Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 25, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, December 25, 1897
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JOHN BRAY'S ONf' Holiday Handkerchiefs Is, as usual, the mo-t beautiful shown in ihe city. It is only necessary for us to announce our ?.rmual holiday "hdkf" saie, as you know from experience our's is-the place to buy. Insurance and Lt»08. All kinds ol Insurance »nJ Bondi written In Unit class oom- p«nle*. Xoney to loan 6 per cent. S. M. CIosson,319 Pearl St. INSUBANCE Of all kinds Written by GEO.GONSER. UDA LEISURE Physician. Office In House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets. Professional calls answered promrtly. E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PABLORS, 816 Market Street- New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. WALTER ILLISGWORTH Arrived In the City List Erenins From England. Walter Illin^worth, the celebrated hotel keeper of Batley, England, and family, arrived In Loganaport last evening to spend the holidays with relatives. smell of musk and at the end of two bours returned with a muskrat. A man lost a dog. The bloodhound was Kiven a sniff of the poodle's collar. He started out and wound up at a meat market. He gave a prolonged bowl, seized & bologna sausage and tore away to bis master. SERVICES AT THE CHUHCHES. Logansport Messenger Service. H.A MOORE has out upon the streets a •artel delivery wa«on and respectfully BO1- SiM the pu olio pntronafre Parcels and lijrhr, *»yage promutly delivered to any part of the •Ky. Leave orders at Eel River Livery Barn, •M Phone No Sa New No !H Underta k:e r s . 308 Market etroot, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Call* promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. Killlun was Tor many years foremnn lor f-g L. Well Telephone old 261. no* 81, HENRY WEBER, The Merchant, Tailor, does first class-work, Stylish and well fitting- clothes made. Ciesming and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. Topics to )>e Dlscnssed In tne Pulpits Tomorrow. Nortbside U. B. Church.—Preaching at-2:30'p. m. Rev. G, W. Lambert, pastor. There will be no services at the Universalist church tomorrow. The Southslde Mission Sunday school will meet la the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. The Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 In the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. All are invited. Seventh Day Advenilst church, 51.0 iSjcamore street, O. S. Hadley, pastor.—Preaching Sunday evening. Subject, "The Christian's Birthright." All persons are invited to all the meetings. Broadway M. E. church, Rev E. L. Setnans, pastor—Class meeting at 9; Sunday school at 9:45; Christmas services at 11: Subject, "Toe Coming of the V/iae Men.." Junior league at 3; Epworth league at 6. Eev. Mr. Stone, a returned missionary, will speak In the evening on India and her. people. All are cordially Invited. Market Street M. E. church, Kev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p MADAME BUDDHA, The Clairvoyont and Is ready to sivo Consultation on nil mat- fersof 1 fc. The >t!iriiinir! can be found at 4H Worth street, near Masonic Ternplo. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEDTAL PALLORS Orer Porwr'8 Now Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Dr EL S Hunt, -DENTIST- All the lateet -ilBCOYeriea in medicine and ftDpllnncen to relieve pain in extraction or flll- lu•ol teeth. Modern methods, ipodern prices, AU work truaranteed OBoe over John Gray's on Fourth iitreot. C B Telephone No. 3SS. , McConnelU McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROB SATURDAY. DEC. 25, ISQI. OITY JMB.WS Don't be misled in buying shoes. Go to Walden's. Mrs. H, B. Obapplear, Hollie Lucas ami Daisy Lowry spent tbelr Christ»B,s at Walton. Street Commissioner^Jamison will leaTe today for Memphis, "Teon,, to spend a week's vacation. Herman Schmltt of Danville, 111., is spending Christmas with hib brother, Eg-inhard Schmltt. The banks, grain men and merchants report the most business so far In December In years. Bookman's jrlass blowers will go from here to Kokomo, exhibiting ID the litter place all of next wees. Mr, and Mrs. George H. Moore of Lafayette are guests ot Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Moore of east North street. The bulls and Dears have abandoned the Chicago wheat pit today, but they will make things lively nest week. AlphonsoTownsell, of Hamilton, Ohio, is upending Christmas with his cousin, Mr. McGreavy, of Nelson & Myers office. Tbe annual Christmas collection was taken up this morning at the three Catholic churches for the orphans of the diocese. Huntlngttn Democrat—Mrs. J. C. Stone and children of Logansport ar- rlred in the city today to pass Chrlst- »at with Mr. Stone, the head clerk at Uader's. I m. Morn- Ing subject: "Christmas Invitation." Evening subject: "How can these things be?" Sunday school at 9:30; Junior league, 2 p. m.; Epworth league, devotional, 6 p. m. Tiie public is cordially invited. Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh.—Holy communion, 7 a. ra ; morning service with communion and Christmas address, 10 o'clock. A cordial Invitation Is extended to the Christmas services. Baptist church, Rev. F. M. Huckleberry, pastor.—Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.; Divine services at 11 a. m subject, "Christ's Practical Benevolences." Young people's meeting 6 p. m : subject, "Conquest Meeting.' Divine services 'I p. m.; subject, '•God's Unspeakable Girt." A cor dial invitation is extended to all. Broadway Presbyterian church.— Rev. W. E. BeiderwoK, pastor. Preaching at the usual hours tomorrow. Tbe theme, of the pastor's morning sermon will be "A Message of Peace." Other services of the day as usual. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. English Lutheran church, B. E. Shaner, pastor--Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 11 a. m, and 7 p. m. First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Universalist church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. An invitation extended to everybody. Wheatland Street M. E. church, J. K. Wahs, pastor.—Morning service at 10:45 a. m. Evening service at 7 p. m. Cumberland Presbyterian church, J. W. McDonald, pastor—Services at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. ITEMS. Band dance & McHale's CHRISTMAS TREES. The Sunday School Childrtu Great Fnn Last liight. The children were in evidence at the churches last evening, the attraction beipg the annual Christmas festivities. The Sunday schoo! teachers were amazed to see how rapidly their classes had grown in membership, but they smiled and said Dothing. The children were treated to candy, nuts and other small presents and interesting pro- grammes of music, recitations, etc , entertained the young and o!d alike. Cantatas were rendered at the Baptist, Cumberland Presbyterian and English Lutheraa churches. At the Market street and Wheatland street M. E. churches there were real Santa Clauses, while Christmas trees andChnstmas treats were the order of the hour at the First Presbyterian, Broadway M. E., and Evangelical churches. The entertainment at the Broadway Presbyterian church was the showing of stereoptican views and the distribution of Christmas goodies. A Hoodoo >'nmber Lucky. For once the number 13 is not a hoodoo. Andy Welch, the cheerful grocer held it and captured the set of silverware given away last night by Barnett & Hayes, proprietor of '•The Cupid." Attend the Citizens' this evening; at Dolan hall Wilbur Tomlinson of Chicago will take dinner today with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Tomlinson. Editor Westlake and wife of Marion will eat turkey with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Thornton. Miss Carrie McNitt, who is study ing music at the Ohio Conservatory of Music, at Oberlin, is at home for the holidays. Number 971 drew the 145 Singer sewing machine. Tne lucky number was held by James Price of 1000 Toledo street. While landlord Keller of the Bar aett, made no special effort with his dinner today, it was, as usual, very fine, and the patronage was large. The state authorities are prepar Ing to pay $200,000 on the state debt the first of year, and next year, according to calculations, hope to pay •1,000.000. J. D. Johnston, the genial proprietor of the Johnston Hotel, served his usual elaborate Christmas dinner today, and it was enjoyed by a large number of friends and guests. Rudolph Berndt, foreman at the Panhandle shops, prides himself on the uhrlstmas tree which he made himself. It Is constructed ot wire and Is in the shape of a, pyramid. Miss Miriam McNitt, who will graduate from Lake Forest university next year, came down from Chicago yesterday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mr?. J. D. McNitt. Three cars on an extra Panhandle freight train were derailed at Anoka, at 9:30 tais rooming. The wreck crew was called out and the cars dumped from the track so as to not block traffic. Tbe editor of an exchange says he is a true Christian, an adamantine pillar oftbe church and loves sacred songs, but night after night he hears a man'who owes him three years' subscription sing-leg "Jesus Paid it All," he feels like shedding his Christianity for a few moments to go over with a cluo and give him a receipt in full. "The man who will s"top his sleigh in the middle of the street to allow tb.fi children to pile in for a ride has a heart in him like a town lot," says tbe Plymoutn Independent. "You can bet your botton dollar that such a rnan never has any trouble at home, He is made of the right material, and his reward in the great beyond will be great. But the fellow tbat will kick the folks off because they persist In having a ride, has a 'yellow streak' in his make-up." In the European Movement That Looks to a Partition of Celestial Territory. OABIMT TALKS OF THE MATTEE acd Ed. Thompson Married. Ed J. Thompson, son of Mr. Mrr. C. F. Thompson, of this city, who is in the employ of the Henry Oil Company in West Va , was married, today at St. Clairsvilie, Ohio, to Miss Mary Blair, of that place. Wandrei's Specials. Louie Wandrei, of the Columbian/ restaurant, has the following Christmas specials: Boast turkey, cranberry sauce. Lobsters to order. Blue points and Rockaways on the half-shell. And Conclndes That TTe Do Not Want Any of China Just Novf—American Interests To lite Protected.. However — Foreit^Q Dip!o>mat«i Eaj-er to Find How We Stand —President Proclaims Arranpendent* to Help Cuba's Starving Concentnulos. Washington, Dec. 25.—This country's attitude toward ivhat appears to be an effort on the part of the powers ot Europe to dismember China was the principal topic of discussion at yesterday's meeting-of the cabinet. Allthe cabinet members were present except Secretary A!.ser, who is ill at his home. While no formal action was taken in the absence of specific information as to the intention of the powers ot Europe it was determined, as a member of the cabinet expressed it. "to keep a watchful eye upon the situation as it developed in order that full protection rnay be given to the interests of the United States in China guaranteed by our treaties with that country." Against Our Traditional Policy. No disposition was manifested to par-- ticipate in an extension of territory at the expense or China. Sucn a disposition would be contrary to the hitherto expressed and well-understood policy of this government and is not contemplated by the administration. It \vas determined, however, to protect carefully all interests and privileges which the United States now enjoys in China. Incidentally the question of American relief to sufferers in Cuba arose, but in the absence of official information from th'? Spanish government which had been expected, but had not been received, no action of importance was taken. Kurope Would Knovr Our Position. The cabinet understanding as to the sittitude of the United States in the Chinese question promises to have a material influence on the development of the eastern situation. The diplomats stationed here have eagerly awaited some intimation as to the purposes of this government, and the foreign press, notably at London. Berlin and Vienna have echoed the sentiments at thosa courts that if the United States entered the Held, either singly or collectively with Great Britain and Japan, it would prove a material factor in the Chinese questkjn. China Seems to Have Had Hopes. The jrenera.1 understanding- reached yesterday doubtless will be made known to such foreign representatives as desire to sound this government. and the in- forhation in turn win reach the for- ig-n oflices at London, Berlin, St. Petersburg and elsewhere. It will be a disappointment to some extent toChina, which has looked to the United States as the nation occupying a disinterested position permitting: it to exert a strvinsr ntluenc-e in staying the dismemberment if the empire. China has made no ad- vanc'''S to this government, however, but has occupied a passive attitude. The views expressed at the cabinet put ar^ end to any possibility of an Anylo- Ameriean-Japanest- alliance, such as the foreign cables have suggested. HELP roil STARVING CCBAXS. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN OXE THING ratf AVOTHER we manage to turn out the best fit* ting.exqulsitely finished tod distingue suits of clothing- to be seen In Logansport, We take paloi to select the latest *nd handsomest faorics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suite in soil finished worsteds, choTiota, tweeds, caesimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoiU, 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. JOHNSON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. railmad HIJ ;o U.' Blo*dlioQDdg a Fad. This use of bloodhounds for running down criminals is becoming quite a fad jcist now. A story is told of i bloodhound which wu first given a Cold Feet. Are not known if you use a heater sold by Henry Tucker. ABBREVIATE TELEGRAMS. Billiardist Ives will go to Europe to Play. Topeka. has a new ordinance prohibiting- the peanut rnasier whistle. It is asserted that Kmp.-ror Nicholas vill visit the Paris oxpns:tii::i of iX-.i. Tom Paine's old farm near Xew if.o- chelle, X. Y.. is to be turned int" :i cemetery. Byron W. Chase, of Chicago, wr>_s illed on the Pennsylvania iarrison, X. J. Christraas dim-T was so persons by th>_- Volunteers of Am-Tira n their new shelter a; Chirnsi.-. Ex-Governor Ait-T-ii:. 'if Iii:ri^;s, has arrived at ?an Frar.iisco. a«-'miianu-d by his wiiV and two cr ilirr--,- frlt-v.us. The Ferry sireer rar h'>u*- ut' thv Vi'est Bnd Strri-t railway ai Rcsion was destroyed by fire, together with nin--iy electric cars. Thomas Fowier. assistant engineer, and Max Grim were killed by a succession of explosions in acetylene works at Jersey City. Several others •were more or less injured. New Tork custom house authorities propose to put a ban on kissing between incoming tourists and their waiting friends because it delays the work of the inspectors. The remains of Miss Herbert, daughter of the. ex-secretary of the navy, who committed suicide at Washington, were yesterday interred at her old horns, Montgomery, Ala. A special election was held at Jacksonville, Ills., to vote on the question of a SC-cent tax on the HOC for purchasing- and keeping & public park. vat d»f ««t«< Anything Contributed Will Go into the Isl- uml t're« ol" Cnstums Dues. Washington, Dec. -.".—The president has issued a proclamation announcing that in deference to the earnest desire of the gMVFi'nmert to contribute by effective arrii'n iuv.ard [he relief of the le in the island of Cuba have been perfected by '':• •.•"•'•>!: :'.ir.t inns in mon- ind run be sent to the e benevolently disposed nitcil States, ilor.ey, ':.c. medicines and oth- fi rwarded to General ns-.;;l general of the the -L- I' r-!iHh:' can In...v. th'- suffering pi-ii] arransenients which rf.nr'.f. ey or ninin'y island by people of i provisions. er articles Fitzhush I United Suiti-s ni Havana, and all articles now flutiab',.- bv l?.\v. so cnnsiirnet-1. will be admitted I;H" Cuba free of duty. The appen! \va.-: issued after run.=u]ia- tion with Minister Dupuy de Lome. The Spanish minister i-';:lk-u at iiie state department about noon yesterday and conferred with Judge Day conceniincr the relief of the rei-uncentrades on the island. He niai.it- ii i-lrar that the Spanish governn-.'.Mit v.-oukl co-operate ir. any relief measures, and that there was entire willing'nessi that the supplies go direct to Consul General Lee instead o£ through ire Spanish relief channels. The negotiations have been proceeding for some time. The first active step in this direction was taken by the president un Df-i.-. 1. and was in the form of a rvqiiesi/L'nnt the niinistt-r it-arn from his gvivtrnnii-n: «nt'tliei' th<- regular tariff duties would b« remitted on relief supplies sent to Cuba. 31inist«r De l.rjir.e soon afterwards answered thai Spain had consented to grant even tD'.re than had been rr- quesied. and ihnt \liv duties would he remitted nut only "n articles which th" president had ivfre:v r d to. but al?" fin all medicines. .<":i;>. salt, and similar articles uf prim.'- n-c-'ssity which might enter ir.tu th.- piar. of r-.-iief. The only condition attached \v.is ;ha; the supplies shoul.i PD through the re™ular relief comyniitf-r's established at Ha\'an.'i, of which tlv- liisii'ip of Havana is the chairman. H -Aas arranged aifo that supplies sent to the Spanish minister here would be forwarded to the authorities at Kavana. Since then there have been criticism.'? of the system ad'jptec. and reports have come from Havana that the recor.cen- trados were starving as a result of obstacles in the way lief. Th-i Pp.".nish authorities state, however, zSat there has been no delay on their part, and that since the arrangement was made no offer of supplies, medicines, etc.. has been made- There has bwn a. general desire, however, to adopt a system by which the supplies will go direct to General L,ee. and as a result of the Spanish minister's can yesterday this will be the pian to be adopted in executing the relief measures under the call now issued. Before selecting Christmas Present Or Furniture to adorn Your Home we Desire to call a mention to our band- some and complete line of the very Latest Designs- and Novelties !• Furniture and Upholstered floods consisting of Roman Chairs, Tabbor- etts, Divans, rockers, couches etc. at Low Prices, Ciifflmings[&|Morgan, Cor 3d & Broadway. City Building. XMAS HOLIDAY SUPPERS! -PRESENTS. Best Patterns! Best Fabrics! Very Best Styles! We never had such a display before and that's saying enough fos the shoe trade, we are headquartears on slippers. You will rob yourself If you purchase elsewhere. We bank our reputation on our good goods at reasonable prices. Call and see us before you buy. Shoe Store, Winter 510 Broadway, AMUSEMENTS. CLAN'S OFEBA HOUSE. BETTER TIMES. L Many Business men ^^ want office help. Frequent calls for bookkeepers and fetenographers. r,arpo number of our students have taken positions recently . - - - • • • • • College, J • In headquarters for oflice help. Business men of our own and of other cities, send to us when in need of bookkeepers or stenographers . If you ivant to secure a position attend gall's gusiness flollege. Broadway and «h Ste. C. F. MOOBE. Pres't. THE MAKr\tirab Cliic;*^o (iruin nntl Frotlucft. Chicago, Dec. 24. FoHowins wore t'ru- quotations on the Board of Trade t"day: \\'lieat — December. opened :t:)'-_c, cius^d USric; January, opened l?jHc. cl".- 11 -'-! 'J"i r S;c: May, opened 9-i^c. closed - l '-;Vjc. Corn^December, opened and eios«d nominal; January, opened and closi-ii 26*ic: May. opened and closed ±i r \c. Oats— December. 22 r> «c; May, opened Pork— Decernher, n'irr.ir.al; January. offd SS.TJV.; Alay, opened I opened --'i i'3>-fC. closed opened ami I opened Ss. D Tuesday, Dec. 28th. Edw. E. Rice's Superb Spectacle "IS IS TO LAUGH" The Girl From Paris i'J't t t MARK] FlfENT SCENERY, i GORGEOUS COSTUMES. EXCELLENT CAST, I CHORUS. WPBOPLB. 1COONTGHT? Al'THBDCKK OP YOHK THBATKK. London 3'0 NIORT8 AT TH* HEEALD POTJAKE TKKAXKH. NEW TOKK. GREATEST PRODUCTION of Many Seasons—Far Surpassing in Splendor Riae's Past Triumphs "Evangeliae"— '_'lf 92^'—Excelsior, Jr."—and' little Christopher. *» -- •'W"^^,- SOL» BY 313 Market Street. LOCfA>fSPOET. and closed S^.K. I.ard— January, opened " Produce: B;;t;~r — Extra creamery, 21c per rt>: extra dairy. 19c: fresh packing: .=tocls. l-i: Esgs— Fresh stock. 20c pi-r fioz. Dressed Poultry— Turkeys, SglOc per Ib; chickens, 5^i@6 1 .20: ducks, 6@Tc. potatoes — Northwestern. 50(8 58c per bu. Sweet Potatoes— Illinois. J2.00@;2.75 per bbl. Chicago tiTe Stock. Chicago, Dec. 24. Hogs — Estimated receipts for the day, 30,000: sales ranged at J2.SCM§3.40 for j pigs, S3.30I&3.42W. for light, J3,20@3.25 for I rough packing-, JS.3C-RS.4?i-i for mixed, j and $3.30ig3.45 for heavy packing and transmitting re- | shipping lots. Cattle — Estimated re" ceipts for the day. 2.500: feeling- stronsr; quotations ranged S5.00@5.50 for choice >o extra shipping steers, $4.50@S.OO good to choice do. *4.40@4.8o fair to good, J3.75@4.40 common to medium do., $3.70 @420 butchers' steers, t2.00@3.75 »tock- ers. K.60@4.15 feeders, JL90@3.80 oc.ws, J2.60@4.50 heifers. J2-25©4.00 buJl», oxen and *ta«s, U.00@-ei5 Texas mteera, and $3,50@6.50 veal calves. Shoep and Liunbs —Estimated receipts for the day, t.OOO; feeling firm; quotation* ranged at tt.tt westerns. $3.10^4.80 nattTM, and I Bcumt in any partjof th* bofly inrtantly relieved sad] peraMMB cored by Doan's Ointment, -tb* erergn~remedjnbr~iU itebtMH ' «j the ikla.

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