John -=— CORNER Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line temerie Gloves new clasp. of Cenin the CASS COUNTY TEACHERS. The Association Coniened in Annual Session. FANCY CUTS -OF- Beef, Lamb, Veal & Pork Fancy Quality Lard 6cts —At- Wm. Rowe's Market, 5th and Broadway. ADDITIOSAL LOCALS. New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W F * Campbell'* E. H. GRACE, D- D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. JjANLEY^SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Qly»U. aeaU. 8W 8th street W.J. Barnett, **— toC - L - wo11 ' Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street <*"• »«f nd g old tf The finest outfit in the U. S. toi. ^- H will remain with mo. „,_,.., Office 16. Keeldence-Mutual. Phones 65:o. u. iro. on Fourth .tree, Ex- S- Hunt, -DENTIST- A U£ k o«E°Sr C U Telephone No. 32t> DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEETAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of. Fourth and Market Streets. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, IO»;FourUi Street Opp. Court House Entrance. 303 Market itroet, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls rromptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KlllUnwaifor many years foreman for Cbarl"s L. Well. Telephone 261 McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DA1LYPHABOS FRIDAY, NOV. 26, 1897. OITY MRWS Joe Frankenthal spent Thanksgiving in Chicago. They are still going—bankrupt •hoes at Walden's. Children's hose, black ribbed, all sizes, lOo, worth 25c.-Bee Hive's upbuilding sale. Mrs M. J McHale, ofSOS North street entertained the members of the Chrysantheuin club Wednesday afternoon. The Thanksgiving dinner served at the Johnston hotel yesterday was an elaborate affair, and was well patronized. Frank Watklns, Daniel and Mike Long, F-ank Russell, Jud McCarty and Harvey Holly of Peru were guests of Logansport friends yesterday. Mrs. J. B. Toby, ot High street, Is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. J. W Ward, ot Kewanna, and her mother, Mrs. J. W. Lee, of Bunt- ington, Miss Bessie Moon, daughter of Mr. and Silas B. Moon, died at 6 o'clock tots morning at tne family resldenca No. 171'? George street, of consumption, aged 24 years. The time of funeral hat not yet been given. This Morning at tbe Central Bnllding- Tbe Programme.! The Cass County Teachers' assocl- tion convened this morning in annual session at tbe Central school building. The attendance is not as large as at former meetings. The session was opened at 10 o'clock by E. E. Rogers, president of the association. He delivered an able address In which be touched upon tbe advancement made by tbe schools of the county during the past year. He also made a few suggestions of general interest to teachers. He was followed by Sarah E. Griswold of tbe Chicago Normal school, who delivered an interesting lecture on "Essentials in Teaching Read- Ing." At 1:15 this afternoon Mrs, Griswold delivered an address on "Class Exercises in Reading," which was followed by a general discussion._ "Oral; History" and "How to Train Children to Self-Help in Read- Ing" were subjects for general discussion, anr 1 many thoughts of great value to teachers were advanced. At the central building this even- ng, Dr. Driver, pastor of tbe first M. E. church of Marlon, will lecture on "Ultimate America." No admission fee will be charged and the public Is iuvlted. SATURDAY'S SESSION. Tbe convention will close tomorrow afternoon. Following Is the programme for tbe day: Essentials in Teaching Numbers- Sarah E. G-rlsw&ld. Oral history. Rest. Class Exercise In Numbers—Sarah E. Griswold. Questions and discussions. Dinner. D KumberWorkJor Prtmary_Grade8 "Safah'ETCJrTswo'ld. Miscellaneous business and adjournment. BLACK CAT CLUB. SaccessfnljTtiankf&lYlng Entertainment Last Mght. The second Thanksgiving night which has passed since the organization of the Black Cat Club will long be remembered by its members and. young friends. Last evening at the home of Mr. ancfMrsTEd. Alexander, the young ladles of the club entertained their gentlemen friends in a royal manner. The eleven members who compose the club received in the front parlor. The house was beautifully decorated with palms, smilax, carnations and roses tied with ribbons, all in the Club colors, red and yellow. The end of the hall was artistically furnished as an easy coiner that was eagerly sought as a resting place by the tired dancers. Beneath the arch from hall to parlor tie mistleto hung, tied with rea and yellow ribbon. Tables were placed in the dining room and back parlor foi the refreshments, which were ice crea», cake, coffee and salted almonds. Music was furnished by mandolin and guitar. The club has been meeting fjevery two weeks for two years, the members taking their needle work. This, their first entertainment given for the gentlemen, was a flittering success. Those attending were Misses Zaldie Michelle. Geneveive Karney, Antoinette Lux, Ethel Osborne, Thusa Elliott, Ada Jenks, Crete Skinner, Florence Alexander, Leaner Uhl, Maud Stewart, Jessie Penrose, Miss McMlllen, Lucy Hall, of Kokomo, Kate Hall, of Peru. Messrs. Ben Havens, Clyde Sailors, George Ruff, Ray Woods, Roy Klrkpatrlck, of Kokomo, Mr. Coke of St. Louis and Fred Thompson, Harry McSheehy, Ed Bliss, Frank Beaver, Adelbert Flynn, of this city. Advertised Letter List. List of advertised letters remaining In the postofflce at Logansport for the week ending Nov. 22, 1897. GENTS. Mr. T. A. Bird, Mr. Arch Bouer, Mr. Chas. Hiett, Jas. St. Clair. LADIES. Mrs. Lottie Conrad, Miss Sellna Growl, Mrs. G. W. Hicks, Miss Fannie Hofl, Miss Elsie Moore, Mrs. Mary Thompson, Mrs. M. W. Wright, Miss Maggie Wade. Persons desiring to obtain any of these letters, will please say advertised. V. C. HANA-WAIT, P. M. Me«ts Tomorrow. Tbe annual meeting of the Cass county Horticultural society will be held in the north court room on tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 p. m. Programme: Report of standing committees, election of officers, general discussion of horticultural topics. By order of com.—A. E. Flory, Sec. Frank Barr, foreman of the Marlon News' and wife, are in the city being called here by the dangerous Illness of the former's mother. Buy shoes Walden's bankrupt sale. Attend the Dig jacket sale tomorrow at the Trade Palace. Bread, cake and paring knife, tomorrow, 17c *et at Foley's. Timothy O'Connor, of Lucerne, died this morning aged 77 years. Rubbers to fit your shoes —Wll- ley's cash shoe store 3rd and Market street. F. M. Harwood and wife spent Thanksgiving with their daughter at New Castle. Elegant outing flannel worth lie, for 7}c during the Bee Hive's up- building sale. Fornoff's orchestra rurnished music for a dance and reception at Winamac last night, W. J. Richardson, representing tbe Catholic-Columbian, of Columbus. Ohio, is in the city. Mrs. Lori Dale returned to Frankfort today, after spending Thanksgiving here with friends. Mrs. A. E Barr, ot the Westslde, is reported to be dangerously ill of neuralgia of the stomach. Mrs. Mary Dewenter Is here from La'ayette visiting at the home of her son, John C, Dewenter. Our great upbuilding sale is still in force. Each department has something special.—The Bee Hive. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Anderson, of New Waverly spent Thanksgiving with their aon, A. W. Anderson, the barber. D. "E. Pry or reports that up to 7 o'clock last evening seventy-seven hundreths of an inch of rain fell in this locality. Henry Boyle, former pitcher of the national base bail league was in the slty today and was a guest of the Barnett hotel. Now that you have given thanks, prepare for winter. Dewenter. the hatter, can suit you in underwear, mufflers, gloves and caps. The ;,fifteenth golden weding of Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, will be celebrated all day tomorrow at their home on the Northslde. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fender, of Frankfort, spent Thanksgiving with the former's parents, Esquire and Mrs. G. W. Fender, o; this city. William Dolan, sr., was supplied with a beautiful set of antlers, last night, by the Logansport lodge of Elks, and he wears them gracefullv The largest and best line of bed room seta ever brought to the city will be on display in Ash £ Hadley's show room November 26th and 27th. The funeral of the late Mrs. Minnie Fries was held at 2:30 this afternoon from tie German Lutheran church, Rev. Tlrmenstein officiating, 125 ladles' and misses' jackets purchased at 33J per cent on the dollar of H. BlacK & Co., on sale tomorrow. Do not miss this sale—Trade Palace. Architect Grain will go to Winamac, Monday to accept tbe new county infirmary from the contrators. The building has just been completed, Three drunks were before Mayor McEee tbis morning and were assessed the usual fine. Not having the necessary money they were committed to jail. C, W. Traut, propletorof the Wide Awake grocery entertained all of his employes and families at a very bountiful Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. Having purchased 125 ladies' and children's jackets of H. Black & Co. at 33Jc on the dollar, we place sams on sale tomorrow at tbe same per cent.—TradePalace. The Chimes quartette, composed of Misses Frances Lux, Mae and Abbie Howe and Edna Stevens together with Prof. Eichhorn went to Peru this afternoon where they will j-lve a concert this evening. A num- 3er ot their friends accompanied them. The funeral of Mrs. J. U. Place will be held on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the family residence at New Waverly. Interment will be made in the Odd Fellow's cemetery at that place. Mrs. Beechgood, of Napa. Cal., a daughter of the deceased, arrived last evening. Miss Bertha Swigart, daughter of Jesse Swl^art, of Adamsboro, was united in marriage, Wednesday evening, to Mr. Roy Mathias, of Mexico, at the residence of the brde's par- Cur Shoes Fit Lite 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 Four trade. Elias Winter. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING and ANOTHER we manage to iurn out tbe beet fitting, exquisitely finished and dUtln- gue suits of clothing to be §een In Loganiport. We take paini to select the latest and hand* somest fadrlcs for your selection. Just now we are making nobby salt* In soft finished worsteds, chetiots, tweeds, casstmieres, and English mel- ton, beater and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St, Xow das the largest teachiog-force it has ever bad. Six Teachers are employed day and night. The faculty is not only the la (rest, but 9 made up cf the best educated men that have ever been connected with the institution Two nstructors have degrees conferred by Swtt UnivereitUg of NATIONAL REPUT.VTTON Others who have not taken a college course, lave spent from one to three years in r reparation for special work. Each teacher Is a specialists in tbe line of worK in which he Instructs. We have a special teacher for bookkeeping. .4 special teacher for Mathematics. A special'teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher for Shcrtband. Seven of our students have taken positions recently. If you wantto secure a position in Logansport attend Hall's Business College ASSIGNMENT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Havin«r bou-ht the Walden Shoe stock at assignee sale, I will proceed to clow out the entire stock at prices you have read about, but never c am e in contact with THIS IS NO FAKE SALE, f But the Broods must be sold to meet deferred payments and I will sell these goods at just • = 1=3 Less Than Wholesale Cost - - 0 You are safe Shoes at in buying your WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, You cannot afford to mis« 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 M. WALDEN. 3i5'Fourth;Street, Logansport, Ind. as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Third and Market Sts. .Hog of rain, beginning at i o'clock in the morning and continuing throughout the entire day and evening Orient lodge No. 272, F. and A. M., will meet tonight. A marriage license wass Issued yesterday to John Tucker and Hesse Parmeier. Mrs. B. F Louthaio returned this afternoon from a week's visit with relatives In Ohio. Dr. M. M. Driver, of Marlon, will deliver a lecture before the Cass county teachers association at the lentral school building tonight. Admission free. The time of the circuit court was occupied this afternoon with the cise of the Columbia Brewing company against David Loftus who formerly londucted a saloon on the corner of Market and Pearl streets. It Is a suit on account. A slight smash up occurred at Casa Station on the Wabash railroad Wed- nesda./ evening, caused by an open switch. The Fort Wayne accommodation, which leaves here at 6:32 and the west bound local freight were the participants. A portion of the local passenger train was derailed and the wreck train was called from Andrews, and It required several Lours to clear the track. The engineer and fireman of the passenger train were badly shaken up. The fast mail due here at 8:13 was delayed an hour and half by the accident. STATE CASES. When the Alleged Criminals will be Tried. Prosecutor Kistler has arranged the state calendar, and the trial of the alleged criminals have been set, down as follows: Charles Vandioe, horse stealing, and Charles Smith and Thomas Evans for stealing beer from the Terre Haute Brewing company's cold storage, next Monday; Ferdinand Chambers, highway robbery, and ents. Rev. Befcder, of Mexico, officiating. A number of • friends from this city were present. People were attracted and made hungry pesterday by viewing a real Thanksgiving, turkey browned to a turn, that lay on the platter of a beautifully trimmed dinner table In show window at Ben Martin's jewely store. The spread appeared the more appetizing because of the handsome game set and other artistic table trimmings. There was a general observance of Thanksgiving in Logansport. The railroad shops and offices, county and city offices, poatoffice and banks were closed daring the entire day, tbe evening papers were not issued, and the stores and barber shops were cloaed at noon. There was a sprink- Joseph Brown,assault with intent to out pain when new teeth are No Pain I No Danger I Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, sore guma, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. The Finest andQBeat method of CBOWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. charge for extracting with- to be u "ja v w u *~* * " 7 murder.TueBday; Frank Brlce.charged with attempted rape, and Benjamin F and Willard Moon and James Anderson, charged with assault and battery, Wednesday; Harry Jones, Thomas and Homer Mitchell, petit larceny, and Charles Bolthofl, malicious trespass, Thursday. The trial of John Mclntosh, for the murder of Frank Pottmeyer, will be called Jan. 10th. supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt 311 l ' 2 Fourth Bt. OverFieher'BDrugBtOM I*"*" Intelligent women would not use baking powder containing alum if they knew it, no matter how cheap it might be. Cheap baking powders sell because people do not know what is in them. Everything used in Cleveland's baking powder is plainly named on the label. Guarantee* tack Toor money M y«« 4e »•* CUreluid'i tt» Cold Wate Coming. A cold wave 1« now predicted for tonight. There will be rain followed by snow. Saturday fair. SEW BAR>ETT'S DISNER. A Great Spread of Which One Hundred Guests Partook. Manager Keller ot the New Barnett excelled all past efforts yesterday In providing a Thanksgiving dinner for the guests of the hotel. The bill of fare carried about everything lu tbe category of eatables. Of fowl there was turkey, duck, goose and quail. Then there was venlnson and bear meats, and mutton and veal and choice roast beet. There were vegetables and fruit In aouadmce. There were strawberries from Los Angeles, celery from Kalamazoo. and wines from California. About one hundred persons partook of the dinner and the dining room was well filled for two hours. Carter-Wright. Mr. W . H. H. Carter, the Market street butcher, was united In marriage yesterday morning at 10 o'clock to Miss Mary Wright at the residence of the bride's parents five miles north ofldavllle, Rev. Winegardener of this city officiating. The groom is a well known business man of this city and has a host of friends. His bride is a most estimatable lady and is held in high esteem by her many friends in that locality. The couple went to Chicago on their wedding trip and will return to this city Sunday afternoon and take up their residence at the groom's home on the Westslde. CHICAGO MARKETS at Received DaUy bj W. W. Miner, G. A. R. Bnlldtnir. Chicago, Nov. 26, 18B7. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 96}c; high, «1,00; low, 96Jc; closed, efljc. Wheat—For May, opened, 91@91tc; high, 93}c; low, 91}c; closed at 931c. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26c; high, 2&jc; low, 26j@26^c; closed, 26 io. Oats—Dec. opened, 20Jc: high, 20fc; low, 2;0fc; closed, 20!@20fc. Eye—Dec. opened, 47Jc; high, 47Jc; low, 47Jc; closed, 47}c. Pork—For Dec. opened, high, 18.20; low, $8.12; at $8.15. Lard—For Jan., opened. 14,22; high, $4.22; low, $4.22; closed at •8.17; closed Jan., opened, $4.16; low, 14.15; closed at •4.22. Bibs—For high, «4,17; $4,15. Dec. wheat—Curb, 93 Jc; puti, 92J@92|c; calls, 94|c. Hogs today, 31,000; left over, 3 000; estimated for tomorow 22,000. Market opened slow; closed steady. Receipts of cattle, 6,000; steady. sheep, strong. THE ELKS MISSTRELS. for Jordan. Judge Chase found for the defendant (Jordan) in the suit of Ira J.Ma- son against W. S. Taylor and M. A. Jordan: suit on bond. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eller, ot White county, ipent in the city with friend*. A Change has Bern The date of the Elks mlmtrel pet- I ormance has been changed from December 20th to Tuetday, December 7th. On the following night the company will appear at Fern for tie benefit of the Elks lodge there, TMMrrow'f Special. l Ib baking power 7e; beat craekert 5clb; country batter 16* Ib; beat Ironing board 67e each; aaoer knot 15c a gallon; 35s bottle of ollfN for 27o, only at Foley'i.
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