John firay's... CORNER ON CLOAKS. We have not bongtt out any manufacturer, and we ar* not overstocked, but we have correct goods bought right, and for casn, and we can, and do sell them cheaper than any other house in the city. Come in and be Convinced. A. S.Everett, A.M ,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia and tlie rational treatment of Chronic Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, 0108, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. LIDHEASURE Ptiysiciaa. Office In House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. » DR. C. B. EVERSOLE'S DEDTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Neisr Undertakers. . - * N^ 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or ulght. Mr. Kllllan waa for many years foreman lor Charks L. Well. Telephone old 281, new 817 KURNITURR New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices . . . W. F, CaiiipbcIl'M Old Stand E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PABLORS, 316 Market Street. New Aluminite Rubber Plates. Dr- Ex- ©• -DENTIST- All the latest llscovorlee In medicine find appliances to relievo i.iiln In extraction or lining of teeth. Modern methods, modorn prices, AM work iruaranteod Office over John Grny's on Fourth utrect. e tl Telephone No. 328. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. Notice, Ladies Auxiliary. All members of the Ladies Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, are requested to meet at the home of Mrs. J. E, Irwin, of 11 Burlington avenue, tomorrow (Thursday) aflernoon. The Pharos predicts that Willie Wilkin will one day find a place among the best comedians of the •onntry. He is young and has plenty •f time to develop a natural talent. DAILY PHAROS WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1897. is OFTY MRWS Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Cdpt. Foley, of the police force, cm tfte sick Hat. To Mr. and M.ra. Benson, of Wabash avenue, a son. Largest Hue of sterling silver spojns in the city at Taylor's. Atwond B. uonrad and Martha F. Rhodes have been licensed to wed. Carving sets in endless variety for holiday presents at H. J. Grismond's. Jewelry, our stocfe includes everything beautiful in new goods, Taylor. See our line of sterling spoons and forks. Single pieces or special prices on sets—B. Martin. Manager Keip, of the Columbian brewlngcompany, and wife, went to Toledo to visit relatives. Miss Mary Sellers, of Defiance, O ., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, Kdward Fettig, of 623 Race street. We move into our new Wall street store next Saturday. Reduced prices throughout the house.—Bee Hive, Warm weather prices on cloaks commences tomorrow. Prices so low you cannot figure discount.—Trade Palace. A pilr of lady's garmects, brand new, were left in motor car No 1, last Friday. The owner can recover same by 'jailing at the power house. Look with your friends in our dress goods and silk departments this week as lihls is saving money week to the tradu for holiday dresses. Come quick—Trade Palace. The Penny club of the Rathbone Sisters will meet in special session at the home of Mrs. J. F. Callin, 2110 Market, street, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp.—Secretary. V. E Seiner, J. A. Seybold and G. W. Flanagan went to Indianapolis this afternoon to witness the work in the higher degree of Masonry in the new jcemple at Indianapolis. John Fletemeyer, Edward Hanagin and Oliver Pierce, Lafayette Elks, attended the minstrel performance under the auspices of the local lodge at the opera house last night. Who wouldn't accept a fine pair of fur gloves; No gentleman. We have them in all qualities from $2.00 upwards. They make a warm present,.— Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Kill two birds with one stone. While purchasing your holiday gifts or every day necessaries at the New Otto you will receive gratis elegant decorated china and fine cut glass, suitable for gifts to others. Floyd Tillett and Thomas and Lewis Little, of Tipton township, left today for Texas to inspect certain lands In that stats with the view of speculating if there is a chance to make any money thereby, Work has been suspended for some days on the well of the Logansport oil and gas company,four miles north of the city. The delay is occasioned by lack of Iron tubing, which Is being supplied from Peru. The drill is still in quicksand. The county commissioners state that the delay In repairing Seventeenth street bridge is due t-o the fault of the contractors, the Canton bridge company, who claim that they are unable to get the iron needed for the work. The contract requires the bridge company to pay a forfeit of •10 a dsy after November 23d. A telegram today states that the material has been shipped. FINISHED TODAY Were the Panhandle Track Improvements at Rush. On Tomorrow Trains Will be Bun Over the Sew Track—Railroad News. The cut in the grade of the Panhandle track at Rash was practically completed today, and on tomorrow trains will be run as usual. Three engin es will be kept it that point until the danger point hasbeen passed. KAILROAD NEWS. The Wabash earned in November 81,061,333, an increase over November, JS96, of $155.389 L. F. Loree, general superintendent of the lines west of Plttsburg leaves today for a several week's tour of Europe. The Logansport division of the Vandalia is doing such a heavy business that three extra freight trains have been pun on. Thomas Courtney has resumed his run as passenger conductor on the Panhandle, after a prolonged illness, at his home on Linden avenue. Trainmaster May of the Panhandle and wife are at Dayton, Onto, attending the funeral of the latter's father, which occurred in that city too 1 ay. A railroad attorney said yesterday that the suit of tae State against the Vandalia to secure the sum claimed to be due to the school fund will lengthen the receivership. When the Wabash gets its new steel rail In between Danville, Ills., and Toledo, the running time of its fast trains will be reduced another hour between those points The ticket sales of the four railroads running into Lafayette, for the month or November amounted to very nearly $20,000. The sales of the Wabash were slightly in excess of any one of the other roads. Panhandle trainmen are exceed- jingly nappy, owing to the fact "that passecger trains from Chicago are now arriving on time, the first time since active work on the Rush hill improvements have been in progress. H. H. Shuey, of the Panhandle shop force, met with a peculiar accident yesterday afternoon. He was holding a bolt, which was being ponnded by another workman with a sledge hammer, when a piece of the hammer broke and lodged in his arm above the wrist. It was, however, See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers SHOE STORE. 510 Broadway, Lcgansport, Ind. You are safe in buying your Good cake can be made in lialf a dozen ways; the best cake only by using Cleveland's baking powder. If you can make good cake, you arc the one to appreciate C1 e v e land's baking powder. It makes just that delicate, dainty kind that expert cake-makers strive for. Guarantee* Orocors are authorized to gkrt beck yonr money i£ yon do not gnd Cleveland's the best baking powder yon have ever used. Cleveland Baking Powder C*, M.T. TU Shoes at WILLEY'S cpa SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICE. Third and Market Sts. removed, but the accident will lay him up for some time. The reading room of the S". M, C. A. contains a large music box, loaned by a friend. The depossitlng of a penny in the slot causes the machine to play. As the work of improving the Panhandle track near Crown Point nears completion, the liability to accidents grows less. During the Clme the iarge force of men have been employed, mishaps and injuries to em- ployes have been of very frequent occurrence. The cost to the company on this score has been large,but thus far no damage suits have materialized. CONVICTED PRISONERS Sentenced Today in the Circuit Court by Jmlge Chase. The following convicted prisoners were sentenced today oy Judge Chase: Charles Smith, beer thief, to the southern prison for from two to fourteen years. Thomas Evans, beer thief, to the northern orison for from two to fourteen years; will be taken north tomorrow. Fred Chambers for robbing a colored man named Price, to the southern prison for from two to fourteen years. • Brown, colored,for shooting Green, colored, to the southern prison, for from two to fourteen years. Thomas Mitchell, for stealing copper wire from the street car track, plead guilty and was discharged on his own recognizance. Homer Mitchell, stealing wire from the street car track. Discharged. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THINGand ANOTHER we manage to turn out the best fit- tlng.eiqulsitely finished and distingue suits of cloth,ng to be seen in Logansport, We take -pains to select the latest and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suits in soft finished worsteds, chevlota, 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 Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTEL JOHNSON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. Recelied Dally bj W. W. SUlner, at 6. A. B. Building. Chicago, Dec. 8, 1897. Wheat — For May opened. 89|@ tc. high, 90Jc; low, 89Jo; closed, Wheat — For July opened 823@j-c; high, 83Jc; low, 82j-c; closed, 83 J-c. Oorn — For May, opened, 28|@Jc; high, 28ic; low, 2S|c; closed, 28Jc, Oats— May opened, 22 Jc: high, 22fc; low, 22Jc; closed, 22}o. Pork — For Jan. opened, low, 18.20; 18.27; closed Jan., opened, *4 40 low, $4.40; closed at Jan., opened, 14.32; low, $4.30; closed at high, $8.27 at$8.22. Lard—For high, 14.42; $4.40. Ribs—For high, 14 32; $4,30. Hogs today, 50,000; estimated for Friday 44,000. Market opened 5c lower closed steady at a decline. Mixed, $3.35@»3 45; heavy, *3.35 @3.45; rough, »3.15@»3.3Q; light, $3.35@3 42 Receipts of cattle, 15,000; Sheep, 16,000. December wheat sold to $1.01J today, closed, $1J. Curb, 99f@Jc: puts, 90@-90J@90J calls, 90J@|@i@f. Goes to Make Room. At Foley's wood pail lOc. 2 quart tin pail with lid 4c, dash churn 35c, stone churn 4d, galvanized iron pail I7c, gallon glass oil can lie, 5 gallon oil can 53c, TSTo. 8 tin tea kettle 33c. To Prof. J. E. McMiilen is due the praise of the Elks for hla untiring efforts to make the minstrel performance of last night a success . To take a lot of amateurs and attempt to make performers of them, is a task that few such men of Prof. McMillen's ability will ever attempt. He is one of the best musicians In the state, and the Pharos is pleased to announce that the people of Logansport thoroughly appreciate his talent. Now has the'larfrest teaching-force it bM'ever had. Six Teac)ier« are employed dayland night.! iTbe faculty is not only the laiftest, but is made up cr the best educated men that hare ever been connected with the institution. Two instructors have decrees conferred by St»t» Universities Of NATIONAL REPUTATION. Others who have not taken a college course, have spent from one to three years in preparation for special work. Each teacher l«a specialists in the line of woric In which he Instructs. We have a special teacher for book' keeping. A special teachar for Mathematics. A special teacher for Penmanship, A special teacher lor Shorthand. Seven of our students have taken position! recently. If you wantto secure a position In Lopansport attend Hall's Business College Cor. 6tb. and Broadway. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Our novelties in jewelry and chins will 6utt your fancy—Taylor. Come and see our Seth Thomas parlor clocks, eight-day, cathedral gong, for $5 50—Taylor. The county commissioners went o'lt into Nooie township today to Inspect, the O P. Brant bridge. The finishing touches are being placed on the interior of Geiger Bros,' new business house on Market street. Shaving cups, razor strops,brushes, cuff buttons, watch chains.stlck pins, studs and a hundred different articles for presents—B. Martin. Mrs. Sarah G-ear is on trial In Esquire Walters' courtthis afternoon for assaulting Myrtle Wilson. The parties live at Lake Cicott. Exalted Kuler Kraus, of Peru- lodge, attended the Elks' show last- night. Mr. and Mrg. Clarence Terrell, of Peru, were also present. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian church gave a coffee this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Hart, on Plum street, Westside. Mary J. Shuey ha» filed a suit against her husband, Alfred Shuey, lor divorce, alleging cruel treatment and demanding $100 alimony. Both parties reside here. IN HOLIDAY ATTIRE. We invite you to participate in the goods thing we have prepared for the Holiday Season. With a display large at all times, we have made unusual efforts for this season and present a marvelous collection of dainty and attractive articles suitable for the Holiday Season. We submit for your inspcc. tion the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: Pictures, Easels, Screens* Tatoourettes, Statuaries, Kace Otirtalns, Portieres, Rugs, Iron Beds, Down Quilts- Every person who enjoys beautiful things, as well as purchasers, are cordially invited. A Glance at our Widow is Sufficient. H. WILER & Co. "Promoters of Original Ideas." Corner Fourth and Broadway.
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