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January 29, 1898

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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DAILYPHAEOS SATURDAY. JAN. 29, 1898. GFTYNRWS. Tonight only, eggs 15c dos—Traut. Monday only—large bottles ammonia 5c per bottle.—Traut. J. B. Sklniaer went to Indianapolis today to spend Sunday. One-half off from former prices on all cloaks at tlae Golden Rule. Mra. Joseph Craig has returned t roB a month's visit at Wabash. The "Hearthstone" company left sib 7:50 this morning tor Marion. W. B. Smith-has greatly improved the interior of his harness store. D. J. Toothill of Kokomo was a guest last night at the New Murdocfc. See our 500 bottle display of ammonia «n sidewalk Monday.—Traut. Miss Mary Murphy, of Rockfield, Ind., is visiting her brother, Prof. 11. W. Murphy. Mrs. M. W. Murphy, who has been quite 111 for the last two weeks, i« reported much better. Attend jardlnere sale Monday and Tuesday. f 2 and $2.50 ones only $1.25—Trade Palace. In passing Strecker's bakery, take notice of the fine window display of all kinds of fancy cakes and pies. Fried oysters, roast chicken and potato salad for lunch tonight at Dan Brown's sample room on Third street. A newspaper under- the editorial management of Will Rice will be established at Camden on the 1st of March, Peru Journal:- Mrs. R. S. Gleason is in Loganeport visiting her mother, Mrs. Terrenes Cunningham, who is very sick. Mrs. Walker and two children, who have been visiting the family of Geo. W. Walters, returned yesterday to Shelbyville. Richmond Item: Mrs. C. S. Jones, of Logansport, arrived Thursday afternoon to spend a few days with friends here. Those for whom Lent has any terrors will have less than a month for galtles, as Asa Wednesday arrives on the 23rd of February. The engagement of a leading young business man of Logansport and the daughter of a prominent attorney Is known to a few of their friends. The Chicago boys gathered in here by the police on Wednesday night were released yesterday from jail on the promise that they would return home. Revival meetings will commence this evening at the Fairview U. B church in Bethlehem township. The services will be conducted by Rev. Grimes. Through the efforts of D. C. Justice, his hostler, Frank Hempler, a German boy, will soon receive a neat sum from the estate of a deceased uncle in the Father Land. Lafayette Courier: Alma Martin, a dizzy and drunken blonde from Logansport, was taken from a Wabash train today and lodged in jail by Patrolmen Haas and Washburn. James Kirtley, the Benton county treasurer, who" is supposed to have committed suicide in his office re- recently, was short in his accounts •15,000. He left property valued at *10,000, and also thirty bondsmen. The following new students hate teen enrolled at the Logansport Commercial high school: Gayjord W. Beale, Burrows; Burt Fitzer, Margaret Schaniuger, Harry McGowen, Elmer Congdon, Mrs. W. I. Souearer and Floyd Moon, city. The Ohio oil company has filed an additional brief in the Supreme court in the natural gas waste oaser. It argues thei proposition that oil and gas belong to owners of land beneath which they are found, even before the owners have brought them to the top of the ground. Lafayette Courier: Herman Mueller of Logansport, *»s yesterday the guest of his brother, George L. Mueller, of Eleventh street.... Miss Emma Burgman, of Logansport, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Lange. Bessie B:ays, of Logansport, is • the guest of Mr. acd Mrs. Charles Gray. Carroll County Citizen: Fish Com missloner Sweeny and his deputy, John Hildebi-andt, of Logansport, are arranging to stock the Wabash river with bass from the mouth as far as the big Logansport dam. The variety of bass to be used is known as the "Monthora," and it is probable that the work will be done in the spring as soon as possible. • An entertninment will be given by the Brotherhood" of St. Andrew, Wednesday evening, at the home of H C Grajjiain, No. 1115 Market street, for the benefit of the Trinity EpiBcopal church. It will consist of a musical program and picture sale. -The pictures are reproductions of fa- monB works of art, which were recently published by the Ladies'Home Journal, Among those who will take T,art in the musical program are •Misses Miriam McMullen, Margaret Maeee, Florence Alexander, James Murphy- M« Mattes and Charles Burke. DR. POWELL OUT. Witt W. Moss Elected to Guard the Elephant. The Republican Count/ Cetifral Committee Reorganized and Readj for Contribntions. The members of the Republican County Central committee elected last Saturday, met at the council chamber this afternoon and effected an organization by the election of the following officers: Chairman—W. W. Moss, Yice Chairman—George Gamble. Secretary—George W. Walters. Treasurer—B. F, Keesliug. All the. officers were elected by a unanimous vote. Dr. J. Z. Powell, who served as chairman, of the committee for tbe past four years, declined to serve another term, assigning as a reason that he could no longer give li.!s time and attention to the duties of the position. Dr. Powell has been a hard worker for the party and It is probable that within the next few weeks he will be rewarded far his services by being made postmaster at Logansport. Mr. Moss, the new chairman, Is trustee of Noble township. He captured lihelcalian vote at Kenneth in 1896 and the chairmanship is perhapj given him aa a reward for tha.t service. The Republicans hope to again capture that vote. But it may be set down that such scenes as occurred in Noble township in 1896 will mot occur again in the neair future. RAILROAD BREVITIES. Short Items of Interest Gathered From Many Sources, The Detroit & Lima Northern will build shops near Detroit. The Pennsylvania, between Cresfj- llne, O., and Ft, Wayne, will soon be double-tracked. The earnings of the Big Four for the third week in January were 124,3520.34, a decrease of 11338.30. The railroads expect to do a goad business to New Orleans ancl Mobile next month on account of the Mardl Gras festivities. Mrs. M. J. Schwartz has moved from Rlverdale to Logansport where her son Curtis has taken a position tw fireman on the Panhandle. O. B. Shafer, a former Panhandle freight brakeman, is now employed on tne Illinois Central railroad, with Headquarters at St. Louis. James Murphy, assistant, baggage- man at the Panhandle station, is ut Quincy, Ills., as a delegate to the Supreme lodge, Court or Honor. Dr. John K. Blackstone, a prominent* physician of Hebron, dropped dead yesterday of apoplexy in the Panhandle station .at that point. An officer of the Big Four says thut the Pennsylvania is building the handsomest and most modern passenger stations at small towns of aciy railroad in the United States. The Golden Gate. special on the Pennsylvania, passing through In- dianapolis.is made up of five Pullme.n cars, well filled. Thia train runs solid from New York to San Francisco. John E. Campbell, of the Yandalla offices at South Bend, has sued the Lake Shore for $10,800 damages for Injuries received at a street crossing, claiming that the train was running in violation of a city ordinance. Twenty-fifth Aanirersarj. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leffert of Miami street were not aware that yesterday marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding until some of their friends called in the evening and gave them a thorough surprise Mrs Leffert proved herself equal to the occasion and served a fine suppar Musio and dancing occupied the remainder of the evening, and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The affair was engineered by the two sons. Seven Old Bams. Seven old bums, John Dumphy, Joe Martlin, Alex. Purcell, John Doe, John Kelly, Mike Ryan and Pat Doyle, were recommitted to jaii this morning by order of the mayor. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAJR.CHICAGO, 1893 SEEYICES AT THE CHURCHES. Topics to be Discussed in the Ptilpits Tomorrow. Northside ¥. B. Church.—Preaching at 2:30 p. m. Rev. G. W.^Lambert, pastor. Bevival meetings will be held next week at tbe Market street M. E. church at 7:30 p.. m. Southside U. B. Church-—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Bev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. Seventh Day Adventist church, 510 Sycamore street, O. S. Hartley, pastor.—Preaching Sunday evening. First Presbyterian mission, 529 Twelfth street—Sunday school every Sunday at 2:45 p. m. All are in- Tited. Market Street M. E. church, Rev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Preaching and revival services at 10:45 «i. m. and i p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. The Southside Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Universalist church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Subject: "Jesus Teaching How to Pray." A welcome to all. Broadway M. E. church, Rev. E. L. Semans, pastor—Class meeting at 9; Sunday school at 9:45, Preaching at 11 a. m. Young people's meeting at « and revival service at 1 p. m. All are cordially Invited to these services. Wheatland .Strett M. E. church, J, K. Wiles,pastor.—Sabbath scnoo at 9:30 a. m. Preaching and-reception of members at 10:45^. m. Children's revlvttl,;2:15 p. m. Epworth League, (>:15jp- m. Sermon and revival services, 7 p. m. English Lutheran church, B.. E. Shaner, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Subject, "Songs of Deliverance." Junior C. E. at 3:30; Senior Endeavor, at 6:15 p. m. Evening services at,7 p. m. Subject, "My Soul," All are welcome. -: Ninth street Christian church,Rev. H, C. Kendrick, pastor.—Sunday school at 9:30 a. o m.; preaching a,t 11 a. m.; C. E. at S p. ra., and preaching at 7 p. m. Morning subject, "Jesus Only." Evening, "TheUnlon of Christians for Which .Christ .Prayed." All are kindly invited to these services. Cumberland Presbyterian church, J. W. McDonald, pastor—Services at 11 a. m. and'7:30 p, m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Junior Endeavor, 2:30 p, m. Senior Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Perfect Peace." Evening subject, "A Merry Heart Doeth Good Like a Medicine." All are welcome. Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh,—Morning service with communion and sermon at 11 o'clock a. m. Sermon at Onion hall on Michigan avenue, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. Evening service with sermon at 7 o'clock. Quartette; choir. A welcome to strangers. Broadway Presbyterian church, Rev. W. E, Blederwolf, pastor— Preaching at 11 a. inland 7 p. m. by the pastor. Theme of morning sermon, "How Much Better is Man Than a : Shee??." Evening, "The Prodigal Son's Brother." Special music at the evening service. Other services of the day at usual hours. Baptist church, Rev. F. M. Huckleberry, pastor.—Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Divine service, 13 a. m. Subject, "The Inability of the Law to Save Sinners." Young People's meeting, 6,p. m. Subject, "Aborigines in America," Divine service 7 p. m. Subject, "The Gospel Veiled." The pastor will preach. All are cordially Invited. A MUSICAL ETENT. The Old Secillan Mnsicale Hag Secured the Cpiering Quartette for Next Tnesdaj Mght. The ladies composing the'Ceclllan Muslcale have secured an attraction for the lovers of music in the Spiering Quartette of Chicago, which will give one of their inimitable concerts at the New Mnrdock hotel* 1 * on next Tuesday evening. The tickets issaed will 'be 'limited to 200 and will be sold at 50 cents each, although the entertainment is a $1.00 attraction. The concert is for pleasure rather than profit, and an unexpended balance In the Cecilian treasury will be used to defray tbe expenses. The Spiering Quartette is composed of artists whose merits require the most glowing praisie. •;• Lost. A note given by John Griffin to the undersigned, dated July 23d, 189V, for fifteen dollars, due three months after date. The public is cautioned against purchasing the same, as payment has been stopped. JOHN Q. HZNCH. The Weather. Generally fair tonight and Sunday: warmer Sunday. JACKETS *N D CAPES 12 OFF 12 OFF From Former Prices. Profits no Longer a Consideration. Qtar , Tremendous Stock forces us to make this Great Reduction. WHAT THIS SALE MEANS! " o? former Prices. Either Jacket or Cape. Don't let this chance slip by. Our loss, your gain. Come in and see. THE GOLDEN RULE. ADDITIONAL 1TE1S' Pure wax church candles.—Traut. Six packages rolled oats, 25c—Traut George ;-F. Tomllnson and Anna Smith have beet licensed to wed. Born to Mr., and Mrs. Henry Watterman, colored, of the Westslde, a son. -.;: Sheriff Homburg took |Keeder and Lee to the Jeffersonvllle reformatory last night.. ,, . • • M, J. Bligh has purchased a team of handsome black horses at Lafayette for ueie In delivering goods. Mm. Ktngibary, of Montlcello, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eldridge, otToledo street. . Cy Moon, who was hurt a few weeks ago, is again in charge of a switch in the Panhandle yards. Superintendent Cornell conducted the regular monthly examination of teachers today at»Hall's business college. Mm. Brown, widow of the late John Brown, the cigar maker, is the mother of a boy baby, born this morning. Roast turkey and cranberry sauce served tonight as Frank Downey's saloon by Tony Berg, an expert cook, late of Berlin. Harry Barnes, the contractor and builder, of Linden avenue, is preparing to leave in the spring for the Yukon gold fields. Clay Metzger, a prominent farmer of this county, says that wheat is looking extra well, considering the time that it was sowed. Bit Greensfelder has returned from Lafayette, where he attended the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Leopold Dryfus, held yesterday. J. R. Williams, of Columbus, O.,is a guest of Superintendent Binns and wife, of the Kenneth quarries. Mr. W. is a brother of Mrs. Btnns. Isaac Gulnup, conductor, and Josep'n-Stolz, engineer, both old and welAnown employes of the Panhandle company have been discharged. Staaley Beckwortb, a former well known Panhandle engineer, died Thumday at Colorado Springs. The remains were shipped to Elmlra, N. Y., for burial. Dr. J. W. Holloway will leave tonight for Post Graduate Medical college, New York, to take a three months' course on the diseases of women and children. Remember the Wagner Quartette will sing at the rink the evenings of Feb. 3 and 4. It is the most noted in tbe United States. Tickets, 15 and 25 cents, at Pryor's drug store. The delivery team of Rebwald Bros., the Sycamore street butchers, attempted to run away on Ottawa streets, this afternoon, but the driver pulled them in.to the fence. No damage done. W. W. Blakeslee, tbe Indian, who is attending school at Hall's Business college, is anxious to buy a lot of dogs suitable for use in making the overland trip to the Yukon gold fields. He will visit that country the coming spring. Rev. Coolbaugh has returned from Peru where the Northern Indiana Deanery of the Episcopal shurch held a meeting. The Woman's society also held a meeting there. Rev, Coolbaugh was accompanied by his family. Chirles L. Baker, the carpenter, who was arrested upon the charge of impersonating an officer- and for persecuting Daisy O'Day, an inmate of Biddy Qulnn's resort on Third street, was fined and costed *20. Bond was furnished 07 O. J. Stouffer, Baker's employer. r? Mrs- James Hooley of the South- sid(£received a telegram this morning, informing her of the death of her nephew, John Hayes, aged 9 years, at the St. Joseph hospital in Chicjigo. The remains will arrive tomorrow at 12:30 via the Panhandle, and will be taken to the residence of Mrs; Patrick Lynch, 1*06 Wright street, Deceased is the son of John E. Haye?, formerly of Carroll county. The itime of the funeral has not been decided. THE1 TAILOR Can Suit You in Style and Prices. Hojt's""A Stranger In New York." Hoyt & McKeen's Musical Comedy company, under the personal direction of the firm, will present Hoya's big musical farce, "A Stranger in New^York," here Tuesday nigbt. The production will be made on toe same magnificent scale that has marked its presentation in New York City at I/he Garrick and at Hoyi.'s. Every stick ot scenery us°d in the comedy is carried by the company, the costumes are all costly and new, and the cast is one of unusual excellence. Prominent among the members of the company are Otis Harlfin, the humorous "Hot Stuff" of HoyL's "A Black Sheep;" Wllliim DeVeire, who was seen as the Editor of the Tombstone Inscription In the same comedy, and Anna Boyd, the famous widow of Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown. Volunteers of America. .This eivening at 7:30 a united temperance .rally will be held at the Volunteer's Mission. Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh will address the meeting. Services will be conducted at the mission as follows tomorrow: At 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. At 3 p. m. a Christian conference. Engineer Lougbaugh and others will address the meeting. At 7 30 p. m. a sal- yatlon meeting will be conducted by Captain Murphy. Subject for the evening, "Property, Prospects and Purposes." Good muiic-'at all meetings; The public is invited ttf attend. -' Free Kindergarten. The Logansport Free Kindergarten association is doing a grand work. Two additional schools will be opened Monday morning; one on the Northside, and one on the Southside. Tte Southside school will be opened In the Arnold cooper shop, and will be i n char ;;e of Miss Elizabeth Troutman and Miss Toland. Miss Bertha Hosmer will have, charge of the Northslde school, which will be opened in the Union Sunday school hall, on Michigan avenue. Tbe Mclntosb Case. Argument on the motion for a new trial of the Mclntosh case will be made Monday in,the Circuit court. If the attorneys for the defense have anything new they refuse to divulge it at this time. See Here. You can buy a $5.00 cloak for 12.50. You can buy a $7 50 cloak for I3..75. Yon can buy a *10 cloak for 15.00. Bemember/it's all we ask now is one-half oS from former price on any cloak in the hou?e—Golden Rule. Immaculate .Lxinen Is the mark of tbe gentleman. We keep your linen as it shouli oe. We do the work quickly and us well as modern machinery, pure soap and i^ood workmen aan do it. A postal brings our wagon. Both 'phones 110. Marshall's Laundry, 608 Broadway. CHICAGO MARKETS Can! of Thanks. The members of the Elks' band desire to thank the ladies for their assistance in famishing and conducting the booths at the korn karnlval; also the general public for their liberal patronage and support- Notice to Ministers. The Ministerial association will resume its regular meetings at the Broadway M. E. church Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Received Daily by W. W. Milter, at 6. A. R. Building. Chicago, Jan. 29, 1898. Wheat—For May opened at 97f @97Jc; high, 98c; low, 9<5Jc; closed at 96Jc. Wheat—July opened, 86f@87o; closed, 86Jc. . Corn—May, opened, 29f@2»t«; high, 29{c; low, 29jc; eloied at 20f«. Oats—For May, opened, 24fe; high, 24fc; low,24o: closed at 24Jc. Pork—May opened, »9.J>7; hlgk, $1000; low, $9.97; closed at $1*. ' Hogs—Receipts of hogs 28,000. »i-"' mated receipts -for Monday 38,00t. Hogs for next week 175,00*. Mired, •3.80@5.90; heavy, 13.80(1 tS.tO; rough, »3.55@3 60; light, 13.80^13.87. Market stead/ on hop and csttle. Curb, 96}c; puts, 95 95J; calls, 98J-H; Don't Wait But come now betore sizes u» broken in Shoes and get your Choice of any Shoe in our Store FOR $3.50 CASH - Thi s includes Leather Lined Box Calf, Enamel, Patent Leather, Viei Kid, and Winter All the LatestStyle Toes Best mak«B in the country. Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway.

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