John Gray's CORNER — ON— HOLIDAY HKFS Is, as usual, the most beautiful shown in the city. Ic is only necessary for us to announce our annual holiday "hdki" sale, as you know from experience our's is the place to buy. Insurance and Lo»ii8. All kinda or Insurance and Bonds written In first class com- panlee. Money to loan B per cent. S. M. Closson.319 Pearl St. LI01LEASURE Physician. Office In House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answ< red promrtly. HENRY WEBER, Tbe Merchant Tailor, doesIrst class work. Stylish and well flt- tin# clothes made Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. OAILY PHAROS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1897. E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS ' Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. New Undertakers. _—_—_—_—. — —-^ 303 Market itreet, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. Killian was for many years foreman for Charles L. Woll, Telephone old 261, new S17 Dr Ev- S- Hunt, —DENTIST— All the latest Uscoveries in medicine and appliances to relieve pain in extraction or flll- Kjr of teeth. Modern methods, modern prices, An work guaranteed Office over John Gray's on Fourth utreet. O V Telephone No. 82S. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. Directors Meeting. The directors of the Logansport Mercantile and Manafacturers association are requested to meet at, the office of Jos. T. McNary this (Wednesday) evening for the consideration of important business. B. F. KEESLING, Pres, Store Robbed. Mel Castle's store at the corner of Sycamore street and Linden avenue, was robbed again last night. The thieves-broke open a back door and stole 17 in change that had been left in the money drawer. We have outdone all previous efforts on handkerchiefs, and otir stock shows It. If you want nice hand• kerchiefs, John Gray's is the place. OITY NB.WS Meet me under the aky light. High Tone flour—Eothermel. Electric lamps 19i each at Foley's. Perfumes for the holidays—Porter. Fancy naval oranges 20c dozen.— McCaffrey. Samuel Linn and Cora G. York have been licensed to wed. Sterling silver spoons, the largest line in the city, at Taylor's. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best.—Waldens shoe store. The New Otto put in two extra arc lights to properly show their great holiday exhibit. Miss Sallle Horn, of east Broadway, is suffering from a badly sprained ankle, the result of a fall. Don't make any engagement for tomorrow evening and E'rlday.afternoon -It's the Bee Hive's opening, f For the Christmas trade, special price' on new style photographs, at Anderson's studio, 606 Broadway. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will give a dinner Saturday, Dec. 18th, in the Haney block, 320 Pearl street. Mrs. J. E. Pratt, of 1904 High street, is at Chicago where she was called Co attend the funeral of Mrs. Ed ward Geyer, her brother's wife. Jesse Cox, of Wabasb, is organizing a colony of Dunkards to go to Alabama. The colonies that have gone to Dakota find the climate too cold. John Jordan, of Hammond, is the newly elected major of the divisions of the uniform rank of the Knights of Pythias of Laporte,Michigan City, Hammond and Plymouth. The Princess of Wales umbrellas are going very fast, and is it any wonder! They are so stylish and pretty.—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher, is the place to buy them. Oh! the pleasure of a mackintosh coat this kind of weather. What a luxury it is for a man exposed to the Inclemency of the weather. Buy one of Dewenter, the batter and furnisher, and have the best. Lebanon, Reporter: "Mr. Charles Felker, oVLogansporl. who came to Lebanon last Saturday to see his first grandchild, returned home todav in the very best of humor. He would have gladly taken the little girl home with him to raise, but tbe parents objected." Miss Catherine Buck, a trimmer in Mrs. Maas' millinery establishment at Marion, was arrested for stealing S300 worth Ot goorts from the store. The goods were found in her room and she confessed. Miss Buck was not prosecuted. Her home is at Indianapolis. In the Circuit court at Peru yesterday, John Homer, a Wabash engineer, who was discharged without a hearing in 1S94, brought suit for $6,000 for such discharge. A motion was also made for a review of judgment in the $20,000 blacklist suit of John Young vs. tbe Wabasb, which reinstates the case. In the Circuit courb, to3ay, by agreement, Tilla C, Richards was awarded a judgment for$l,500 against the Panhandle. Her husband, John B. Eichards.a freight braekeman,died at St. Joseph's hospital from In juries sustained while making a coupling at Crown Point. Mrs. R.'s attorneys were McConnell & Jenkines and Lairy & Maboney. Of the judgment $750 was the amount of iusurace carried by the deceased in the Pennsylvania Belief Fund association. PLEADS G0ILTY Or Using e*s Without Permission From Gas Company. »T - Jobu B. Bay tTas Gettinf Gu With- oat Psj Ing for the Slime. John E Ray plead guilty this morning in Justice Fender's court to the charge of having takeu gas from ihe matnes of the Logansport & Waba q h Valley Gas company without obtaining consent from thei company. Section 6637, of the Indiana statutes, reads thus: 1. It is hereby declared to he an- lawful for any persun, in any manner whatever, to change, extend or alter, or to cause to be changed, extended or altered, any service or other pipe or attachment of any kind, connecting or through which natural or artificial gas is furnished Irom the' gas mains or pipes of n ny .person, company or corporation, without first procuring from said person, company or corporation written permission to make such change, extension or al- aiteration * * * (6641) Penalty. 5. Any person violating any provision of this act shall, upon conviction, be fined in any sum not less than five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for such offence. Gas was cut off from Eay's residence last April for non-payment of bills, both, at his residence and saloon. Later, without the consent of the company and unknown to the managers, he is charged with hiving attached to the service pipe, a pipe of bis own construction, removed the cap from the service pipe and supplied himself with gas for a heating stove and a cook stove at his residence. He was fined and the cost of the suit assessed against him. Officers Elected. At the annual electlon'of the Woman's Relief Corps No. 30, held yesterday afternoon at theG. A. E. hall, (the following officers were elected: • President—Mrs. Maria Schlater. Senior Vice—Mrs. Emma Johnson. Junior Vice—Mrs. Minnie Buchanan. Chaplain—Mrs. Martha Thompson. Treasurer—Mrs. Emma Trick. Conductor—Mrs. Carrie Stukey. Guard—Mrs. Mary Harris. The secretary and standing committees of the corps will be named by the president at the first, meeting in January. The corps Is in a flourishing condition and it has aided materially in relieving many cases of destitution. The members go about their work quietly and unostentatiously and have accomplished mucn good. _ Klondike Meeting. All who are interested in Alas ka gold,. come to the county .clerk's office on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock sharp and hear the matter thoroughly discussed. All who will take stock in a good prospecs are invited. No scheme to beat anyone or to buy or sell, Out a sure thing to develop a claim already located in the vicinity of the Bald Eagle mine. Music and Flowers Will greet the patrons or the Bee Hive's grand opening tomorrow (Thursday) evening. Doors open at 7:30 p. m. The display of handkerchiefs at John Gray's "beats all." They are showing the daintest, line on the market and are selling them at right prices. See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers. SHOE STORE. 510 Broadway, Logsnsport, Ind. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN Of E THING ind ANOTHER we manage to turn out the bett fit* ting,exquisitely finished and distln- gue suite of clothing to be Men in Logansport, W« take paloi to select the latest and handsomest fabrics for your seleottotfT Just now we are making nobby sulU In soft finished worsted*, Cheviot*, tweeds, cassimeres, and EonjIUh mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at, prices that can't be matched, Carl W. Keller. 311 Market St Ton are safe in buying yonr Shoes at WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICE. Third and Market Sts. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Eight-day cathedral gong, hand- painted china clock, 16.50.—Taylor. County Commissioner Woodhouse was called home today on account of the illness of his wile. Grand opening at the Bee Hive tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 7:30. and Friday afternoon. In your estimation one of our fine' umbrellas will be greatly raised when you open it—Dswenter, the hatter and furnisher. In informal musical was given last evening by Mrs. J. T. McNary for Mrs. Herbert Blanchard of Boston, Mrs. Blanchard was formerly Mrs. Maud Barnett of this city. All members of the local G. A . R Post and all ex soldiers are requested to meet at the G. A. R. hall at S o'clock tomorrow morning for the purpose of attending the fun eral o the late Edward Gaffln. A combination sett! Do you know what that means? It is an umbrella and a cane (handles to match) and strapped together, makes a very desirable present to a young man—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. The recommendation of the horticultural society that forest trees be planted along the public highways calls fortb the suggestion from a citizen that fruit bearing trees such as chestnut, chincopin, hickory walnut and persimmon, be used. The funeral of the late Edward Griffin will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Vincent de Paul's church. The members of the G. A. R. Post will attend the funeral in a body. The funeral cortege will leave the house at 8; 15 Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTIEL. JOHNSON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. THE OTHER SIDE the Of the Case of Schlndler Against Red Mens' Fraternal Accident Association. Editors Pharos—Some days since I read in yonr valuable paper that one Mr. Schindler, of New Albany, Ind., had a receiver appointed for the Red Mens' Fraternal Accident association of Westfield, Mass, in answer, I will say, all disputed claims are first settled by arbitration,and the association can and will pay all honest claims. ' But this appears to the association to be an unjust claim and the association refers the brothers to all claims that have been paid heretofore as to the honesty and prompt payment. This Mr. Schindler did not expect to collect tnls claim or he "Wbuld have taken a different course. But his Intentions were to annoy the association and cause trouble and give it a bad name, and very probably he has a deeper motive than the collection of this claim by pushing the same in this manner, as no doubt he can secure a larger cash return by this method. The appointment of a receiver cuts no. figure with the associatioB, as this has been proceeded with. If he expected at all to collect this claim he certainly would have sent the same to the state of Massachusetts for collection. The association is betr.er able to •pay claims at the present time than ever before, and shall not take any notice of his action at present, but will simply keep on doing business at the same old stand at WestSeld, Mass., and will pay all honest claims. No brother need fear but what every honest claim will be paid in full. SCOTT E. PKICE, general agent, [Journal please coppy.] Clerks' Onion. The members of the Clerks' will meet this evening In the court room. union north The Wabash today put a number of painters out on the road to change the number of engines. The work will occupy a week at least. Incorporated 1894 Tbe following persons are employed by Kall'e Business College: TEACHING FOHCI. C. F. Moore, superintendent. B F. Bare. Actual Business and Mathematics. Warren Ball, Theoretical Bookkeeping and Commercial Law. Andrew Frederick, Penmanship. CJarence Mclaughlin, Shorthand and Type- writtinfr. 0. P. Gibson, Instructor Peru Branch' BUSINESS XANAGK1TKNT. C. F. Mcwe, Genera] .Manager. K. StoBsmelsier. Business manager. B. M. Ogborn, Collector. Jessie B erring. Stenographer. Seven of our Students have taken positions recently. Ifrouwancto seauro a petition attend Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 8th. fits., Logansport, Ind. Address Officers Elected. At the A. O. H. meeting last evening the following persons were elected as officers for the ensuing year: Spiritual Director—Bey. Bernard Kroeger. C. President—M. C. Wade. President—Edward Gormley. Vice President—John P. Daley. Recording Secretary—Patrick Mahoney. Financial Secretary—Jahn W. Holland. Treasurer—David M. Lortus. Marshal—James Mo;an. Guard—Richard Hazel. The Royal Center case of James Bisher, by hig next friend, Albert Bisher, against Sophronia Tickers for 11,000 damages for an alleged malicious prosecution, on trial in the Circuit court yesterday before Judge- Chase and a jury, reiulted in «victory for the defendant. ' . Lost, a Pocketbook, On December 6,1897. between my f&irm, four miles north of Ida.vlLle, and Logausport, containing 849 and many valuable papers, includ, Ing-account*. I will give a reward of f7$ for return of pocketbook witi contents. Thoto papers are invaluable to me. The owner'* name appears on the papers a« Carey A. Will' . iamg, bat I am better known DS Lon Wffliami This difference has probably confused the finder. Hawflrd will be promptly paid. Bond [ any information to C Indiana. IN HOLIDAY ATTIRE * We invite you to participate in the good things we have prepared for the Holiday Season. With a display large at all times, we have made unusual efforts for this season and present a marvelous collection of dainty and attractive articles suitable for the Holiday Season. We submit for your inspec lion the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: Pictures* Easels, Screens, Tafoourettes, Statuaries, Lxace Curtains, Portieres, Rugs, Iron Beds> Down Quilts- ; Every person who enjoys beautiful things, as well as purchasers, are cordially invited. A Glance at our Window is Sufficient. H. WILER & Co. "Promoters of Original Ideas." Corner Fourth and Broadway.
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