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Logansport Reporter (Newspaper) - July 20, 1897, Logansport, Indiana DAILY REPORTER THESEAY AFTERNOON JULY 20 1897 I T OCAL NEWS is also to be j f found OH the Third Fifth j and Sixth Pages Latest Local News cheapWalter Maiben Blackberries 5c qtRothermel fee cream drug store White silk parasols from up wardsTrade Palace Robert Narzinsky and Miss Mary fiaker are licensed to marry Flour buy it at per hundred at C C Kaschs fire sale tomorrow A X Dukes of Peru was in the city yesterday in the interest of the Shirks Mis Ora Sala went to Terre Haute today to visit Miss Vinette Kiddle Dust washing powder worth 2 cunts tomorrow only 18 cents at Kleys Miss Bessie Wiriklebleck of the Reporter went to Chicago today for a ten days visit Two train loads of soldiers from Columbus will go through via the Pan Handle to Chicago tomorrow Ilyniouth Vows Ed Klinger nian who now resides in Logans port spent Sunday in Plymouth1 Tin editor of the Reporter ac knowledges the receipt of two rab bits from William Uurgtnan as a trill to Isyche and Lindley Sutton The Daughters of Liberty will meet July 21 at 2 oclock sharp Installation of offi cers and other important business Sue Iert Small and family have moved into the residence recently vacated by Rev and Mrs Freeman at the corner of Sixteenth and High streets J Sutton yesterday sold lot 7 in George Hogles addition on Col REAL ESTATE AUCTION DEATH GAME TO BROWN First Boom Sale to Occur in Dose of Paris Green Eesulted Fatalj Logansport ly Last Night Many Lots Auctioned lege Hill off on Col Mrs Sarah Stevens Afternoon A Big Crowd Band Music and Mortuary Good Sale le to W W Lawrence the bicyjU dealer for The sale was made by A 1 Sutton deiugo P Washburn has accepted a position with the Bridge City Candy company He has been em ployed by Reid Murdock Co of Chicago for several years Messrs Will Elliott Clark Rogers Carl Wise and Mss Mollie Wise re turned from Lake Maxinkuckee this mornins1 havingconcluded a weeks visit with Mrs M Winfield Six hundred people from the northern part of the state are ex pected here tomorrow to attend the Continental Fraternal union celebration A special train will be run from South Bend Lafayette Courier Charles Mc iivgor of Transport Sundayed in Lafavette Mr and Mrs Philip MCauey Mr and Mrs J 15 Mirplu Mr and Mrs P L FiUgerald and F 15 Kennedy went to LoLransiinrt yesterday to attend a picnic given by Martin Bly of that place United States Deputy Marshal Pete Clark arrived in the city to day to appear in Coinmissiouer Funks court in regard to charges against some Logansport liquor dealers Mr Clark enjoyed a laugh over his visit here to arrest a man who died a year ago Beside the regular Sunday train to Lake Maxinkuckee which leaves Logansport at 7 a m the Vandalia will run a special low rate excursion to this point next Sun day July 25th Fare for the round Tickets good only for the special train which will leave the station at U5ii a C Kdire worth agent enjoyed the first land boom today A regular brass band auction sale of lots took place at George Hogles College Hill addi tion at 10 a m today Last night and this morning the Elks band was busy playing inspiring strains to call attention to the event Shortly after 10 oclock the baud started for the addition on College Hill followed by a procession of car riages containing investors and men and boys on foot Almost four hundred people were present when Auctioneer Flanagan started the sale A few pieces of personal property were sold first and then began the sale of lots The crowd proceeded to each lot and saw at every sale what they wercjbiding1 upon The prices were low considering the excellent bar gains offered but after awhile the bidding grew better Meanwhile the band sat under a shade tree close to the lunch and occasionally rendered an inspiringselection A scurry of rain sent some of the crowd home but the lunch was partaken of by a goodly number The first lot was bought by George B Patterson who got lot 70 for SSO He took the second too at SI05 A full list of the lots sold cannot be given at the present writing Mr Hogle is to be com plimented for his earnest ellort toward arousing interest in Logansport real estate Ap preciating the Daily Reporter as the leading advertising medium he spent more than S100 in advertising in two weeks and the result was such as to prove strong encourage ment toward the future in real estate Hogles addition is a very important one to the city and there is little doubt of a rapid rise in prices Those who got in on the ground floor today will have reason to congratulate themselves in the near future With the ex tension of the street car line to the limits of the city the rise in values will be very rapid because the ad dition is not over a mile from the court house Record Day Died This for One John H Brown died at 7 oclock last evening at his home on Elm street from the effects of one ounce of Paris Green taken with suicidal intent The deadly poison got in its work when the victim seemed to be almost out of danger and appar ently recovering His demise was peaceful not being marked by any of his struggles earlier in the day The physicians attempting to save his life were met with every ob stacle Brown declaring he would die and refusing to take any anti lote He was forced to submit to medical treatment however and though his stomach was washed out repeatedly after death the poison was found in the lining of his stomach and throughout the entire body The deceased was twentysix years of age and a member of the Cigarrnakers union which organiza tion will have charge of the funer al Services will be read at the house at 10 oclock Thursday morn ing Burial at lit Hope SPECIAL SALE WILL WE GET TWO CIRCUSES MRS STKVKNS IKAli Mrs Sarah Stevens aged 67 years died at oclock this after noon at her home 2023 North street Deceased had been ill for some time resulted from paralysis Thrfce sons and a daugh ter survive her Arrangement for the funeral have not yet bee made Announcement will b made later Gentlemens Hot Weather Goods Good Linen Crash Suits Wool Crash Suits Camlet Pants 5Oc per pair First class Underwear 5Oc per suit 25c per garment WM GRACE CO The White House Clothiers and Furnishers 316 MARKET 8TKEET A GOOD WORK BEGUN The Approach to the Market Stree Bridge Being Constructed Ringlins Bros as Well as Barnum May Come in Detroit the editor of the Reporter noted the fact that both Barnum Bailey and Ringling Bros great circuses were posted to appear in that city on very close dates in August This looks some thinglike a circus war and on that account has some bearing ou the circus situation in Logansport While Barnum Bailey have been advertised for some time no date has been fixed and it is very likely that the circus vill fall somewhere between the 20th and the last of August It is thought that the reason why they are delaying the announcement of their date is in order to watch the progress of the Kingling Bros circus and thus be prepared to beat them in It is very likely that Logansport will get both circuses this year on account of the antagonism between them DR PRICES LEG BROKEN Bad Accident to Pan Handle Switch man James Pierce Pan Handle Switchman James Pierce was struck on the right lei below the knee by a couplinglink this afternoon and the bone was broken Pierce was at work in the i South Side yards and the accident occurred while making a coupling the link breakingand strikinghim with great force He was conveyed to the station and carried to the office of Shultz A Hethermgton where the limb was set He resides on Toledo street 75 Above represents the official Medal awarded Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder by Worlds Cclumbiui Exposition Chicago 93 The fame achieved at jI lie Great Fairs rests solely on merits is the strongest purcsi and best of all hc baking oni v and truly stamps D Prices aD The foremost bskiug powder in all the world Cents to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday July 25th At last there is a fair prospect o an adequate approach to th Market street bridge Work ha been begun in earnest on thi widening of the street at the eas end of the bridge the work necessi tating a considerable change on the property of Holbruner Grhl adjoining the street on the nortl side the same having been con derailed for the purpose of giving the street a proper width Tht sidewalks so long and so badb needed at that approach to th bridge will then be constructed ant the annoyance to which pe lestrian to and from the West Side have long been subjected in wading through the mud to get to the bridge will be at an end The com meucement of this work is lookec upon with much satisfaction bi West Siders and its speedy coinple tioii is hoped for THE FEVEK IS EAGING Logansport Parties Investigating the Klondyke Question The interest attachingto the wonderful discovery of gold in Alaska is attractingits share of at tention in Logansport A party of well known gentlemen who for obvious reasons do not care to have their names used in this con nection for awhile are investigat ingthe matter with the intention if things prove as promised to senc a party of prospectors to the gold fields to stake out fortunes for all concerned Tno years ago a com pany was actually formed in Lo fransport for this same purpose but for sufficient reasons the object of the association was not carried out The recent development of the fields has set the fever ragingf again and it is not at all unlikely that a partv will shortly set forth from Lorans port well grub staked for the new Eldorado Train leaves Vandalia station at a m returningleaves lake at 7 p m Tickets good for this train Dead Stuck kill and bedbugs Nonpoisonous 35 cents Circus Postponed A representative of the Norton i Jones circus billed to show here to day is in the citr and announces a postponement until August 3d The show tents were badly damaged by i storm at Elyra O July 5th and it has required some time to get everything shipshape once more ghter a visit Mrs Harvey Green and dan have gone to Xew York on Physical strength and energy contribntf to strength and character and both maT be had by tating Hoods SaBaparilla SPECIAL Another Cut in Tan Shoes and Oxfords Mens Tan Shoes Mens 400 Tan Shoes Mens 350 Tan Shoes Mens 300 Tan Shoes Mens 250 Tan Shoes Mens 200 Tan Shoes Boys 300 Tau Shoes Boys 250 Tan Shoes Youths Tan Shoes Youths 150 Tan Shoes adies 400 Tan Shoes Ladies HOO Tan Shoes Ladies 250 Tan Shoes Ladies 200 Tan Shoes Ladies 300 Tan Oxfords Ladies 250 Tan Oxfords Ladies 200 Tan Oxfords Ladies 150 Tan Oxfords Misses 200 Tan Shoes Misses 175 Tan Shoes Misses 150 Tan Shoes Misses 125 Tan Shoes Misses 125 Tan strap slippers 98c Positively Cash Only ELIAS WINTERS Shoe Store 510 Broadway KTOKTON JONES Great Railroad Circus is coming and with every worth of goods purchased we give you a ticket free We also sell shoes cheaper than any one in town Ladies Razor toe Shoes were Ladies Walking Shoes 98c to great variety of Childrens and Misses Walk ing shoes very cheap Come and get a ticket for JVC Marshalls Laundry We give any finish you desire DOMESTIC HAND WORK OB HIGH GL03S LACE CURTAINS laundered in irst class manner Wagon will cell for your work Both Phones 110 the circus July 20th THE Canister Coffee Mill An air tight and dust proof receptacle for coffee berries A storage canister with grind ing attachment Easily operated and al ways handy Can be fastened to any wall Coffee berries retain full flavor Sold in two sizes holding one or two pounds Ground grains caught in detachable glass The sali ent feature is its moderate cost Aek H J CRISMOND AGEINT ZVIARKEX ST ADDITIONAL LOCAL Trolley Palace Plenty Drink Ambrosia Frappe at the 2 Johns Tomorrow Foley will sell a 7 ceni sprinklingcan for 18 cents Dick Buchanan state editor o the Indianapolis Sun is home for a veeks vacation to St Joseph and return Train leaves the Vandalia station every Sunday at 7 a m The regular meeting of the W T U at the Home of the Friend ess tomorrow afternoon at oclock JEALOUS MAN Said to his friend who snowed him a pair of those Reeds shoes which he ought for why they are just he same as I have been paying or Well if you had SHOT HIS WIFE he man couldnt have been more urprised They pleased her so well hat the next time he wants shoes es coming back Did you read bout the man who was caugrht tealing horses And was Lynched Why we are selling a Horsehide loe at that we sell too cheap o steal see it Well its not our ault we are waiting to show it to ou tevenson Klinsick 403 BROADWAY To close Out Summer Goods WILL MAKE Trousers to Order for HARRY G TUCKER Fourth Broadway TAILOR Your Little Boy Wants To see the FINE LINE OF TOYS we have J jut placed on display He wants a toy too can tell you how cheap they are Give him a few pennies and he will jk come to the f Logansport f I Wall Paper Co t MARKET STREET f FirstClass Work at Reasonable Rates Letter Note Heads Envelopes Cards Etc Call on The Daily Reporter All Work Warranted 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