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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 20, 1897, Logansport, Indiana DAILYPHABOS TUESDAY JULY 20 1897 OITY NHWS No stones in Golden Rio Bankrupt stock Your moneys Elo Closing out stock Pay your monthly subscription to the Pharos collectors Tomorrow Foley will sell a 27c sprinkling can for 18c Deputy Revenue Collector Wood of Kokcmo is in town The Jolly club will dance at Spen cer park tomorrow night Gold Dust washing powder worth 25c tomorrow Dr B C Stevens was at Royal Center today on professional business Walter the 12year old son of M Dlxonis recovering from a severe ill ness Jacob Barren is recovering from an illness due to obstruction of the bowels The young child of O M Warner of the Southslde is ill of cholera in rantum Indianapolis Sentinel Mrs Joho W Kern is visiting friends In Lo gansport Mr and Mrs F M Johns have removed from Twelfth street to 1423 Erie avenue Miss Mame Driscoll of the West side is visiting at Terre Haute and Indianapolis Mrs Stella Oakea of Chicago is visiting her father Clint Pittman on the Westside The W C T U meet tomorrow afternoon at the Home for the Friendless at For house of 7 rooms corner Eighth and Spear Apply to C 0 Heffley A good crowd is expected to attend the annual Sunday school picnic near PerrysburR next Saturday Golden Rio is the best breakfast beverege delicious aroma clear as amber a satisfying cup Try it Mrs James Sullivan wife of the Panhandle conductor left today for a six weeks visit at Denver Colo Mr and Mrs Guy Hensley will en tertain a party of friends at their home on North street this evening Mr and Mrs Ed Hankeu Miss Dora Hankee and John Sauer are at Lake Maxinkuckee for a weeks out ing The Peru Journal has a railroad local stating that Barnum Baileys PARIS GREEN Ended the Life ol John B Brown the Cigannaker Died at Last Erening at Home of His Mother on Elm Street the Contrary to expectations John H Brown tbe cigarmsker died last evening from the effects of a dose of pads green taken with suicidal in tent His death occurred at oclock at the home of his mother Mrs Ellen Brown No 12 Elm street Westside He declared that he had taken the poison with the suici dal intent and fought against the efforts of the physicians to save his life The deceased was 26 years of age Besides his wife and mother he leaves two brothers and a sister He was a member of the Cigar Makers Union which organization will cave charge of the funeral to be held at 10 a m Thurday from the residence Inter ment will be made in Mt Hope cem etery PAYMENT Of Final Bent fits to Logansport So 11 Lodge Aggregating Will Occur the Masonic Temple Tomor row Evening at circus will show in Logansport Au gust 24th The Cass County Horticultural so ciety will meet in the north court room Saturday Pear culture will be discussed John E Barnes Son were awaid ed the contract for improving M Schneebergers Eel River livery and feed stables 75 cents to Lake Maxinkuokee and return for tbe train that will leave the Vandalla station at a m next Sunday July 25 Fred Hathaway chef at LongcllfC hospital and Miss Myrtle Walker of Loogootee Ind will be united in marriage this evening The Imperial quartte will sing at the Wheatland street M E church lawn fete at the residence of Sam Carr on Bates street tomorrow evening Following is a list of tbe horses which will start against Coleridge at Aurora Ills Thursday Conner Pearl C Steel Prince and Red Fux A surprise was given Mr and Mrs J W Howell of Adams township on Saturday eveningJon the occasion of their birthday The affair was enjoyable to all present The Kings Daughters will meet Wednesday afternoon July 2lst at the home of Mrs B F Campbell 1704 High street A full attendance is requestedMiss Nettie Sellers secretary The Springiield Fire and Marine Insurance company has settled the loss in full of C C Xasch proprietor of the feed store corner Firth and Market streets occasioned by fire to that building Sunday morning A meeting of the directors of the Logansport Mercantile and Manufac turing assocHtiion will be held at the Journal office this evening at which time members of the standing corn Final payment of benefits to the following members of Logansport lodge No 11 Continental Fraternal union will occur at the Masonic temple tomorrow evaning Mrs Sarah E Lynas Messrs Jas B Lynas J Q Sweetzer Thomai ShafferW S Twells Alex Copeland H F Bergman Frank A Heeg Charles Paden J G Medland H H Knowlton Geo W Cilley E Hock enDeamei Geo L Michael John J Bartz The r sum to be paid aggregates Supreme Chancellor Chas E Hol bruner of this city will preside and a programme consisting of musical and dramatic numbers will be rendered B Michner Graves the efficient head of the order in Indiana will be present He will deliver an address and make the payments Only members of the order and those holding tickets will be admit ted Refreshments will be served Steinharts orchestra will furnish music Representation of the order are expected from Richmond Terre Haute Elwood South Bend Misha waka Goshen Frankfort and Lafay ette The South Bend delegation will come over on a special train and bring a band RllLBOiD BREVITIES Short Items of Interest fathered From Many Sources Walter Welch has resigned his po sition as a Panhandle caller The Wabash will run an excursion from Peru and Logansport to La fayette next Sunday Peter Grady has recoversd from a weeks illness and resumad his posi tion in the Panhandle yards The Panhandle people are still at work at Crown Point cutting down the grade acid straightening its track Harry Laughlin night clerk in the Panhandle yards is off duty on ac count of illness Caller Dnwns is working in his place The Pittsburg division of tbe Order of Railwav Telegraphers still leads all other divisions in point of numbers and is steadily increasing in Its membership William Dolan the Panhandle switchman has resigned He has been succeeded by George Terry of the night force Jack Ayers has taken Terrys place The Wabash excursion to Fort Wayne run from this city Sunday carried 818 passengers gathered from the stations between here and there There were fourteen cars in the train The Atlantic City excursion from points on the Panhandle line on Thursday eclipsed all former records From Columbus it was run in five sections the trains being twentv minutes apart There were twenty six Pullman cars and sixteen day jjaches all filled The report of the Pennsylvania re ief fund association for June shows that were paid out in Denefits On the lines of the Pan handle there were no accidental deaths four natural deaths 199 accident disablements 220 sick disablements to tal 423 cases IS82670 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Shirt Waists at a Great 2 Lots 25 and 65c 2 Lots 25 and 65c 2 Lots 25 and 65c LOT i Shirt Waists worth up from 50 to 750 Tonight choice SQc LOT 2 Shirt Waists worth from to Tonight choice These goods are Bargains at these prices and will be displayed on our first floor The Golden Rule JEALOUS MAN to his friend who showed him n pair of those Reeds Shoes which lie bought for Why they ire just the same as I have been puying for Well if you had SHOT BIS WIFE The man couldnt have been more surprised They pleased her so well that the next time lie wants Shoes hes coming back Did you rend about the man who was caught stealing horses AND WAS LYNCHED Where are you going my Prettj Maid so modest and sedate To church kind sir she sweetly said and I am afraid Im late Can I 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 themjmade To Queens taste 409 Market St CHICAGO MARKETS Received Dally by W W Mllner 6 A B Building 1897 Bt FOE LAFAYETTE Excursion to the Next State Soidiers Home Sunday mittees of the association will be named Strong test Golden Rio package coffee on your table You will find it strong rich and fragrant and makes a better cup than any coflee editing 5 to 10 cents per pound more It Is pure unglazed and contains no adultertlon what ever Peru Evening Journal Miss Edith Skinner of Logansport who Tlsited Mis Grace Goldsmith has re turned homeMiss Fannie and Nettie Crawford of Loganspert were the guests of their slater Mrs Ed Reed SundayMrs J B Redmond arrived from Logansport this morning to visit her daughter Mrs Hal Elliott On Sunday July 25th the Wabash railroad will run a cheap excursion to Lafayette leaving Logansport at a m Fare for the round trid giving an opportunity to visit the Indiana Soldiers Home and the historic Tecumseh Trail The Indiana State Soldiers Home is situated on a beautiful bluff about three miles distant from the Star city and is reached by the elec trie railway line cars run at shor intervals from the court hous square the fare is ten cents to tne Home The scenery enroute is vey picturesque Ten mag nificent brick buildings as well as many county cottages have been erected for the comfort of the soldiers and their wires at a cost of The management of the Home wil take pleasure in showing visitors through the various departments Electric cars will meet the specia train at tbe Wabash depot on arriva and convey passengers to the Home and Trail Tecumseh Trail also about three miles distant from La fayette is reached by the electric rail way Excursion steamer will leave Trail Dock every thirty minutes Bathing and running during day and evening Grand Military band concert at Light refreshments will be served on the grounds C G NETTELL Agent Colored Camp Meeting RevT E Wilson preached an ex cellent sermon to a fair audience last evening The sermon was highly ap preciated The singing also was superb and rendered no small degree of satisfaction Rev H H Thompson will come today and assist through the re mainder of the meetings Dont forget tne concert tonight everybody come and enjoy yourself Beginning promptly at 8 p m at the park Chicago July 20 opened at high 72jc low7ijc closed 72Jc opened 72Jc high 74c low closed 2GJchigh26J low 26Ac closed 26Jc high low J7fc closed1 17fc opened 1770 high 775 low opened 8420 high low closed 3425 Sept opened 1450 high 4 57 low closed Sept Curb Puts Eeceipt of hogstoday 11000 left over 1000 Market opened 5 higher closed higher all sold for tomorrow 52000 Mixed heavy t350 367J rough light Cattle received today 4000sheep 12000 Cnrreton Items Threshing began in earnest this week Sabbath school was well attended last Sunday The P C C L railroad gets out much gravel from the new pic lately opened Thomas Dlllard an old and highly esteemed citizen of Noble township is very low and death may be expect ed soon M A Kistler is building another store room tobe occupied by himself soon at Georgetown This is the third building for the town erected by Mr Smith The Ladies Missionary society of Shiloh church will hold their annual festival at Abraham Millers resi dence in Curveton oa tne evening of July 27th for the benefit of the home missionary society SCAT Why we lire selling a Horse hide Shoe at that we sell too cheap to steal Did you see it yet well its not our fault we are waiting to show it to you Stevenson Klinsick 403 Broadway TRULY A HIGH GRADE WHEEL Cleveland LEADS ALWAYS 1st in Quality of Material and Workmanship Crismond Marshalls Laundry We give 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 Good Time to Adrertige The wise merchant will now begin to pay more attention to his advertis ing space His advertising will be as fresh as the new goods on his counters The merchant that does not let the public know what he has to sell cares little for business He is scarcely willing to ask for your patronage The prudent advertiser in the end gets the business There is no advertising so valuable as the newspaper ad People read and rely upon what the merchant says through the newspaper The most discreet and constant advertiser gets business f there is any to get But good udgment must be exerslsed in ad rertlsing to obtain results Strikes Oil Peru is in the throes of enthusiasm ver the discovery of petroleum in a well being sunk for natural gaa Its flow is estimated all the way from 5 to 40 barrels The well will be hot in a few days whan Its stability and productiveness will be ascer aLned NEW DECORATION DAI Grand Army Posts Want a New Date Without the Sporting Events The posts of the Grand Army of the Bepublic of the state are taking favorable action on the proposition to observe a Sunday as memorial day All the posts of Indianapolis but one and a large number throughout the state have indorsed a resolution which authorizes the department commander to direct that the graves be decorated next year on either the last Sunday in May or the first Sun day in June If a of the posts in the state approve tbe resolu tion the department commander will follow the instruction Posts are be ing urged to indorse the proposition for the reason as stated in the reso lution that memorial day has been turned into a day of base ball play ing horse racing and bicycle racing Indiana has decided to bring the question before the coining national encampment at Buffalo and suggests that the change in the day be made in all the states Also Sells Summer Stoves Gas and Gasoline Belding North Star Refrigerators Hot Plates Kitchen Utensils etc 517 IIIfT Repair Work Done iUfl1 Jerre Leading Brewers of Indiana Brewers and Bottlers of Pure Beer On Ice at all the Leading Places in the city T S Brockman Local Mgr Office 207 Third St 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 Ankle Broken James Pierce a Panhandle switch man had his right ankle broken at 1pm today Dr J B Shultz ad justed the fracture Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR PRICES CREAM BAKIKG POWDER WORLDS FAIRCHICAGO 893 A Great variety of Childrens and Misses Walking Shoes very Come and get a ticket for the Circus July SOthu cheap M its 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 Valley Gas ft
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