolist than cotton is in the south. "How long can the western soil stand this heavy drain without exhaustion?" asks Rural 2few Yorker. "Eastern farmers who look to manure or fertilizers alone as the chief means of maintaining fertility cannot see how such lands can be kept in fnll yield. Western scientists and farmers believe that the soil itself contains abundant material for hundreds of wheat crops. They expect to make this plant food available by means at careful tillage and the nse of leguminous crops like clover or peas." Wfer Tk«r Don't Sow Winter Wheftt. The excuse made by some fanners why they do noc sow winter wheat is that they "prefer the stubble ground" inquired for wheat' 'for corn growing.'' The Iowa Homestead comments as follows: "If corn is to M grown a« » money crop, it is questrjfttble whether it ia M profitable as wheat production. There is or should be room for wheat in a four or six year rotation. It is a distinctly money crop and requires a great deal of machinery to irrow it" . THE. City National Bank. LottANsroET, IND. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOTVLER, Cashier. -DIRECTORS— John Gray, I. N Crawford, J. T. Elliott, Dr, W. H. Beli. A. P. Junvg, W, C. Pwjnock, Is&ao bliideler, Geo. \v. Funk and John C. Ingram. Loan money on personal and collate'* 1 seouritT- Buy and sell Government bond*. WlL pay 2 per ctnL per annum on certificate* of deposits, when deposited sii months; 8 per cent per annum when left one year. Boxen In Safety Deposit, Vaults, for ssle keeping: of valuable papers, rented Hi from $5 to 115 per year. Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that for Price, Style and Fit Cannot be beateu. His Stock of NEW AND STYLISH FABRICS For Fall and 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 I Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent- JiOllCE OF ASSIGSEE'8 SALE, Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned trustee, under a deed of assignment, all tbe goods, wares and merchandise ot Edwin M. Wulden, will offer for sale at public auction at the Jaw office of Frank M. Klstler, on Fourth street, In the city or Logansport, Indiana, on the 6th day of November, 1897, between the hours of 1 o'clock 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 me for the benefit of his creditors, consisting of ft stock of boots, shoes, rubbers, rubber goods, felts, legging and such goods as are generally kept in a first-class shoe store, and all tbe fixtures belonging to said store, wnlch Is located on the ground floor of the building known as No. 315 Fourth street, Logansport, Indiana. The purchaser to pay one-third (J) cash, on«-third (J) In sixty (60) days and one-third (J) in one hundred and twenty (120) days, and for the deferred payments will give security lo the approval of the trustee. Dated this 25th day of October, 1897. FKASTK M. KISTIJEH trustee. Haw PornJc* Ston« J* Obt»l»«A. Pumice stone is a porous f eldspathio •coriafrom volcanoes. The pores are linear and BO fine as to be often barely visible except by means of a magnifying glass. Its specific gravity U 2.3 to 2.4, water being the unit, bat by reason of its spongy texture pieces are often tmoyant enough to float on water. It consists chiefly of silica, with sometimes 17 per cent of soda and 4 per cent of potash. The chief source from which, it is obtained is Campo Bianco, one of theLipari islands, where it forma a bill nearly 1,000 feet high. How to M*fce Sponc* C«i» Puddle*. Split 2 sponge cakes into three aliflM each, spread with raspberry jara, put th*m together again and place in a pi* diah. Beat2egg»andade«iirtipocwfnl of ragar together, add hall a pint of milk and a tMipoonM of vanilla, and «iz togfifhor Then poor t)M cMlvd <mr tte «dkM IB th* dUa, t»k» 1» * d»w arm 101 a*, which wfll ta*» akoat half an hour. DonHo tfai*4*aatity wgr tw male for \*M than a

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