Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, December 4, 1897
Page 19
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We'll Start now Selling The Holiday Merchandise. We'll Felp You Along in the Way of Christmas Gifts. Given away iree wi.h every 20.00 cash purchase, a very fi and handsome Hat and Coat Rack- With cv n Ki Pants Suit ior hoy's, ages 3 year, to 16 years a Iron Eank-It you buy a 20.00 >iut as the he.t , carry — a bank goes. ne There's DO e Clothing Than ll\l Li 11U 1/UllWl »«-\/v»i».j •— -j Even though you are asked to pay a great deal more elsewhere tat , about dull business, per cent more than are kicking buying here, when they can THE VERY "OLD NIC" S10.OO Suits and Overcoats. This price gives you a fair idea of our entire stock, we've got them lower aod higher, but this price is one we bra/ on-It's a Suit and Overcoat, most houses will ask you 12 50to«15.00, for our Xmas price flu 00. They are wonders, come and see 'em. to $5 Are the 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. from 50c to to $1 on every Hat you -On C«me at once with the crowd that go to the THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old fctand. ™][_A1 Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR Threatens the 1'eace and Serenity of tbe Eleventh District. A Howard Conntr Man Wants to Break luto Congress. Unas been formally announced that Hon. S. E. Nicholson of £o- komo, will sees t,o obtain the Be- publican nomination for congress In this district. In a carefully prepared announcement the claims of Mr Nicholson are set, forth in glowing terms. Tne proclamation is perhaps from tne pen of Mr. Nicholson. If not his production, it must have been submitted to him for his inspection before it was printed in tbe Kokomo News and sent broadcast over tbe [strict with blue marks drawn across he article, to call attention to its mportance. Tbe announcement sets forth the lalm that Howard county is entitled o something from the Republican irty and that a man has now been Iscovered who wants something, 'hen comes the statement that Hon. E. Nicholson is the man and tbe omething he wants is the seat now ccupled in congress by the speeches statesman who hails from Maion, on tbe Misslssinewa. ' Then follows a glowing account f Mr. Nicholson's high character od a recital of the eminent services o tbe party, and his peculiar fitness or a representative in congress. The tory of his legislative career is told with thrilling interest and hi* rapid ise to leadership is accounted for by his superior abilities. Then comes a eproductlon of kind words spoken by ,be Republican newspapers of the dis- rlct. Mr Nicholson Is in the race but dome of his frieods fear that he will be distanced in tbe first heat. Major Steele is a game old plug who sticks :lose to the rail. He never shies at jolts. __ THE SPORT." THIS FALL For A Suit or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments All Work Guaranteed 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GON5ER. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class com- panles. Money to loan 6 per cent. S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St^ TJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. ,. Give u« a cal.. W J Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 209 6th street Private Mone) to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY Insurance and Loans. 20H Fourth Street. GITY NB.WS. ADDITIONAL 1TEXS. Wm. Brlggs has returced from a at Peru. No. ileaflird 5c per pound at Abe Stern's meat market. Miss Nora Gates, ot the Westslde, is confined to her home by illness. Dennis Ubl took the Master Mason's degree in Tiptoa lodge last drink of 106 per Phones when You Need un ABSTRACT or a. LOAN —GO TO— p H. Wipperman Fourth Street OPP- SETH M.YELSEY Loans Money at 0 per cent. Makes Abstracts aud Writes Fire. Tornado »nct Plate Glass Insurance. GEORGE W.iODEFER. Estate, Loans. ty loan ivvai *- ' chftnff0( j. Money to Loan Bought, Sola °5 *^5 ona i security. Call on me on mortgage or P^ 0 ^ 1 ^Klver a'.-onue.east «,. writo to mo ftt No. "a"* The Merchant Tailor, ne. See Urn. 324 PEARL STREET DR, F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National BanK Corner of Fourth and Bro»d w Central Telephone No Office 36S. residence 34. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Clinton Bafeer, of Blwood, was the city yesterday. Mr. Max Fisher has returned from a trip to Baltimore, Md. The parade of the Elks minstrels will occur at 3p.m. Tuesday. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best,—Waldens shoe store. Attorney Sullivan and Undertaker Fetter, of Peru, were In the city yesterday on business. Mr. C. F. Wendiing, near Walton, is confined to his home by a severe ttack of rheumatism. Natural gas bills for November re due and payable at the corn- any 's office OD or before the 10th nst. For rent two dwellings No. 1314 High streat and No. 123:; Toledo treet. Enqaire of John W. Mc- reevy. Cloaks—Do you need a new winter wrap? If so consult the G-olden Rale befo're you buy. It will be to your nterest to do so. The agitation in favor of an elec ,rlc light plant at Eoyal Center may result in a home company takiDg lold of the enterprise, Charles Wendiing.of Walton was in e city yesterday enroute home from Memphis, Tenn., where he visited his brother, John Wendiing. The residence property at 606 Mar t street, recently vacated by Joseph Wller and family, is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Barnard. The drill at the Walton oil wel was started yesterday. The con tractor had intended to use natura gas for his engine, but the supply proved in adequate and he had to re sort, to wood and coal. On Tbanksgiving J. B. Jackson, o Hoovers, had his left shoulder dis located in a fight. He thought 1 nothing but a sprain and was not, aware of his real condition until yesterday, when the dislocated member was set by Drs. Busjahn and Halloway. Mlas Flora Taylor, of 614 Broad- t Dolan's Opera House Jiext Monday Night. Dolan's theatre will have an extraordinary strong; attraction when Joe Flyna will be seen in in a strictly ibaracteristic vehicle, entitled "Me Ginty the Sport." Tie title admits of the widest scape of action, and due advantages taken of every laughter provoking possibility. Tbe piece ha; no moral and there is no claim tha an effort is being made to elevate tbe stage or raise a new brood of Ham lets. The entertainment is solelj for the purpose of amusement, and in that respect only appeals for critl cism It has a plot and considerable legitimate dialogue, and it is claimed that there is no interference with either. At the same time, there are numerous specialties by blight people, numbering twenty-two in all, and a semi-vaudeville character is imparted. Joe Flynn, who stands today as one of the cleverest eccen- ric comedians in the profession, and bis will be his initial engagement n this city, as a farce comedy star. The supporting company is especially trong and includes names of promin- :nceonly. E. DELZELL, ELKS' MEMORIAL SERYIOES To be Held Tomorrow Afternoon—The Public way S3 JL' 1VJ* i» -»- "*J *••"- I — WttJ , entertained the C. C. club in a pleasant manner Thursday evening. Refreshments were served and prizes awarded as follows: To Mrs- Cbas. UBUbisw* awarded as UMIUWa. +» ~~*. „,« MARKET STREET Schrier the ladles' prize, Mr. Mell 418 £2E£. »»-T sss* CKTSS- " a D " atoro. I The public is invited to attend hoe Elks' memorial services, to be held tomorrow afternoon in the ball of the lodge In the Kreuzberger block, at the southwest corner of Market and Third streets. The services will begin at 2:30 p.m. Following is the programme: Music—"Stabat Mater," Rossini, Stelnhart's orchestra. Prayer—Rev. D. P. Putnam. Music—Chimes Quartette. Eulogy—"Our Departed Brothers' . W. Fender. Music Chimes Quartette. Address—"The Order of Elks,' Rev. J. A. McG-lone. . Vocal solo—"Calvary," Rodney Joseph Rembusih. Closing ceremonies. Music—"O, Give Thanks Unto the Lord," Steinhart's orchestra. Doxology- Benediction — Eev. J. W. Me- Donald- Thompson-Kendall. At Indianapolis on Thanksgiving Day at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Anna Kendall, occurred the wedding of Miss Florence Kendall to Mr. John Thompson. Quite a large number of guests witnessed the ceremony. After partaking of a bountiful dinner Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left on an early train for an extended trip in the east. Senator George F.Hoar has written three articles for the Youth's Companion describing a boy's life in Con cord sixty years ago, in which he gives not only graphic details of bis own boyhood, but reminiscences of some of the famous men who lived in his historic town, Including Emerson, Hawthorne and Thorean. nieht Try McBale's for a pure McBrayerf seven years old, cent proof. I&'s kid gloves tonight at the Golden Rule. Foster gloves all colors 5Sc- pair. The supper given last evening at the Broadway Presbyterian church was largely patronized. Miss Belle kvans, of Miami street, entertained the Independent club Thursday evening at her home. Tbe Elite mandolin club played at a luncheon given yesterday afternoon by Mrs C. J. 5. Kulmer, of Peru. Andrew Rodgers, formerly a resident of this county, was in the city yesterday. He has lived in the south since 1S79. Miss Etta Routh gave a very pleasant dancing party on Thursday evening, a large number of her young friends attending. Broadway along the paved portion continues to be neglected by the weeping force. Merchants of the itreet are complaining. It is said that the name of John E. Barnes, the contractor, will be >resented to Governor Mount for ap- >ointment as a member of the Lo ;ansport police board. F. M. Harwood, who has been visiting his daughter at New Castle, has returned nome. He reports the ;onditionof Mr. A. R. Shroyer, who is visiting his old home, much im proved. Peru Journal: Daniel Maloney jr., and sister, Miss Bridget, were in Logansport yesterday on a visit.... Lou Enyart, of Macy, was in the cit over night and this morning went ti Logansport. Members of Waoash Lodge, No !,83lK.ofH. were royally enter tained by Mrs. Mile Tarn, Chlcag street, Friday evening, in commem oration of her husbands 37th birthday. Tbe Knights presented him with a fine rocking chair. Thg return engagement of Marie Jansen in Frank TannehiU, _J^_s. clever comedy, "The Nancy Hank," was not a financial success. The company is the same that appeared acre with Miss Jansen a month ago, and is one of the strongest that has ever appeared here In high class comedy. The many friends In this city ol! Mr. and Mrs. Adam H. Felker, now of Lebanon, extend congratulation:! Lo the couple upon the arrival yesterday of a bright little daughter. Mr. ^elker's mother left here today for Lebanon, to call on her new granddaughter. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers have moved into the hall recently fitted up by the Tribe of Ben Hnr, and are now permanently located at 313 Pearl street, over the office of Dr. Bell, third floor. They will hold the first meeting in the new hall at 2 p. m. tomorrow, and thereafter OD the first and third Sundays of each month. The Royal Center Record indulges In considerable criticism of the Logansport school board for refusing to allow the recent meeting of the Uass county teachers' association to be held in the high school building. To compel the teachers to meet in the central building, instead of the more To close out our various lines of OVERCOATS m men's boy's and children's department. We are O V ttt 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 Keefe-rs etc. : of "finest quality, and first class make. ; In Winter Underwear, ,mtm99*99v*~w*****T'~'~-'-*~~- W e A re Determined We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock ever offered before in 50c lines up.GrOod heavy comfortable garments tor cold weather. ; In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Co its and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing crarments in this line. . So not forget our Children's Depf., which « ^11 of wearing apparel tor the little fellows. We have the best 25 and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A fail supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to Dimply anyone with a correct garment.that we cannot nt from stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. | AMUSEMENTS. D CLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. • • • • Monday, Dec, 6th. Tbe Droll Comedian. JOE FLYNN Audanarwyof Artistic Associates, in t Dream ot Comedy. McGINTY TBE SPORT THR First National Bank Liogmmaport, India**. GAPITAL 1250,009 A.. J. MTJHDOCK, Pwcsn»xr, W. "W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKXEYER, ASST. Production- PRICES..*!, 75o,50c, 35cand Seats on sale at Johnston's drugstore. !5c. TttEQRErVTCOYlYlERCUL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Genuine Office and Business the day of entrance. Practice from The Logansport Commercial High School. own Sadler's Budget sys A. J. Sturdock, If. H. Brinshurtt, DenaM Uh 1 , X. 6. Hio«. B. F. YantU. I M. ail-wood, W.T.Wilson. Banking in all itt Department* promptly and carefully doce. Safety to Customers and itookliolder sought for. Strong Reserve Futirt Maintained . The New taitore Cor. Mkt. 5th & Erie. STILL COMING OUR WAY. HP is n impractical and obso w up.lo.da* corner- ciai school in tbissectlonof the oountry. Select the best Cheap tuition is dear at any cost Select a school that is recognized and endorsed by the business community. We urge investigation. tJome and see us, or write. Logunsport Commercial HIgU School. FOURTH STREET. Ceuural uuiiui"^' inou^-t*— «» v— conveniently located high school hall, is characterized as shabby treatment of a worthy class of citizens and taxpayers. Willie Wilkins, who has been on the road for several seasons in advance of the Sipe & Dolman dog and pony show, has been asked to resume his duties with that attraction. Transportation together with a letter was received by him yesterday, asking him to loin the show at once at Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Wilkin has been engaged to participate in the minstrels and cannot leave until that attraction is over. ^ Electionlof Officers. On Monday evening, Dec. 6thj Wa- bashljdgeNo. 18il, K. ot H., will elect a full corps of officers for the ensuing term. AH members are urged to be present as matters of Importance will come before the lodge LEWIS EPSTIXE, Dictator. JAMES S. BOLT, Reporter. Cured the Eruptions Her Blood Made Pure by Hood's » We have used Hood ? 3 Sarsaparilla in our family for some time with very bes results. It cured my little girl of scrofula and I have given it to oar baby lor eczema and it entirely stopped the eruptions We recommended Hood's Sarsaparilla to many of our friends." MKS. KOSALETE MILT-FR, Loyd, Indiana. Eemember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best-in tact the One True Blood Purifier. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,"^v 517 Broadway near Sixth Lojjans- port, Indiana. —. Blrthday^Snrprise. Mr. M. Tarn, the drayman, resid- mg at 616 Chicago street was most agreeably surprised last evening by a mrty of twenty friends and neig'n- 3 ors who called at his home by invitation ot Mrs. Tarn, to assist in the celebration of his 37th birthday anniversary. The eveningjwas passed at cards A splendid Dsupper was served. Before taking their departure the guests presented Mr. Tarn with a handsome arm chair. Against Professionalism. The Ajuateur Athletic union will make a determined effort to suppress semiprofes- Bionalism in athletic clubs. The manager of every club will be obliged to file a certified bill of the armual expends of bis team with the members of the A. A. U. registration committee of his district Under this rule the powers of the registration committee will be greatly enlarged. In fact, the committee will be practically the working body of the union. The reg Istration committee is made up of one rep resentative from each district, and he wil under the new rule have the power of try Ing and suspending the athletes. The ath lete will have the right to appeal to the national board of managers, but the mat ter Is, for all practical purposes, in tn of the district representative. Our trade continues to boom. he gain in sales increases eack day. We set out to do a big trade. Thus far we have nearly accomplished it. Far lower prices thaa elsewhere, handsomer goods and ranch larger assortment from which to choose, has about COR- vinced everybody that they wa»t to purchase all they need in Furniture of the new store FOR CHRISTMAS Beautiful things lor home decorations. We Invite You to See The*. Open ETenlngs until Christmas. McCoy's New European Hotd COR. CLARK ANO VAN BUREh .ft. CHICAGO. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 25 cents. Smoke the,Colg«ibl» cigarj FIRE PROOF. Cue blocK from C. R. I. & V- 1,, S. A: M. S. Railroad depot. Imp-ovements costing $75,000.00 have just fceen completed, and the hous« now offers every convenience to be found in »nf hotel, including hot and cold water, elect* light and steam heat In every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner ««d Proprietor. Put an end to misery. Dotn'« Ointment will cure the worst ewe ot Itching Files there ever WM, and d« it almost Instantly- Yews ot Buffering rellered In » single Get Doau's Ointment Irom dealer. yo«

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