Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 28, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 28, 1897
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JOHN GRAY'S ON*' Holiday Handkerchiefs Is, as usual, the mo>t beautiful shown in The city. It 16 only necessary for us to announce our annual holiday "hdki" sale, as you know from experience our's is the place to buy. 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,, 0158, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. __ Insurance and Loans. OI i CB ur- tnoo md Bondi written in first class com- i. Money to loan 6 per cent. LATE TELK&RAMS. . S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Of all kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. __ •— LIDA LEISURE Physician. Office In House, Oor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answered promrtly. E.H. GRAOK D.D.S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. __ Logansport Messenger Service. upon the streets a Ail Actor Sentenced to Six Months In the Pe British and Japanese Fleet* Threaten Russia With Trouble. Special to the Pharon. New York, Dec. 28.— Edward Rat- dtffe, the actor who beat his wife so badly a few weeks ago, and who was tried uo'io. a charge of attempted murder, has been sentenced to six months in prison. He was the Idol of the matinee girls. Vene/nelan Minister Recelred. Osboroe. Isle of Wight, Dec. 28.— Queea Victoria received the ^enezu- elan minister an audience today. Japanese Cabinet Resign. Yokohoma, Dec. 28—Owing to the allure of Premier Marouis Saigo to econstruct a cabinet, all members esigned. Mean Trooble for Russia. Shanghai, Dec. 28—British fleet ias anchored at Port Hamilton, and he Japanese fleet has also arrived at he same port. Fell Twenty Feet. While decorating the rink this fternoon for the corn fodder carni- al to be given by the Elks' band, a caflold fell with Charles Klinck and Charles Smith. They were decorat- ng the ceiling and the scaffold was i leasit twenty feet from the ioor. Mr. Kllnck's nose was ;roken and his right wrist badly pralned. Mr. Smith escaped with a small scratch on the face. They were indeed fortunate to have es- aped with their lives. Mr. Klinck's njuries were dressed by Dr. Barnfield. •ity. Leave orders tit Eel River Livery Barn, OH Phone No 88 New No 91 TSTe-ar Undertakers . 303 Market street, Hoppe Building:. Daniel Killian & Co. r«ll» nrotnptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KlCSwS for many yean, '°«'™« $ Cbarl. e L. Woll Telephone old J61. new 317 HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and i well flt- ttair clothes made Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEBTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. . Wheat—May, opened 94}@94jjc; high, 95ic; low, 94Jc; closed, 94}c. Corn—For May, opened, 30J@30J-c; high, 30Jc; low, 29i,'c; closed, 303-c b. Oats—May opened, 23i@23Jc:high, 24c; low, 23jlc; closed, 22-Jc. Pork—May opened, IS.92; high, $8.95; low, 88.87; closed, IS 87. flogs—Market opened 5c higher. Receipts of hogs, 18,000; estimated tomorrow, 33,000 head. Mixed, 83.37 : heavy, i3.45@$3.57; rough, »3 25@3 35; light, »3.37@»3 57. Calls, 94!-95-94ic; puts, 93:1-931- 93ijc; curb, — DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION -DENTIST- A11 - th > ftsySSTSft 5.5S35M! k Modern methods, modern pricea, ^ Gray's on Fourth street. C u"Tel«phone No. 328. McConnell&McConnell $50,OWf 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS TUESDAY, DEC. 3S. 1897. OITY 1SLRWS Mrs. H.J. McSbeehy will entertain the Thtmbla club for dinner tomorrow. In fact you can have It all your own way with overcoats, ulsters and underwear at the jSew CHto. Mrs. J. H. Gardner, wife of former County Superintendent Gardner, Is here from Terre Haute, visiting with friends. The Ladles' Aid society ot the Bethel M. E. church will give a sup per next Saturday, New Years night, at the county farm. A.ft«r oe^t Saturday the postoffice department will require all letter carriers to give bond la the sum of $1,000, secured by an approved surety or Indemnity company. The club rooms will be open in con neotlon with the dando* hall, at the Masonic temple, on Wednesday even log, Deo. 29th, so that those not car Jog to dance may play cards. The Pharos will begin, the publication ot a new continued story tomorrow. It bean the singular title »f "Abducted by John tne Baptist,' and was written oy Ward Bles. I to decidedly CHICAGO MARKETS Recelred Dally by W. W. Mllner, at 9. A. H. Building. Chicago, Dec. 28, 1867. Wheat—For Dec. opened, 99}c; .Igh, *1.00@1.00}; low, y"Jc; closed, Will be Held at North Conrt Room in City of Lonansport, on January Sth. The Democratic voters of Cass county are hereby notified to meet at ihe north court room In the city of liogansport, on Satnrday, January Sth, 1898, at l o.clockp. m..ln mass convention to choose delegates to the Ele"enth district convention, to be held at Peru, on January llth. Under the ratio of apportionment Jass county 1« entitled to a representation of 24 delegates in the Peru ;onventlon. BEN.T. F. LOUTHAIX, Chairman Dem. Cen. Com. M. A. LITTLE, Secretary. Corn Fodder Carnival. The Elks' band is making great preparations for the corn fodder carnival to be given at the rink for eighteen days, beginning about the Sth of January, Sixty shocks of fodder have been delivered, and the ceiling, side walls and floor or the rink will he covered with it. A programme of music will be rendered each day, and there will be many other attractions. Death of George Walton. George 7/alton, a well-known citizen of Walton,died at 7:30 this morning. The funeral will be held Thursday from the Buckwheat church. Interment will be made in the ThomSs"cemetery, near Onward. Bimetallic League. The Bimetallic League will meet Wednesday evening ID business sts- sion. Arrangements will be made to organize the county. C. E, CARTEK, Pres. N. W. PHJPPS, Sec. Funeral of Otto Kraut. The funeral ot the late Otto Kraut will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow Trom the residence and at 2:30 from the church, ROT. Tirmenstein offlciatang. The Weather. Generally folr and warmer tonight and Wenesday. ADDITIONAL ITEMS Al Ferguson bas returned from a few days' visit at Muncle. A free social was given at the A. M. E. church last evening. Mrs. W. H. McCord went to Elwood today to visit her sister. The wonderful sale of new vallees ttill continues at the New Otto. Charles Shafer, of the Bridge City Candy company, is recovering from a long illness. E. B. Overshiner, wife and son and Mrs. T. S. Freeman have returned from a visit at El wood. The Columbia Brewing company put a force of men at work on Eel river this morning cutting ice. James Lawler,a patient from Huntington county, has been discharged as cured from Longcllfl hospital. Purchase your jacket or cape at Trade Palace this week: regular cost not considered prior to inventory. Clean up sale at Foley's—Apples, 25c peck; dressed turkeys, lOc ft; toy carts, 7c each; pop corn poppers, 8c. This week the Trade Palace will sell you jackets or capes at less than Feb. prices. Stock must be reduced prior to inventory. The new state Odd Fellows' building at Indianapolis, is to cost 8236,- 8S3, anu'a contract has been let to W. P. Junciaus. of that city. J. B. Stanley, grand chief templar of the order of Good Templars, went to Lafayette yesterday to attend the meeting of Willard lodge last even- Ing. Two young men from Delphi came to Logansport yesterday and got very "fly"—they insulted Charley Hye, «bo gave them each a black eye. Oh me, oh my. On Saturday afternoon Allen Lswis presented Isaac Shideler with a cane made from a piece of timber taken from the old Tlpton lodge building, which was erected in 1828. A protracted meeting of three weeks closed on Sunday night at she Oorintb Brethren church, in Adams township, Eev. L. W. Ditch having conducted the same. Two accessions resulted. Richmond Item: "John May went to Logansport Sunday morning to visit bis uncle, Harry May Roy Dormeier returned from Logansport this morning, after spending Christmas with friends." The people of Fulton, thirteen miles north, are raising subscriptions n order to sink a second oil well. About half enough has been secured. The new well willprooably be located north of the town. The third of a series of union meet- ngs of all Epworth Leagues In the city will be held this evening at the Wheatland street M. E. church, and will be led by Dr. Stewart. All the oung people in the city are Invited ,o at attend. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will hold a business meeting in the lecture room of the church tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Reports of all work done in the past bhree months will be reato, and every member is requested to be present. The delivery team of David Powen, 'ihe Sycamore street grocer and butcher, ran away on the Westside ast evening. The wagon was upset and » quantity of meat scattered along' the street The horses were captured before any great damage had been done. Rev. D. A, Hopkins, of Adams township, having recovered from an attack of lagrippe, will resume his work with his four Brethren churches, has held revival meetings at New Enterprise and Loree, and on Monday 'sill begin a similar meeting at Clayipool, and after that at Tioso. David L. Bush, who is forming a part/ of men to visit the Klondike jold'fields, makes a test of all applicants. If, after sleeping on the snow for five nights and carrying 100 pounds of baggage over the hills about the city for eighteen days, the fever still continues, such men may join the party. Parts have been assigned for the play to be put on the boards on the night of the 17th of March by the St. Vincent's Dramatic club. The play is entitles, -The Broken Heart." Success in this play is assured, as St. Vincent's Dramatic club has a reputation, long ago established, of never patting on the boards only the very best plays in the very best manner. A new $5 silver certificate, of the series of 1896, has been jtfscovered in circulation by the secret service division of the treasury department. It is printed on two thin sheets of paper with the silk fibers between The silk, however, is too heavy. The most marked defect is in the numbering, which is much loo small, while the green ink on the back is much too light in color. Miss Ethel Taughn entertained a company ol friendu last etenlng, at her home on east North street, in honor ot her guest, Miss Edith Adams, of Indianapolis. Those in. attendance were: Mlsaes Bessie Douglas, Bessie Simpson, Helen Newell and Edna P, arkey and Messrs. Harry Wood, Herbert Stereos, John Tta- man and Carry Stevens. Music and XMAS HOLIDAY SUPPERS! •PRESENTS- Best Patterns! Best Fabrics! Very Best Styles! We never had such » display before and thaVs 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, 510 Broadway, BETTER TIMES. . Many Business men "W wunc office help. Frequent calls for bookkeepers and stenographers. Larjie number ol our students have taken positions recently • - - - gupinepp College, I« headquarters for office help. Business men of our own and ot other cities, send to us when in need of bookkeepers or stenographers. If you want to secure a poeition attend {{all's Business [joHege. Broadway and eth Sts. Logunsport.lnd. C. F. MOOHE. Pres't. »********•»*»*••••» dancing were indulged in during the evening. Special discount on fancy china and all remaining holiday goods.—Trade Palace. Remember the Eastend Pleasure club daace at Dolan & McEfale's hall next Friday night, New Years eve. Delbert Flynn fell yesterday while skating on the Eel ilver, and sustained an injury that will lay him up for several days. About sixty men are employed in the work of cutting ice for the Panhandle company at Lake Cicott, the wages being $1.25 and $1.50 a day. The men mostly live in the neighborhood of the lake. The ice is seven inches thick and of fine quality. A greater amount than usual is to be put up. An Indianapolis dispatch says arti cles of incorporation were issued to the Logansport Product; Exchange, a new organization wltb a capital stock of $10,000. Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon the papers had not been filed for record in the recorders office, and the names of the parties interested could not be learned. BILL* JACKS RETCRSS. Four Rich in Experience After Living lears Among tbe Canucks. Billy Jacks, late consul at London, Canada, returned to Logansport today. He served the government for four years very acceptably, and left London with the good wishes of the Canadians. He looks as fresh as & daisy. 3e Is undecided yet as to what he will do, or where he will locate. Before settling down, he wiH ta*e a trip to Florida, The health of Mrs. Jacks has been poor for the past year. Mr, Jacks speaks very kindly of the Canadians, and says he was well treated while among them. He states, that both the Imports and exports at London have fallen oft'im- mensely since the Ding-ley tarifl law went into effect. Tailor and Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING tot AKOTHER we manage to torn out the toil fitting, exquisitely finished and distingue salts of clothing to be M6O In Logansport, We Uk« paint to select the latest and handsomest faorlcs for your selection. Just now we axe making nobby smlU in soft finished worsteds, cheviot*, tweeds, cassimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Oarl W. Keller, 311 Market St WALTON OIL FIELD Attracting Much Attention Speculators. Among Lively Scramble For Land Leases Qolug on Out There. Walton is now the center of attraction in the oil belt and every train brings to that prosperous little town a number of oil speculators. It is , yet to be demonstrated whether oil exists in paying quantities or-not. The test will come when the pump is set to work, if ths well fills with oil as rapidly as it is pumped out it will indicate that it is a good producer. The general Impression among oil men Is that the well is a good one. There is a big scramble for oil territory since oil was found on the Bumgarnerland. The man who first invaded the territory to secure leases secured about 1,000 acres of land which covers the very heart of toe territory. The Logansporl company has some good territory and the Chicago company secured a big tract of land near Walton. It is claimed that some ot the farmers have leased territory to different prospectors and there is likely to be some trouble over the matter. An independent company beaded by Dr. J. N. Neft, of this city,secured some valuable leases just north of Walton. It is expected now that pumping at the Bumgarner well will not begin before next week. A large tank and the machinery for pumping are on the ground. TARIFF AND WAGES. AMUSEMENTS. ,OLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. D Tuesday, Dec. 28th. Edw. E. Rice's Superb Spectacle "IS IS TO LAUGH" The Girl From Paris MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, GORGEOUS COSTUMES, EXCELLENT CAST, I BBAUTIFPL I CHORUS. I 50 PBOPUK. 1COO WIGHTS ArTHHDUKE OF YOHK THEATER.London I 3CO NIGHTS AT THE HERALD eQUARE TUB AT SB, NEW TOttK. GREATEST PRODUCTION ot Many Seasons—Far Surpassing in Splendor Rice's Past Triumphs "Evangeline"— "U92' ? —Excelsior. Jr-"— and Little Christopher. I Ben Hur Sitlice. Regular meeting tomorrow night. Election of officers.—William S. Rosier, chief. Chicken Timl>ale8. The following directions are from the Boston Cooking School Magazine: Bemove the meat from the breastbone of two raw chickens. Press it five or six times through a meat chopper. Season TIMBAL.ES PKCORATED WITH TOSGCE. with a teaspoonfnl of salt, a dash of white pepper and a grating of nutmeg. Beat into the mixture, one at a time, the whites of 3 eggs and then very gradually a pint of cream. Decorate, some well buttered molds with a design cnt from unities or corned tongue of a red color. Fill two-thirds of each mold with the mixture, set them in a pan of hot water and cook on top of the stove or in the oven about 15 minutes. The water around them should not boil Torn from the mold on to a hot platter and serve at ouce with a pint of white sauce into which a cup of chopped mushrooms bas been cooking about ten minutes. Cut out papers to fit the bottom of the molds and put them in place before buttering tha molds. There has been some discussion rel»- tiT« to the tariff as to whether funeral monmnents aie works of art. Decidedly not; that is, hardly eTet Bad Effects of Hicli Protection on the Cotton Mill Operatives. The isew York Evening Post, in discussing the. cotton mill crisis in New England, explains it on the usual narrow grounds of cheap labor and longer hours iu the south. This is the theory of the cotton spinners themselves, and we will not disturb its sbnllowness. But The Post calls attention to a fact worth mentioning in connection with Manager Mark Hauua's great circus parade of prosperity—namely, that the Republican newspapers, when discussing the mill crisis, make no reference to the tariff and treat the whole matter a.- if the wage reduction is to be a permanent feature. There is small consolation in this attitude for those workiugmen who rushed to the support of McKiuley impelled by the glowing pictures of prosperity and higher wages which were strung out on the oratorical clothesline at Canton. We are not at this time disposed to weep over the woes they have brought on themselves and shall wait until wo see how the failure of tbc whole Republican programme will affect their po- j Htical action before wasting any large amount of sympathy. In this country the condition of the workingmeu is pretty much what they choose to make it, and when, they deliberately select a hard bed to lie on we are disposed to permit them to sleep as peacefully as they may. There is "small cause for wonder in the silence of the Republican organs in regard to the tariff, for the people are now witnessing the ruthless exposure of one of the most tremendous humbugs of the age. Matters have turned out precisely as The Constitution predicted whea it advised the Democrats in congress to offer no obstructions to the tariff bill, to the end that the pftople might have an opportunity to see for themselves what a flat and naked failure protection is. Such another opportunity was never before offered. The tariff has always been mixed with other movements and issues, but now the whole public may see the unwholesome effects of high protection. Those who thought it would help the people are undeceived, and even the protected interests are disgusted. Mr. McKiniey said that a high tariff law would be a'mill opener. As a matter of fact, it is an eye opener.—Atlanta Constitution. D OLAN'S OPERA HODdK. WV. DOLAN, MANAQKB. Thursday, Dec. 30th'97. GEO. H, BROADHURST'S HOA1U.NG SUCCESS. "IS harnt comedy williout n. Haw."—New York Teltfnaoi "You iaug-h until tbe ware rull down your cheeks."—Alan Dale. "Such rlays are goile?n<'ii."— Alan Dale. • Tneisaine company ihat *~i Delighted 113,460 People durlDgrits three monuis't engagement'.at tua Bijou. New YorK. v-eo. C- Uonface jr.. Geo. Obcr, Wm.Bcroftrd J. W. Cope, Reubeu Fax, Cecil Klnjcton. Hurry Koee. inna lielmopt Ksthr>n Osterm. Battle Ferguson. Mrs E. A Eberle, Florence Robinson, Ko=e Stewart. Flora Hedden. Seats on gale at JohnHon'e drujr »tore. Prices—25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Read the Story In Tomorrow's Pharos. Cart Before the Horse. When Postprandial Ora':or Depew as- serti that rhe people cannot be prospero'as nnifc-s rhe railroads are prosperous, he is putting the carl before the horse. Besides, the insinuation that the railroads are not having to run snowpiows to clear their tracks of the avalanche of prosperity does not harmonize •with the bulletins'of the McHanna good times makers. _^ Under Dineley'» J»o»e. Bhode Island cotton mUis are also reducing -wages. Is New England cotton manufacture to perish right tinder Mr. Dinglej's dutiful nose? An ITni^opulAZ- BrAlttl* J£r. McKinley's brand of prosperity seems to be giving gatasfcction to nobody but those who worship the g«d. , ...--;-- Faxliion Kchoe*. The dress skirts are gradually da- creasing in width. The fashion of -waists, unlike th» skirt, still lingers. Novelties iu hairdresmng are jeweled pins inserted here and there in tb« coiffure. Petticoats of silk moreen with taffeta silk raffles are recommended lor wearing qualities. Cloth gowns made dressy with th» gnimpe are worn to small dinner parties and the theater. White ostrich feathers «ndphe»«nU' I quills are distinctive features of tb« winter millinery. Sleeves seeia to have settled dowtt to their limit in size, for the tnasnii »* lea.it, and tbn comfortable follow*.** the top still remain*. TSo wonder Hauna is threatened wjtk heart failure. Who, with hi* obligations to the country, would not palpitate every rizce he thought of UM Ding* lav deficit; . .« The United Statw ii jtttoa* rf other country becmnM riM tamM !• freatart and mactpowtrfol rfjftjl

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