John gray's Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Gloves, 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 EAT MEAT? >•»»»»«*» 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 PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. HANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buys and Sells Second Hand Goods. •ire ui a call. 209 6th street W. J. Barnett, suoo«»rtoc.L.wou. Undertaker, Embalraer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Cal 16 attended day or nignt. The finest outfit In the U. S. Col. O. L. Won, will remain with me. Phones ^g! u !V BMWenoe - MBtuBL Dr Ex- S- Hunt, —DENTIST— All thfl latest -iiscoveries in medicine and to relieve P oln in extraction or nli- Fourth Htreot * of teeth. Modern methods, modern prices, All work pvmrnnteod Office orer John Grays On 0 U Telephone No. 32S. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO— F H. Wipperman, 108.Fourth Street Opp. Court Houee Entrance, Kew UndUartaJkera. 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr, MlUiTwas for many years foreman lor Cbarli s L. Woll. Telephone 261 LK. C. D. EVEBSOIE'S DEDTAL PALLORS Over Porter's NeV Drug Store, Comer of Fourth and Market Streets McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite. Court House. DMLYPHAROS THURSDAY, NOV. IS, 1897. OITY JSIRWS Bankrupt sale of shoes at Walden's. Hot soda is refreshing, at Porter's. Rev. J, K. Waltz has returned from a brief visit at Peru. A full line of fresh made ribbon candles at Wright & Brltton's. Miss F M. Verky, of Montlcello, Is a guest of Miss Carrie Sevan. Crowds of eager buyers lined the sounters at the Bee Hive today. James Bridge and Miss Lizzie Shanks were united In marriage at Young America last evening. According Qto the contract the the combination hose and chemical wagon, purchased for the fire department, Is to be delivered in February. The funeral of the 4-months-old »on of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nefl was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the family residence, 610 Miami itraet, Rev. E. L. Semansofficia- ting. The funeral of the late Dennis Parker was held at 10 o'clock this morning from the residence, corner of Heath and Linden avenue, Kev, Shaner officiating. Interment In M t. Hope cemetery. Elmer C., the young son of Wm. Ulcholson, died this morning at the familj residence In Clymers station, aged 2 years and 3 months. The luneral will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock from the residence, conducted by Rev. Haganbuck. Interment will fee made In the Glymeri cemetery. SCRAPS OF SEWS Relating to the Railroads and Their Employes. The Wabttsh pay car-will reach this city next V* ednesday. The Panhandle bridge Inspection party left for Uoland this afternoon. Freight Conductor Edward Hall, of the Panhandle, is o2 duty on account of Illness. Conductor Van Loon, of the Panhandle, who has been on the sick list for several days, has resumed hia run. General Superintendent Miller and party passed turough the city this afternoon In a special, en route from Chicago to Richmond. Firemen Horn back, Berry, Rau, Rummell and Minneman have been promoted to the position of engineers. William Schaefer, a Panhandle switchman, had the second finger of his right hand pinched this morning in the yards in this city while making a coupling. The Panhandle bridge inspection party, under the direction of the chief engineer of bridges, reached here today, and will Inspect the bridges on the Chicago division. The gross earnings of the Wabash lines since July 1 are $600,000 in excess of those up to the corresponding time of 1896, and November and December promise equally good results. Trainmaster May reports many applications for position as brakeman. He examined ten today and should they pass the examination they will at once be assigned to duty on tne road. The Panhandle had in the local yards today 331 loaded cars, which they were unable to forward owing to a lack of motive power. Officials of the road say this is getting to be an everyday occurrence. The work of cutting down the iteep grade on the Panhandle road at Rush will soon be completed. It is thought by officials that the crew operating the steam shovel will finish their work within the next ten days. This will no doubt be 'glad news to trainmen, as trains have been de- ayed considerably at this point. Much has been said about long runs for locomotives, and ID all parts of the country tbe experiment is being tried. Still superintendents of motive power and master mechanics bave not settled the question as tu whether anything is really gained by the new departure. Although it is but eightejn months since the long runs were introduced, tnere is a wide diversity of opinion as to their utility. The Importa-ice of the judgment against the "rVabash Railroad coin- panyin what Is known as the Cornp- ton suit, has been over estimated, as any purchaser of the line from Toledo to the Indiana state line would secure a property of very small earn- Ing capacity by Itself and with a lu- cal business of nominal value. It is also considered only reasonable that In the event of any one bidding higher than the Wabaah for the seventy- two miles of the road the purchaser would be glad to make arrangements with the Wabash for the use of It rather than permit the Wabash to construct a new line, as It certainly would do. Followed Her Betrayer. Miss Sophia Habiaborst, the niece and unlawful wife of Henry Koopmann, left at 3 o'clock this morning for Minnesota, where she will join her betrayer. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. TrtO CALLS On (be Fire Department Erenlng. Two calls were made on tha fire department last evening. The first was on acconnt of the burning out of a chimney In the residence of A. Lehman, at 627 Ottawa street, and the second on account of a false alarm sent In from a bos on Twelfth street. It; was thought that Frank Groh's bakery was again ablaze on account of steam that was arising from the roof of the bakery. The genial proprietor set up the cigars to the firemen. Shoes at halt price at Walden's. The best cigars In the city—Porter. Red snapper and fresh lobsters at Klnney's. B. of L. F. ball at the rink on Thanksgiving eve. See those kersey cloth blouse jackets tomorrow at 110.—Trade Palace. Claude Wise wears a happy smile today, caused by the arrival of a son Special upbuilding »ale at the Bee Hive. Sixteen yards of Lunsdalemus lin for $1. The Eastend Pleasure club wil give a dance tonight at the Dolan & McHale hall. Tomorrow, $15 blouse jackets kersey cloth, lined throughout, tlO.— Trade Palace. Samuel Milroy of Delphi, Is in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. W. Ballard. Duke of Santiago Is the title given John Mulcahey by Charles Havens, of the Kokomo Dispatch. A special lot of fresh cut roses will be sold very cbeup this evening at the chrysanthemum show. Supper will be served at tne Wheatland street Bazaar from 5 to 7:30 o'clock this evening for 15 cents. Miss Alice McGovern, late of Hall's business college, has accepted a position with Hale & Gamble, the attorneys. Clever entertainers ars the members of Good Will lodge, B, of L. F. Grand ball at the rink Thanksgiving eve. Births—To Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wise, of North street, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. George Hershey, ot the Westside, a daughter. St. Mary's Guild, of the Episcopal church, will meet in the choir room Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. A full attendance Is requested. The academy chorus, composed of fifty voices, will be sung tonight'by the seniors and preparatories of Holy Angels' academy, at the bazaar. Dress goods at still lower prices this week, Special! You know what that means with us better than we do. Come along with the crowd.— Trade Palace special. We are showing the largest and best selected line of upholstered goods in the city, also cobbler and saddler seat rockers, See our gondola couohes. Everything new and up- to-date—Cucumings & Morgan, city building, corner Third and Broadway. The St. Matthew's commandery, Knights of St. John, will give their annual Thanksgiving reception at the armory (Dolan & McHale's ball) Thursday evening, Nov. 25, The music will be furnished by-the Elite Mandolin orchestra. The receptions given by the commandery are always pleasant affairs. POUR CEMEST. Onr Shoes Fit Like gloves And they wear Like Iron. "We treat cur easterners Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low— "Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want Your trade. Elias Winter. Department of Pen Art Hall's Business College has engaged Mr. Andrew Frederick to taki charge of the Penmanship Glasses. His tim< win be devoted exclusively to this line o worfc. Losansport needs a First Class School of Pen Art and we take pleasure in announcing: that we are DOW prepared to Kive the very best in Struetion that can be had, Mr. Frederick la a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. Columbus, 0-, and w»§ an Instructor in tha school until engaged by Hall's Business Col lege. C. F. MOORE, Pres. Hall's Business College, Second and Third floor.KeystoneBuiLdiotf, Logmapo rt, Ind. No Pain! No Danger 1 Teeth txtracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and painles. The Finest and Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES guaranteed to fit. leTNo charge for extracting with out) pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, T>-r7-»TT'TCT! 311 1-2 Fourth St. LJtLD4 L 1O 1 SQver Fisher's Drug Store CHICAGO MARKETS Accidental Shooting. At Burrows, Saturday, while Bill Merlcle was handling a revolver on the street, the weapon was accidentally discharged, wounding his-brother, Ad Merlcle. The shot struck him in the abdomen and he lived but a few hours. He was buried yester- terday. The Mericles are a tough lot, and are well known here. Three Knives Found. Three of tjhe knives stolen from rlsmond's hardware store Saturday night were found yesterday afternoon by a boy in the alley at the rear of Crlsmond's store, who gave them ,o Patrolman Dean who in turn returned them to the owner. It is thought teat the thief dropped the articles in haste to get away. Busy Burglars. Burglars attempted to effect am entrance into the residence of Mrs. Shade at 1215 High street last night, but were frightened away by some >assers by who espied them trying to >ry open a window. They drove the ould-be thieves off and notified the police of the occurrence, The First Hole In the Broadway Pare, nifciit Shows Up Badly. Some expert street makers are of the opinion that a poor quality.of cement was used in the Broadway improvement and that a sand founda- Made Last tion w °uld have proven equally as good as the cement, and many thousand dollars would have been saved to the property owners. In the hole dug in front of Mc- Kdig's pool room on Broadway, the cement seems to have no greater sticking quality than common clay and cne can kick it to pieces with the foot. Golden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wandrei, sr., of Shultztown, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last evening, assisted by fifty couples of their old and young friends. It was also the I birthday anniversary of both Mr. and j Mrs.Wandrei. He was 76 and she 71 years of age. Cards and dancing were enjoyed until a late hour, when an elaborate supper was served. The aged and highly respected couple participated in the dance. Mr. Wandrei has been employed at the Panhandle shops for thirty years,and has not lost a day's work from sickness or anycther cause. Arm Broken. James Markey,a Panhandle freight brakeman, residing in this city, at 617 Fifteenth street, fell from the top of a car this morning while making a running switch at LeRoy and sustained a fracture of the left arm near the wrist. He came in on a passenger train at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and Dr. Hetherington adjusted the fracture. B. I*. 0. Elks. Regular meeting tonight of Lcgansport lodge No, 66, B. P. O. Elks. H. J. McSHZKHT, K. R. O. A. MEAKS, Secretary. Large ChryMftthraunu Take* Out of your well by Big John, 4th at. Received Daily bj W. VY. Mllner, at 6. A. B. Building. Chicago, Nov. 18, 1897 Wheat—For Dec., opened, 95c; high, 96c; low, 94jc; closed, 95c. Wheat—Fur May, opened, 90i@jjc; blgb, 91|-c; low, 90^c; closed at Bid. Corn—For Dec,, opened, 26ic; high, 26i@ic; low, 26|@ic; closed 4c. Oats—Dec, opened, 21c: high, 22Jc; low, 2lc; closed, 22c. Rye—Dec. opened, 47*c; high, 47ic: low, 47Jc;«closed, 47Ac. p or k_For Dec. opened, I7.30@ high, 17.37; low, 17.27; closed ati7.35. Lard—For Jan. high, 14.17; low, 14.17. Ribs—For Jan., high, »4 2.7; low, $4,27. Hogs today, 30,000; left over, 4 000; estimated! for tomorow 27,000. Market opened firm closed slow to shade lower. Receipts of cattle, slow; 12000: sheep, 15,000, weak. Mixed, $3.35@I355; heavy, 13.20 @3 55; rough, $3.20@I3.30; light, |3.30@3 52. Dec. wheat—Curb, 90J@.|c; puts, 89j @|; calls, 91@90Jc. Peter Hena, a native of Cuba, was in the city today to meet his brother, who is a member of the Panhandle bridge construction gang. . opened, 14.15; $4.15; closed at opened, «4.25: 14.25; closed at "I am convinced Cleveland's is the purest baking powder made, and I have adopted it: exclusively in my cooking schools and for daily household use." SARAH T. RORER, Editor Cookery Dspartmant, Ladies' Homt JounuU- Guarantee* •rocen are authorized to cr»» tock your jnone-r if y»u 4» not Bud Cl*veland'i tha best *««»«y joTrfer yon II«T« ever o»ed. . Clrrel»nd B»kin*P<»w4«r C«t, «.T. Tailor and Draper, DON'T MISS this opportunity to order your -Winter Overcoat. You will need It before-long. We bave such a choice selection of fabrics, from the be«t woolen mills of the world, that we are making up Into etjlieh and handsome overcoats, at such a reasonable price that we would like to take your measure at once. Our reputation for high grade custom work speaks for itself. Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St, BANKRUPT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Having bought the \Valden 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, [But the goods must be sold to meet deferred payments :ind I will sell these goods at just = = 1=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? This wholesale slaughter sale commenced Monday, November 8th. M. WALDEN. 315 Fourth'Street, Logansport, Ind. D OLAN'S OPERA HOtJbE. WM. DOLAN, MANAGER. Monday. November, 22th. Supreme Event of the Season. THOMAS H. DAVIS and WILLIAM T. Imposing- Dramactic Spectacle, FALLEN AMONG THIEVES- An all Eclipsing Scenic Epitome of Greater Gotham. MoetThrillinc Exciting and Picturesque ot all Vlodern Comedy .Dramas, jreat High Bridge Scene: llntroducing we most Astounding Sensa- ion the world has ever beheld. Prices— 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Seats on sale ai Johnston's drug store. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. CURRENCY REFORM. 411 the Proponed Finns Make the G»T- ernjnent Assume Rittk of Logft. In all the schemes proposed for so ailed "currency reform" hy the substi- •ntion of bank notes for notes issued by government, one thing is observable —they ail provide that the bank notes aall be guaranteed by the government and redeemed by it, either in the first instance or after failure to redeem them >y the banks. The most modest of these schemes sks only for an amendment of the na- ional bank act by -which the banks hall be permitted to issue notes to the mount of 100 per cent instead of 90 >er cent, as now, of the face value of he government bonds deposited as se- urity for them, but still leaving them guaranteed, first, by the government's bligacion to pay the bonds, and if that dall prove insufficient, owing to a de- line in the market value of the bonds, hen by the direct undertaking of the overnment to pay the notes as provid- d in section 108 of the bank act. Secretary Gage's scheme provides that he banks may issue notes secured by •ovemment bonds to the amount of 60 >er cent of their capital and 25 per ent more secured only by the banks' own assets, and he would "extend the guarantee of payment by the government to all circulating notes of the banks, whether issued against deposited security or against assets." Kbw coraes Mr. John C. Biillitt of Philadelphia and goes a step further than Secretary Gage. He would permit the banks to issue notes to the extent of one and one-third of their capital, depositing as security for them 15 per cent in gold in the treasury and 15 per cent in gold in their own vaults, "and the government should agree to redeem these notes in gold after-default by the bank issuing them." Thns, throughout all the proposed "reform" runs the idea that the currency which is to take the place of that issued directly by the government shall nevertheless be guaranteed by the government and virtually be a government obligation. To effect this reform Mi. Gage proposes to pay the banks 2% per cent per annum upon $200.000.000 <tf Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS, Mrs. W. Potter,~^v 517 Broadway near Sixth Logansport, Indiana. Reasonable Prices, The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you that 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 CRAIfi, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee'8. THR City National Bank. LOGAXSPOBT, IND. CAPITAL ...... $200.000 T GRAY, President, I. N. CKAVTFOHD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOTVUSTB, Cashier. — DLHECTOjaS— John Gray, I. N Crawford. J. T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Beli. A. P. Jen *g, W. C- Pennock. JMM Shideler. Geo. W, Funk ana John C. Ingrain. Loan money on personal and security. Buy and sell Government bondg. Will pay - per cent per annum on cerUflcmteg of deposits, when deposited six mentis ; t per cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vauita, for imie keeping of valuable papers, rented at from (5 to $15 per year. government Donds, and MX. BnlTitt proposes to pay somebody 3 per cent on $800,000,000, more or less, M may t* necessary to carry out MB plan. The plain citizen will naturally conclude that if the government is to assume the riflk of loss on the paper currency of the nation ic may M •well take the profits of its issue also. It is as easy to provide for the redemption of itiown note* *a it ifl for the redemption of the notes of the banks,- and certainly the Mring of interest on from $200,000,000 to $800,000,000 of bonds ic not to to d*. —New Xork Son.
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