Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 18, 1897 · Page 24
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DAILY PHAROS' THURSDAY, KQV; 18, 1897^^ OITYNB.WS. Our best hams 7}c.— Traut. Bankrupt shoes at Walden's. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Good coffee, 8Jc pound at Foley's. Ten bars Royal soap for 25c—Traut. Boneless white fish, bass and perch ac Kinney's. Hon. D. D. Dykeman was in Kokomo yesterday. German dill pickles and Neufchatel cheese at Foley's. A new—a different—a better sale than ever before—The Bee Hive. Fresh fish for tomorrow's traJe at Vincent Kardes 1 315 Third street. Dance tonight at Dolan & McHale hall by the Eastend Pleasure clnb. Cleaning and dyeing in first class fashion by Krigbaum Bros., 419 5th at A 45c satin damask or fancy buck towel for 25 cents, at the Bee Hive's upbuildlngsale. Mrs. Thomas Beckett of Melbourn avenue is at Columbus, Ohio, on a visit with friends. Two cases of scarlet fever is re ported in the family of Daniel Rhodes on Ottawa street. The young son of John Rice, residing on Burlington avenue, is reported dangerously ill. The Colored Ladies' Quartette will sing at the Wheatland Street Bazaar at the Rink tonight. Don't fall to see our grand bar gains In underwear and hosiery this week.—Trade Palace. Mrs. Stella Sebastian McClure has kindly consented to sing at St. Vincent's church bazaar tonight. Have you a date? If not, remember the date of the B. of L, F. bail. At the rink Thanksgiving eve. Attend our great upbuilding sale, now In progress. It's different from any we ever held—The Bee Hive. Miss Sarah Herz of Tenth street left this moTBlng for an extended visit with friends in New York city. Peter Fallen and mother of Cincinnati are in the city the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Toney Cook of Fourteenth street. Mrs. Benjamin Fisher and son left this morning for Hartford, Conn., on an extended visit with the former's parents. Louie Wandrei, of the Columbian hotel, took a lunch stand yesterday to the Alfred Myers 1 sale, seven miles southwest of town. The grand cake walk, put on last Tuesday night at St. Vincent's church bazaar, will be repeated this evening at the bazaar. There will be a grand time In the old town tonight at St. Vincent's church bazaar. There will be an oyster supper given at Plsgah church, in Jefferson township, Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday, Nov. 24th, the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the church. All are invited to attend. Another large crowd was in attendance last night at the St. Vincent bazaar. The colored quartette rendered sume choice vocal selections. Tonight the cake walk will be repeated. Another large crowd is expected. There is still a controversy going on between Lewis Ray and Al Lyon over the possession of some bay, which the former took on a judgment against the latter. Yesterday Lairy & Mahoney filed a suit for Stephen Lyon against Ray, claiming 1100, charging that he hay was taken unlawfully and by force. Some sneak thief entered the dental parlors of Dr. E. R. Taylor, in the Jordan block, yesterday afternoon, during the temporary absence of the doctor, and stole a quantity of gold filling. It Is understood that the doctor has suspicions as to the guilty one, and unless restitution is made, the thief will be brought to justice. The attendance at the rink last evening to witness the dethroning of Queen Vashti was very large. The flowers are an especial feature of the bazaar, and the different booths arranged artistically, are also very attractive. Supper is being served and a musical and vocal programme are carried out each evening. The ladies colored quartette tonight promises to draw a large crowd. DEMOCRATS OPPOSED The Purchase of that Baltimore Wagon. Were a Unit in Faror of Patronizing Home Industry. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PACE'S CREAM BftKiHG POWDER Uncle Stephen Has a Grudge Against S, A. Vaughn—General Council Proceedings. DEACON HAIGH'S SOLILOQUY. How dear to my heart is that chem jcal wagon, wh-ch a fond reeollec tlon recall* now to view: nnd thi but Blue WORLD'S FAiR,CH!CAGO,l893 entertainment I «ot 1» Baltimore town, where nothlnc fointu are put In the course there was talk of a Logans port wagon—that the money sionxl Have been left here at home; but that sort of business was out of the question, because it Rave no chance to roam. I : know that our city once nan a red wagon -they said 'twas the finest we ever had seen: and now that the color is 1» ft to my liking. I'll have this one painted an emerald green. There were a few interesting feature brought out at the session of the common council last night. The first occurred when it came to the approval of Mr. Halgh's contrtct for the purchase of that Baltimore com blnatlon hose and chemical wagon The Democratic members voted as a unit against the confirmation of the contract for the reason that they favored the purchase of the Oben chain wagon, which would have been an encouragement to home industry. It was of no use, however, for the Republican majority, a set of men who have spent much force in telling others how to build up the manufacturing interests of the city, entered into an agreement with Halgh, and his word was law. Another startling feature was the hole Uncle Steve got into by a bitter attack upon 3. A. Vaughn's sidewalk which he declared was several inches above grade. The trap was then sprung by Mr. Wool, who called at tention to the fact that when North street was last improved it was placed several Inches above grade; hence, when Mr. Vaughn built his sidewalk he followed the requirements of the ordinance governing such improvements, by placing the grade tnereof on a line with the crown of the street. This was admitted by City Engineer Ray, who established the grade for the improvement of North street. At the start Mr. Boyer In slsted that the city take the matter in hand and either force Mr. Vaughn to lower the grade of his walk or to do the wort and charge it up to him but the admission of the engineer took all the force out of him. He ran at once the danger of still fur the.r exposing the incompetency of a Republican engineer, and will prob ably, allow the matter to drop. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. The reports of the city treasurer for the months of September and Oc tober were presented and referred to the finance committee. Refunding orders were Issued as follows, cover log errors in assessment: J. B Shaver, »1; H. E. Gangloff, 81.72 On recommendation of the finance committee a donation of 8138 50 was made to the township trustee to as sist in building a fish ladder at the water works dam. The claims al lowed are printed in another column The sewer committee reported in favor of granting to Wm. C. Routh that part of his petition referring to the establishment of a sewer from his packing house, on the Southside, to treet, from High street to Erie avenue, were approved and ordered placed on record. Several property owners.reslding in the neignbor- hood of W.C. Routh's packing house, on the south side, presented a remonstrance against grant- ng to the said South a license to establish and maintain a slaughter louse, castle pens, and fertilizer es- lablishment, and Ihesame was ordered placed on file. This remonstrance was accompanied by a remonstrance from the board of health, which was also placed on file. The repirt of the engineer recommending tbat a refunding order amounting to 171.45 be issued to Robert Kreuzberger for excessive assessment for the paving of Third street, was referred to the finance committee. The engineer reported final estimates in favor of A H. McDonald for stew, or Fourteenth and the Wabash river, mouth of said sewer low the current of provided the is placed be said river, but the establishment of a slaughter house and stock yards was referred back to the council as not coming properly under the jurisdiction of the sewer committee. The report was approved. The cemetery committee reported that required examination had not been made of the claim of Julius C. Kleonne for f 50 for surveys made in Mt. Hope cemetery, and further time was granted. The contract of the Erie City iron work* to furnish engine for electric light power station was accepted and directed to be placed on record. The contract or the Charles T. Holloway company, of Baltimore, Md.,fora combination nose ladder and chemical tank wagon for the fire department, was accepted and ordered spread on record. The contract and bond of A. H. McDonald to construct all unfinished cement side- walis on both sides of Fifteenth cement walks on Fifteenth streets, amounting to 1189 42, and the city clerk was Instructed to give notice that the street committee will meet at the council chamber at 7:30 p. m., on the 15th day of December, 1897, when a bearing can be had and objections made to eald final estimate and report. The street committee was again Instructed to report the regularity of grade of S. A. Vaughn's sidewalk at the corner of North and Twelfth streets, also, by what au thority the Flora telephone company Is erecting poles on the streets and alles of the city. Mr. Henry Tucker waa granted permission to lay u brick crossiog over Market street in front of his place of business. Allen Richardson was allowed $7 for constructing a cement sidewalk corner at tee nth and Broadway. JOHN GIBBS, Of the Southside, Arrested on Charge of Cruelty to Animals. the John Gibbs, of the Southside, was arrested late yesterday evening at the instance of several of his neighbors by Humane Officer Houghton, charged with cruelty to animals. The residents in the vicinity where Ibbs resides claim that be has been in the habit for some time past of beating his horse in a most inhuman manner, and they have become so incensed at his cruelty that they decided yesterday to bring the matter to the attention of the proper authorities, hence they had a warrant swore out for his arrest, and he was arraigned before Mayor McKee this morning, who will set the date for his trial later. 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 tesi- dent New York Buyer, Mr. B. Goldstein baing there for that purpose to catcb. all these Snaps has bought over $5,000 Worth of Cloaks. lor our two stores, Logansport and Danville. While the collection> beautiful to an extreme we have made it still more attractive by adding several lots from our regular stock of'excra Fine Garments. Giving the people of Logansport and vicinity the Greatest Motiey Saving Chances to Buy Cloaks at prices that will surprise you. In this lot you will find Ladies Cloth Capes, Ladies Cloth Jackets, Ladies Plush Capes, Ladies Astrakliau 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 MAYOR'S COURT. Four Boys Arrested Last Night—Two for Vagranej and Two for Jumping on Street Cars. Harry Jones and Harry McCue were arrested last night on the charge of being common vagrants. They were arraigned before the mayor this morning and plead not guilty. They will be given a hearing tomorrow morning. Monroe and Charles Mitchell, brothers, aped 14 and 17 years, whose parents reside in the Fasf-nd, were arrested last nigbt by Patrolman Dixon on the charge of jumping on street cars. They will be given a hearing before Mayor McKee tomorrow. Muncie and Saloons. The Rev. L. J. Naftzger, a former pastor ol! the Market street M. E. church, this city, is after the saloons in Muncie which are flourishing in the residence districts. Under the provisions of the Moore law these places can be wiped out If council will do It. Monday night at Mr. Naftzgefs church there was a mass meeting of church people and citizens and the general sentiment expressed was that the residence district saloons must go. The Rain G Fall. The rainfall of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, as reported by James Mc- Sheeby was the heaviest in years. On Sunday one and seventy-five-one- hundredtbs of an inch fell; on Monday fifty-sixth hu&dredths and Tuesday seventy-five hundredths of an inch" of rain fell. This with two and sixty-bundredths which fell dur- ll_f T» ULJU W»A» * W" V "fc w-i- » — .. ^ , u . , v » « tfcUU 31AUY~UUllMlCUU'l-l^ TT liiV" *.^'*i \A W* that part of the petition relating to j n g the month up to that time brings the establishment of a slaughter *he t.nt.al nn to five and sixtv-two hundredths inches which the largest in several years. Colored I. 0. 0. P. Lodge. A lodge of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, composed or a number of colored gentlemen of the city will be instituted this evening at their hall over Ferguson's clothing store. A degree staff from Tippeoa- noe lodge of Lafayette will be present and conduct the work of Iniation. Handkerchief?, Handkerchiefs. Handkerchiefs, 8, 10 and 15c, now 5c each; 1,000 dozen. Don't miss this sale. 25 and 30c hkfs lor 10 and 15c each; don't get left.—Trade Palace. Visitors to tie CbrjsanUiennim Show Should not fall to notice Liongwell & Cummtng's window display of Tiffany's fashionable stationery. Overcoat Returned. The overcoat lost by Officer Dwight of Elkhart, Ind., who accompanied some Insane patients to this city, was returned to the Johnston house this morning, from whence it had been taken hy a member of the grand jury who was stopping at the hotel, and who had taken the garment by mistake. The overcoat was shipped to the owner this morning by Desk Officer Kleckner, with a note of explanation. r j Must Bo. 500 hundred pairs of Men's, Women's, Boy's, Misses' and Children's 11 SHOES, THE BIQQEST MAN and the!smallest in town, will get equal satisfaction in the fit of fcta clothes If our tape line has beem around htm We have a sort of prid« in fitting men that other Uilon can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given v* that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to b« amazed at the prices we quote. J. HE1R.Z, Tailor, 409 Market Street. t********************** 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. Stevenson m Klinsick, 403 Broadway • » » • • • * • | • FALL AND WINTER Goods Now 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. CRISMOND 312 Market Street. »*»»»•>••••*»»*•••»»••**»*•**+»***•»•••••••••****++ ite Snow Is your linen when it oomes home fromf Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a tri»l. « I If Jou Want ± lo lie in the Swim You had better le ^ *• * *• I HOOLEY —Make Tour— ! j Fall I Suit I Or Overcoat He will Fit Tom When all others fail. 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, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at< 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 S'treet-

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