Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 16, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 16, 1897
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DMLYJPHAHOS TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 1897. OFTY Baby shoes— Ellas Winter. Diamond rings — Ben Martlo. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden'a. Try our haras, 7jc lb.— McCaflrey. Bead the big ad of the Golden RuleY Boys' school shoes— Ellas Winter. Country butter 15c pound at Foleys, Elks' band concert at the rink to- nigbt. , X' Hear the bells at Masonic Temple tonight. Upbuilding sale start tomorrow at The Bee Hive. Georg Hurd, of Big Indian, was in the city today. A clean slate greeted Mayor McKee this morning. Rogers 1847 knives, $1.75 of six— Ben Martin. Special attractions at Chrysanthe mum show tonight. Charles Woll went to Gas City this morning on business. Wheat was selling today In the lo cal market for 87 cents. Wonderful upbuilding bargains at the Bee Hive tomorrow. • ( California bams, 5Jc; Bob White flour, $2.35.— McCaffrey & Co. We are up to date on pretty novel- ies Tor Christmas— Ben Martin. Fur opening Friday and Saturday of this week at the Golden Bale. Fancy potatoes, 55c bu.; cabbage large heads, 45c doz.— McCaffrey. Wanted— At once, a first class coat maker, by John Carroll, the tailor. Cleaning and dyeing In first clasi fashion byKrigbaum Bros., 41 9 5th s Miss Mabel Parker of 718 Miami atreet Is confined to her home by ill DOSS. 21 yards heavy brown sheeting ror $1.00 at The Bee /Hive upbuilding sale. $1.50 outing flannel wrappers for the rest of the week, II— Trade P&1&C6 ' '••• * The very latest in Drew, Sibl&/& Co.'s ladles' fine shoes fit XElias Winter's. "" Mrs. Paul Jordan has returned from a week's visit with friends at Richmond . , /' Queen Vashti and musical-- pro- gramme at the bazaar In the-ilnk tomorrow night. Mrs. Mollie Hinton of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs. H. S. Thompson of Made Grove, Mrs. John Hildebrandt, of Twelfth street, is confined to her home on account of sickness . 10 dozen skirts received today. See them at II .93 to 15, all wrirth 50 per cent more.— Trade Palace. Mr. and Mrs. R. Rothchlld are entertaining their daughter Mrs. S. Joseph, of Washington, Ind . / Don't forget the date of the fur opening Friday and Saturday^lSth and 20th— at the Golden RuW- Bring your old furs to the Golden Rule Frldav or Saturday and have them made over in the latest style. Our upbuilding sale which start*' tomorrow will be, a new— a JlSerpnt —a better sale than ever before— The Bee Hive. Look up last night's Pharos and read our new story. Or if you cannot, the synopsis printed at the head will start you right. Our trade being four weeks late, bas caused us to start this upbuild- ing sale. Watch for the jarge-'band A MCE FAT FORTUNE Made by Walter Illingsworth in England. Sold His Inn at Battler at a Profit of 850,000 m •' ' I And will Return to Logonsport Within the ftext Few Weeks to Beside Permanently. Walcer Illlngsworth, a former well known citizen of Logansport, has made a fortune in England. This statement is confirmed not only by a letter from Mr. Illlngsworth, but by newspaper dippings received by a friend in this city. Upon his last return to England Mr. IlliQfjsworth purchased an inn, or hotel, at Battley, and conducted the same with such success that he had many offers for the place, and at last he was Induced to sell at a price that yielded him a profit of'850,000 on his investment. In the letter mentioned, above Mr. tilings worth announced hisdetermin- FAST TIME To be Inaugurated Between Chicago and Cincinnati. A Reduction of Two Hours Is Assured- Railroad News. The Panhandle is making preparations to put fast trains on the Chicago and Cincinnati divisions as soon as the improvement bstween Logansport and Chicago is completed. The big hills are being cut away and the fills leveled up. The road-bed is being newly ballasted and in a few weeKs the steep grades will be a thing of the past. Under the present condition of the track the Chicago-Cincinnati time will be made fifteen minutes slower, but as soon as the improvements new under way are completed, the new fast train will be put on. This will run fifty miles per hour and reduce the time from eight to six hours be- SENSATIONAL CLOAK SALE. An Eastern Manufacturer going out of business in order to dispose of his stock in an entirety, for cash, was willing to sell at less than cost of production. Our test- detit New York Buyer, Mr. B. Goldstein baing there for that purpose to catcb. all these Snaps has bought over $5,000 Worth of Cloaks. an atlon of returning to Logansport to reside permanently. Mr. Illlngworth is an Englishman by birth. He came to Logansport about twelve years ago and took a position in a dye house conducted by Amos Hall at 608 Broad way. A. year or so later he purchased the business and established the steam laundry now owned and operated by C. E. Mat-shall. He married the eldest daughter of Henry Jensen (a sister of Mw.'J. D. Ferguson), and one child, -a daughter, was born to them. M.r. Illlngwortb. has many warm friends in Logansport, who will rejoice at the news of his good fortune, and will be pleased to learn that he has decided to again take up his residence here. LIFE CRUSHED OUT. Dennis Parker Killed this Morning In the Panhandle Yards. tween Chicago and Cincinnati. RAILROAD NEWS. Trainmaster May went to Bradford this morning on company business. The Wabash is expending much money in improvements the past month. By the running of Wabash trains 4 and 5 on the Eel River division daily the passenger conductors will receive $10 a month more pay, making their salaries $110. With Sunday's change of time, Peru, it is stated. Is to become a still more important point on the Wabash system. All passenger engines and freight locomotives will be changed at that place instead of Andrews. General Superintendent Gili of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad passed through the city this afterooon in his private car over the Panhandle en route to Wlnamac, where he conveyed the remains of his daughter for interment. 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 the road, which is saying a great deal, as the Wabash passenger department has displayed much talent in this direction. ior our two stores, Logansport and Danville. While th*collection is beautiful to extreme we have made it still more attractive 07 adding-several lots front our regular stock of'excra Fine Garments. Giving the people.-of Logansport and vicinity the " -reatest Money Saving Chances to Buy Cloaks.at prices that: will surprise you. In this :ot vou will find Ladies Cloth Capes, Eadies Cloth Jackets, Ladies Plush Cape& Ladies A3trakh&u Buckle Jackets Ladies Fur Capes, Ladies Fur Jackets Ladies Collaretts and Childrens Jackets. Don't Leave this chance pass by if you need a Cloak. THE GOLDEN RULE. Grand Fur Opening by Walter Buhle & Co. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19 & 20 CHICAGO M1BKETS at bills for prices.— The Bee John' Jackson son of Newton Jackson, who resides at Wlnamac, was seriously Injured tn a runaway at that town Sunday while out driving with his wife and child. It takes as much genius to bake a. finely flavored nutritious cracker as It does to paint a picture or write » poem. Fox's XXXX Square /Wafer Butter Crackers are above criticism, because theie's genius .In/ the bake •shop from which they come . E. Schmltt, secretary of Maple Camp No. 2, Woodmen of the World, reports good progress made since the organization of that order in this city, May 4, 1891. The order now has a membership of ninety-three, and has lost but one member by death since its organization. A neat balance remains in the treasury, or which the branch feels proud. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM mm POWDER CanRht Between the Cars and Died a Few Minutes After the Accident. A sad accident occurred in the Panhandle yards this morning. At 5:30 o'clock, while Dennis Parker and a crew of switchmen were switch- Ing some cars Parker [entered between the cars to make a coupling, and after having given th-5 signal to the englneei: to back up, he was in the act of making the coupling when caught between the cars and his life crushed out. He died a few minutes after being removed to Panhandle freight house. "Word was at oncej telephoned to Coroner Bushjahn and Undertaker Klllian, and the remains were removed to the latter's undertaking parlors on Market street, where they were prepared for burial and then removed to the home of the deceased. The deceased was said to have been an exemplary young man and was well liked by his fellow workmen. He resided with his mother and two brothers at the corner of Linden avenue and Heath streets, Westside, and had been employed in the capacity of switchman about three months. A telegram was sent to the father of the deceased, who is at work at some point in Arkansas, apprising him of the accident. No arrangements have yet been made for the funeral. Recelred Dally by fT. W. Mllner, Q. A. B. Bulldlnft. Chicago, Nov. 16, 1897. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 94jc; high, 94|-c; low, 94c: closed, 94c. Wheat—For May, opened, 90ic; high, 90f Jc; low, S9fc; closed at 89ic. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26jo; high, 26fc; low, 26c; closed at '26c. Oats—Dec. opened, 20Jc: high, 20J@Jc; low, 20ic; closed, 20£c. Eye—Dec. opened, 4"c*; high 47ic; low, 47}c: closed, 47J-C. Pork—For Jan. opened, 17.22 low, $7.15; closed at high, $7.25; $7.22. Lard—For high, $4.12; 14.12. Bibs—For high, 14 22; ADDITIONAL ITEMS- purchased tomorrow Jan.. opened, 14.12; low, $4.10; closed at Jan., opened, 14.20; low, 14.17; closed at California hams 6ic pound'at Foley's. y / , Be sure and read the ad/oit the Golden Rule. $4 and $5 shoes 12.48 bankrupt sale. _/ / See the electric fountain tonight at the-chi-ysanthemum show/ The common council will meet tomorrow night in regular session. / '9 samples of short plush capes, worth 17 to *10, on the dollar, your choice for 14.98—Trade Palace. "^ Richmond Item: "Mrs. Ella Johnson, of Logansport, who has been the guest of S. F. Watson and family for, a week, returned home this morniof. A cold time in the old townlor a few days. You will; want/gloves, caps, and underwear. 'Remember Dewenter the hatter keep>'t'he best and cheapest. Sneak thieves entered the Panhandle watch house on Cicott street, Sunday night, during the absence of Julius Fitz, the watchman, and rifled tbe pockets of a pair of pants, obtaining a small sum for their labors. Bimetallic League. The Cass County Bimetallic league will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. 17th, at Trades Assembly hall. A debate on the "Postal Savings Banks" will be participated in by the following gentlemen: George Burkhart, A. C.~Davis, A. M, Roop, Milo Gibson, Robert Guthrie and John Bench. Public cordially invited. C. E. CARTER, President. N. W. PHIPPS, Secretary. Hogs today, 30,000; left over, 7,000; estimated for tomorow 36,000. Market opened steady; to shade lower closed steady to firm. Mixed, $3. 30(3)13 55; heavy, $3.15 @3 50; rough, «3,15@I3.25; light, $3.30@3 55. Receipts of cattle, 5000; sheep, 10,000. Dec. wheat— Ccrb, 89fc; puts, 88J-J; calls, 90t@je- _____ j Must Bo THE SE1SOX. A BBIUE Taken by Conductor ManderTille, of the Panhandle. Wynett Mandsrvllle, conductor on the fast train between Logansport and Cincinnati, was married Sunday to miss Mabel Steinman, of Chesterfield. The wedding occurred at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Fred Steinman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Newhouse, mony Immediately after tbe cere- Mr, and Mrs. Manderville WORLD'S rA!R,CI3iCAGO.I8<)3 drove to the home of Dr, Armington, in Anderson, where an elegant dinner was spread. The newly-married couple left on the 2:40 Panhandle train for Nashville, Tenn., and from there will go to Florida and pass a few weeks on the orange plantation of an uncle of ihe b r ide. Mr. Manderville Is one of tbe most trusted and popular employees of the Panhandle road, und his bride a most Intelligent and refined young lady. Quail Plentiful but Manr of the Farms are Posted. There is an abundance of quail this season, and the hunter who is a good wing shot can have tine sport. The one great trouble which hunters have in selecting a hunting place )s the opposition of the farmers. The number ot farms which are "posted" against hunters—that 13, which have up signs warning them that hunting Is not allowed—is probably in the large majority. The bet- ter'class of hunters do not blame the farmers for this. The farmers have been greatly annoyed by careless hunters, and they do not like to sacrifice cattle to the stray shots. A hunter of gentlemanly appearance, who makes a respectful request of a farmer to be permitted to shoot nn his farm, generally gets what he asks Tor, it is said, and not only this, but he is often asked to "come Into dinner along about noon." But the hunter who has not made his arrangements before hand may get left. Waterman's Ideal Fountain The only reliable, fully warranted. —Longwell & Camming^ Masonic temple. i, / The ffetther. Fair tonight and Wednesday; colder tonight. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's. Misses' and Children's THE BIGGEST MAN and the smallest in town, wll.l g«* equal satisfaction in the fit of Ml clothes if our tape line has been around him We have a sort of prida in fitting men that other tallon can't please. It's the know-how that tells tbe taste, and our erperi- ence and observation has given «« that. Come in and look over out stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b* a mated at the prices we quote. J. HELR2L Tailor, 409 Market Street. FALL AND WINTER Good© Nora On Exhibition. ; 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, RadUtors, 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 F". Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, fitjoes, odd sizes, clean,fre.sh goods that must be sold for less than Manufacturers cost. Don't ffiill to take advantage of the Greatest Sacrifice in the shoe history of Logansport. Stevenson Kllnsici 403 Broadway Is your linen when it comes home fromj Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110 Wagon will call for yonx work. Giv us * truL The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine tt 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 the house. Tbe old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R. B WHITSETT 11 Andi dll winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Sitreet-

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