Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 20, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, November 20, 1897
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DAILY PHAEOS SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1897. A GBATER CHARGE QITY NRWS. Qulgley has salted peanuts. Bankrupt show at Walden's. Auction at the Fair tonight. For fine candies see Qulgley. Plenty fresh eggs—Rothermel. Fancy quinces 35c peck—Foley. Pure sugar candles at Strecker's. Country butter 15c—Rothermel. Eggs, eggs, 16c a doz.— Keystone. Best country butter, 15c Ib tonight —Traut. Quigley has something new—buttered panslts. 200 dressed chickents 71 and 8Jc pound—Traut. Dill pickles, melon and pepper mangoes at Foley's. 2 Ibs packages rolled oats, 5c pick- age tonight—Traut. Don't forget us when you want good celery.—Keystone. Boast rabbit at Kuhn Bros., cor. Fifth and Market streets, tonight. Mac McAllister, the printer, Is confined to his room by a severe illness. Pork roast, brown gravy, potato salad and celery, at Win. Carmell's tonight. Walter Behmer brought in fifteen rabbits last evening as a result, of a day's hunt. Miss Florence Alexander will entertain the Black Cat club Thanksgiving eve. Fried oysters, potato salad and fine lager beer tonight at Fred Heppe's, 317 Third street. The 0»is county Horticultural society held a business meeting this afternoon at the court house. J. H. Wise has returned from Indianapolis. He attended the meeting of the 1. O. O. F. grand lodge. When going to the postofflee tomorrow morning call at Wright & Britton's and get a nice box of candy. The social Christian circle were pleasantly entertained by Miss Edith Dritt last evening at her home on Westslde. John Arthur, lineman for the Western Union telegraph company, this city, is at Marion today on company business. George Hendee, of Royal Centre, mounted the rock eagle on exhibition Bt Louie Waodrei's restaurant. It is a neat job. Typographical union No. 136 will meet tomorrow af teruoou at 2 o'clock. The rebate system of paying dues is a special matter. S. W. Trie!:, a traveling salesman in the employ ot the J. T. Elliott company, is sick at St. Joseph's hospital with typhoid fever, Mr. Fulton, chief operator in the offices of the Western Union telegraph office ai Indianapolis, Is in the city today on company business. Country sausage, SJc Ib.; garlic sausage, Sic Ib.; pickled pigs feet, 5c Ib.; Frankfort sausage, SJc Ib.; pickled tripe, 5c Ib., at Foley's. John Ullery of foe Peru lumber company, was in the city today. He states that the new well drilled in at the fair grounds west of Peru, yesterday is-afailure.., x_ Will Boerger", of the flrm^of Boerger •"Bros., grocers, Is confined to his home on the Westside by a severely sprained back, which was caused^ in trying to lift a sack of beans. Attorneys Myers, Lalry and Walters went to Columbus, Ohio, today to take the depositions of John F. Johnson in a few cases which will soon come up in the circuit court. Mrs. F. N. Berkey, of Monticello, who has been the guest of Miss Carrie Bevan for the past few days, departed this morning for Wabash, where she will visit friends for several days. Charles B. Kerlin, the expert ma^ chinist, has been engaged to open safe at the saloon of the iate Frank Pottmeyer. The combination of the strong box was known only to the deceased. The Logan Milling company has purchases the plat of ground lying east ot the mill on Erie avenue, extending to Berkley street. It was a part of the old canal property. Walter A. Osmer has also purchased a triangular strip of the old canal property east of Seventeenth street. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BftKiNG POWDER Than that of Jumping Cars Aboard Street Ig that Lodged Agalnit Thomas and Homer Mitchell and Al Grandstaff. On Wednesday evening Patrolman Graham arrested Thomas and Homer Mitchell, two Eastend boys, upon the charge of jumping on street cars. Upon being arraigned before the mayor the case was dismissed; but Sheriff Homburg was on hand with warrants issued on indictments returned by the grand jury charging tne youngsters with the theft of cop per span wires from the street car track, between Twenty-fourth and T wen by-fifth streets. Al GrandstaB, another Eastend lad, indicied wlth^the Mitchell boys, for the same oftense, was arrested last night by Patrolman Graham. It is alleged that the boys sold the wire, which is valued at 140, to a Sixth street junk dealer. • G. U. 0. 0. F. Instituted in This CHy Thursday ETBU- log—Officers Installed. The lodge of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows an organization composed of colored men was organized in this cit7 on Thursday ev- nlng at their hall over Ferguson's & Jenks's clothing store on Market street. Twenty-one candidates were initiated into the mysteries of Odd Fellowship by a degree ttaff from Tlppecanoe lodge of Lafayette. The new lodge starts out under very flattering auspices, and bids fair to keep pace with similar organizations throughout the state. The following officers have been elected and installed In the duties of their offices: P. S.—George Adams. E. S.—George Pirker. N, G.—S. S. Jones. V. G.—Charles Parker. P. and F.—Henry Harris. N. F.—John Taylor. P. N. G.—James Carter. W. T.—Horace Turner. SCRAPS OF SEWS WORLD , 1893 Relating to the Railroads and Their Employes. The gravel pit at Trimmer will be opened Monday and three crews will be put to work hauling gravel. The Panhandle bridge Inspection party passed through the city today and will inspect the condition of the bridges on the Bradford division. Trainmaster May of the Panhandle was engaged today in examining a number of applicants for positions as brakemen on the Chicago division of the Panhandle, Panhandle Engineer Chas, Kloenne, who was severely scalded several weeks ago, helng caused by the blowing out of a plug in the boiler head of the engine, was ahle to be on the streets today and Is much improved. Fireman Jesse Evans, wbi> was also seriously scalded at the time, is slowly recovering, but is still confined to his bed. A WIPE BEATER. Winfleld Scott Street Arrested for That Offense. Hannah M. Street, who, on Wed nesday, filed a complaint for divorce from her husband, Winfield Scott Street, caused.thejirrest of thelatte: this morning upon the charge of as sault and battery. She also filed an affidavit against John Schrodpr charging him with provoke. The trial of the accused was called at' o'clock this afternoon. Circuit Court. E. F. Reed and others against C W. Graves, administrator of the es tate of the late Williamson Wright dismissed at plaintiff's cost. W. C. Fttzer, attorney for ttoe de fendant, has filed a motion to se aside the judgment in the case of T W. Nichols against Daniel Merschen dorf. B. F. Campbell was appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the lat« Isabella Sedam. The suit of Thomas Evans and others against Sheriff Homburg wa dismissed. The case cf Guise, guardian against Miller and others, brough here from Fulton county, was sub mitted to Judge Cbase yesterda afternoon. Argument was made b five attorneys, including F. M. KIst ler, Judge Nelson and Q. A. Myers Aggault and Battery. In Justice Fender's court Friday George Shadron was found guilty of the charge of assault and battery, preferred by Richard D. Bell, and paid a fine and costs aggregating »15,50. Enffrared Tlsiting Cards, l?er hundred,with plate, $1.50;dupll- c*te orders •!—Locgweli & Cum- mlnga. Kecelied Daily by W. W. MUner, 6. A. B. Building. Chicago, Nov. 20, 1897. Wheat—For Dec., opened, 95Jc; high, 95fc; low, 95c; closed, 95ic. Wheat—For May, opened, 90J@|c; ilgh, 90|@tc; low, 90jc; closed at '01 c. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26}@c; high, 26i@c; low, 25i@c; closed CLAY CLEMENT • Writes Beautiful PUjs add to » SpUn- did Actor. Clay Clement i« a great playwright as well as well as a great actor. It is too bad that as Joseph Carroll in "A Southern Gentleman," he_cannot break away from the marked German accent which was a strong feature in his characterization of Baron Hoben- stauflen in "The New Dominion." However, to the person capable of appreciating true art, this defect is overshadowed as the play progresses by Ills ability to otherwise impersonate a southern gentleman of tne old school. "A Southern . Gentleman" Is a charming story of the south. The lines of the chief character, especial ly those spoken during the pathetic cenes, are framed In beautiful lan- uage. It was also observed that here are more dramatic situations ban were shown in Mr. Clement's rst success, "The New Dominion." 3f course, no play, founded upon in- idents of the south, is complete without a sprinkling of "color," and he latter element, tosether with an impoverished "Jedge," is son, and an Irish aptaln, furnish the comedy. There s a happy ending to the piece, in hat it leaves the audience expecting more, and prevents the usual rush rom the theatre before the final escent of the curtain. As usual, Mr. Clement is supported a strong company. His wife, whose stage name is Karra Kenwyn, mpersonated the character of Miss Arzella Thompson. The audience last night was not arge. $ Few plays will be presented at Dolan's this season that will contain more real enjoyment than did "A Southern Gentleman." Mr. Clement and'compauy went to 'rankfort this morning. CHICAGO MARKETS ATTEND THE Fur Opening Tonight & Tomorrow BY Mr. Breivogel, Walter Buhl & Representing Co, at Jan., opened, 14.22; low, 14.17; closed at One of the largest and best Fur Manufacturers in the country at THE GOLDEN RULE. A. Serious Charge. Mrs. Edna Wagner, of Wabash, complained to Patrolman-Graham, Thursday night, that a certain young man of this city had knocked her down and relieved her of her pocketbook coctaining .$15. The accused has not been arrested. Mrs. Wagner's husband is the man who was charged, a few years ago, with having set fire to the North street house. She was arrested upon the charge of intoxication and was held until today, when she paid the usual fine. Clerks' Union. The members of the newly organized Retail Clerks' union will hold a special meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the council chamber. All retail clerks desiring to join the organization and who wish tolavail themselves pf the opportunity of becoming charter members of the organization should be present tomorrow and sign the constitution. The charter will be closed after tomorrow's meeting. Another Slaughter —IN- Shoes. »+»»»»»»++»•»»»»•••••»••»»»*••••»•••++»+++»+•••••••« FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exhibition. I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at prlcei 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 Jn endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES. Oats—Dec. opened, 21 fc: high, 212c: iow,20Jc; closed, 20i[o. 3,ye—Dec. opened, 47Jc; high, 47|c; low, 46j-c; closed, 47J-C. Pork—For Dec. opened, 18.22 high, $8.22; low, 18.17; closed at |S.17. Lard—For Jan., opened, 14,25; high, $4.25; low, $4.22; closed at 14.22. Bibs—For high, 14.22; 14,20. Hogs today, 22,000; left over 000; estimated for tomorow 44,000. next week 190,000. Market opened steady, closed unchanged to shade higher. Receipts of cattle, 500; unchanged sheep, 2,000, dull. Mixed, |3.35@I355; heavy, 13.25 @3 55; rough, «3.25@I3.35; light, $3.35@3.55. Dec. wheat—Curb, 90J@*c; puts, 39} |; calls, 90J@frc.< Oil Notes. The pipe in the Crook well in Adams township was gotten out this morning and drilling was resumed. Trenton rock will perhaps be reached about Monday. The New Waveriy well will be in about next Tuesday it the drillers have no bad! luck. The well on the Bogers farm is down about 250 feet A delay of several days occurred on account of a shortage of pipe and much quicksand. The Adamsboro company expects Co begin drilling: next week. The first well will be located just west of Adamsboro near the Eel River railroad, The Bunker Hill company will begin drilling its irst well at W&lton next week. If the Logansport company does not find oil on the Rogers farm, the next well will be located nearer the city or at some point south of the Wabash river. Illegal Fishing. This afternoon Esquire Fender is- lued a warrant for the arrest of Edward Power?, residing on Washington street, Westsidie, upon the charge of unlawful fishing. An affidavit, alleging that Powers has been in the habit of spearing fish, was sworn to oy Deputy Fish Commissioner Hilde- nrandt. ''Pomp" is In TOWH. "Pomp," the colored pugilist who made Fighter Cory take off his gloves at Brace Lake B year or so ago, is again in town. He arrived last night in • box c*r and announces his willingness to meet any pugilist In the country, FiUsimmons preferred. 97c for Men's §1.50 Dress Shoes. 98c " ; - Heavy Shoes. 69c '•' - Satin Calf Shoes. 25c '•' " low cut Rubbers. 98c ''• Ladies' Dress Shoes. 96c " old Ladies' solid comfort Shoes. 64c for old Ladies' Wool lined Shoes. 93c tor " " Button Shoes. 92c t; Boy's lace Shoes, 86c " Youth's lace Shoes. lOc '• Ladies' Slipper. Everything as r jow in -proportion, 403 Broadway. Is your linen when it comes home from| Marshall's Laundry. No. 603 Broadway. Wagon will call fpr us a trial. Both 'Phones 110 your work. If you Want lo TJ& in the Swim You had better le HOOLEY -M&ke Your— Fall Suit Or Overcoat <%*• He will Pit To* all otheti ttiL THE BIQQEST MAN and the>maliegt m town, will gw equal satisfaction In the fit of ht clothes it our tape line has beei around him. We have a sort of prUfc tn fitting men that other ttttort can't please. It's the know-no^ that tells the taste, and our expert ence and observation has given • that. Come In and look orer o» stock of Fall Goods, and try not to bj amazed at the prices we quote. i xT. HEJRZ, Tailor! 409 Market Street. ! J. CRISMOND 312 Market Street. »+«»+»+++»»•»«•••••••••»•»»•»•••••**»•«••••«*•»*+++' FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-datl Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and ii act anything you want for a first class Busines DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. John R- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide y( self with a good Sewing Machine a very low price. My stock ioclni all the leading makes. My are easy, and there is oo excuse being out of a good sewing machil n the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6tl R. B WHITS ETT. And! dll winter Woolens A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor 318 Market, Street

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