Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1897 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, November 27, 1897
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OAILYPHAROS SATURDAY. NOV. 27, 1897. OITY NB.WS. 14 shoes $2.48 at Walden's. See Hauk before Christmas. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Abe Stern Is visiting ID Chicago, Good coflee, 8*c a Ih ., at Foley's. Celery sale this evening—Eothmel. Plenty of grapes loc basket.-Taaut. Pork sausage, 7ic a ft,, at Foley'a. Smoked white fish lOc lb.— Traut. Butter, butter, butter I4c.—Key- stone. Architect Krutch of Indianapolis, is in the city. Fresh country butter He lb tonight.—Traut. Follow the crowd to the Keystone grocery tonight. Steve Brodie and company went from here to South Bend. Mrs. E. Deboo was prostrated today with a congest!vechlll. Fried chicken, salads and roast pig at Frank Downey's tonight, Miss Grace Tyner is entertaining Mies Francis McGrafl of Lafayette. Special sale of Arbuckle, Lion and XXXX coflee this eve.— Rotbermel. Mr, and Mrs. George W. Funk, will entertain a party of friends this evening. Miss Minnie Starr returned yesterday, to Evasion, 111., where she is attending school. Fried oysters, potato salad and turkey with beer tonight at Fred Heppe's, on Third street. Miss Bertha Hawkins of Indianapolis was the guest of Mrs. J. P. Hetherington Thanksgiving. Joe Kennedy a popular employe at the Union depot In Chicago Is down visiting friends over Sunday. Wm. Kreitzer of Blcomington, Ills,'is a guest of I. Hlmmelberger and family on east Broadway. A thing of beauty Is a joy forever: for instance, one of our fine 8-flay porcelain clocks.—Ben Martin. There will be a business meeting at the Universalist cliurch this evening at 7 o'clock. Let every member attend. We Vstlll- have 2,000- Ibs Arbuckle XXXX, Jersey Cordova and Javanese coffee left over for tonight's trade, lOc package.—Traut. Thft term of Theodore P. Sewell, as police commissioner, expires January first. The governor has the appointment of a successor. The funeral of the late U. A. McKaig was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the residence. Interment was made in the Shlloh cemetery. The wife of Justice Lalng fell, Thursday, at the family residence in the East end and was painfully bruised about the head and body. George Gonser has been appointed to a clerkship in the office of Secretary of State W. D. Owen, at Indianapolis. He will retain his residence in Loganaport. The defeat of the Kokomo foot ball team in this city Thanksgiving day Is ascribed by the Tribune to the superior team work of the Logansport boya, also to their better ability to play in mud and slush. Jesse Woltz, of Pulaskl county, has retained Attorneys Sellers, of Monticello, and Spangler. of Winamac, and Walters, of this city, to resist the suit brought in the Cass Circuit court oy his wife to obtain a divorce. The Royal Center Record calls the Kenneth stone quarry settlement "MoKlnleyvllle." The reason probably is that the Italians out there all voted for "MoKtn;" or maybe the Record man thinks they have a model McKinley vilU,ge, with their foreign habits, foreign tongue and pauper wages. Let i;he place be called "McKtnleyvllle." Bunker Hill correspondent of Peru Republican: Patrick Cleary, who was recently promoted from a section foreman to an assistant supervisor on the Panhandle railroad, moved his family to Logansport last week. It is a matter of regret by all our citl- xens to have this excellent family move away from our town. They lived In Bunker Hill over twenty years. The moving of Mr, Cleary loaves a vacancy in our board of town trustees. He was president of the board. WIFE. Found Living With James Holland a The Arrest of Her Lover Bronchi Abou a Reconciliation with Her Husband. "Officers Clarke and Shughrue ar rested James Holland, a machinist 1 the employ of Henry Reynolds Thursday morning about 10 o'clock, says the Peru Journal. "They wer at his residence In the large tram Brownell tenement house, on eas Main street, occupied by six or eigh families,the night before at 10 o'clock but he was not at home. His arres was made on the complaint of Samue Woodling, of Logansport, with whos wife he ran away about a month ae; and with whom be has since bee: living. The woman told an office on Wednesday that the child wit! her, though born In wedlock, wa not Woodling's but Holland's, and and that she did not Intend to live with her husbam again. Yesterday, after Holland'; arrest, she changed her mind however, and when her husband ap peared at her domicile, she made up with him and they lelt for Logans port together on one of the evening trains. Holland was taken before Mayor Durand and committed to jail His trial was called today, but as Woodling failed to appear against him, he was discharged." Woodling Is a well known Tipton township farmer. Holland was at one time engaged in the plumbing ouslness here, and conducted a market garden this summer on Bates street, Westslde. A CROWDEU HOUSE Wag Ash & Hadlej's Store at the Opening Last Evening, The fifteenth annual opening given by Ash & Hadley, the well-known furniture dealers, • drew a large attendance last evening to the handsome and brilliantly lighted store on Ma*ket street. The Immense stock that fills three large double floors had been artistically arranged, and the display was beautiful and attractive. The latest Lovelties, those that best please the ladles of taste, were seen on all sides. The display In the large show windows Included some beautiful new pieces, and the first floor seemed to be filled with nothing but the finest and choicest in bed room suites, dining tables, closets, desks and novelties. 0 second floor, the number and L ment of chairs, sofas, parlor s and similar articles was almost bewildering. The third floor, used for duplicate good.s, gave many their first idea of the vastness of the stock carried by the enterprising firm. One of the features of the opening was the exhibition of the Mandel ribbon case, manufactured by the firm for Joseph Mandel. who has apparently invented a device that will secure a large sale. The opening will be continued this evening and another large attendance Is assured. The display will Interest all who admire the beautiful and artistic furniture. Messrs. Ash & Hadley and their assistants will be on hand to extend a hearty welcome to one and all. SERVICES AT THE CHURCBE3. Topics to be Discussed in the Pulpit* Tomorrow. Northside U. B. Church.— Preaching at 2:30 p. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. Southside U. B. Church—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. Services at the Universalist church BROKE AN OAR. John Manes Has a Narrow Escape From Drowning 1 . John Manes, the Panhandle engineer, returned Thursday from a two- months Tislt at Sank Rapids, Minn. He had a narrow escape from drowning while rowing alone on the Mississippi, at & point about T8 miles above St. Paul, by an oar breaking. He sustained a severe injury to his right arm and was unable to row on account of the injury received. He, floated along the river a distance of four miles, Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREflM BAKING POWDER Fight at a Dance. Lou Musselman, of Miami township, got mixed up ia an altercation with Harry Stanley at a dance given at the borne of James Carter, at Adamsboro, Thursday night, and the latter drew a knife and stabbed him In the left arm. The flesh was laid open to the bons for a space of nearly three Inches. Musselman came to the city and the wound was dressed by Dr. Hatch. No arrests. Stanley is a stepson of Carter, and it appears that he and Musselman had some misunderstanding about their partners. After the cutting, someone standing near Stanley knocked him down and the knife was taken from him. tomorrow at 10:45 a. m. Subject: "Life in Keligion." Rev. J. B. Fosher. Cumberland Presbyterian church— Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,: "Selling Oar Blrth- rlgts." Eev. J. W. McDonald, pastor. The Southside Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop OQ Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. Broadway Presbyterian Church — Rev, W. E. Belderwol.'. who recently accepted a call to this pulpit, will deliver the sermon morning and evening. The Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. All are invited. Wheatland Street M. E. church, J, K. Walls, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30 and preaching at iO:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. Junior League at 2:15 p.m., and Epworth League at !:15 p. rn. First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Universalist church tomor- •ow morning at 11 o'clock. Sub ect: "The end of all Error Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ." A wel- ,oms extended to all. Seventh Day Adventist church. Preaching Sunday night. Subject: The Transfiguration of Christ, Where, and What Lesson is There in he Record For Us?" 510 Sycamore treet. O. S. Hadley, pastor, Market Street M. E. church— Morning service at 10:45 a. m. Even- ng service at 7:00 p.m. Sunday chool at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. 0. P. Wright will give reminiscences of her ravels in the orient, commencing at acob's well. All invited. English Lutheran church, B. E. haner, pastor—Sunday school at :30. Morning service at 11 a. m. Qbject: "A Desponding- Saint." he Women's Home and Foreign Missionary society will hold an open eeting ot 7 p. na. All invited. Broadway M. E. church, Rev. . L. Semana, pastor—Class at 9 a. .: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and preaching at 11:00 a. m.; Junior Ep- vvurth League at 3 p. m.: Epworth League at 6. Evening sermon an 7. Subject: "The Marriage Feast. All are cordially invited. Trinity Episcopal church.—Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh pastor, Holy communion at 7 a. m. Morning service with sermon the "Advent Cry—Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is Nigh at Hand." at 11 o'clock. Evening service with sermon on Personal Responsibility, at 7 o'clock.} At the Baptist Church—Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ^Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject: "The Self Reveal- ng Christ." Young people's meet- og 6 p. m. Subject: "Conquest Meeting Africans In America." Evening service 7 p. m. Subject: "The .eprosy of Sin," Southside Mission at 2:JO p. m. JUDGMENT Dress Goods FOR TWO REASONS. ther tart We bought an unusually big stock of DRESS GOODS for this season. la the first place, was every prospect for a good business, and secondly it was a positive certainty that the Dingley would advance prices from 15 to 40 per cent. Continued warm weather and other uufavorableconditioni we could not for see, prevented the realization of our hopes and we now find our stock extremely and selling time to short. We must reduce the quantity, and if necessary, take a loss on a mucl quantity, cost than \ve conld buy the goods for today or for many years to come. ar . much lov J •"• "— — -— ,-_„,_.. • • v .>.... K rtf -^ \j l«l V iJ.W IT -*-*«( -A. fc*\». t-l.i.i 11 \J\J1 —A \J * C-t L T J^/l" Goods, worth up to 40c are now 24c.—Black and fancy Mohair Mixtures,worth up to 50c are now 33c.— .Novelty and Plaid Dress Goods, worth up to 69c are now 45c.—Poplins and Silk Finish Henrietta,wot up to Soc are now 58c.—Novelty and Plain Dress Goods, worth up to $1 are now 6Sc. See These Values Before Buying Your Dress. THE QOLDEN RULE. Another Slaughter —IN— Shoes. 97c for Men's §1.50 Dress Shoes. ;: Heavy Shoes. " Satin Calf Shoes. " low cut Rubbers. Ladies' Dress Shoes. Ladies' solid comfort 98c 69c 25c 98c 96c " old Shoes. 64c for old Ladies' Wool lined Shoes. 93efor " " Button Shoes. 92c '• Boy's lace Shoes, 86c " Youth's lace Shoes. lOc '• Ladies' Slipper. Everything as -low in proportion, 101/11 W ILLln 403 Broadway. THE BIQQEST MAN and thejsmallest in town, will equal satisfaction in the fit of h clothes if our tape line has baa around him. We have & sort of prW in fitting men that other tailor can't please. It's the know-hoi that tells the taste, and) our etpar ence and observation has that. Come in and look over on stock of F»ll Goods, and try not to h amazed at the prices we quote, 409 given • Tailoci Market Street. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-dat« Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and ir fact anything you want for a first class Busine» DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. ! John F\ Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, ite AS Snow Is your linen when it comes home from Marshall's Laundry. AoUce. All men are cordifcll/ invited to the R. R. Y. M. C. A. rooms tomorrow afternoon at 1:10 o'clock. Special songs and praise service, lesson Phil. 2-5. WORLD'S FAiR, CHICAGO. 1893 BUnk Books, Ledf«i*, Jonrsato Made to order or furnished from itock by Longwell & Cummlnga. »iTe» i gainst David Loftm . But Transfer of Red Estate Held Good. Judge Chase yesterday decided the case of the Columbia Brewing com any against David Loftus and his wife, Bridget Loftus. While in the aloon business David Loftua got into debt with the brewing company to he extent of 1277, and the above uit was to set aside the conveyance if residence property at the south ast corner of Market and Second treets from Loftus to his wife- The ourt gave the brewing company udgment against Loftus for the mount of the claim, bat held that he transfer of the property w»s lega nd could not be set aside. Lairy & Mahoney represented the defendant! nd Magee & Funk the plaintiff. The ame action was taken in a suit rought by Robert Kreuzberger gainst Loftus and wife. Mr.Kreuz berger's claim amounts to 1285. Volunteers of America. A united temperance meeting wllj be held at the Volunteers' armory, o!3 Third street, this evening at 8 o'clock. Good music and singing. Captain Murphy will speak. Subject: "White Out of Black." Meetings will be held tomorrow as follows: At 3 p, m,, a Christian conference. Repreientatives from all the city churches are invited. Engineer Longabaugh will speak at this meeting. At 8 p. m. a free salvation meeting will be conducted by Mrs. M. F. Murphy. 1JW songs and chomses. Everybody welcome. Admission free to all meeting!. Tke Wemther. Fair tonight and Sunday; fair In north tnd wett portions Sunday. No. 608 Broadway. Wagon will call for us a trial. Both 'Phones 110. your work. Give Fall And: winter Woolens A Complete Assortment of the Latest Novelties from Domestic and Foreign Markets. Pierce, the Tailor 318 Market Street // Jou Want lo be in the, Swim ==PATENTS== American and Canadian. You had better le HOOLEY —Make Tour— Patents promptly obtained, Patent, Mechanical an Perspective Drawings prepared, Inventions Developed. Spry Block Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit To* When all others faiL I „, B B. GORDON Determined IF YOU WANT TO BOY Good Shoes AT Lowest Prices ..See. Special Attention Given to Fit and Single Pair Orders. See os for Holiday Shoes and Slippers. Every Pair Guaranteed; To close out our various lines of QVEBCOATS in. men's boy's and children's department. We are OVER STOCKED, and to anyone needing a garment «f this character, would say that we have made prices that will move the goods. We have a large variety in J3eaver«, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Blne8,tJl8ter» Reefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and tare the largest stack offered before in 50c lines uji.Q-ood heavy eor»fortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duet Coats and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid rearing crarments in this line. J)o not forget our Childrem's Depi, which is fafl of rearing apparel lor the little feUows. "W« karo the best 25 and 50c Knee pa»ts ever offered in thii market Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. AJfnil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged t* supply anyone with a correct garment.that we tamiMt fit from stock. Thanking 701 for past favors. I J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. t 322 Market Street, Loganpcrt, btiua

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