Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 29, 1897 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 29, 1897
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To go below as in price Is to go below us in quality. Thanksgiving Offering. Again we fulfill the Big Store's promise,to give its patrons the "best values obtainable under tht sun. Lowest prices quoted in America. Every Department Adds Its Full Share THE SEW PASTOR. making •of values tu the entire store's offerings for tlic next week, solid share ot bargains that wili proved unrnatchable. irresistible, not the offerincr of cheap, worthless merchandise, for there isn't any here, but the values that result from careful buying in large quantities. We rare manufacturers of a large share of our clothing and are to be content with small profits. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS We are offering for the next week, Suits and Overcoats for S3, the kind others ask G.5o for; 7.00 for the kind you see in other houses for 10.00; 10.00 suits in Scotch, Tweeds, Satin Black in coat, others •call them cheap at 15.00, our price 10.00. The most tender spot in a mother's heart is to see her bey 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 HUB, where you will find novelties at prices tnat will open your eyes, -Suits and Overcoats 2.00 to 5.00.—Don't forget that you can save 25c to 1.00 on each hat you buy at The Hub. Novelties in shirts, neck•wear, and underwear at a big saving to you. THR HUB, Harry prank's Old £tand. Youno, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For A Stiit or Overcoat 5Ie Makes Stylish Garments. 304 Miirkct Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor; to, Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. CnplUl Stock HOO.OOO, fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce (md Stock Exchange, •Chicago. We furnish our customers dally market ro- ;0ort8 over our private wires in this cltv. " e tfe«peotfully solicit your patronugv through aur looai correspondents W. W. Milner C. 0. Heffley, A. K. Mnllillmc. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. Insuranoo and Loans. All kinds of Insurance »nd Bonds written In first class com- vaoles. Money to loan 6 per cent. S M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDB.HTAKHR8 •CalU promptly attended to Day or Nl»h>. 618 Broadway. TBLSPHONB — Offloe, K. Kroner, U •train. M. SETH M-VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and writes Fire. Tornndo and Plate Glass Insurance. GEORGE W.'RODEFER. Seal Estate, Loans, Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Cull on me «f write to me at No. SI Sel Biver »^onue,oagt -»(J of ^Market street HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made. Cleaning and repair- tag neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. OR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwav .-Central Telephone No Office S«S, residence S4S D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OTM Bruggeman's Millinery Store. W. A. Keys, or Kokomn, Is In the city on business. Miss India Randall is at Lafayette, visiting Mrs. A. O. Reser. The ooard of the R. R. Y. M. C. (A. will meet Wednesday, December 1 first. Miss Maggie Gorman, of Kokomo Is in the city visiting her uflcle, James Gorman. Judge Baldwin went to Bloomington today, to deliver an address before the students or the State University this evening. This cold weather will make you feel that you will want a wrap. The G-olden Rule Is the place to get the newest cloaks and also the cheapest. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph WHer have removed Into their new home at the corner of Broadway and Eleventh, which has been made very handsome in every way. The Baldwin club will hold its regular meeting tonight at Judge Baldwin's home, when Prof. John M. Ashley will read a paper on the "Mathematics of the Ancients " Mr. and Mrs. James H. McMillen of the Weatside, celebrated the thirty-fifth anniversary of their wedding last Saturday. A sumptuous dinner was served and the guests departed at a seasonable hour after enjoying the hospitality of the celebrants, which Is characteristic of the McMillen family. Capt. and Mrs. Geo. Books, nee Susan Doggett, of Denver, Ind., entertained a large company Thanksgiving day. Among those present from this city were Mr. ana Mrs. Rayburn, Mr. and Mrs. Woolford, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson, Mrs. Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bichard- son, Mr. and Mrs. Manchester and Miss May Aiken. All report having the best time of their lives. Long live Mr. and Mrs. Books, *%. The history and the condition of Spain were dealt with very comprehensively by the Woman's club this afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. W, Funk, South Tenth street. Miss Alice Kaowlten read a paper on the Moors of Spain; Medeival Spain was dealt with by Mrs. A. L. Farbee, and Mrs. John W. Barnes treated of Spain's Cathedrals. The programme completed, the club will be nni,er- talned at tea by Mrs. Funk in honor of her guest, Mrs. Frank A.Compare!, of Kentland. Rer. Beiderwolf Makes a Most Fafor able Impression. The new pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian church, Rev. W. E Beiderwolf, preached his initiatory sermon yesterday morning before a splendid audience. His subject re lated to Christ's Kingdom. • He took the view that the Saviourrcame to save the world and not to condemn it: that Christianity is intended to benefit the world here on earth; that a person whose soul Is redeemed and saved has a duty to perform in trying to improve the condition of others, rather than simply waiting to be transported to a better place in jHeaven. He took the further view that the world is growing better spiritually just as certainly as it is progressing and improving In a material sense. Rev. Bieder.wolf is an earnest; vigorous young man whose closely shaven tace shows strong intellectuality and bears trace of the close student. He speaks entirely without manuscript and has a fine command of language. His efforts will certainly be directed ADDITUmL ITEMS. strongly for the upbuilding of church and the evangelizing of people. It can be said that his sermon was favorably upon by his hearers. the the first coweiLL TOR COGRESS. W abash Man Announces for Nomination in District. All Work Guaranteed. The Hon. Carey Cowgill of Wabaah announces that h£ will be a candidate for congress In the Eleventh congressional aistrict against Major Steele, the present congressman. "It Is generally understood," says Mr. Cowgill, "that Major Steele will be a candidate for United States senator in case the Republicans control the next legislature. 1 would not have announced myself as a candidate, probably, had I not understood that the major did not care about another term. Still that makes no difference now. There is a feeling up our way that probably Major Steele has received about all that is due him in the way of political honors I intend to make the race whether Mr. Steele is a candidate or not." FINE C'lUARS And How Smokers are Hoodwinked When Buying them. A certain district in Sumatra produces an exceptionally fine tobacco for cigar wrappers. The leaves of the plaat are usually speckled. Many smokers do not enjoy a cigar unless this mark of quality is upon it. Many firms are now sprinkling chemical preparations on the leaves of domestic tobacco, spotting them artificially. The fanhandle Shops. Much disappointment Is manifest- fid over the failure to materially Increase the working force at the Panhandle shops In this city. The business on the road has increased amazingly, and notwithstanding the fact that the engines now In use haul trains made up of double and treble the number of cars formerly hauled, the road has been compelled to employ more men In the train service. But the big business on the road has not correspondingly increased the work at the shops. Men who a few years ago drew from 160 to 170 per month now receive from $30 to 140. A great deal of work is still done, but at much smaller cost than formerly. Shoes at naif price Walden's bank rupt store. Miss Lucy Hall of Kokomo, visiting In the city. For rent—Good touse with al modern improvements, also two fiats —Geo. W.Funk. Mr. E. Schmltt, of the Golden Rule, will leave tomorrow for Chi cago to purchase holiday goods. County Assessor Hynes has added something like 1150,000 of property to the tax duplicate during the past year. Miss Nellie Moredock, who has been visiting Miss Chloe Hynes, returned today to her home at Ko komo, The Misses Edith and Flossie Getcher of Vinceanes, Ind., are in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scribner, of Brlnghurst street. Oibo Conrad, administrator of the estate of the late David Humphrey disposed a portion of the personal effects of the deceased Saturday at public auction. Attorney Frank M. Kistler has filed in the circuit court the com- Dlalnt of Belle Burres in a suit agaist David W. Wolf to collect an account commented amounting 1100. '' Miss Luelia Moore and George Wll- lard Price will be married next Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Moore, west of the city. The board of county commissioners will meet In regular session on next Monday. Washington Neff will succeed Abraham Shideler as a member of the board from the Third district. Evans, the colored man who shot his fellow workmen Matthews, also colored, at the Greenbenk house near Kenneth, \s still at large. Matthews Is much better and It is now thought be will recover. Saturday the Logansport lodge of Elks ordered two floe new billiard tables from theBrunswick-Balke Collender company of Chicago. The tables will beset up in the club departments of the lodge. By the accidental discharge ot a revolver in his hip pocket, the eighteen-year old son of Jacob Farmer.of the Burrows neighborhood, received a painful wound in his right leg. The bullet has not vet been recovered. Matt Ooenchain denies the story that he killed a wagon load of game on thanksgiving day. On that glorious hunt he was accompanied by his cousin, Riding Bailiff Frank Obenchain, and the two killed fourteen rabbits, twenty-three quail and two pheasants. His Desire This . Bursts His Ear Drum, Martin Bettcher, who operates a markat garden east of the city met with a very peculiar accident a few days age while working In his garden He was pruning some vines when a twig entered his left ear, causing him great pain. He sent for Dr. J. H. Shuitz, who found that the tympanum of the ear had been broken. The accident will impair Mr. Bettcher's hearing considerable. An Express Package to Alaska. A fifteen pound package was left at the Adams Express office Saturday by A. D. Obear, and consigned to James Obear, Skaguay, Alaska. The express charges amounted to $3.40, and it will take several weefes before the box reaches its destination. AMUSEMENTS. Primrose & West's Great Minstrels at Dolun's Opera Honse Wednesday Night. The only legitimate minstrel company In existence, that owned and managed by Primrose and West will be the attraction at the opera house Wednesday night. It is promised that these gentlemen will provide for the delection of their patrons on this occasion a pro- gramme of excellence and novelty. Considerable expense has been to, in order that such may be the case both as to the trappings, costumes, etc., and as to the character of the talent employed. The company is said to be made up of both artists ot ability and standing In tine minstrel profession, and also of some hitherto unknown in this branch of the profession; although renowned in other branches of amusement enterprises. Among the latter is Ezra Kendall an actor of repute, who has been a favorite with the public for a number of years, and who will undoubtedly be found a more than pleasing adjunct to this attraction. Among the features are "The Prismatic First Part," a new march, the Invention of Mr. West and a new song and dance arranged by Geo. W. Lewis. i!W e A re To close out onr 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. We have a large variety in Beavers, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Blnes.Ulsters •*• Reefers etc.. of "finest; quality, and first class make. * In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and kave the largest stock ere* offered before in 50c lines njp.Good heavy eo»fortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings We have a full snpply. Railroad ifen ? s Duck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which is foil of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We hare the best 25 and 50c Knee pamts ever offered in tiiis market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. Ajfuil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged t» supply anyone with a correct garment.that we eanntt fit irona stock. Thanking you for past favors. • • J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. | 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. • * 4-»» *»•*»**••»»»»»•»»•»*»»»»•»»•»»»*»••+•»•»»•••»»»«»• AMUSEMENTS. D OLAtf'S OPERA HOTJSB. 1st. Wednesday, December, Annual Appearance of PRIMROSE & WEST'S Minstrels. High Class Mioistrelsy, Presented by the Cream of the Profession. Including Ezra Kendall and Carroll Johnson. Street Parade at Noon. PRICES, .fl, 75o,50c, 35c and 25c. Seats on sale at Johnston's drug store. THR First National Bank CAPITAL $250,000 L. J. MTJRDOCK, PRESEDBNT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. T. BROOKMEYER, ASST. DIRECTORS: A,J. Murdock, W, H. Brlnghunt, Uhi, E. 8. Klco, B. F. Tanas. I X. Jarwood, W. T. Wilson. Banking in all it* Department* promptly aud carefully done. Safety to Customers and stockholder soutcbtfor. Strong Reserve Fund Maintained. Bimetallic League. The Cass county Bimetallic league will meetWednesday night at Trades' Assembly hall. There will be a debate between six members or the club, and the public is invited, to be present, C. E. CARTER, Pres, y. W. PHTPPS, Sec. A Handsome Wagon. JohnB. Sha»er, the well-known wagon maker, has just turned cut for John Schan the meat dealer, one of the handsomest butcher wagons ever made In this city. It is handsomely painted, and attracts great attention. Nolle*. The penny social of the W. K. C. o. 30,; will meet with Mrs. J. F. &e«y, Tuesdaj, December 7th, 1887. FROM FOOT TO KNEE TEACHERS RESOLVE. Resolutions Fasset 1 by the Cass County Association at ilie Session Saturday, We, the teachers of Cass county. n association assembl ed, do most heartily thank our efficient chairman, . Mr. E. E. Rogers, (or his excellent Dd untiring efforts fa the management of the association. Also, we much appreciate the ble assistance of Superintendents Cornell and Douglass. That we appreciate the work done y Miss Griswold and regard her as a eader in primary education. That we extend our thanks to the upils who so kindly assisted Miss jrriswold in her model exercises. That we thank Rev. Semans for his encouraging words and inspiration to the teachers. That we feel under great obligations to Dr. Driver for bis masterly lecture, "Ultimate America," delivered before the association Friday evening; that we thank the school authorities for the use of the building which we have occupied, but regret that there IB a school building in the state of Indiana which is too good for a body of teachers to meet in; that the present president be and is Instructed to call the next meeting at !New Waverly, Walton or Royal Centre,as in his judgment shall seem best—F. C. Bayless, A. B. Irving, J. E. Ludders—Committee. Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrible Sore—Her Story of the Case, »nd Her Cure. " Far many years I was afflicted with a milb leg, and a few years ago it broke ont in a sore and spread from my foot to my knee. I suffered great agony. It would burn and itch all the time and discharge a great deal. My health was good with the exception of this sore. I tried a great many kinds of salve, bnt some wonld irritate the sore so that I could hardly stand the pain. I could not go near the fixe without suffering intensely. Someone sent me papers containing testimonials of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I told my husband I would like to try this medicine. He got me a bottle and I found it helped me. I kept on taking it nntil my limb was completely healed. I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla enough for the ! great benefit it has been to me. It ' cleanses the blood of all impurities and leaves it rich and pure." MBS. ASSA E. j EAKEST, Whittle«ey, Ohio. Ton can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's. Del Grampian's Congratulations. Carroll County Citizen:—"Lee Campbell, of Washington township, and Mrs. Fannie Smith, of Logansport, widow of the late Judge Anthony Smith, were married on Friday a week ago, at the residence of the bride, Rev. Huckelberry, of Logansport, officiating, Our Intimate acouaintance *lth the bashful groom and blushing bride for the last thirty- five years enables us to the better congratulate them both upon their wise selection and happy union. Bless you my children." THIS DARDINIERE STAND made from solid oak, finished antique, forest gr«en, or mahogany, usually sold at $1.50. Special sale for Wedneeday at Only 79 cents. Special sale of Jardinieres, all lizet, some very fine ones, at half crockery store prices. Most every lady wants one. Tk«y make most acceptable wedding awl Christmas presents. Cor. Mkt, 5th aid Erie Sts. McCoy's New European Hotel) IOR. CLARK AND VAN fiUREh ,f», CHICAGO. Birds and Kites. It is interesting to watch the way in •which the larger birds will view a kitf flying bravely in the higher air. The birds do not understand what the queer object is, and when they fly close to the kite, as thongh eager to fight it and i £ find ont what it is, they perform many amusing and peculiar antiea. As the kite flies nearer to the earth the smaller birds will frequently light on th* . string and swing to and fro in evident j enjoyment to diphtheria and typhoid fevtr Sunday schools and public schools at Port Dodg?, la., hav« been ordered Hood's Pills are tbe favorite family eatfcMtic. Price Se. Smoke the^Colunbia elgtr FIRE PROOF. Om« block from C. R- 1.4c P. !„ S. A: .TI. S. Hallroa* Improvements costing $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the house uo-.v offers every convenience to be found io any hotel, including hot and cold water, dectr'c light and steam beat In every nom. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in cooMdkw. . WILLIAM McCOY, Oner •* Pnprt*n. i

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