Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 16, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 16, 1897
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JOHN BR/IY'S Holiday Handkerchiefs Is, as usual, the most beautiful shown in ihe city. It ifc 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 Loans. All Hinds Of insur- mnoe and Bonds written In first class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson.319 Pearl St. UDA LftSHRE Physician. Olllco in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets. Professional calls answered promrtly. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work, StyUsh andI well ^fitting clothes m*de Cleaning *nd repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. S.H. GRACE, D.D.S. DENTAL PAKLORS, 316 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plate*. -DENTIST- All the latest liscoveries In medicine and C U Telephone No. S28. on Fourth Htreet. DK. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEETAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. New Undertakers. 308 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KillUn was for many years foreman for CharlfB L. Woll. Telephone old 261, new 317 McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. A SEW HULLS6. Money Orders May Now be Deposited iu Bank. According to a new ruling made by the pDStotSce department, business men, beginning with today, can deposit money orders in bank the same as cash or draft. Heretofore merchants have been in the habit of permitting their money orders to accumulate before presenting them at the postoffle for payment. This has been the cause of some contusion, and the new rule, which goes Into effect today, will be convenient to business men and the postofflce department alike. DAILY FHAEQS THURSDAY, DEC 16, 1897. OITY NRWS Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Perfumes for the holidays—Porter. Grand opening tonight—Bee Hive. Come and see our line of fine plated berry spoons—Taylor. Selling out, and everything must go at Walden's shoe siore. Something new, a, dozen photographs, 50c, Anderson,606 Broadway. Don't forget the Klonike meeting at the county clerk's office tonight. Drilling for oil in the Golden Rule show window; will drill this evening. The celehrated Goodrich holiday slippers and free china at the New Otto. Mrs, Simon Gross has returned from a visit with her father at Huntington. Mrs. Henry Cahl has returned home from a month's visit at Kewanna. Wm. Winters and wife, or Monticello, are in the city for a short visit with friends. Holiday umbrellas, Princes of Wales, Dresden, pearl and natural handles at the Trade Palace, Children's shoes—newest styles, Schotl pencils with every pair— Willey's Cash Shoe store,3d andMkt. Miss Llllle Berry, of Monticello. who has been visiting relatives here for a few days, returned home yesterday. The Elite mandolin club has been engaged to play at the Bee Hive's opening this evening and tomorrow afternoon, William Caldwell, of Washington township, was In the .city today, en route to points in Michigan, where he will visit relatives. Miss Minnie Williams, of Hartford city, who has been visiting friend K and relatives here for a few days, returned home today. The lecture By Rev. H. J. Norrls at the Broadway M. E. church tomorrow evening will be supplemented by a splendid musical programme. A very pleasant masquerade party was glvcin last evening at the home of Colonel and Mrs. Cromer on Melbourne uvenue by the Daughters of Rebekah. Mr. John Gray continues sick of rheumatic fever and stomach trouble. His place at the City National bank is being filled by Vice President Crawford. The f aneral of the late Edward Griffin was held this morning from the St. Vincent de Paul churjh. The members of G. A. R. attended the fuuoral in a body. The directors of the Logansport Mercantile and Manufacturers' association held a meeting last night and considered the proposal of a large industry to remove to Logansport. Charles Smith, the street character who Is afflicted with St. Vitus dance, will be taken to the county infirmary. His actions have become very annoying to people in general. For an old gentleman who 1« a little weik, we have just the .kind of a strong durable cane, not fancy, but neat and good. Make some old friend happy by presenting him with a cane. -Dewenter.the hatter and furnisher. Minnie McConnahay has filed suit for divorce in the Cass circuit court. Plaintiff alleges cruel treatment on the part of her husband, who is a habitual drunkard. The couple was married a year ago last May at Monon. McKENNA NAMED To Succeed Justice Field on the Supreme Bench. Charles J. Dawes to Take the Place of Comptroller of the Corrency. Special to the Pharos. Washington, D. C., Dec. 16—President McKlnley today sent to the senate the name of Joseph McKenna, of California, to be associate justice of the supreme court to succeed Stephen J. Field, resigned, and Charles G-. Dawes, of Illinois, to be comptroller of the currency. The Treaty Signed. Athens, Greece, Dec., 16—Treaty of peace between Turkey and Greece was signed by King George today and forwarded to Constantinople. The Man Identified. The remains of the man who was killed in the Panhandle wreck T ues- day evening, near Boone station, were Identified this afternoon as being Wm. Seybold, of Noble township. He leaves a wife and two children. He was the son of Henry Seybold and worked for his father on the farm. Deceased was a brother °f Mrs. Line Pilling, of this city. WILTON Li.CKl¥E In "The Royal Secret" at the Opera House Tonight. "The Royal Secret," with the title of a new romantic comedy, which Wilton Lackaye will present at the opera house this Thursday evening, is a costumed play of strong dramatic Interest, exciting In its climaxes and picturesque In its surroundings. Incidents In the reign of Louis XIV. (have been drawn upon for dramatic coloring, and it can be inferred from these suggestions that love, intrigue and diplomacy play important parts in the development of the story. Mr. Lackaye has given this play effective stage settings. His company will be strong, the leading members being Henry Bagge, W. T. Melville, Alexander Kearney, C. J. Burbrldge, Gertrude Gheen, Alice Evans and Britta Griffin. St. Bridget's Council. The following members of St. Bridget's Council, C. B L., were elected as officers last evening: Chaplain—Rev. B. Kroeger. President—James Conway. Vice President—Daniel Maboney. Secretary—Peter J. Schrader. Orator—John H. Kramer. Chancellor—John E. Regan. Treasurer—Patrick Mahoney. Marshal—James E. Conway. Guard—George Mabry. Trustees—A. F. Murphy, Thomas Conway and T, J. McUarty. Officers Chosen. At a meeting of the Clerks' union, held, last evening, the following officers were elected: Pres.—Fred Davis. Vice Pres.—E. J. Vance. gec'y.—Ed Cunningham. Treas.—J. J. Stewart. Trustees—M. E. Nethercutt, John Burns and Barney Hoffman. Wanted—capable lady or gentleman. Salary $50 per month and commission. Knowlton, Pharos office. See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers SHOE STORE. 51ff 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 PRICE. Third and Market Sts. CHICAGO MARKETS Received Dally by W. W. Mllner, at 9. A. R. Building. Chicago, Dec. 16, 1897. Wheat — For Dec. opened. 9SJc; high, Jl.OOic; low, 98ic;closed,$1.00*c. Wneat — May, opened 91i@91|c closed, 92i@92Jc. Corn — For May, opened, 29@29Jc; high, 29}c; low, 2S3@2Sic; closed, Oacs — May 'opened, 22ic: high, 22*@22fc;iow, 22frc; closed, 22i@22|e. Pork— Opened, $3.52; high, $8.60; low, 88.45; closed, 88 60. Hogs — Opened shade strong; closed steady, 5c higher; receipts 23,000; estimated for tomorrow 28,000; mixed, 83.35@3.50; heavy, »3.35@ 13.47; rough, J3.20@$3.30; light I3.30@i3 49. Curb, 92|c; puts, 91iH l c; calls, 93- 92i-93c. Auotuer Oil Company. Another oil and gas company was organized this week, known as the Golden Kule Oil and Gas company. They commenced drilling this morning at 9 o'clock aoJ will continue drilling until oil is struck. The well Is located in the show window of the Golden Kule. Cold Wave Coming. Fair tonight and Friday; cold wave this afternoon or tonight. Call and be convinced that you can save money by b uying at Willey's Cash Shoe store, 3d and Market Sts. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN OJS T E ANOTHER we manage to turn out the beat fitting, exquisitely finUaed and; distingue suits of clothing to be M»» In Logansport. We take palm to select the latest and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suit* in soft finished worsteds, chevlott, tweeds, cassimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoati, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTIEL. JOHN SON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. BITTER TASTE. It Aids In the Detection of Unwholesome Food. Daniel Webster in the famous White trial in Salem, Mass., years ago declared that "murder -will out." This maxim has been fcund applicable to many other things beside murder. Housewives know it to be true when there is alum in baking powder. A. bitterness ID the breed at once betrays the alum's presence. It can't conceal its true nature. The alum bitterness "will out," and because it will, physicians, who understand the harmful effect of alum on the system : are at a loss to know why people continue to buy baking powders containing it. All baking rjowds sold for 25 cents a pound and less contain alum. There is surely ni economy in using these cheap powders. For a pure cream of tartar powder, as Dr. Price's was shown to be at the World's Fair, goes so much farther and gives so much better results, there is no doubb of its being more economical In the long run. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Lodges of sectloamen are being or. gaofzed In Indiana and Ohio, Panhandle officials report freight and passenger business booming. Holiday travel has begun on the railroads centering in this city and bids fair to be the largest In many years. Mrs. D, E. Pryor and daughter, Miss Mabel, have gone to Las Vegas, New Mexico, for the benefit of the latter's health. Chief Train Dispatcher Tousley, of the Panhandle, returned today from a tuur of inspection of the telegraph offices on the Chicago division. Judge Brownlee today pronounced judgment in favor of Forgy in the Harvey land litigation, thus giving Forgy possession of the big farm. The court then granted a new trial upon motion of the defendant, Rarvey, as required under the statutes. Established 1867. Incorporated 1894 The following persona •>» employed by- Hall's Business College: TEACHING rOBCE. C. F. Moore, superintendent. B F. Hart, Actual Business and Mathematics. Warren Hall. Theoretical Bookkeeping and Commercial Lav. Andrew Frederick, Penmanship. Clarence MoLaughlin, SBOrthand and Type- writtinjr. 0. P. Gibson, Instructor Peru Branch" BUSIIHISS MANAGEMENT. C. F. Moore, General Manager. F. Stossmeister. Business manager. B. M. Ogborn, Collector. Jessie Herring, Stenographer. Seven of our Students have taken poiitiODB recently. If you want to aejure a position attend Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 6th. St«., Logangport, Ind. Address Resolutions of Respect. At a recent meeting of the board of managers of the Home for the Friendless, the following resolutions of condolence on the death of Solomom Wise were adopted: Be It Resolved, That the Logansport Home for the Friendless has met with a loss which it can ill afford, and which brings great regret and sorrow to all those interested in thejhome by the death of our esteemed fellow-citizen, Solomon Wise, of Loganeport, Indiana, for many years a member of the board of' trustees, and a sincere, earnest and helpful friend of the kogansport Home for the Friendless. Resolved, That the board of managers and trustees of the Home for the Friendless hereby express sorrow for tbe decease of Mr. Wise' and Its heartfelt sympathy for bis family and kindred in the irreparable loss which has befallen them. Kesolved. That this resolution be spread at length upon the records of the association, and that the secretary of the board be directed to transmit a cop/ thereof to the family of Mr.. Wise as an evidence of the respect and esteem in which he was held by this association, as well as the entire community in which he lived. B. C. D. KEED, MBS. JOHN TBOTJTKAN, Committee. 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 tion the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: ; i Pictures, Easels, Screens. Tatootirettes, Statuaries, Kace 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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