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November 6, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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ohn —CORNER blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, GFoves, Hosiery and Underwear for large and small. P. S. We have just received a full line of Cen- icrie Gloves in the icw clasp. 10 YOU EAT MEAT? Of 1 course you do and you can buy the choicest cuts of Wm. Rowe. |Cor. Broadway and Fifth Sts. Phone 247- IE. H. GRACE, D.D.S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Aluminlte Eubber Plat.es. & SHANAHAN. Bayi and Sells Second Hand Goods. OlT« u« »' call. m eth 8treet Now Is Your Chance. You can buy you a home or pay off y"ur _nortica*f by sendirK M. M. Gordon a buyer lor Hial EaUKJ. Who will divide the coro- BilBeiun with 3 ou, M. M. Gordon, Spry ^ r °f street. OW Pbono. office 30C, residence 189. SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. El- ©• Hunt, -DENTIST- All the latest iiscoverieii In medicine ana appliances to relieve rain In extinction or nil kg-of teeth. Modern methods, modern prices U work (guaranteed. Office over John Gray a on • U Telephone No. 328. Topics to be Discussed In the Pnlpito Tomorrow. Nortbside U. B. Church.—Preaching at 2:30 p. m. Eev. G. W. Lambert, p»stor. Southside U. B. Church—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. The Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. All are invited. Fim Church of Christ (Scientist) — At the Uoiversallst church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Subject: "Paul's healing work at Me'lta." A welcome extended to all. The Seventh Day Adventist church—Preaching Sunday night at 7 o'clock. Subject, "The last call to the wedding supper." No. 510 Sycamore street.—O. S. Hartley, pastor. Universallst church—Eev. J. B. Kosher, of Pendletnn, Ind., will preacn at the Uoiversalist church tomorrow at 10:45 a. m. Subject: "Motives for Doing Good." All are invited, English Lutheran church, B. E. Sbaoer,pastor—Home mission service at 9:30. Morning service at 11., •'ub ject, "Jnstlficatlon by Faith." Even ing sermon at 7, subject: "Sowing and Reaping." Market Street M. E. church- Morning service at 10:45 a. m. Even ing service at 7:30 p m. Sunday scnool at 9:30 a. in. Eev. W. H. Hickman, D. D., of De Pauw, wil occupy the pulpit. Trinity Episcopal church, Eev. F, Coolbaugh. pastor—Holy communion with sermon on "Wfc Wrestle not Against Flesh aud Blood" 11:00 a. m. Evening service with sermon on "Legacies'" at 7 o'clock. Broadway L M. E. church, Eev. E. L. Semans, pastor—Class at 9 a. m., Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and preaching at 11:00 a, m. by Eev. Dr W. H, Hickman, of De Pauw uni- Fourth utreet W. J. Bamett, S«cee«ortoaL.WoU Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Calls attended day or nUrnt. The finest outfl< in t « ou '•will remain with mo When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, MM Fourth Street Opp. Court Houee Entrance. Undertakers 303 Market street, HoppeBulldlng. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. *"" -- XT* r J »_ .,».*..» *Vi^nmun fnv Oil promptly atienaea K>, u»j <JL i KlllUn was for many years fo Charles L. Woll. Telephone 361. foreman for DE. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter'i New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets, McConnell * McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY, SOV. 6, 1397. GITY NRWS Plenty celery this eve—Bothermel. Best country butter 17c per pound at Foley's. Charles Sillagher, of Ben Martin's Jewelrj store, will spend Sunday In Chicago. B. O. Spencer, of Monon, who had been visiting here for several days, went to Marion this morning. Pork roast, brown gravy, potato •alad, cellery and raw oysters for lunch tonight at Carmell's, 411 Market street. Miss Lola Calvert of Scottsburg, Ind., Grand Chief of the Rathrone Sisters, will be a guest tomorrow, of Miss Ellen Comlngore. Klrt Stevens, the locomotive engineer, left this afternoon for Los Angeles, Cal. ,to take hU old position W the Southern California railroad. Tne Republlcang still claim the Ohio legislature by five majority on Joint ballot. According to their •ount the «Ut« aenate will have a D«nocratlo majority of two and the ]MQM ft Bepublloan majority of MVtU. verslt. Evening sermon at 7 p. m, Cumberland Presbyterian church- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject: "Who is my Neigh bor?" The evening service will be in charge of the Endeavor society witb- out a sermon. Eev. J. W. Me Donald, pastor. Nlntn Street Christian church, Rev. H, C. Kendrick, pastor—Even log service at 7 o'clock, the subject being especially adapted to the young people. These sermons will continue during the month of October. Both old and young are invited. Wheatland Street M. E. cburch, J. K. Waltz, pastor—Sunnay school at 9:30 and preaching at 10:45, subject: "Should a Christian tithe his income." Evening sermon, subject: "The Monstratum Harrendum"—a sermon on the American saloon. At the Baptisi Church—Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Divine service at 11 a. m. Subject: "Good vs. Evil," Divine service 7:00 p. m. Subject: "God's Remedy for Sin." There will be a praise service at the opening and closing of the evening meeting. You are Invited to ail these services. Southside mission at 2:30 p. m. REAL ESTATE TKAJiSFEBb. Reported for the Pharos bj Seth V. Velseti Abstractor. Emma A. Briggs to Sopbronia J. Elliott, trustee -Lot 38, D. D, Dykeman's 4th add. f 2, 500. G. W. Anderson to Joseph F. Reese and wife—S e } s w J sec 25, Bethlenem tp; 40 acres. $1. Sobu Lux to Eliza Annls—Lots 61 and 62, J. Atkinson's add. $1.500. John Campbell to Geo. B. Forgy— Lot 11, Thomas Little's 2d add to Onward. 165. Laura A. Nysong to Wm. F. and Catharine Eels—Lot 20, Jno, Johnson's Riverside add. $1,300. Wm. R. Goldsberry to Millia A. Meek—Part of sec 36, Jackson tp. 00. Thomas Conroy, to Amanda A. Loser—Part of sec 14,Clay tp; 3 acres. 1601.77. Lillle B. Berry to Frank Pinder— Part of sec 13, Harrison tp: 20 acres. $300- Late Deaths. Mrs. Suean Simon,wife of Matthew Simon, died at 11:45 last night at the family residence, 823 Twenty-first street,of consumption, aged 25 years. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's hurch, Rev. Father Koecne officiating. Interment will be made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. Kiss Elizabeth W. Kckert, daughter of Mrs. Louisa J. Eckert. of 411 Bates street, died at 12 o'clock last night at St. Joseph's hospital of consumption, aged 19 years. The time of the funeral has not been given. Tk« Weather. Fair and colder tonight; warmer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy G. Wilson of Chicago are in the city visiting relative*. ADDITIONAL 1TEK8. Gel ery 5c bnnch—Traut. Dressed chickens, ducks—Rotbml. Special display at the Bee Hive tonight. Tonight only, potat es 55c bushel. —Traut. Good coffee—3 pounds for 25 cents at Foley's. Drop in at the Bee hive tonight. Special attractions. There were no offenders in the police court this morning. Celery, oysters and crackers—special at Foley's tonight. Miss Anna Honic of Twenty-second and Broadway is quite sick. Natural gas bills are due and payable on or before the 10th inst. Potatoes 55c bushel. When we say bushel, we don't mean 3 pks—Traut. Artificial and natural gas bills 8re now due acd payable at the company's office. B'rled oysters, potato salad and fine beer at Fred Heppe's, 317 Third btreet, tonight. Newby's green house will be open on Sunday so everyone can see their grand chrysanthemums. Chicken potpie will be served free tonight at the B. & M., Mike Wagner's old stand on Sycamors st. They wonder how Traut can sel celery so cheap. We are satisfied with a small margin. We don't want the earth. Charles Snell has a match on with a middle-weight and is taking anti- fat in the hope of getting into condition. John Obenchain was painfully burned about the hands and face at noon today while lighting a gas fire at his residence. Dr. J. H. Shultz was called. The report sent out from this city intimating that a lynching bee was expected to occur here was wholly erroneous. No such a thing was contemplated. Attend the remnant sale at the Trade Palace this evening. Misses union suits, 22 cents each; men and boys' underwear at special prices. Go Our Sabres Fit tike gloves- And they .-wear Like Iron. We treat our customers Fair and square Because we appreciate Their trade. Our prices are Low- Wonderfully low— And quality is High- Very high— And we want Your trade. Elias Winter. RAILROAD BREVITIES. at- with the crowd. Kersey, Kersey, some very sweet plans in this department at the Trade Palace anniverary sale, save you 25 to 30 per cent tonight, come in, you are invited. O. B. Sharer has severed his con nection with the Panhandle railroad, He was employed as a freight brakeman and has a host of warm personal friends in Logansport. The rain of yesterday followed by warmer weather today will greatly benefit the growing wheat and the young clover. If no severe cold weather prevails for a few weeks the wheat will get an excellent start. The Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, will give a series of select dances this winter at their armory in Pythian Castle hall, the first one occurring Wednesday evening, November 24th and once a month thereafter. The grocery clerks of the city are starting a movement for the closing of the grocery stores at 6:30 o'clock in the evening. They have hopes that the move will be successful, as the other business houses, such as dry goods, boots and shoes and cloth- ng houses all close at 6 p.m. Mr, R. D. Jones, of'705 North street, traveling salesman for a Chicago wholesale grocery, will remove Tuesday to California, on account of the ill health o' his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jones aud their daughter, Miss Winifred, have a wide list of friends here who regret to see them leave the city. The Marion Leader recently stated jhat-John C. Dewenter had visited hat city with a view of establishing , gents' furnishing store there. A Pharos representative saw Mr. Dewenter today and was told that the eader was entirely mistaken. He has not been at Marlon and has no dea of starting a store In that city. STOCK SOLD. The Walden Shoe Store Sold to Mrs. E. X. ffalden. TheE. M. Walden shoe store in the Vaughn block on Fourth street, was sold at public auction this afternoon by F. M. JSLtstler, assignee, at his office. The bidders were Otto Kraus and Mrs. Walden, wife of the former owner of the store. The stock was finally knocked oS to Mrs Walden for $6,133.37, which Is $2,085 less than the value fixed upon the goods by the appraisers. The store will be reopened for business Monday morning. The purchaser expects to close out the stock as soon as possible. The 10-vear-old son of Samuel Smith, of Indianapolis, formerly of this city, was killed at Indianapolis, yesterday, while jumping on & teain. The body was brought here today for burial. Interment will be made at 1 p. m.tomorrow in the Stone school honse cemetery, Clinton township. Magee & Funk today filed the complaint of Am ericns Guard in a suit for divorce from William A. Guard, alleging cruel treatment. Short Items of Interest fcatbered From finny Sources. Thomas H. Welch, the Panhandle machinist, has recovered from an tack of typhoid fever. The Monun shops at Lafayette employ nearly 500 men,,and the monthly pay-roll averages 130,000. It is claimed that the new inter changeable mileage is knocking out ticket scalping offices in the cities. It Is given out that 25,000 of the new interchangeable mileage books were sold in September and October. The Wabash is reinstating a lot of the engineers and trainmen dis- ;barged during the A. R. U. strike. Nearly every railroad in the ;nuntry is asking for an extension of the time in which to equip their freight cars with automatic brakes. The Pennsylvania has decided that it will not paint tne locomotives of, its fast trains red to correspond with the color of the trains. The experiment was not a success. A change of time on the Wabash will probably go into effect on Sunday, November, 14, and rumor says says that the changes will be greater thaa those of any time card' in the past three years. The condition of Engineer Charles Kloenneand Fireman J. J". Evans, who received such painful injuries Thursday, caused by the safety plug being blown out of their locomotive, is reported improved. Will McNitt, night ticket agent at the Panhandle station, after six years of faithful and efficient service has resigned. He has been succeeded by J. W. Jarrett, late of Marion. After a much needed rest Mr Mc- Nltt will engage In another line of business. HAVE REMOVED. The J. T. Elliott Wholesale Grocery Company in New Quarters. The J. T. Elliott wholesale grocery company Is now comfortably and conveniently located In new quarters in the new Elliott building on the south aioTe' of Broadway, between Third and Fourth streets. The building is heated with steam, and fitted out with Incandescent and arc ights. The office is one of the best equipped In the state. There is a separate apartment for the use of the stenographers. There are also apartments for each aud every line of •oods handled by the company. Special care was exercised in arranging a department for cigars and tobacco?. ong live the J. T. JElllott company. Tailor and Draper, CD § DON'T thia?opportnnltj to order yonr Winter Overcoat- You will QMd it before long. We have such a oholc* selection of fabrics, from the best wc>otea mills of the world, that we are making up into ttyllih and band- some overcoats, at such a reasonable, price that we would !ike to take your measure at once. Our reputation for high grade custom work speaks for itself. Carl W. Keller. * 311 Market St, Special Annonncementr The crowds of last week showed ihoroughly our anniversary sale is appreciated. The eagerness of the buyers proved how completely we owered the lowest price records, t proved the biggest, best and most empting price sale ever held in Lo- ^ansport. To give all those who did not attend this week, we announce another:week of oar 20th anniversary sale with plenty of new bargains added.—Trade Palace. Cream of tartar comes from grapes. It is clean and wholesome. It is the best ingredient known for baking powders. It makes light biscuit, white and without a bitter taste. "Cleveland's" is a pure cream of tartar powder. Guarantee* Grocer* ire inthoriMd t* gfra tack TOUT money if yo* oo M* tod dmlmnd'* Uw fcwt tatta* powder y«u h»-r« tmt u*d. OcrtUnd Biking P0wd«rCa,l(.Y. THE. Golden Rule's GALA BARGAIN FESTIVAL Tonight. We shall celebrate the greatest bargain advent in the history of our celebrated Saturday night bargain sales tonight. Promptly at 6:30 p. m. this sale will begin, and every item you will find as attractive as never before. Kid Glove Sale. Our kid glove department Is known to have none In it but the best gloves that are made. Our Tuxedo glove, usually sold for $1; we have them in tans, blacks and browns tor tonight, "Oc a pair. Our well-known brand, "The Dal- jes," we will offer you in any shade of color. This glove sells for $1,25; to- nigbt they're yours for 98c a pair. Tonight we will offer you choice of all our best Maglona Francesco and our finest Mocha gloves, which sell from $1.50, 11.75 to »2. Your choice only $1.29. Corset Sale. Tonight you can have any of our best brand« of corsets, such as American Lady, E. & &., Armorside, Warners and many other brands, at only 89 cents. Underwear. 5 cases ladies' long sleeved heavy rib vests, tonight only 12Jc a garment. 60 dozen ladles' heavy fleeced ve^ts and pants, Jersey fitting, Onelda style, by far the best garment sold hereabouts for 39c; our price, 25c. Dress Patterns. Again we will offer yon tonight the choice of a hundred different suit patterns, 7 yds in length, which are worth up to 11.25; your choice of dress patterns $2.69 Separate Skirts. Fine brocade novelty skirts, only 98c. Elegant colored novelty skirts, ex- t ra wide, nicely lined, only $1.75. Many others at a great bargain. Miscellaneous. Best table oil cloth, only 12ic per yard. Special prices tonight on cloaks. THE PRICE-MAKIS6 SWHB*. Schmitt & Heinh, Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit lor YOU that for Price, Style and Fit pan- not be beaten. His Stock of NEW AND STYLISH FABRICS For Fall and "Winter, Up-to- date and includes everything desirable. Call and inspect. W. D CRAIG, Tailor 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee's. THE SHINING LIGHT —The New— Wheeler I Wilson SEWING MACHINE is the most Up-to-date. 308 Third Street. J. Howell, Agent- TRAINING HORSES, The Noble Anlmali Are Seldom Vlcion*, bat Often Nervou». Horses are seldom vicious. It is easy to gain cheir sympathy and confidence. Their eyes axe very expressive, and. the watchful trainer can detect varying moods through this medium as well as convey favorable impressions of his own intentions. Through nervous fright horses sometimes become panic stricken and absolutely un- controllablo. They suffer also occasionally from what, for want of a better name, may be called "nervous paralysis," when they seem to be physically incapable of motion. This condition is almost inavari- ably the result of brutal treatment, and the only reasonable explanation of it is that the first emotion aroused In the horse by punishment is fear; that when he finds that he cannot escape, anger and a spirit of resistance are mingled with his fright, and that these combined emotions produce thia morbid state. It may also be set down CCTID. M a role, with few exceptions, that h« meant to do just right. If he errs, it U either from ignorance, pain or fright; rarely from stubbornness or vice. This seems to be generally unknown, or at least disregarded, for of all the animals the horse is the least understood, the most harshly judged and unjustly treated, and for the least infraction of discipline he Is t*o often brutally punished. If men who train hones would control their tamper* fend endf^wr.to £p*?i*i<p the came, of Jtb* Department of Pen Art Hall's Business College has engajred Mr. Andrew Frederick to take charge of the Penmanship olaieee. His time wiil be devoted exclusively to this line of work. Transport needs a First Class School of Pen Art, and we take pleasure in announcing that; we are now prepared to clve the very boct instruction that can be had. Mr. Frederick IB a GRADUATE of the Zanerian Pen Art School. Coiumbue, O , and w«s an instructor In th«t school until engaged by Hall's Builnesg College. C. F. MOORE, Pres. Hall's Business College, Second and Third floor. Keystone Building, Loginsport, Ind. // You Want lo be in the Swim , -You ha'd better le HOOLEY —Make Tour— Fall Suit Or Overcoat i L.. He will Pit You When all others fail. ite AS Snow Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Lanndry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your irork. Gi»« us a triaL animal'* misbehavior, they wbfifd that there is often s good WOM for hk «o- tknu. On* of the best- trained bozM tattb* world IB Cupid, the raddle ftallion notttt- tf shipped to Japan for the mikado. H» to a handsome 6-jear-old bay and-WM nlMd to Kentucky. A* th* barm ibow la I*M- law Bprinc tb* jodM •»• »•«•«)•

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