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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 15, 1897
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DAILYPHAEOS MONDAY, NOV. 15, 1897. QITYNRWS. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Miss Ada Warner has returned to Kokomo. Auction at the Fair every night this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boylen, a daughter. J. Carl Jennings, of Dayton, Ohio, is in the city. Miss Medora Moore spent Sunday at Moatieello. Attend the Elks band concert at the rink tomorrow night. Mrs. B. F. Bowen, of East Broadway, is reported seriously ill. To Mr. and Mrs. William Reed ol Harrison township a daughter. Jesse Hankee has accepted a position with the Keystone gtocery. Cleaning and dyeing in first class fashion by Krlgbaum Bros., 419 5thst The Bald win Club will meet this evening at the home of Jadge Baldwin. W. R. Small of Indianapolis is the guest of his brother, Bert, of this city. Mr. Joseph Zellers has returned from a visit with friends at Indianapolis. Ed. Canls, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday In the city the guest o frlenii. Miss Clara Woodling has returned from an extended visit with friends at Chicago. A story of thrilling interest is "The King of Sorganla." Head It in today's Pharos. Mrs. J. A. Harslett, who, has been seriously ill for some weeks, is reported convalescing. Mrs. William Shannahan of the Northside has returned from a visit with her daughter at Indianapolis. Don't forget to buy your potatoes now, they are going up; take a little advice in time; 55c full bu.—Traut. Good music, fine displays, a grand time at the rink bazaar, this evening. Everybody invited. Admission free. John Mader is doing duty this week in place of John Parker, the mail carrier, who is on the sick list. Two lone drunks appeared in the mayor's court this morning. They were released on a promise to leave town. The members of the Our club will tender their lady friends a reception Tuesday evening, Nov. 23d, at their rooms on Fourth street. O. B. Sargeant spent Sunday in the city. He is now located in Springfield, Ohio, in the employ of the Deitrlch gas syndicate. Mrs. John Ryan and baby of Indianapolis are in the city, guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Shanaban of the Norlhslde. Corwin Bowker of Flint, Mich., will make his home with the family ot D. 0. Justice during the winter and study law in Mr. Justice's office. The two children of Joseph Hartz, the painter, residing on the Westside, who have been dangerously ill of typhoid fever, are reported convalescing. Lice Pryor found a pocket book yesterday afternoon, containing a number of valuable papers and returned the same this morning to Dr. D, E. Dalzell, the owner. "The Gay Masquerades" gave a fairly good performance at the opera house. Some of the specialties were abova the average. The company went from here to Dayton, Ohio. Miss Ellen Dwyer, young daughter of Mr. J. Dwyer, formerly of Charleston, 111., has donated a minacure cork store to the St. Bridget's Bazaar. Miss D. drew the drawing at her former home. While H. G. Tucker, the tailor, was driving down Broadway, Saturday evening, his buggy was badly broken by a defective culvert between Seventh and Eight streets. The city will be asked to settle the damage. A pound of facts 19 worth a ton of theories. Thousands upon thousands of people prefer Fox's XXXX square Warer Butter Crackers because they have found them best notwithstanding the high sounding but empty promises of imitators. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FASH, CHICAGO, 1893 THREE BURGLARIES Committed in the City Early Sunday Morning. Two Liqnor Houses and a Hardware Store are Robbed of Money and Goods. Three business houses wera burglarized Sunday night, Robert Kreuz- berger'a sample -room at the corner of Third and Market streets, J. P. Sebastian's sample room on Fourth street, and H. J. Crismond's hardware store on Market street. At Kreuzoerger's the thief secured about 111 in money, which had been left in the cash register, seven bottles of wine and a couple of boxes of expensive cigars, It Is the opinion of Col. Kreuzberger that the thief secreted himself In the wholesale department, adjoining the bar room, daring the evening, and was locked in *hen the place was closed for the night. He then helped himself and departed by a rear door, which he unlocked, and left so. At J. P. Sebastian's place the thief took a pane of glass out of one of the doors opening into the passageway between Mr. Sebastian's place and Bauer's sample room on the north. He then reached Jn and removed the cross-bar which held the doors shut, and proceeding to the cash register appropriated the coa- tents,$7.60. At Crlsmond's the thief pried open the heavy iron shutters at the double doors In the rear of the store, broke a pane of glass from one of the doors, reached through and unlocked the door. Knives, hair clippers and table spoons, all valued at between 18 110 were taken. William Beatty's grocery store, near St. Bridget's church, on the Westside, was also visited by thieves Saturday night. Entrance was gained by breaking a large paae of glass out of the front door. Toe entire stock had been packed for removal to Hoovers and it ia believed that nothing was disturbed. The robbers were doubtless after money. Ont of tne Penitentiary. Elmer Wlllard, who was convicted of the murder of Dr. A. M. Chord, of this city, on the night of April 1st, 1S92, and sentenced to the northern penitentiary for seven years, was released Saturday, having served four years and eleven months. Willard was located in Kansas by Detective Morgan, and his trial occurred at Peru in December, 1892. Dr. Chord was assaulted with a club after he had crossed the Vandalia track, en route to his home on Sycamore street, and died seventeen days later without regaining consciousness. After the assault Willard stole a hand car and rode to Adamsboro. He was first located at the home of Charles Carter, in Miami township, by Captain Morrissey and several policemen, but succeeded in making his escape from the house. The officers fired several shots at him, none of which took effect. Logansport Defeated. The Logansport High school foot ball team met defeat, Saturday afternoon at the Driving park, fcy the Indianapolis High school team, the score stand ing 14 to 0. It was evident trom the start that the home team was outclassed. Before the game tha manager of the Tisiting dab was r& quired to swear before a notary public that his players were not professionals. Bilcher, the man who it was claimed was responsible for the Injury resulting in the death of Stewart Cravens in a game at the Culver Military team, a few years ago, officiated the game. There was a large attendance at the game. A New Confectionery. T. M. Qulgley & Co. opened their new retail confectionery, at 424 Broadway, Saturday. It is the largest and most complete establishment of the kind in the city. The room was rearranged to suit the firm, and the fixtures are new, neat and convenient, and the stock embraces everything In the confectionery 'Ine. Bijf Pension Payment. The pension disoursements for Indiana this quarter foots up 12,500,000. The payments began last week and will be completed today. Cass county pensioners have already received their pay. Fashionable Stationery. Fancy boxes suitable for gifts, Longwell & Cunuuings, Masonic Temple, j The Weather. Rain and colder tonight; clearing and colder Tuesday. DOWN 800 FEET. Another Well Will Soon Be Drilled In Sear New Warerlj, The New WaverlyOiland Gas company are pushing along at a rapid rate the work of drilling another well for oil. The location ot the new well is on the old Pearson farm south west of New Waverly a short distance. The drill Is now down about 300 feet and the prospects of securing oil are much better the drillers say than In the first well. Trenton rock will likely be reiched the latter part of the week. RE-ORGANIZED. Logansport Has Another Retail Clerks' Union. ». E. Nethercntt is President and A. F. Brentlinger Secretary and Treasurer. At the council chamber yesterday, at 3:30 p. m., a meeting was held by the leading clerks of Logansport to discuss the -advisability of forming a union of their calling, the same to be affiliated with the Retail Clerks' National Protective Association of America A chairman pro tern, was chosen, and after short talks by the organizer,. Mr. C. E. Carter, and clerks present, which were full of enthusiasm and encouragement, a motion was carried to proceed with the organization of a Retail Clerks union. The election of officers resulted as -follows: President, M. E. Nethercutt; secretary-treasurer, A F. Brentlinger. All clerks present signed the Ust, and the charter was applied for. it was further decided in order to give other clerics of the city an opportunity to become charter members before the initiation fee is raised, that a meeting should be held tonight in the council chamber at 8:15 o'clock to wnich all clerks of Logansport are earnestly invited. This union promises to be the banner clerks' unioc of Indiana, BEAL ESTATE TKASSFKBh. Reported for the Pharos by Seth M. Yelsey, Abstractor. George W. Anderson to Isaac C. Anderson, the s e n w sec 25 Bethlehem township, 40 acres. «1 00. Peter A. Needham to Thos. B. & Minnie B. Reeder, lot 16 J. F. Chamberlain's add. North Side. 82,500. Harvey A. Needham to Thos. B. and Minnie B. Reeder, lot 14 Osmer'9 plat of Highland Park, North Side. 8350. Andrew J. Fischel to Chas. Reid, lots 8 and 9 Rachel Gerhart's add. North Side. «600. Henry Grant to Mattle Taylor, lot 19 o p Royal Center. $2,000. Minnie Roop et al., to W. L. Fernald, pt sec 13, Jefferson township. 11,225. John S. Lairy, comr, to Juha Belt Coon, etal., pt sec 12 Boone township, 14 acres. 11.00. Shot Hi« Toe Off. Bert Shuey. the 13-year-old son of John Shuey, of Clinton township, had besought bis father for some time for permission to go hunting, but the parent witstood the boy's pleadings up to Saturday afternoon, when he reluctantly gave his consent that the youngster might enjoy the sport for a few hours. Shouldering his gun the boy started out «n his errand of destruction to the quail and other game in that neighborhood, but had not been gone from home long, when In the act of cocking the gun It exploded prematurely while pointed in the direction of his right foot tearing off the great toe of that" foot. He was brought to th« city by bfs father and Dr. B. C. Stevens dressed the wound, Bimetallic League. The Cass Oounty Bimetallic league will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. nth, at Trades Assembly hall. A debate on the "Postal Savings Banks" will be participated in by the following gentlemen: George Burkhart, A. C.~Davls, A. M. Roop, Milo Gibson, Robert Guthrie and John Hench. Public cordially Invited. C. E. CARTER, President. N. W. PHIPPS. Secretary. A Resort Pnlied. The police raided the resort known as the "A. P, A." house, located on Third street, Sunday night, and arrested the landlady, Lulu Gore, Minnie Harris, a boarder, and George Thompson and Harry Wilson, who are strangers in the city. They all appeared in the mayor's court this morning, plead guilty to the charge orelerred against them, and paid the usnal fines. A Checker Thief. An overcoat belonging to Charles Kreis, »f the firm of Krels Bros., was stolen from the store Saturday evening. The police were notified of the theft, but later Mr. K. notified the department that he had found the garment on the back of a man who had been loitering about the store during the evening. The thief was not arrested. Watch This Space TOMORROW. THE GOLDEN RULE. ASSAULTED. A Toning Man Named Hollej Badly Beaten Up Saturday liignt. A young man named Holley called at Dr. Stevens' office late Saturday night with a badly disfigured face and asked that the doctor dress his wounds. He stated to the doctor that he was on his way home and had reached a point on Fifth street, between North and Hlgb, when a man who was In hiding jumped out and struct: at him with a pair of brass knuckles, Inflicting an ugly wound over each eye, also on the left side of mouth. He also said that while engaged In a scuffle with his antagonist <ibe latter got his (Holley's) finger in his mouth, and he almost severed that member. He claimed that he had no idea who his assailant was. «Must Bo. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's, Misses' and Children's I SHOES, 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 the shoe history of Logansport. Stevenson KlinsicU 403 Broadway $ White AS Snow Is your linen when it comes home from J Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call' for your work. Give us a trial. If Jou Want Io be in the Swim You bad better le HOOLEY — Make Tour — Fall Suit Or £ Overcoat * I He will Fit To* Waea all otheri fail. * • » » •> * J**** THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, will g«t equal satisfaction in the fit of feta clothes if our tape line baa been around him. We have a sort ot pride tn fitting men that other tailon can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M that. Come m mnd look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b« amazed at the prices we quote. J. HBJRZ, Tailor, 409 Market Street. »++»»«»+»»»»»««»»»»»•»»»+»«••••»«•*««««••••»•»+»««»+<; FALL AND WINTER w I Goods Nora- On 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 Jn 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- GarrolL 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock includes all the leading makes. My term* 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 WHITSETT 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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