Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, November 27, 1897
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ohn [gray's Jlankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just revived a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the lew clasp. •ANCY CUTS -07- Beef, Veal&Pork r ancy Quality Lard 6cts -At- Wm. Rowe's Market, 5th and Broadway. New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... F, Campbell'* Old Stand . GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, U6 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. , . • [ANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bay and Sell Second Hand Goods. « T «u.»caU. 309 6th street GOLDEN WEIJW1XG. JUr i. J. Barnett, Undertaker, Embalqier and Funeral Director. IllT Market street. Cf.ll» attended day •Hie finest outtk in the U. S. Col. O. i.. 1 remain with me. Office IB. Residence-Mutual 65: C. U. 189. Ei- S- Hunt, -DENTIST- Attorney and Mr«. Wm. Powell ricd fifty Years. The celebration of the golden wed ding of Mr. and Mrs."William Powell today at their home on Michigan avenue, attracted an attendance of relatives and friends to the number of 150 or 200. The affair was purely Informal, the nearest approach to ceremony being when Dr. J. Z.Powell read an original poem and presented the bride and groom with fifty golden pills. Dinner in three courses was served from a table handsomely decorated with flowers, and accommodating eighteen persons hence several hours were required before all the guests were fed. The Mandolin orchestra furnished music for the occasion. Quite a number of handsome presents were given Mr. and Mrs Powell were married November 27th, 1847, at the residence of the bride's father, Samuel Grable, near Fletcher's lake. For a longtime they resided on a farm in that neighborhood, but of late years have lived in this city, quietly and at ease, upon the fruits of a well-earned competency. Their two children, Mrs. John Buchanan of Metea, and William Powell, jr., of Bethlehem township, were present ao the party today, with tbeir families. The daughter, Mrs.Buchanan, and her husband will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Monday evening, having been married just twenty-five years after her parents. At tbe celebration to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Powell were In the enjoyment of the excellent health that has been their lot for, many years. The following brothers and sisters of Mrs. Powell were present Jonathan and S. M. Grable, of thin county and Mrs. George Orwin and Mrs James Christie, of Cartervllle, HI. The only brother of William Powell,Lemuel Powell and his wife were present. SEWS ol eeth Ntodera methods, modtrn omfGray's on Fourth BW eet IC Telephone No. 3^S. 1)B. C. D. EVKBSOLE'S JEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug btoro orner of Fourth and Market Streets When You Need an LBSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperman. •IFount Street Opp. Court House Entrance — • Lew Undertakers 308 Market street, Hoppe Buildlcg. Daniel Killian & Co. ]g promptly attended to. flar or nlRht. Mr. Kmianwasfor many yearn foreman lor Charles L. Woll Telephone ^81 iMcConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent loney to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^••^-••^—•^•^^^^^•^ DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1897. GITY NRWS They are still going—bankrupt ihoes at Walden's. Mrs. Michael Wolf of Peru is in [ "ie city visiting friends. George Burrows has been granted a storation and an increase or pen- lion. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graves are at I«rre Haute, on a visit. They will return Monday. Miss Alta Meclaris, teacher in the lity schools, spent her Thanksgiving it Brockston, her home. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hauk entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lie- tffich, of Peru, Thanksgiving. Messrs. A. J. Kobinson, Henry ;ontfort, I. 2*. Shideler and Cott •nett are at Kokomo ou a short 'Isit Mrs. Frank Dean, who has been kiting her mother, Mrs. Sates, of Westslde, for some time, depart- yesterday for her borne in Owana, Minn. Harry G. Beed, formerly assistant in the commercial department at all's business college, has returned m Sheoandoah, Penn., where he employed In a similar capacity. Relating to ihe Railroads and Their Employes. C. Mailand of the Pittsburg shops, Fort Wayne, ate Thanksgiving turkey with Logansport friends. The Panhandle has asked the lu- ter-State Commerce Commission for an extension of time for equipping their rolling stock with automatic couplers, and the commission will give the company a hearing at Washington on Dec. 1st. Freight engine 525 jumped the track at Rush Thursday afternoon, and as a consequence all traffic was delayed several hours. Passenger train 4, due here at 8:15, was delayed two hours. The wreck crew from thia city was sent to the scene of the accident and succeeded in placing tne engine on the track. Mrs. George League of Tipton has sued tbe Panhandle for $1,800 damages for refusing to honor a Lake Erie & Western ticket from Indianapolis to Tipton. Two years ago Mrs. League was terribly injured in a canning factory and it was while on her way home from seeking medical relief that the Panhandle conductor refused to honor her ticket. Panhandle railway company compromised with Samuel Lindsay, at Kokomo, by allowing him 11,500 on his claim for damages sustained while crossing the track In Kokomo one night in July. Mr. Lindsay was returning to Kokomo from Peru with a load of household goods. When he drove onto the crossing an engine struck him and killed both his horses and smashed the wagon and furniture into kindling wood. He was seriously injured and for a number of days it was thought he would die. He is now able to go about with the aid of a cane. It is doubtful if he ever will fully recover. TEACHE8S' ASSOCIATION. Lecture of Dr, John Merrltt Drirer— The Contention Closed Today. The lecture of Dr. John Merritt Driver, of Marion, before the Cass County Teact.ers' association at the central school building last evening was a masterly eflort. His subject was "Ultimate America." Dr. Driver holds that the only way to benefit American labor is by educa tlon and the restriction of undesirable immigraliicin. The time of the convention to3ay was taken up by Sarah E. Griswold, of the Chicago Normal school, together with the discussion of "Oral History" and mlscellareous business. Miss Griswold's subjects were: "Essentials in Teaching Numbers," "Class Exercises in Numbers" and Number Work for Primary Grades." Resolutions were passed but the same were pocketed by an individual who failed K> report them for publication. -Purchase Brick Yards. A syndicate of Indiana capitalists, headed by Secretary of State Owen, has purchased the Garden City brick rards near Valparaiso and a quarter lection ot land nearby upon which they will erect .a factory lor making terra cotta, which will be the most extensive In the country. ! ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Buy shoes Walden's bankrupt sale. Tin cups, Iceach—-Foley'a tonight. Marvin Leonard, of the Westslde, Is critically ill. Pork roast, 8Jc a ft: spare ribs, 6*c a ft , at Foley's. Fresh country batter tonight 14o. Call early.—Keystone. There were no offenders In the police court this morning. Attend our celery sale tonight Tbe finest In the market.—Keystone. The rlrlll In oil well No. l of the Logansport company, Is down 500 feet. Cashier W. W. Ross and wife have returned from a brief Tislt to Wabash. Miss Emma Hauk, who has been the guest of her brother, D. A. Hauk and family, has returned to her home at Peru. The Thanksgiving entertainment given at Eoyal Center by Miss Grace Barker, of this city, Is highly complimented by the Record. Miss Ruth Washbnrn, formerly of this city, was married last Wednesday evening at Washington, D. C., to Mr. Thomas J. Powell. Misses Ora Sala and Mame Foreman attended the Military ball at Culver Thursday evening. They were chaperoned by Mrs. M. Sala. Gus Eberline is receiving many cu»pMments for the galvanized iron and steel work in and about the New Murdock hotel. It Is unlike anything of the kind in the city. The funeral of the late Mrs. J. U. Place will be held Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the family residence at New Waverly. Interment will be made in the Odd lellow's cemetery. Ella, the 17-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rehwald, will be buried tomorrow afternoon at 2:30, from the German Lutheran ;hurch. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery. The county commissioners met in special session this afternoon and paid for five small bridges erected by the Rochester company and August Gleltz, one i'n Bethlehem, two in Sarrlson, one ic Boone and one In Tipton townships. A Chicago company had a representative at Royal Center this week, sounding the people on tbt question of putting in an electric light plant to light the streets, business houses and residences. The matter is being considered by the citizens of the town. The funeral of tbe late Miss Bessie Moon will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock from the family res- dence, 1717 George street. Rev. Dr Putnam officiating. Toe remains will be shipped to Idaville Monday morning at S o'clock over the Panhandle for interment. The Dramatic Order Knights of Kborassan held a carnival Wednesday night at Marion, Seven worthy K. of P's. received the work, among wbom being Harry Baughman. D. A. Youngker and C. H. Sharer o" this city. A class will soon be formed here and the Marion temple will be present to assist in the work. Margaret, wife of John Beamer, died Wednesday morning at 2 o'clock at the family residence on Washington street, aged 70 years. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:43 from the residence and 2:30 from the German Lutheran church. Rev. Tlrmenstein officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. Hope Cemetery. A runaway boy giving his name as Sherlock sought assistance yesterday at the home of Miss Eda F. Bebee. Mrs. Bebee turned the young fellow over to tbe care of Deputy Sheriff John Smith, who immediately notified his parents at Clymers as to the boy's whereabouts. The little fellow claimed • that he was not treated right at home by his step-father, He was taken home last evening. Our Shoee Fit Like gloves And tiiey 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 i'our trade. Elias Winter. Now hns the largest teaching force it has eve had. Six Teachers are employed day and night. The faculty is not Only the la-(test, bu IB made up cf the beet educated men that bave ever been connected with the institution. Two instructors have degrees conferred by St ite Universities of NATIONAL REPUTATION Others who have not tafcen a college course, have spent from one to three years in rr& paraiion for special-work. Each teacher is a specialists In the line of worK in which be in Btructs. We have a special teacher for book keeping. A special teachar for Mathematics A special teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher for Shorthand. Seven of our studeme have taken positions recently. If you want to secure a position in Logansport attend Hall's Business College Cor. 6th. and Broadway. Hid K' You are safe iu buying your Shoes at WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PEICE. Third and Market Sts. CHICAGO JURKKTS Another Diforce Snit. Lairy & Mahoney have filed the suit of David Edwards for a divorce from Samantha Ed wards. They reside in Snultztown They were married In 1392 and separated a few days ago. Plaintiff alleges cruel and Inhuman treatment, In that the defendant bit off the end of one of his fingers, threatened to kill him, lived with she would and make and asserted that If he her three months longer put him out of the way application for his pension. the called of the Shep- Died in Chicago. Miss Annie L. Shepherd Southslde school teacher, was to Chicago yesterday by news death of her brother, Herbert herd, a traveling salesman, who had been ill of consumption. The remains will be brought here for burial, arriving at 8:15 this eTening. The time of the funeral will be announced later. Recelied Daily by W. W. Mllner, at ft. A. R. finllding. Chicago, Nov. 27, 1897. Wheat—For Dec., opened. 99c; high, 99}c; low, 97Jc; closed, 97Jc. Wheat—For May,opened,92J@92ic; high, 93c; low, 91|@91Jc; closed at 91-Jc. Corn—For Dec., opened, 26rJ; high, 26Jc; low, 25|c; closed, 26c. Oats—Deo, opened, 20Jc: high, 20Jc; IQW, 20ic; closed, 20Jc. Rye—Dec. opened, 47Jc; high, 47Jc: low, 46Jc; closed, 46|c. Pork—For Dec. opened, 18.17; high, |8,20; low, $8.17; closed at f 8.17. Lard—For Jan.. unened, 14.22; high, $4.27; low, $4.22; closed at I4.~27. Ribs—For Jan., opened, 14.17; high, 14.17; low, »4.15; closed at $4.15. Dec. wheat—Curb, 91J@9]fc;"puts, 90i@91c; calls, 92J@92£c. Hogs today, 19,000; left over, 11.000; estimated for Monday 45,000; next week 195,000. Market opened steady; closed 5c higher. Mixed, $3.35@t3 55; heavy, $3.30 3 55; rough, »3.20@I3.30; light, |3.35@3,55. Receipts of cattle, 400; steady. Sheep 9,000, steady. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING an* ANOTHER we manage to turn out tbe best fitting, exquisitely finished and distingue suits of clothing to be Men in Logansport. We take pains to select the latest tod handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby sulU in soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, casslmeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoats, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Garrl ~W. Keller. 311 Market St, ASSIGNMENT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to This City, Having bought the "Walden Shoe stock at assignee sale, I trill proceed to close out the entire stock at prices you have read about, but never came in contact with THIS IS NO FAKE SALE, CBut the goods 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 miss 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. 315'FourthJStreet, Logansport, Ind. JliMMOTU MLXSTREL COMPANY. Ezra Kendall With Primrose & West at [Opera House Wednesday Night. Primrose & West's newest and greatest minstrel company will be ibe attraction at tbe opera honse Wednesday night. We are promised that this company is tbe best one that Primrose & West have ever presented to the public. Case Affirmed. The Supreme court having affirmed thertecision of the Cass Circuit court n the case of the Mortgage Trust company, of Philadelphia, against D. P. Baldwin, McConceil & McConnell, representatives Of plaintiff, today brought suit against Baldwin in the local court to secure the payment of a check amounting to S3,741, together with •he interest thereon. It will be remembered that the Mortgage T r ust sompany obtained a judgment on a oreclosure of mortgage against &be Francis Conn farm In Boone township: that the farm was sold ; by heriff Homburg; Baldwin bid It in, giving the trust company a check for S3,741, but afterward stopped payment on the same, alleging that a jrlor claim entitled him to an interest of 1700 in the check. 1897 NOVEMBER. 1897 Su. 7 14 21 28 Mo. 1 8 15 22 29 Tu. 2 9 16 23 30 We. 3 10 17 24 Th. 4 11 18 25 Fr. 5 12 19 26 Sa. JL 13j 20 27 r Stolen Carpet F»ud. Yard master Smith, of the Vandalla, found 25 yards of Ingrain carpet at 2, o'clock this afternoon. In a box car, and turned the same OTer to the police. If you cannot get Cleveland's baking powder at your grocer's, will you kindly drop us a postal giving us his name. We will send you a cook book for your trouble. Our interests are mutual; you want the best baking powder, and we want you to have it. CtarcUad Biking Powi«r Cfc, tl Fnkoa Strnc, ftw TMk. Guarantee. wfoovn BTV fttrtbf ii*d to• ffot >Mk jour money if yon 4* oat fad ClereUnd'i th« Met takteff Ctertftad BttiBf Powder C*, XT. Tbe Anne Parish Club. It is said that Anne Parish, a Quaker spinster, bora in 1760, founded the first woman's club in Philadelphia 102 ears ago. The Federation of Clubs has )een immortalizing Hannah Adams and lailing hir as rhe pioneer clubwoman, rat this story ot Anne Parish will omewhaC interfere with the Hannah Adams theory. The Anne Parish club was composed of 23 young women of excellent families, and they devoted themselves to philanthropic work They met every week and devised plans for relieving the sufferings and necessities of the poor and afflicted. The granddaughters and great-granddaughters of the members of the original society still carry en the work Passing down through the oldest daughter, the present officers of the club are two "clerks," a treasurer and an executive committee of 13. The membership supports a home, where nearly 100 old women who are poor and needy go every day and read, sew, knit and darn and axe paid for their labor and gee wholesome meals as well No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and pal ales. The Finest and Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. ftaJ"No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, n T7 M T T C1TI 311 1-2 Fourth St. 1JE.1M i 104. sOverFinher's Drugstore Home Excursion.. . FOR November and December'97 - -THR -- Brit»in- Wherever throughout the earth there is such a thing as ft formal harvest there also appears an inclination to mark it with * festive celebration In England thl» festival passes generally under the endeared naioe uf harvest home. In Scotland, where" that terra IB tmknowu, the festival is hafled under tie name of the Vim. In the north of England, its ordinary designation is the mell supper. And there are perhaps other local TOWIP*, bat everjrvhere there is a thankful joy, a feeling which pervades all rank* and conditions of the rural people, and for once in tbe year brings all opon a level Mntito •l&WE authorized reduced rates to many points in the "West, - South and Boatk- west. Tickets will be sold November, 2nd and 16th, December 7th and 21st. For particulars, call on or addrew C. G. Newel, Afoul Lopnsport, lad.

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