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November 13, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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DAILYJPHABOS SATURDAY. NOV. 13. 1897. OITYNRWS. See Quigley's show window. Dressed chickens 8Je—Traut. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Plenty grapes and celery—J. J- R> Special attractions at the Bee Hive tonight. Trunks and traveling bags cheap at Krels Bros Our family floor, $1.75 per hun- drek—Traut. Foley has some good things to offer this evening. Pork and beans for lunch at opera house saloon tonight. Miss LUlle Decker, of Frankfort, la visiting in the city. Don't forget our choice potatoes, 55c; full oushel—Traut. Leland M. Tefft and Ella Friend have been licensed to wed. Money to loan, large or small amounts. —0. O. Fenton, 2224th at. County Clerk Flynn has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis. Cleaning and dyeing la first class fashion by Krigbaum Bros., 419 5thst When you are down town drop Into Quigley's and take home a nice tact candy. Just received, choice Florida oranges, malaga grapes, dates and flgs—Traut. Mrs. J. K. Walts went to Chicago , yesterday afternoon to receive medl cal treatment. Fricasseed chicken and sauerkraut at the B. & M. tonight. M. Wag ner's old stand. The ladles of St. Bridget's church are busy arranging for the bazaar to be opened on the 23d. Special sale on rennlssance and spatchel work doylies and scarfs at tbe Bee Hive tonight. Ljman Kllborn, of Eel Blver avenue, who has been sick with typhoid fever, Is reported improving. Thomas Flynn, of Deer Creek township, was In the city yesterday en route to Indianapolis to serve on the federal jury The Ladies Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors will serve a 15 cent supper this evening, Nov. 13th,at their hall in the Jordan block. Mrs. W. T. Myers, of Linden avenue, entertained Thursday evening In honor of her guests, Mrs. Lee Traut and Mrs. Fred Hopper, of Terre Haute. Something out of the ordinary occurred yesterday at the home of Fred Vance, at No. 1212 Market street. A night blooming cereus bloomed in broad daylight. Shultz & Snyder, ot Tlpton town ship, have just finished a 72-foot well for Madison Reed, at Adamsboro. There Is an abundance ot good water and Mr. Reed values the well a,t$500. Good anywhere at any season or any hour, on any occasion. No rest for Fox's XXXX Square Wafer Butter Crackers. They are in demand everywhere all the time by all who know how good they are. We are showing the largest and best selected line of upholstered goods in the city, also cobbler and saddler seat rockers. See our gond ola couches. Everything new and up- to-date—Cummings & Morgan, city building, corner Third and Broadway. A me st profitable evening can be spent at Dolan's play house Tuesday evening November 16th, when the great historical play, "Madame Sans Gene," will be presented. ;Tnls comedy treats of the time, of Napoleon the great, and is replete with scenes from the life of the first emperor of the French. In tbe case of the state against Willard Harvey, charged with point Ing a gun at George B. Forgy, the defendant alleged that he had leased thirty-two acres of the land In con troversy between his father, Hiram Harvey, and Mr. Forgy, and had planted It in corn; that on October 18th, after Mr. Forgy 'Bad broken doWD a gate opening into the fielc for the purpose of taking possession of a part of the corn, he (Willard Harvey), after a third warning to leave tbe premises, pointed a shot gun at Mr. Forgy. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRiCE'S CREAM B&KI8S POWDER WORLD'S FAlk, CHICAGO, 1893 ELECrEIC K010 PROJECT. lloser Intercourse With Oar Neighbors on the South Desired. At a meeting of the directors of the Logansport Business Mens' association last night the matter of constructing an electric railway from Jogansport to Young America and Burlington was under consldeiation. The matter assumes ucusual Importance now in view of the fact that Kokomo capital- ,sts contemplate building an jlectrle line from Kokomo to Young America and have already acquired the right of way over the public highway leading to these points through Howard county. There is no doubting the fact that should the project be carried out, it will seriously affect Logansport Interests by diverting much trade away from this city, and our only means of counteracting such results 19 by securing the construction of a line' of road from this city to the rich agricultural region to the south of us. Estimates of the cost of constructing such a line were considered at the meeting last night. From the most reliable figures to be obtained, the cost of construction and equipment will reach between iti.OOO and f 7,000 per mile. The right-of-way could be secured at little cost. It is believed that outside capital could be obtained for constructing the road if our own people should contribute enough to set the project in motion. It was deemed advisable to call a public meeting to ascertain the feelings of the public In regard to the enterprise, and with such purpose In view a meeting of citizens has been called for Monday evening, Nov. 22d. In the meantime an effort will be made to find out what encouragement the leading property owners of the city will lend to the enterprise. CHR?SAI»TBEMDJI SHOW. Musical ProKrainme to be Rendered at Masonic Temple. Following is the programme for the annual chrysanthemum show to oe held at the Masonic temple for three nights, beginning next Tuesday evening'. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 16 . Fornofl's orchestra. Quartette—"The Chimes"—Misses Frances Lux, Edna Stevens, Mae Howe, Abble Howe. Vocal sole—Mr. Elchhorn. Vocal solo—Miss Frances Lux. Recitation—Miss Blanche Elliott. Vocal solo—Miss Edna Stevens. Fornofl's orchestra. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 17. Stelnhart's orchestra. March—"Grand Rapids." Selection—"Carnival." Waltz—"Sunbeam." Overture—"Zampi." Gallop—"Cannon Ball." Selection — "Southern Kacollec- tions." March—"El Capitan." Waltz—"Ocean Waves." Overture—"Marltaua." Ch aracterlstic—"Chinese." Schottlsche—"Chrysanthemum." March—"The Thunderer." THURSDAY EVENING NOV. 18. Orchestra—Longcltff. Vocal solo—Miss Barker. Piano duett—Misses McMullen and Alexander. Quartette—Treble Clef Quartette, Mrs. McConnell, Mrs. Shultz, Miss Meek, Miss Tucker. Violin solo—Mr. Charles Cope. Vocal solo—Mr. W. T. Giffe. Orchestra. A children's matinee Thursday afternoon from three until five o'clock. Programme will be published later. m., a Christian conference. Mrs. M. F. Murphy will speak. Subject, 'Our Homes." At 8 p. m. a free salvation meeting. Captaiu Murphy will speak. Suoject, "A Modern David." Everybody welcome. Admission free. CHICAGO M4.RKETS Received DaUj by W. W. MUner, at 6. A. B. Building. Chicago, j$ov. 13, 1397. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 93jc: high, 94tc; low, 93Jc; closed, 94Jc. Wheat—For May, opened, 90£c; high, 90ic; low, 90c; closed at 90c. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26Jc; high, 26|c; low, 26|c; closed at 26*c. Oats—Dec. opened, 20J@20c: high, 20Jc; low,20c; closed, 20ic. Rye—Dec. opened, 48c; high, 48c; low, 47|c; closed, 47jc. Pork—For Jan. opened, 17,32; high, 17.37; low, $7.32; closed at $7.35.- Lard—For Jan., opened, 14.32; high, $4.32; low, $4.32; closed at 14.32. Ribs—for Jan., opened, 14.32; high, 14 32; low, 14,30; closed at |4,30. Hogs today, 17.000; left over, 6,000; estimated for Monday, 43,000. Estimated for next week, 190,000. Market opened steady; closed slow, but steady. Mixed, |3.40@t365; heavy, »3.20 @3 65; rough, S3.20@I3.30; light, Receipts of cattle, 500; sheep, 6,000. Sheep and cattle steady. Dec. wheat—Curb, 90Jc; puts,—; calls,—c. RAILROAD BREVITIES. Bethlehem Sunday School Convention. Tbe Sunday schools of Bethlehem township will meet with the Betble hem M E. church in their second quarterly convention, on Saturday, Nov. 20th, afternoon and evenicg. Devotional exercises begin at 2 p. m., conducted by the superintendent. First subject—"Who Ought to be in the Sunday School?"—Bev. Kent, followed by Mr. Kreider. Second subject—"What are We Doing?"—Rev. Hughes, followed by Mr. Bookwaiter. The evening session opens at 7 o'clock, with devotional exercises, conducted by the superintendent. Subject for the evening—"Influence, Why to Get It, How to Get It and How to Use It"—Rev. Smith, followed by Mr. Klngery. Music. Foot Ball Accident, While playing foot ball this morn- Ing Wm. Kearney, the 12-year-old son of Edward Kearney, had his right leg broken in two places, at the ankle and about midway between the knee and ankle. Dr. Ballard was called. Volunteers of America. A grand temperance rally will be held this evening at the Volunteer's armory, 313 Third street, at 8 p. m. Dr. Stewart will deliver a temperance lecture. Good music and new temperance songs. Meetings will be held u follows tomorrow: At » p. A DAYS Short Items of Interest Gathered From Many Sources. The Panhandle will change time a week from tomorrow. For four weeks in succession the Panhandle has led in east-bound tonnage out of Chicago. The Monon will take off its Sunday train between Chicago and Louisville, as the same has been doing little less than local traffic. It is a well known fact that the Wabash railroad runs the fastest mall train la the world from Toledo west. This train passes through Logansport at a little after 8 o'clock in the evening- On the state railways in Germany the carriages are painted according to the colors of the tickets of their respective classes. First-class carriages are painted yellow, second-class green and third-class white. By the change of time on the Wabash tomorrow, a new line of sleep- Ing and dining cars will be run daily both ways between Kansas City, St. Louis and Buffalo, and from thAnce to New York. The already fast running time between Kansas City and St. L&uis and Toledo will be shortened forty minutes. The new train between Detroit and Chicago will be run on very fast time. A HEW PASTOR. Her. Blederwolf Accepts a Call to the Pulpit of the Broadway Pres- bjterian Church. The Broadway Presbyterian church nas a new minister. Rev. W. E. Biederwolf, of Montlcello, has accepted the call which was given him some three weeks ago by the congregation with great unanimity. He will preach his first sermon a week from tomorrow, and will move his family here soon. The new pastor is about 30 years old and was born and raised at "Montlcello. He was educated at Wabash and Princeton colleges and the Theological seminary and also studied abroad for one year and afterward engaged in evangelical work in New York city. To his splendid education is added the gift' ot earnest and forcible oratory. He at first hesitated about accepting the Logansport call, for tne reason that he desires to continue his studies and did not feel that he should take so much work on his shoulders. Wednesday. Thursday, Kridaij, Saturday. Extraordinary Cloak Selling Days . . . This will be an interesting event at. the Golden Rule.The unseasonable weather has delayed tbe sales in our Mammoth Cloak Department. We must mov,e 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 TaUorrnade garment at $ 5.85 AT $8.98 We will oSer you these four i3»ys a fine imported Kersey Jacket silk lined,new and the correct style, the latest sleeve and Klondyke collar at f 3.98 All our $30 and $25 fine Imported Coats all go at $12 and $15 00 Corresponding Reductions throughout this department. THE GOLDEN RULE. Items From Noble. There was an ice cream festival held at East Sandrldge Friday evening, November 12th, for the purpose of raising money with which to purchase Y. P. R. C. books. Mrs. John Myers and daughter, of Peru, visited with J. A. Higgina and family. Mr. and Mrs. D D. Morrison have returned home after a few days' visit at Kokomo with the latter's nelce. Mrs. Mattle Watts, lately of township, is now a resident ot tbe city. _ Must Bo. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's, Misses' and Children's odd sizes, clean,fresh goods that must be sold for less than Manufacturers cost. Don't fail to take advantage of the Greatest Sacrifice in tbe shoe history of Logansport. Stevenson Aru 4C3 Broadway White A Horse Killed Itself. One of a team of valuable horses purchased by John Easty at Eokomo, for M, Schneeberger's livery stable, killed itself this morning at George Schaefer's blacksmith shop. The animal became unruly and while jumping about fell and broke its neck. 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, EBgntred Visions Cmnfc, Per hundred,with plate, fl.50;dapll- cate orders tl — Loogwell & Cammings. The Weather. Fair and warmer tonight and Sunday. AS Snow Is your linen when it conies home fromj Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. If Jou Want lo be in the Swim You had better le I HOOLEY —Hake Tour— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Pit To* When all other* THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, will equal satisfaction in the fit of clothes If our tape line hu around him We have a sort of prtd« in fitting men that other tallow can't please. It's tbe know-bow that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M 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 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, Radiators, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. H-- J. ORISMOND 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 tbe time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock includes all tbe leading makes. My terms are easy, and tbere is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n the boose. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSETX 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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