John [gray's BUnkets, Cloaks, Underwear for large and small. Comforts, Gloves, Hosiery"and P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- temerie Gloves in the «ew clasp. FANCY CUTS -OF- Beef, Veal&PorR Fancy Quality Lard 6cts —At- Wm. Rowe's Market, 5th and Broadway. KURNFTURK New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W. F, FIDLER Campbell'M Old *tai»a 513 Broadway, B. H.GRACE, D-D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, *16 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Eubber Plates. •fl-ANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. <Mre ui a call. 209 6th street DB. C. D. EVEESOLE'S BBCTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug store, Corner of. Fourth and Market Streets. Dr Ex- S- Hunt, -DENTIST- All the latest -tlsuovories In medicine and «>pliiince& to relieve imln In extraction or illl- tu of tooth. Modern methods, modern prices. All work Kunnmioed Office orer John Grays ou tourth inreot. « U Telephone No. s;8. W. J. Barnett, Suoce880r lo a L ~ W Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director M7 Market street. Calls attended day or nlpnt. The finest out 111 In the U.S. Col. C. L. \\ oil will remain wltti me. DU^^nr. Office 18. Kesidenco-Mutual r nones GO: c. u. IBS. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, Wt;rourUi Street Opp. Court House Entrance, Uew_Undertaker8. ———_~——— • -^ 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. 9«il« promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. Klllliin was for many years foreman for Charlt 8 L. Woll. Telephone 281 McConnell & flcConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAEOS MONDAY, NOV. 29. 1S97. OITY NRWS Tancy banana 5c a dozen—Foley, Attend blanket sale.—Trade Palate. They are still goinp—bankrupt •hoes at Waldea's. Cloaks must go. and they will go if prices will make them go at the •olden Rule. Wednesday afternoon and evening we give our annual opening. Stop and see a handsome display.—Ben Martin, the jeweler. Room, room. We must have. $15 blouse jackets $10. Bead and jet embroidered plush capes, only $4.98 worth $7.50 to «9.— Trade Palaca. Mr. and Mrs. William Rehwald, of Washington street, desire to return thanks to their neighbors and friends for the kind assistance given them during their late sad bereavement, occasioned by the death of their little daughter Ellen. Miami County Sentinel: The development of the limestone quarries tt Kenneth, a short distance out of fcogaoiport has resulted In getting together a lot of tough characters, A decent man ia not **fe ID that •enmunity at any time. GOLDEN WEDDING. A Half Century of lock. Blissful Wed- Deliratfnl Snrprise Upon Mr. Mrs. William Donovan of Har risou Township. and On the 2Sth of Nov. 1847, atLagro, Ind., Wm. Donovan, of Harrison township, Cass county, and Mary Coughlin of that village were united in marriage al the resideoce of the bride's father, and after the ceremony they departed for the home She young husband had prepared for his bride in the wildsJof.Harrison township, where they have since lived in peace and contentment, honored and respected by all who 1 , have tbe honor to bear theiri."acquaintance. Four children have been the fruits of their blissful union, all o'f whom are living to offer congratulations to their aged and respected parents in their declining years. Mary E. and Edward L. are in Cassj'county, and . P, now residents John F. and Wm of the far west. Yesterday was tbe fiftieth anni versary of their marriage and a carefully planned surprise was in store for the estimable couplej on jtheir return from church. Ajhost of relatives and friends from a distance, this city and the neighboring friends had taken possession of the old homestead, after feasting at the various tables groaning under the viands "fit for the go^s," all repaired to the parlor where the presentation speech was made for the many oeau- tiful presents tendered the honored couple, by Mr. Th jmasJCarey of Star City, Ind., a life long friend of Mr Donavan's and a companion of hi boyhood years. Many reminlscensestwere told by Mr. Carey of their boyhood pleasure and privations of«the then vast wild erness where now are some of tbe richest farm land of the Wabasli valley. He told of thejmode of liv ing at that period and that the modi fications that have taken place in the last half century. A list of those present as farQas could be as certatned is as follows: Mr. and Mrs Thomas Carey and Mrs. Ida Carey, of Star City, Mr. and Mrs. John* Uoughlin, Michael Coughlln, wife and family. Timothy Reagan and R. Blward acd wife, Michael Ryan anfl wife, Mr. Gllfford^and sister and Miss Margararet Casey,of Lagro, Patrick Coughlln and daughter, Mrs. F. Device and Mrs Shughrue and daughter, of Peru, Wm. Nolan and son. Young America and.E, M. Kelly, wife and family, of Blue Grass,. Those present from this city were 1. N. Cash, wife and SOD Miss Lottie Kyle, John Runs, Harry Shideler John H. Murpay, wife and family- John Malay and^wife, Mrs. B. McKeever and child, Richard Floyd, wife and family, John Navln and wife, Daniel Holland and family Mrs. Michael Burns, and family, Mr. John Medlaod and family, Miss Han nah Nolac, John Coughlin and family, Mrs. H. Drlscoll anrl son, Mr. Anthony Kroeger and Master Ed Warner. Those present from Harrison town ship were Mr.iand Mrs. J. T, Walker and, Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Barrettand son, Wm. Barrett, and John Murphy. wife and daughter, making a grand total ot ninety-six persons, The day andievening were passed in the old folks reciting many occurrences of Dpioneer days which were listened to'by the young folks with eagerness, and the children romping and racing on the broad acres of the old homestead. When the stars were out>in their splendor all repaired to their various homes, wishing Uncle William and Aunt Mary manyimore years of happiness and contentment. A GUEST. [Wahash papers please copy.] GEORGE HOGLE'S DAUGHTER BESXET'S SWITCH WELL. Comes In With a Slight Oil. Show of The well drilled In at Bennett's Switch, Miami county was drilled in last Saturday and slight quantities of both oil and gas were found. Bennett's Switch is three miles directly east of G-alveston and about six miles south-east or Walton.Find- ing traces of oil in the well there has greatly encouraged oil operators in the vicinity and it is confidently expected that an oil pool will be found between Walton and Bennet's Switch. PANHANDLE CHANGES That Went Into Effect Yesterday Morning. Bitten by a Sursge Monkey and the Father Brings Suit for $10,000 Damages. Saturday night, while George J. Hogle, formerly of this city, and daughter Mabel were visiting the Clark street muaeum.a savage monkey running loose in the place, uttacked and bit the latter In the right ankle, causlug a dangerous wound. The Chicago papers state that Hogle had engaged an attorney and would bring suit today against the proprietors or the musueum for 110.000 damages. Death of Mrs. Theresa Pottjmyer. Mrs. Theresa Pottmyer, mother of Frank Pottmyer, who was recently murdered DY John Mclntosh, died at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. John Hinneman, of consumption, aged 71 years. Deceased was an old and highly i espect«c. citizen of Logansport, and the sudden demise of tier murdered son, no denbt hastened her death. The time of the funeral will be announced tomorrow. Tta Weather. Fair tonight and Tuesday; warmer Tuesday. Passenger Trains Jios. 1S and 10 Were Not Taken Off—Rrilroad News. The following changes were made yesterday in the running time of Panhandle passenger trains: 5To. 10 arrives from Chicago at 12:30 a, m. instead of la. m.: No. 18 leaves for Cincinnati at 1:05 instead of 1:10; No. 118 leaves for Indianapolis, at 1:10 p. m. instead of 1:05 p. m. No. 5 leaves for Chicago at 6 a. m. instead of 5:30 a. m. No. 313 arrives from Eftnar at 12:50 p. m. instead of 1:03 p, m. No. 3-15 leaves for Effner at 8:15 a. m. instead of 8 a. m. No. 103 arrives from Indianapolis at 2-40 a. m. No. 203 arrives from Richmond at 2:30 a. m.; No. 3 arrives from Bradford at 2:45 a- m.; No. 103, 203 and 3 are formed into one train here and leaves for Chicago at 3:15 a. m : No. 110 leaves for Indianapolis at 12:45 a.m. No. 210 leaves for .Richmond and Cincinnati at 12:55 a. m., and No. 10 leaves for Bradford at 1:10 a. m, RAILROAD NEWS. The Wabash earned in the second week of November $257,275, an increase over the corresponding week of last year of 121744. Since July 1 an increase of 1669,007 is shown. Gen. Manager Loree, of the Pennsylvania lines was In the city Friday and left Saturday morning to iaspect the Improvements being made on the Chicago divion. He expects to depart for Europe on the Sthof December to be absent two months. Owing to the dangerous condition of the temporary track on the north end caused by the beavy rain, Panhandle passenger trains were run Friday night from Koucs to Hartsdale over tbe Chicago & "tfrie. This caused a delay ot several hours. John Raucb, son of C. F. Rauch, who has been engaged over the state making county maps, has accepted a very lucrative position as draughts- man with the Cleveland and Pittsburg division of the Pennsylvania system. He will be located at Pittsburg and will remove his family to that point to reside. L, B. Carver, Panhandle agent at Winamac, is one of the prospective heirs to 7,000,000 acres of land in Minnesota, embracing the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. According to the alleged records it appears that In 1867 an Indian tribe issued a grant to Jonathan Carver for the above land; that Mr. Carver went to England and had his patent recorded, but upon the return voyage was lost with his vessel at sea. Should this title be confirmed Mr. Carver of Winamac, will receive 1750,000 as bis share of the estate. Oar 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 • iTour trade. Elias Winter. Now bus the largest teaching-force it has ever had. Six Tettclierw are employed day and night. The faculty ie not only the la 1 test, but is made up cf the best educated men that Save ever been connected with the institution Two instructors have degrees conferred by Stite Universititu of NATIONAL REPUTATION Others who have not taken a college course, have spent from one to three years in rre- paration for special wort. Each teacher is a specialists in the line of wort in which he instructs. We have a special teacher for bookkeeping-. A special teachar for Mathematics. A special teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher for Shorthand. Seven of our students have taken positions recently. If you wart to secure a position in Lo/?ansport attend Hall's Business College Cor, 6th. and Broadway. ur WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Third and Market Sts. Circuit Court. The case of the state against Ev:ins and Smith, charged wrth breaking into the Terre Haute brewing company's :oki storage and stealing beer, was .riven to the jury at 3:30 thi* afternoon. The case against Yandine for stealing John Benuer's horse, was continued on account of the absence of a witness for the state. The defendant in the case of the >tate Xatiuual Bank against MrXary withdrew motion for a struck jury. •Tolm B. Smith today filed the complaint of Jlanraret Corbin in a suit for divorce from Martin C. Corbin, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. She also demands the custody of their two chil- iren. Mrs. Corbin says that Martin vas in the habit of beating her. and that ic is aa habitual drunKard. The couple reside in the city. They were married iSSi and separated last week. St. Bridget's Bazaar. The basaar niven by the members of St. Bridget's congregation will close tonight. AJ1 the fancy articles as well as dolls, flowers and con- ectionery, will be sold cheap this evening. Lunches will be served tonight and the contest Tor the doll ill also close this evening. There will be an election off officers to the L A. to 0. S.. C., Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 2:30 p. m. All members are requested to be present. By order of secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Foods of the Endowment Rank Are Safe. Sl>e:tr l > ...ntM, The endowment r.-mk is all right. The misleading article appearing in a Chicago paper bus called our a report from President Ilinscy showing that, not only the DOnds hfld by the rank :ire first mortgage and secure beyond question, but that all ;he investments of the rank are in excellent condition, thereby giving greater confidence than ever in this important department of the order. Lodges are burnishing up their armor and preparing for the winter campaign. Augusta lodge of Augusta, Me., recently received seven applications at a smoke talk and Dirigo lodge of South Gardiner, Me., received eight at a similar meeting. Ohio is the banner Knight of Pythias state, more than (30,000 Buckeyes being members. J. B. Settle is grand chancellor of Kentucky and Wade Shelton grand keeper of records and seal. ADcieiit Ffseuic Order. The Knights oi the Ancient Kssenlc Order, a revival of the Ancient Kssenes. were originally one of the principal Jewish .sects. The membership of the K. A. E. 0. in the United States is already about 23,000, and is principally located in the New England and southern suites. The order is growing rapidly in Philadelphia, and its ranks are being filled by men whose standing and character are above reproach. He'* Got the Dinners Safe. Senator Wolcott may still be soothed by the reflection that nobody can get those dinners away from him. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING ind MOTHER we manage to turn out the best fitting, exquisitely finished and distingue suits of clothing to be IMB in Logansport. We take pains to select the latest and handsomest faeries for your selection. Just now we are malting nobby suits in soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, cassimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoats, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. W. Keller. 311 Market St, Cheap baking powders are cheap because they contain alum instead of cream of tartar. Women who use them are unconsciously putting alum into the food of the family. Ttay do not realize what they are doing. Cleveland's baking powder is made of cream of tartar, not alum. Guarantee. Grocers «r» ntboriM* to |clT» b»ck TOUT mon»7 If you da not find CleveUnd'i til* M<t bakiajr poirder you bav* *r*r •**£. Cleveland Baking Pow tor C*, K.T. ASSIGNMENT SALE Slaughter Sale oi 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, f But 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? Thi* wholesale slaughter sale commenced M. WALDEN. 3i5'Fourth]Street, Logansport, Ind. Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor you thai for Price, Style and Fit r.afl- not 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's. 1897 NOVEMBER, 1897 Su. 7 14 21 28 Mo. 1 8 15 22 29 T.,. 2 9 16 23 30 We. 3 10 17 24 Th. 4 11 18 25 Fr. 5 12 19 26 Sa. 6 ^ i^ 1 20' 27 Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,"^* 517 Broadway near Sixth Logansport, Indiana, UNIT^t) WORKMEN. In Relation to Mpnibera of tbe Ontaulo Jurisdiction—Noteil. In many of our jurisdictions reside members of the withdrawn Ontario jurisdiction who desire to sever their connections with that body and retain their membership in loyal grand lodges. The supreme lodge has therefore iafued a circular to the effect that such members may unite with the loyal lodges near which they reside by renouncing their membership in the seceded lodge of Ontario. To this end they are required to sign an agreement, blanks for which will be furnished, by grand recorders.—Overseer. A grand effort will be made by the several districts of the California jurisdiction to capture the prize of $2,000 that has been offered by the supreme lodge for the great- Mt B timber of members wcored before next Hay. During tbe flrrt ten working days of November 217 applications were received at the Matsachusett* grand lodge office- John Endicotl: lodge of Salem hai one of the be« equipped, lodgerooms in eaetem Massachusetts. Highland lodge of Augusta, Me., broke the record for applications at the recent smoke talk, receiving £6 applications that night. Kentucky has taken in more new members since Jan. 1 under the new plan than it h*e taken in in 15 yean under the level plan. Tbe jurisdiction* working undar the etaMified plan §inoe Jan. 1 hare, made a Mt gain of 3,712. Under to* old-plan in I960 the same jurisdiction* made a n«t few of 1,625. No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without pain or alter effects, such as sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and painles. The Finest and Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The moat natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. J6f No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, r» T7 M T T QTI 311 1-2 Fourth 8t. LJC.1M L 1O 1 Iflver Fisher'sDru*8tor» Home Seekers Excursion.. . FOR November and December f 97 - -THR -- have authorized reduced rates to many points in the West, South «nd Southwest. Tickets -will be sold November, 2nd and 16th, December 7th and 21rt. For particulars, call on or address C, G. Newell, Afei Lofansport, lid.
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