Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 3, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 3, 1897
Page 24
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THE ELECTIONS Democratic Gains in Every Part of the Country MARK BANNA, THE LEADING APOSTLE OF "SOUND MONEY" REPUDIATED IN OHIO, Kentucky Returns to the Demo cratic Fold After a Brief Journey in the Wilderness, New York Reverses the Republican Majority of Last Fall and Goes Democratic Tuesday's elections proved as great a surprise to Democrats as a source of disappointment to Eepublicans. Democrats hoped that Hanna would be defeated, but they hardly expected such good news. Hanna was such an aggressive champion of money" that it seemed like the Goliath of gold monometallism to In Iowa the Democrats have made tremendous gains but not enough to OTercome the large majority given McKinley last rail. Nebraska, the Jennings Bryan, home of William remains in the "sound Democratic column, slaying The only dark spot on the political horizon is the possible loss defeat him. And then it has been J 0 f the Maryland legislature, which alleged thatHs.nna brought about a prosperity that rushed the price of wheat up to a dollar per bushel and pu'i every idle man to work. And then, too, it was said by Hanna that ne was the discoverer of McKinley and that the aflairs ol this country could not be conducted safely without his presence in the senate to direct; them. The people oil -Ohio knew all these things because Hanna had proclaimed them from the stump and through the newspapers of wide circulation. Yet those Buckeye voters, recklessly and with premeditation aforethought, turned this great man down and forced him into the depths of political oblivion. What base ingratitude! What shocking inhumanity! But Mark Hanna Is not the only boodler who has been scorched by the fires of public indignation. Thomas C. Platt, another senator of unsavory reputation, has lost everything in the Empire state. He is also a falend of McKinley and the administration had lent its influence to pull bl:n through. He is worse beaten than Hanna. New York has gone Democratic by 50,000. Tammany has captured greater New York, and the legislature is Demo- catic by 10 majority. The next best news Is that Kentucky has (tone Democratic by nearly the old time majority on a straight- out free silver platform, and the majority so great in the legislature that no deadlock will hereafter be possible. Virginia comes up with her old time majority and chooses a legislature that will re-elect John W. Daniels. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PR!CPS CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR.CHICAGO, 1893 would mean the retirement of Sena tor Gorman. The Democrats made tremendous gains in Massachusetts, but not enough to elect that superb cam\ paigner, George Fred Williams, who was their candidate for governor. Latest Returns. Columbus, 0., Nov. 3, 2:00p. m.— The Democratic committee claim the legislature by 12 on joint ballot and election of governor by from 8,000 to 12,000. The Republican state committee claims that the Republican sbate ticket is elected by from 10,000 to 12,000; that the senate stands 17 Republicans, 16 Democrats and 3 doubtful; house, 57 Republicans, 50 Democrats and 2 doubtful. COLORADO. Denver—Returns meagre and result still in doubt. NEW YORK Albany—Returns demonstrate that the Republican landslides of two years ago have been reversed, if not by giving as large majority for the Democrats at least by changing something like 240,000 -rotes NEW YORK CITY. New York—-Unofficial vote for mayor, VanWyck, 235,800; Low, 149,873; Tracy 101,713; George, 20,386; Gleason, 521. KENTUCKY. Louisville—Kentucky Democratic by five to seven thousand. VIRGINIA, Richmond—Democrats elect governor by 50,000 and the usual ma jorlty in legislature. PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia—Returns indicate substantial Republican majority. IOWA. Des Moines—low* elects Shaw, Republican governor and legislature. OHIO. Columbus—The result on governor and legislature is in doubt. Both sides claim a victory. The Republl cans somewhat stronger in the claim. They say Bushnell is elected by ten thousand and that the legislature is Republican on joint ballot by from three to five, insuricg the election of Hanna to the senate. MARYLAND, KY MARYLAND. Baltimore—From semi-official returns from all counties Democrats appear to have elected enough members to legislature to give them a majority on joint ballot, thus insuring them a United States senator to succeed Gorman. A FIGHT In the African M. E. Sunday School. Mrs. James Carter and Edward BIziel Joke Each Other And Finally Resort to Blows and a Whole Lot of Excitement. There was a scene not down on the programme at the African Methodist Episcopal church Sunday, which cauied any amount of excitement and threatened to result in a riot. From the best possible information it is learned that just before the time had arrived to call the Sunday school to order Mrs. James Carter and Edward Bizzell, a baroer, were seated near each other apparently engaged in a friendly conversation. All of a sudden the assemblage was startled by the sound of a blow which Mrs. Carter dealt BIzzell full In the face with her open hand, Bizzell retaliated with his clenched fist. Letting go his strong right.Mrs. Carter failed to dodge and she went down in the dust. Parties then interfered and the combatants were separated and order restored. Monday Mrs,Carter's husband, who conducts a barber shop at the west end of the Market street bridge, appeared at H. B. Turner's barber shop on Broadway, where Bizzell was employed, and didn't do a thing but punch the latier's head. Bizzeil reached for his gun, but did not draw the weapon. Later he packed his "tools" and quit his position at Mr. Turner's shop. It is said that he has left the city. Those who pretend to know say that Mrs. Carter and Bizzell began their conversation in the most pleasant manner possible, and that finally Mrs. Carter took Bizzell to task because his wife failed to attend Sunday school or church. In his reply Bizzell made use of language offensive to Mrs. Carter, and she slapped him in the face with her open hand. The affair is deeply regretted by the friends o'f both Mrs. Carter and Bizzell, by whom it is admitted that both were to blame. Look For "Fox." On the crackers before your grocer bags them. Insist upon getting Fox's XXXX square wafer butter cackers. But what's the use of telling you to do this. You are sure to do it if you know how good they are. Attention, 0. E. S. Special meeting Thursday evening, Nov. 4th, for thi initiation of members. By order of the W. M. ADDITIONAL ITESIS. Nice solid cabbage, 30c doz, Traut. New buckwheat and pancake flour. —Tiaut. Tomorrow Foley will sell a large bunch of celery for lOc,. Dr. A. J. Miller at his new office Thursday, 314 North street. Natural gas bills are due and payable on or before the 10th inst. : •••• . Cloaks and oa pes never before BO cheap as DOW at the Golden Bule. T. M. Beckett, the drayman, has ncovered from a week's sickness. New limbnrger, brick, club house, neufchtel and hand lease cheese.— Traut. Plenty of bargains In dress goods at the great autumn sale this we ek. —Golden Rule. Union underwear ii now Jn demand. Dewenter the hatter and f urnishgr keeps the bist. If you want your parlor handsomely decorated, talk with Mr. Pratt, of the Logansport Wall Paper Co. It's your loss if you miss getting a jacket or cape at our anniversary sale. See them at $l.y8, $5.50, 17 and 110.—Trade Palace. Harry A. Tucker and Bert Ray,two popular young men of the city, have opened a poultry and fish market at 428 Market street, opposite Campbell's laundry. Judge Cnase has received from his uncle, William Ohase, of Oconto, Wis,, some fine specimens of Wisconsin potatoes. They are very large, quite smooth and when well cooked are fine eating. Uncle Chase grew the potatoes on new land. The Supreme court has refused to grant a rehearing in the case from Cass county of Frederick Seybold against the Terre Haute & Indianapolis (Vandalia) railroad. This is the suit in which Seybold'« claim against the road for damages from injury at a creating, was held not good. *" S .'i'ii i'l'•'••-;>•< ••- • ?.'.^.y t&fiiS r\Hliy ; ^x ; ^;i / X; ;;::;>" ??%/ J! ^'M^j.' &$,"&& A Few Words About Our Cloaks. Tailor-made Cloak grace comes from the fit, the tailoring. No matter how fine the Cloak,if the cutting or shaping are even a little way "off," the whole effect is bad.There is no Garment a woman wears that shows slight or slackiness as does a Tailor-made Cloak. Every man that puts shears on thread in Tailor-made Jackets, made for the "Golden Rule Store" is an artist in his line. The manufacturers have a reputation,there are no experimenters among them They are trained to the work. The high grade of workmanship is the principal point to consider when buying. JAGKKTS. Ladies' Kusiau Blouse Jacket. The swellest and the newest one out. We have them at all prices.—Fine Imported Capes from Paris and Berlin, in Velvet, Cloth or Fur from $9.93 to $5000 Ladies' Kersey Jackets at prices that stand the keenest competion in different styles form $3.98 to $20.00. We have them from 75c and up.—Ladies' Fur Collarettes, special styles, with new effects. ]$• misrepresentation in the quality of the Fur at low as $148 up to $48.00 Childrens' Cloaks.—Come in for a full 6ha» of atteution. Every taste. Every price. Every Agt • has been accomodated. Our Grand Autumn Bargain Sale is still in full force all this week. THE GOLEEN RULE. —THE— Very Newest H Shoes... And every pair Leather Lined, making them comfortable and water proof, so you can keep from wearing Eubber Overshoes. In BOX CALF ENAMEL and Vici Kid, made the latest style lasts. on 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 AS Snow Is your linen when it oomes hoDie from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. If You Want To ~b& in the Swim, You bad better le HOOLEY -Make Tour— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit You When all others fail. Annual Gas Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are now doe and payable at tbe company's office. Natural gas consumers desiring to avail themselves of tbe annual rate, commencing November 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month: LOOAKSPOBT & W ABASH VALLZT GAM Co. THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest m town, will got .equal satisfaction in tbe fit of kit clothes if our tape line has beet around him We have a sort of pride in fitting men that otber tailon , can't please. It's tbe know-bo* that tells tbe taste, and our expert- ence and observation has given •• that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b« amazed at the prices we quote. J. HRRZ, Tailor, 409 Market Street. | FALL AND WINTER : Goods Now On Exhibition. ;: 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 Jewells, Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, Radiators, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. +»**•« J.GRISMOND 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. John K- Carroll; 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yaw- self with a good Sewing Machine it a very low price. My stock include! all the leading makes. My terms are easy, and there is no cicuse for being out of a good sewing nucWae n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R- B WHITSRTT Fall And: winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street-

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