John Gray's CORNER ON OLOAKS. We have not bought out any manufacturer, and we ar^ not overstocked, but we have correct goods bought right, and for cash, and we can, and do sell them cheaper than any other house in the city. Come in and be Convinced. town.- DAILY FHABOS TUESDAY. DEC It. 1897. GITY 1SLRWS Corn crisps have come to town. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Neat lire of Holiday goods—Porter. Brin Council, C. B. L., will meet tOni£ruu- i? ur jeuii) uuuac uu uu^ w«~«* «Dolls by the hundreds at the g ycamore an( j otrtowa streets—T. A. McGovern. Hiss Elsie Third street until his removal to Chicago. Corn crisps have come to Qulgley. The Murray & Mack company went from here to Lafayette. Mrs S. D. Graffiin, of Tipton, is visiting old friends in the city. Open evenings until Christmas for holiday trade.—Ferguson £ Jenks. For rent, house on the corner of in the Golden Kule. The finest onyx top tables city at Taylor's. See corn crisps made in Qaigley's window tomorrow. See those pearl handle umbrellas, $1.98—Trade Palace. A. S.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,, 0108, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. LIOHMRE Physician. Omce in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answuvd promrtly. FURNITURE, New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W. F, Campbell'* Old Ht»nH E. H, GRACE, D. D, S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Alumlnite Rubber Plates. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter'o New Drug Store, Comer of Fourth and Market Streets. Kera- Undertakers. 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Dr- Ex- S- Hunt, —DENTIST— Melton Meredith, of Wabash, is registered at the Johnston. Best line of holiday jBiODds in the city at the Logansport Wall PaperCo. Get your dolls, chlnaware, novelty boxes for Christmas.—Trade Palace. Eastend Pleasure club dance, Friday evening, at Dolan & McHale's hall. Mr, Charles Briggs has returned from a visit with relatives in White county. The New Otto sells the celebrated 9So ladles' dress shoes for 75c while they last. Ladles', misses' and children's mackintoshes ror holidays at the Trade Palace. Wanted—Gentleman or lady as local representative. Guaranteed salary. Address C. M, K., general delivery. The usual holiday slipper display at the New Otto at reduced prices, especially on ladies fur trimmed novelties. The "Boy Wanted" company, en route from Crawfordsvllle to Kokomo, took dinner today at the Johnston, They play here in February. County Treasurer Cash yesterday forwarded to Wioslow, Lanier & Co., of New York, $6,000 to pay matured Interest and bonds past due. Tbe inmates of Longcllff hospital for the insane will be given tbelr usual good time at Christmas There will be an entertainment given In the assembly hail. Homer Mitchell, the boy who plead guilty to the charge of stealing copper wire from the street railway, was taken to the Pliinfield reform school t'jday by Sheriff Homburg, The agricultural department at Wasnington reports that the special investigation of the wheat crop shows that t'ne yield in the United States the present year was about 530 000.000 bushels. Nearly two hundred .cases of measles -are reported at Letter's ar .d Ford, in Fulton county, the disease ..v.. • flii-) been introduced by a school teacher. .modern prices, A ^^ meetlng alde d In giving See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers. e U Telephone No. 32S. on Fourtfc utroet. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. The clapper of the court house bell at Lafayette broke and fell Sunday morning, crashing into the ground ioor, The piece of iron weighs more tnan one hundred pounds, and had it not been deflected by striking the edge 'of the bell, would have gone tumbling into the court room, where many people were congregated. Miss Myrtle Kesllng, orthe Westside, has accepted a position at the Talr during the holidays. the contigion wide circulation The Wabash pay car will be here several days earlier this montti, owing to the approach of Christmas. Usually the car does not reach Logansport until the 29th or 30th. but it will arrive this mouth on the 21st or 22d. Tbe remains of the late Levl Hansel, deceased, arrived from Chicago at 12:30 this afternoon and were met by the members of Wabash lodge, Knights of Honor, who accompanied the body to the Baptist church . After appropriate religious services, the remains were taken to Mt. Hope cemetery and interred. The deceased carried tl.OOO life Insurance in the Knights of Honor. He formerly worked In the Panhandle shops and was the son-in-law of Mr. Close, who operated a boarding nouse on Gibbons, of Lafayette, is in the city, the guest of friends on the Soutbslde. Miss Susie Robinson, of 1100 North street, is entertaining Wm, G. Baker, of Boonevllle, Ind. Clifford Bussey, of Peru, Is in tbe city organizing a lodge of the Knights and Ladies of Columbia. Au increase of pension, from $6 to $8 per month, has been granted to Andrew C. Garrett, of Galveston. The retail stores of the city are all trimmed up for the holiday season. Some of tbe displays are finer than in any past yeRr. Miss Huttie McCune, of 112 Eel River avenue, has accepted a position at Graves' music store during the holiday season. George and J. M. Barnhart, of Chicago, who were called here by the illness of their mother, returned home this morning. Miss Lulu Beiderwolf, of Monticello, spent Sunday with her brother, Rev. W. C. Beiderwolf, of the Broadway Presbyterian church. W. H. H. Smith, the newspaper man, formerly of this city, now located at Indianapolis, lectured at Richmond,Saturday night, on" Indiana." Mrs. J, E. Irwin will entertain at home on Burlington avenue this evening, in honor of Miss Mayme Mullen, who will return Thursday to her home at Chicago. The late county treasurer of Elkhart county, Mr. Holdeman, has been found short 132,654 by an expert accountant. He Is a fugitive and ais whereabouts are unknown. See tbe Trade Palace for bargains in gents' ties, suspenders, muslin and outing night robes, gloves,umbrellas, outside shirts, 100 dozen just opened, at such priees you never heard of. See the cut prices on underwear.— Will Reed manager. Laura, the 7-months-oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burrows Shideler, died yesterday afternoon at the family residence, near Lucerne, of lung fever. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the Baptist cburch at Lucerne. In the American Wire Nail Co.'s suit against the State National bank the jury this morning returned a verdict in favor of the defendant. Nel- soa & Myers were the attorneys for the defendant, and McConnell & Jenklnes, Lairy & Mahoney and M. Wlnfield for the plaintiff. A warrant was issued by Justice Fender yesterday for the arrest of Harry Stanley, of Adamsboro, upon the charge of assault and battery with intent to kill Lewis Musselman, of the same place It will be remembered that Stanley attacked Musselman with a knife at a dance at Adamaboro Thanksgiving night. Murray & Mack did not give the satisfaction laat night that they have upon former visits. They have made but little change in their specialty business, and it Is suprisiug that they should expect to do any good with a lot of old cnestnuts. The work of the supporting company was on a par £SHOE STORE. 510 Broadway, Logaosport, Ind. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE TfflNGTtnd ANOTHER we manage to turn out the bwfe lt- tlng,cxqui8itely fintsued »ad distingue suits of clothing to b« teen in Logansport. We take pmln* to select the latest »nd handsomest faorlcs for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suit* in soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, caesimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Carl W. K.eller. 311 Market St stars. The audi with that of the ence was small. Soufl your candle if you'wish it. to burn brightly, Some people never snuff. Not so with us. We never have stood still in our entire business career. Always forward, progressing, perfecting, popularizing. You know that we are the leaders in hats, shirts, ties, gloves, underwear, mufflers, umbrellas and canes,— Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Troublesome Mrs. Tims. Peter B. Titus and his wife, Liliie, are having trouble again, and the former has applied for a divorce. Peter conducts a saloon on Sycamore street. His complaint, which was preferred by Newer & Reeder, says that for five years past Ltllie has been .in the habit of striking bid and calling him bad names; that last evening she ordered his customers to leave and turned out the light; that this morning she at tacked him with her teeth and bit a piece of flesh out of his arm, then pointed a revolver at him. This was too much and he came over and consulted his lawyers. In addition to a divorce he demands the custody of their adopted son, Roy. Tbe Titus were married in 1867, since which time they have had one continuous round of scraps. Officers of Logan Chapter. Logan Chapter No. 2, Masonic, met last night and elected the following officers: High Preist— Cott Barnett. King—Isaac Sbideler. Scribe—S. S.. Helvie. Captain Host—Ed Barnett. Principal Sojourner — Victor Setter. R. A, C.—Max Jennings. Treas. —Henry Tucker. Sec'y.—S. B. .Richardson. Guard—Robert Burklt. Holiday Presents Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTEL JOHNSON Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. DUYER CASTLE OS FIRE. Illinois Miners Return to Work, the Coal Companies Acceding to Tbeir Demands. Special to the Pharos. Dover, England, Dec. 14.—Dover castle is on fire. The officers' quarters are already gutted and the main building involved. The whole garrison Is fighting the flames. The powder magazine is threatened. • M Miners Betorn to Work. Belleville, Ills., Dec 14.—Thirty- five mines of Consolidated and Madison Coal company resumed operations today and 3,000 miners returned to work. The companies acceded to tbe demands of the men Established 1867. Incorporated 189* The following persons »re employed or HaU'6 Business College: TEACHING TORCE. C. F. Moore, superintendent. . B F. Hart, Actual Business and Uauem*- " Warren Hall. Theoretical Bookkeeping and Commercial Law. Andrew m-edfirieic. Penmanship. Clarence MoLaughlin, Shorthand and Type- O P. Gibson, Instructor Peru Branch' BDSIKESS MANAGEMENT. C F Moore, General Manager. F StoEsmeisier, Business manager. B M. Ogrborn. Collector. Jessie Herring;, Stenographer. M -_« Seven of our Students have taken PO«itton» recently. If you want to BOJUIO a position attend. Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 6th. Btg., Ind. Addre 68 SPECIAL SHOE SALE at E. Will Open Tonight. Backman's glass blowers, who arrived yesterday, have been busy ever since getting things In shape for tbelr opening tonight, at 421 Market street, Hanna's old stand. They carry many novelties in glass, among them being a glass steam engine In full operation. Admission is but 15 cents and every visitor receives a present. Volunteers of America. A special gospel service will be conducted at the Volunteers' armory this evening. G-ood music and singing. Captain Murphy will speak. Subject: "Two Funerals." Everybody welcome. Admission free. ded to toe aemauus m uu* u**~ IDPINC agreed to pay the Springfield j ^J^ [gj( JlAUJkP| J scale of 37 cents per too. | For Holiday Trade THE COXTfiiCTOR Anxious to Abandon the Ropers Oil Well—Work Stopped. Work on the Rogers oil well is thought to be at an end. The pipe is either bent or split, at a depth of 415 feet, and the contractor is uaable to eithei draw or drive it. Oa that account he is anxious to abandon the well. He consulted President Jordan of the Logansport company today and the latter issued a call, urging the directors to meet tonight and canvass the situation. The contractors have already lost between »500 and $600 on this, the first of five wells which he has agreed to drill for the Logansport company for $3,000. Directors Meeting. The directors of the Logansport Mercantile ana Manafacturers association are requested to meet at the office of Jos. T. McNary tomorrow (Wednesday) evening for the consideration of important business. B. F. KEESLIKG, i - Every thing New I Fine shoes that will fit you and suit you. See our nobby new styles in bjgh Shoes and Slippers for Christmas trade. 412 BROADWAY, Filling's Old Stand. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Meet me under the sky light. See corn cilaps made in Quigley's window tomorrow. Come and see our French Chin*. plate for 50c at Taylor's. goods Damaged, Over 1300- damage was done to goods of the Shroyer & Uhl Wholer sale Notion company last night 07 the overflow of a bath tab on the third floor. Klondike Meeting. Allinterested in A. F. Stuker's Klondike proposition, are requested , to meet Thursday evening In the President, \office of the county clerk. IN HOLIDAY ATTIRE Tibn the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: Pictures. Easels, Screens. Tabourettes, Statuaries, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Rugs, Iron Beds. Down Quilts- Every person who enjoys joys beautiful things, as well as purchasers, are cordially invited. A Glance at our Window is Sufficient. H. WILER & Co. "Promoters oi Original Ideas." Corner Fourth and Broadway.
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