Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 13, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, November 13, 1897
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To go Below Us in Price, is to go Below Us in Quality. With every purchase of $20 Cash a very Fine Coat and Hat Rack. WE GIVE AWAY FREE With every Boys Suit Short Knee Pants, Suit or Overcoat. One Savings Bank Free. Good news to Thousands We give away the above articles in addition to selling •our famons make of Clothing itt Manufacturers prices. No matter what inducements others hold out for your trade we'll always go them one better. This is a good time to pick out your Heavy Suit and Overcoat. The assortment won't be so •complete later on, nor will the prices be so Low, because these were all bought before the High Tariff went into effect, and we'll have to pay more when we replace them. This week's offerings ought to interest all shrewd shoppers. :$7 50, $10 and $12 For Suits and Overcoats. All wool, fast colors In all kinds of goods. Any of the above mentioned Suits and Overcoats will cost you 42,50 more In any other house In Logansport. Those low prices are mentioned by us because we are manufacturers and no middleman's profit to pay. $2, $3, $4 and $5 Are tne prices that hold out Inducements in our CHILDREN'S PARLOR, both In Suits and Overcoats, Knee Pants Suits, ages 3 to 16 years. Your mothers can save enough by buying at "The Hub" on one purchase to buy a pair of shoes or his Underwear and can save money besides. 2.00 for 3.00 Hats $1 for §1.50 Hats, $1.50 for $2 Hats and that sell anywhere for 3.00. lOc for Hose you pay loc for elsewhere. 50e for Fleeced Lined Underwear that other Houses sell at a big Bargain tor 69 cents. The Best Unlaundried Shirt for 50c in America. 50 cents for an -elegant Laundried Shirt, Fancy Bosom, extra Cuffs. 50 Laundried Shirts Cuffs attached,2 extra Collars for your moneys worth. Call at THE HUB, Harry prank's Old £tand. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Kor A Suit or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jC. O. Heffley, Successor to The Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange . CaDittl Stock HOO.OOO, fully paid- Members <rf Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, nish our customers dally market re r our private wires in thlscltr. we ipollr solicit your mtronage through T»ur local ojrrespcadonts . W. Milner »i. A. R. Building. L,o*un«l>ort. !•*"Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. aneuranoo and Loans. AH kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent, S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. CJNDRRTAKELR8 TB01PHONB - Offloe. 88. Kroeirer, ••train. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Fane Property call on — aM Fourth Street.— H. nan make you a Loan of f25 and upward ' 0 »r£?on sum. over 1500 8 per cent. GEORGE W. RODEFER. Heal Estate, Loans, r .„„,„, s^^s^s^sss^^n^^ £^£« a?No. a is*™ ™ e< ^,11 on me •anue.eaat ou u*v» ie"n— — or write to me •»«*-«• -~ • -:-^ »nd ot;Market street bridire INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEQ. GQNSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. ' Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth «nd Broadwsv •Central Telephone No Oflio-e S63, residence 343 tiENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work, Stylish and well 3t- ting clothes made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET •OptUlra over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY 83o shoes at Walden'a bankrupt sale. Mrs. A. J. Murdock, of 906 Market street, Is 111. Attorney G-. W. Funk is at Indianapolis on business. Mrs. John F. Johnson Is at Columbus, 0., oo a brief visit. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cahill, of tbe Southslde, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, of Jefferson township, a daughter, "You' Store"—The Bee Hive, will have special displays tonight. No admission fee. Tbe bazaar of the Wheatland street M. E. church will open at the rink next Monday evening. Freeman Wilson has returned from Grand Baplds and will spend the winter here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Wilson, of No. 212 Broadway. The German Singing society will hold Its annual election of officers, on Sunday afternoon next at 2 o'clock, at Trades' Assembly hall. Every member Is requested to attend—John Guss, secretary. Cass county officials have received lovltat'ons to attend the laying of the corner stone of the new court house at Fort Wayne next Wednesday. The building will cost 1700,000, and extensive preparations are being made for the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Qnigley, of 1728 Broadway, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last evening. A number of invited guests were present, and a very pleasant evening was spent. Cards were indulged in and an elaborate luncheon was served, A pleasant social was given at the 1. 0. G. T. hall last evening by lodges Nos. 313 and 429. An interesting paper was read by Dr. M. B. Stewart. Rev. Coolbaugh and Dr J. Z. Powell delivered some Interesting addresses. Refreshments were served. The Industrial club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. E. C. Taylor, at Sunny Side farm, north of the city, for the purpose of reorganizing. The club's colora will be yellow. Mrs. Taylor, assisted by Miss Emma Griffith had the dining room very artistically decorated In yellow, with flowers and other variegated products of the farm. A sumptuous feast was partaken of. TflE GOLDEN WEDDING Of a Worthy Couple Celebrated iThnrs- day in C!ay Township. Joshua La Rose and Amanda Jones Were Married Fifty Tears Ago in Bethlehem Township. The golden wedding anniversary of Joshua LaEose and wife, of Clay township, was fitly celebrated Thursday at the old LaRose homestead. Some fifty relatives and friends of this most estimable couple were present to participate In the celebration. At 1 o'clock the anniversary dinner was served. It was compnsad of such good things as the frugal housewife prepares for winter. The after dinner hours were wblled away In relating stories of pioneer days, when the LaRose homestead was In the wilds of a wooded wilderness. When but 11 years old Joshua LaRose wa» brought by his parents to Casa county. This was in 1834 and he grew to manhood on the old farm where he now lives. In 1346 he enlisted with the Cass county volunteers and participated In the Mexican war. On his return from tbe army he was married on November 11, 1847, to Amanda Jones of Bethlehem township. For fifty years these good people have lived happily and contentedly together. Tnree children have blessed their lives, two of whom, Dr. Noah J. LaRose, of Lucerne,and Mrs. Jesse Swigart, are living. Mrs. Dora Skinner, another daughter, died some years ago. The aged couple are among the most respected residents of this county. Their lives have been well soent. They have reached life's de cline In the enjoyment of clear con- cences, and surrounded by the best temporal blessingsthat earth can give. They have been frugal and Indus- trlous,but neighborly and hospitable. Their many friends will wish that their remaining days may be as peaceful and happy as those that have passed since their wedding day fifty years ago, A RETEORIC SHOWER. The Heavens to Assume a Blaze of Glory Tomorrow Morning. The great swarm of November meteors is drawing rapidly near the point where, once in every thirty- three years, It meets the earth, and astronomers are on the qui vive for the first outposts, which, dashing in a blaze of glory into the atmosphere, will announce the arrival of the strange horda of celestial wanderers. Twice wif.hin this century have these heavenly illuminators astonished the world by their portentlous appearance. The first was the celebrated star-shower of 1833, and a second appearance In 1886. The third will be due in 1399. The advance guard made its appearance last November and astronomers are confident that during the Intervening twelve months, a great succession of numbers must have occurred. The great English authority on meteors, W, F. Denning, says that if the heavens are clear oo the morn ing of November 14, two or three hours before daylight, many meteors are sure to be seen. The watch should be kept up on the mornings of the 15th and 16th. In fact meteors are likely to begin making their appearance about midnight, rushing up from behind the northeastern horizon and shooting across the sky overhead. The opening exhibition of the meteors this year will be followed If previous experiences can be trusted as a basis for prediction, by a still more brilliant display In November, 1898,and by the arrival of the central swarm In November, 1899, Then,for two or three years more the earth will continue to encounter the rear guard, until the last of the great procession has passer* In some of the early digit years of the twentieth century. St. Yincent's Church Bazaar. Beginning Monday evening next, November loth, at St. Vincent's hall, the ladies of St. Vlacent's church will hold a bazaar, to continue up to and including Thursday evening, November 18th. A collection of beautiful articles, works of art, elegant embroideries and very useful articles will be exhibited and sold. There will be a special entertainment given each evening at the bazaar. Monday evening—Flower drill and echo song by the juniors of Holy Angels' academy: raindrop chorus and recitation chorus by the minims of Holy Angels' academy. Tuesday evening—Cake walk: night for young people. Wednesday e'v'g—Quartette night: special. Thursday evening—Senior chorus, vocal, seniors of Holy Angel*' academy and guitars, mandolins and pianos. Grand finale—The ladles will serve supper on each evening for 15 cents, at the hall, society room. Admission to the bazaar 10 cents. All will be welcome. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Kokomo will establish a stone pile, to work tramps and drunks. Visit the Bee Hive tonight. It will be dressed In gala attire. When down towo and feeling tired, be refreshed by a hot soda at Porter's. Miss Ella Greegs, of Goodland, was in the city yesterday en route to Indianapolis. The Ladies' Physical Culture club will meet Monday afternoon at the G. A. R. hall. Take a look a the show window of n. Dykeman's bakery-. It will make a fat man hungry. Special handkerchief sale at the Bee Hive tonight- A beautiful line of <JOc values at 12c. John Me Johnston ha* returned from Cincinnati, where he had his eyes treated, with some success. Attica, west on the Wabash, has just been given free delivery. It Is the smallest free deli very town in the country. For rent—P. H. McGreevy's house on High street. Good well, cistern, barn and outbuildings—John W. McGreevy, attorney. For rent to a reliable party—the butcher shop at the corner of Fifteenth and Wright streets. A good stand for a competent man. James Pinkerton, the veteran editor whose unfortunate condition was mentioned yesterday, has been committed to the poor house at Kokomo. J. H. Wise, of the Westslde, Is home from Wlnamac to spend Sunday. He is completing the Inside finish of the Pulaskl county Infirmary. Twenty-one hundred acres of land have been leased near Delphi by Theodore Brough and Peru capitalists, who will proceed at once to bore for oil. The funeral of the late Mrs. Wm. H. Standley was held today at 10 o'clock from the residence, No. 203 West Market street, Rev. Dr. Putnam officiating. Miss Mary Hartz, of 1627 Toledo street, was the victim of a very agreeable surprise last evening, tendered by a number of her friends. The evening was spent in a very pleasant manner. Refreshments were served. Delphi Times: Bert Hyman and family, Roy Bridge and family and Mrs. Mary Bridge, well-known Flora residents, will move to Logansport Monday where the boys will make their headquarters for horse buying. Mrs. Jafle Cornwell, of East North street, who is district Inspector for the Ladies of the G. A. R,, visited the Lafayette lodge last night. She inspected the workings of the lodge and delivered an address before the members. Judge Ryan, of the Superior court, at Anderson, has given the new gar- nlshee law another body blow. He has decided that it is Inoperative when a householder desires to plead the 1600 exemption granted by the constitution, In the tiial at Valparaiso of the alleged murderer of Miss Grace (Jrowell, formerly of Burnettsville, Drs J. H. Reed and Coroner Galbreath, of White county, who made a postmortem examination of the remains, tallied with and supported the state's theory that the girl's death was due to blood poisoning from abortion, which, in their opinion, was due to outside and prcbably unnatural tampering with natural conditions. There was a strange occurrence at a certain business house yesterday. While two gentlemen were discussing the good qualities of that big hearted landlord, J. D. Johnston, a music box In the room which had not been wound up for several hours, started suddenly, of Its own accord, tp play "Anna Laurie." After that piece had been finished "Comln' Thro' the Rye" was rendered In splendid style. The music was appropriate tor the reason that both are popular Scotch airs and Mr. Johnston, who was being -'talked about," is a native of Scotland. A LITTLE SUFFERER Face, Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors—How a Cure Was Effected. "When five years old my little boy had scrofula on his face, hands and arms. It was worst on his chin, although the sores on his cheeks and hands were very bad. It appeared in the form of red pimplts which would fester, break open and run and then scab over. After disappearing they would break out again. They caused intense itching and the little sufferer had to be watched continually to keep him from scratching the sores. We became greatly alarmed at his condition. My wife's" mother bad had scrofula and the only medicine which had helpd her was Hood's Sarsaparilla. We decided to give it to our boy and we noted an improvement in his case very soon. After giving him four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla the humor had all been driven out of his blood and it has never since retained." WILLIAM BAKIZ, 416 South Williams St., South Bend. Indiana. You can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all druggists. Be sore to get only Hood's. Are To close out our various lines of OVEKCOATS in men's boy's and children's department. We are OVER STOCKED, and to anyone ueediug a garment of this character, would say that we have made prices that will move the goods. We have a large variety in Beavers, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Blues,Ulsters Keefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, "We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock erer offered before in oOc lines »p.GrOod heavy comfortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings "We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Buck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which i* full of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We have the best 25 and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A fuil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to supply anyone with a correct garment. that we «ann»t fit from stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. ; 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana i+* •*•••«*• •+»++»»+« »»»»•»»• •»•»»»++•••»«»•«••••••«•+ Wonderfully Artistic, Gtieatp. Will be the magnificent new stock of the New Furniture Stort, that will open in the Pythian block, corner Market, Fifth and Erie itreete abovt November, 17th. Poems in Wood, Will be your exclamation when you see the beautiful new things we shall have to ofier. HOW CAN YOU AFFORD IT, will be your inquiry •when we name you the prices. The long connection of one of our partners with the great D. N. Foster Furniture Co , having immense stores at Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Terrre Haute and Jackson, Mich., enables us to purchase goods far below ordinary prices. We shall carry only the best made goods that money can buy. A poorly made piece of furniture will never be permitted to darken our doors. Every article sold will b« guaranteed free from any fault of manufacture. MUELLER & RICHARDSON. AMUSEMENTS. "The Gay Mas<jnerader" Tonight— '•Madame Sans Gene" Tuesday Mglit. One of the best burlesque attractions touring the country, "The Gay Masqueraders," will be presented at Dcian's opera house tonight, and the patronage is certain to be large. "MADAME SANS GENE." It is indeed surprising that tbe modern manager calls to his aid tbe clever artists and most skillful ar- tlzans to produce the modern drama, with Its beautiful stage effects and marvellous mechanism. To see a play produced with modern perfection one should visit the opera house Tuesday night where Sardou's best comedy", "Madame Sans Gene," will be the attraction. Aside from the great historical interest attached to this play, the scenery and mechanical effects combined with the magnificent costumes of the first French empire, make a series of beautiful pictures to be treasured in the memory as one of the bright spots of life REAL ESTATE TKAMSFEBh. Reported for the Pharos bj Seth M. i Abstractor. Sarah A. Barnhart to Grant Ammertnan— Lotsl and 2, Shewman's add to Galveston. 1500. Louisa F. Sagerser to Jacob L. Neff— Lots 51 and 52, Wall & Booher's and to Walton. 1*00. Daniel Woodhouse to Albert W. Skinner and wife— Part ot sec 22. Adams tp; 20 acres. $500. Mary C. Marshall et al., to James S. McWllllaras— Lot 27 and part of 26, o p Galveston. 81,000. Canadian Silrer at Par. The banks are now receiving Canadian silver at par. Notice of the same is being posted in banks all over the country. The notice is of much importance and will be welcomed by all tradesmen, who will be able to accept the Canadian quarters I tor twenty-five cents worth of goods j and not to be docked five cents by ' bankers. AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. • « • • Saturday, November 13. First Appearance here of GUB Hlli'i GAY MASQUERADERS Hig:h class Vaudeville, Comedy and Spectacular, JO B\R Specialty Act*. Handgow* wom«n, Funny Comedians and A GREAT SHOW. Direct from the Chicago Opera House. Prices—25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Seat! on sale at Johneton'sldrug score. D OLAN'S OPBEA HOUriB. WM. DOLAN, JLANAGKR. Tuesday. November, 16th. First time In Loiraneport of KATHRYN KIDDER In Surdou's Greatest Comedy. Mme Sans Gene. (English Version.) Produced with a large and special cast and original icenery. Empire furniture, costUTaeB, uniforms, lights, properties and effect*. PRICES...25c, 50c, 75c and 11.00. Seats on sale at Johnston's drug store. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN lUREk .ft. CHICAGO. -w j. rvil eiir»LlTerIll»:«»«Ttot»*^ Hood s Pills «»T» B p«.t* » OMM. Birthday Snrprise. A. very agreeable surprise was perpetrated yesterday on Alvia Denbo, one of the most popular letter carriers on the local force, on the occasion of his 34th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Denbo invited the entire force to dinner, which was partaken of with good relish. After the feast wa§ over the guests presented Mr. D. with a handsome rocking chair. Smoke the Colnjubla cigar FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R- I. A: P. and L» S. & yi. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 hive just been completed, and the houst nov- offers every convenience to be found in my hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steam heat In every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOV, Owner ud The only remedy In the world thftt will at once stop Itchlnew of the stln la any part of the body, that it absolutely site tod ncTer-falllng, 1» Doan'g Ointment. Set It 'torn foot dealer, -..' *-•

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