Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1897 · Page 19
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December 3, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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We'll Start now Selling The Holiday Merchandise. We'll Help You Along in the Way of Christmas Gifts. Given awav Ireo with every 20.00 cash purchase, a very fine and handsome Hat and Coat Rack.—With evvry Siee Pants Suit lor hoy's, ages 3 year- to 16 years a handsome Iron Bank—It yon buy u 20.00 us the best suit we a bank goes. There's DO Even tliouah you are asked to pay a great deal more elsewhere. W e ' re manufacturers, and with no middleman's profit to pay its no wonder that our prices are lowest, and we ve proven it evey day No merchandise itnless it's reliable will find a home in our house, While other merclmhts are kicking about dull business. times etc. Our sales during Kov. were 40 per cent more thnn year You can't blame people tor buying here, when they can our reliable qualities at such reasonable prices. .. , f . llprp We treat our customers liberally, no such thing as dissatisfaction heie bard last get S10.OO Suits and Overcoats. "This price gives you a fair Idea of our entire stock, we've got them lower and higher, but this price is one we brae ot-It's a Suit and Overcoat, most houses will ask you 12.50to»15.00, forourXmas price $1000. They are wonders, come and see 'em. $2 to $5 Are tbe prices of our boy's Suits, ages 3 to 16 yeaja Short Knee Pants. We carry the celebrated double seat and Knee Pants Suits, guaranteed not to rip—Get another suit or your money back, if any suit rips—A bank free with every suit. We will save you from 50c to to $1 on every Hat you buy—On Underwear the same Saving's awaits you. , „ _ v • , • c If you desire reliable Clothing Hats and Gents Fumishmgs. •Come at once with the crowd that go to the THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old &tand. Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR ..THIS FALL or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Gurments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. Insurance and Loans. All kinds ot Insurance and Bonds written In first class companies. Money to loan » per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Bay and Sell Second Hand Goods. 209 6th street Give us a ca Private Mone) to Loan No Delay- C. 0. HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. Fourth. Street. W. J. Barnett, Sucoewor «> c - L - WoU -l Undertaker, Embalmer aad Funeral Director. wlH remain with roe. DU «<>c; oe Phones & : c. u. 16. Kesidcnce-Mutual, When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -HOTC— F H. Wipperman, MM IFourth Street Opp. Court Houie Entrance. Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKRR8 or Ki.Ht. MLBPHON1 - Offlon. «. Kroer«r, « tmin. »4. ____ SETHM-VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and write? Fire. Tomado aud Plate Glass Insurance. GEORGE W. RODEFER. Real Estate, Loans."Property•- *nd OC Marfcot street brid>re. HENRY The Merchant Tailor, does flrst class wort. Stylish and well flt- titur clotl.cs made. Cleaning and repairing neat!;'done. See mm. 324 P3£ARL STREET. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Ooraor ot Tourth and Bro»dwa» •Central Telephone No Office 36S, residence 343 D. B. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET ow Bruggemtu's Millinery Store. OITY NRW3. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Cloak day tomorrow—Golden Rule, Come in. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best.—Waldens shoe store. Miss Ida Flynn, teacher of the city schools, spent a few days with Mrs. C. C. Bishop of Walton. The quarterly conference of the Royal Center M. E. church will convene Saturday Dec. 4th. James Cotner, of Fords Crossing, accompanied by Link Adams, were at Windfall, Tuesday, on business. The young daughter of Samuel Gottshall, of Ford's Crossing IB slowly recovering from an attacic of scar let fever. Ellas Klstler of this city, formerly of Royal Center, is said to have determined to go to the Klondyke gold fields in the spring. Andrew Tomllnson, late of Hartford city, took possession of his farm recently purchased of W. A. Grant, of Bethlehem township. Mrs. Herbert Lewis, wife of the superintendent of the Miami county infirmary, is visiting the family of Dr. Hattery, on the Weatside. The oyster supper held at the Clymers school house on Thacfcsglv ing night was a decided success. The proceeds go toward the reading circle fund. Miss Lillian McMillen of Fords Crossing, will give an entertainment and oyster supper at the West Sande school house Wednesday evening, Dec. lO&h. Mrs. John Hoover, of Royal Center, died Friday last. Nov. 26, of ovarian tumor, aged 33 years. Interment was made Sunday afternoon in Pulas- kl county cemetery. Lafayette Jouranal: ''Mrs. Frank Crary returned yesterday from a short •vlsit'in Logansport Will Wilson of Logansport, secretary of the High Cour, ot Indiana, Independent Order of Forresters, was in the city yester day calling on his many friends." Peru Journal: The people up at Boann having failed to get oil have resorted to the old and ridiculous fake of charging that their well was doped. Nothing sounds more ludicrous to oil people than this favorite dodge of disappointed suckers after oil, who iaTarlably resort to it to console themselves. KERN'S KIND HEART Saved a Boj From Prison by HU Eloquence, Then Gave the Youngster Two Dollars and Told Him to be G»od. Hon. John W. Kern, the brilliant orator and attorney of Indianapolis, who is well-known in this city, saved Charles Butcher, a Ralveston boy, from a prison sentence, then gave the lad money and told him to be good. It will be remembered that Butcher was arrested upon the charge of raising- a 25 cent postal note to 11.25 and a $1 note to $1.25, and that he sent he raised notes to Cincinnati to buy , book entitled, "Life of Pearl Jryan." Butcher was arraigned in the Jnited States court at Indianapolis Tuesday. Mr. Kern appeared for Butcher,and as it was a plain case ad- 'ised the boy to pleari guilty. Mr. £ern then entered an eloquent plea 'or mercy, relating the circumstances Q wolch the boy was reared, his lack if moral training, the hope that he night become a good citizen and the 'act that H was his first offense. The >lea struck the judge deeply and he •eleased the boy on suspended sen- ce, saying that it was the hope he would become a good citizen aad a helpful member of society that induced him to do it. The boy seemed dazed during tse judge's recital and could only nod his head occasionally. The judge told him to go, and as he started to leave the room Mr. Kern followed htm to the door and gave lim a private talking to out In the corridor. "Be a good boy," he said, "and try to become a good citizen." With that he pulled two shining silver dollars out of his pocket and placed them in the boy's hand, telling him to buy something to eat and purchase a ticket to Kokomo with :he remainder. The boy had been confined In jail for five mouths, and when brought Into court showed unmistakable evidence of poverty and hard life. Mr. Kern formerly lived at Kokoino, knew the boy's circumstances and appeared in his defense without hope of reward. A. DRAWING CA.RI) Which Might l"roTe a Success In Logansport. An up-to-date idea for increasing the attendance at the First Baptist cburca in Trenton, N. J., has been Introduced by the pastor. The announcement that in future young women ushers would conduct visitors to their seats at the Sunday morning services was made in an advertisement in the local papers more than a week ago, and on the following Sunday the church was crowded. Th« pastor was pleased with the result of t.ne collection, as all previous records dwindled almost to nothingness when compared with the amount contributed when the girls passed the baskets. The collection the first Sunday amounted to nearly f 300 and last Sunday it rose to 1450, with prospects of a steady rise at future services. ADDITIONAL ITEMS- MARIE JAXSEN In "The Nancy flanks" at the Opera House Tonight. The return engagement of Marie Jansen and Frank Tanehill, jr., at the opera house tonight promises to be a brilliant success. "The Nancy Hanks" is one of those comedies that can be seen more than once and enjoyed better each repetition. The cast tonight will be identically the same as before, including Mr. Bereaford as the Marquis de La Rochelle, Mr. White as Madison Broadway, Mrs. Tannehlll as Hetty Evergreen and the Misses Fletcher, Bradbury and Hopkins In their original roles. Although Miss Jansen and Miss Bradbury made decided Impressions with their songs the last time, on tonight they will both have a complete new budget equally as merry as the others. Annual Gas Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Natural gas consumers desiring to avail themselves of the annual rate, CDmmencing December 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging •for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. LOGAN?PORT & WABASH VALJ ET GA< COMPAKY, The Goose-Bone Prophet. The goose-bone prophet informs humanity in general that the winter will be long and very cold: that spring will be cola, wet and dreary and will linger long and provokmgly on the the front widths on spring's dress. March, according to this same prophet, will be the worst month, of the coming year. Old citizens will probably recall the fact tbat the prophesy is similar to what has been year after yen. Quigley has chocolate drops,20clb. Wedding and party cakes,Strecker. Tomorrow we have more of that fine celery—Johnston. No. i leaf lird 5c per pound at Abe Stem's meat market. Cloak specials in children's department tomorrow—Golden Rule, Fancy boxes, empty or filled with choicest candles—Wright & Britton. Natural gas bills for November are due and payable at the company's office on or before the 10th inst. The "Nancy Hanks" company arrived v from Marion this morning. They will go to South. Bend in the morning. Mary and George Gangloff children of William Gangloff are confined to their home on Twentieth street by an attack of la grippe. Grand slaughtering in all departments to make room for holiday goods, which will commence to arrive next week—Golden Rule. A 15-cent supper will be served from 5 to 8 this evening at the Broadway Presbyte'ricn church. Oysters, ham, slaw, coffee, ice cream, cake. The banks are complaining of a shortage of pennies. Their scarcity Is caused by the children hoarding them for Christmas purchases.[After the holidays the banks and business j houses are troubled with a surfeit rather than a scarcity of copper^coln. The boys and girli are enjoying the first skating of the season, Ice having formed on the ponds of sufficient thickness to bear thpir weight. There is already something of a demand for skates, and gay times are ahead. The ice on the dam Is hardly safe yet, but a few more days of freezing weather will strengthen it sufficiently for the sport. A very disastrous fire broke out at Attica, Ind , yesterday at 12:20. The fire originated from a defective flue in the storage building of the Sterling Remedy company. The third floor of the building was comp etely destroyed. The company bas two of tbe most familiar patent medicines on the market, Cascaretts and No-To-Bac, and the medicines were damaged considerably by water. Tne loss willprobably amount to 150,000. Insurance, $5,000. Rev. M. Mahin, a former minister of the Logansport M. E, church, now resides at New Castle and is 73 years old. Recently he was asked was meant by the term "superannuated" If it was to get a salary without preaching, "Well, hardly, my friend," answered the aged divine, 'it is just the reverse; you preach all the time and get no pay. The last year of my active ministry I preached 120 sermons, and the first year after I was superannuated I preached 132 sermons." Birthday Snrprise. Sixty-three of the relatives and friends of John M. Cox, jr., the barber, residing at 123 State street, called upon and gave him a genuine surprise last night. The affair was arranged by Mrs. Cox, and was occasioned by her husband's 33d birthday anniversary. A good social time was had by all. A splendid supper was served. The guests presented Mr. Cox with a handsome and comfortable arm chair. John M. Cox, sr., and wife, and Mrs. Milton Cox, of Radnor, Carroll county, father, mother and sister-in- law of tbe surprised, were present. Circuit Cfljut A motion to arrest judgment in tbe case of the State against Smith and Evans, the beer thieves, who were convicted, was withdrawn and a motion for a new trial substituted. n Joseph Elmerick was granted a divorce from Mary Elmeitick. J. D. Lesser & Co. were granted a judgment against Hugh B. Kennedy for 1381.85. D. C. Justice yesterday filed trie complaint of George M. Miller in a suit aealnst Samuel Gottshall. Demand, $'f5. Election of Officers, On Monday evening, Dec. 6th. Wabash l;dge No. 18dl, K. of H., will elect a full corps of officers for the ensuing term. All members are urged to be present as matters of Importance will come before the lodge. LEAVTS EPSTTXE, Dictator. JAMES S. BOLT, Reporter. Attention, St. George Commander?. All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present this evening at tne armory at S:00 o'clock. CELLS. RTTHL, Capt. Money to loan on city property.— Ben Fisher. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. } I 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. | ?»+»+•»»»++•»»•»»»»«»»••»«•••••••••••••»•••••••••••*• ««»«»•*«•»»»•••»»• W e A re Determined To close out our various lines of 0TEECOATS in men's boy's and children's department We are OYER STOCKED, and to anyone needing a garment of this character, would say that we have in*de prices that -will move the goods. We have a large variety in Bearers, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Bines,Olsters Reefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and have the largest stock ever offered betore in 50c lines up.G-ood heavy eomforUUe o-arments ior cold weather. o In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Dnek Coat* and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which i* lull of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We have the best 25°and 50c Knee pamts ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A|fuil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged t» supply anyone with a correct garment.that we oannet fit from 'stock. Thanking yo». for past favors. AMUSEMENTS. D I OLAN'S OPERA HOUdK. WK. DOIJ.N, MANAGER. KBTCI KN ENGAGEMENT FRIDAY, DECEMBERS. The Funniest of Funny Playi, Tanmebtll's Com<dy, "The Nancy Hanks." A Story of a Salted Gold Mine. Three acts of lauirhter.-N. V. World. "Hot Stuff."—Chioago Cnronicle, Presented oy the Famous Actress, MARIE JANSEN And the Distinguished Actor Author, FRANK TANNEHILL, JR., And a Great Company. Hear Jansen's Merry Sengs. PRICES 25c, 50C, "5c and 11.00. Seats on sale at Johnston's drug store. •piOLAN'S OPERA. HOUSE. Monday, Dec. 6th. The Droll Comedian, JOE FLYNN And an array of Artistic Associates, in the Dreain of Comedy, McCINTY THE SPORT • The Laughing Limit-The Swiftest Show that ever set the paoe-A. WarmMemoer. A Comedy Creation up to Now comprising all the "Sweet Merois" of the aOth Century Productinn. PRICES..fl, 75c,50c, 35C and 25c. Seats on sale at Johnston's drug store. THE. First National Bank CAPITAL J250,00« A. J. MTJRDOCK, PRBBIMW, W. W. ROSS, CASHME, J. F. BROOKMITM, AWT. CABBHUU •IHBCTOM: A./. Murdoek, W. H. Bringhnrst, Dentil* Uh>, B. S. Rloe, B. F, YanUl. I X. aarwowJ. W, T. WilgOE. Banking in all iM J»eparUnenu promptly aad carefully done. Safety to Customers and itookhoMer tough t for. Strong RefervejFund Maintained. Hood's Cure all liver ills, bilious- «^ • | • ness, headache, soar stom- fj | I I A aciu indigestion, constipa- B^ III 9 Hon. They *ct e«si!y, »ith- • • • • ^^ out pain or grip*. SoldbyilldrtioJit*. M mm. Th« *uly Fill* 10 Ulu with Hood't Strwptiilla. TriE GREAT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Genuine Office and Business Praetice from tbe day of entrance. The Logansport Commercial High School. We use the well koown Sadler's Budget system of Bookkeeping and office pr actice. The Educational RitoE the llth Century Genuine bookkeeper's experience from the No copying. The student learns by Helen" taught impractical and obso- The New toite Cor. Mkt. 5th & Erie. STILL COMING OUR WAY. ^ : Our trade continues to boom. The gain in sales increases eack o i day. We set out to do a big trade. Thus far we have nearly accomplished it. Far lower prices tham elsewhere, handsomer goods and much larger assortment from. which to choose, has about con- Tinced everybody that they want to purchase all they need in Furniture of the new store FOR CHRISTMAS Beautiful thinge for home decorations. We Invite You to See The*, Open Evenings until Christmas. h md up-to-date commercial scbcol in this section of tbe ooumtry. Select the best. Cheap tuition i- dearat any cost Select a school that is recogroiad and endorsed by the busines. commmnity. We urge investigation. . uome and see us, or write. Logangport Commercial Hlgk Srt««I- FOl'RTH STREET. I!l BROAD DAYLISBT. Thieves Enter the Uome of Jacob Barnard, Sear&alfeston, and Help While Jacob and Mrs. Barnard, who reside two miles south of GalTes- ton, were away from hoM.e Wednesday, thieves broke into their house and helped themselves to everything that struck their fancy. Wearing apparal and various other articles of value were taken Mr. Barnard upon leaving home in tbe morning, put all the cash in the house in his pocket and in view of the results, is glad that he did. The robbery is supposed to have been the work of some tramps recently seen in that neighborhood. So More Business. Some weeks ago the insurance companies gave notice of a reduction on several classes of risks. The people have been benefitted bat Insurance agents seemingly have not been. There has been no perceptible Increase in business on account of the low rate. Smoke McCoy's New European Hotel MR. CLARK AND VAN lURtk -ft. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. K. I. A: F. and. L. S. A: 71. S. Hall road depot. Improvements costing 575,000.00 hive just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steam heat in every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner tat Prtpdttor. Low Rates to North Carolina, Virginia and Other States. Pennsylvania lonet Deo. 7th and tut. for m»tK>» »pply to W. W. BiobudMO. BMrt* Paiwiwer Aient, IndtaupgUt, IM. i - . -J

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