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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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DAILYPHAEOS TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1897. OITY NRWS. Turnips, 5c peck -Traut. Family flour II.75 per nun.,Traut. The only hot soda In the city at Porter's. Cabbage, large and solid, 45c doz. at Foley's. Trunks and traveling bags cheap at Kreis Bros. Our potatoes, going fast, 55c full bushel—Traut. Will Fuller was over from Marion today on business. All kinds of gloves at Dewenter's, the hatter and furnisher. There was no business in the mayor's court this morning. A son of Socrates S. McKlnney, of Burlington avenue, is quite sick. 115,000 worth of shoes are now being sold at Walden's bankrupt sale. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Spencer, of the Southslde, a daughter. Get a picture tomorrow, 17x10, white and gilt frame, for 25c—Trade TRUE BROWN And Kittle Blue, Them Two; Them Two— Donned Their Bonnets and Went to Pern, That's True, That's True. Now They Tell of aa Awful Stew, How They Were Assisted by Policemen Two; That's True, Too True. "Saturday night shortly after o'clock a girl, nearly out ot breath, rushed up to Policeman Taggart on Broadway and asked for protection, 1 says Che Peru Journal. "She said that she and another girl were from Logaosport, and that they had been invited to this city by a Mrs. Ella Lahmyer to live with her and Mrs Mygraot on east Third street The two girh came to Peru Saturday and it was after supper that they disagreed with the woman ou a toplC'Of questionable character. Thi maidens donned their bats and wrap Palace. Frank Etnire and a party of friends are bunting in the neighborhood of Fletcher's lake. Don't forget the supper at Mrs. E. B. McDonnell's, in Maple Grove, tbli evening from 5 to 8. Chicken pot pie. Manager Dueuer, of the Western Union telegraph office, has recovered from a slight illness and Is again on duty. Thomas Welch is engaged in leasing oil lands in the neighborhood of Hoover's crossing for an Ohio company. Sidney Kaufman, shoe buyer for the New Otto, went to Cincinnati yesterday to bid on a bankrupt stock of shoes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Closson, of Sycamore street, are entertaining Miss Maggie Calloway, of West Lebanon, Ind. Our anniversary prices on cloaks has proven a winning card by all who appreciate the value of low prices- Trade Palace. Will you tuke It to raise? One of our nice silk umbrellas. You will be proud of it—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. The hottest of hot soda fountains bas been ordered by Busjahn & Schneider, tlie druggists. It will arrive within a week. The crowd of Burlington boys arrested for allogedHollowe'en depredations, were arraigned before a justice of the peace, yesterday, and acquitted. Train up your hired girl in the way she should go. Teach her at the start to take nothing but Fox's XXXX Square Batter Crackers when you send her for crackers. The bazaar of the Wheatland street M. E. church will open at the rink next Monday night and will continue all the week, with supper and a change of programme every evening. Marlon McMeans, who was employed during the summer at the Great Northern hotel, Chicago, has returned to Logansport and resumed his old position as runner for the Barnett hotel. Mrs. E. P. Brown, formerly of this oltv, mother of Will I. Brown, the Panhandle baggageman, was operated upon Saturday at Minneapolis for a tumor on the shoulder and is doing nicely. Mils Lou Pottmeyer will be appointed guardian of the three children of the late Frank Pottmeyer, her brother, and that Mrs, John H. Minneman, another sister, will be appointed administratrix ot his estate. Supper will be served this evening from 5 to 8 at the residence of E. B. McDonnell, Maple Grove. Proceeds to go to the free kindergarten. A musiclal programme has been arranged for the entertainment of guests. Fred G. Six went to Huntington today to take a position in the news department of the Daily News Democrat. Fred is a competent and energetic newsgather, and his ability will speedily manifest itself in the columns of the News-Democrat. and started away. "Trixie" Brown the one who asked protection of the police, escaped unharmed, but thi other girl, who goes by the name o "Kittle" Blue was caught and de tained. Her screams for help wer heard by Trixie while she wa making her flight and when the lat terhad told her story to Police man Taggart he ordered Police man Olark to gc get the other girl When Trixie had finished her stor; she said she wanted to go home. A she and the officer reached the station they saw the other girl coming down tl>e railroad track with the two wo men running after her. Policema Taggart protected the girl and not! flea the women to fly their kites o he would lock them up in jail. The unro'led their little balls of yarn an flew. The girls boarded the 9:48 train and returned home, much the wiser for their one day's stay." CHICAGO MARKETS Received Dally bj W. W. Mllner, at G. A. R. Building. Chicago, Nov. 9, 1897. Wheat—Dec., opened. 92J@92J-c; high, 92|c; low, 9Hc; closed, 91 fc. Wheat—For May, open, 89f@89|c; high, 90Jc; low,, 88|c; closed, 88]@ 89c. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26Je.; high, 26|c; low, 26jc; closed at 26Jc. Oats—Dec. opened, 19Jc: high, 19| @l9jc; low, 19Jc; closed, 19}@l9ic. Ry e __Dec. opened,47ic; high, 47ic; low, 47Jc; closed, 47}c. Pork—For Dec. opened, 17.57; high, $7.57; low, $7,42; closed at $7.45. Lard—For high, $4.37; 14.30. Ribs—For high, 14.45; $4,35. Hogs today, 37,000; left over, 4,000; estimated lor tomorrow, 40,000. Market opened 5 to lOc lower; closed dull, 10c lower. Mixed, $3.65@I3.75; heavy, 13.25 @3.75; rough, $3.25@I3.35; light, $3.65@3,75. Eeceipts of cattle, 4,000; sheep, 12,000. Cattle and sheep, steady. Dec. wheat—Curb, 89c; .puts, 88|; @S8Jc; calls, 89t@S9|c. OSLT BRUISED, Jan. low, , opened, 14.37; $4.30; closed at Jan,, opened, 14.45; low, $4.35; closed at Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,CH!CAGO. 1893 Was Marshall 0'Brian bj the Bullets Fired at Him bj Charlen Smith. Upon examination it was found that Marshal O'Brian, of Peru, had only been bruised by the bullets fired at him from a revolver in the hands of Charles Smith, a desperate ei-con- vlot, at Peru yesterday afternoon. The two bullets struak O'Brian in the lower part of the abdomen. One of them was found imbedded In the underwear. Frank Emerlck probably saved O'Brlan's life, as he struck Smith's revolver and knocked it down when It was pointed at the marshal's heart. Smith was disarmed by Constable Evans. Smith then produced another revolver and Qred three times at Evans, but the bullets flew wide of their mark. Smith then followed Evans out of Helderle's saloon and ran down the street waiving his revolver in true desperado style, ordering everybody to get out of the way. Smith was finally captured and disarmed by Policeman Taggart and a saloon keeper named Bender, FAMOUS PHOTOS. A series of mounted photographic views of the most noted places in the world are now on exhibition in the bow windows of H. Wiler & Co. They are suitable for any home. •rice for this week only 25c; actual worth, 75c. RAILROAD Short Items of Interest Gathered From Many Sources. The Pennsylvania trainmen will all be uniformed In their winter apparel within the next few days. Michael McCarty.of the Panhandle shops, stepped on a rusty nail and wounded his foot severely, George Gillette, a Panhandle switchman, had three fingers on his left hand badly bruised Sunday morning while coupling cars. Richmond Item: "An engine on the Pennsylvania recenMy pulled 110 cars from Logansport to this city and covered the distance In good time." It is stated that the relations between the roads doing business between Chicago and the Ohio river points are the most friendly at any time In years. On Nov. Htb, the Panhandle, In connection with the Ohio river roads, -will commence running solid trains between Pittsburg and Parkersburg via Wheeling, The Wabash's advertising- department is engaged In getting up a calendar for 1898 which will be one of the finest works of Its kind ever issued by a railway company. It will be steel engraved. W. A. Pratt, chief engineer of bridges, etc., of the Pennsylvania, who has been at Hot Springs since- August25 to rid himself of rheumatism, returned last week ready to re-- sume his official duties. Superintendent Hatch, Chief Engineer Hendricks and Trainmaster Burke, all of the Michigan division of the Vandalla, passed through Logansport, north yesterday, on an inspection trip, and went south today. The eastern roads out of Chicago are much disappointed over the amount of business they are securing. It has been decreasing for some time, and if it were not for tbe amount of west-bound business the roads would find themselves In a bad position. An official of the Wabash,.says the trainmen complained too soon of having to purchase their winter suits of firms designated by tbe general superintendent. They have received their new outfits and are well, pleased, as they saved $4.50 on each suit. Two of the largest passeriger engines the Pennsylvania builds of the Class L type are to be transferred to the Indianapolis division to haul trains 5 and 20 between Indianapolis and Columbus, the trains being too heavy for the Class P type of locomotives, The Arkansas supreme court has knocked out the contract of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, wblch gives the engineers the right to quit at their pleasure, but requires the discharge of the last one appointed whenever there is to be a reduction In the force. A Panhandle special with Chief Engineer Grafton, of the signal department; A. M. Scnroyer, superintendent of telegraph; J. S. May, superintendent of the Richmond division, and J. W. Coneys, trainmaster of tne "Richmond division, on board, arrived from Chicago at 11:15 a. m. today and le'ft at noon for Richmond, John Kirk, employed on the Pan- ha.ndle construction train, had his right ankle badly injured at Hebron at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. He also sustained a severe scalp wound. He was brought to this city at 1:20 yesterday afternoon and tiken to St. Joseph's hospital, where he Is under treatment by Drs. J. B. Shultz and Hethrington. He will recover the use of his ankle. rDAYS Kridatj, Saturday. Extraordinary Cloak Selling Days . . . This will be an interesting event ai the Golden Rule.The unseasonable weather has delayed the sales in our Mammoth Cloak Department. AYe must move these goods. The prices we are making for the above dates will do it or AT $5.85 •we will offer you a rough boucle Astrakhan Jacket all Silk lined, 20 in length, the new sleeve and a regular Tailormade garment at $5.85 AT $8.98 We will offer you these four days a fine imported Kew«y Jacket silk lined,new and the correct style, the latest sleeve, and Klondyke collar at $8.98 All our $20 and $25 fine Imported Coats all go at $12 anA $15 00 Corresponding Reductions throughout this department. THE GOLDEN RULE. Masonic Notice. Tlpton lodge will meet at 7 o'clock this evening in special sesdon to confer the Master's degree upon several candidates. Luncheon will be served after the work. The lodge will also make arrangements for the funeral [ of our late brother, H. M. Eidson. By order of W. M. Eu GREEHSFELDER, Sec'y. Ben Hnr Jiotice. Regular meeting of Ben Hur lodge tomorrow night. Initiations. By order of chief-. The Weather. Fair tonight and We<lnesday;cooler tonight with freealng temperature. Must Bo. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's, Misses' and Children's Siloes, Notice. All members of Masonic are requested to meet lodges tomor- at row morning at 9 o'clock the Masonic hall to make arrangements for the services at the house of their late brother, H. M. Edison, and to attend the funeral, which will he held the house at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. By order of Secretary. F. A. M. Walter Behmer, the Sycamore street grocer, was duck hunting at English lake yesterday, odd sizes, clean,fresh goods that must be sold for less than Manufacturers cost. Don't fall to take advantage of the Greatest Sacrifice In the shoe history of Logansport. SfcevenxEim m Klinsict 403 Broadway THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, will gt equal satisfaction in the fit of h clotbei If our tape line hu bee around him. We have • tort of prU| In fitting men that other talloi can't please. It's the know-hoj that tells the taste, and our expeij ence and observation hat given i that. Come in and look over o* stock of Fall Goods, and try not to i amazed at the prices we quote. J. HRRZ, Tail* 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 Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, Radiitors, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. H. J.ORISMOND 312 Market Street. > M»»»«»««M«tt«*»t-rt+++T+~~~***«**«*«»»»*»*< FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-daf^ Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and 1| fact anything you want for a first class Businef a DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. I Is your linen whea it comes home from John F- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Marshall's Laundry. HIS SOX'S CBIIE Hastened the Death of Joseph D. Me- lutosb. Joseph D. Mclntosh,father of John Mclntosh, the slayer of Frank Pottmeyer, died at S o'clock this morning at his home on Park avenue, aeed 76 years. He leaves a wife, two SODS, John and William,and one daughter, Mrs. Maggie SchleasLnger, who resides in Chicago. Mr. Mclntosh had long been a sufferer from stomach and nervous troubles, and his death was hastened 'by his son's crime. The time of the funeral will be announced tomorrow. The deceased was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and when but 9 years of age removed with his parents to this county, settling in Bethlehem township. He had resided in tne city for a number of years and followed the occupation of~ a contractor and builder. He was an honorable, upright citizen, and was honored and respected by a large circle of friends. Ann Koehne, ex-market master at Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday, a guest of John Coulson. No. 608 Broadway. Wagoa will call for us a trial. Both 'Phones 110. your work. (Jive If You Want lo be in the Swim Now is the time to provide . self with a good Sewing Machine a very low price. My stock incj all the leading makes. My are easy, and there is no excuse being out of a good sewing mach n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6t R B WHITSRTT You had better *le 1 HOOLEY —Make Your- Fall Suit Or Oyercoat •* i He will Fit Ton When all othen fail. dll winter Woolenj A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailo 318 M arfcet Street-

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