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November 23, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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OAILYPHAIIOS TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1897. QITYNRW3. $4 shoes »2.48 at Walden'8. Diamond rings.—Ben Martin. Green kern at Keystone grocery. Sweet cider, Rotbermel, Wed'day Finest celery grown, at Johnston's Dressed ducks, Rothermel, Wed'j Bob White fljwer $2 35,McCaffrey George Forgy was in Peru yester day. Plenty turkeys, live and dressed— Traut. Plenty of turklea and chickens.— McCaffrey. Shoes at half price Walden's bank rupt store. Fresh mackerel, blue fish and ret snapper at Klnney'a. George Stlnebeck, of Elwood, was In the city yesterday. Wanted—Two first-class coat makers—P. J Hooley. For fresh taffies, made every day stop et Quigley'8 new store. Turkeys, chickens, ducks—every thing In poultry at Foley's: The work of drilling for oil a' Adamsboro WB,S begun today. Large Kentucky blue ribbon celery the largest in the world—Traut. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dougiaas, o Peru, are visiting relatives here. Fancy bon bon boxes for Thanks giving candle* at Wright & Brittons Try our fancy mocha and Java coffee for Thanksgiving dinner—Keystone. Orange*, grapes, lemons, bananas and apples at Johnston's, 5th street Dr. Passage, of Peru, was In the .city today on professional business. Plenty of turkeys, chickens, fish and oysters.—Tucker &Ray 528 Mar Dog skin gloves for bare-skin hands at Dewenter the Hatter and Fr~ isher. Mr. 0. J. Powell, of Marion, has accepted a clerkship at Maibec's shoe store. Don't pay any more than 7Jc Ib. forbesc hams,"'tis our price.—McCaffrey. Genuine country honey, not in wood boxes, but loose, 121c pound— Traut. A lar?e lot of 18 karat plain gold rings just received—Ben Martin, 4th street. Keep cool—have some ot Shearer's ice cream for Thanksgiving. Order early. Kennedy's best fruit cakes in one pound and five pound tins, 20c pound —Traut. The public schools will be dismissed tomorrow for the remainder of the week. We want a little of vour Thanksgiving order, if a lot of goodies will get It—Traut. Grand ball by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen at the rink tomorrow night. Remember that we are headquarters for all kinds of fine fruits, nuts, oysters, celery, etc,—Keystone. Irrislstably stunning is our new neckwear for Thanksgiving dinner.— Dewenter the Hatter and Furnisher. Kokomo Tribune: Miss Rhetta Ma'nln entertained Miss Fannie Mitchell of Logansport, over the Sabbath. Roses, American beauties, violets, carnations, chrysanthemums, smtlax, etc., for Thanksgiving at Chas Pattorson's. Porter's. Deputy Sheriff Grotrlal of Allen county, was In the city today, en route to the Jeflersonville reformatory with two prisoners. New lettuce, radishes, onions, cauliflower, parsley, oyster plant, in fact everything pertaining to a good Thanksgiving dinner—Traut. Contractor John Walling has completed a handsome new frame residence for Jerry McCarty, corner of Miami and Vine streets, Westslde, All kinds of new nuts, malaga grape*, catawba grapes in 5-lb baskets, nice oranges, large fancy eating pears and bellenower apples at Traut's. John A. Swallow and Mrs. James Stover were called to Versailles, O., by the serious illness of their father, Moses Swallow. They left on the 4:30 train last even- Ing tor that place. ITS MERITS DISCUSSED Meeting of Citizens to Consider Pro posed Electric Road to Burlington. Committee Chosen to Prepare Plan for Carrying the Project Into Effect, Tbe meeting at the court hous last night which was called to ascer tain the feelings of the citizens 1 regard to the construction of an elec trie railway from this city to Bur llngton, was well attended and mue, interest manifested in the project. The meeting was called to order b President Keesling of the Citizens association, and Joseph T. McNar gave an outline of what was propose in the matter of constructing th road and the probable cost of th enterprise. He referred to the valu able trade that may he los to the business men of this city i case we are not first to reach out an extend a line of railway communica tion in that direction. He read let ters from residents of Burlington proffering aid and encouragement the enterprise. An hour or more was spent in dis cussing the project. Summarized, al expressed themselves as favoring th enterprise, but were skeptical cf th ability of the citizens to raise th money required to carry it out Among those who spoke favorably o the project were Dr. Asa Coleman Henry Tucker, D. W. Tomlinson W. A. Osmer, Jaseph Wiler, Dr. M A. Jordan, OttoKraus, Joseph Krie and C. A. Spry. As the result of the meeting a committee, composed of B. F. Kees ling, J. T. McNary and Jos. Kreis was appointed to name, through thi dally papers, a committee of twenty five citizens, to whom will be referred the work of organizing the movement into some tangible form The meeting then adjourned. CHICAGO MARKETS at Received Dally by W. W. MHner, 6. A. R. Building. Chicago, Nov. 23, 1897. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 95Jc; high, 95|c; low, 95Jc; closed, 95|c, Wheat—For May, opened, 9U high, 91}@5o; low, 90fc; closed at He a. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26Jc; high,26J@J-c; low, 25|-c; closed 25Jc. Oats—Dec. opened, 20Jc: high, 20Jc; low, 20i@|c; closed, 20i@|c. Eye—Dec. opened, 48c; high, 8c; low, 47c; closed, 47ic. Pork—For Dec. opened, 18.15; high, $8.17; low, $8.12; closed at$S.!2. Lard—For Jan., opened, 14.22; high, $4.22; low, $4.20; closed at 4.20. Klbs—For Jan., opened, 14.17; high, 14.16; low, 14.12; gclosed at 4,12. Dec. wheat—Curb, 90J(2>Jc; puts, OJ@j-; calls, 9lt@Jc. . Hogs todB,y, 40,000; left 'Over, ,200; estimated for tomorow 42,000. Market opened 5 to lOc lower; closed to lOc lower. Mixed, $3.35@83 55; heavy, 13,20 @3.52i; rough, $3.20@I3.35; light, 3.30@3 55. Receipts of cattle, 4,000; sheep, ,000. MOKE PAUPEKSJ Upon Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKIIG POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO. 1893 iirnlshed Tickets and Unloaded Logausport. The Marion Leader states that fl&rry Hickman, engaged in the bone business, "has been arrested so often for maintaining a nuisance that he was unable to pay the fines that had piled up against htm, and it is thought that he is now in Logansport. He left hla family behind in destitute circumstances and endeavoring to live in a little hovel east of the fair grounds. Their sad con- d'ition was reported to the Jewish people of the city who supplied them with food and clothing and purchased tickets for them to Logansport." A SEW LAW To be Recommended in Connection With Pension Legislation. The commissioner of pensions will make an Important recommendation to congress in the way of pension legislation. It is Intended to stop, if possible, the practice which is notoriously general, of women marrying old soldiers merely for the sake of securing a pension, which they will become entitled to upon the death of theirjjhusbands. They propose to recommend to congress that a law be passed providing that hereafter women marrying soldiers shall not be entitled to a widow's pension upon the decease of their husbands. 8TETE BRODIE With the Sew York Stars at Dolan'g Friday Sight. The announcement that the "New York Stars," in conjunction with tbat eld-time favorite, Steve Brodie, wil. be the attraction at the opera house Friday night. Brodie's name has be come a household word throughout America, and as a perennial favorite his coming is always looked forwarc to with a great deal of Interest and speculation, nor does Steve seek to be one particular star among this group of tneatrlcal luminaries, for the rest of the company comprises such popular favorites as W. C. Williams, Gar nella and Shirk, pretty little Annte Hart, Coakley and Huested, Leslie and Curdle. Hlatt and Peirl, Joe Weeger, James Fort, and Curtis and Gordon, who exhibit the most won derful bag punching and boxing ever seen on any stage. Brodie's act con slsts of an entire novelty, in which he will be assisted by the member? o the company. Eckert-Bucber. At St. Joseph's church, at 3 o'clock this morning, occurred the marriage of Mr. John Eckert, the well-known retail liquor dealer, and Mrs. Eda M. E. Bucher. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Koehne, and was witnessed by large number of friends of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Eckert lelt on an early train for a two weeks' tour of the south. They will first visit Macon, Ga. Upon their return they will go tc housekeeping at once in the groom's beautiful home at 224 River avenue. Mr. Eckert is a wealthy and influential citizen. His bride is the only sister of Mr. V. E. Setter, vice president of the Logansport State bank, and a most estimable lady. Both enjoy the friendship and esteem of a large circle of admiring friends, with whom the Pharos joins in extending hearty congratulations. Death of Mrs. Place. Mrs. Susan T. Place, widow of Tames U. Place and mother of Mrs. Charles Young, of this city, died at her home In New Waverly at l o'clock this moraing of la grippe and dropsy, aged 72 years. She had been sick for about three weeks. Toe leceaaed possessed many admirable raits of character and was highly steemed by a wide circle of friends. Four childien survive a dutiful mother. Her son, Weller Place, of outh Bend, and her daughters, Mrs. Young and Mrs. Miller, of Indianapolis, were at her bed-side when she died. Her daughter Del, who re- ides in California, is expected tomorrow. The time of the funeral las not yet been'fixed. A Yonng Wife's Order. A young married woman of this Jty in sending her first order to a well-known grocer over the telephone, said: "I want ten pounds of, >aralyzed sugar." "Yes; anythnlg :lse?" "Two cans of condemned milk." He sent down pulverized ugar and condensed milk, "A bag f fresh salt; be sure it is fresh. A iound of desecrated codfish." "Noth- ng more? Here's some nice horse adish—just in." No, it won't be of use: we have no horse," And then he clerk sat down on a kit of mack- rel and fanned himself with a jatent washboard. SENSATIONAL CLOAK SALE. An Eastern Manufacturer going out of business in order to dispose of bis stock in an. entirety, for cash, was willing to sell at leas than cost of productioa. Our resident New York Buyer, Mr. B. Goldstein being 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 is beautiful to an extreme, we have made it still more attractive b? adding several lots from our regular stock of'extra Fine Garments. Giving the people of Logansport and vicinity the Greatest Money Saving Chances to Buy Cloaks at prices that will surprise you. In this Ladies Cloth Capes, Ladies Cloth Jackets, Ladies Plush Capes, Ladies Astrakhaa 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. Another Slaughter —IN— Shoes. 97c for Men's 81.50 Dress Shoes 98c " " Heavy Shoes. 69c " " Satin Ca)f Shoes. 25c " " low cut Rubbers. 98c '= Ladies' Dress Shoes. 96c " old Ladies' solid comfor Shoes. 64c for old Ladies' Wool |lined Shoes. 93c for " " Button Shoes 92e '•' Boy's lace Shoes, 86e " Youth's lace Shoes. lOc '• Ladies' Slipper. Everything as in "proportion, 'low 403 Broadway. White AS Snow Volunteers of America. A special Gospel service will be held this evening at S p. m. at' the Volunteers armory, 311 Third street. Good music. Everybody Invited. Admission free. Death of Mrs. Minnie Friese. At 1 o'clock this morning occurred he death of Mrs. Minnie Frieise, an Id and respected resident of this ity. Deceased was 87 years of age nd was a faithful member of the German Lutheran church. She leaves everal grown children, nauely: Ber ,ard, Frederick, Minnie aLd Wm. Prelse, all of this city. The funeral will be held Friday at ; o'clock p. m. from the Ger«san jutherac church, Rev. Termensteln, isolating. Interment will be made a Mt. Hope cemetery. The Festive Hobo. A hobo was "panhandling" on the treets yesterday. He had cut off he end of his shoe and carefully wrapped his toe in muslin. He laimed that his toes were also oft nd he wanted the money to buy niruent. He was afterward seen on he streets with a good pair of shoes, s he bad no money it is presumed e either stole them or someone made im a present of them. Want the Same Territory. The Delphi Times is stirring up he citisens of tbat town and a meet- ng is to be held to take steps toward ecnring an electric line into the ter- tory soon to be Invaded by the Ko- omo electric road. It is evidently a good business section and Logansport must hustle or lose it entirely. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen. The only reliable, fully warranted. —Longwell & Cummlngs, Masonic temple. The Weather. Fair tonight and Wednesday; not so cold Wednesday. Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Wagon will call for us a trial. Both 'Phones 110. your work. Give j If You Want | lobein the Swim You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— I Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit You Whea all otben fail. IF YOU WANT TO BUY Good Shoes AT Lowest Prices See Special Attention Given to Fit and Single Pair Orders. See us foi Holiday Shoes and Slippers. Ererj Pair Guaranteed. THE BIGGEST MAN and tbejsmallest in town, will equal satisfaction in the fit of clothes if our tape line baa around him We have a sort of pride in fitting men that other tallon can't please. It's the know-how that tells the taste, and our experience and observation has given M that. Come in and look over our stock of Fall Goods, and try not to be amazed 'at the prices we quote. 409 Tailor, Market Street. FALL AND WINTER Goods Now On Exhibition. ; I have a complete line of HEATING STOVES at prices that will astonish you. Sucb High Grade Oaks as Radiant Home, Estate, Peninsular, Jewells and Jewetts. Natural Gas, OJorless Heaters, Radiators, etc. Cooks and Ranges In endless varieties. CALL AND EXAMINE AND LEAEN PRICES. H.xJ. ORISMOMD 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 K- Oarroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is tbe time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock include* all tbe leading makes. My terma are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n tbe house. Tbe old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSETT Fall winter Woolens. A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor, 318 Market Street-

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