Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 23, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 23, 1897
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JOHN ERJffS Holiday Handkerchiefs Is/as usual, the mo.-t beautiful shown in the city. It i« only necessary for us to announce our annual holiday "hdkt" sale, as you know from experience our's is the place to buy. A. S. Everett, A. M ,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia »nd the rational treatment of Chronic -Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. - Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, 6158, fireenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. lniurM.ee and Lonns. All kinds of Insur- «•<» «nU Bond, written in first oltuw oom- 9«ntoi. Money to loan « per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. INSURANCE Of all kinds Written by GEO. GQNSER. LIDA LMRE Physician, Office in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. E.H. GRACE, P.D.S. DENTAL PABLORS, S16 Market Street. New Aluminite Rubber Plates. Logansport Messenger Service. H. A MOORE DBS put upon the street 9 a -£cel delivery wayon and refyeotfully flol hit* the public palronajte Parcels and ,"f "r- Srsyage promptly delivered voany partol tb.e •tty. Leave orders at Eel River Livery Barn, •M Phone No 88 New No 91 Kara Undertakers. 308 Market street, Hoppe Building-. Daniel Killian & Co. CfcUf promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KllUan was for many years ™J eI "»" ""I CharltB L. Woll. Telephone old 261, now sn HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made. Cleaning and repair- Ing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. MADAME BUDDHA, The Clairvoyont ASTy™ ai w and is ready to give Consultation on all mat- Sri of 1'fo The Madame can be found at 414 North street^ near Masonic Temple. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DECTAL PALLORS Orer Porter's New Drug Store. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Dr R. S- Hunt, -DENTIST- All tk« latest liecoverles In medicine and C U Telephone No. 3SS, s On Fourth «««. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House, Important Legal Action. The case of the state against Jas. S. Wilson was reopened in the Circuit court this afternoon by a motion of his attorney, D. B. Mc- Coonell, to correct the records so that it will be shown that the cane was dismissed. The records already shew that the case was dropped from the docket. The motion Is opposed by Prosecutor Klstler, A. G. Jenklnes and M. F. Mahoney, on the ground that "the warrant issued on the indictment was never served. Wilson was uled and acquitted of a similar charge. The complaining witness is James Mummey, who alleges that while in the grain business here Wilson embezzled tl,200 from him (Mummey), that sum representing the value of wheat stored at Wilson's warehouse. Wilbon resides at B/cbrnond, Va., and Is employed as a car tracer of the C. & O. railroad. He is threatened with arrest. DAILY FHAKOS THURSDAY. DEC 23, 1897. OITY JJRW8 Xmas oysters, Rothermel, Friday. Call at Qulgley's and get acquainted with the Yellow Kid. The drill in the Adamsboro oil well reached trenton rock lasi night at 95S feet. William. A. Brewer, the Panhandle passenger brateman. is the proud lather of a brand new son. John Laraway, a student at the Ohio medical college, Cincinnati, is In the city to spend the holidays. "Story & Clark," Newman Bros- and "Waterloo" organs, in many beautiful style*, at J. C. Bridge's, at lowest prices and easy payments. Mr, and Mrs. William Green, of Sycamore street, will leave for Frankfort tomorrow to spend the holidays with relatives, previous to their departure forKlondyke. Judge Chaae will rule Monday, Jan. 3d, on the cas« of H. Wller & Co. against A. 0. Barnett aod wife to Hi aside the transfer of the Barnett hotel property. WHO ARE THEY? The Names of Doe and Roe of Too Common Use. There is something wrong with the police regulations when offenders are permitted to repeatedly borrow the names of Doe and Roe 'to hide their identity and to keep their misdeeds from the public. There were four arrests last night; two men for assccUtlcg and two women upon the charge of prostitution. The slate this morning bore the names of John Doe, Richard Roe, Jennie Doe and Jennie Roe, also that the offenders would call and settle. They had not called up to noon today, and as the members of the day force are not acquainted with ;the entire Doe and Roe family, they are compelled to await the appearance at headquarters this evening of the officers who made the arrest. Whenever obtainable, the oorrectjnames of offenders should be placed on the slate. CHICAGO MARKETS Receired Dally by W. W. Mlliier, at H. A. R. Building. Chicago, Dec. 23, 1887. \iyh ea tp—For Dec. opened. 93ic; high, 99Jc; low, 98c; closed, 99c, Wheat—May, opened 93|c; closed, 93jc. Corn—For May, opened, 29J@£c; high, 29|c; low, 29fc; closed, 29$c, Oats—May opened, 22Jc: high, 23Jc; low, 22J@Jc; closed, 23Jc. Pork—Opened, 18. 87; high, 89.00; low, 18.87; closed, 18 97. Hogs—Market opened 5 cents lower and closed steady. Re celpts of nogs. 48,000; estimated tomorrow, 35,000. Mixed, »3,32@3,47; heavy, I3.30@»3 45; rough, »3.2o@ 3 30; light, $3.30®«3.47. Receipts of cattle, 7,000: sheep, 10,000. Curb, 94-93fc; puts, 92}-fc: calls, 94J-H-C. _______ RAILROAD BREVITIES. Short Hems of Interest Gathered From Many Sources. Superintendent Harry Miller, of the Vandalla, has lately come into a share in a large estate at Richmond by the death of a relative. The citizens of Andrews have appointed a committee to v islt General Manager Ramsey, of the Wabash, to see if he cannot be induced to stop the transferring of more men from that point to Peru, as it bids fair, if continued, to depopulate the town. The last few days have been most trying on the railroad men,especially the brakemen. The Icy condition of the cars has made their vocatl on ful of danger, and to venture out on top Of the cars while tbe train was in motion was taking their life ia their hands. VanSteenburg- Wright. A beautiful wedding occurred last evening at 8:30 o'clock, when Alfred W. VaoSteenberg, of Spear street, and Miss Edna May Wright, -daughter of County Recorder Wright were united in holy matrimony by Rev. W. S. Stewart, pastor of Market SD.M. E. ohurch. They were married In their new and elegantly furnished home, 2120 Worth street. Tne sacred nuptial vows were solemoized in the presence of a large company of rriends from Hammond, Logansport, Peru and Bunker Hill. The groom was dressed in the conventional black and the bride in organdie white. An excellent sapper was ^served ID a pleasing mauner. The guests expressed the high esteem ID which the bridal couple is held, by leaving a large collection of well selected wedding presents. At the home of Mr. Wickiup, a mtze and a half south of the city, last night occurred the ma rriage of Miss Mary B. Fox, of Logansport, to Wlllard N. Ward, of Pulaskl county. The ceremony was performed by Justice Walters. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Plenty of turkeys—^McCaffrey. Bankrupt shoe sale ati Walden's. Xmas fruit cake 25clb, Delicatessen S. B. Boyer continues quite ill of catarrhal neuralgia. Hand mirror, hair brushes, etc. at Johnston's drug store. All kinds of handkerchiefs—linen and silk at Will Murdoch's. Celery, lettuce.new peas,wax beans, parsley, cauliflower.—Rothermel. For Xmas, dressed turkeys, geese, jack rabbits, oysters, fish.—Bert Ray. We make a specialty of fine bon bons jn handsome boxes at Quigley's. The Wabash river was frozen over last night for the first time this winter. Abe Peters, jr., who has been visiting here, left today for his home at Loosecreek, Mo,, The best piano In tbe market for the money Is the Bush & Gerts, sold only by J. C. Bridge. No wonder the rush at the Trade Palace; 75 sales people busy on account of slaughtering prices. 50 cents on the dollar for celluloid handkerchiefs, gloves and fancy Christmas boxes—Trade Palace. The thermometer stood five above zero this morning. Saturday it was two below, being-the coldest of the winter. You can be tbe hoistest thing In town if you will wear our fleeced lined underwear—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. S. P. Younglove and son Charles, of Walton, were In the city today en- route to Toledo, Ohio to. spend the holidays,with the former's daughter. They will be gone a week. Christmas day will be observed in Logansport by a general suspension of business. Thb banks, city ank county offices, Panhandle shops and railroad freight depots will be closed for the day. The father of W..I'. Pratt died a his home in Louisville, Ky., yesterday . He was the only brother of the late Daniel D. Pratt. See obituary notice from the peri of Judge Baldwin in another column. Judge D. D. Dykeman's horse runaway this morning, completely demolishing bis sleigh. Tbe annimal broke away from a hitching post In front of the judge's office on Fourth street, ran south to Market, thence west across the bridge and was captured near Kenneth quarries. Attorneys S. T. McConnell and D B. McConnell returned yesterday from Columbus, Obio, where they took the deposition of John F, Johnson, to be used In tbe case of tbe State National back against J. T. McNar? and John F. Johnson, to recover $20,000 on nutes be)d by the old bank. We are informed by John R. Fox, general agent of the New York Life Insurance company, that the article on insurance in Tuesday evening's Pharos, stating that an agreement had been signed by the Mutual Life of New York, the New York Life and the Equitable, advancing rates on January 1st, is erroneous as to the New York Life. The latter company will make no advance whatever. The programme rendered at the High school yesterday afternoon by the senior class was the most elaborate of any of the school entertainments. The participants were: Misses Stanley, Martin, Seybold,Hawkins, Alexander, Flanigan, Bover, Sumption, Overshiner, Stevens, Reeves, Burnett, Dalzell, Toby and Stewart, and Messrs. Barnes, Johnson, Powell and Rowe. Prof. Eicn- norn rendered a vocal solo. DEMOCRATIC MASS CONTENTION. Will be Held at North Court Room in City of Logansport, on January Sth. The Democratic voters' of Cass county are hereby notified to meet at tbe north court room in the city of Logansporfc, on Saturday, January Stb, 1898. at 1 o,clockp. m.,ln mass convention to choose delegates to the Eleventh district convention, to be held at Peru, on January llth. l/nder the ratio of apportionment Cass county is entitled to a representation of 24 delegates in the Peru convention . BENJ. F'. LOXTTHAIS, Chairman Dem. Gen. Com. M. A. LITTLE, Secretary. Better World BuHdint. We are not. groping entirely in the dart. Those who have worked on tbe great problems of life have shed light npon the pathway of onr thinking, and therefore to some extent \ve do see. In this better world building the first thing to recognize is diat every man has a part in the business. There is no pse in sighing for a better world or day dreaming about the good time to come. Small results mil be secured by that disposition which sets the responabilily of the matter upon other shoulders. Every man has his full share. to perform. Until this is definitely understood -vre shall not get on very iast When it is fairly recognized, we shall secure progress. — Dr. .S. H. Roblin, A Grand Holiday Clearing Sale. -AT THE— Golden Rule. We Will Sell any of Our Holiday Novelties at Almost any Price. We will enumerate a few of our many specials: 500 dress patterns displayed on one counter, some are imported novelties, in black and colors, others are domestic made; we have them here from 987 to 14.50 pattern. They all are worth much more. Dolls! Dolls!! We want to close out our doll stock. We are offering some pretty dressed dolls lor lOc and up. Handkerchiefs. It's a kcown fact that the Golden Rule has the largest, cheapest and prettiest handkerchief department in the city. Gents' hemstitched handkerchiefs, 5 cents. All silk initial handkerchiefs lOc, and many others at equally low prices, Linen Table Sets. Linen table sets, In boies, from 14.50 to 18.50. Marseilles auilts.nice patterns, 98c. Other pretty table linens, with napkins to match, for 69c and up. Holiday Linens. We have a pretty line of holiday linens, such as center pieces, scarfs, lunch cloths, etc.. at very low prices. Pictures and Small Mirrors. We have some very pretty pictares from 25e and up, and mirrors from lOc and up. Cloaks and Collarettes. Big reductions In this department to reduce stock. Not a single garment must be left in this department. You ouy them here tonight and tomorrow at just half regular price; Ready Made Skirts. We have some very nice ready made skirts in wool or silk; also some cheaper. Nice skirts that were»3 35 are now only $1-89 and others equally low price. Rid fi lores. We have the best braods kid gloves that are made, and we will give special prices fortnight and tomorrow Our celebrated Doljas gloves, all shades and sizes, 81. Magglona Francisco. We are sole agents for this glove and it Is the best fitting glove made. Tonight and tomorrow we will offer the Maggiona Francisco for $1.25, Silk Waists. We have some very, fine waists for Christmas in pretty light opera shades, worth «16 to «20, are now from 85 to 87. Chairs and Stools All our fancy chairs go at cost. Stools 50c and 75c. Mackintoshes. Nic'e mackintoshes for very little cost. Umbrellas. Our holiday umbrella department is very large and must be sold if prices wil! do it. Blankets Would make a nice servlcble Christmas present. We have a large line from 39c and up. Don't fail to visit this store, it will be to your interest. The Golden Role . J Fell Down Stairs. Fred Hamilton, the boj who lost one of his legs in a railroad accident in Ohio a year or more ago, fell down stairs at the residence of G«o. Campbell, No. 717 High street this morn- Ing and cut an ugly gash in his chin. The injury was dressed by Dr. F. A. Busjahn. To Mrs. George W. Gregory, of Dunkirk, wert of the city, » »on. Hrs. G.'s huoband left the dtj WT- eral weeks ago and hai not been heard from. She It a daughter of David Plank,' the market gardner. Tapir.and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING iinL ANOTHER I we manage to turn out tbe twtt fit- tlng,eiqul«itely finished and dlatta- gue salts of clotb.n? to be atttn In Logansport, We take -pains to select the lalett and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby smlu In soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, cassimeres, and EoeriUh mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoats, lined with "silk, at prices that can't be matched. Garrl W. Keller. 311 Market St the "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide your-, self with a good Sewing Machine at •a very low price. My stock includes all the leading makes. My term* are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n the bouse. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSHTT Before selecting Christmas Present Or Furniture to adorn Your Home . we Desire to cad attention to our band some and complete line.of the very Latest Designs and Novelties \m Furniture and Upholstered Goods consisting of Roman Chairs, Tabbor- etts, Divans, rockers, couches etc. at Low Prices. Cummings & Morgan, Cor 3d & Broadway. City Buildiig, XMAS HOtlDAY SUPPERS! •PRESENTS- Best Patterns! Best Fabrics! Very Best Styles! We never bad sucb a display before anti that's saying enougb fos tbe shoe trade, we are lieadquartears on slippers. You wf)l rob yourself If you puTchase elsewhere. We bank our,reputation on our good goods at reasonable prices. Call and see us before you buy. .- • AMUSEMENTS. Shoe Stgre, 510 Broadway, T} OLAft'S OPEHA MOUSE. Tuesday, Dec. 28th. Edw. E. Rice's Superb Spectacle "IS IS TO LAUGH" The Girl From Paris t * t MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, GORGEOUS COSTUMES, EXCELLENT CAST, 1 BBAUTTFDL I CHORUS. I 50PBOP&B, BETTER TIMES. * Many Business men want office help. Frequent calls for bookkeepers and • stenographers. Larpe number of , .our students have taken positions .recently • - - - gupinepp College,- It headquarters for office be!p. Business men of our 1 own and of other cities, send to us when in need of book- keeoers or etenoKraphers. If you want to secure a position attend flallV flosiness College. Broadway and 6th Sts. Logansport lB<3. C. F. MOORE. Pres't. » : • »»«>«»»»»»»4-» BEAL ESTATE TKASSFkBb. Reported- for.the Pharos by S«th M. Velser. AA. •tractor. Isaac F. Dawson and wife to Ebbert H."'Allen—E J of ne J of se'i of sec 5, containing 20 acres, in Betble- hem tp; tl, Thomas Barrett and wife to Win. P..Powell—Loi ^2 in Dykeman's 1st add. «1,625. Thomas Dempsey and wife to An- gelirie Godfrey—Lot l in S. A. Ouster's Mad CL $600. Wro.. A. Cotner and wife to John E. Kennedy.—Lot 167 in Westend add. II. Chartot-ta Washburn and Lewis If. Washbnrn to Elias Koon, and wife— Sw i of ne } of sec 19, containing 40 acres. Warranty deed. $2,000. Franklin T. Albright and wife to Alice Albright—WJ sw I of sec 18; also ne i se i of sec 7, containing 100 acres. »3,500. UK,-. Ben Hart, of Kerning ton, mother of John Bauer, the painter, win Tl«tt Logansport tomorrow, «D route to JeflertonTille. 1COO WIGHTS l ATTHE DDKS OF YOKK I THEATEtt.LoDdon 1 300 NIOftTB AT TH1 HERALD PQ0AHB THBAT8R, HEW • YOMK. GREATEST PRODUCTION of Many Seasons—Far Surpassing in Splendor Rice's Past Triumphs "Evangeline"— '•1492"—Excelsior, Jr."—and Lit tie Christopher. You w are sale iu buying JOB* Shoes at WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the'quality ie the BEST ajod yon are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Third and Market Sts. Serrieea will be told at 81 Bridget's church on Ohrtrtmt as follows: Tint man, 6 a. ».; mate, 8 a. m.; last I Tbe choir will r»uMtf a {gramme. ~~*

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