Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 24, 1897 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 24, 1897
Page 23
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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 -•ur famons make of Clothing *t Manufacturers prices. No matter what inducements others hold out for your trade we'll alway 3 go them one better. This is a .*ood time to pick out vour 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 al! kinds of (goods. An? ot the above mentioned Suits and Overcoats will cost you 42,50 more id any other house In Lo- gansport.Those low prices are mentioned by us because we are manufacturers and no middleman's profit to $2, $3, $4 and $5 Are the 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. $1 for 81.50 Hats, |1.50 f«r $2 Hats and 2.09 for 3.00 Hats •fcfcat sell anywhere for 3.00. lOc for Hose you pay 15c for elsewhere. 50e for Fleeced Lined Underwear ttat »ther Houses sell at a big Bargain for 69 cents. The Best Unlanndried Shirt far Me im America. 50 cents for an •eiegant Lauudried Shirt, Fancy BOSOM, extra Cuffi. 50 Laundried ;.Sbirte Cuffa attached,2 extra Cellars for your moneys worth. Call at THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old Stand. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For A Suit or Overcoat fie Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed, 304 Market Street, Over Coupon's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to Che BtnUtable Produce and Stock Exchange. Caoltal Stock tlO).000, fully paid. Members OfOonsolldfttod Produce acd Stock Exchange. a w?fSrnish our customers dally .market re- Aorti over our private wires la this city, we SSptoUu'l? /ohd; your i-atronago throu B h wur local ojrrMp&iidonw . Milner «;. A., it. HnlldlnK. t, Ind. C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. in.urenoe and Loans. All kinds of Insurance und Bonds written In first class cora- Money to loan 8 par cent. . S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. a«lll promptly attended to D»T or u«uiP p 818 Broadway. rBLWHONS-0«oe. W. Kroner. SETrO/TVELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Hftkes Abstracts and •WKtos Flro. Tornado and Plate Ql»ss Insurance. GEORGE W.'RODEFER. «eal Estate, Loans. ^dot:M«rkotitreet bridge.. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, to« neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. INSURANCE^ Of all Kiuds Written by GEQ. GQNSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Qver City National BanK Corner of Fourth and BroadwaT Ototral Telephone No Office S6S, residence MS D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, MARKET STREET OptUtn OTW Bruggeman's Millinery Stow. OITY NRWS. Mr3. T. W. Purkey Is visiting at Toledo, 0. May every family in Logansport enjoy a good Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Otto Briggs went to Montlcello yesterday afternoon to visit relatives for a few days. Thomas Manders and wife ot Gas City, formerly of Logansporc, have a new daughter. Chas Beam, of the Eastend, has returned from a few days' visit with friends at Peru. Leave your orders for Thanksgiving flowers at Chas. Patterson's, Porter's. Both phones. Lafayette's famous artesian well, which for more than half a century has furnished health-giving water for the people of that city, has gone dry. Kobert M.. Johnson, son of Township Trustee Johnston, has removed from Colorado to Palouse, Washington, and engaged in the drug business. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Orwin.of Cartervllle, Ills., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. M. G-rable, in Bethlehem township. They came to attend the Powell golden wedding. Wort Hoffman was arrested yesterday morning upon the charge of assault and battery, preferred by Ed Brlce. His trial wlil occur tomorrow before Mayor McKee. The entertainment given on Monday evening at the home of S. A. Vaughn, by St. Cecelia's Guild of Trinity Episcopal church, was a pleasant affair and a financial success. One of the best known manufacturing concerns at Lafayette has cut wages 25 per cent in all departments. Several firms there are making arrangements to go cut of business on the first of the year, unprofitable trade being assigned as the reason. Mrs. Greenbaak called at the Pharos office yesterday and contradicted the statement that she conducts a road house. Instead she says she tries to conduct an orderly house, and that her bar Is patronized by hanest and law abiding people. The shooting of Matthews by Evans at her place she says was one of those unfortunate occurrences which Is liable to hippen any place. j IJULLT JCELLIE MCHE.VRI In "A. Night In Sew York" at the Opera House Tonight—8tere Brodlo Friday Xlgnt. Jolly Nellie Me Henry will be seen inH. Grattan Donnelly's latest creation in farce comedy, "A Night in New York," at the opera house tonight. The farce comedy is not yet over, nor will the time ever come when the people will not prefer laughter to tears. That is wby frolicsome, rollicking plays like "A Night ia New York"dra-v crowded Louses. There is something infectious in laughter and therefore an actress or a play that pleases a considerable portion of any audience will carry away the approval of the whole. Jolly Nellie McHenry Is a comedienne of such inimitable humor that one must be cold indeed to not fall in love with her. Sue impersonates three widely different characters during the even- Ing aod is without a doubt a whole show herself. There are others, how- .ever, and pleasing specialties follow each other, but not so rapidly as to make one forget the plot of the play. NEW YORK STARS To be aeen in this city at the opera house next Friday night will be Steve Brodle in his new act, "A Night at Steve Brodle's," in conjunction with that very strong variety oreanizatlon, "The New York Stars," a group of stage luminaries, favorably known to the footllght patrons. Brodle'R act Hakes place In, a complete and iif'e-iike scene, representing his saloon on the Bowery, New York City. This scene has long been recognized by the critics and public as something really unique ID the way of life-like comedy. In it will be found the most realistic portrayals of New York life among the lowly that the stage has ever produced. Brodle himself is too popu larly known to need any introduc tlon. His specialty and surroundings will be a complete novelty in eveiy detail. Prominent people with the company are Annie Hart, Coakley and Huested, Leslie and Curdle, Hiatt and Pearl, Curtis and Gordon, who give a most exciting boxing and bag punching act, and Garnella and ShlrK. _^_ A PCZZLE TO LAWYERS. What Will Result Shonld Indeterminate Sentence Law be Void? Lawyers of this city are puzzlin? their heads to figure out what would be the result should the Supreme court declare unconstitutional tbe indeterminate sentence law of the last legislature. An agreed case is now before the highest tribunal and a decision is expected every Jay. It is said there are so many flaws in the law that there is little doubt it will be knocked out. Incase it is, tbe expense to the various counties would be tremendous, as all of the prisoners sentenced under the law will have to be taken back to be re- sentenced. There is a question as to whether an opinion declaring the act unconstitutional will not carry with it the necessity of a new trial in each case and if this Is required the expense will be enormous. In Marion county alone 160 prisoners have up to date been sentenced under the law. Northslde Kindergarten. A new kindergarten will open at 600 Sycamore street, December 6th. Mrs. Frank L. Flndlay, wife of the piano tuner, will have charge of the work, Mrs. Findlay has had many years experience In primary school teaching, making use of kindergarten methods whenever practicable. She has undertaken this work at the suggestion and request of friends who fenow something ot her ability in the training of young children. She will hold a mother's meeting at her rooms the third Wednesday afternoon of each month. Local Union Programme. T7" 7 Following is the programme to be given _by_cthe local union at the Cumberland Presbyterian church this evening at 7:30: Devotiionals—Led by Mr. E. J. Vance, Song. Special music—Male Quartette. Address—Miss Jennie T. Masson, of Indianapolis, state secretary,C. E. Solo—Miss Edna Stevens. Song—Mizpah. Everybody is invited? and every Eadeavorer is earnestly requested to present. "Sunset Limited." A vestibuled train jof composite compartment drawing room sleeping cars and dining cars, Chicago and St. Louis to California in three days. Complete particulars mailed free to any address by your local agent or James Charlton, G. P. A., C. & A. B. R., Chicago, 111., or K. C. Townsen, G. P. A., St. L. I. M. & S. By., St. Louis, Mo. Smoke the Ooluubia cigar,, ADDITIOS4L ITEMS. Hot and cold soda" at Porter's. Shoes at half price Walden's bankrupt store. Lon Dale, of Frankfort, was in the city yesterday. Dresa goods sale now in full blast at Golden Rule. For fresh taffies, made every day, stop at Quigley'^ new store. For rent, house 7 rooms, East Market. Enquire 1706 Market street, Miss Lulu Webster, of Fulton, was in the city yesterday visiting relatives. Grand ball by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman at the rink tonight. Shearer's floe ice cream is good with turkey. Order early for Thanksgiving. The cloak department is the busy place at the Golden Rule because they are offering the bargains. Judge Chase ruled for the plaintiff in the partition suit of Dugal Coons vs. Elizabeth Coons and others. Rufus Magee, executor of the estate of the late Katharine Me- Gllnn, has filed his final report. Edward Bizzell and Edward Rassell, both colored, have opened a barber shop in Sol Cohn's cigar store on Market street. The Elks' minstrels will 'give two performances in Logansport, Monday and Tuesday night, December 20th j and 21st, and at Peru the fpllowing I sight, The Barnett house will serve their Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday from 1 to 3 o'clock p. m. Among the many delicacies that the menu will offer are fresh strawberries from Los Angeles, Cal.; fresh tomatoes and cucumbers from Florida. A fancy bakery and restaurant will be opened within a short time in Samuel Hart's building on Market street, formerly occupied by the Logansport Wall Paper company. It will be operated by Frank K, Loyd, for fiye years the pastry cook at the Barnett house. Rev. F. M. Huckleberry and family will keep open house tomorrow (Thanksgiving) day from 3:30 to 7:30 and all members of the Baptist church and friends of the family are cordially requested to favor the parsonage with a call. The annual roll call of the church will be observed at the church at 7:30 p. m. The plant of the Russiaville Sun. which was latel? abandoned by the veteran wandering journalist, James Pinkerton, has been sold to S. S. Richards and James Zenor, who will operate it, undeir the name of the paper formerly published there, the Russiaville Observer The first number of the paper will appear next week. • Advertising undoubtedly takes away the business from those who do not advertise and gives it to those who do, and those who have succeeded best, growing day by day, have been those who have been the most persistent advertisers In season and out of season in the columns or the Pharos, which Is the acknowledged medium for Logansport and vicinity. Mrs. Adam James, residing on Linden avenue, east of Sycamore street, took her husband's revolver Monday afternoon and walking to Eel river proceeded to test the weapon. As a consequence there is a hole in a galvanized iron wash tub which stood near the backdoor ot Mr. and Mrs. Adamson's residence across the river. Hereafter when Mrs. J. takes a nn- tion to practice with a revolver she will go to the woods. The government is to issue a new series of postal cards early in December, the first prints of which will be eagerly sought by collectors, as they are promised to be of special artistic merit. It has recently been disclosed that some of the smaller countries, taking advantage of the eagerness of the many collectors and the high ||W e A re Determined To close out our various lines of OVERCOATS in j ; men's boy's and children's department. We are OVER STOCKED, and to anyone needing a garment of this < • character, would saytbat we have made prices tbat will <> move the goods. We have a large variety in Beavers, AEeltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black. Brown,*Blnes,Ul6ters 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 Hp.Good heavy comfortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings We bare a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this Hue. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which » faH of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We hare the best 25 and 50c Knee pamts ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A fail supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to J supply anyone with a correct garment.that we oamn«t fit j from stock. Thanking you for past favors. * -~ • J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. f 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indian | £»+»+»»»»*••••••*••*•*+•••••••••••»+••••••+••«••••**+ prices paid by them,have issued numerous "limited editions" of postal cards which have sold for large premiums. Scrofulous Humor ATTACKED A LITTLE GIRL. A YIcloDS Ram Preyented From Killing Cliloe Woodllnr. The six-year-old daughter of Chas. Woodllng, of Noble township, was attacked by a vicious ram yesterday, while on her way to school at the Walnut Grove school house, two miles northwest of the city. The animal had knocked the child down eight or ten times, and had almost crowded ner onto a barbed wire fence, when Simon Forlow hapoened along in a buggy. He drove the ram back by striking it over the nose with, tbe butt of a buggy whip, but It showed fight. It floally jumped the fence, but afterwards came back into the road and again attempted to butt Mr. Forlow. He was too much for it, however, and drove It back again, The little girl was considerably bruised and lacerated. She certainly would have been badly hurt, and probably killed, had not Mr. Forlow happened on the scene when he did. AMUSEMENTS. D OLAtf'S OPEKA HOUSE. • • • • Wednesday, November. 24. Brerj-body'i F*voriw> Coffl'Sdienne. - JOLLY NELLIE McBENRY In the Enchanting Effervescent Lyrical Comedy, Hip in New York By HGRATTANDONNELLY, Author of "AjNlght at the Clrcui' etc. Absolutely the Funniest Farce ever Constructed. PRICES..|1, 75c,50c, 35c and 25c. Seats on sale at Johnston's drup store. A SCREW'S RELIEF As Interpreted by an Appellate Court Decision. If you are on somebody's note as surety, a recent decision of the Indiana Appellate court will Interest and probably instruct you. The court holds that a written notice served on the holder of a promissory note, properly dated and signed by a surety on such note, commanding the holder to -'sue the note which I signed for Rue, or I will not continue to be responsible as surety," is not such a notice as will relieve the surety from liability under the provisions of sections 1224 nnd 1225, R. S. 1891, ia case suit is brought on the note within a reasonable time. The court holds that the only way a surety can be relieved from liability is to serve a notice on the holder of a note to "forthwith" sue the principal. AN UP-HILL STRUGGLE For "Sleepj" Burke Endi In Imprisonment. "Sleepy" Burke, the famous Chicago criminal, who was a principal in the robbery of Miser Schrage, a year or so ago, and who started out in the reformation lay and made speeches In this and surrounding cities last summer, has once more fallen by the way-side. "Sleepy," arler serving no end of time, was out on his good behavior and no doubt did make an effort to lead a different life. He found it very rough sledding. His past life barred him from all avenues of legitimate work, while an impediment in bis speech rendered his lecture work up-hill business, so that io w)11 be & matter of no surprise to Jlear lbati tbe famous crook is once more Jn ^ to( j s at Minneapolis, ba robbe(J an Qld " D OLAN'S OPBKA HOUciB. WM. DOLAN, MANAGER. FRIDAY, NOV., 26, 1897. Three Big Showg in One. COMEDY, VAUDEVILLE SENS A- TIONAL, A Star Cast ot Famous Comedians, Pretty Girls, and Novel Specialties and Original Sce'nlc Production of New York Life. PRICES...25c, 50c, 75cand ll.W. Seals on sale at Johnston's drug store. YOU SEEN The New Ftfrniture Store in the new Pythian Block Corner, Market, Fifth and Erie Streets? YOU SEEN Blood in a Terrible Condition and j All Run Down in Health-Has Be- i come Strong and Healthy. j "J was all run down, blood in terrible j condition and I was troubled with a severe J c k arc . e( j icrofulons hamor which caused me great I K suffering. I took medicine for a long j man. _ time, but received no permanent benefit, j Licensed to Wed At this time I was working in a general ». nn i arnn nf Parr-nil store, and I thought I would look over the Dallas B. Appleton Of Carroll medicines and see if I could find some- | county and Cora Benner of Cass thing that would hit my case. I read an j county, Jacob Keller and May Reed, advertisement of Hood's Sarsaparilla and i botn 0 { t, n { a c tty; Charles E. Lybrook concluded to fay it- The first bottle i and jjattle Turner, both of Deer helped me wonderfully and I continued j Creek towns i 1 ip. George W. Oliver its use until I had taken nine bottles. By ; ^ EUza ^ Brit|toni Dotr i o f this this time I felt lite a new man, *nd sine, j ^.^ w ^ R Jacoby 8nd Mary E. ; y; Andrew J. Greening and [•• i Florence mead it as the beat medicine on earth. Joss 3. LrrrtE, MunnsviUe, N. Y. Hood's Sarsaparilla bell and Francis R. Smith, city. Journal: Mrs. George Hood's Pills pou, aid digeitton. *«. ; friend* In the city. Lafayette ™** A » nd Port, have Those Quarter Sawed Oak Leather, Cobbler, Seat Rockers, they usually sell st $4.00, our price is $2.25 YOU SEEN Those heavy, well made polished, square top Center Tables. 25*25 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. returned home after Hood's Pills Bestore fun. regular action of the bowels, do not Jrri- • i UK or Inflame, but leaf* all tk« <«lic»t» ilgiailni grin perfect eoodttiaiiL Trr fttm. W MM*. - Hw* * OK, LnMU.'!

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