Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 19, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 19, 1897
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-fi John [gray's •=— CORNER 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 »»•••••*» 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 Aluminlte Bubber Plates. ^ jjANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buyi and Sell* Second Hand Goods. «reu.»=«i:. a096tt " treet W.J.Barnett, s Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. «T Market street. Calls attended day or rJgnt The finest outfit in the U.S. Col. C. 1,. wo". will remain with mo. «-.. Office 16. Bealdenco-Mutual, Phones K?O u.iw. ___ EL- S- Hunt, DENTliST- All the latest In medicine and When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperman, SM.Fourth Street Opp. Court HOUBB Entrance. New JUnd ertake rs 3U3 Market street, Hoppo Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Charl"e L. Woll. Telephone 2 DR. C. D. EVEBSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of, Fourth and Market Streets. McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan, Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILYPHAEOS FRIDAY NOV. 19, 1897. OITY MR.WS Bankrupt sale of shoes at Walden'a. Hot soda is refreshing, at Porter's. A. No. S agate tea kettle 55Cj formerly SOc—McCaffrey. Try our corn starch, 5c package Saturday only.—Keystone. Charles E. Hale, the barrister, is entertaining his mother, Mrs. Austin, Of Vermont. Attend the cut price on cloaks tomorrow; stock too large; we must unload—Trade Palace. If ycu have any furs to be made •Ter, bring them tonight or tomorrow to the Golden Rule. Don't tall to see my line of underwear before buying, heavy and warm, prices the lowest.—Will Murdocfc. Harry L. Miller of Peru was here yesterday to engage the "Chimes" • aartette for the county institute which is to be held at Peru next Friday. Mr. Eichhorn will accompany them. The Eastend Pleasure club's masquerade dance last night at Dolan & McHale's hall was very largely attended. The costumes were both novel and attractive. Stelnhart's orchestra furnished the music. The trouble In the Marlon lodge of Elks over the Initiation of Bob Fiti- •immong, Is practically settled, and the cordial relation! heretofore existing between the Marlon body and the •rand lod*e will be restored. The Jaoorda. will •now that Fitwlmmons wu expelled. MAGNIFICENT Are Stations of the Crow Purchased for St. Joseph's Church. Were Painted bj an Eminent Artist of Munich, Germany, and Cost 81,600. The stations of the cross recently purchased by the members of the St. Joseph's Catholic church have arrived and been placed in position in the church, and on next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the beautiful and impressive ceremonies of blessing the stations will be performed As the rules of the ^Catholic church require that this ceremony cannot be conducted by.any but a priest belonging to the order of St. Francis, arrangements have been completed whereby one of the Franciscan Fathers of Indlinapoll9,will be present and conduct the ceremonies. These stations consist of fourteen pictures! representing scenes in the closing days of Christ upon earth, from His trial before Pontius Pilate to His crucifixion and resurrection, and are used during the lenten season to assist in drawing the minds of the faithful to We agonies endured by Christ. -They are truly works of art, being the creation of a celebrated artist of Munich, Germany, and cost $1,600. They are genuine oil paintings, encased In heavy oaken frames, trimmed with gilt. CHICAGO MARKETS Recelted Dally by W. W. MUner, at ti. A. K. Itulldini;. Chicago, Nov. 19, H897. Wheat— For Dec., opened. 95}c; high, 96c; low, 95}o; closed, 95*0, Wheat— For May, opened, 90f @}c; high, 91 Jc; low, 90J@ic; closed at . Corn— For Dec., opened, 26t@io; high, 26j@c; low, 26}@|c; closed 26fc. Oats— Dec. opened, 22}c: high, 22Jc; low, 2Uc; closed, 2Uo. Rye— Dec. opened, 47Jc; high, 48c: low, 47Jc; closed, 47Jc. Pork— For Dec. opened, 17.32 high, $7.37; low, 17.32; closed at $7. 32. Lard— For Jan.. onened, 14 30; high, $4.30; low, $4.27; closed at $4.27. Ribs— For Jan., opened, $4.27; high, 14.27; low, 14.25; closed at $4,25. Hogs today, 32,000; left over, 3,000; estimated for tomorow 22,000. Market opened shade higher, closed weak. Receipts of cattle, 4000; shady: sheep, 9,000, steady. Mixed, $3.35@*3 574; heavy, $3.25 @3 55; rough, *3.25@I3.35; light, $3.35@3 55. Dec. wheat— Curb, 90|®c; puts, S91 (3}J; calls, 91c. MBSs. TAYLOR APPOINTED Superintendent of the American Parity Leagne for Logansport. Mrs. Dr. Taylor, of our city, has been appointed superintendent of the American Purity League for Logansport and vicinity by the president, Rev. A. S. Atteberry, of Chicago. This society has a rescue home in all the leading cities in the United States, and the object of this society is to look after fallen women and girls and furnish them with a place where they can have a chance to reform and to attain better things. This is a good work and ought to have the practical support of all good people. Dr. Taylor because of her education and experience in working with the poor and the unfortunate, Is peculiarly fitted for this position, and she ought to have the support of all the ladies in our city. Dr. Taylor receives no compensation for her services, and she certainly needs the help which the ladles of Influence in our city can give her in this unpleasant but important work. _ FREE PDBL1C BATHS. Major Taggart of Indianapolis Furors the Establishment of Such an Institution, Mayor Taggart of Indianapolis has inaugurated a movement looking to the establishment of free public baths which he characterizes as a much needed improvement. He is receiving the support of the board of health, and there will be no person at Indianapclis, however poor, who will not have a place before long to bathe free of charge. This is a good movement, and should be taken up by all the cities of the state. Ben HOT Notice. Tirz&h Court, No. 11. T. B. H., will meet In adjourned session to- nljjht to make arrangements to attend the Ben Hur celebration and banquet at Marlon Tuesday and Tuesday Dlfht, Nov. 23. A large attendance is desired at the meeting tonight. By r otder of— Chief. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Dreised chickens at Foley's. Shoes at half price at Walden's. Celery, lettuce, Rothermel Sat'day. Six packages rolled oats Saturday for 33Jc—Keystone. Bellflower apples, catawaba and tokay grapes at Foley's. Mr. John Taylor of Anoka lost a valuable horse last Monday. Dressed rabbits' and all kinds of dressed poultry at Kinney's. Frank Grles has accepted a position at Wai. Routb's meat market. 50 more of those 75c jardeaiers for tomorrow at 39c—Trade Palace. Philip Brobeck, aa old resident of Carroll county, is dangerously ill. Tomorrow will be special sale day in our cloak annex—The Bee Hive. We received today another car of fancy cabbage; 45c a dcz -McCaffrey. The finest line ot diamond rings in the city—Ben Martin, Fourth streec. James Maloney of Melbourne avenue is confined to his home by Illness. See the latest styles in Drew, Selby & Co 's fine shoes at Ellas Winter's. The| third annual chrysanthemum fair is being held at Young America this week. There will be a special service at the Baptist church Thansgiving day in Royal Center. . The finest furs in the land will be shown tomorrow at the opening at the Golden Rule. George Hendee of Boone township has purchased a forty acre farm; consideration, $1,200. Elmer, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sickel of Clymers station Is seriously ill. Mrs. Jesse Powlen of Sycamore street, is suffering from an attack of Imfiammatory rheumatism. Remember we are head quarters for low prices on good shoes—Willey's cash shoe store, 3rd and Market &t. Lout—Half grown pug dog with leather collar; small bell attached. Reward for return to 1318 High St. Rev Father Quinn of St. Mary's church, Lafayette, is visiting Rev. Wm. Hogan, of St. Vincent's church. Fancy oranges, bananas, rnalaga grapes, figs, dates, and in fact everything nice for a Sunday dinner— Keystone. W. C. Routh and Max Grable have returned from their hunt in Michigan and report having had an enjoyable time. Cotton flannel, outing flannel, bleached muslin, unbleached muslin, and calico, choice, 10 yards for 44u— Chicago Bargain Store. Frankfort Crescent: "Charles and Frank Reed have returned to their home in Logansport after a short visit here with friends." A dalsey photograph frame given given away with every dozen cabinet pictures at Anderson's new ground floor gallery. 606 Broadway. The EH Perkins lecture held at Young America was a success. The net proceeds amounted to 847, which will go toward the school library. The contract for the construction of the Horace Gotsnall ditch in Noble township, was let to James Cotner and Lincoln Adair.of Fords Crossing. The funeral of the late Mrs, Nancy Wilson, residing South of Poplar G-rove was held at 2 o'clock last Wednesday from the Poplar Grove church. The attendance at the Wheatland street M. E. church bazaar was very gratifying last evening. A special effort will be made in the display of flowers both tonight and tomorrow night. The First Presbyterian church will give a cantata during the Christmas season. The choir will be a leading feature, assisted by the best local talent. Rehearsals for the affair will begin tonight. The funeral of Elmer C. Nicholson, the young son of William Nicholson, of Clymers, was held today at 2 o'clock from the residence, conducted by Rev. Hagenbuck, Interment will be made In the Clymers cemetery. Miss Mary Renn and mother, and Misses Lizzie Moesta, Emma Burgman, Mary Heber, Louise, Dora and Minnie Hartman, and Ernest and Carl Renn have returned from a brief visit with Prof. John Renn at flunt- ington. Pulasfci County Democrat: "W. R. Lowe and family of Logansport expect to move here a week from next Monday, and will occupy the residence now being vacated by Dr. Geo. Thompson. Mr. Lowe is manager of the telephone system." The Odd Fellows' exhibition drill will be one of the attractions at the rink this evening. The ladies wi! serve a chicken pie dinner from 11 to 1 o'clock tomorrow for 25 cents. The bazaar will be open all afternoon and there will be a special sale of flowers, both afternoon and evening. Charles Botthofl was arrested at Kokomo today by Sheriff Hombnrg upon a warrant issued on a grand jury indictment charging him with assault an4 battery and trespass.The accused is in jail. It is alleged that he thiew a bottie through the window of a Pqphancle coach at Walton list '•• : Our Shoes Fit Like gloves And they wear Like Iron. We treat our customers 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 take charge of the Penmanship classes. His time will be devoted exclusively to this line of wort. Lofranflport needs a First Class School of Pen Art, and we take pleasure in announcing that we are now prepared to nive the yery be? t instruction that can be had. Mr. Frederick Is a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. .Columbus, O-, and was an instructor in that school until engaged by Hall's Business College. C. F. MOORE, Pres. Ball's Busioess College, Second and Third floor, Keystone Building, Logiospo rt, Ind. No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without paisn 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. j®"No charge for extracting with out pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, TATTXTT'TCT'l 311 1-2 Fourth St. LJC.Ci 1 lo 1 !Qver Fisher's Drug Store August, striking an Indianapolis lady in the face. Bargain day In our cloak room to morrow—Tne Bee Hive. F-or rent—Eight room house with barn, at 2116 Spear street. Auction at the Fair commencing at 10 a. m. and continuing day and night. Winter tans, newest styles—Willey's Cash Shoe Store, Third and Market streets. We want to make tomorrow a record breaker—The Bee Hive's up- building sale. John Brown of Fords Crossing, has leased a portion of his farm to the Standard oil company. St. Vincent's church bazaar will be continued tonight, but will positively finish this (Friday) evening. 426 Broadway is the place to buy your suits and overcoats. If you buy them of Helvle & Sellers, they're right. Will Murdock is showing Fred Walton's line of neckwear in 4-ln hands, pufls, tucks and ascots, beautiful effects, and rich coljrlngs. The young people of Clymers will give an oyster supper at the Clymers school house oo Thanksgiving eve, for the benefit of the Young People's Reading Circle. Aaron Greensfelder, formerly engaged in the shoe business here, is now employed in the mercantile establishment of Root & Co., of Fort Wayne, a large clothing house. The funeral of the 4-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vance, or 2101 Market, which occurred yesterday was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the residence, Rev. Ken- "I wish to say that I use and r6- commend one, and only one, baking powder, and that is Cleveland's." MARION HAKLAND, Author " Common Seas* In tb» Household." Guarantee. Grocer* K» ttrthocUed t* _ tack TOOT money it TOT do not And CWralud.'* til* t»«t bkkiBC powder you h«v« »r«r vwd.. r^^-- *W<«at". hSo~»- 1 DON'T MISS this opportunity to order yonr Winter Overcoat. You will need It be- toreilong. We nave such a choice selection of fabrics, from the beak woolen mills of the world, that we arc making up into stylish 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. Tailor and Draper, Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St, BANKRUPT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Having bought the "Walden 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 £joods must be sold to meet deferred payments and I will sell these goods at just = = 1=3 Less Than Wholesale Cost • - You cannot afford to rnlss this sale. Ifjou don't need them now, you will in. a few days. Is there any INVESTMENT that will PAY YOU AS MUCH? Thil wholesale daughter sale commenced Monday, November 8th. M. WALDEN 315 Fourth'Street, Logansport, Ind. dricks officiating. Interment was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Green beans and spinach, Roth'ml. Colored shirts in stripes In all colois, exclusive patterns at Will Murdock. Attend the Bee Hive's upbuilding sale tomorrow; special bargains in every department. Toppy styles in ladies' fine shoes; lowest prices.—Willey's cash shoe store, 3rd and Market streets. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Kokomo have returned home after a short visit with Logansport friends. A heavy beaver jacket, in blue, green or black, with new band velvet- inset collar and kersey strap seam, value Is 19, tomorrow your choice for •5 48, at the Bee Hive's upbuilding sale. THE PIPE FELL IN. Bad Luck for the Drillers on the Crook Farm. The well on the Crook farm in Adams township was expected to have been drilled In yesterday, but the drillers let a section of pipe fall into the "well and it may have to be abandoned.The pipe was being taken out for some purpose and the hook broke, letting the pipe drop about 300 feet to tae bottom of the well. Lnte yesterday afternoon the drillers had not been able to get the well in shape for further drilling. It was hard to get any information from the contractor, but it is believed the drill bad been sunk into the earth about 800 feet. Tomorrow's fppcials at Folej's. Best crackers, 5c lb.; cabbage, 15 to 35c doz.: nickle plated tea kettle, 73c each; dark fine cut tobacco, l-c lb.: '.arge bottle ammonla.S".: writing tablets, 2c each: parlor stand. 43c each; a 25c can baking powder for 17c. Warning. Notice is hereby given that we intend maktsg it warm for all parties using our winter underwear.—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. 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 Seasonable 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 CRAIG, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee'i. . Time'n Change*. What a whirligig of changes the Toters of New York do bring about in one short year. Here Boss Platt bad a majority of nearly 80 in the last assembly, and now he is trying to figure out a bare majority of one or two by count- Ing for his own side the Jake Worth Republicans and the lonesome Citizens' Unionist*. THE. City National Bank. LO&AXSPOET, Imo. CAPITAL ...... $200.00* Jens GRA.T, President, I. N. CBA-WFORD, Vice Pres. F. K. FOTTIJEB, Cashier. -DIBECTOBS- Jobn Or»y. I. N Crawford. J- T. EUlott, Dr, W. H. Beli. A. P. Jenki. W, C. Pennock, IJHUW Shiceler. G«o. W, Funk and John C. Loan money on personal and collate™' (security. Buy and sell Government bonds. i Will pay 2 per ceni per annia m on certiflCftMf of deposits, wht?n deposited six months ; J per cent per aanum when Jeft one year. Boies to Safety Deposit Vaults, for ml» , kerpiKg of valuable papers, rented at from $5 to $15 per year. Erp«iue For With a Eepnblican majority of three or four in the Ohio legislator* Mr. Hanoi must prepare himaftlf for a rigorous MMnlt on his checkbook. Booh a narrow Republican majority is al-ways the rignal for the hold up of the Republican •aodidattt for United State* senator. ow Urn* the^World-Beatwr. London, Nov. 18. — The new torpedo destroyer Crane, had her official trial to Stoke* bay yesterday. She mad* 8.41 fcnoU per hour. ........ ___,_ Vint of the Winter C»«n»l<i**. Ortormlle, Minn., Nov. 18.—Two brothers, George acci Homer Brewer, ased 17 and 13 respectively, were drowned while ! ikatlng on Big Stone lake yeiterday afternoon. One broke through the Jc« and the other was dragged under while try- tnf t» gave him. Illinoln Odd fellows' Ofloeffc Springfield, Ela-, Nov. 18.—The foDow- Joc officers were elected by the Grand Lodge Independent Order at Odd Fellow* yesterday: Grand master, Clc«r* 3. LIndley, of Greenville; grand , James R. Miller, oj

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