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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 19, 1897, Logansport, Indiana                                HJo stones In Golden Rio Closing out stock Your moneys Rio The Vandalia employes were paid today Tomorrow Foley will sell best email hams for 8ijc Ed Goldthwait of the Marion Chronicle is in the city Organdie dresses 1298 percale dress Palace Miss Grace Tyner is at Kokomo visiting Miss Nellie Moredock Buck Brentlinger is clerking for Johnston Lux the Midway grocers Mr and Mrs J E Sutton have returned from a short visit at De troit J A Hankee and bride have be gun housekeeping on Seventeenth street Miss Virginia Baker of Chicago who visited here went to Winamac Saturday Fifty Logansporters took in the Wabash excursion to Fort Wayne yesterday Pharos subsclptlons are due for tlie month The collectors will call on you tomorrow Linen parasols 75c fancy figured silk parasols 91 choice of all fancy parasols Palace Golden Eio is the best breakfast buverege delicious aroma clear as amber a satisfying cup Try it Henry Paul who was injured by falling from a tree has resumed his position at the Panhandle shops Robt HIehtower of Marlon is here arranging for the admission of his wife into Longclifl hospital for treatment Mrs Louis Henry of Indianapolia and children are visiting the form ers sister Mrs Mark Langton on Bate Street The Pharos prints more reading matter and a greater variey of it than the other papers Ask your neighbor to try it The regular meeting of the Endow ment Guild Wednesday evening should be attended by every member at there is Important business The Endowment Guild will give a social at the home of Conductor Car mel on Spear street Friday evening July 23d Everybody Invited Richard Roe and John Doe are serving ten days In jail for Intoxica tion Ben Griffith one of the push found a friend to secure his fine Wolcott merchants will donate a complete housekeeping outfit to the couple who will get married on the bfnd stand during the street fair Mrs Mary DeGroot has gone to Brooklyn N Y to spend several Good wieks with Mrs Maggie Wynkoop White sister of Mrs Herbert Brown Bradstreets report on Saturday says The dullest month in the in dustrial year is duller than usual aridMcKlnley elected eight months Attempted by John Brown the Cigarmaker Badly Effected With the Bines Swallowed Two Dances of Paris Green He The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Clias Robinson of 1521 George street died last night Interment was made at 4 p m today In Ml Hope cemetery From all parts of tbe state come encouraging crop reports Wheat Is exceeding expectations and oats and hay are abundant and the quality of all was never finer The saw mill at Lucerne is to be removed to Wisconsin owing to a scarcity of timber In Harrison and adjoining townships The mill em ploys about thirty men In Squire Fenders court today Lewis Meek was found guilty of the charge of preferred by Harry Stanley and the court fixed his fine and costs at Line W Pilling has formed a co partnership with Joseph McKlnsey In the Insurance loan and real estate business The firm has opened an office over Hauks jewelry store Mrs Sarah Hlckman of Monti cello is visiting Mrs Samuel D Myers of west Market and D streets who continues very ill Mrs Myers has now been confined to her bed for five weeks Queensware special 5lnch plates 3c 6Inch plates 4c 7Inch dinner plates 5c oups and saucers 5c 1qt pitcher lOc 4 tumblers 5c granite drinking cup 5c glass berry set 25c Palace Strong test Golden Bio package coffee on your table You will find It strong rich and fragrant and makes a better cup than any coffee costing 5 to 10 cents per pound more It Is pure unglazed and contains no adultertion what ever Oapt Swlgart Mayor McKee Sheriff Adams and many others of Logansport are anticipating attend ing the great Picnic and sham battle at Fletchers lake next Satur day the 24th inst W E Richey of Logaosport will furnish the G A R bofi and all others bread pork beans and strong coffee for 15 cents A big time expected The Stomach Pump Applied and He is Vow Thought to be Ont of Danger About 1 oclock this afternoon while laborlng under a bad attack of the bluesJohn BrowDthewellknown cigar maker purchased two ounces of paris green at Johnstons drug store then proceeding to the court house pump on North street downed all the stuff at one swallow Shortly after he showed up at Walter Clossons cigar factory on Broadway where he nad been employed and had no sooner entered the shop than he oegan vom iting The color of the discharge from his stomach showed conclu sively that he had taken paris green and while one of bts snopmates was sent for a doctor the others laid poor Brown out in the stock room Drs Ballard and Downey answered the summons and by prompt application of the stomach pump sooc had the rash young man out of danger Brown was married a few months ago to a young lady named Carle and the couple have since lived at No 12 Elm street in perfect harmony Up to within a month or more of his marriage the young mac had drank to excesia He abstained from the use of liquor until last Thurs day when becoming despondent he drank a little to drive away the blues The result was that he continued to drink and finally concluded to end it all taking poison Upon being pronounced out of danger Brown was taken to his home on the vVestsWe It was a narrow escape and the young man ought to profit by the ex perience He has everything to live a youcg and devoted wife and and an aged mother and a host of friends to encourage him in all his efforts to do right and live right The Assets Estimated at Abore the LUbiliiieg Vincent Kardes the grocer at 314 Market street assigned today to M F Maboney The assets are estimated to be 13000 Home creditors are named as fol lows Logansport State Bank Lena Mlnneman David Brown and Edward Fettig George PChase trustee for other home creditors 49304 There are debts due foreign credi tors aggregating to 11400 unsecured The assets include the stock fix tures and book accounts The failure is attributed to the ex ceeding hard times and slow collec tions A BIG BLAZE At About OneThirty OClock Sunday Horning THE CAMP JHEETJLS6 Preaching Good Singing Good Order and The camp meeting now in progress at the park grounds under the au spices of the A M E church of this city was fairly well attended yester day and last night Unlike former meetings of the kind there is nothing sensational In the proceedings Good order is main tained and the services will be con ducted In a respectablereligious way Excellent sermons were preached yesterday by Rev Wilson of Marion who is an eloquent pulpiteer Ser vices will be held again this evening at conducted by Rev Wilson A choir of trained voices will provide music On tomorrow night a concert will be given by the Jubilee singers led by Harry Russell An admission fee of ten cents will be charged on the occasion The meetings wil continue each evening this week Advertised Letter List List of advertised letters remaining In the postofflce at Logansport for the week ending July 19 1897 GENTS John Beck Alva V Garver Will J Kies Mister Herman Opitz J G Wecht LADIES Hiss Cora Flshsr Miss Mary D Hawkins Mrs Serelda McManama Llda Shannon Mrs John D Voor hels Mrs Adda Williams Miss Theresia Smith Persons desiring to obtain one of these letters will please say adver tised V C HANAWAXT P M Frame Wort of the Williamson Wright Building Almost Entirely Destroyed The frame work ofthe Williamson Wright i building at the northeast corner of Market and Fifth streets was almost entirely destroyed by fire at Sunday morning It was a two story building The second story was built on a stone wall The first floor was occwpied by Charles C Kasca as flour and feed store and Wm Hofferbert as a carpet weaving establishment The latter also occupied sleeping apartments on the second floor He was awakened and rescued from the burning building b means of a ladder hoisted by members of the fire department The building was the property of Wright heirs and was uninsured The loss thereon has been estimated at 1500 Mr Kaschs improbably 1300 He carried no insurance Mr Hofferberts property was un insured His loss is about The department responded prompt ly to an alarm turned in by Merchant Policeman Wecht and did well to prevent a spread of the flames to the adjoining buildings The fire was first discovered by Mr Wecht and is supposed to have started on the second floor from spon taneous combustion 2 Lots 26 and 65c 2 Lots 26 and 65c 2 Lots 25 and 65c LOT r Shirt Waists worth up from 50 to 750 Tonight choice 2Qc LOT 2 Shirt Waists worth from to Tonight choiceGSc These goods are Bargains at these prices and will be displayed on our first floor The Golden Rule JEALOUS MAN Suid to his friend who showed him 11 pair of those Kecds Shoes which he bought for Why they are just the same as I have been paying Well if you had for SHOT BIS WIFE The man couldnt have been more surprised They pleased her so well that the next time he wants Shoes hes coming back Did you read about the man who was caught stealing horses AND WAS LYNCHED Why we are selling a Horse hide Shoe at that we sell too cheap to steal Did you sec it yet well its not our fault we are waiting to show it to you Stevenson Klinsick 403 Broadway Where are you going my Pretty Maid so modest and sedate To church kind sir she sweetly said and I am afraid Im late Can 1 go too And when there We quickly can be wed You bet your life Im stuck on you For your clothes are uptodate Many thanks cried he for admiring them They are my tailors good taste And anyone wanting fine clothes Go to Herzs and have To Queens taste 409 Market St TRULY A HIGH GRADE WHEEL Cleveland LEAD S ALWAYS 1st in Quality of Material and Workmanship Crismond The Eankakee Ditch The great Kankakee ditch was completed on Wednesday as far as the Laporte county line As a result the Kankakee has fallen from eight to eleven inches Immense tracts of land being reclaimed in consequence Work will now be suspended pending the adjustment of legal obstacles in the path of the enterprise which will ultimately open for settlement some 80000 acres of land Snyar Stock Goes Up Sugar trust stock advanced ten points today In the markets which may be taken to mean that the schedule agreed to by the con ference committee of the two houses of congress IB satisfactory to the trait CHICAGO SUBKtTS Recelred Dally by W W fllllner at 6 A R Building Chicago July 19 1897 opened high 7ljc low 69c closed opened high low 70c closed high low 26Jc closed opened ISc high 18c low closedQl7fc opened 1762 low opened 1415 high low closed 1415 Sept opened Ihigh 1447 low 8442 closed Sept Curb Calls Puts 70c Receipt of hogstoday 28000 left over 1000 Market opened 5 higher closed strong and at early advance good clearance for tomorrow 18000 neavy 362 rough light Cattle received today 10000sheep 13000 Marshalls Laundry We any finish you desire DOMESTIC HAND WORK OR HIGH GLOSS LACE CURTAINS laundried in first class manner Wagon will call for your work Both Phones 110 IT HELPED THE CITY FACTORIES IS SIGHT Three Concerns Seeking Locations Hake Propositions j The newly organlzedfCommerclal and Manufacturing association Is al ready in correspondence with a gen tleman who desires to locate three manufacturingconcerns that em ploy from 50 to 250 people One of them manufactures Iron tubing another architectural iron and the third bycicles Each one asks a bonus of land suitable for a building arge enough to accommodate the business Each concern has ample capital to carry on the business after a suitable location is secured Echoes From the Bank Reorganization Stil Heard That our city has been widely ad vertised by its action in the recent bank failure Is again shown by the many Inquiries received by Longwell Cummlngs the publishers of our city directory They have received orders for copies of the new directory from New York City Philadelphia Buffalo N Y New Haven Conn and numerous other places with inquiries coming in dally from all points of the United States This is something unusual and Messrs Longweil Cummings as cribe it to the worldwide advertising our city has received In the State National bank affair Traveling men who come to Lo gansport say all over the country we hear people speaking words of praise for the plucky Hoosier city that not only withstood the loss of over a hall million in a bank failure but subscribeda quarter million more to reorganize a new bank In the language of the street we ask whats the matter with Lo gansport Also Summer Stoves Gas and Gasoline Belding North Star Refrigerators Hot Plates Kitchen Utensils etc Ill MFT Repair Work Done Hlnl Terre Haute Brewing Cos HALFPINT VELVETS On Ice at all the Leading Places in the City T S Brookman Office 207 Third St Local Manager Telephone No 294 NORTON AND JONES GREAT RAILROAD CIRCUS And with every worth of Goods purchased we give you a Ticket Free we also sell Shoes Cheaper than anyone in town Ladies Razor Toe Shoes were Ladies walking Shoes 98 to A Great variety of Childrens and Misses Walking Shoes very cheap Come and get a ticket for the Circus July 20th R M Notice The invitation and reception com mittees of the Continental Fraternal Union are requested to meet this evening at at Dr J B Lynaa office Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLDS FAIRCHICAGO 1893 SPECIAL RATES During the Months of July August and September Gas will be furnished for heating Stoves and Grates in residences at from 50 to 75 cents per month A proportionate re duction will be made on heaters in busi ness houses Special summer rates on furnaces will be quoted upon application being made at the office Talley 6as ft   

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