Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 16, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 16, 1897
Page 19
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r ~~ =i<^ ™r ^'-t To go Below Us in Price, is to go Below Us in Quality. WE GIVE AWAY FREE With every purchase of $20 Cash a very Fine Coat and Hat Rack. 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 famous make of Clothing nt Manufacturers price;. No matter what mduce- ments others hold out for your trade we'll always go ihern 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 oought 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. Anv of tbe above mentioned Suits and Overcoats will cost you -$2,50 more ID any other house In Logansport. Those low prices are men- cloned by us because we are manufacturers and no middleman's profit to pay. $2, $3, $4 and $5 Are the prices that hnlJ out Inducements in cur 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 be- sldea. 2.00 for 3.00 Hats Jl for $1.50 Hats, $1.50 for $2 Hats and that sell anywhere for 3.00. lOc for Hose you pay loc for elsewhere. 50c for Fleeced Lined Underwear that other Houses sell at a big 'Bargain for 69 cents. The Best Unlaundried Shirt for 50c in America. 00 cents tor an elegant Lmundried Shirt, Fancy Bosom, extra Cuffs. 50 Laundried .Shirts Cuffs attached,2 extra Collars for your rnoneyi worth. Call at THE HUB, Frank's Old Stand. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For A Suit, or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor! to •The Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stock $100,001), fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, "^W^fui-Qish our customers daily market reports over our private wires to this city. \\o £»peottull7 solicit your ^tronage through •our local correspondents . Milner- «. A. R. BuUdtntf. . Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance »nd Bonds written In first olaag oom- ?»niM. Money to loan 8 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDB.RTAKB.RQ Ctlli promptly attended to D»r or Night, 818 Broadway. TKLKPHOSB - OMoe. 88. Kroeger, 1M , M. C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY ' SIXTY-SIX AEKESTS If You Want to Borrow Money Oa City or Farm Property call on M. YRLiSRY, —204 Fourth Street.— H» o«n make you a Loan of $25 and upward sumi over $500 6 per cent. GEORGE W. RODEFER. •^•^ Heal Estate, Loans. atNo. SI Bel River a-onue.east •nwl otiMarket street bridge. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEQ. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwuv •Central Telephone No Office S6S, residence 343 HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe» first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made Cleaning and repair- Ing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. •^ D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OTer Bruggeman's Millinery Store. S3c shoes at Walden's bankru pt sale. Mr. and Mrs, James L. Hanson and son of 1821 High street are at Indianapolis visiting relatives. Tbe Logansport high school foot ball team will play the Kokomojhigh school team here Thanksgiving' day. Attend the Eastiend Pleasure club masquerade ball jat Dolan & McHale's hall, Thursday evening, the 18th. The Elite Mandolin club gave its second musical at the Our club last night, and the same was highly enjoyed. Frankfort Crescent: Frank and Charles Reed, of Logansport, spent Sunday in the city, the guests ot friends J. G. Anderson Is the new night cler* at the Barnett, Mr. Miles, the former night clerk, having been put on day duty. Messrs. W. S. Culver, H. H. Culver and Albert Knell Sundayed at the Barnett, en route to Culver military academy. John J. Hlldebrandt has purchased a large eagle from a party who shot and stunned It at Lake Masinkuckee a few days ago. Mrs. Jane Cornell, of East North street, inspector of the Ladies of the G. A. R., has returned from an inspection of the Lafayette post. Will Bruggeman, who has been ecaplo/ed in Attorney Justices' office for the past year, has accepted a very lucrative position with thi natural gas company. The officers and teachers of the Second Baptist church, were highly entertained Tuesday evening, by class number nine, now known as "The Social Christian Circle." at the home of Miss Fern Pratt on East High street. Miss Minnie Personette, niece of C. M. Personette of 217 Sixth street, was united In marriage to George F. Hatton, Sunday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents, two miles north of Burnettsville, by Rev. R. B. Million. The rise of Catherine Hubscher the French Laundress to Madame Lefebyre, wife of Napoleon's favorite Marshal, is correctly portrayed in Sardou's beautiful comedy Madame Sane Gene which can be seen at Dolan's opera noute tonight. Made by the Police During tbe Month of October. Monroe Dixon Sncceeds Officer Schreyer on the Sight Force. The board of metropolitan police commissioners met last night and appointed Monroe Dixon, an ei-Pan- handle freight conductor, to succeed Patrolman Schreyer, who declined reinstatement under conditions prescribed by the board. Mr. Dixon had been on patrol duty in the Fifth ward at night for nearly two weeks. POLICE REPORT. Capt. Foley made his report for the month Of October, as follows: .Number of arrests, 66. Of these 23 were made by the day force and 43 by the night men. The number of arrests and assists were as follows: Captain Foley, 5 arrests and 4 assists; Sergeant Morris, 1 arrest and 9 assists: Patrolmen Houghton, 1 ariest and 3 assists: Kleckner, 1 arrest find 0 ajslst: Skelton, 7 arrests and 4 assists; Dean, 2 arrests and 4 assists; Miller, 1 arrest and 1 assist; Nadig, 0 arrest and 0 assist; Costello, 4 arrests and 6 assists; Liming, 5 arrests and 6 assists: Barch, 13 arrests and 6 assists; Webster, 1 arrest and _0 assist; Graham, 0 arrest and 4 assists; Wright, l arrest and 5 assists; Schreyer, 0 arrest and 3 assists. The occupations of those arrested were: Laborers, 47; agents, 1; barbers, 2; butchers, 1; farmers, 3; painters, J; prostitutes, 4; attorneys, 1; domestics, 4 The arrests were for the following offenses: Assault and battery, 1; larceny, 1; drunkenness, 38; murder 2; obstructing highway, 1; obtaining money under false pretenses, 1; robbery, 1; vagrancy, 6; violating health ordinance, 1; curfew ordinance, 1; prostitution, 2; trespass, 4; burglary, 2; insane, 2; kidnapping, 1; public indecency, 1. The cases were disposed of as follows: Fined, 25; sentence suspended, 10; bound over, 4; dismissed, 6. committed, 8; delivered to the sheriff, 2; remanded to other authorities, 4; continued, 7. William Gregg and William Cannell were slated for violations olthe liquor laws. j The pay roll amounted to *"47 .58:' sundries, $14 20. $112 worth of property was reported stolen during the month and all but 82 was recovered, 118 In fees was turned Into the city treasury. Ths expense of keeping lodgers in the county jail was $10.64, ST. VINCENT'S BAZAAR. A Fine Display of Beautiful Fancy Work, Flowers, Etc. The tiazaar under tne auspices of the ladles of St. Vincent de Paul church was inaugurated last night at St. Vincent's hall, and, although the weather was inclement, a large crowd was in attendance and was well repaid for braving the storm. The display of fancy work is very pretty tied contains many useful and handsome articles. This booth is in charge of the ladies of the Rosary society. The booth containing cut flowers and potted plants is tastefully arranged and contains some handsome palms, chrysanthemums, etc. The doll booth is presided over by members of the Young Ladies Sodality and some very tastily dressed dolls are displayed, which called forth many exclamations of delight from the little ones. A votirag contest for a beautiful statue of the Dhe sacred heart is being indulged in between the pupils of the Holy Aneel's academy and tbe boys of So. Vincent school. Mrs. Adam Relmboldt and Mrs. Mark Wallace are contesting for a set of dishes. A pleaiing programme of music and drills was rendered last night by the pupils of Holy Angels' academy. Tonight's programme will be made up of vocal and instrumental music, and a cake walk. ADDITIONAL IOCAL9. Mrs. W. H. Elliott of east High street is quite ill. Mr. Andrew Conn, of Royal Cen ter, was In the city yesterday on business. Mrs. Sarah Worstell of 1829 STorth street is confined to her home by Illness. Misses Jennie D. Putnam and Mary Williamson left yesterday for an extended visit at Spokane, Wash. Lafayette Courier: "Mrs. Edith Bucher returned to Logansport yesterday after visiting relatives here." Regular meeting of tbe Cass County Bimetallic league Wednesday evening at Trades Assembly hall. Everybody Invited. The oil well drilled at Andrews was finished Saturday night, and proved to be a first-class salt-water hole. Trenton roc* was encountered at 933 feet, and tbe well was drilled forty feet deeper. We are showing the largest and best selected line of upholstered goods In the city, also cobbler and saddler seat rockers. See our gondola coaches. Everything new and up- to date—Cummings & Morgan, city building, corner Third and Broadway. The pen of the great dramatist, Sardou, never wrote so interesting a play as tbe beautiful historical comedy, "Madame Sans Gene," which will be presented at Dolan's opera house tonight. This comedy was the reigning success of the New York season and Its career on the road has been one series of triumphs. State Factory Inspector McAbee is traveling over the state visiting every manufacturing concern, to satisfy himself that the law prohibiting the employment of children below the statutory age :ls bein? observed. He has nearly completed his tour of the Indiana gas belt, and states that there are but very few Instances of violations to come to bis knowledge. In the great Napoleonic revival there has been nothing which has proven of such interest as Sardou's great comedy Madame Sans Gene. The play is all history, and gives a perfect perception of the times of the first French Empire, coupled with touches of human nature seldom seen on tbe stage. It will be played at Dolan's opera house tonight, and should prove one of the best drawing cards of the season. The proposed introduction of physical culture into the public schools will not be effected at present. A number of teachers were opposed to tbe plan, because it could not 'be made, compulsory on the part of the teachers. About thirty of the teachers signified their willing ness to adopt the course, but Professor Douglass considered that that was not a sufficient number, which will end the matter at present. Miss Jeffries, the proposed instructress, seemed well qualified for tbe position and during her short stay in the city gained a number of friends. She left today for her home at Elkhart. CLAY CLEMENT Washington Township Notes Farmers are taking advantage of the damp weather to get their corn out o e _ the shocks. Mr. Weaver has his new house about completed. He expects to occupy ic soon. Lyman, Smith & Mehaffie are making "the rounds shreding corn. They are doing good work this year. They average about 350 bushels a day. George W. Rlchason has purchased a full-blooded Jersey cow. Marlon Guy is taking violin lessons of Charles Jackson o! Anoka. Joseph Greaser had a dance Friday night. All enjoyed themselves. There will be services at Blue Ball church next Sunday night conducted by Rev. Cobb. Samuel Hoover Is building an addition to his barn. Thomas Leahy has quite a demand for husking pegs. Wheat is looking fine. STJNKISI. lin IW e A re Determined in To close out our various lines of OVERCOATS men's boy's and children's department We are OVER STOCKED, and to anyone needing 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 Reefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock ever offered before in 50c lines ap.G-ood heavy comfortable garments for cold weather. D In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which is full of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We have the best So 3 and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A full supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to supply anyone with a correct garment.that we eannot lit from stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, " Loganspcrt, Indiana »»»»»•»++»•«»«•»•««»••»••»•»»*»»»»+•»»••••»•••«••••» Wonderfully Artistic, Gtieap. "Will be the magnificent new stock of the New Furniture Store, that will open in the Pythian block, corner Market, Fifth and Brie streets about' November, 17th. Poems in Wood, Will be your exclamation when you see the beautiful new things we ihsll have to offer. 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 a* Fort Wavne, Lafayette, Terrre Haute and Jacksr-n, Mich., enables us t» 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. DIVORCED WOMEN. So taw Authorizing the Restoration of Maiden ftames. Southern Geutleman" at Dolan's Friday Sight. A new play to be seen at Dolftn's for the first time Friday night is promised with, a pretty t scenic production, and which Is surely to DB played by an excellent company, is what Mr. Clay Clement promises the Logansport public next Friday night. Mr. Clement has called his play "A Southern Gentleman," and the scenes take place in the sunny Southland; tbe first act in Louisiana, while ^rim visaged war hangs like a pall over the state In 1861, This act furnishes tbe motive for a romantic love story which is told twenty-two years later mid peaceful scenes in South Carolina. Mr. Clement plays a chivalrous, courtly old gentleman throughout these scenes, after having been seen as a young Confederate officer In the first act. Miss Karra Kenwyn will been seen as the heroine of the love interest of the play. Mr. Edgar Mar- hett will be in a heroic and very sympathetic old man's part, Curleton Macey in a strong and interesting part; Mr. Frank B. Aiken as an eccentric old man; Miss Elenor Carey as a grand dame of the old regime, Mrs. Charles G. Craig, as a negro mammy, tte faithful servant to typical of the south: Mr. Jeffrey Williams also a negro servant, faithful and true. Mr. T. F. O'Malley in an interesting eccentric, Irish high comedy part: Mr. Wm. Mack as eccentric youth; Miss McEwan as a pretty ingenue; Mr. Frank Walcott in a light comedy part. Such a cast can be depended upon to make even an indifferent play a success. But it is safe to predict that Mr. Clement's play will be found anything but an indifferent one. Tbe Only Way to Obtain a Change Is to Marry Again. Another innovation has been sprung by Judge Brownlee of tbe Howard county Superior court. He sit down upon the custom of restoring maiden names to women after divorce has been granted, holding that there is no law authorizing such proceedings. This is a point never before raised and If it stands tbe tests of the higher courts, will work a radical change in divorce actions throughout the vicinity. THE SALE OF THREAD. Indiana Consumes 2,000,«00 Dozen Spools Each Tear. Several gentlemen representing the large thread concerns of the country were at Indianapolis recently looking after the interests of their bouses and gave out the following interesting figures concerning the consumption of thread Indiana: "Indiana," said one of the gentlemen, "is one of the best consumers in the country, and it is placed in the list of our choice territory. Indiana onsumes 2,000.000 dozen spools of thread every year, which represents a consumption of $1,000,000. Of this Indianapolis consumes 450,000 dozen through its jobbing houses and local consumers, which represents •200,000. "Thread has been reduced in price from 85 cents to 45 cents per dozen spools on account of the improvements in machinery, and in carrying on our business we keep track of every spool of thread. This is necessary" in order to enforce our rule which cuts the price. We are thus able to prevent that firm's getting its supply through some other retail house. Every store In the country Is checked on its possible and actual c nsumption and when we find a store buying more than we know it is selling over its counters we cut off the supply, for it is surely going to some store that has violated our price rule and is not entitled to handle our goods." Hood's AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA HOUriB. WM. -DOLAN, MANAGER. Tuesday, November, 16th. First time in Logans port of KATHRYN KIDDER In Sardou's Greatest Comedy. Mme Sans Gene. (Engliih Version.) Produced with a large and special cast and original icenery. Empire furniture, costu-nes, uniforms, lights, properties and effect*. PRICES...250, 50c, 75c and 11.00. Seats on sale at Johnston's drug itore. T\OLArTS OPBRA HOUSE. L> 9 • • • Friday, November 17, '97 ME. H. MARTIN -PBE8KNTS- Mr. Clay Clement And an Admirable Company Romantic Play. /I Southern i As oritfsaUy Produced at McVlokeri Theatre. Chio«*«X»nd with Entirely New Scenery. Keceiving- the Hlgbert PraUe. A Great Play, Perfect Characterization. PRICES..I1, 75c,50c, 35c and 26c. Seats on §ale at Johnrtou'Cdruf store. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AMD VAN BUREh .ft. CHICAGO. Stimulate the stomach, rouse the liver, cure biliousness, headache, dizziness, lour stomach, constipation. •te. Price 25 cents. Sold bj- »11 drunfiiti. Zh* onlT fill* to ttk» witfc Hood'i SuwpuiU*. Pills Bridge City Lodge, E. of V. All members are urged to attend the regular session tonight, as business of special importance will be brought np.—Harry Baughman, C.C. Smoke the Oolonbi* cigar y FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. A: P. and L. *. A: -TI. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $73,000,00 hive iust been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found in my hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light ind steam neat in every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owier «< The soothing, healing effect* of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup It relt almost Instantly. There !• BO other ooogh medicine that combine* so many virtue*. Sold by all

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