Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 8, 1897 · Page 24
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DAILYPHAHOS WEDNESDAY, DBU. 8. 1897. _ ELKS MINSTRELS. GITYNRWS. See Hauk before Christmas. Plenty lettuce.—Rotbermel. Lowest prices on diamonds, Taylor. Claud Zook is visiting at Idavllle. Fine Hoe children's sets.Crlsmond. Prof. William Steinhart is at Pern today on business. The oil well at Fulton is down from 350 to 400 feet. E. H. Langhans, of Chicago, Is in the city on business. Largest line of Seth Thomas clocks in the city at Taylor's. There were no offenders in the police court this morning. Magic umbrellas for holiday gifts— The New Otto, sole agents. We have the genuine white castlle soap by the pound.— Traut. Buy where you can buy the cheapest and best.-Waldens shoe store. Born to lira. Elmer Greaser, of Washington township, a daughter. Look for toe handsome new front on 4th street, Taylor's jewelry store Cloaks must be sold. " o than January. Don't wait.-Trade Out glass tumblers, berry Idlshes vases, etc., etc., just unpacked. B. Martin. House coats and smoking jackets at the New Otto and china and cut glass free. Arbuckles, Lion, XXXX, Jersey, Javanese and Cordova coffee lOo package.—Traut. B F. Keesliog, who has been seriously ill of nervous prostration is irreatly Improved. J D Ferguson's new business house, on Market street, is rapidly nearlng completion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruger, of Lafayette, attended the Elks minstrel show last night. Parson's best Unen note paper, 25 cents-a box; large pound boxes, 75 cents.-B. Martin. 15c will buy a drink of Golden Wedding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. Wanted, girl for genera! housework. No washing or ironing. Apply at 908 Market street. Before we move, we will devote our sole attention to cloaks;} off the early season price.—Bee Hive. The holiday window display of H. Wller & Co. is one of the most artistic ani elaborate ever shown. Harry Brown, son of W. H.Brown, who has been sick since the Thanksgiving vacation, is again at school at Purdue university. China and cut glass free and finest shoes at cut prices. See the New Otto holiday window. 11.50 saved on ladies' colored shoes. Come along and select your handkerchiefs and save money before the rash.—Trade Palace. See our hand made linens needle work at 25c on the dollar. Prof. Simeon Houseman, who taught dancing school in Logansport many years ago.and was long a member of the Howe band at Peru, died .recently In California. Dent's celebrated kid gloves, nllk lined, are much liked by men; are so easily put on or off, and this pleases a business man. Sold only by Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. Do not be deceived about silver plated flat ware, knives, forks, spoons, etc. There are so many goods on the market bearing the name Rogers, that the word Rogers is no longer a guarantee of quality. The brands sold by Taylor can be relied on as the best goods made. Mayor McKee has receiveda lette r from Alexandria, notifying him that the committees appointed by the various cities to secure a stop to the waste of natural gas will meet at Indianapolis tomorrow (Thursday) at 2 p. m. at the Commercial club rooms. Logansport will probably be represented. A letter received here from the aospital'rnaaageriab'Memphis.Tenn., sets at rest the theory that Albert Llenemann died from yellow fever. They write that when young Llene- mann was brought to the hospital, he was unconscious and suffering from & gangrenous condition of the leg, which doubtless caused his death. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRSCPS CREAM BAKiG POWDER WORLD'S FAiR.CHICAGO. 1893 petted Amateurs Put up Another Great Performance. A Magnificent and Generous Audience Assembled to Witness the Show. The Performance Will Not be Repeated Tonight—The Pern Date Also Declared Off. One of the largest and most appreciative audiences that ever assembled in this city to witness a home entertainment was that assembled at Dolaa's play house last night to wit ness the burnt cork entertainment given under the auspices of Logans port Lodge No.66, B P.O.Elks.givei for the benefit of the charity fund and those present were well repaid fur their presence there by ,tbe enter tatnment, which by far surpassed an previous efforts of that band of merry makers, When the curtain rang up for tu first part it revealed a handsomel dressed stage and gorgeously attlrei band of.minstrels. The costumes worn by the chorus were ot the colonial style, ana were veiy rich in texture and design. Al Grlca, the Interlocutor, performed the functions with the ease and grace of a professional, while Walter Moore, Howard Stltt, George Miles and Sol Birkenrutb, on the "bone" and Jack Hayes, A. D. Fansler, Harry Doggett and Stewart Frazee on the tambourine ends were par excellent. The opening number ot the first part was an operatic chorus, and was rendered in excellent style. The jokes of the end men were new and brought down the house. Mr. Joseph Rembush, who is always a prime favorite with Logansport audiences rendered a delightful baritone solo entitled "All Life Long" In his usual artistic style. George Miles sang an entirely new coon son? entitled "Black Annie" with good eflect. A beautiful ballad entitled "Take Back Your Gold" was sung by Charles Burke, who possesses a rich tenor voice, with such good eflect that the audience repeatedly encored him. A. D. Fansler rendered a "Red Hot Coon" a dialect song in such an artistic style that he was recalled and had to repeat Walter Moore is always a favorite and the audience was so well pleased with his singing ot "Cause Ma BaOy Loves Me" that they called him back {repeatedly. William McKee rendition ot that popular tenor solo "When Lovers Prove Unkind," wa an artistic rendition of a difficult and pleasing piece of music. Jauie Murphy never fails to please, and th beautiful ballad, "On the Banks o the Wabash," sang by him. so capti vated the audience that he also wa compelled to respond to an encore. Funny Jack Hayes scored the success of his life in his rendition of that popular coon song, "First Wench Done Turned White." Paul Jordan, although suffering from a severe cold, sang a beautiful baritone solo, entitled, "She Told Me I Was Dreaming," with pleasing effect. The first part was concluded by Willie Wilkln, who well deserves the title, the rising young comedian. He introduced an original specialty, entitled, "Nit, Nit, Nit," in which he introduced several local hits that brought down the audience. The olio was replete with pleasing features, among which was the sing- Ing of the Imperial Quartette, composed of Messrs. Thomas Chaae, Frank Schlelger, Charles Burke and Ed Ho well. Willie WOkin and Sol Blrkenruth, In their specialty, "The Thompson Street Cadets," In which they introduced an original song and dance- and their lightning baton drill, proved an agreeable surprise to the audience, and proved their ability to handle the baton iii a masterly manner. "Topics of the Day," war a stump speech, and introduced Wai ter Moore as Senator Farobank, and Paul Jordan as Senator J. B. For-a cure, and was very funny. Haye and Wilkin, In their soogaiid dance entitled, "Ell Grean's Cake Walk, was a refined and gracetul bit of dancing, and proved these gentlemen to be far above the average amateurs. Ttieir singing was fine and their dancing excellent. Joseph Rembusch rendered a trombone solo, entitled, "The Signal," and was recalled, to which he responded. Norris and Godman are clog dancers of no mean ability and their clog and statue dancing would du credit to more pretentious artists. A clever burlesque was Introduced by James McKague. After G. W. Fender had announced that Sandow, the world- famed strong man, who happened to be In the city, had consented to appear and give an exhibition of his feats of strength, Mr. McKague appeared and brought down the house. The performance concluded with a clever sketch entitled, "Ten Nlgnts In a Bar Room." SO PKBFOKSLAKCE TONIGHT. The performance will not be repeated tonight. The Peru date las .so been declared off. This decision was reached lust night after it had een learned that it would be im- ossible to keep the company to- ether. Mr. Moore could not remain way from his business longer, and ithers Sad contracted a severe cold. THE POsTOFFiCE CLOCK. Carriers and Cleits Bfgin Work Under the Time Registering System. The new government clock, known as the Bundy, is in place at the Logansport postoffice. By this clock the clerks aad carriers do all their work. A registering machine records the time each one begins work In the morning, the time the carriers leave on their various trips, the time of their.return and the time they quit in the evening. Each employe has his number and the turn of a key records the moves, It is an ingenious labor saving device. The clock strikes five minutes before leaving time forj the mail carriers and again when the time arrives. The rlboon on the reel containing the record is taken out and pasted into a book, showing tiie exact movements of clerks and carriers for eaca ay and the time devoted to each articular branch of the work. •••••••»••••••»*•••••»•»» Fur Opening WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, Dec. 8 and 9 by a large Eastern Fur Manu- J: focturer. He will deliver any Furs he has. ]\ This will give you an opportunity to buy some ; Fine Furs for Christmas. | THE GOLDEN RULE. Schmitt & Heinly. HOLIDAY ANOTHER POSTAL LAW JlMcted Against the Fake Doctor and Medicine Ken. Third Assistant Postmaster Genral Merritt has sent out the follow- ng order to all postmasters: "It is not parmissable to write upnn third r fourth class matter or its wrapper irections relative to the delivery of, nconslstent with the postal regula- lons, consequently directions to de- Iver to some Indefinite address as to a 'Druggist' or 'Physician, 1 if the matter be undeltverable to the address must In all cases be disregarded Dy the postmaster at the office of the address. Postmasters are directed to nform their patrons to this eflect and that March 1, 1898, matter addressed In the foregoing manner will be held upmailable." Catherine Hyman Reagan. Catherine Hyman Reagan, wife of J. E. Reagan, formerly of Cass county, died at her home near Croten, Mich., Nov. 21, 1397, aged 59 years. She leaves a husband, one daughter, four sons and four grandchildren, with a host of friends to mourn her loss. Among her many friends, who were so devoted to her during her last sickness, were Mrs. Lydia Harrison, Mrs. Emma Hickson, Mrs. Eva Slaight, Mrs. Edlsh Stray,. .Mrs. Louisa Mouch, Mrs. John 'Miller, Mrs. Minnie Bennett, Mrs. Thomas Loyd and Mrs. Hickson. She was burled at Howard City, Nov. 23,1897 by the Relief Corps of that city of which she was an active member, being their first president, leading officers now are Mrs. .Tenner president, Mrs. Jennie Drew W. R. P. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Lownsend are to be remembered among the mourners of Howard City. The text was taken ilrom, "She bath done whit she could." An Interesting Case Reversed. The supreme court has reversed the case from Cass county of the State against the Wabash Paper company. This suit was one brought against the company for violation of the law in polluting the waters of the Wabasb by emptying certain acid refuse into the river. The Loeans- port judge quashed the indictment on the ground that the offense was committed in Wabusb. county. The supreme court, in its decision yesterday, bold* that as the company put the offending matter in the river, and the natural current carried the same to Cass county, the indictment is good. In other words, an unlawful act begun in one county and completed in another, the same may be laid In either county. To Theatre Patrons. To the people of Logansport:-! can with certainty recommend the famous Octoroons which will give f performance in the"opera house nex Saturday night. There are 40 peo pie in the show,35 of whom are artist who will perform on the stage. Thi entertainment is blended with mirch and merriment .singing and dancing and operatic selections making tbj performance very entertaining, have reduced the prices to the lowe floor 50 and 75. Balcony 25 and 35 Don't miss seeing this show as I wil again say to you that I know that you will be pleased. Tours Truly, WM. DOLAK. Sotlce to Our Clnb. Special meeting this (Wednesday evening, Dec. 8. Business of im portance.—E. W. Kelley, president A. Kammerer, secretary. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen The only reliable, fully warranted —Longwell & Cummlngs, Masoni temple. The Wctiher. Fair tonight andThaiid»j;warme tonight. ~" v A The handsomest, and best assortment of CHRISTMAS Shoes and Slippers ever shown in the city- Patent Leather : Kid, Ooz Kik, pink, green,red, lavender. In fact anything in|jnice evening slippers. See our Men's Bootee combination, Boot and Shoes just the thing for winter. Stevenson 403 Broadway. THR 'TAILOR Can Suit You in Style and Prices. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-date Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and « fact anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the City. John F>. Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, Is your linen when it conies home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 608 Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give a trial. ==PATENTS== American and Canadian Patents promptly obtained, Patent, Mechanical am* Perspective Drawings prepared, Inventions Developed. • If You Want \ lo be in thelSwim j You had better le HOOLEY -Make Yeur— Fall Suit Or J Overcoat He -will Fit Ton When all others fail. "" Spry Block IFYOC WANT TO^BDY Good Shoes AT Lowest Prices ......See Walter Maibeii. Special Attention Given to Rt and Single Pair Orders. See us for Holiday Shoes and Slippers. Every Pair Guaranteed B B/QORDON. ^TVETHEM FITS. That's what you'll get if I make your clothes. I'm making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from W* to $40.00. H • Q. Sticker, 'Tailor, M •** Brotdwir. _ THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . . .FOR THE.. . Blood, Stomach Liver and Kidneys Composed of Roots, Herbs, Leaves and Barks. A GUARANTEED CURE ... FOR... Dysp.psia, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney Complaints, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Catarrh, Nervous Debility, Sick Headaeh* Loss of Appetite, Blotches, Pimples. Sercfola, Erysipelas. Salt Kfaemn, Eczema, Weak Back, Fever and Ague and all other Diseases arising from Impurities of the Blood or Derangement of the Nervous System. Price 25 Cents, PREPARED BY THE THOMPSON HERB TEA CO. NEW YORK. <j<

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