Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Qloves, Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the new clasp. DO YOU EATjlEAT? Of course you do and you can buy the choicest cuts ot Wm. Rowe. Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247. E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLOUS, 316 Market Street. New Aluminite Rubber Plates. ^& SHANAHAN. Bun and Soils . . Second Hand Goods. Glre us *. call. 209 6th street Ev S- Hunt, —DENTIST— All the latest llscoveries in medicine and ppliances to relieve pain In extraction or flll- K of teetb. Modern methods, modern pricoa, on Fourth street. • O Telephone No. 328. W. J. Barnett, Succes80r w c - L - Wo11 Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. «7 Market street. Call, attended day or nlgnt. The finest outflr In the U. S. Col. C. L. "ou, will remain with mo. D .^__ 0 Office 16. Residence-Mutual, Phones 6o:c. u.ies. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— P H. Wipperman, »«;rourth Street Opp- Court House Entrance. New Uridertajcers 303 Market street. Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Charli a L. Well . Teleph DK. C. D. EVEESOLE'S DEETAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store. Corner of. Fourth aad Market Streets. McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHABOS THURSDAY. NOV. 11. 1S97. OITY JSLRWS Baked fish with oyster dressing and tomato sauce at Wandrel's. Hon. A. R. Shroyer went to New Castle today to visit his father and mother for a month. Mrs. Zophar Hunt, of Gas City, is in the city visiting Mrs. J. A. Seybold and Mrs. G. W. Fender. Adolph Schmidt, a representative of the Jung Brewing company, of Cincinnati, was In the city today. The cage for the passenger elevator in the Elliott building on Broadway arrived today acd was placed In position. Ike Sauer, bartender for M. J. Bllgn, started this morning for the Klondyke, expecting to return in about one year with a barrel of gold. Jerry Johns and Ben Symons, Kenneth quarrymen, and Thomas Rlley, of Mexico, Miami county, jilled last night while drunk, were discharged this morning on promises. This morning John J. HUdebrandt attempted to stock the Wabash river with a species of the duck family.but Maurice Wlnfleld, jr., destroyed the •'pltnl" by a well directed blow of a •tone. H. B. and William Benner, of Peru, were In the city yesterday afternoon looking for a horse, harness and baggy stolen from Them thre« weeks ago. They are of the opinion that a man named Martin, a partner •f the VanDynes, stole the outiltand •fer a reward of 130 for ita return. EEL KI7EE ELECTION The Road May Become a Part of the Wabash Aaln Lloe. Wabash May Abandon Its Toledo Line to Hold the Detroit Line. The annual meeting of the directors or the Eel River railroad company was held yesterday at Butler, Ind. The fallowing officers were elected: President—P. W. Crispro, of Boston, Mass. Secretary and Treasurer—P. W. Smith of Boston, Mass. General Manager—W. V. Troutman, of Butler, Ind. The stockholders and officers were all of the one opinion, that the line was too valuable to the Wabash for that company to allow it to be sold under the foreclosure sale now pending before the Indiana supreme court to any other company, and the foreclosure will be fought to a finish. ID fact, it, is given out ttat the Wabash will make It its main line in the event of the Ohio line to Toledo being sold under the Compton judgment, which now seems assured. KA1LEOAD NEWS. C. L. Case, a freight brakeman on the Panhandle, is off duty on account of illness. The Pennsylvania lines have twice the freight equipment of the average railway system and yet are now short of all kinds of cars to till orders. In 1896 the Panhandle company furnished employment for 54 through freight crews. Now there are but 17. The reduction was due to the Increased size of the locomotives. A rumor has gained currency to the effect that, the Wabasu railroad would move it* locomotive shops.now at Springfield, 111., to Decatur,where the car department Is established. The Wabash passenger department will In a few days send out calendars for 1898 which, it Is stated, will be the most attractive of any yet issued by this road, which Is saying a good deal, as the Waoash passenger department has displayed much talent in this direction. Tbe statement was made the other day that the new mogul engines in use on the main line of the Tandalia pleased the company as well as the men called upon to operate them. This appears to have been an exaggeration, for yesterday but six of the twenty-sir engines were fit for service. The others were In the shops at Terre Haute for repairs. ' Tbe engines are also sucrrrough movers that when the men can they ride in the tank. Deer Hnnters Return. The party of ten deer hunters who went from Peru to Minnesota some weeks ago, returned this afternoon. They camped in the woods a hundred miles northwest of Duluth. The weather was pleasant moit of the time and they killed one moose, seven deer, one wolf, one fox and much smaller game. The following Cass county hunters were among the party:" George Reed, George Mitchell, Mortimer Smith, Lewis Little and Thomas Little. Neighborhood Quarrel. Mrs. Margaret Potthoff and Mrs. Amelia Richie are neighbors up in Jerusalem. They quarreled and Mrs. Recble caused the arrest of Mrs. Potthofl upon the charge of assault and battery. Esquire Laing heard the evidence today, and concluding that it was nothing but a simple quarrel,told the principals to go home and behave themselves, Returned. Major S. L. McFadin returned last evening from Knox, Starke county. He went over from Winamac to Knox Monday in a carriage. It was very cold and wet. He returned overland last night to Winamac and is suffering with a very severe cold. He regrets very much that be was not here to attend the funeral of his life-long friend, Esquire H. M. Eidson. The Harrey Case On. The case of the state against Willard Harvey for the alleged unlawful pointing of a gun at George B.Forgy, is on trial in the circuit court before Judge Chase and a jury. The offiense is alleged to have been committed while Mr. Forgy was al the Harvey farm, In Boone township, on business. Nichols Get Judgment. In the circuit court today Judge Chase ruled on the attachment suit of T.W. Nichols against Michendorf, awarding plaintiff judgment for $66. Mr. Nichols was In Michendorf's employ, and falling to receive commissions on sales, attached a barrel of whisky. The Elks Band. The Elks band will meet tomorrow nlffht for practice In the old band room over Ben, Fisher's drag store on Fourth rtreet. SAM SMTH. Director. ADDITIONAL ITEMS- Hot and cold soda at Porter's. All kinds of g»me served to order. —Wandrel. Ladies' very finest rubbers 25c, the 50c kind—The New Otto. 115,000 worth of shoes are now being sold at Walden's bankrupt sale. C. C. BoffafaD'; firemen at Long- cliff, is enjoying a few weeks' vacation. Miss Grace Winklebleck's dancing club will meet tonigbt at the G. A. R. hall. E. E. Pitman, of the firm of Hillock & Pitman, went to New Castle today on business. The cold wave that swept over Lo- g-aosport today brought the the-- mometer down to within sixteen degrees of freezing tnis afternoon. Charles Sarlp 1 , a prosperous young farmer of Tipton tnwopbfp, was In the city today. He has just finished a handsome barn and is now at work on a large corn crib. Daisy Allen, who was arrested while attempting to buy a revolver with which to take the life of her lover, Joe Ross, a Kenneth quarryman, is now In charge of friends north of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua LaRose, of Clay township, are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary today. Mr. LaRose la a veteran of the Mexican war, and he and his estimable wife have a host of admiring friends. Through the courtesy of Dr. Rogers, the northern Insane hospital will make a floral display at the chrysanthemum show next week, at the Masonic temple. Gustav H. Minx, the hospital florist, will be In charge. The funeral of the late Mrs. William H. Standley will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from the residence, No. 203 west Market street, Rev. Dr. Putnam officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. A very pleasant surprise was perpetrated on Miss Maggie Grady last evening at her home on Indiana street by a number of her friend. Refreshments were served and the evening passed at dancing and other social amusements. Sidney Kaufman expressed a few samples from hU bankrupt purchase in Cincinnati, prominent among which are tan and black, extra fine, Invisible cork sole shoes, for men, worth $5 and 16, for $2 98. He wired the Otto Shoe and Clothing company to look for the entire stock tomorrow, or latest Saturday morning. GREATEST OF ALL TRUSTS. It Is the Political Trust, and Ita Object Is to Control Politics With Money. We have a Sugar trust, a Standard Oil trust, an Iron and Steel trust, a Whisky trust, a Cordage trust and other trusts, the names of which would fill out this column, says the Cincinnati Enquirer. They are all formed upon the basis that competition, while it is good for the public, is bad for the stockholders. A scheme is said to be on foot to pool all the trunk railroads in the country into one great trust which shall own the majority of the stock in each road. Then there would be no competition between the roads because they would all be controlled by one ownership. Railroad rates could then be put np high enough to take "all that the traffic will bear," which is to say that the rates could be raised up to the point beyond which nobody would ship any freight. Then could be realized the ideal railroad prosperity, which could echo the words of the greatest of the railroad magnates who said, "The public be damned I" Then there is the Gold trust —the trust of trusts. It is from its pool that all other trusts must slake their thirst. It is the vampire that feeds upon the lesser vampire. All these organizations are in peril of their lives unless they can control the government They canuot afford to have inquisitive men placed in power because they cannot safely submit to investigation, and so a great political trust has beeu formed to avert this danger. For many years single trusts and corporations have placed an agent in congress and state legislatures here and them All the great railroad states were known to have strong railroad lobbies This invited many people of the baser sort to struggle for eeats in congress and the legislatures as an occupation. Bnt last year saw the inauguration of a stupendous movement to control the politics of the United States with money. There was no concealment about it The trusts of the coon Cry and the great railroad corporations and banking institutions appointed Marcus A. Hanna to carry the bag which they would fill with money for him to spend in the capture of the government outright. He dominated the national Republican convention by convincing its delegates that if they would name the candidate and adopt the platform dictated by him he would make money run like a river to control the election. He was allowed to have his way. Thus was organized a great political trust which blotted out the Republican party an<J usurped its.£la£e, Ticket Scalping Good i* D«*d. Chicago, Nov. 11,—TJn'liei States Senator Cullom. chairman of the senate committee on lEterstate commerce, has prepared a report on tictet scalping, the result of which, he says, will be to send the bill for the * -prohibition of ticket Bcalplagr through-irfth a rush as, scon as consre<* raeets. . ^ Our Shoes Fit Like-gloves And they wear Like Iron. "We treat our customers Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want Four trade. Elias Winter. Department of Pen Art Hall's Business College has engaged Mr. Andrew Frederick to take charge of the Penmanship classes. His time will be devoted exclusively to this line of work. Lofransport needs a First Class School of Pen Art, and we takeplesiure in announcing that we are DOW prepared to give the very bett instruction that can be had. Mr. Frederick Is a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. Columbus, 0-, and was an irstructor in that school until engaged by Hail's Business College, C. F. MOORE, Pres. Han's Business College, Second and Third floor, KeystoneBuildinp. Logransport, Ind. Lovely Trimmed Ha,ts and Bonnets. Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,-^- 517 Broadway near Sixth Logansport, Indiana. NOT A PROUD RECORD. ^ What Elcht Months of McKlnley Knla Have Accomplished. - • During the campaign last year the most distinct pledges were given by, everybody connected with the Republican party that if the people would elect) McKinloy and place the Republican party in power confidence would be restored, prosperity would return, and everything would go on swimmingly, says the Atlanta Constitution. The Republicans declared that there was a lack of confidence abroad, and that as soon as Mr. McKinley was installed foreign capital would begin to flow in this direction. How has this pledge been fulfilled? During the less than eight months'of Mr. McKinley's administration more foreign capital has been withdrawn from investment in American securities than the whole of our immense wheat crop amounts to! If this is a record to be proud of, Mr. McKinley.and his party should be filled with pride,today. Most wonderful to relate, too, the only note or sign of prosperity that the country has witnessed has resulted front a cause which the Republicans denounced most bitterly during the campaign—namely, the cheapening of the dollar, the depreciation of the currency. For a time we have had a 50 cent dollar as compared with wheat and wool, and the outcome of this depreciation has been so stimulating that even the "sound money" men have been compelled to approve and applaud it. We are led to make these remarks by the gloomy views of Mr. Pierre Lorillard. the millionaire snuff maker who for two years has been hobnobbing •with the princes and potentates of Europe. Mr. Lorillard informed a press reporter before leaving England for America that European capitalists have so utterly lost confidence in the United States that they cannot be persuaded to invest a cent in the railroads and other business interests in this country and have withdrawn, all their investments The true composition of Cleveland's baking powder is plainly printed on every can. That's honest; that's fair. You know what you are eating when you use Cleveland's. Guarantee* Orooan u« anthorlMd t* gtrt buck your money if jam. d« M* find Clerel«nd'» th» fe«*t taktaf powder yon hmr* tnr BMd. Cl«T*fesd Baking Powte Cfc, K.T. Tailor and Draper, thisjopportunlty to order your Winter Overcoat, c You will need It before-long. We have such a choice selection of fabric*, from the best woolen*mills of the world, that w« arTmaking up Into ityllsh and handsome overcoats, at euch a reasonable price that we would like to take your measure at once. Our reputation for high grade custom work speaks for itself. Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St, BANKRUPT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Having bought the Walden Shoe stock at assignee sale, I will proceed to close out the entire stock at prices you have read about, but never came in contact with THIS IS NO FAKE SALE, fBut the goods must be sold to meet deferred payments and I will sell these goods at just • =:i=3 Less Than Wholesale Cost * • You cannot afford to miss this sale. If you don't need them now, you will in a few days. Is there any INVESTMENT that will PAY YOU AS MUCH? Tim wholesale slaughter sale commenced Monday, November^ 8th. M. WALDEN, 315'Fourth^Street, Logansport, Ind. AMUSEMENTS. TvOLAN'S OPERA-HOUSE. Saturday, [November 13. First Appearance here of Cue Hill's GAY MASQUERADERS Hi"h class Vaudeville, Comedy and Spectacular, 10 Rig Specialty Acts, Handsome Worn™, Funny Comedians and GREAT SHOW. Direct from the Chicago? Opera House. Prlces-^Sc, 35c, 50c and 75c, Seats on sale at Johnston's; diug store. except from such industries as breweries. Mr. Lorillard thinks he has discovered the secret of this lack of confidence. " If it were not for the socialistic forces,'' he says, "the United States would command millions of money now idle in Europe." It is funny to hear a snuff- maker complaining about "socialistic forces, " but that is a matter of taste. What are these "socialistic forces?" Why, simply the common people, the honest masses, the voters, the men who toil and create wealth to be enjoyed by others more fortunate. The only socialism ertant in this country today is the right of the people to choose their own rulers, the right of self government. And it is this power of the common people to govern themselves and the country that alarms Europe and frets the worthy tobacconist who spends so much of his time in Europe. Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit tor you tliat for Price, Style and Fit cannot be beaten. 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'g. now«r Doilies. Flower doilies are easily made and are very pretty, and if the center cloth, is embroidered with the same flowers the effect is harmonious. In suggestions given in the New York Tribune the larger flower shows the method of the work. In this instance the material is the finest ecru grass cloth; each petal is buttonhole stitched with pink embroidery silk and the shadings and veinings delicately indicated with fine floss. The pattern is supposed to represent a holly- PATTEESB FOB IXOTFZR DOHIU. hock, but it will easily be «een by the outlines of a rose, pansy and sunflower how other flowers may be adapted to the round shape that is necessary. A simple way of obtaining a flat pat- tan of flowers or leave* tuggeoted by the authority quoted is to hare two canes the «ame nze and to THE SHINING LIGHT —The New— Wheeler I Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent. No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, gore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. The Finest and Best method of CKOWN and BBIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit: Jte£-No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to b« supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, T\T7'M'T*TC'FI 3111-2 Fourth St. JjniN 1 IO 1 l arrange a pattern or a single flower or leaf between them, pressing them flat- If the would be designer is no drafta- woman, the upper piece of glass may b* of the game transparent ground flaw that is used for children's alatea, the outlines of the flower* beneath. 1 on it* cnrface. On the rssunipllon of the Atone o* tie lower house of the Austrian relcfca- rath yesterday there was a renewal of the (Jlatttrtane* and conflicts which have marked the recent sessions, r»«n1t1nc In another suipenalon. In KD endeavor to jlvml the gentlemen •wtM Meal r«d-hot *tove* atoam eD(ta«» and th« like, somebody hltohed a team of hoT*M to a load of nay at Chicago by J. H. Irk and the *ta«r faod '
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