Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 23, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 23, 1897
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To go Below Us in Price, is to go Below Us in Quality. ; r r^ With every purchase of E ;IVE 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 ,«• famons make of Clothing at Manufacturers prices No matter what mduce- nents others hold out for your trade we'll always go them one better This is a W d time to pick out your Heavy Suit and Overcoat. The assortment won t be so omplete later on, nor will the prices be so Low, because these were all bought be- bre the High Tariff went into effect, and we'll have to pay more when we re- dace them This week's offerings ought to interest all shrewd shoppers. 7 50. $ 10 ancl $ 12 For Suits and Overcoats. All wool, fast colors in all kinds of foods. Any of the above mentioned iults and Overcoats will cost you 2,50 more In any other house In Logansport. Those low prices are men- loned by us because we are manufac- arers and no middleman's profit to pay. $2, $3, $4 and $5 Are the prices that hold 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 »nd can save money besides. for 3.00 Hats $1 for §1.50 Hats,. $1.50 for $2 Hats and 2.00 hat sell anywhere for 3.00. lOc for Hose you pay 15e for elsewkere. 50e for Fleeced Lined Underwear that other H«*ses sell at a big Jarcain tor 69 cents. . , The Best Unlanndried Shirt for Me im America. 50 cents for an elegant Laundried Shirt, Fancy Bosom, extra Cuffs. 50 Lanndried Shirts Cuffs attached,.2 extra Collars for your moneys worth. Call at THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old £tand. Youna. THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For ^V Suit or Overcoat Ie Makes Stylish Giirments. All Work Guaranteed, 304 Market Street, Over Couison's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. CapltM Stock *100.000, fully paid. Members ot Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, W? tSroish our customers daily market ro- nrt» over our private wires in this city, we 5<SSi$ "Ed* 5-°" vatronago through our local ojrrespcadonts C. O. Heffley, MORE PAID OUT By the State Last Tear Than Was Collected. The Difference Amounted t« $129,089.28—The Last Legislature Cost the State $105,$17.20. The receipts of the state from al' sources during the fiscal year, ending October 31, 1897, were $7,679,995.24. anfl the disbursements 17,808,064.52 . The amount derived from the tax for the benefit of the general fund was 11,258,086.41. The benevolent institution tax brought in 1884,865.04, and the state debt sinking fund tax raised 1393 975.34. The SChocl tax yielded $2,241,294 30. During the year the benevolent .nstitutiona cost the state $909,134 63; the penal and reformatory institutions, $390,312 02;the educational institutions, $449,248 89, and the circuit courts and prosecuting attorneys, 1210,455.77, The last legis- aturecost the state 8105,317.29, and ihe state printing for the year cost ^55,023.34. MAY BE A SPECIAL SESSIOK. Soternor Mount Almost Persuaded to Call One. It is said that strong pressure is being brought to bear upon Governor Mount from several quarters for the calling of a special session of the egislature and he is giving the matter nerious consideration In the .IgLt of the reasons for It that have been presented. The first, and to the executive the most important reason, is the condition in the state prison at Michigan City which will soon result in idleness of all the convicts, while the directors are powerless either to provide them worker support them in idleness, owing to inadequate appropriations. A second reason is in the demand of the people of the natural gas belt, who say that thousands of dollars' worth of gas is going to waste every day by reason of the want of an adequate statute to punish the corporations engaged in piping oil and prospecting for it. Tbe need of author Ity for inaugurating a park system for Indianapolis is also being urged upon the governor as a reason why the legislature should be convened In soeclal session. . W. «. A. K. Building. liOfniM'P 01 '*' I B<I Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent. S M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. Kroeger, TBUPHONH — Oflloe, lirftln. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on 8BTH M. VRlASHY, _ ao4 Fourth Street.— ft. o»n make you a Loan of *25 and upward <n»r£"on sums ovor*500 8 per cent. o < r> A 4*. I name Farm and City fleal Estate, Loans, property »«a ofiMarket street bridge.. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, ass work. Stylish and well flt- ctothra made Cleaning and repairing neatly done. bee him. 324 PEARL STREET. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Qver City National Bank OOTBOT of Fourth and Broftdwa r lOentral Telephone No Office 363. residence S4S D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OT6i Brugg«m«Q'« Millinery Store. Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. JOLLY NELLIE McUEXRT In "A Sight in Sew York" at Opera Honse Tomorrow Night. the OITY NRWS. Sheriff Homburg Is on the sick list. John Ludwlg Is visiting friends at Peru. Mrs. Lincoln G-Ipe, wife of the Panhandle engineer, is visiting at Chicago. George H. Prescott and wife are preparing to remove from Terre Haute to Logansport. Mrs. Frank E. Gross, wife of the Vandalla engineer, and daughter Marie, are at Indianapolis visiting friends. Practice Is now on by the High school foot ball team for the game with a Kokomo team at the Driving park Thanksgiving. The Our club will entertain their lady friends this evening at the club apartments. Music will be furnished by the Elite Mandolin orchestra. Wm, Hltchens Is under arrest at Royal Center for stabbing Daniel O'Connell of Headlee, In the left breast, at Royal Center, Friday. The wound Is not dangerous. "Pompadour" John Bailey, the colored pugilist, gives out that he has signed articles of agreement to fight "Kid" Welch, of Peoria, Ills., in the vicinity of Logansport within a week. The funeral of Gladys, the 10- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Reed, was held at 10 a. m. today from the residence, 215 Burlington avenue, Rev. H. C. Ken- drlck officiating. The jury In the Stoddard murder case, at Valparaiso, disagreed Saturday. It will be remembered that Stoddard was arrested for the murder of Grace Crowell, formerly of Burnettsvllle, White county. Miss Amalla Strecker, daughter of George Strecker, sr., of West Market street., narrowly escaped being severely burned Sunday by the premature explosion of natural gas in a cook stove. Her hair and eyebrows were slightly singed. Thanksgiving services will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 as follows: At the Broadway Methodist church, sermon by Rev. H. C. Ken- drlck. At the Market street M. E. church, sermon by Rev, B. E. Shaner. At the Cumberland Presbyterian church, sermon by ROT. Dr. Put- ntm. Nellie McHenry, jolly Nellie Me Henry, as every one calls her, will be at the opera house tomorrow night In her new play. "A Night In New York." The play Itself is a satire on the French Ball, or perhaps better, series of complications that hinge on the French Ball, to which t*o en gaged couples go, unknown to each other. The piece Itself is by H Grattan Donnelly. Miss McHenry as Mile. Henrietta, a former vaude vllle queen, appears as a foot-light favorite, a french maid and a country girl. Her husband, John Webster appears as Willouphby Still. Still is one of the goody-goody sort of young men in the first act, but is trans formed to a young man about town with startling swiftness, while Man hattan Is a gay old rounder. Other! In the company are Richard Brown, Wm. Hafford, Billy Barry, J. Hays J. Kenny, Miss Mae Raymond, Miss Mildred Connors, Miss Viola Ray nore, Miss Rosa Crouch and [others. St. Bridget's Bazaar;. The St, Bridget's church 'will give a bazaar during the week, commenc ing this evening. The hall is decor ated very artistically and the affali opens, under very favorable auspices The different booths are presided ovei by a number oJ young ladles. The fancy booth Is very artistically ar ranged and contains numerous ar tides. The doll and candy booth combined in one, promises to be very interesting to the little ones. The flower stand will also add to the in terest of the bazaar A supply o rare plants from other points have been ordered for the occasion. A vocal and instrumental programme will be carried out each evening a the bazaar. Keller-Reed. This evening, at 6:30 o'clock, Mr Jacob Keller and Miss Mae Reed will be united In marriage at St. Bridget's church, Rev. Father Kroeger offlcta ting. Miss Reed is the handsome daughter of Sylvester Reed, the mar ble dealer, while the groom is a verj popular young man in the employ o M. J Bligh, the wholesale liquo dealer, as shipping derk. A weddini supper will be served by Dr. anc Mrs. Lynas, of 1123. Broadway, rela tives of the bride. The young couple will take up their residence here. Smoke the Columbia cigar, ADDITIOJUL ITEMS. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Chas. Winters, of Pern, was in the Ity yesterday. George Williams, of Flora, is vlsit- ng In the city. Miss Mamie Mullen, of Chicago, Is islting In the city. Candies and nuts for Thanksgiving t Quigley's, 424 Broadway. Blue points and little neck clams t Kinney's Broadway market. C. J. Phillips, of Elwood, was In he city yesterday on business. For rent, house 7 rooms, East Maret. Enquire 1706 Market street, A rattling good thing—our dollar larm clocks—Ben Martin, jeweler. The "Fallen Among Thieves" corn- any went to Terre Haute this morn- g- Shearer's fine Ice cream Is good with turkey. Order early forTbanks- iving. Miss Llllle Boiler, of Idavllle, is n the city visiting relatives for a ew days. Dressed turkeys, chickens, fresh ysters, plum pudding, new nuts at ohnston's. Miss Lulu Brown, of Delphi, Is In he city visiting friends and relatives or a few days. Miss Emma Thomas of Kokomo, Sundayed In the city, a guest of Miss Jridget Leahy. Miss Kate White left this morn- ng for New Orleans, where she will pend the winter. Leave your orders for Thanksgiv- ng flowers at Chas. Patterson's, Porter's. Both phones. Miss Mary Golding has returned rom Marion, where she visited riendi for several weeks. Miss Carrie Winters, of Rochester, who has been visiting relatives here, •eturned home yesterday. Miss Theresa Ganter of East Market street, entertained a com>any of friends Saturday evening. The remain* of Oscar M. Lowder, wtio died at Kokomo, were buried here yesterday In Mt. Hope cemetery. Albert M. CaMa, an Inmate of Longcllff Hospital, died Saturday and thfi remains were shipped to Mexico for burial. Marlon Leader: John Arthur, of Logansport, representing the West- :rn Union Telegraph company, was in the city Saturday. John A. Sturkln, for many years foreman of Parker & Johnston's planing mill, has resigned, and will open a job shop on Erie avenve. The Elks' minstrels will give two performances in Logansport, Monday and Tuesday night, December 21st and 22d, and at Peru the following night. H. H. DeWolf was appointed to represent Loeansport at the Boys' and Girls' Employment association convention at Indianapolis in the near future. Will Swigarc has resigned his position at Walter Malben's shoe store to take the position of traveling salesman for G-eiger & Tlnney, of Lafayette. C. A. Myers, of the circulation department of the Indianapolis News, is In the city. He has changed the local agency. Harry Klein, a Pharos carrier, will circulate the News here in the future. The first annual state convention of the Rathbone Sisters convened last evening In Muncie, with a large number of delegates in attendance. Much Important business la before the meeting and it promises to be of great benefit to the order. The session will close this evening with a banquet. Capt. A. H. Hardy Is circulating a petition asking the board of county commissioners to erect a flag-pole by the side of the piece of ordinance in Court park for the purpose of displaying the national flag on national holidays and anniversaries of Important battles fought during the rebellion. At the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Danforth Humphrey, on State street, last evening, occurred the marriage of Miss Harriet Humphrey and Mr. Jacob Cox. The groom was formerly emyloyed at the opera house. He now holds a position at the tin plate works at Elwood, where he and his bride will take up their residence. "Logansport Illustrated" is the title of a very handsome publication just issued from the Journal job rooms. The large pages, printed on fine book paper, are beautifully illustrated with half-tone pictures of Logansport, views of public and private buildings and leading business men and public officials. The title page consists of an artistic engraved lithographic block and adds largely to the beauty of the work. A re To close oat our various lines of OVERCOATS in 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, v£" e have a large variety in Beavers, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords. Black, Brown, Blnes.Olsters 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 tor cold weather. 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 Childrem's Denf., which i* full of wearing apparel for the little fellows. "We have the best 25°and 50c Knee pants ever oflered 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 oann«t fit irorn stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indian EXCITING ENCOUNTER. With Pat Granej Struck on the Head a Controller Crank. An altercation between Motorman Frank Boyer of the street railway, and Patrick Graney, the Panhandle engineer, occurring about 8 o'clock last evening at the corner of Fourth and Broadway, attracted quite a crowd and caused some little excitement. It appears that while Mr. Graney was driving with two ladles his horse became frightened at a car in charge of Motorman Boyer which stood on Fourth street, near Broadway; that the animal run the buggy against the car damaging it considerably; that Mr. Graney then left his rig ic charge of a friend, and returning, became very demonstrative, and Mr. Boyer struck him a terifflc blow on the head with the controller crank, producing an ugly scalp wound. This ended the encounter and Graney called upon a surgeon and had his wound dressed. AMUSEMENTS. T-\»LAtf'S OPERA HOTJSB. Wednesday, November. 24, Everybody'! Favorite Comedienne. - JOLLY == NELLIE McBENRY In the Enchanting Effervesceat Lyrical Comedy, Hip in New York By H.QRATTAN DONNELLY, Author of "Alight at the Circus* etc. Absolutely the Funniest Farce ever Constructed. PRICES..$1, 75c,50c, 35c and 2ic. Seats on sale at Johnston's dr*g store. W. C. T. C. Notice. The regular meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held at the Home for the Friendless at 2:30 p m. Wednesday. Thanksgiving will be observed as usual. All those wishing to contribute to the poor of the city will please leave donations at the home of Mrs. C. L. Grsblenot later than Wednesday evening. MRS E. L. GBABLE, Pres. MRS. JENNIE BODGEKS, Ass't. Sec. Street Acquitted. Mrs. Hannah M. Street, who charged her husband, Winfield Scott Street, the ex-Panhandle engineer, with assault and battery, failed to appear when the case was called in the mayor's court and the defendant was discharged, Street said the charge made by his wife was absolutely false, and that he had his witnesses to prove his innocence. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter.^v 517 Broadway near Sixth port, Indiana. Hood's Restore fn!l. regular action BH^ • • • of the bowels, do not irri- f^f ill ^* tate or inflame, but leave ^^ III S) »U the delicate dhrestire or- ™ m m m -^ gwiiim In perfect condition. Try them. H cent*. Frtptnd only by C, J. B«od * Co, low«U. MM. A SIGNIFICANT VICTORY. Defeat of New York Republican* of Far- ) reaching Import. The most important and eignifican* Democratic victory in some years is that •which the party has won in Greater New York against odds that seemed to te almost overwhelming, says the Atlanta Constitution. The full significance of this victory may be realized when w« remember that it has been tvon in the largest city on the continent, the most Important trade and financial center and the stronghold of the money power with its gold syndicates and powerful financial associations. Not less significant is the result in the state of New York, which the Democrats have carried, reversing a Republican plurality of 280,000. When these facts are taken, into consideration, the effect of the election of the state and city tickets will be to stimulate and strengthen the Democratic party from one end of the country to the other and fan the hopes of the organization into a flame of enthusiasm. Not since the election of Cleveland ia 1SS4 has there been a more significant Democratic victory. The stimulating effect it will have on the party at large in all parts of the country can hardly be overestimated. It is a message of hope and enthusiasm sent from the headquarters of the money power that the people are still true to Democratic principles; that in New York, the chief city of the republic, the second largest city in the civilized world and the great money center of the country, the honest masses are still true to themselves and to the party that stands for popular government, as opposed to government by and for syndicates, trusts Hid monopolies. It is a victory to twlebrate, for its ef- j fact on the country will to at tKM&eodous import. the mart YOU SEEN The New Furniture Store in the new Pythian Block Corner,Market, Fifth and Erie Streets? HJIYE YOU SEEN Those Quarter Sawed Oak Leather, Cobbler Scat Rockers, they usually sell st $4.00, our price is $2.25 YOU SEEN Those heavy, well made polished, square top Center Tables. 25x25 inch size •worth $3.00, our price is $1.50. YOU SEEN Those solid oak Sideboards? We are selling so many of them. They are worth $16 each, our price is only $8,90. Edema of the «calp or scald head, e»en In its moat uvere form,U neTer- f ailingly cored by Doan't Olntottat, the Barest ipeclfic for the itta. ItehM of

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