OAILY^HAHOS THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1897 the M. the OITY NRW3. See Hauk before Christmas. California hams, 6Jc Ib—Foley. Mrs. Hassett, of Kenneth, is sick. Lowest prices on diamonds, Taylor. Fine line children's sets.CriBmond. Dolls, dolls, toys, toys—Trade Palace. The city school teachers will be paid Saturday. Dr. Elliott, of Sedalia, Is in city on business. To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hackett, at Smead street, a son. Largest, line of Seth Thomas clocks in the city at Taylor's. ' Licensed to wed: William Watts and Mllda Clark. A lull line of toye on sale by Logansport Wallpaper Co. Special supper served for dancing parties by Lnule Wandrei, Otto Blasslngham, of Chicago in the city visiting relatives, Lost, silver watch, gold chain. Reward for return to Pharos office. Children's jacket? all go regardless of all former prices—Trade Palace. Buy where you can buy the cheap est and best.—Waldens shoe store. Jewelry, our stock Includes everything beautiful in new goods, Taylor Try our 50c Gunpowder and Young Hyson tea, tomorrow only 35c,Traut J M. Gulp has returned from i trip to Vernon, Gas City and Peru Rockaway shell oysters served in any style and in any quantity at in Louie Wandrel's. Don't miss our reduction sale cloak department, prices guaranteed lowest-Trade Palace. 15c will buy a drink of Golden Wed ding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. Come and see our, Seth Thomas parlor clocks, eight-day, cathedra gong, for 15.50-Taylor. The pearl brooch lost by Mrs. James Hanson was found by Harry Rogers at the corner of Seventh and Broadway. Miss Marie Mergy, who has been •visiting Mrs. John Alber, of 1210 Broadway, has returned to her home at Wabash. MissLillie Boiler, of Burnettsville returned home yesterday, after £ short visit in the city with relatives and friends. Choice underwear and hosiery, most acceptable holiday gift, at the New Otto, at bargain prices and free decorated china. Mr and Mrs. Homer Closson en tertafned a number of friends last evening at cards at their home on Eleventh street. Mrs. A. Dewenter, who has been the guest of her son, John Dewenter, and wife, returned yesterday to her home at Lafayette. Mrs. William Plckard, of 2017 George street, who has been seriously ill for some time, went to Chicago yesterday to take treatment. The chimes will sing at the fancy work sale and art exhibit, Friday evening, at the Birst Presbyterian church. Admission 10 cents. D D. Fickle has filed the complaint of Henry Snyder in a suit against Frank H. and Cornelius Spohn to collect a note for 1200. * Peru Journal: '-The gas pressure of the Logansport plant is to be strengthened soon by the flow from three new wells which are to be drilled in just south of Swayzee.' Batter and cream jars, 5c; baking powder, 5c Ib; clothes racks, 63ceach ironing boards, 55o: lunch boxes, 13c lunch baskets, 13o each; flour bins 5-0: Curtis Bros. 1 jams, lOc can, ai Mrs. Taylor, of Washington, Ind. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Obenchain, ot East High street, be Ing called here by the illness of thei. mother, Mrs. Barnhart, who re «ldes with Mrs. Obenchain. Misses Edna Smith and Agne Klmner, of this city, and Messrs Robert Marsh, of Burnettsville, and Charles Montgomery, of Rockfield are enrolled among the new studenti at tbe Commercial High school. Such neckwear, mufflers and silk handkerchiefs were never before displayed. Tecka, puffs, 4-!n-hands bows and club house all at the popular price of 25c, and hand painted china free only at the New M°r and Mrs. W. C. McCuaig, representing the Lojransport health food company of tais city, have moved to Lafayette to make that city their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Cuii°- were strict members of the Seventh Day denomination. The annual report of the state normal school at Terre Haute shows that during the past year there were 1 744 different students attending the institution. The new building for gymnasium and for the use of the societies has been completed. Two assistant teachers and two teachers of physical culture have been added to the faculty. The treasurer's report shows a bilaace on btndol MISCARRIED, Did the Plans of Sheriff Homborg's Prisoners, To Make Their Escape—Sobody Saw Them Savr Bnt Their Conduct Was Sogpicions. Sheriff Homburg did not see his prisoners saw,buc their conduct gave rise to a suspicion that they had been sawing, and upon inspecting the jail he saw that several locks and ba.rs had been sawed. The inspection was made late last evening oy the sheriff and his deputy, Mr. Smith, after the prisoners had been locked la their cells. Toe; loops of the locks oa the doors of the cells occupied by Smith, the beer thief, and Chambers, who robbed a colored mm named Price, had been nearly severed, and it was further found that one of the bars on the lower fioor of the cage had been sawed off, as well as one of the bars on the wicdow in the southwest corner of the jail. Taese arrangements having been accomplished it would net have taken these prisoners over twenty minutes to have made their escape. It was also discovered that arrangements had been made to saw of the iocka on the do»rs of the cells occupied by Evans, the other beer thief, and Brown, the colored man who shot Green, also colored. Had it not been for the timely discovery, Sheriff Homburg would have had but one prisoner to feed this morning, Mclntosb, the murderer who is confined in a cell in the wo man's department. New locks were put on the cells and a guard patrolled the 'outer cor ridors of the jail during the night. Eloquent Memorial Address. Lieut. S. M. Landry, inspector Of U. S. life saving stations on the grea lakes, whose home is in this city, is a member of Port Huron (Mich.) lodge, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. He delivered the principal address at the memorial services held by his lodge last Sunday. Referring to the address the Port Huron Dally Times says: "Lieut. S. M, Landry delivered an eloquent memorial ad dress. He called attention to the fact that no member of the Port Huron lodge has yet died and said that In America, with over 300 other lodges in the different cities of the United States, the local lodge joined in observing December 5th as memorial day. He told of the objects and aims of the order and believed the world was better for the existence of the same. Mr, Landry's ad dress was a splendid effort and The Times regrets that it is unable to publish it in full." Highly Complimented. i The Dally National Hotel Reporter in its Issue of yesterday compliments Manager Keller of the Barnett hotel for his sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner, as well as breakfast and supper, mentioning some ot the more unique and rare viands that were served, it adds: "This is an exceptionally fine production and much more praiseworthy than some which emanate from places ten times the size of Logansport." The paper also throws flowers upon Messrs Longwel' £ Cummings for the artistic bill of fare they furnished for the occasion saying 'that it is far more praise worthy to produce an original design of their own than to use a stock care from the factory of some down east engraver. Red Men. Wea Tribe N§. 170, Red Men elected the following officers: Prophet—John Youngker. Sachem—I. N. GIpe. Senior Sagamore—Harry Koats. Junior Sagamore—Geo. B.Warner Chief of Records—W. L. Closson Collector of Wampum—Geo.Sharff Keeper of Wampum—J. B. Shaver Trustee—Lewis Epstino. Host—John W. Michaels.' Notice. All members of Western Star lodgi No. 1601, K. and L. of H., are re quested to meet Friday evening, Dec 10, 1897, at 7:30 p. m. Election O officers.—John H. Schwerdman, sec. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Relating to the Ritlronds and Their Employes. Engineer John Manes, of the Pan" handle has recovered from a slight llness. The Panhandle company was seven weeks in making Lbe improvement in the north end. At least a dozen persons were hurt during the improvement of the Panhandle track on the north end. ElishaQ Candee, who has been em- jloyed as an engineer on the Wabasn 'or over thirty years, has been laid off by that company and pensioned tor the rest of his life. He will re- receive half of his regular monthly salary la the future. A committee representing tbe ilcket brokers of Indianapolis has secured the opinions cf more than 500 ot the leading business men of that city wbo are averse to any legislation on the oart of congress against that line of business. Reference is being again made to the fast time of Wabash freight trains Nos. 91 and 92, running between Toledo and St. Louis. They are the next thing to passenger trains and make almost as good time as the passenger service of some roads. Indiana ticket receivers state tbst the passenger business this" year is larger at the present time tban; ever before. December is generally a dul" month until the holidays, bui this year the travel Is almost as heavy as at any other season of the year. The Interstate commece commls slon ha? decided to extend for two years the period within which rail roads must comply with the act 01 congress requiring all railroads to be equipped with safety appliances for the protection of the employes and passengers. The big steam ..shovels that were used in cutting down the hill ai Rush and other points on the*Uhl- cago division of the Panhandle, have been brought to Logansport, along with the train of cars that was usec for feeding and lodging the men. The force of 250 employes will now oe reduced one-half. A. J. Prescott, road foreman of engines on the Chicago division of tbe Panhandle, stated to a Pharos reporter today that there is no truth in the published statement that he had posted notices at the various points along the road that the com paay desired to employ additional firemen and orakemen. In a circular recently Issued by the Wabash railway tbat company gives notice that it will join the Illinois Central and Alton in making cheap party rates from Chicago to points in the south. These three roads also have made the same rates as those in the Central Passenger committee for students returning to their homes for the holidays—a fare and one third for the round trip. Members of the railway employes organization have taken up the fight against ticket scalpers In earnest, and this makes the prospect of legislation for the suppression of this business extremely probable at the present session of congress.. The chiefs of the different railroad-organizations have held conferences with the managers of the various railroads throughout the country, and have been persuaded that the suppression of the ticket scalper would be most beneficial to the railroad employes.. They therefore intend to use their influence at this session of congress for the passing of the anti-scilper bill. Circuit Court New suits filed: By D. C. Justice for William P. Powell against Thos. Barrett, Daniel Barrett and Ellen Barrett, sr., to collect a note; demand, 1600. By Oromer and Swlgart for Mary C. Cromer against Daniel Lybrook and Harvey Lybrook, to collect a note; demand, 1400. Judgments: In favor of Jesse Ault and against D. D. Fickle, administrator of the estate of Jacob Ault, for $368.46. In favor of Harry A. Rogers and against James H. Crawford, as surety for John W. Taylor, for 1124.67. Preparing to Entertain. At a meeting of the Pottowattomle club last .night it was decided that the club would give a series of entertainments during the winter, consisting of musicsles, card parties, dances and lectures. There will also be "smokers" and banquets, at which questions of general local interest will be discussed. Each member of the club will be privileged to invite one gentleman friend to the "smokers." WORLD'S FAiR.CHICAGO, 1893 Attention, St. Matthew Commandery, Knights of St. John. You are hereby ordered to report at arm»ry tomorrow (Friday) evening Dec. 10th, at 8 o'clock sharp, for annual electloa of officers. E. Fox, captain. Full Line of Office Supplies. Inks, pens, rulers, rubber bands, type writer supplies; & Ctnoccf as }Fur Opening * WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, Dec. 8 and 9 by a large Eastern Fur Manufacturer. He will deliver any .Furs he has. This will give you an opportunity to buy some Fine Furs for Christmas. THE GOLDEN RULE. Schmitt & Beinly. HOLIDAY Shoes and Slippers IT The handsomest, and best assortment of CHRISTMAS Shoes and j Slippers ever) shown in the city. ST-Patent LeatherJKid, Ooz Kik, pink, green,red, lavender j; Ti_InJjact;Dany : fhmglnjnice evening slippers. See our Men's Bootee combination, Boot and Shoes just the thing for winter. Stevenson Olinsick. St 403 Broadway. White AS Snow Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon-will call for your work. Give us a trial. // You Want lo be in thelSwim You had better lo HOOLEY ' —Make Tour— j Fall f Suit j Or f Overcoat * I \ He will Fit You When all others fail. SPECIAL SHOE SALE at WALTER MAIDEN'S For Holiday Trade Everything New! Fine shoes that will fit you and suit you. See our nobby new style* in high Shoes and Slippers for Christmas trade. 412 BROADWAY, Pilling's Old Stand. THEL TAILOR Can Suit You in Style and Prices. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-date Fabrics in Plaids,' Checks, Stripes, Serges and in fact anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, ==PATENTS« American and Canadian. Patents promptly obtained, Patent, Mechanical a»4 Perspective Drawings prepared, Inventions Developed. B B. QORDON. THEM FITS. That's what you'll get if I make your clothes . I'm making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from $16 to $40.00....;........ H • G. 'Tucker, "Tailor, «fc •** Broadwir. THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . .. FOR THE ... Blood, Stomach Live/ and Kidneys Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. 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