OAILYJPHAROS TUESDAY, DEC. 23, 1897. OITYNB.WS. Miss Ora Cox is visiting friends at Camden. To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seybold, south of the city, a son. Free china and cut glass at cut price figures at the New Otto. Miss Maggie Leahy is at Gas City visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Conroy. Installation of r. fficera took place in the Orient lodge, F. and A. M., last evening. Mrs. George Lucy and daughter went to Montlcello today to visit her parents. Christopher Jeannerette fell on the ice Sunday and severely sprained his right arm. A fact, not a figure. Just one- half off on children's ree'ers—The New Otto. Try McHale's for a pure drink of McBrayer, seven years old, 106 per cent proof. Miss Olive Moreiaod of Kokomo, who has been visiting here, returned home today, Florlan Eupher of the soldiers' home at Marlon Is spending the holidays with relatives. F. E. Falkner, formerly proprietor of the Oliver house, at South Bend, was a guest today at the Johnston. "The Girl From Paris" company came In from South Bend and will leave In the morning for Lafayette. The drill was started this morniug . on the .John Burnett farm, ou the Michigan road, two miles north of the city. Mr, R. A. Wilson, generl agent of the Cold Blast Transportation company is at home visiting his mother and friends, Misi Delia Sharer and Charles Criswell, of Montlcello, spent Christmas In the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lucy. The 6-year-old child of Joseph Mehaffie, of Washington township, is in a critical condition from hemorrhage of the stomach. Beed's Soutbslde orchestra will furnish music for an entertainment to be given tomorrow night by the Pocahontas lodge. James Day, jr., a TJ. S. cavalryman, stationed at Fort B'ley, Kan., is in the city on a twenty days' furlough, visiting his father, on Twelfth street. Mrs. Will Buchanan and Miss Simon Marshall, of Muncle, are the guests of Mr. acd Mrs. W. H. Downs andMr. and Mrs. J, A Marshall, of this city. This being holiday week and a great many members being absent from the city, the Ladles' Treble Clef club, have decided not to hold a meeting this week. Leon Everett,of Walterville.Minn., IB a guest of E. J. Carroll of east High street, Mr. E. is a student in the law department of the Ann Arbor, Mich., university. Mrs. Wm. Buchanan, Mrs. Simon Marshall and Mies Lydla Cecil, of Muncie, and Mrs. C. T. Buchanan, of Chicago, are In the city visiting Mrs. J. A. Larger and Mrs. William H. Downs. The funeral of the young son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hilton, of Washington township, was held at 12 o'clock today from the Blue Ball dhurch. Interment was made In the West cemetery. A. E. Hahn, superintendent of the street railway power house, is enjoying a vacation, the first in six years. He Is spending two weeks with relatives and friends at Sidney, Ills. jfotormsn Ed Baver Is looking after Haha's duties during his absence. The ladies of the Free Kindergarten association have arranged a programme for children under sixteen from 8 to 9:30 o'clock, In connection with their charity ball, Wednesday evening, Dec. 29th, Tickets 50 cents, at the door. These Include refreshments, as do the regular ball tickets. Bring the little folks and give them a merry time. Quail hunting ends this week, the law expiring Saturday, January 1st. The true sportsman will not kill the Bob White from this time on, but will confine himself to rabbits, for if this sort of weather continues any length of time not many quail will survive. Shelter and food are poor with the crust of snow covering the ground, but pot shots are more plenty and the quail will have a hard time ot It under all these adverse circumstances. Kokomo Dispatch: "A number of the friends of Mr, and Mrs. D. H. Palmer and daughter of South Kokomo came up from Logansport to celebrate Christmas with them, and all had a most enjoyable time. Among tht guests present were Mr. Henry Brookmeyer, jr., and family, Mr. Solomon Hankee and family, Mrs. Flank and daughter, Mr. Sauers and Mr. and Mn. John Palmer. There WM no limit to the good things to •at, and all left feeling glad they came." AGAINST THE WABASH. Twenty-Five Asked fur Thousand Dollars Are Injuries to a Child. Other Railroad New* of a Varied Character. Carlle Dern, the ten-year-old son of Silas Dern, of Delphi, has, by his next friend, Dr. Wlckliffe Smith, brought suit in the Carroll circuit court against the Wabash railway for $25,000 damages for injuries received by Carlie when run over by a train two years ago. The lad, who was scarcely more than a baby, was on his way to Sunday school. In crossing the Wabash tracks be was run over by a Wabash freight train, which was switching, losing both legs. It was thought for a time that he would not live, but he recovered, and a subscription paper was circulated and a sufficient sum subscribed to enable him to purchase a pair of artificial limbs, in the use of which he has be come skillful. A recect decision o the supreme court on contributor negligence Is tne basis of the suit. RAILROAD NEWS. The Wabash, It is said, will add 2, new engines durng the coming year The Pennsylvania lines last week carried the greatest proportion o freight out of Chicago. W. T, Myers and Elmer Greely Panhandle freight brakemen, were examined today for promotion. Al Quealy, employed In the Pan handle freight department at Chlca go, was in the city over Christmas visiting his family. It is said that on New Year's day Trainmaster May will promote fifteen freight brakemen and will employ twenty-five or thirty brakemen. The cutting down of grades on the Baltimore & Ohio has Increased the train haul per ton per mile to 300, whereas It was formerly only 5100 to 225 tons. In Austria a locomotive engineer who was tried for causing an accident by negligence, plead in mitigation that he had been seventeen hours on duty without food or sleep. Ho was acquitted. Horace G. Burt, the newly appoint ed president of the Union Pacific reorganized company, has been, the third vice-president of the Chicago & Northwestern road and is said to be well-fitted for che place. The new interchangeable mileage book, although one of the best safe guards for the railroads ever Introduced, seems doomed because the Vanderbllt lines and Michigan roads have kicked over the traces. The report of railway accidents In Germany for September last gives 218 accidents in operation, of which thirty-one were derailments and twenty-four collisions. Tde number killed was 50, Injured 135. No passengers were killed; 8 were injured; but 31 employes were killed and 104 Injured. Richmond Is soon to begin legal action against the Pennsylvania railroad company for neglecting to place electric lights at all grade crossings In the city. An ordinance requiring this to be done . was passed by the council two months ago, and the company not having complied, suit will be Instituted at once. The new Interchangeable mileage ticket of the Michigan lines will be placed on sale Jan. 15. In all respects save that it will be accepted for transportation on trains it will be identical with the ticket of the Central Passenger association. It will be sold at the same price and have the same rebate, making the net price 120. It is claimed that the Yandalia lines are now befog operated on the smallest per cent of gross earnings at any time in the history of the road, notwithstanding the Improvements the receiver has been making In the track and roadbed generally. The new large freight engines the company received eighteen months ago are proving great economizers In the hauling of freight at a minimum cost. MRS. MTER9 MISS IN 6. Bag Her Hn«band Believes That She tione to Penn*jl»ania. . "Chick" Myers, the young Jeffer son township farmer, who recent!] obtained tl,250 damages from the Panhandle company lor the loss o his left foot was In the city today consulting with the police concerning the sadden and unexpected disap pearance of his wife and their 3-year old son. He says she left home yes terday morning with the child, aud is of the opinion that she left here yesterday afternoon for the home o her sister, in Pennsylvania. Invoice Books, Ledger*, Journals, Cash, daf, copying books and all stationer's supplies.—Longwell £ Cummicgs, Masonic temple. ResoIntioDS of Respect. A committee of Wabash lodge, No 1831, Knights of Honor, appointed for the purpose, reported the follow ing resolutions at a meeting held Monday night: Whereas, It has been the will of the Supreme Dictator of the universe to call from bis labors our beloved brother, Levi 0. Hensell; therefore be it Besoived, That while we deplore and regret the loss of our departed brother that we submit to the will of our Heavenly Father, who gives us life and takes it according to His Divine will and pleasure. May we there fore, now in humble submission to the Divine will of Him who doethall things well. The lodge has lost a true and faithful brother, and we tender to his bereaved family and friends our condolence in full meas ure of heartfelt sympathy in the- hour of their affliction. May the Heavenly Father give them solace and support, for He has promised He will te the God of the widow and father to the futherless. Besolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the records and a ,opy furnished the widow. C. H. ALFORD, B. W. BADABATJGH, EDWARD WHITE, Committee. Pitcher Unrrett May Recover. A Bockvllle, Ind., special says: W. P. McKehan, aged twenty, just from Kentucky, who shot Ike Durrett, the well known base ball pitcher, Saturday night at a public dance, in Eockville, was arrested Sunday. Squire Glass put him under $500 botd for his appearance next Thursday. Durrett was shot in the abdomen, the ball ranging towards tie ight hip. He is at the Palke hotel n charge of Drs. Gillum and Goss. It was thought his wound would prove atal, but he has a fair chance to ive. Durrett is on the reserve list or the Indianapolis base ball club. He was a member of the Paris (Ills.) earn last season, and of Washington, Ind, 1 ' _ An Echo of a Murder Case. The Citizens' bank of Delphi has brought suit against Daniel N. Neibie to collect 15,600. The suit is an echo of a murder case. One year ago, Louisa Nipple, a widow, living near Camden, was found murdered in ,he cornfield of her neighbor, Daniel sT: Netble, who, with his two sons, was arrested, charged with the crime. They were acquitted^ Neible found t necessary to borrow money to de- end himself and sons, and Incum- bered bis fine farm. The suit Is rought to collect this money. Again a Father. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons are parents of a baby boy, and the •oungster has been named Julian Jarson Fitzsimmons. The name is aid to be peculiarly appropriate and was decided upon by the champion nd nis wife only after a week's de- Iberation. Julian being Mrs. Fltz- immons' maiden name, and Carson 561 ng the name of the town in which Fltislmmons' fortune was made, It was decided to perpetuate the two nd confer them upon che youthful heir to the Fitzsimmons fortune. ALL REMAINING -HOLIDAY GOODS To be Sold Regardless of Cost THE GOLDEN RULE. GEE=WHIZ! That's what the man said whe» his laundry came home yellow, orn and faded. Then he «oncluded t» try MARSHALL'S LAUNDRY, and his linen was returned as white as snow and without beia. torn in the least. Call up phon 110 and have our wagon .stop fo your work. J If Want You had better le . HOOLEY —Make Your— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit You When all others fail. •»MM«»»M«> Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Danced the German. The Longcliff theatre was the scene t a delightful social gathering- last vening. A party of young people njoyed a German given by Miss lary Rogers, daughter of Dr. Joseph .ogers, medical superintendent of he hospital. Misses Ora Sala and ilary L. Foreman assisted Miss Rogers In making the affair a success. Music for the occasion was furnished by the hospital orchestra. Luncheon was served at a late hour. HOLIDAY Shoes and Slippers I The hand somest, and best assortment of ^CHRISTMAS Shoes and Slippersfevei shown in the city. WORLD'S FAi(R,CHICAGO.I893 SolJce. The Ladies of the G. A. E. will be entertained at the home of Mrs Earl Stewart, corner of Fourth and Canal streets, Wednesday evening, Dec. 29th. A donation and holiday offering will be on the piogramme. Members are cordially requested to be present. It Is requested that all who desire will wear masks.—President. Sick ind Destitute. If reports are true the friends of James Bosert, the veteran deliveryman for the Adams express company, should contribute to his relief He is known to be very sick at his room at Mrs. I. B. Givens, 318 Bel River ayenae, and It la said that be ii in destitute circumstances. Patent Leather Kid, Ooz Kik, pink, green,red, lavender. In fact anything in nice evening slippers. See our Men's Bootee combination, Boot and Shoes just the thing for winter. Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway. Christmas Presents SPECIAL. to Satin Slippers. $1.50 to 12.40. Strap Slippers, 75c to $1.50. Quilted Slippers, Toe to $1.55. Plain Leather Slippers,50c to •! Children's Leggins 75c to $1.50. Ladies' Warm Lined Shoes 75c 81.50. Men's Slippers, 50c to $2. Baby Shoes, all colors 50c; to $11. Children's and Misses' House Slippers 50c to •!. WALTER MAIDEN, 412 Broadway, OPPOSITE—BBS—HIYB Can THR TAILOR Suit You in Style and Prices. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-date Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and in fact anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. John K- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, Annual Gas Rates A RTIFICIAL and Natural Gas Bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Natural Gas Consumers desiring to avail themselTes of the Ancual Rate, commencing 1 December 1st ,can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. Hley Gas Co, I THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . . .FOR THE.. . Blood, Stomach Liver and Kidneys Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. 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