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December 6, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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V' John Gray's... CORNER ON GKOAKS. We have not bought out any manufacturer, and we ari not overstocked, but we have correct goods bought right, and for cash, and we can, and do sell them •heaper than any other house In the city. Come in and be Convinced. A. S. Everett, A.M ,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia and the rutional treatment of Chronic, Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, G138, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. > UDHEASURE Physician. Ofltoe in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets. Professional calls answered promrtly. DR. C. D. EVEKSOLE'S DEGTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. NGTST Undertakers. . V, 30S Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. UK promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KfflUn was for many ye» r » f °L emtt ° £}? Charles L. Woll. Telephone old 281, new 817 FURNITUREL New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices . . . W. F, Campbell'* Old Stand E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PAKLOKS, 816 Market Street. New Aluminite Rubber Plates. Dr El- S- Hunt, -DENTIST- All the latest -llscovories In medicine and appliances to relieve rain In extraction or tilling of teeth. M odera methods, modern prices, All work iruarantflod Office OTer John G ray's on Fourth iitreet. C D Telephone No. KS. McConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS MONDAY, DEC. 6, J897. QITY NRW8 Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Constable Welty of Kokomo was in the city today. Prof. G. W. Michael Is building a mew house on Spear street. Opal rings and studs, the largest line In the city at Taylor's. Carving sets in endless variety for holiday presents at H. J. Crlsmond's. Pure vegetable colors and fine flavors for candles at Fisher's, druggist. Sterling silver combs and brushes, largest stock In the city.—Taylor, the jeweler. C. J. Hlldebrandt's son, Bryan, and daughter, Dolly, are recovering from a severe Illness. Miss Ora Harrison has taken a position with the Logansport Wall Paper company for the holidays. The set of silverware disposed of fcy Frank Downey on Saturday night •was captured by John Kennedy, who keld No. 73. Andy Ryan of Clymers and John Doe, a local, were before the mayor this msrnlng, charged with indulging in a plain drunk. They were re- eased . If the first three days of December rule the weather for the winter, December will be mild, January cloudy and unsettled and February cold and blustery. Dr. Warren Flynn spent Sunday with friends in the city and returned to Indianapolis today to resume his •tudles at college. He will have completed a three . years' course in the •tudy of medicine In March. Miss Lorena Right, of this city, kat resigned her position as stenographer in Marshall Field & Co.'s big •tore at Chicago, and will take a petition as stenographer in the office of the governor of South Dakota. She will Titit here the latter, part of the. week. She is a graduate of college. THE MESSAGE Read at the Opening of Congress Today. Fayors Sage's Pl«n of Currency Reform and Gold for Greenbacks. h hoold Not Interfere With Cuba Bnt Must Annex Hawaii. Special to the Pharos. Washington, D. C., Dec. 6.—Both houses of congress met today at noon and listened to the reading of the message from President McKlnley. The president In his message rejoices at, the alleged prosperous condition of the nation. He devotes considerable space to the currency question, and recommends that national bank notes be made in no smaller denominations than 110. Endorses Secretary Gage's plan for currency reform and would demand gold in exchange for greenbacks. Reviewing the whole situation as to Cuba, he arrives at the conclusion that the United States should not interfere in Cuban affairs, at least for the present. He tells of the mission of the silver commission to Europe and hopes good will result from it. He says every condition of honor and dignity requires the annexation of Hawaii. Becommends the building of docks for the use of the navy and an Increase of officers and enlisted men. Favors arbitration of labor disputes and the preservation of the seal herds of Alaska. CIRCUIT COTJET. Harry Jones and Charles Yandine Flead Guilty. The Bertuoff Case on Trial—Another UiTorco Suit. Upon being arraigned before Judge Chase this morning Harry Jones plead guilty to the charge of stealing 75 cents from F. A. Dykeman'sbread wagon. Charles Vandlne also plead guilty tathe charge of stealing John Banner's horse. They were not sentenced. The case of the State against Cbas. BertorS of Kokonjo, charged with throwing a beer glass through a Panhandle passenger coach window at Galveston, is on trial. George Walters filed the complaint of William T.- Bechdol in a suit for divorce from Elizabeth Bechdol. He charges cruel treatment. To Make Room Fnr holiday goods now arriving, Foley will offer everything at cut prices. Granite rice boilers, 73c. Tin rice boilers, 23c. Three-quart granite coffeepot, 33c. Three-quart tin coffee pot, 22c. Broilers or bread toasters, Sc. All-tin wash boiler, 47c. Copper bottom wash boiler, 5Sc. Good big hammer, 80. Dripping pans, 9c, llc,14csnd 21c. Good corn, 5c can. Blackberries, 5c can. Set good knives and forks, 48c. Good butcher knife, 7c. Carving set, ISc. Everything in the store a bargain this week, to make room. Why the Delay? Eastend citizens and Washington township people, who come to Lo- gaosport over the Seventeenth street bridge, are very anxious to know why work on the bridge floor is not being pushed to completion. Over four weeks the bridge has been torn up and there seems to be no effort on the part of anyone to complete the work. I had a talk with two of the county commissioners, but they did not know when the bridge would be completed. To be plain about it, they did not seem to care. We are not a complaining people, but when subjected to such unnecessary Inconvenience, then it is time to complain. SEVESTTEENTH STREET. Notice to Property Owners on Broadway. The assessment for the Improvement of Broadway street has been accepted and approved by the council and the same is now due and payable. Anyone desiring to pay for said improvement on the ten year plan, as provided for In the Barrett law, must file waiver in, my office not later than Dec. 15, 1897. J. B. WINTERS, Olty Clerk: Log Fell OB Him. James Kin?, of Lucerne, son of Isaac King,was loading a wagon with logs, this morning, when the top one slipped off and rolled over on him. Dr. L»Roae found that King was badly braised, but no bone* broken. Bethel Church Corned. Bethel church, a handsome frame church in Clay township, east o; the county farm, burned to the ground about 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Only the organ was saved. It is believed the fire oiiginated from burning embers that had fallen from one of the stoves. The church was partially Insured Fell From a Scaff.Id. Joseph Diy fell from a scafMd, this afternoon, while painting the Cicott street bridge, and his injuries may prove fatal. He fell upon the rocks at a point where the water is sha'low. He was taken to his home at No. 7 Taylor street, and Is under the care of Dr. Holloway. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. A solid gold, three-stone opal ring, for $2, at Taylor's. Marten scarfs. 2 beads and S tails, 14.98.—Trade Palaie. Come and see our hand-painted china—Taylor, the jeweler. Mrs. Zeiters, of Chicago, is in the city the guest of Mrs. Frank Stukey. Visit our China department and sava 25 per cent at the Trade Palace. Henry Kaufman of Ne» York city was the guest yesterday of Jordan Hecht. Mrs. May Douglass of Frankfort is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tattle of the Soutbside. Railway Mail Clerk Samuel Glfford and wife, of Linden avenue, are the parents of a son. Mrs. Henry Sehrtof the Southside, who has been critically ill for some time, is convalescing. The drill was started this morning in the Adams township oil well on the farm of W. H. Carson. B. B. Baker went to Star City today. He resumes his old position lj the college at Mitchell, Ind. Come and see our line of Sterling silver novelties, the largest line in the city —Taylor, the jeweler. Deputy County Treasurer Donovan and Deputy Auditor Smith are at Indianapolis settling with the state. Fred Reger and wife are down from Chicago, visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Justice. Do not buy holiday goods 'till you see our line, for the assortment Is lar^e, at Logansport Wall Paper Go's. William Burgman, of the Southside, who was painfully injured last week, was seen upon the streets today. Miss Bridget Kelly has resigned her position at East Haven hospital, Richmond, and returned to Logansport. We are doubly prepared now. Each day has added something new to our stock. Seeing is believing.— D. A. Hauk. William Newklrk was fined 81 and costs today for striking his sister-in- law, Miss Campbell. Newkirk is of double-headed calf fame. Lairy & Mahoney were appointed county attorneys today to succeed Nelson & Myers. The commissioners made the appointment. At the opening of the county commissioners' court this morning, Abraham Shideler retired and was succeeded by Washington Nefl. Rev, J. A. McGlooe, who delivered an address at the Elks memorial service yesterday, was a guest at the Barnett hotel until this afternoon. Richard Matthews, who was recently shot by John Evans, left the hospital today, having almost entirely recovered from his wound. He will go back to Kenneth. Sarah Gear was on trial today in 'Squire Walters' court upon the charge of assault and battery preferred by Mrs. Jack Wilson, jr. The parties reside at Lake Cicott. The question of the location of the postofflce is undecided. The merchants on Broad way areralslngafund to purchase fixtures, with a view of getting the office located In the building lately vacated by Elliott's wholesale grocery. About $1,000 have been subscribed. Judge Simon Parr Thompson, of the Jasper circuit court, holds that the contract made by the Jasper county commissioners with tax ferrets, whereby the ferrets were allowed 50 per cent, of all sequestered taxes uncovered, is contrary to law, inimical to public policy and voi<?. Hole Shot In His Hand. A young man natnei McDaniels, living at Lucerne, had his left hand badly mangled yesterday while about to shoot at a rabbit. An old" horse pistol, loaded with shot, was prematurely discharged. Dr. F. C. Kane dressed the wound. Row to 3l»ke Garment* Gloxj- Without Starch. • ' In France instead of using ettrch on table napkins after they are washed and dried and ready to be ironed they are dipped in boiling water and partially wrung oat between cloths. They we rapidly ironed with as hot an iron aa possible and become beautifully- atiff and glo«y. .vOnr Shoes Fit Like glores And they wear • Like Iron. We treat car customers Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low— Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high—And we want Your trade. Elias Winter. Now Has tbelar^eet teaching: force it baer bad, Six Teachers are employed daj- night.: .The faculty is not only the la 1 (rest, but is made up cf the best educated men that nave ever been connected with the institution Two instructors have decrees conferred by Stite Universities of :NATIONAL HEP0TATION Others who have not taken a college course, have epeni from one to three years in 'preparation for special work. Each teacher is a specialists in the line of worK in which he instructs. We have a special teacher for book- keepinp. A special teachar for Mathematics. A special teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher for ShortbRud. Seven of our studenis have taken positions recently. If you wart to secure a position In Lo/ransport attend Hall's Business College Cor. 6tb. and Broadway. You are sale iu buying your Shoes at WILLEY'S DflXH SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PEICE. Third and Market Sts. CHICAGO 1UUKKT4 Kecelred Daily by W. W. Mllner, at 1 B. A. Si. Building. Chicago, Dec. 6, 1897. Wheat—For May opened, 89}@ |C. high, 89Jc; low, S8Jc; closed, SSI-c. Wheat—For July opened 82ic; high, S3c; low, S2c; closed, 82s. Corn—For May, opened, 28J-c; high, 28|c;low, 2SJc; closed, 28*c, Oats—May opened, 22c: high, 22|c; iow,2lj@22s; closed, 22Jc. Pork—For Jan. opened, $8.35; high, 18.37; low, $8.32; closed at $8.32. Lard—For Jan., opened, $447 high, $4.50; low, $4.45; closed at $4.47. Ribs—For Jan., opened, $4.32; high, $4.32; low, $4.32; closed at $4,30. Hogs today, 35,000; left over, estimated for Tuesday 36,000; Market opened strong to 5c higher; closed shade lower. Mixed, $3.35@$3.50; heavy, $3.20 _3.47; rough, $3.20@I3,25; light, $3.35@3 47. Curb, 8Sic;puts,88£c; calls, 89|@f. Severely Scalded. This morning while Mrs. William Rosier was preparing breakfast she accidentally upset a pan of boiling water on the stove, and the steam arising therefrom scalded her severely about the face, Luckily she closed her eyes in time to save them. The true composition of Cleveland's baking powder is plainly printed on every can. That's honest; that's fair. You know what you are eating when yon use Cleveland's. Guarantee* Qraeen mn authorised *o g*r» tack roar money it jam. d« aot find ClereUnd'i th« *"—* Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THIMwd ANOTHER we manage to turn out the beat fit* ting.exquisitely finished and distingue suits of clothing to bo teen in Logansport. We take <paina to select the latest and handsomest faeries for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suits in soft finished worsteds, chetlots, 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 f ASSIGNMENT SALE Slaughter Sale of 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, |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! Toil wholesale slaughter sale commenced M. WALDEN. 3i5]Fourth Street, Logansport, Ind. Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTIEL. JOHNSON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. A New Overcoat. We can make you up a fine Garment and a perfect fit at a low figure. Handsome Suits. Those we are turning out are nowhere surpassed for the price. W. Craig Merchant Tailor. Drop in and see our line of WI5TEE GOODS. It was never so complete or beautiful. 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee's. GKIGGS IS CERTAINLY THE JIAK. Will Take McKenna's Place—>"o Cabinet Change Till After .Tan. 1. Washington, Dec. 6.—It was officially announced at the White House yesterday that Governor John Griffgs, of New- Jersey, has been tendered and has accepted the office of attorney general of the United States, which .will be vacated by the nomination of Attorney General McKenna to be associate justice of the United States supreme court. From the best obtainable information, however, it appears that no change is to be made in the composition of the cabinet during the remainder of the current year. There are two good reasons for this. Attorney General McKenna has charged himself with the prosecution of the Pacific railroad cases, and wants to complete the work. The New Jersey constitution fails to make provisions for a. lieutenant governor, and successor to the governor would be the president of the state senate, who is limited in the assumption of the office to the time when the legislature is in actual session, which will not occur until Jan. 1. If Griff&s should resign now New Jersey would have no governor for three or four weeks. Sarcwtia Whlctler. A postal card was recently addressed to Mi. James A. MacNeill Whistler, the academy, London, by an Italian tradesman. Ifwaa *»VPTI to Burlington House «nd marked there, "Not known at the Eoytl academy." When Mr. Whiatler at tat received it, he sent it to the editor of The Paily M" 1 -with this characteristic note, "In those dayi of doubtful frequentationa it i* my good fortune to be able to lend yon an viao- liotad, official *wl *»a ovtifiart* of DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market street in room formerly occupied by Lejaneport Will Paper Co. Gunther'e Confectionery. Charlotte Kuese. Hivarian Cream. Wine Jellies, Chocolate Eelairg. Patty Shells. E»g KUsea, Hickorynut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroons, Crcoanut Macaroon*, Vaniila Wafers. Jelly Tartg, Cream Puffs, Fruit Cake, Gold and Silver End. Lemon Harangue Pled. Frank K. Lloyd, Pastry Cook at 1he Barnett and Murdook hotels lor ths past five years. BB^We have contracted to furnish allth* Pastry and Breao lor the above hotels. No Pain! No Danger! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects-, such as sore mouth, sore gams, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. Tbe Finest acd Best method of CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method I|LATE8, guaranteed to fit. J®"No charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to b* supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt THR City National Bank. CAPITAL -------- $200.000 JCHK GHAT, President, I. N. CKAWFOKD, Vice Prea. F- R. Fowm, Cublok -DIBBCTOB8— John Gr»y. I. N . Cnwfbrd. J. T. Kbott, XV W. H. B«li. A. f. Jenkf, W. C. *»•— - t -.^— 1» BUdeler. G«o. W, Jronk mod John r TiiimiB. vtooej on ptnooil «M Btrr andMtUGovmnnentboode. WQj payZparoemiperanmuioneCTttttalM deports, wh«i dopooted MX BUBtkit 9 fit cent per uiiramirbea left OOOTMC. Boxe* in Safety Dcpodt T»uK» tor ^ T»uK» w "**

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