Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 11, 1898 · Page 26
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 11, 1898
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DAILY_PHA.EOS TUESDAY. JA.N. 11. 1893. GITYNB.W3. Read the oew story. B, F. Yaotis ts oa tbe sick list. Mrs. Cbrls Berg Is on the sick list. Mrs- Charles Rlaglebsn is quite sick. Remnant sale tomorrow—Golden Eule. Mr3, Harry Doggett is agaio crlti cally ill. A. C. Barnett is at Indianapolis o DR. SMELT, Of Marion, Was Chosen at Peru Today Walden's bank sal ouslness. By yonr shoes at rupt shoe sale. Entire new programme at the F.orn Karnival tonight. R. M. Messing, of Indianapolis, wa In the cluy yesterday. Mrs. Frank Hall, who was sick, i able to bo about again. Painters are at work on the in terlor of the postofflce. Attend! the great remnant tomorrow at Golden Rule. W. J. Fuller, now iocated at Ma rion, was. in the city today. Learn prices on remnants of linen; tomorrow at the Trade Palace. Vess Hathaway, of Wlnamac, ha: entered Hall's Business college. Casper Marchand, the celery dealer will visit at Lafayette tomorrow. Wanted—A good girl to do genera housewoik. Enquire at this office. Remnants of all best prints only 3Jc a yard at remnant sale—Golden Rule. The Elks' band is the best tbe city has ever had. Korn Karniva tonight. George Cnppy.tbe base ball pitcher returned last night from a visit al Cleveland. Our annual January muslin under wear sal* commences Thursday morn* ing—Trade Palace. An Indianapolis cigar man has just failed with 150,000 liabilities and about 11,000 assets. , Wabash lodge, K. of H., Installed officers last night. Calvin Nefl was elected assistant dictator. Tomorrow morning, at 9 o'clock the Bee HIVEI will.open its great 18th an nual remnant and linen sale. Miss Marshall has returned to her home in Indianapolis, after a visit with Miss McNitt in this city. Oneldei style combination underwear; our oOc quality goes for 280, at our remnant sale—Golden Rule. Think of it! Lonsdale, green ticket and fruit of loom muslin only 5}cat tbe great remnant clearance sale—Golden Rule. A new story, "A Conflict of Evidence," by Rodrigues Ottolengui, will be published In this paper. Bead the opening chapter tonight. Samueil Kinzle died this morning at 5 o'clock at the family residence in Adamsboro. The time of the funeral will announced tomorrow. Samueil Shaver, a recently discharged! Panhandle engineer, left today ton Livingston, Montana, lio take cheirge of a locomotive on the Northern Pacific railroad. Tbe iuneral of the late Otto Voss will be held Thursday. It has not yet baea decided whether the services will be held at .the residence or church. Rev. /TirmensCeln will officiate.. The |i;ame of "living checkers," to be gicen under the auspices of Lincoln Circle, ladies of the G. R., han been postponed on account of the meetings In all the churches. —Chairman of Committee. J. P. Sebastian went to Indianapolis today to be present at the opening of the engagement there of the Bostonlan Opera company, of which his daughter, Mrs. Stella Sebast lan-MoClure, is a member. EmtToJdery trimmed corset covers, JOc; embroidery trimmed drawers, 19c; nightgowns, 25c; lace trimmed gowns, 39c; special ones at 49c, 75c and 99«; skirts, special value, 25c,49o, 75c an<:l 99o. This sale is cash.— Trade Palace. Wm, C. Loree, superintendent of malnt(inance-ot-*ay of the Indianapolis livlsion of the Panhandle, and who formerly held a similar position on the Chicago division, with head- quarteis in Logansport, was in the city laiit night and today visiting old friend:!. The Ladles' Social Circle of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. S. B. Kerlin, corner of Helm and Cicott streets, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Roll ca'J at 2:30, followed by business of Importance, as this is the first meeting of the present year. The president hereby earnestly requests every memb<;r to be present at roll call. On last Sunday thirty of the frlenfin of Mr. Jind Mrs. Joslah Hinkle, residing south oJ the city, called on them unexpectedly and the surprise proved a most enjoyable one. It was occasioned by the 25th anniversary ol the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Hinklo. The self-invited guests carried wall-filled baskets and an elaborate dinner was served. The happy couple was also the recipients of many teiutlful presents. As D(!inocr«iilc State Central Com iiiltieemin fur the Eleventh District. Resolutions Passed by the Cass County Mass Convention Adopted by the restrict Convention. Log'ansport was well represented at the Democratic district convention of the Eleventh Indiana congressional district, which met In the city of Pern today. The six counties were represented by their full quota of delegates, as follows: Caas, 24; Grant, 25; Howard, 16; Huntincrton, 19; Miami, 18; Wabash, 14; total, 11U. The business was to select a member ol! th:! Democratic Statej Central committee for the Eleventh district the candidates being thej present incumbent, 8. E. Cook,| ot Hunt ington; Dr. M. T. Shively, of Marion,andJT.C, McReynolds,of Kokomo, At 9:45 this morning the Cass county delegation^ the "Peru ccolT- vention boarded the" Wabash train. It was a fine body of forty members and represented every township and waid In the county. On arrival at Peru no time was lost and the convention was convened at 11 o'clock in the court house. Hon. D. D. Dykeman, of this city, was made ctoairman,and W. B. Westlake, of Marlon, secretary of the convention. The three candidates mentioned above were lihen placed in nomination . Six ballots were taken and the ast resulted in the selection) of Dr. Shively, of Marion, his vote being tio jo 50 given Mr. Cook. Dr. Hattery represented the committee on resolutions, which were almost exactly word for word the same as those adopted at Saturday's ionvention In Ibis city. It was decided that the convention to be held at Wabash, to nominate a candidate for congress, should be held at a date to be later agreed upon. The new committeeman Is 50 years of age. He is an active and enthusiastic Democrat, a man of splendid character, and has excellent ability as an organizer. Being a roan of means, he will be able to give the position the time and attention it needs. The same enthusiasm prevailed at Pern as at onr Saturday meeting, and the party In this district presents an unwavering front. The forces of Democracy are being excellently manned and the campaign of 1398 will close with success perched ttpon her banner. Tine Reorganized Citizens' Band. Tbe Citizens' band met last night and reorganized as follows: Robert iramer, corntt; Thomas McElheny, first cornet; Fred Cramer, solo clarinet; Charles Grusenmeyer, first clarinet; John Rose, alto; John Dunfcle, alto; Cyrus Vigas, baritone; Norman Bntz, trombone; Peter Jolly, bass, Robert Denbo, tenor drum; Fred Vance, bass drum. Several positions yet remain va- ant, and any one who desires admission should apply at once. Electric Light Bills Reduced. We have a regulator that you can turn up or down incandescent lights the same as gas. Saves current. For sale by Mutual Telephone company. The Weather. Rain or snow tonight and Wednesday; lower temperature Wednesday. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiK,dillCA(H), 1893 AN ARTISTIC SUCCESS. The Korn Karniyal Caught the Pec pie Last Sight. But the Bad Weather Prevented a Large Attendance. Time after time has the mus leal talent of this city essayed the cask of building up a band that would be a credit to the city. Failure has followed failure. Perhaps petty jealousies and bickerings within the ranks had their effect in disoandlng the organizations in some instances. But In the majority It was a lack of appreciation In the shape of "coin"tbat caused them to pass away into local band history. This is to be regretted. But the trials and tribulations of the past should be a lesson.Now that our citv has grown to one of importance its dignity and prestige can in no better way be advertised than by a well organized and equipped military band. Such is the Elks band of today. It is composed of first-class musicians and it is under the leadership of a man who is a thoroughbred artist in his line. The two combinations have worked together and produced one of the finest bands in Indiana. But all this work must have a financial foundation. The boys have oever asked for charity. It is not their purpose to do so now. They wish to give value for value received, and in introdvicing to the public their korn karnival they certainly do this In all respects. The bad weather of last evening, and the fact that the karnival continues a week, no docbt deterred many from being in attendance on the opening night. The visitor will be agreeably surprised at the manner In which the usually bare Interior of the rink has been transformed into a bower oil artistic beauty. It is indeed a corn palace. Booths are arranged about the vast auditorium and one can profitably let nose of small change at these places of business, all articles sold being useful as well as ornamental. The programme last evening was as follows: March—"Korn KarnlTai"—Band. Overture—"Silver Bell"—Band. Opening address—Mayor McKee. Selection—"Gay Old Boy"—Band. Piano solo—Max Mattes. Selection—"Hunting Scefie"—Band. Violin solo—Chas. Cope. Waltz—"Land of My Dreams"— Band. All the selections were first-class and rendered in an artistic manner. The individual efforts were heartily applauded and caught the audl- nce. To praise one was to praise all. Altogether the opening night was one which caught on and many expressed their intention of_'paylng the karnival a second visit. It will continue until tbe 18th, and right now is the time for our citizens to show their appreciation of musical enterprise—to encourage the maintenance of the reputation which the boys have established and which will 'edound to the glory and renown of Logansport. Remember, the price of admission is so small that you will never misi it, and think of the good it will achieve. Ten cents admits you to an veniog of pleasure and profit. Tonight's entertainment will be even better than that-of last evening, although we confess that we can scarce- 7 conceive of room for improvement. Hones Bringing Better Prices. Horse sales are now of monthly oc- urrence in the various towns and cities of the state. A noticeable feature of the market Is that prices are steadily on the upward trend. Just now, however, an animal may be purchased at a lower price than six or eight weeks hence, when spring operations on the farms create a demand for horses. Of late yearn the standard of horse flesh in Gass county has risen to first rank, and farmers are taking gr«at interest in breeding to good stock. It would be difficult to find in uhe larger citles-better animals Bhan those owned by some of our business rnen and the number Is on the increase. Late Funerals. The funeral of the late Mrs, Emma Goldy was held today at 10 o'clock from the First Presbyterian church, Rev. Putnam officiating. Interment in Mt. Hope cemetery. The remains of the late James Atwood, ot Washington township, were interred! this morning at 11 o'clock in the Shideler cemetery, the services being held at the Stone school house. Yolnfliteers of America. A special Gospel service will be held at the iimory tils evening at 7:30. Good music and singing. Captain Mnrphy will speak. Subject: 'Who are Tramps?" Ail Invited. Admission free. .THE. Read wliat John Gray has to say about bed (spreads la hi* corner. It will paj yon. Grandest Remnant Clearance Sale Ever Inaugurated in Logansport Opens at the Golden Rule . . . WEDNESDAY MORNIN6, JANUARY 12TH AT 8 A. I, Never in the history of the Golden Rule hare we had such aa accnraalatien ot Remnants as thi past year and as it always has been otir custom from year to year, to make a grand sweep of all Kemnanta Odds" and Ends at this period after stock clearing we have institated the most Remarkable Bargain Feas ever your good fortune to attend. Every item you will find a GREAT BARGAIN. AH are display* on our counter and marked Kegardless of cost. "Be sure and attend if you like Bargains. Remembe Wednesday meriting, January 12th. It commences at THE GOLDEN RULE. SEE LARGE POSTERS FOR PARTICULARS. Helenblazes! That's what the man said when his laundry came home yellow, orn and faded. Then he concluded to try MARSHALL'S LAUNDRY, and his linen was returned _ as white as snow and without being torn in the least. Call up phone 110 and have our wagon stop for your work. RAILROAD BREVITIES. Short Items of Interest (fathered From Many Sources. In the last five montns the Wabash aas reduced its floating debt Irom $800,000 to 1400,000. fc. D. Gamble, a Panhandle fireman, Is off duty on account of injuries sustained while at work. The trunk lines have notified agents at stations that hereafter the rules regarding excess baggage must be more strictly enforced. Trainmaster May and Yardmaster Larger, of the Panhandle, are at Columbus, Ohio, today attending a conference of trainmasters and yardmasters of the Panhandle lines. The jurisdiction ot E. A.. Gould, superintendent of the Wabash's eastern division, has oeen extended to the mechanical department, and the master mechanic of that division will hereafter report to Mr. Gould instead oftoJ.B. Barnes, superintendent ot motive power. A few months ago common stock of the Panhandle sold at 20 cents on the dollar, and when it rose to 25 cents Pittsburg holders dropped it. On Saturday it sold for 41 cents on the dollar, and stock of the Pennsylvania railroad company at 158 per ahare, the shares being $50 each. In both cases prices are above the best of 1897. A Butler dispatch says: "A corp? of Wabash surveyors are laying out a line of road from Montpeller, Ohio, to Toledo, making it a Chicago ar.d Toledo air line, striking the Lake Shore air line at or near Wauseon and then paralleling that line to Toledo, or else south to their Toledo and St. Ljuisllne. The road will probably be built in the early spring. 'The Faultless Christ" Will be the subject considered by H. C. Kendrick tonight at the Ninth street Christian church. The audience last evening was large. The music, conducted by C. M. Filmore, was an Interesting feature of the services. The church extends an invitation to one and all to attend these services. HOLIDAY Shoes and Slippers The handsomest, and best assortment of CHRISTMAS Shoes and Slippers ever shown in the city. Patent Leather PKid, 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. THR TAILORS Can Suit You in Style and Prices. Annual Gas Rates RTIF'ICIAL and Natural Gas Bills are >A now due and payable at the company's •* *• office. Natural Gas Consumers desiring to avail themselves of the Annual Rate, commencing January 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging forsame. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. rilVE THEM FITS. ; That's what: you'll get if I make your clothes. making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from $1 to $40.00 H - G. 'Tucker. Tailor, 4th ««»Broad**; THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . . .FOR THE.. . Blood, Stomach Liver and Kidney Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. A GUARANTEED CURE ... FOR... Dysp.psia, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney [Complaints, j Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Catarrh, ^ferrous Debility, Sick He Loss of Appetite, Blotches, Pimples. Scrofula, Erysipelas. Salt Rbenm, Eczema, "Weak Back, Fever Ague and all other Diseases arising from Impurities of the Blood or Derangement of the Nervous System. Price 26 Cents, PREPARED BY THE THOMPSON HEKB TEA Cfll NEW YORK,

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