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OAILYJPHAHOS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1897. "THE 6iY MASQUEKADERS" OITY NRWS. WABASH TO BUILD A. New Line Out of Toledo Chicago Connection. for Raisins 3c Ib—Traut. Bulk cocoanut—Rothermel. George Forgy wvi in Peru yesterday. New seedless raisins just arrived— Traut. Col. Ed Beemls.of Cincinnati, is in the city. The only hot soda in the city at Porter's. Best country butter, 17c a pound, at Foley'a. Dried peaches, prunes, plums, 5c Ib.—Traut. Mrs. Harry Thompson IB visiting at Kokomo. Trunks and traveling bags cheap at Kreia Bros. I. N. Dukea, the Peru oil tins;, •was in the city today. Work on the Adamsboro gas well derrick was begun today. Miss Babe Ward entertained the Jolly Six club last evening. The finest potatoes on the market, only 55c d bushel at Foley's. Mrs. Edith Bucher went to Lafayette today to visit ti lends. Judge G. E Boss is at Haxin- kuckee on a short fishing trip. Mrs. Nancy McFeever, mother of Clarence McKeever, is quite sick. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hartwig, of the Southstde, a daughter. AdamH. Felker, of the Lebanon Reporter, is spending the day here. 115,000 worth of shoes are now being sold at Walden's bankrupt sale. The Treble Clef chorus will meet tonight for the regular weekly practice. Wesley Lee Walls has returned from a visit with his sister at Green- caatle. iUtno Kuhn went to Grass Creek today to join Tom Bailey on a, hunting trip. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Miss Caroline Harrison, sinter ol Mrs, Earl Stewart, is convalescing from a severe illness. Skirt day tomorrow. *15 silk skirts. »10;»7.50 silk Skirts, *5; 17 crepon effects, in all colors, $3,98.— Trade Palace. Miss Mary Williamson and Miss Jennie Putnam will leave Monday for a three months' visit at Seattle and Spokane, Wash. The case of John Ray, chaiged by Humane Officer Houghton with beating his horse, was continued in the mayor's court yesterday. Mrs. G, E. Lenon, wio has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Earl Stewart, for the past week, returned to her home at Frankfort today. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stewart will entertain the members of Jewel lodge, Daughters of Kebekah, at a mask social this evening. All members are Invited. The Order of Foresters will give a select soc'al ball on next Thursday evening, Nov. llth, at Dolan & Me- Hale'shall. Members of the order and their friends are invited. J. F. Brennan is back at his old stand on Twelfth stieet and would like to have his friends and former patrons give ilm a call when in need of drags or anything In his line. The handsomest line of fine stationary and writing materials, for fashionable correspondence, ever brought to the city, has been received by Longwell & Cummiogs, Masonic temple, direct from New York. Truth enters the mind through several doors—the eyes, the ears, the mouth, the sense of touch. The truth of our claims concerning the goodness ol' Fox's XXXX Square Wafer Butter Crackers will reach your mind through ynur mouth. Take a bite and give the facts a chance to convince you. The quail law "expired" laat night and hunters may now hum; and shoot the toothsome little birds until January first next. All over the state today, hunters began operations at early dawn, and kept up their shooting all day. In this county the number of gunners who searched the fields was quite large and in most oaies they met with good success Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Probable Logs of the Eel River Said to Cause the More—Railroad Jiews. Toledo la to have another Chicago line, shorter than the Lake Shore. It is to be built by the Wabash people. Aatihorlty for the statement that the Wabash is going to build a new line out of Toledo is Colonel S. C.' Reynolds, a director of the company. It may mean more than a new line. The Wa'bash has been kept out of the field for Chicago by ao agreement with the Lake Shore, which let the Wabash Into the union depot. Now If the Wabash puts in a new Chicago line, it may be compelled to build a new depot, or go into another. Still another develop ment may be another Detroit line in connection with the Flint & Pere Marquette. The whole matter grew out of the determination of the Wa bash to let its line between Toledo and the Ohio and Indiana State line be sold under the famous Compton judgment. Mr. Reynolds says: "The company has decided not t pay the agreement, but let the Oht division be sold. It has come to th conclusion that it can better afford to build a new line out of Toledo This will make a better connection with the system for less money than it will cost to buy the old line ucde the sale of the court." Some time ago a judgment agains the Wabash railroad for »3,555,00 was taken upon that part or the roa< lying between Toledo and the Indi ana state line. The above telegram was sent out from Toledo yesterday which Is considered to be a bluff 01 the part of the Wabash, while taer may be a possibility of that compan building from Whitehouse to Mont pelier, connecting with the main line with the Chicago division, thus making the shortest time between Toledo and Chicago. KAILROAD NEWS. It is said that the Wabash is contemplating the building or a line from Toledo to Chicago. In the month of October contracts for building 60,000 freight cars of different descriptions were let. Blrt Flook, of Idaville, has secured a position as brakeinan on the Panhandle railroad out of Logansport. James Balcb, carpenter for the "Van" at Terre Haute, was murder- dered by footpads while walking on the street. The Vandalia is said now to be doing the heaviest business in its history, not only on the main line, but also on the Michigan division. The interchange mileage system is still frowued upon by the traveling At Dolan's Opera House Saturday NIftht Sert. The Gay Masqueraders" will be t Dolan's opera house Saturday uight. The performance opens with a cleverly written burlesque entitled, The Sporty Widow," which abounds n witty sayings and laughable situations. This is followed by a vaudeville performance, including the Hark Sisters in songs and dances; Mason and Hfialy, "the long and short of it;" Baker and Lynn, the Dutch comedy sketch artists; Nick Brown, the cornetlst; Frank Hammond, monologue artist, and Lorenze and Allen in song and the latest southern rag-time dances. As if to fill the bora of theatrical plenty to overflowing there is atlll more in the shape of an original oiirlesque, called "A Jay at Coney Island and the Female Bathers."' Here is where the stars of burlesque come in full force and concludes one of the most noteworthy productions of the year. Among the ladles who appear are, BmmaMauchester,Teddy Pasquelena, Minerva Healy, Stella Borland, Maude Clark, Nina DuBois, Bessie Burns, Jennie Mason, Lydia Brown, Louie Lynn and Allie Clark. 4 DAYS Wednesday. Thursday, Kriday. Saturday. PROT1N6 VERY COSTLY. Afiect- Extraordinary Cloak Selling Days . . . This will be an interesting event at the Golden Rule.The unseasonable weather has delayed the sales in our Mammoth Cloak Department. We must move these goods. The prices we are making for the above dates will do it or \ve miss our guess. AT $5.85 we will offer you a rough boucle Astrakhan Jacket ill Silk liued. 26 in length, the new sleeve and a regular Tailormade garment at f 5.85 AT $8.98 We -irill offer you these four Jays a fine imported KeTSey Jacket silk lined.new and the correct style, the latest sleeve and Klondyke collar at f 8.9S All our $20 and |25 fine Imported Coats all go at $12 and $15 00 Corresponding Reductions throughout this department. THE GOLDEN RULE. WORLD'S FAIR, CHICAGO, 1893 men. They are constantly meeting delays due to the extra work caused ticket agents, Of the 50,667 tons of east/bound freight sent outof Chicago last week, the Panhandle secured 9,799 tons, a larger proportion than any of the other eight lines. Passenger traffic on the western roads is rapidly increasing. Late reports show that recent earnings are far in advance of those of the corresponding period last year. A transportation official who has investigated the matter states that there are more fast trains run on Indiana roads than on the roads of any state in the union, or at least west of New Jersey. The eastern roads out of Chicago are much disappointed over the amount of business they aru securing. It has been decreasing for some time, and if it were not for the amount of westbound business the roads would find themselves la a bad position. President Osslao D. Ashley, of the Wabash railroad, is dangerously ill at his Lome in New York City. He is suffering from a complication of diseases, and it is feared because of his advanced age (sixty-five years) the illness will terminate fatally. An exchange is authority for the following: Beginning one week from Sunday Wabash passenger conductors will run through between Toledo and St. Louis. The distance is 450 miles. At present the runs are from Toledo to Danville, 111., 250 miles, and from Danville to St. Louis, 200 miles." The Pennsylvania company has just issued a dainty monogram of the "Pennsylvania limited." It is unique in that it ia illustrated by reproductions of photographs of actual scenes in a train which is making fifty miles an hour. Every phase of a passenger's life has been caught by a clever photographer, and the result is an interesting camera story of a trip from Chicago to New York. The old accommodation trains on the Wabash read, taken off three years ago, will be restored next Sunday, when a general change of time takes place on that line. These trams formerly ran between Fort Wayne and Lafayette, but under the new arrangement Fort Wayne and Springfield, 111., will be tbeii- terminals. The running time of other passenger ttaini will be •bortened. Indeterminate Sentence Statute Ing County Treasuries. Judges of circuit and criminal courts and prosecutors throughout ttie state report that the new indeterminate sentence law is very materially increasing the cost of the administration of the criminal laws and, necessarily, of the burdens of the courts by increasing the number of trial cases. They say that before the law was enacted a large per cent of the criminals'arrested plead guilty, hoping by this means to secure a lighter sentence than they would if prosecuted before juries, but under the new law, where the judges and juries cannot fix the measure of punishment they almost invariably go to trial, knowing that the duration of their sentence depends upon i.hetr conduct in prison, rather than upon the facts brought out before the court. Wnile the prison officials say the law makes better prisoners the court officials declare that it is adding greatly to the cost of the administration of the criminal law. JOHN McLNTOSH Will Not be Permitted tn Attend the Funeral of His Father. John Mclntosh, the murderer of Frank Pottmeyer, will not be permitted to attend the funeral of his father, the late Joseph D. Mclntosh, which will be held at i p. m. Friday from his late residence on Park avenue. Interment will be made" in Mt. Hope cemetery. Noble Notes. Mrs John Duboo is on the sick list. Mr. W, A. Light and family were guests at Mr. A. O. Brandt's on last Sunday. The festival at the Red school house last Friday evening, was cot very well attended, owing to the rainy weather. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller have returned to their home at Mooresburg, after a week's visit with relatives in this township. Mr. Joe Gibson will have a public sale Dec. 1, 1897. Mr. John Nefl will have a public sale November 29th, 1897. Mr. Neft and family will move to Alabama the first of December. There is to be an entertainment Iven at the Pleasant Valley school house, a mile west of Kenneth, by Miss Jennie Bruner, the blind, girl, on Saturday evening, November 20th, 1897, She will also have other assistants, and comic recitations and songs will be the prevailing feature of the evening. Admission 10 cents,. Fees for R. C. books. *** Elks' Memorial Services. Logansport lodge No. 66, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Is arranging a programme for the annual memorial services on the first Sunday in December. The exercises will be held in the lodge room, which will accommodate 1,000 people, and the public will be invited. Rev. J. A. McGlone, pastor of the Trinity Episcopal church at Anderson and secretary of Anderson lodge of Elfcs, Funeral of H. M. Eidson. The funeral of the late Esquire H. M. Eidson. was held this afternoon from the Stone school house in Tipton township. Interment was made in the Pipe Creek cemetery. TIpton lodge, F. and A. M., of which tbe deceased was a member, conducted their ritualistic exercises at the residence and sent a delegation with the remains to the church and cemetery. There was a large attendance at the funeral. __ The Weathur. Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday with rain in northern portion; warmer tonight. Must Bo. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's, Misses' and Children's SHOES, 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. ---Stevenson It"! 403 Broadway Klinsicl | THE BIQQEST MAN and the smallest m town, will gel equal satisfaction in the fit of M« clotbeslf our tap* line hu beet around him. We have a sort of pride (n fitting men that other ttllon can't please. It's tbe know-how that tells the taste, and our expert* ence and observation has given M that. Come in and look over oar stock of Fall Goods, and try not to bt anmed at the prices we quote. xT. HBJ3.Z. Tailor, 409 Market Street. • • » » » • * • * » « • * • « » • » • • FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exhibition. ; I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at price* that will astonish you. Such High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, RadUtors, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. J. ORISMOMD 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 R- Oarroll, 1222 BROADWA7, AS Is your linen, when it oomes honve from| Marshall's Laundry. will deliver the principal oration, and vocal mnsic will be furnished by the Ladies' quartette. A Sew Charter. The Continental Fraternal Union will start a new charter in Logansport this evening at Progress hall. There will be musical selections, gongs, eto. ; and an address by B. Mlohner Graves, of Richmond. The public is invited. Muoofe Sotice. Logansport Council Ho- 11, B. and S. M., will bold a stated convocation this Wednesday evening at 7:30. Business of Importance. All mem- ben are requested lo be there. No. 608 Broadway. Wa"on will call for us a trial. Both 'Phones 110. your work. Give If Jou Want lo be in the Swim You had better^le HOOLEY —Make Tour— Fall Suit Or Overcoat T i L He will Fit To* f When aU. othen faiL The "Domestic" Office. Now is tbe 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 tbe house. Tbe old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R. B WHITSRTT- dll winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street

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