Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 13, 1897 · Page 8
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M -*^5V^ ^ a. "^ Ti.-^tj'^ TS^^MI' \ OAILYPHAEOS MONDAY, DEC 13, 1897, OITYNRWS. See Hauk before Christmas. Diamond rings—Ben Martin. Meet me aoler the sky light. Pearl handle umbrellas at $1.93.— Trade Palace. Sterling silver mounted hair combs for •! at Taylor's. Oome and see our French China plate for 50c at Taylor's. Game sets, fi^h sets, icecream sets, fine cut glass—Ben Martin. Harry McSheehy and Fred Thompson spent Sunday at Kokomo. Wallace Booth is a new member of the Elite Mandolin orchestra. Magic umbrellas for holiday gifts. —The New Otto, sole agents. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best.—Waldens shoe store, Indian pale ale $1.18 per doi.en, Scotch ale $1.35 oer dozen at Foley's. Carpet sweepers, skates and children's knife and fork sets. Crismond. Best line of holiday goods in the city at the Logansport Wall PaperCo. For 39c you get a pound can of baking powder and a boy's handsome aledat Traut's. The Young Ladles Bachelor club was entertained Friday evening by Miss Mary Robe. See the finest iine of holiday umbrellas ever shown in the city, now at the Trade Palace. Miss Rella Deardoff, ot Roann, is visiting J. A.. Haslet and wile at 315 Melbourne avenue. The New Otto put in two extra arc lights to properly show their great holiday exhibit. 15c will buy a drink of Golden Wedding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. Mrs M. R. Keys Is at Wabash visiting sriends. She will visit at Chicago before returning home. See our line of cloaks at »4.98, 17.50, $10 and 115. All have been reduced 33J to 50 per cent.—Trade Palace. The usual holiday slipper display at the New Otto at reduced prices, especially on ladles fur trimmed novelties, We do not intend to carry our pictures over the holidays. Come in and get bargains at the Logansport Wall Paper Co. Joe Gulp Is now a partner in the Evans store and barber shop on Sixth street, having purchased Wlllard Rush's Interest. The imitation snow storm in Berwanger Bros.' show window is attracting a great deal of attention. It is very novel and attractive. Many chickens have been stolen from Logansport coops within the last two weeks, and many "rain- gticks" have wandered from the front porches of residences, Wednesday we optn our candy department with a full line ot fancy home made candies. Remember we handle nothing but the best home made candles.—Traut. Rev. H. J. Norrls, of New Castle, will lecture at the Broadway M, E. church Friday evening; His subject will be "From New York to Naples and iieturn, with Incidents." To seels to admire; to admire is to buy; to receive is to have great pleasure thrust upon ?o.u, and to wear near to your heart our beautiful neckwear—Dewenter, the hatter and far- nisher. Wm. Green, a former employe of John E. Barnes, is preparing to depart for Klondike in February in the emplty of Morgan Brothers, ship builders and mining company, of Seattle, Washington. Some ladies say it is so hard to buy a present for a gentleman. We would advise you to enter the store of Dewenter, the hatter, and see the many useful presents you can boy for men and boys, and you w'll change your mind. The ^tate board of charities has elected for secretary Amos W. Butler, of Brookville, to succeed E. P. Bicknell resigned. The new secretary is a scientist and president of the western association of writers. His salary is $2.000. The Woman's club met this afternoon with Mra. F. H, Wipperman.on east North street. Mrs. J. B.Winters described a personal visit to the city of Jerusalem and Mrs. Ben Martin told of the manner ro which Christmas is observed in the different lands. J. K. Rollins, of this city, who was a member of Companies E afid D, 31th Ohio Infantry, Saturday received a medal from Adjutant-General Aillne, of Ohio, as a badge of honor, directed by the legislature of that state to be given to every soldier who re-enllsted from Ohio in lSti3 under general order No. 19i. Tax ferrets have been employed by the commissioners of Whitley county to examine the bocks of the county treasurer. No defalcation is charged, bat the opinion prevails that there Is a large amount of money due the oountj from taxpayers, and the county-commissioners are desirous of ascertaining If the same be true. OFFICERS CHOSEN. Morgan Conn Named for Superintendent of the Jfoor Farm. Dr. A. F Sye Will Mncceed Dr. loivay as County Physician. Hoi- The not fight for the superintend ency of the county poor farm was ter ruinated today by the election Morgan Conn, of Washington town ship. Mr. Conn is an extensive fa mer and a worthy man. For man years he has been a tenant on th Hamilton lands east of the city. H has successfully managed a 320 acr f«rm and will no doubt conduct; th business of the poor -farm honest! and acceptably to the tax payers the county. Dr. Nye.the new county physician is a graduate of a Cincinnati medica college and at present is practicln medicine with Dr. M, A. Jordan. In addition to Dr. Nye,the count; commissioner appointed the follow Ing physicians who will treat th poor in their respective districts: Dr S. C. Miller, Bethlehem township Dr. T. C. Kane, Harrison; Dr. E. D Soyder, Tipton township. An Interesting Suit. The suit of the American Wir Nail company against the Stat National bank is on trial in the Cir cult court before Judge Chase and jury. The company is seeking to re cover 84.00, the value of a car load o wire and nalls,delivered at Presiden John F. Johnston's hardware store the day before the failure of thi bank. The stosk of the store wai turned over, by Johnson to the bank hence the bank Is made defendant in this suit. The company is represent ed by Judge Winfield and A. G. Jenkines,' aad the bank by Nelson & Myers. Drill Down 450 Feet. The drill is now down about 450 feet in the well of the Logansport oi and gas company, four miles north of the city. The prospects are that the troublesome quicksand has been passed and work will now go forward with the usual-speed. The contractor is the only one who has lost by the many difficulties experienced almost from the day the , drill was started. Ii the present well is a failure, the company will make its next trial south of the city, in the direction of Walton. Entertainment. An entertaining programme will be carried out at the Broadway M. E. church, Friday evening, Dec. 17th at 7:30, Eev. H. J. Norris, former pastor of the church, will deliver a lecture entitled "From New York to Naples and Beturn, with Incidents." A variety of music will be rendered, The Treble Clef quartette, consisting of Misses Margie Meek and Minnie Tucker and Mesdames E. B. McConnell and J. B. Shultz will sing. Admission 25 cents. Bad Boys, Harry Davis, the little newsboy, and Willie Lee, a companion, stole a pair of gloves Saturday night, from the show in front of Due Golr'en Rule dry goods store and sold.them to a Southsider for ten cents." The boys were arraigned this morning, when Mayor McKee gave them a lecture and told them to go. Notice, K. of H. All members of Wabash lodge, K. of H., No. 1831, are requested, to oe present at regular meeting this evening, to make arrangements for the funeral of Brother Levi Hensell, who died at Chicago yesterday. By order of L. Epstein, dictator; James Bolt, secretary. Notice. The regular meeting and annual election of officers of the W. K. C. No. 20 occurs tomorrow. Every member is requested to be present. Notice, Retail Clerks. There will be a meeting of Eetail Clerks union this (Monday) evening at 3:15 o'clock. By order of the president. The Weather. Rain tonight acd Tuesday; ably colder Tuesday night. prob- RilLROAU BREVITIES. .Short Kerns of Interest Gathered From .•anj Sources. Pat Follen, Wabash operator, has returned from Witchita, Kan. The Wabash has two extra gangs laying steel rail, each laying a half mile a day. J. S. Stevens, of Peru, master ot transportation of the Wabasn, has decided to locate in California and has tendered his resignation. The office will be abolished. A car famine is reported in many towns hereabouts, notably along the Panhandle lines. Cars cannot be had to ship t&e grain and live stock that are being taken to market One of the newest features in running railroad trains is soon to be inaugurated atLitchfield, 111., where the citizens are arranging to run a free train regularly on the Jacksonville & St. Louis railroad. The object sought is to induce the people to do their trading at Lltehfield. The Pennsylvania lines now have over ninety thousand freight cars equipped with automatic couplers and sixty thousand equipped with air brakes and automatic couplers. (All the locomotives on the Pennsylvania lines, which number thousands, are equipped with automatic air- brakes, as are its several thousand passenger cars.) The Wabash road secured a big contract when it got the big ahtji- ment of stone from Bedford, for the Allen county c iurt house. The tonnage is immense and the freight bills are something startling. Nearly every day from ten to fiften cars loaded with immense cubes of Bedford pass through the city. Many of these blocks weigh ten tons each and two ot them fill a car. They are de- ivered to the Wabash by the Monon, at Lafayttte. MiRKKTS ANNOUNCEMENT Yes, 'Christmas is coming" You have heard this remark before, has it occurred to you that you have but two short weeks in which to prepare for Santa Glaus? The Golden Rule will be an interesting phce for Christmas shoppers. The many dainty and uselul things designed especially for the Holidays, and displayed only on our counters, will attract attention. This week our offering in Handkerchiefs vill eclipse anything ever offered in •this department. The assortment is larger, quality better; ard the prices we guarantee will meet your approval. As evidence that our prices are right,we quote the following: Ladies' Lace edge Handkerchiefs - - - - 2c. Ladies 7 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs - - - oe. Ladies' fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs 2c Ladies' fancy Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 5c Our entire stock of fine Embroidered, Handkerchiefs the best line in the city < Your choice of Lot i 90 Lot 2 12 I-2C Lot 3 2oc Lot 4 250 Fancy Embioidered Handkerchiefs, up to §2.00 <ach; Gent's white Handkerchiefs, 5c; Gent's fancy Bordered Handkerchiels, 5c; Gent's line Linen Handkercniefs. lOc; Gents tine linen fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs, 15 20 and 25c. THE GOLDEN RULE. SCHMITT & HEINLY HOLIDAY at Received Dally by VT. W. Milner, 9. A. R. Building. Chicago, Dec. 13, 1897. Wheat—For Dec. opened. 81.05; high, 81.05; low, 97Jc; closed, 99Jc. Wheat—May.opened 91 J-J-c: closed, 9Hc. Corn—For May, opened, 28Jc; high, 28Jc;low, 28Jc; closed, 28fc, Oats—May opened, 22|@tc; high, ,2Jc;jlow, 22-Jc; closed, 22Jc. Hogs—Opened 5c higher: re- elpts 38,000; estimated receipts for omorrow,42,000:mixed,*3.30@$3,45: Heavy, $3.30@«3.42; rough, 83.15@ 3.25; light, «3.30@I3.42. Receipts of cattle, 10,000; lOc ilgher. Sheep, 15,000; steady. • Curb, 90f@ic; calls, 91|@|{-c. Drunken Fight. There was trouble in the neighborhood of McKinley ville again last night. Thomas Dutch, John Rosen- iaum, Charles McCoven and Joe Mc!oven, quarrymen, went to .Ice's uartshop and loaded up. Trouble olio wed, and Dutch's companions iroceeded to "do" him. They Knocked him down, and from the ap- iearance of his face, must have walked upon it. Some one called the iollce and the entire push was committed to jail. This morning Dutch iald a fine fur getting druck, then filed a complaint against Rosenbaum nd the McCovens, charging them with assault and battery.. They were found guilty. The McCovens aid their fine and Rosenbaum was ecommittsd. Quart Shops. The supreme court has ruled tha uart shops are amenable to the pro isions of the Nicholson law the same s any other place where liquors are old. Proprietors of such place s have egarded themselves as unameanable o laws controlling the retailing o quor on the ground that they were perated only under government censes. The supreme court de des that such places must remove heir screens at unlawful hours and annot sell liquor at any time inter- icted by the statutes of the state. 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. Can THE. TAILOR Suit You in Style and Prices. ite Snow Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR, CHICAGO. 1893 Her 77th Birthday. Mrs. Sophia Hardt celebrated her th birthday yesterday at her home, No. 130 Osajye street. A large number of Invited guests were present and partook of an elegant dinner prepared for the occasion. Mrs. Hardt was the recipient of many beautiful presents. The guests departed at late hour In the evening wishing the celebrant many happy returns of the day. Hlles Arrested. John Hiles was arrested last night at his home on the Northside and committed to jail. On the 9th of August last Hlles struck Frank Sullivan on the head with a hammer, and the grand jury returned an indictment charging him with assault and battery with intent to commit murder. Engraved Visiting Card*, Per hundred,with plate, $1.50;duplicate orders II—Longwell & Cammings. Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Wagon will call for us a trial. Both 'Phones 110 your work. Give If Jou Want 1o 'be in thelSwim You had better le HOOLEY —Ma.ke Tour— FaU Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit Ton When all others fail. Sotice, G. A. R. Begnlar meeting of the Grand Army tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. Election of officers. Every member s urged to be present.—J. B. Winters, commander. 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. John K. Oarroll, 1222 BROADWAY, The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide yourself with a good Sewing Machine at a very low price. My stock includes all the leading makes. My terms are easy, aad there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine a the house. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSETT Before selecting Christmas Present Or Furniture to adorn Your Home we Desire to call atttention to our handsome and complete line of the very Latest Designs and Novelties in Furniture and Upholstered Qoods consisting of Roman Chairs, Tabbor* etts, Divans, rockers, couches etc. at Low Prices. Cummings & Morgan, Cor 3d & Broadway. City Buildfof.

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