OAILYPHABOS FRIDAY DEO. 10, 1897. QITY NB.W3. See Haak before Christmas. Fresh oysters at Johnston's. All kinds of game at Kiunev's. LettucR—Rjtbermel, Saturday. Need a cloct? See Ben Martin, Mixed candy 5c lb.—McCaffrey. Dressed geese at Bert A. Ray's. Fancy new cocoanut—Keystone. Read Mueller & Richardson's ad. Fresh butter scotch—Wright & B Always something new at Haut's Dressed chickens 7jc lb.McCaffrey. Fine line children's sets.Crismond. Green beaB3 and peas—Rotnermel. Dressed chictens tomorrow at the Keystone. Four quarts fancy cranberries 25c. —McCaffrey. See the Ohio pottery at a very low price at Hauk's. Plenty lettuce ,radishes, onions celery and chickens.— Traut. Goods never were so cheap as now, In order ts clean up —Foley's. Sugar cured shoulders, 5}c lb;California hams, 6}c lb.—Traut. Wanted—Good dining room girls. —Tremont hotel, Wabash, Ind- Corn starch, best made, three packages for lOc tomorrow—Keystone. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best.—Waldens shoe store. Good shoes cheaper than ever at Willey'a cash store, 3d and Market st. We will make you a very close price ou diamonds tor Christmas.—Taylor. Call at WlUey's cash store and get a p»zzle in the shape of a map of Logansport. Cane and umbrella sets, silver trimmed, «2 00 and «3, at Wil" Murdock's. George Williams, of Hartford City who has been visiting here, returned home today. Buy a roll of late music of ' Powell to send to some dear friend for Christmas. The board of county commissioners inspected the county house and premises today. James Decker, an insane patient from Winamac, has been admitted io Longcliff hospital. Decorate your show windows and home with evergreen, holly and mis tletoe from Foley's. Smokers' articles in silver and cut glass; shaving mugs, razors and razor strops—Ben Martin. Holiday umbrallas and mackin t«shes for ladies, misses and children at theTiade Palace. Christmas furniture opening next Monday afternoon and evening.— Mueller & Richardson. 15c will buy a drink of Golden Wed ding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. . Come and see our 8-day, black en ameled, cathedral gong, Seta Thomas clout for $5.50, at Taylor's. New and stylish parlor cabinets and elegant rockers In all the latest coverings at Henderson & Son's. We are unloading another oar load of fine potatoes. Don't delay buy- Ing; prices are going up.—Traut. Mrs. Hoover, widow of the late Abe Hoover, ot Adamsboro, has received a back pension of over f 500, Mr. and Mrs. Weida of Flora, who were in the city yesterday visiting Mrs. Kerns, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Elizabeth Puterbaugh, of Crawfordsvllle, was in the city yesterday visiting the family of J. J, Puterbaugb. This weather for a mackintosh, coat or a nice umbrella, the best of them to be had at Dewenter's, the hatter and furnisher. China and cut glass free and finest shoes at cut prices. See the New Otto holiday window, tl. 50 saved on ladles' colored shoes, Saturday Japanese cups and saucers, 5c; quadruple plated silver mugs, gold lined, 19c; lOc table tumblers, 5c—Trade Palace. W. J. Barnett, the undertaker, and Harry Cilley, the Panhandle operator, were decorated with antlers last night by the local lodge of Elks. Miami County Record: Del Roth- boone began drilling on a well at Hen Peck, twelve miles north or Logansport, this week for the Ohio company. Rev. Hockman will begin a series of lectures next Sunday at the Baptist church at Adamsboro. He will be assisted b? Rev. McDonald, Of Marlon. Mr. Al Ford, a well-known farmer of Adams township, has rented his place for a year and removed to Ber- rlan Center, Mich., Jor the benefit of his wife's health. Mrs, C. E. Hardy, of Berlin Heights, O., Is In the city, being called here to attend the sick bedside of her lather, Edward Grlffla, of the Southelde, who Is seriously 111. Warm weather's the cause—30-ln. beaver cape, 160; 25x135 seal cape, »100. Prices on all jackets so low you can not resist temptation if in need. Call tomorrow and be con- Tinoed—Trade Palace, VEEY GIDDY Has Been the Conduct of Everett Gordon If What His Wife Says of Him is True—A Divorce Suit. Attorneys Swigart and West today filed the complaint of Mary A. Gordon in a suit for divorce from Everett Gordon. Plaintiff resides in the city and Che defendant at Georgetown. The couple were married in Logansport Mirch 2, 1897. Plaintiff alleges that on the 3d day of April, 1897, the defendant, without any cause or reason, left her and has since refused to live with her or give her any support whatever; that the defendant has been guilty of cruel and inhuman treatment of plaintiff In that since their marriage he has been in the most open and notorious way, paying attention to and going with other women, and especially with SADIE SEAD0S, an unmarried woman; that he has taken her to dances, buggy riding, and has walked with her both in the day time and at night; that on one occasion he was with her for an entire day in the city of Logansport, and left said city about 8 o'clock at night and arrived at Georgetown at about midnight; that this conduct of the defendant has been so open and notorious that it has become the public talk of the people of the said community in which they lived, and was for the purpose of wounding and hurting the feelings and to cause plaintiff suffering; that during said time plaintiff has been living a virtuous life supporting herself by her o»n daily labor: that during said time defendant has been squandering his earnings on other women. Plaintiff further charges that defendant committed adultery with said Seadus; that when he left plaintiff she was confined to her bed, sick, without suitable provision for her care and comfort; that when he left her he went to Danville, Ills., and remained there for some time; that he married her solely for the property she expected at some time to inherit from her father, and told persona that he was marrying eighty acres of land. In addition to a divorce Mrs. Gordon petitions for the restoration of her maiden name, Close. AS UNPAID POUCI. Receiver Named for a Red Men's In- snrance Company. At New Albany Wednesday Judge Hester appointed John B. James receiver for the Red Men's Fraternal Accident association and the receivership will extend throughout the country wherever the association operates, sayn an exchange. The appointment was the result of an accident which befel ex-postmaster Schindler, of that city, in July, 1896. He lost an arm while out hunting and could not collect on a policy held in the association. He filed suit and obtained a judgment of 12,600. He could not collect from the association and filed suit for the appointment of a receiver. The headquarters of the association are at Westfield, Mass., and it is understood several policies of the' company are held in this city. Sugar Beets in Northern Indiana. In his address at the farmers' meet ing in Starke county, this week, Prof. Huston, chemist at Purdue university, spoke of sugar beet cul-_ ture as follows: "This is the tenth" crop I have taken off, and during the present year we have had a very much greater Interest here in the matter than ever before. The results are such as to indicate that the Kankakee valley is the most promising section of the state for the establishment of a beet-sugar factory. The yields and the quality ot the beets are both satisfactory.' ID quality the beets exceed those obtained this season from any other parts of the state." The Weather. Rain tonight and Saturday; colder tonight; probably colder Saturday afternoon and night. Official facsimile of \3edal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,CHICAGO,!893 RAILROAD BREVITIES. Short Items of Interest Gathered From JUny Sources. William Buell.a Panhandle freight conductor on the Columbus division, Is off duty on account of a painful injury to his foot. Three extra freight engines have been put on the Logansport division of the Vandalia tc accommodate the Increasing business. The paymasters on the Pennsylvania will start, out earlier than usual this month In order that the enpioyes may have their Christmas money. The failure to Inspect the Wabash this winter is said to be due to the heavy business the road is doing, giving no opportunity for a proper examination. F. D. Butcher, who has been located as station agent and operator at Jessups, on the Vandalia, has been transferred to«Lucerne, a town a few miles north of Logansport. The county commissioners at Andersun refused to grant a franchise to the Clodfelter, Indianapolis & Marion Electric railway over the roads of the county from Elwood to Alexandria. The company will offer SI,000 cash and a «2,000 bond to keep the highway in repair. James Murphy, of the Panhandle baggage room, has received word of the death ot his friend, Charles Werst, the man whose release from prison he obtained after finding proof of his innocence, Mr. Werst, it will be remembered, was in very poor health while in this city a short time ago. So satisfactory were the tests between Chicago and New York over the Pennsylvania lines that it is believed that next spring the time table will show a train in both directions which will make the ran between these cities in twenty houis, The schedule of its fastest train is now twenty-four hours. Mr. Grlner, fireman on the Panhandle, slipped 'from the cab of his engine last'evening while shoveling coal, suffering a severe gash in his cheek. The a'ccldent happened near the Panhandle station and he was taken to the offise of the company's surgeon, where Dr Hetheringtbn dressed the young man's injuries. Experiments have already been made ou seven representative roads, which show that the average trainload of plying freight is 257 tons, or about 25 per cent of the entire weight hauled. It is claimed that a train of thirty steel cars ot 100,000 pounds capacity would carry 1,500 tons of paying freight with a dead weight of 510 tons, thus making the paying freight carried about 75 per cent of the total tonnage hauled. Forty-six wooden cars would be required to carry the same load and would also increase the train length 517 feet, a very important item in practical railroading. Twenty-five years ago the railroads were equipped with cars ranging from ten to fifteen, tons capacity. Today from twenty-five to thirty tons capacity prevails, and it is claimed that the next ten years will see a general use or fifty-ton cars. Glass Blowers Coming. Backman's Glass Blowers, who have exhibited all over the world, will be located in Logansport next week at 421 Market street, cpposlte Pearl, Hanna's old stand. Six first-class spinners, weavers and' blowers are constantly making ornaments out of glass. Glass dresses, neckties, pin cushions and a steam engine in ful operation, are among the many novelties. Admission 15 cents, and every visitor receives a present. Taken South. Chambers, Brown,Smithand Jones, the convicted criminals, were taken to the Jeflersonville reformatory last night by Sheriff Homburg. The trip was made on the Louisville train which left here at 12:45. Chambers was handcuffed to Brown and Jones to Smith, The prisoners made the trip from the jail to the station under guard of the sheriff, two deputies and a policeman. Is That So? Miami County Sentinel: Logansport is becoming remarkable for the number of men who carry canes. The most of them do not carry canes to be dudish, but since so many holdups take place in that city the canes are carried for protection. Some of them are heavily loaded with lead and one good blow will stretch a footpad on the ground. Circnlt Court. But little business was transacted in the Circuit court today. Two suits were filed, one by Jordan Hecht, trustee, against Daniel Lybrook to collect a note for «150. The other was a suit brought by E. D. Closson against A- J. Benner to collect a note for $9.90. It was appealed from J. Q. Symon's court, in Jackson township. • PriitiBg »f All Kinds, Letter heads, envelopes, cards, pro- grammes and invitations.—Longwell & Cummings, Masobic temple. jFur 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 i Fine Furs for Christmas. j ^ i I THE GOLDEN RULE. Sctoitt & Heioiy. >»••»•»»»•«»++»< , HOLIDAY Shoes and Slippers The handsomest, and best assortment of CHRISTMAS Shoes and' Slippers ever] shown in the city. Patent Leather Kid, Ooz Kik, pink, green,red, lavender. In fact anything in nice evening slippers. See our Men's Bootee combination, Boot and Shoes just the thing for winter. Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway. White 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. If You Want Io be in the'Swim You had better le HOOLEY —Make Tour— * Fall Suit Or Overcoat * He will Fit You When, all others fail. SPECIAL SHOE SALE at WAITER MAIBEN'S For Holiday Trade Every thing New! Fine shoes that will fit you and suit you. See our nobby new styles in high Shoes and Slippers lor Christmas trade. 412 BROADWAY, Filling's Old Stand, THR BAILOR Can Suit You in Style and Prices. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-da Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and fact anything you want for a first class Bushu DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. John K- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, ==PATENTS== Canadian Patents promptly obtained, Patent,Mechanical a Perspective Drawings prepared, Inventions Developed. jig.""*. B B. GORDON rilVE THEM FITS. That's what you'll get if I make your clothei. ] making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from ! to $40.00..... H • G. "Tucker, "Tailor, *th and Broadw THOMPSON'S HERB TEA ...FOR THE.. . Blood, Stomach Liver and Kidne: Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. A GUARANTEED CURE >•)• Dysp.psia, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney Complaint! Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Catarrh, Nervous Debility, Sick Head* Loss o£ Appetite, Blotches, Pimples. Scrofula, Erysipeks. Salt Eheum, Eczema, Weak Back, Fever Ag»e and all other Diseases arising from Impurities of the Blood or Derangement of the Nervous System. Price 26 Cents, PREPARED BY THE THOMPSON HERB TEA CO. NEW YORK.
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