Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 3, 1897
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John Gray's.., » ER ON CLOAKS. W» have not bought out ar-y manufacturer, and we ar; not overstocked, but we have correct goods bougho right, and for casn, and we can, and do sell them •heaper than any other house in the city. Come in and be Convinced. FANCY CUTS -OF- Beef, Lamb, Veal&Pork Fancy Quality Lard 6cts -At- Wm. Rowe's Market, 5th and Broadway. A. S.Everett, A.M ,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia and the rational treatment of Chronic, Gastric and Intestinal Disorders . Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, (i 158, •reenwood, Avc, Chicago, Ills. L1DALEASDRE Physician. Oillce In House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Pufesalonal calls answered promrtly. New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices . . . 518 Broadway, W. F, FIDLER Campbell'" Old Stand E. H., GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, S16 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates, Kew Undertakers. 303 Market Btreot, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. C«tta promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KlllUn was for many years toremnn lor Chart s L. Woll. Telephone old S61, now 317 DR. C. D. EVEESOLE'S IECTAL PALLORS Over Porter'B New Drug Store, of , Fourth and Market Streets. Dr- K- S—DENTIST— All the latest liscoveries in medicine and MDllanceg to relieve pain in extraction or flll- Kof teeth. Modern methods, modern prices, jH work iruaranteod O«ceover John Gray's on Fourth Htreet. »» Telephone No. 328. McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY FHABOS FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1897 OITY JSLR.WS ;.—Rolhermel Oookmg butter 7ic lb.—Kevstone. B. F. Feesllog is confined to his I by illness. Mrs. Sopnla Briggaman is visiting at Indianapolis, Tipton Lodge, F. and A. M., will •eet tonight. Work in the master Ulankets—If you want, to buy bed WTerings cheap now is the time, at the Golden Rule. Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald, of 17 Uhl •ueet, is entertaining Mr. Walter Jones of Indianapolis. The paper hangers employed by a l»cal firm struck this morning agaicst a reduction of wages and won. The sale of seats for the Elks minstrels opens at Johnston's drug store •I 7 o'clock tomorrow morning. Admission 75, 50, 35 and 25 cents. The funeral of tee late S.P, Sharp. •t Harrison township, was held at 10 •'clock this morning from the residence, Eey. McCloud officiating. In- Miment was made In Mt.Hope ceme- The funeral of the young SOE of Mr. »nd Mrs. C. 0. Meyers was held »% 10 o'clock this morning from the mtdence, 34 TJhl street. Interment WM made In the Me te» Baptist •wutery. w V BEST OF ALL Was Wednesdays Run (Her the Pitts- bur*, Fort Wayne A; Chicago. The Train Trareled 408 Miles in 565 Minutes, lucludiug a Half Dozen Full Stops—Railroad Sews. -eclal train was put on the Fort road Wednesday for the p'ir- p i> v icertalniag to what extent the * ,jr tbe Pennsylvania limited could b.: reduce!. A. regular schedule had been prepared for the special and cm the westoound trip the engineer eadeavoredjto keep within its limits. But when the train left Chicago at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning General Superintendent Starr, under whose supe'vislon the experiment was being made, decided, if possible, to beat all previous long distance runs on tna f , line and instructions were forwarded the engineer to "let 'er go," meaning that he should speed the engine to Is greatest volocity consistent with safety, an order he immediately put InloeSriCt. The result was that tbe train traveled from Chicago to Plttsburg, 468 miles, in exactly 565 minutes, averaging Sfty miles an hour, including all stops and slow ups, and beating all previous records for so long a run. Deducting the time consumed by stops and slow-downs, the estimated average speed of the train, Chicago to Plttsburg, was 58.4 miles per hour. Mile after mile of this distance was reeled off in forty-eight seconds and on several occasions the Telocity of the train was even greater. Tue train consisted of two private cars, a coach and a baggage car. KAILEOAD NEWS. Edward Booth, fireman en the Van- dalu, has resigned his position and will go Into the office of S. M. Velsey as a stenographer. Isaac Sidle, the oldest engineer in time of service on the Wabash lines, was burled at Toledo on Tuesday. He was In the employ of the Wabash forty years, the last thirty-five running a locomotive. John Truman of the State Line run, and his fireman D. H. Morehart head the list in the Panhacdle coal show for the month of November. Truman received 16.40 and and Morenart J6.30. Tbe next highest was William Rowe wbo received- $6.30, his fireman W. R. Cogley received the same amount. Knight stood highest among the freight engineers. STILL OCT. Is the Jnrj CHICAGO SURKETS Kecelied Dally bj Y\. W. Mllner, at «. A. K. BuildinR. Chicago, Dec. 3, 1897. Wheat—For May opened. 90]@ lc. high, 90.!@|c; low, 89£c: closed, 89 ic.. Wheat—For July opened S3;@Jc; high, S3-ic; low. 82§c; closed, 83Jc. (Jorn—For May, opened, 25|@ic; high, 2Sic; low, 2SJc; closed, 28j[c, Oats—May opened, 21|(as22c: high, 22c; low, 2li@|c; closed, 21Jc. Rye—May opsned, 49c; high, 49c; low, 49c;.closed, 49c. Pork—For Jan. opened, IS.15; high, $8.17; low, 18.12; closed at $8.17. Lard—For Jan., opened, $4.37; high, $4.40: low, $4.37; closed at 14.40. Ribs—For Jan., opened, 14.27; high, «4 30; low, $4.27; closed at Hogs today, 31,000; left over, 5 500; estimated for tomorrow 23,000; Market opened slow 5@10c lower; closed steady. Yesterday's closing some left. Mixed, $3.25@$3.45; heavy, $3,15 @3.45; rough, »3.]5@$3.20; light, $3.25@3.42. ' Receipts of "cattle, 6,000: dull: Sheep, 9,000 lower:. Curb, 89i;c;puts,89'c: calls, 89i@|. How to Keep Crackers. Crackers demand a warm, dry place, and they should not be stored near oil, fish or other strong smelling goods. Great care should be exercised by grocers in this respect. Tho cracker trade is one of the most important features of a general grocery business, and it should be taken cure of. Crackers should be purchased iu small quantities so that they will not have time to get stale he- fore being sold. They should be kept, as stated, in a warm, dry place, and customers should be advised to place them in the oven a few minutes before nsing. This will restore their crispness, even though they have become damp and soggy. ^_ It \Tonldnt Do. "In France it has been decided by the courts that ail unmarried woman becomes an old maid at 30." "That role would never do in this country.'' "Why not?" "Single women never reach the age of 30 in America.''—Detroit Free Press. A sample ot the rock from the Thar- maehan farm near Thorp. Wis., supposed to contain a great amount of silver, was sent to La Platte, Colo., for •aaay. The result shows that there is not a particle of gold, silver or copper to the rock. iu tbe Case. Brice Rape The jury in the case against Frank Brice, charged with rape, retired at 3:30 yesterday afternoon, and at the same hour this afternoon had failed to agree upor a verdit. The case of the state against Moore, Moon and Anderson for alleged assault with Intent to kill Davis will reach the jury at 4 o'clock this afternoon. ADDITIONAL ITESS. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Try our Dill pickles—Keystone. WonJeiful bargains at the Bee Hive. Homestead package coffee 8Jc.— McCaffrey. When looking for holiday goods visit tbe Trade Palace. For ll^nt—Two light front rooms over the Bee Bive. Apply in store. There is a case of scarlet .'ever in the family of Polk Lighthlser on George street. Scotch woolen gloves will keep your hands warm. Get a pair at Will Murdock's. Boirn to Mrs. Thos. Galloway of the Southside, a son. Mrs. G's husband died about five months ago. John Sanders, clock Inspector for the Western Union telegraph company, is over from Indianapolis. Save 25 per cent on dress goods, hosiery, underwear by attending the room-making sale—Trade Palace. Before we move into our new Wall street store we will cut and slash prices In every department.—Bee Hive. Miss Lulu Nothstlne, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. E Sutton, left yesterday for Columbus, O., her home. Useful and acceptable—A good mackintosh coat would make a nice present, Dewenter, the hatter, keeps the best. Tomorrow bring your children In and fit them out with cloaks at tbe Golden Rule, as special low prices will be given you. Our great upbuilding sale still c»n- tinues; before we move into our new Wall street store vou can buy dry goods 25 per cent less—Bee Hive. It is said that an effort i« being made to have the postofflce placed In the Ferguson building, on Market street, now in course of construction. Henry Fornoff received today a handsome solo cornet from the C. G. Conn works at Elkhart. He will play the Instrument in the Elks' band. The Infant son of Mrs. Ida Galloway died this morning at 9 o'clock at the family residence in Shullz- town. Time of funeral will be announced later. The revivals conducted by Rev. Lambert at tbe Soutbslcle U. B. church are accomplishing much good. .Theservices will be continued the remainder of this week. To use a candle when you can have an electric light is folly. Just as much as buying poor shoes, when you can buy good ones so cheap at Willey's cash shoe store. It is reported here that John Condon, the well-known sporting man of Chicago, formerly of this city, has lost the sight of one of his eyes and that there is danger ot his losing tbe sight of the other. He has been advised by a New specialist to proceed at once for Hot Springs, Ark. Thomas Evans, one of the prisoners, recently convicted of burglary Is very sick at the jail. Another prisoner, Dan Patrick, who has Deen in jail in default of 1100 bond to appear as witnesses in the Pottmeyer murder case Is also sick. Both patients are under the care of County Physician Hollo way. Mrs. W. P. Sedam and J. D. Ferguson have received word that their brother George Ferguson, died at Golf as, Wis., on Nov. 22d, of la grippe. Mr. Ferguson was wpll known here, having lived in this caunty until 1SSO when he moved to Wisconsin. A wife, one son and six daughters survive him. Citizens in the eastern part of the county and city, also In the western part of the county and city Save been and are being greatly inconvenienced by tbe delay of the contractors in repairing the- Eighteenth and Cicott street bridges. The county commissioners ought to take this matter in hand at once, Mr E. C. Hamilton, general secretary of the B. R. Y. M. C. A.. has completed his trip of inspection and investigation over tbe northwest systems of the Pennsylvania lines. The trip was taken at the suggestion of General Manager Loree for Ibe purpose of determining the .present condition of the various branches of the B. B. Y. M. C. A. Mr. Hamilton's report is very favorable and be is Tery much pleased with the prog»es« made here during the part ve*r,belng in advance of all the other branches in tbe state. Our Shoes Fit Like gloves . And they wear Like Iron. We treat our customers Fair and .square Because 'vre appreciate Their tra^le. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want Your trade. Elias Winter. Now bas ike largest teachiDgforce it has e\ er had. Six Teachers are employed day and night. Tbe lacuity is not only the la irest.bi:: is made up ct the best educated men that bave ever been connected with the institution Two instructors have degrees conferred by Stnte Universities of NATIONAL REPUTATION Others who bave not taken a college course, have spent from one to three years in r reparation for special work. Each teacher is a specialists in the line Of WOI-K in which he instructs. We have a special teacher for bookkeeping. > special teacher for Mathematics. A special teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher for Shorthand. Seven of our students bave taken positions recently. If you warr. to secure a position in Logansport attend Hall's Business College Cor. (ith. and Broadway. and ljuiu« You are safe in buying your Shoes at WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. : Third and Market Sts FADS OF FASHION. Where Buttons Are Worn —New Dr<?«» Goodii—Tea Gowns and Caps. [Special Correspondence.] NEW YORK, Nov. 15.—The girls can always be trusted to evolve some new fad before the old one has grown ancient of days. Just now it is to have a sailor hat of dark felt, with a black ribbon baud and a bright plaid ribbon bow 011 the right side near the front. The black band is studded with buttons, army buttons and navy buttons, in different sizes. These buttons are supposed to have been cut from the sleeves or fronts of coats or from the naval or military caps of admiring friends. I saw one young lady today wearing 18 of these buttons. On some was the eagle and on others the anchor. She looked so very demurely sweet and innocent that I know she was rejoicing with a great though secret delight over the too evident efforts oi all other young girls there present to count the buttons. It may be said no other uniform buttons count than those belonging to the army and navy, though it is possible that one from the coat of the big ocean steamer captain would count in. If I had a button factory, I would at once start in and manufacture these buttons and sell them in broken lots, so that all the girls could have all they wanted. Who would know whether they were purchased or whether Tom. Dick or Harry gave them? Buttons as garniture are seen on many of the smart capes and coats in smoked pearl, mother of pearl and other material. For the coats they may be large or small,, but for the capes they are nearlj " I prefer Cleveland's baking powder," writes Miss Bedford, the well- known lecturer on cookery, " because it is pure and wholesome, it takes less for the same baking, it never fails, and bread and cake keep their freshness and flavor." Guarantee* Oroetn tn *utl>ori»«l to fcaek your von«r u 70* 4o BOC Ind Ocr*laitd'« th« tat takfcff yowdcr y«« i«T» vnr wed. Cteratea* B*Mn» tvw&tr Cu* B.Y. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING and ANOTHER i r ting, exquisitely fini 6 hec and dlgtln . gue of clotLing to be wen in Logangport. We take pains to select tbe latest and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making 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. Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St, ASSIGNMENT SALE! Slaughter Sale of the Best Shoe Stock Ever Brought to ThiYCity, Having bought the TValden 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, [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? This wholesale slaughter sale commenced M. WALDEN. 315 Fourth Street, Logansport, Ind. always very small, Hi sonle instances no larger than those used on shirts and gloves. They are set in clusters of three in triangular form or in lines -Imost overlapping each other in Breton style. Straps and strap seams usually belong j with this style of trimming. Some of the born coat buttons are ridiculously j large. It is something of an innovation i to see large horn or rubber buttons on ' an evening cloak, but one may see it nov." with half an eye. One lovely long wrap for evening was made of the new Russian frisette cloth in gray and white. It was laid in plaits down the front DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market etrf el in room formerly occupied by Legansport Wall Paper Co. Guuther'e Conlectionery. CharkitteRusee. Hnvarlan Cream. Wine Jellies, Chocolate Eclairs, Patty Shells. Eujr Kisses, Hickorynut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons. Walnut Macaroons, c^ocoanut Macaroons, Vani'la wafers. Jelly Tarte, Crenm Puffs, Fruitcake, Gold and Silver B"d, Lemon Marunjrue Pies. Frank K. Lloyd, Pastry Cook at the Burnett and Hurdock hotels (or tha past five years. I3P~\Ve have contracted to furnish all th« Pastry and Breao lor the above hotels. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. EVEKIXC CLOAKS. with opening for the hands. There were also hcllow plaits in the buck and :i round cape over the shoulders, with a collar of Alaska sable and binding around it. Four immense black rubber buttons were put along the opening. Speaking of evening wraps reminds- me to mention the fact that the latest axe rather snug arm:ud the bottom and have little or no fiaro from the top. G;i« was of gray cash i;; ere, quite plain as to the lower part, which reached nearly to the bottom of the gown. It was lined with magenta quilted satiu. The upper part had a quaintly shaded cape, cut to represent a yoke and shoulder forms, yet all in one piece. This was bordered with gray fox fur and had a storm collar of the same. The newest capes and wraps all have dark or black satin lining, very few having any brocade or figured silks at all. Evening capes and wraps may have lighter shades. One hunter's green cloth long cape had a lining of a deep cherry red satin, but that was an exception. Those lined •with black are infinitely richer. Black satin duchesse is oae of the handsomest of all the goods of the season for almost all purposes. In skirts to wear with the fancy waists and blouses it is rich and handsome and the right thing in the right place. It makes rich street and visiting gowns, and when rightly trimmed for the purpose is handsome for swell dinner and reception dresses and can be cleaned when soiled, as no other silken fabric can, -without •showing that it requires sncb. ignoble treatment. Satin dnchesse is capable of so many different uses that I could not enumerate them all in a week. It is stylish for the young and stately for the old. The new woolens for winter outdoor wear M» Tery rough. There i« • Ens- hich is as fow a*. a.3fcx£ Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,^* 517 Broadway near Sixth Logansport, Indiana. No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted wlthont pain or . after effects, such as sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and painles. The Finest and Best method of CEOWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. *a?"No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, 1-4 T; XT T TOT* I JJHIX 1 10 I i 3U terrier, only ine hairs are not quite to long. Plaids with lines ol curled or knotted mohair marking the outline «n» among the handsomest thing* for yoong ladies. They are always cot biaa, even! the blouses and aleerai. Velvet trim-, wing* finish them off. OLTV*: The powers are reported to'be dtl»cui»- InF the advisability of a naval demonstration ir. tbe Dardan«ll«» or • blockade of Constantinople if the gultan toem not yield to their demand* wf.&reapeat to autonomy 'or tbe island of Crete. .

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