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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                IF YOU READ The papers you will learn that the Tariff on Plushes has Advanced 25 per cent Our Complete Stock of Cloaks was bought before the advance and we will con tinue to sell at the old prices You will save money by purchasing early TRINITY CHURCH Golden Rule Dry Goods House GO TO B H A1LY PHAROS SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1890 OITY JACOB HERZ THE TAiLOR pit y ou n 4O9 MarketSt New Stone Front HOW flBDUT THflT FOR Oygterg pigh Cranberries Celery potatoes In tact Anything in Our Line We will fill It promptly Try our Saddle Rock Oysters POLE Y The Grocers IA S Is EXTRA PALE one fof the Purest and Best Products made anywhere in the Country On Tap at all Sample Rooms in the city tox to all parts of the city for Family Use Delivered by the SOL1D Teaspoons Coffeespoons New SilverPlated Ware New Btsrry Dishes An entire new line of Waters Clocks and Jewelry All Goods Engraved Free at D T A Y Lx O R New Jewelry Store 3O9 4th St Repairing a Specialty WHITSEXTS Domestic The People of Cass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sewinp Machine that skives such good satisfaction The people know we them on excellent terms so tht he poor haves a Domestic ts well as the rich The peopie know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind of Seving Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr J LIE1ME1MANN The Tailor Hearts of Oak nt the opera house this evening E C Pollard of Delphi ii registered at the Jchnston John Hamburg of Delphi is in the eity visiting friends Three teachers were siamined by Supt Searight today Frankfort sausage at Rothertsels cor ner Twelfth and Spear street Stamp the square to the left of the title of the Democratic ticket Fresh pork sausnge at Rothermele cornei Twelfth and Spear street For great bargains in buggies go to Talbott Randolph 310 Broadway Mr and Mrs John M Koons will de part for Springfield Mo next week November 9ih will be observed a children s day in tho English Lutheran church Fresh pork sausage at Rolherraelp corner Sixth and Broadway for this evenings trade Mr J N HoEEer nnd Miss Fannie 1 i Isri have returned from a weeks visit wiiii Chicago fricids Col Montgomery was sent to jail for ten days by Mayor Cullen this morning for indulging in a plain drunk Same goods same patterns in Wilson Bros underwear 50 cents less than fur nishfrs prices at Otto Kunus The laboringmau who votes the Re publican ticket this year votra t the interests of his home and family P W Moore went to Qosniii iliy to joiu his wife who is visiting rtiiirs in that citv ThBy will return Mnndy Mr and Mrs C W Finch eutiriained a large party of friends last nigh at their residence on North Thirteenth streets Galveston News Mrs Tillie Davis has gone to Logangport to spend a few weeks after which she will go west for about five months The AVabash company has two gravil trains running out of Peru getting the Eel Elver division in ahape for the new business that is soon to be run over it Mr 0 C Guryin of tho New York comedy company now playing in this city took the third degree in the K P lodge after the performance last evening Miss Surah Apple who removed with her parents form Jackson township last summer to Oregon died on October 7th The change of climate did her no good The Peru Journal says that there is a strong feeling in that city in favor of closing the public schools owing to the prevalence of diphtheria in a malignant form Mr George W Conwell a successful business mun at Galveston was married on the evening ot Oct 19th to Miss ioutha Howard daughter of Mr T Howard Broadway Presbyterian church Rev E 8 Scott pastor Preaching at a m and 7 p m Sunday tchool at a m Christian endeavor meeting p m You are cordially invited Pastor Putnams subject at the First Presbyterian church tomorrow morning will be Ourselves the Best Gift In the evening his subject will ba An AuJ tumn Leuf a Welcome for All Henry Stauffer died at his home near Galveston on October 12th aged 91 years He had resided in Cass county only a few years but was a man highly respected and for sixty rears was a con sistent church member The ladies in charge of the cooking school are especially indebted to Mr William Douglass and son for the grati tioua use of their building the press o the city for liberal rates and the public in general for favors extended A chair car on the Wabash train due here at in the forenoon on the Wa bash road caught fire and was entirely destroyed near Springfield Ills on Thursday The cause of the fire is not known The train wns delayed two hours XtiMHion Services to JBestn T Millers Address Irosraraime To Our Fellow Christians and Citizens of object of these ser vices is to enlighten the conscience and deepen the spiritual life of those who at tend them They are mot for the mem bers of Trinity church only but for all who choose to come Sermons will be preached and instruction given by the missioner at each meeting on subjects of persona religion ami Christian belief and practice There are many in OUT city who from various causes have allowed themselves to become estranged from God and neg lectful of their religious privileges and their Christian duties All of us need at times a special call to awaken our sleep ina consciences and to keep us steadfast in our Christian purpose The object of the mission is to meet this need Will you therefore nut only come to these services yourself but use your influence to have others come If you are a Christian believer corre that you may be confirmed and strength ened in your religious life If you are an unbeliever if religious doubts and skeptical tendencies have rafsed a barrier between yourself and God come that your doubts may be re moved If you are of the many who have merely allowed themselves to drift away from God and to become indifferent to their Christian vows then come that your old faith and love may be revived before it is too late Very maoy in our midst it seems are hindered in resorting freely to Trinity church by feelings of strangeness and possibly utter discouragements therefore however unnecessary in fact this reserve may be as respects the generous spirit of the people of Trinity church one further object of the mission is to illusiratein the fullest possible manner the welcome al wa3S awaiting any and all who will re sort lo this house of God and share its blessings As one who has now for years en deavored to commend himself to this whole community as your friend in Christ and as not knowing anything among you save Jesus Christ and Him crucified I ask your aid and participa tion in an effort carefully and prayer fully designed not only to help and bless my own parishioners but also to be a power for good among all our people Faithfully your friend B F MILLER Rector a fracture of rght leg at the ankle besides being otherwise bruised Mr Pratta limbs were badly sprained and bruised Both gentlemen were brought ADDITIONAL ITEMS to this city and placed under tbe care of a surgeon HOW THEY DO IT Pound Officer Murphy took up a horse on the Northside today Mr W A of Delphi wsa in the city yesterday Catawba grapes at Rothermels corner Twelfth and Spear street The KcpnMicnn Candnlntrs Hoi iliac i Robert A Vernon and May Gardner Experience tlcetincs have been licensed to wed The Republicans of Cass county are conducting one of the most peculiar cam paigns ever heurd of As the evening shadows begin to lengthen and darkness approaches the candidates steal away to some appointed ren dezvous where an in the experience Mr James Shmn has returned from a ten days visit with Chicago friend Fair and cooler weather is predicted for this locality up to S a m tomorrow Henry Weber the tailor is building himself a home ia Johnsons Westside THE out townships I addition meeting is held Hud McKee very wisely refused lo ac There is hand shaking and silence for an cept Thomas The doc hour or more Then the meeting begins by tbe candidates iulroJuuiuir one anolher This is the funny part of tbe programme One candidate will get up and tell his good qualities and then another one will get up and tell what a uice fellow he is A Democrat who at tendee one of these meetings says the proceedings were belter than a circus After all the candidates present have given their experience then they scatter and eacn one begins to look out for him self BUSY BEE HIVE SGKvrCEil OF TFliS SUNDA fs Services at fie nsuul liours Sunday October aiti especially for children lurgo nnd small m Sunday November 2nd addrcsa to men only at 3 to p HI WEEK DATS a Morning prayer followed by medi tations rn Services with instructions to true life pm Tbe ujiSrion services with sermon and ilf er tneetiiur aud October9thand31st short servcis nnd addresses to chudvon HOLY CUMMCTNION Sundays nnd 11 13 n m week days A Statement Iii when liepublican County Commissioner ChuEe aud Republican Auditor Carson retired from office Cass county owed in bonds and county orders outstanding making a total debt of Since that lime the county has built worth of bridges built a new court house and furnished the same at a cost of SGO000built a soldiers monument at the coat of expended in enlarging the orphans home expended for ground adjoining the jail yard These improvements aggregate 500 aud sire ot a substantial character that will last for years At the present time the cuinty debt is less than in 1883 These figures indicate that there is something to show for tbe peoples money Not a dollar of public funds has been misappropriated by the Democratic man agement of Cass county 308 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts A W Stevens the contractor esti mates tbat he will have completed the connection between the Xortbside wells aioJ the water works within the next thirty dsys Logsnsport water con sumers will then be supplied with pure spring water The wholesale houses are daily reiter ating the fact that Clothing has gone up Boots and shoes have frone up Tin and tinware has gone up Hardware has gone up Dry goods haye gone up Wages have not gone ap McShecUys Advice to liiller The Chronicle editor who is a Repub licnn says of Newt Jliller the Repub lican candidate for sheriff that his action in tho school house insurance matter that he is a poor business man and lacks common business prudence a qual ity so essential to a safe business man The voters of Cass county well know that a poor business man will make a mighty poor Commenting upon the above item the Chronicle of today says A man who has over SI000 in his possession as a trust and fails to perform the duties im posed on him by said trust entailing a loss of hundreds of dollars to the tax pay ers is not a safe business man The proper course for Miller to pursue is to pay tbe loss caused by hi own nejli gence la no other way will the taxpay ers of hia township be satisfied This is not a matter of politics but business Miller baa yet a chance to redeem him self by replacing the money lost by his carelessness and quit playing the baby act Will he do it We shall see Aotice I O O r All members of Gottsrd ladge Xo 574 Logan lodge Xo 40 and Eel River lodge No 417 I OOF are requested to attend the funeral of Brother William Eckert Monday October 37th at 1 oclock at lodce room and at 2 oclock at residcnco The police force are also in vited to attend in a body FRED HEPFE Secy A OcfectiTc Scaffold This morning while John R Prattthe Market street wall paper man and W S Paden engaged in papering the Spring Creek church ia Clay township the scaffold upon which they were standing gave way precijntatiag them to the floor Mr Paden sustained ATTENTION DEMOCRATS i Iraelice JHeetincH Changed to Thurs day Oct 3Oth A it is desirable that every Democrat in Cass county ehould understand the provisions of Indianas jtew election law it has bsendecided best to hold practice meetings in the various voting precincts in order to make the workings plain to one and all Such meetings will take place on THURSDAY Ocr 30 1890 At 2 oclock in the afternoon except in the city of Logansport which will be held at oclock in the evening of the same day At all of such meetings sample slate and county tickets will be provided also rubber stamps and pads and the manner of stamping your ballots and folding the same will be plainly explained by your cominitteernan or some one competent to do so It is earnestly desired that these meet ings attended by every Democratic voter as many mistakes nre liable to be made and consequently many ballots thrown out if voters do not fully under stand the new law Tbe meetings will be held at curb and every one of the 41 voling precmcls of the county at the time indicated Voters should go to their own votmtr precinct By doing so they will lefini the first les son under the new they are to vote Respectfully V C HAXAWVLT Chairman Dem Cen Committee Humility to Jnbor Organizations The hostility nf combined capital to organized labor has been rendered more defiant by the monopoly of the home market given to manufacturers by the rrew tariff In a morocco leather factory in Brooklyn as reported by a protection organ 200 workmen were locked out be cause suspected of belonging to the Knights of Labor And n member of the firm sanctioned the action saying he should have to forfeit ID the Manufacturers association if lie cm plo ed a Knight of Lsbor Tbe wages have been lowered from to per token of the high tariff pros perity Another protection organ had a report of a big strike among the silk dyers of Palerson because tha company discharge workmen who were organiz ing a labor union Anl so it goes wilh election less than two weeks off There is no protection to labor and the protected lords would if they could suppress every labor organization iu the country The tariff has been increaied about 50 per cent and nearly all protected articles such as are used by the laboring classes are going up in price Where is there a protected manufacturer who hat increased the wages of the men he em ploys Jyot only is there no increase in wages but the protected lord1 are al ternating to break up the lakor organiza tions that have been formed to maintain wages Protected corporations have no souls The protected lords secure bounties from the goverment ami they do not want laboring men to osk any share of their profits tor is loaded J D Johnston A C Barnett and Mr McLaughlia went to the country today in search of game The young son of Marshal Deau who vras injured by the cars a few days ago is resting casv today The McKinley bill increases the prices of nearly all protected articles but it does not increase wages While plume celery only 23 ceota at Kothermels corner Twelfth aud Spear and Sixth aud Broadway Stamp the square to the left of thetille of the Democratic ticket The rooster is the Democratic insignia Adolpb Mohn returned from a comraer cial trip to the nurtuern part of the stale j lo day and reports trade good j Judge McConnell commences his regu lar term Nov 3rd 1890 his commission being aix years from that dale Morning sermon at English Lutheran church tomorrow Christ Our Model Evening AH Uudor Sin All invited H J M Select aud solid tub oysters at Rothermel6 corner Sixth and Broad way and Twelfth and Spear for this evenings trade Mrs Jerome ot Peru and sister of Petersburg Ills are in the city visit ing their brother Isaac Baer of the Bee Uive and friends Of course Otto Kraus sells Wilson Bros underwear 50 cents leas than fur nishers same goods same patterns same boxes same numbers While sitting at the lupper table last evening May the young daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Klinsick fell from a chair aud cut a gash in her head F Morchell of Lafayette C Dun can of Terre Haute E V Doualdaon of Maiioti and F U Mores of Fort Wayne are registered at the Barnelt The Democracy of Cass couuty is be coming thoroughly aroused There are many farmers who will vote the Demo cratic ticket this year the first lime Regular services at the Christan church j to morrow at 11 a m and 7 p m Sun day school at a m aud young peo ples meeting at p 111 All invited Col Montgomery so far forgot kimseif Two thousand pairs ot white grey and scarlet Blankets You can buy a good clean pair Blankets of us for 85 cents a heavy all wool 4x10 scarlet blanket for We are agents and have in Stock a com plete line of the celebrated Minneapolis Blankets the softest downiest and prettiest Blankets in the world Our Prices are always the Lowest Call on WILER WISE 315 Fourth Street for Blankets of every description When You Want an Elegant Fitting OR Made to Order Call on me I Can Sava You Money J HOOLE1Y the yesterday as to steal a box of cigars from Drilti sample room The theft was soon discovered and ihe colonel macii to dis gorge S Perry of Fort Wayne are among laic arrivals at tbe Murdoch The of ibe state agsiust Frank Ben iiim for obtniuinc money under false pretnses is CD trial before SquireSmith as Ibe Pharos froua to press Bending is charged with obtaining of D C U Chi upon forced wheat checks Ocnth of William Eckort William Eckert died at oclock last night at his home on Bates street Westside of consumption aged 55 years The funeral will be held at 2 p m Mon day from the residence under the aus pices of Gotthard iodge No 574 I O O F of which organization he was an hon ored member The deceased leaves a wife and four children He was for a number of years a faithful and efficient member of Ihe Logansport police force but wag compell ed to retire from duty something over a year ago on accouiit of the dread disease which caused his death la hia death the community loses a good citizen and tne Democracy a faithful party worker JMvorce Cases Dismissed j The following divorce cases were disj missed in the circuit court yesterday j Thomas B Shipley vs Susau Shipley Louisa Hare vs John J Hare Harriet L Steoie vs Thomas J Steele aud Carj oline Csssman vs Theodore Cassman i A ailftil ModARlil A party of fishermen returned home from tbe Cut Off three below Ga lena Ills where they had been angling since early uioming with splendid suc cess These particular of Wal ton not only secured an abundance oi black bass salmon pike and suiifish but brought back with them the most decided curiosity in the sliape of an oviparous monstrosity ever witnessed in this city It was no less tlian double headed snake pare and indisputable and Hcv Dr ScbGllnud Rev A Stewart llKitniau f Baltimore secretaries re spectively of ibe boards of foreign and The usual services at the j honie missions of the Lutheran church street M E church tomorrow Preachj arrived in lowu Ibis eveuiig and will iug at a iii and 7 p m by the owuny the pulpit of Kv A B MHO pastor Epworth League prayer meeting j Mucltin tomorrow uioruiny at Mr Andrew gcbaefer is improving nis business property on Broadway re cently vacated by Aodj Welch Tbe floor is being lowered and the interior refinished Wm Bennett better Unowu as the Kansas Clycloue will speak at the rink at 2 p m and 7 p m oa Wednes day October His address will be on temperance The fortylour election booths ordered of tbe Indianapolis Sentinel company by the county commissioners arrived this mrning aod are being distributed to the proper authorities Fornoffs orcbastra furnished music for a swell hop at Marion last night given in honor of Walter K Landia who was until recently connected with the Chronicle of that rity Elizabeth Vernon wife of H Verrion died today at 6 a m at lier home in Jefferson township aged 60 years Funeral at 11 a m Sunday from the Crooked Creek Christian church Christian science services will be held in the Universalist church tomorrow afternoon at the following hours Head ing services at 3 oclock and bible lesson at 4 oclock All are welcome to these services Tbe pony belonging to R B Whitsett did not fall dead in front of the Barnett hoiije yesterday assisted in the Journal The animal is 30 years of age and is sub ject to fits lit suffered an attack yes terday but recovered Charles A Kelly of Terre Haute Georue I Kacock of Lftfayetts B C Moore of Kokomo George Norton of Peru R Hodgin of Richmond and W Wliat In In it Knmr A young lady visiting in Losvell a good story of one of tLoee rare coinci dema8 that first surprise wid then most inevitably amuse Her sister who went to Colorado for tbe benefit of her health was sojourn ing at Manitou and thorw one day fell Into conversation with 1 on tho piazza of the hotel They had not met ixfore They were admiring together the snow clad pyramid of Fifes towering in majesty before them piercing the blue of tho empyrean with its shaft ot glitter ing white They agreed that never be fore had a more beautiful and inspiring sight uiit their eyes I suppose at length remarked the gentleman smiling that the mountain has a peculiar interest to me from the fact that my name is Pike Naturally it would retturned the Yuly and I may eay that my own en thusiasm is gieatly due to the fact that my name in and it Citizen THE MARKETS closol May October Mar opened 2 October opeued f ember ojHiacd CBICAOO Oct 14 Quotations on tbe of a monster serpent at that of the moc were as October opened casin variety its length beng little short Uecember of five feet its circumferenco aronacl the thickest part of its body eight plump Tbe serpent wis killed near the wa ters edge by Capt Leo Htit au iatrepicl old eoldiiir who was fiercely attacked by the reptile and would no doubt have been severely bitten had it not his prowess as a marksman und the ra pidity with which he drew his revolver from his pistol pocket and fired a couple of balls in rapid succession into the body of his dangerous Louis GlobeDemocrat iirl opvms 1 clotted 4 43o l Ot JtUlVMTf Vulue of Oltl Along with n laiit jearM birds nest do men rate a back number newspaper yell civilization fiuils more uses for the latter than a Chinese cook for tue former Al meet every one has heard that a newspaper spread between the Bed blankets affordn more protection from cold than an addi tional blanket and without adding thu uncomfortable weight of the latter But have a bit of domestic economy practiced by a tramp so clever as to make this one paJe He wrapped his feet in newspapers of which he hail plenty in lieu of stockings of which he had none Will that keep your feet warm I asked Better than all wool hose answered and truthfully AH a cbest protector a folded paper under tbe vest will ward od pneumoniaGood Housekeeping 75 1 S1V77H Lar1 October Iivi SIMK M k Markot fiirly active lota stktr lower li lit lt rougn iijx d I eavy pact ill and hbpln lots O irodur ptrator 2Sc per Ex line cream nneot I oij per Live poultry Chickens hens and eprioff per tt turkeys Choice to per bu otitoat Ihiuoia ffreeu York NEW YORK Oct No 2 nU winter cath Jo December clo January ilj8 No 2 roJlutf Me casii iKNineiulwr SSUc do December Oatsyniet tut steady No mlled ciuh in Nov mher do December W4 do lanuary 5fc Kye and Nomjua Steady and moderately tive mess JI Uncbaagrd UveBlook Cattle Market active M an aW vance of 10 1X to steere V lf and dry cows Sliep Market dull at unchanged pri 5SO 9 100 Ibs Hnn Market light If ve ban V in Ss A Brothers Crime was presented to a full house a Dolans last night by W C Tirriils comedy company Bert Small of the Journal drew the dinner j set Two Irish Hearts drew another large audience at the matinee Hearts of Oak will bs given to Chicago Mail Charles A Gardner j and company opened at the Hay market I last night in Faiheriand to a packfd house The popular comedian was apj pauded to the echo aa the pro j gressed the musical features of the j piece being especially well received At Wednesday evening j The Official Report of Gen Hurst Ohio Food Commissioner shows ROYAL the purest Baking Powder Every other Baking Powder tested contained impurities from i oil 8 per cent to 8623 per cent of their entire weight   

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