jlm Gray's . . CORNER ON CLOAKS. le have not bought out any manufacturer, and we an not over- ockcd. but we have correct (goods bought right, and for cash, land we can, and do sell them [cheaper than any other home In the city. Come in and be Convinced. IS. 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,, 6158, Creenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. DAILY PHAROS !. 10, 1897. L1DA LEASURE Physician. v Ofllce io House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets. ofessional calls answered' promrtly. lew Undertakers. — • "' - --- " \ 308 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. till promptly attended to, flay ornlgtit. Mr. Klffljui was for many year* foreman for Charles L, WolJ. Telephone old an. new 817 New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... F. Campbell's Old Stand 5. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PAELOB8, Market Street. New AJumlnlte Rubber Plates. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S )BETAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug store. liner of Fourth and Market Streets. -•Ex- S- Hunt, —DENTIST— 4.11 the latest -liscoverles in medicine and pliancee to relieve pain in extraction or nll- r or teeth. Modern metbods. modern prices, I work guaranteed. -Office orer John Gray's on Fourth Btreet. lu Telephone No. 328. IcConnell OlcConnell $50,000 6 per cent [oney to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. I Mrs. W. C. Thomas, o? 1216 High feet,will give a coffee.on next Mon- Ly afternoon for the benefit of the •oadway M, E. church, in the .enlng a musical programme will be Irrled out. To accommodate gentle- ien the coffee'will be continued until •o'clock. I Daniel Gordon, who was injured in •iflourlng mill at Georgetown last leek, Is In a very serious condition. OIXY NHWS Persimmons at Foley's. Celery—Rothermel, Saturday. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Fancy bananas lOc doz. McCaffrey. Try our cream loaf.—Wright & B. Silver watches at Hauk's of all kinds. Don't forget our fancy celery,— Keystone. Ollle Jenness is visiting relatives at Walton. Fancy large figs tomorrow, lOc Ib. —Keystone. Tbe circuit court was adjourned today until Monday. Your feet fit with shoes— Willey's cash shoe store, 3d and Market. Carving sets in endless variety for holiday presents at H. J. Crismond's, If you cannot find what you want l In cut glass at Taylor's, well, come and see. House coats and smoking jackets at the New Otto and china and cut glass free. Special Christmas opening Monday afternoon and evening—Mueller & Richardson, furniture. The literary and box social held at the Lincoln school house a few evenings ago proved a decided success. A new wire fence has been completed by Mr, Stouffer around the property of G. W. Michael of Harnson township. Nothing prettier for a Christmas remembrance for the ladle& than the new patterns in triplicate mirror. Many beauties In our line at Taylor's. Mr. David Ward and sister, Mrs. Delia Morrison, of Stewart, Iowa, are visiting J. M. Swigart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joshua LaRose of Adamsboro. Rev. H. C. Kendrlck of the Christian church, suffered a painful accident last eveaing while lighting the furnace at the church. His hair was badly singed ind a few slight burns on his face resulted from an unexpected explosion. William, the 3-year-old son of D. B. Scott, died at the family residence in Clay township yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, of membraneous croup. The i'uneral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the family reiiidence. Tony Zolt, the Pearl street liquor dealer^ was pleasantly surprised last evening by the members of the German Singing society and other friends calling on him on the event of his 44th birthday. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Miss Maucie Kichasoo, of 1425 Broadway, wus the victim of a very agreeable surprise Wednesday evening, perpetrated by a number of her friends, who called to assist her in celebrating her fourteenth birthday anniversary. A very pleasant evening was spent, and Miss K. was the recipient ol many useful and dainty presents. Mrs. Kendall, an aged and highly esteemed lady of Burrows, celebrated her SSth birthday anniversary last Saturday. There were 119 guests Jn attendance who partook of the sumptuous dinner prepared for the occasion. Thomas Buskirk, brother of Mrs. K , who resides at Bowling Green, Ind., was present at the celebration. Rev. McNealy was also present and read some appropriate chapters from the bible. The aged lady is enjoying good health and may live to celebrate many more birthdays. Dressed poultry at Foley's. Dressed chickens at Johnston's. 5Jo Ib. best California hams.—McCaffrey- Try our fancy mocha and Java coffee —Keystone. four shoes fit with rubbers at Willey's cash shoe store, 3d and Market. Special exercises wilj be held Christmas at the Baptist church In Young America. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shtgley, of Young America, will remove to Flora In a short time. Jacob Nicodemus has filed his final report as guardian jf the minor heirs of Leonard Simons. Gold pens, picks and pencils, gold thimbles, gold spectacles at right prices—Ben Martin. Buy now and have the choice of our holiday neckwear.—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Miss Phenie Schrader, of the Westside, has accepted a position at the Boston for the holidays. Alexander Bassler, of Burrows, has purchased a barber shop at Flora and taken possession of same. •Great preparations are being made for a Christmas entertainment at the M. E. church at Clymers. Orient lodge No. 272, F. and A. M., will hold Its regular meeting this (Friday) evening, Dec. 10th, for work. In the Circuit court today James McCauley was awarded a judgment for 899 23 against Sarah J. and Jacob Gotshall. Miss Ida Wise of 1721 High street, entertained a number of her friends Wednesday evening. A.n enjoyable time was had. Mr. Will Smith, representing Backman's famous glass blowers, Is in the city, arranging lor their appearance here during the next two weeks. George, the 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Welch, was very pleasantly surprised a few evenings ago by a party of his juvenile friends calling on him. At the home of the groom's parents, at Royal Center, last Monday, at higti noon, Mr. Bert Kennel and Miss Anna Hines were united in marriage by Esquire M. W. Kistler. The young couple will reside in Kewanna, The "Christmas Cantata, Bethlehem," by Dr. George F. Root, will be given ao the First Prftsbyterlan church, Tuesday evening, Dec. list, by a chorus of forty voices, under the direction of Louis D. Eichhorn. Don't miss it. Wea Tribe of Red Men, of this city, has elected George Scharff degree captain. He is said to be one of the best degree workers in the order, and expects to compete for the capital prize to be given by the Great Council next year. Mrs. Robert Kromer and daughter, Mrs. Kerlln, gave a muaieale last Wednesday evening at their home on Melbourne avenue. A. number of musicians participated and the evening was pleasantly spent. Light refreshments were served. Mr. John Close, of Jefferson township, was very agreeably surprised last Sand ay on the occasion of his 52d birthday, by a large number of his friends calling on him. An elegant dinner was served and Mr. Close was presented with a number of beautiful presents. Miss Sadie Wloslow, teacher of the Sunday school class at Royal Center, was very agreeably surprised on the occasion of her 18th birthday by a number of her pupils calling on See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers. SHOE STORE. 510 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. 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 PEICE. Third and Market Sts. her. The evening was spent in a very social manner. Try our cling peaches, 3c Ib.— Keystone. _ Solid gold three~stone opal ring for $3, at Taylor's. John J. Hildebrandt does electric wiring, and sells electric supplies, Charles Vandine was released from the county jail today, having served a sentence of one day for petit larceny. See the largest line of holiday goods ever shown In Loganeport. We are headquarters and low prices rule at the Trade Palace economical store. Bert A. 'Ray has bought out his partner, Harry A. Tucker, in the game and fish market at 428 Market street. Mr. Tucker will engage in shipping poultry. The Ladles Physical Culture club will not hold their meeting on Moo- day, but will meet with Miss Crocoft on Thursday, Dec. 16th, at 3:30 p. m., at the' G. A. R. hall. J. Badtblor, corner of Fifteenth and Spear found the watch advertised in last evening's issue and delivered the same to the owner,Geo. Koske, and received a liberal reward. B. F, Miller, formerly principal of the Walton schools, died yesterday at Kokomo. The funeral will occur at Kokomo tomorrow. Burial will be made there by the Walton lodge of Masons of which the deceased was a me mber. Going to More. Soing to leave your city. Entire stock'of dry goods, cloaks, millinery, underwear and toys, must be closed out, and In order to do this, we will sacrifice goods regardless of cost or value. Entire stock must go Irside of next thirty days. Sale commences Saturday, December llth. LOOK for large bills for closing out prices.—Chicago Bargain Store, 320_Market street. BETWEEN ONE THING and ANOTHER •we manage to tarn out the belt fit- tlng.eiqulsttely finished and distingue suits of cloth, ng to be lean In Logansport. We take pains to select the latest and haod- eomest fabrics for your selection. • Just cow we are making nobby suit* 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. Garl Tailor and Draper, Keller. 31 1 Market St, 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 PECULIAR WELL. The Roger's Weil One of the Wonders of the Wizards. Limestone Reached at Four Hundred Feet Passing Through Which Another Layer of GrartJ is Found. The contractor drilling the well for the Logansport company on the Rogers farm has at la'st gotten through quick-sand at a depth ol 400 feet. The drill then penetrated the rock for about fifty feet, when a layer of gravel was struck, through which the drill has not yet passed. The contractor states that in all his experience in drilling wells he has never • found one in which the formation of the earth's crust was so peculiar. Gravel is seldom found below the limestone formation. More than a month has been consumed in getting through the quick-sand. If to further obstacles are encountered the contractors hope to reach Trenton rock some day next week. The Adamsboro well is down 400 feet. The scent of oil is so strong that a man whose olfactories are well developed can smell it for some dis- tanee. The engineer has been ordered to run at night without lights for fear of an explosion. The projectors of this well feei confident of finding oil. In Adams township the drill was started yesterday on the Carson farm near Twelve Mile. The third well of the New Waverly company, has been located on the old Caaebeer farm, and work is well under way. At Walton, two wells are being drilled in. It is expected that the Bunker Hill company, which is drilling on Jthe Davis farm', will reach trenton rock some time next week. Mrs. M. R, Keys, of 415} Broadway, is at Wabash visiting her son William. She will also visit with friends in Chicago during the holiday season before returning home. Established 1867. Incorporated 1894. The following persona are employed by Hall's Business College: TEACHING FOKCK. C, F. Moore, superintendent. B F. Hart, Actual Busine§8 and Mttbeuu- tios. warren Hall, Theoretical BookkeepinK and Commercial .Law. Andrew Frederick, Penmanship. Clarence MoLaughlln, B&orthand and Type- fritting. ' O. P. Gibson, Instructor Peru Branch' • . BUSIKE8S MiHAGBKEIiT. C. F. Moore, General Manager. ' F. Sto6§meisier. Business manarer. • B. M. Ogborn, Collector. Jessie Benin jr. Stenographer. : Seven of our Stucents have taken poeftlone recently. If you want to sesure a position attend Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 6tb. Sts., Logansport^ Ind, Address CHICAGO MARKETS Received Dally by W. W. MUier, at 6. A. K. Building. Chicago, Dec. 10, 1897. Wheat—For Dec. opened. 8X.07; ihigh, $1.08; low, $1.03; closed, $1.03. Wheat—May, opened 93}c: closed, 9Uc. 1 Corn—For May, opened, 28|e; I high, 28jc; low, 2S£c; closed, 28|o, Oats—May opened, 22|c: high, 22Jc; low, 22Jc; closed, 22Jc. Hogs—Opened steady; closed steady o flr-n; receipts 34,000. Curb, 90i@fc;puts, 93J calls, 92*c, Down in New Mexico. Lewis Martin, formerly of Washington township, but now located at San Marcial, N. M., states in a letter to the Pharos, that the winter weather there is most enjoyable, but the appearance ot small pox has caused much uneasiness among the residents. The pest house is within 1 twenty rods of his residence, and the mortality among the natives is very great. He mentions the sad case ot an American family, the husband dying with the dread disease, leaving a widow and six small children. Mr. John C. Dewenter returned i this afternoon from a short basinets (trip to Chicago. 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 un- sual efforts for this season and present a marvelous collection of dainty and attractive articles suitable for the Holiday Season. We submit for your inspec- ion the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: Pictures, Easels, Screens, Tab o tire ties, Statuaries, I^ace Curtains, 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. . WILER & Co. "Promoters of Original Ideas." Corner Fourth and Broadway.
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