Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 26, 1897 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 26, 1897
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To go below u» In price Is to go below us in quality. giving Again we fulfill the Big Store's promise,!* give its patrons the best values obtainable under tht sun. Lowest prices quoted in America. Every Department Adds Its Fall Share -of valuts to the entire store's offerings for the next week, making a solid share of bargains that wili proved unmatchable, irresistible, not the offering of cheap, worthless merchandise, for there iin't any here, but the values that result from careful buying in large quantities. We are manufacturers of a large share of our clothing and are willing to be content with small profits. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS We are offering for the next week, Suits and Orercoats for $5, the kind others ask C.OO for; 7.00 for the kind you see in other houses for 10.00; lt.00 suits in Scotch, Tweeds, Satin Black in coat, others •call them cheap at 15.00, our priee 10.00. The most tender spot in a mother's heart is to see ier boy look better than some other boy, and if you can find a place in the state of Indiana where it can be done, it is at the Children's parlor or THE HtTB, where you will find novelties at prices tnat will open your eyes, :Suits and Overcoats 2.00 to 5.90.— Don't forget that you can save 25c to 1.00 on each hat you buy at The Hub. Novelties in shirts, neck- swear, and underwear at a big saving to you. THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old Stand. BOLD THEFT Of a Horse and Baggy Wednesday 1ft ernoon. A horse and buggy belonging ti Lawrence W. Flanigan, residing fivi miles south, wa§ stolen In the city Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Flani gan and daughter came to town at o'clock in the afternoon and hitched the horse In front of Dr. Bradfleld' office, on Third street. An hou later, when they were ready to return home, the rig was missing. The buggy is entirely new. Tbe seat anc back are upbol§tered In light colored corduroy. The horse Is a bay, rather large, and lame in the left hind leg. The theft was reported to the police, but thus far no trace of the rig has been found. ASSDiL The Fifteenth of the Old Reliable Furniture House. As has been our custom for the pist fifteen years we will open up our large furniture rooms on Friday and Saturday evenings, November 26th and 27th. We would be pleased to have you make a general inspection oi' the stock at that time, which consists of bed room suits, parlor suits dining room suits, fancy rockers, and In fact everything usually found in a first class furniture store. A cordial invitation is given to all. ASH & HADLET. THE MERCHANT TAILOR ...... THLSFALL ...... Kor A. Suit or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Gurmeivts. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor; to. •Che Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stock *100,OOD, fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, W^furnish our customers dally market ro- ,«5Ort8 over our private win-Bin thlBCltr. we ISjpectruUy solicit your tatronatfo through Wir local ojrreapoadorHB . W. Milner <;. A. K. Hnlldinff, Lconnuwpurt. Ind. 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,319 Pearl St. „ • ~ Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKKRQ C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth. Street. OITY NRWS. Loani Money at fl per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plato Glass Insurance. GEORGE W.:KODEFER. -*.-*Estate, Loans. »tm«t No. SI ^Llof i«»rtet itreet bride*.. me •onue.east flENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, t class worlc. Stylish and well fit- 324 PEARL STREET. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO.GQNSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Comer of Fourth »nd Bro»<5w»» -Central Telephone No Office 863, rewdenco 343 D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET 47nUlri OTer Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Shoes. —Wllley's shoe store. Fine mantle clocks.—Ben Martin. Jay Taylor was at Indianapolis yesterday. Mrs. Mary J. Snell, of Deer Creek, is critically 111. Sheriff Homburg treated hio prisoners to a turkey dinner yesterday. Mrs. William Weodllng, of Walton, is in the city visiting meads. The usual Thanksgiving dinner was served yesterday at Longcllfl hospital. Mr. C. J. Harrison, late of Royal Center, has taken up his residence in this city. Some very new styles In ladles' shoes.—Willey's cash shoe store, 3d and Mkt. st. Novelties in gold jewelry, sterling silver, etc.—Ben Martin, the Fourth sweet jeweler. Appropriate Thanksgiving services were held at the different churches in Burnettsvllle. Charles Newer and Charles Houser are home from Carrington, North Dakota, wbere they worked at the carpenter trade during the summer. The Fulton Oil company began drilling for oil last Monday,fgolng at the rate of 100 feet a day. They will probably strike trenton rock next week. The Ladies society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, of Deer Creek, will meet at the home of Mrs, John McClaln the first Wednesday In December, Otto Briggs, a well known young man of this city, has skipped. He left to escape arrest upon the charge of paternity preferred by a young woman residing in the Eastend. He is said to have located in Colorado. John B. Cromer, state agent of the Home Fire Insurance company, together with twenty agents of the company, held a meeting at the Barnett hotelin this city Tuesday. It is said that the company will draw the line on the insurance of farm buildings. Upon petition Judge Chase appointed Mrs. Elizabeth H. Hitesman guardian of Chester E. Hitesman in place of John F. Johnson, the defaulting president of the State National bank, who is disqualified. The newly appointed guardian is the boy's mother. Her bond was approved. Suit for $5,000 Damages. At Kokomo, the' other day, Attorneys Blacklldge & Shirley, of that place, brought suit for Samuel Gray a well-known farmer of Jackson township, this county, against P. C. C, & St. L. (Panhandle) railroad company demanding damages In the sum of f5,000 for injuries mstained, March 29th last, while alighting from a passenger train at Galveston. It is alleged that plaintiff purchased a ticket from Logansport to Galveston, that the same was accepted by the conductor, and upon the arrival of the train at Galveston he attempt' ed to get off: thao before he could do so the train had started again, and that a brakeman seized him by the coat, pushed him down on the steps and ordered him to jump; that being confused by such treatment he did jump; and in doing so was thrown violently on the station platform sus tainlng injuries that are permanent. Fireniens' Ball. The annual ballot Good Will lodge, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, was held at the Broadway rink Wed nesday evening, and although the attendance was not as large as on former occasions, the event was none the less enjoyed, and those present report a splendid time. There were twenty-eight numbers on the pro- gramme, and It was near daylight when Steinhart's orchestra struck up "Home Sweet Home," notifying the jolly revelers that It was time to cease their mirth. Mr. P. L. Rau was the general manager of the affair and to him and h!s assistants, P. U. Gray, T. R. Jackson, M. E. Green and J. Berry is due much of the success of the event. Great Vaudeville Company. One of the most popular and clever acts of today is Steve Brodie in "A Night at Steve Brodie's" which will be seen here at the opera house tonight in conjunction with that strong vaudeville organization "The New York Stars," the members of which are well and favorably known to the theatres of most large cltUs. Brodie will introduce real character life as seen any day in his Bowery saloon, the Mecca for cosmopolitans, East Siders, slghtseefcers, journalists and caracturlsti. Steve of course will be the central figure and as supported by the entire company will show characters so life-like that they seem to have stepped from the real Bowery. Again Residents of This City. James Burwlck, the railroad evangelist, and family, former residents of this city, but who for the past two years have resided at Danville, Ills., have removed back to this city and taken up their residence at 514 Railroad street. Mr. Burwlck is now regularly engaged In the railroad evangelistic work and will make this his headquarters. He came from Winnipeg last Friday, where he [eft snow two feet deep. He was prevented frnm filling his engagement here Sunday by the illness of his wife. K. of P. Dance. Pythian temple, corner of Market and Fifth streets, was the scene of an enjoyable social hop on Wednesday evening.given oy the merDbers|of the order. This is the first of a series of dances to be given during the present season. Tne attendance was very large and all present report an enjoyable time. Fornofl's orchestra furnished the music. Smoke the Columbia cigar ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Rubbers.—Willey's anoe store. Thos. Brown is visiting relatives at Delphi. Shoes at half price Walden's bankrupt store. Ollie Jenness is visiting relatives at Walton. Ex-Sheriff Adams is reported seriously ill. Mrs, John Ludwig has returned from a visit at Pern. Born to Mr, and Mrs Bender, of 1425 George street, a son. Mrs. M. D. Fansler is entertaining Mrs. Mary Murphy, of Lafayette. L. B. Ouster and wife spent Thanksgiving with, friends at Monticello, Miss Llllie Bowman spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Indianapolis. Miss Oora Baker, who has been visiting here, returned to Lafayette today. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winters, of Rochester, spent Thanksgiving in the city. James Baker returned to Lafayette today, after a short visit here with relatives. Joseph Saarkey, of Washington township, is visiting relatives at Indianapolis. J. C. Phillips, of Elwood, is In the city visiting relatives and friends for a few days. Rev. Grimes, of the Falrview U. B. circuit, Is conducting a revival meeting at Fulton. Dr. John Landis and wife, of Cincinnati, are the guests of the former's mother in this city. A case of scarlet fever has been reported in the family of William Bussom, No, 17 Plum street. Mrs. James McElhaney, sr., has returned from a western trip, during which she visited her daughter. The Industrial club was pleasantly entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Kline at her home on High street. The suit of John Harvey against Jesse Baker, to foreclose a mechanic's lien, was decided by Judge Chase in favor of the defendant. Mr. and Mrs. John Buchanan, ot near Metea, Bethlehem township, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary next Monday. The Methodists and United Brethren, of Adams township, are holding revival meetings at their churches, Zton and Mt. Curmel. Judge J. C. Nelson and son. Coleman Nelson, spent Thanksgiving with t-he boys who are students at Howe's military academy, Lima, Ind. Mrs. Amos Kistler, ot Royal Center, is at the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Gusta Porter, who is afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism. Mr. George Oliver, of Fulton county, and Mrs, Elizabeth Brltton, of Bethlehem township, were married yesterday at high noon at the latter's residence. Frank Long, city editor of the Kokomo Dispatch, was among the Thanksgiving visitors to Logansport. He came over with the crowd to root for the Kokomo Wedges. Mrs. J. A. Quealy and daughter, Miss Tillie, spent Thanksgiving with the former's husband, Mr. Al Quealy, at Chicago. Al is now filling a position in the railroad offices in that city. Mrs. T. J. Planck has arrived from Cincinnati to join her husband, who is in the employ of H. G. Tucker, the tailor. Mr. and Mrs. Planck will make Logansport their future lome. The Sunday school convention held at the Baptist church at Young America last Sunday was well attended. The next convention will be held at the Christian church there he third Sunday In February. A purse of 130, together with a number of minor presents, was made up by the teachers of the city schools Wednesday and presented to Miss :da Radabaugh, a former teacher, who has been confined to her home m the Westside the past year with onsumption. Miss Lillian R. Kistler of Royal Jenter and Mr. Nevin D. Lyon of touts were united in marriage, on Wednesday evening, at the home of he bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. iydney Kistler of Royal Center. The groom is employed at Gas City, where he young couple will make their fu- ,ure Home. The social given at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Wednesday evening was a very enjoyable affair ana argely attended. Miss Jennie Mason, of Indianapolis, state secre- ary of the Christian Endeavor union, was present and delivered an address. A pleasing program ot In- Hood's Best to take after dniner; prevent distress, aid diges- ion, cure constipation. Purely Tegenble; do not gripe or e»UM pain. Sold, by »11 drnggl«tj. K cent*. Preptrwt only by C. I. Hood * Co, Low«U, KM*. We 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 Beaver*, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Elnes,lTlster8 Reefers etc.. of finest quality, and first class make- In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock «rer offered before in 50c lines aji.Good heavy comfortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings "We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, a:ad Shirts, closest figures passible. Splendid Tearing garments in this Hue. Do not forget our 'Children's Depi. which ie fall of wearing apparel tor the little fellows. We k&ve the best 25 and 50c Knee pa»ts ever offered in this ntarket. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. Ajjfuil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged t» '< supply anyone with a correct garment.that we aaanot fit ! irom stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indian r Pills atrumental and weal music was rendered. Mies Blanche Toland is at Richmond visiting Miss Newman. Miis Nettie Felker entertained the '97 club on Tuesday evening. George Brown, of Indianapolis, is in the city for a short visit with relatives. Miss Lulu Webster of Fulton was In the city yesterday visiting relatives. L. C. Parraeter, of Wabash, was a guest of Logansport friends over Thanksgiving. Marion Leader: Mr. and Mrs. I. Evans, of Swayzee, were In the city a short time this morning, en route to Logansport, Miss Ella Boiler, of Idavllle, who has been visiting friends and relatives in the city for a few days, returned home today. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cook have returned to their home at Toronto, Canada, after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Winter, of thb Westside. The funeral of the late Larkln Hammon was held at 9:30 a. m. today from the family residence, No. 22T State street. Rev. West officiating. Interment was made in the St. John cemetery, in Clinton township. Rev. J. C. Barren, of Crawfordsville, and Miss Lizzie M. Kutz were married a few days ago at Kutztown, Pa. Rev. Barron was formerly a resident of Royal Center and superintendent of the M, E. Sunday school at that place. A fair-sized audience witnessed the presentation of "A Night in New York," at Dolan's Wednesday night, by Nellie McHenry and company. Two or three of the specialties were fairly good. Miss McHenry is too stout for an up-to-date vaudeville star, and time has destroyed her voice. Mesdames D. C. Justice and D. H. Mull have returned from Kokomo, where they attended the Mahan- Beaching wedding. The bride. Miss Retta Mahan, is well known here, having been a frequent visitor. The newly wedded couple passed through the city on their wedding trip en route to Chicago and were met at the station by a number of friends GJudge Chase found for the plaintiff in the suit of Henry Guise, guardian of John Guise, & person of unsound mind, against Joseph Miller and others, setting aside a deed transferring a farm in Fulton county to the defendants. Allen W. Holmes, is to receive $206, a mortgage cancelled and title quieted Gin John Guise. Holmes Is to execute quit claim deed within thirty days. The defendants are to pay the costs of the suit which was brought here on change of venue. One of the strongest vaudeville companies on the road, "The New York Stars," appears in this/sity tonight along with which is Steve Brodle in his great and novel scene, ; A Night at Steve Brodie's." The entire company consists of people known to be at the tip-top of the variety profession, among whom are Garnella & Shirk, Anaie Hart, Hiatt & Pearl, Coakley & Huested, Leslie & Curdle, Curtis & Gordon, in their great boxing and bag-punching act; C. W. Williams, James Foite and Joe Weeger. The great and only King of the Bowery will no doubt receive an ovation on his first appearance in vaudeville. Attention, $u George Comnunderr. All members St. George Commander? Knights of St. John arc hereby ordered to be present; this evening at the armory at 8:00 o'clock. Can. BTTEEL, Capt, AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA HOTJjJB. WM. DOLAK, MAKAQBB. FRIDAY, NOV. 26, 1897. and Three Big Shows in One. COMEDY, VAUDEVILLE SENSATIONAL, A Star Cast of Famous Comedians, Pretty Girls, and Novel Specialties and Original Scenic Production of New York Life. PRICES...25c, 50c, 75cand II.W. Scats on sale at Johnston's drug store. YOU SEEN The New Furniture Store in the new Pythian Block Corner, Market, Fifth and Erie Streets? YOU SEEN 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. 25x25 inch size $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. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREk *f*. CHICAGO. Fl RET. PROOF. One block front C. Ik. I. A: P. I* S. & M* S< KcIIro*A depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 hive just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found to tnjr hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light ind steam heat In every room. Rites 75 cents per day and upward*. first class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owier u<

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