Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 11, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 11, 1897
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DAILY PHAROS THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1897. OITYTSIB.WS. Apples lOc peok at Foley's. Plenty eggs, Rothermel, Friday. Fresh pineapples 15c each—Foley. Tbe only hot soda in the city at Porter's. New citron,lemon and orange peel. —TVaut. Ladles' finest rubbers 25c at the Now Otto. Will Fuller returned last evening to Marlon. Trunks and traveling bags cheap at Krels Bros. Fresh fish at Vincent Kardes' on Third street. Our very choicest potatoes 55c, full bushel.—Traut. New York counts served to order at all bourn—Wandrel. Judge Winfleld went to Knox this afternoon on legal business. $15,000 worth of shoes are now being sold at Walden's bankrupt sale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Grusenmeyer, of the Southslde, a son. Qulnn Smith, of Shumway, Ills., is In the city visiting his aunt, Mrs. M. C. Wade. Watch the New Otto front Saturday for real bankrupt shoes at bankrupt prices. A valuable cow belonging to the Sisters of St. Joneph's hospital died this morning. Landlord Keller, of the Barnett hotel, has returned from u business trip to Chicago. R. G. Rutter, of Warsaw, a brother of Mrs. Walter Uhl, IB in the city on business. Take a look at the show window of Dykeman's bakery. It will make a fat man hungry. Frank Beamer, the expert cook at Louie Wandrel'e restaurant, went quail hunting today. Miss Fay Rolston, who has been visiting In the city, has returned to her home at Hebron. Work on the foundation of the new Ferguson building on Market street, Is progressing rapidly. John M. Baker has changed and improved the interior of his bar room at the Columbia hotel. Miss May Hurley, of 213 Eel River avenue, has returned from a visit with friends at Marion. Indianapolis is going to adopt the Plngree plan of allotting potato patches to the unemployed. John L. Huber, who was a guest of Hon. H. P. Blddle, returned today, to his home at Tiffin, O. For rent.—P. H. McGreevy's bouse on High street. Good well, cistern, barn and outbuildings—John W. Me- Greevy, attorney. Daniel Corydon, the well-known street contractor, whose right foot was injured two months ago, Is able to be around again. If you want pictures go to headquarters. Logansport Wall Paper Company has the best selection in the city at lowest prices. Misses Ella Bloomenthaler and Mayme and Dora Hartman have returned, from Wabash where they visited Mrs, Harry Kllue, New improved bulldog tan shoes, heavy copper eyelets, heavy strings, double sole and invisible cork sole, worth |6 for $2,98 at the New Otto. J. F. Brennan is back at his old stand on Twelfth stieet and would like to have his friends and former patrons give him a call when in need of drugs or anything in his line. Take a bite and let the flavor convince you that Fox's XXXX Square Wafers are the best crackers you ever put in your mouth. That's the way to know. There is no other way. Contractor August Gleitz has almost completed tbe stone abutments for the small Iron bridge that Is to span Twelve Mile creek, In Bethlehem township, just north of Metea, on the Michigan pike. Louie Wandrei, who recently purchased the lunch counter and dinlog hall at the Columbia hotel, has rearranged and refurnished the same in splendid style. He now has one of the neatest places of the kind ever opened in Logansport. COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT A. Big Sensation at County. Tlosa, Fulton Tliere Were the Tnree In the Leader Resisted. and At Ticsa, Fulton county, yesterday, Sherift Frank DiHon arrested Martin Wilson, Edward Foster and Perry Wilson, and the prisoners were taken to Indianapolis today to aaswer the charge of counterfeiting. A quantity of spurious coin waa found. Perry Wilson,the leader of the gang, made desperate resistance before being taken, and fired a revolver at Sheriff Dillon several times, but the officer escaped injury. Tioss is five miles north of Rochester, and the arrest of the crooKs caused great excitement In that locality. THE WALTON OIL FIELD Contract Let for Drilling Two to VY. 8. Freeman Wells Company Has Nearly Two Thousand Acres of Land Leased Near Walton. The Bunker Hill Oil and Gas company with a capital stock of $15,000, divided Into shares of 1500 each, all of which has been sold to citizens of Cassand Miami counties, has let the contract for drilling two wells. The first well will be drilled in Walton,or near the town, and the work of drilling will begin as soon as the machinery can v be placed in position. The contract"for drilling two wells has been let to W. S. Freeman, of Celina, O. The company has leased nearly 2,000 acres of land In the immediate vicinity of Walton. Citizens of Bunker Hill hold «6,000 of stock in the company, Converse people 13,500, and the remaining 85,500 is owned by residents of Tipton township. The Casa county stockholders are J. H. Wendling, Daniel Bonn, G. W. Bishop, sr., Ed Wendling, W. D. Wendling, Alfred Lynch, 0. F. Wendling, Oliver Kesling, G. S. Wendling and Charles Flanagan. Dr. L. S. Wallace, of Bunker Hill, is president of the company and J. E. Smith, the Panhandle agent at Bunker Hill, is secretary and treasurer. The offices of the company are at Bunker Hill. An assessment of 12J per cent of the capital stock has been made and paid in. BUCK STANLEY And His Temperance Work it Green. wood, Lad. Patrick Murpny, of Indianapolis, who established a quart shop at Greenwood, Ind., has quit business and returned to Indianapolis. His place was dynamited several weeks ago, and the work of rebuilding was begun, but the opposition which continually manifested Itself, coupled with the fact that the T/. C. T. U. had engaged Back Stanley, the Logansport temperance evangelist for a series of meetings influenced Mur- pby that the game was not worth th candle. The W. C. T, U. maintained ice cream parlors and sold oysters b which to raise funds to fight the sal of intoxicants, and these 'Industrie will be continued, the profit* to banked Tor the benefit of the nex quart shop wtilch comes along. A BIG SDM Demanded by Aetna Life tbe Stale From toe Insurance Company. It is Alleged tbat Back Taxes to the Amount of $25,000 Are Due. A ferret from Cincinnati was yesterday engaged by the state of Indiana for the purpose of collecting a large sum of taxes and fees due the state from the Aetna Life Insurance compay. It Is stated that the company is supposed to owe the state about $25,000 in fees and taxes that the state failed to collect during the period between 1880 and 1890. According to the terms of the contract the ferret Is to receive 25 per cent upon the first $2,000 collected and his percentages are graded from tbat on down to 5 per cent. How the company came to be allowed to fall behind to such an ex tent as this is not known, except to tbe state officers, and they declined yesterday to discuss the matter, saying that it was not yet ready for pub lication. FOUR INDICTMENTS Returned Against tbo Elkhart County Commissioners. It Is All«ged That They Accepted Bribe from Bridge Bnllderg. The grand jury of Elkhart county have found four Indictments agalns the county commissioners for taking bribeu. It Is supposed the bribe were mainly offered by bridge builders who appear to be notoriously corrup in their efforts to secure work. It 1 charged by the defaulting treasure that $50.00 was paid the commis stoners for allowing a $150 'bill There is altogether too much of such work going on throughout the state and it Is high time for the grand juries to take cognizance of ^mure o it. The organized efforts to bribe township trustees and |such official often go to a shameful and dangerous extent. CHICAGO MARKETS Jan., opened, 14.30 low, $4.30; closed at THE MULLEN CLUB. Logansport Has a Jiew liatlon. Social! Organ- Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO.I893 A new social organization, -'The Mullen Club," was formed last night, and the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing six months: President—Major Daniel Mullen, \ 7 ice President—W. H. Schrader. Treasurer—C. O. Davis. Financial Secretary—Julius Wagner. KecordiDg Secretary—Arthur McKewen. Trustees—O. D. Gardner, Pbil Ohase and Frank Helvie, The following committee was appointed to find a suitable club room: Lou Schrader, Geo, Schubach and Frank Bergman. Arrangements were made for a banquet and clam bake to take place at an early date. The Mullen club derives Its name from Maj. Danl. Mullen, one of the most popular baggage Masters on the Panhandle. Boston baked Beans Taken out of your well by Big John. Received l>a»y by W. W. JHlner, a 9. A. B. Bnlldlng. Chicago, Nov. 11,:-1897. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 92|c high, 93&c; low, 92Jc; closed, 93jc Wheat—For May, open, 89£@S9|c high, 91Jc; low, 89J@89Jc; closed at 9l}c. Corn—For Dec;., opened, 26i-c. high, 27c; low, 26Jc; closed at 27c, Oats—Dec. opened, 19Jc: high, 20c low, 19Jc; closed, 20c. Rye—Dec. opened, 47c; high, 48c low, 47c; closed, 4Sc. Pork—For Jan, opened, 17.37 high, $7.45; low, $7,37; closed at |7.45. Lard—For high, $4.35; 14.35. Eibs—For Jan., opened, »4.37 high, 14.37; low, 14.35; closed at $4,37. flogs today, 37,000; left over, 8, 800; estimated for tomorrow, 30,000 Market opened steady; closed steady. Mixed, $3.40@«3t>5; heavy, «3.20 @3.65; rough, I3.20@I3,30; light, $3.40@3.65. Receipts of cattle, 7,500; sheep, 12,000. Cattle and sheep, steady. Dec. wheat—Curb, 91c; puts, 90J @90|c; calls, 92£@93c. THE CBOOK3 WELL. Drill Goine Downward at tbe Rate of 100 Feet Per Day. The news from the Crooks well in Adams township Is that the contractors are having good luck and the drill has now reached a depth of nearly 500 feet. If no obstacles are encountered, Trenton rock will be reached early next week. Late Deaths. Esther, the 5-month3-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd, died at 11 o'clock this morning at the family residence, No. 429 Burlington avenue. The time of the funeral will be announced tomorrow. Miss Cora, eldest daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Fernen Tucker, of No. 812 Wabash avenue, died at 10 o'clock last evening of typhoid fever, aged 17 years. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Clymers Station, Bev. H. C. Kendrick officiating. The funeral cortege will leave the house at 11 o'clock. Interment will be made at Clymers. 4 DAYS Wednesday. Th urs d atj , Saturday. Attention, St. George Commandery. All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St, John are hereby ordered to be present tomorrow evening at the armory at 8:00 o'clock. CHAI B. P. 0. Elks. Regular meeting tonight of Logansport lodge No. 66, B. P. O. Elks. H. J. McSHBKHT, E. B. O. A. MXAXS, Secretary. Tb« Weather. Fair and colder tonight with freezing temperature in central and north xrtlona; Friday fair. 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. We must move these goods. The prices we are making- for the above dates will do it or we miss our guess. AT $5.85 we will offer you a rough boucle Astrakhan Jacket all Silk lined, 26 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 Kersev Jacket siJk lined,new and the correct style, the latest sleeve and Klondyke collar at $8.98 AU our $20 and $25 fine Imported Coats all go at $12 and $13.00 Corresponding Reductions throughout this department. THE GOLDEN RULE. Attention, St. Matthew'^ Commander/, Knights of St. John. Yon are hereby ordered to report at armory Friday evening, November 12, at 8 o'clock sharp. Every Sir Knight who Intends to retain Bhis membership must be present or, tall- ing to report, his resignation will be implied. JNO. R. Fox, Capt. A Clerks' Union. A meeting will be held at the council chamber at 3 p. m. Sunday for the purpose of organizing a retail clerks' union. All retail clerks Of the city are urged to be present. r Mu5t Eo. 500 hundred pairs < > of Men's, Women's, Boy's. Misses' and Children's THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, will fM equal satisfaction in the fit of Mt clothes if our tap* line has tarn around him . We have a sort of prld* in fitting men that other tailor* can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taite. and our experience and observation hat given M that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b« amazed at the prices we quote. 409 Tailor, Market Street. »+»»»»»»»»»•»•»•«»••»»*»»»»••»•««•»««»•••••«••••••«» 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. Stevenston KlinsicU 403 Broadway w FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exhibition. I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at prJce» that will astonish you. Such High Grade Oaks as Eadiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, Odorless Heaters, Radidtors, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. H. xT. ORISMOMD 312 Market Street. FALL AND White Snow Is your linen when it comes home from| Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a tria,L- ~~:. fy.-3ou Wan&.... £ 1o be in the Swim, I You had betterle HOOLEY ! — Make Tour — Fall Suit Or Overcoat I He will Fit Yo« When all othen faiL 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- Garroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is tbe time to provide yourself 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 excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSRTT Fall winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street

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