Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 10, 1897 · Page 19
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, December 10, 1897
Page 19
Start Free Trial

We'll Start now Selling The Holiday Merchandise. Well Felp You Along in the Way of Christmas Gifts. Given away iree with every 20.00 cash purchase, a very fine and handsome Hat and Coat Rack.—With evry Knee Pants Suit for boy's, ages 3 years to 16 years a handsome Iron Bank—If you buy a 20.00 suit as the best suit -rce carry—a bank AMCSEMEMS. "Octoroons" Saturday Sight- Murray & Mack Monday There's DO Better Ready-made Ctollir Thai Onrs Even though you are asked to pay a great deal more elsewhere We're manufacturers, and with no middleman's profit to pay, it's n wonder that our prif.es are lowest, and we've proven it every day, Ko merchandise unless it's reliable will find a home in our house While other merchants are kicking about dull business, har times etc. Our sales during Nov. were 40 per cent more than las year. You can't blame people for buying here, when they can •ur reliable qualities at such reasonable prices. . "We treat our customers liberally, no such thing as dissatisfaction her S10.OO Suits and Overcoats. Thia price gives you a fair idea of our entire stock, we've got them lower and higher, but this price Is one we bra(j on—It's a Suit and Overcoat, most houses will ask you 12.50 to »15.00, for our Xmas price fll.OO. They are wonders, come and see 'em. $2 to $5 Are the prices of our boy's Suits ages 3 to 16 yeajs Short Knee Pants. We carry the celebrated doubl seat and Knee Panta Suits, guaran teed not to rip—Get another suit o your money back, If any suit rips— ba,nk free with every suit. "Vf e will save you from 50c to to $1 on every Hat you buy—Oi ¥»derwear the same Saving's awaits you. If you desire reliable Clothing Hats and Gents Furnishings <3»«ie at ouce with the crowd that go to the THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old Stand. TRY Al Young, THEMERCHANT TAILOR THISFALL ...... or Overcoat, He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insur- anoo and Bonds written In flrst class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. gANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bay and Sell Second Hand] Goods. «lreu«asaU. S096th street HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. W. J. Barnett, *»*»«<» *>& Undertaker, Embalraer aad Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Calls attended day or nigat The finest outfit In the U. S. Col. C. L. Woll, will remain with me. Phones Office 16. Hesldeuce-Mntual, 65: C. U. 189. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO— F H. Wipperman, JM Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance. GEORGE W. KODEim Real Estate, Loans. F Trope rtyCity Bought. Sold or Ezenansrfid. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on me or write to me at No. 31 Eel Hlver nd of Market street bridge. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and BroaflwmT •VMtral Telephone No Offloe 88S, residence 343 D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET VpaUlrs OTOr Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Kroeger & Strain. C*Ui promptly »tWnd«d to Day or KI«ht, U8 Broadway. TBL1PHONB - 0«oe. O. Kroerer, 18 SETH M.VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plato Glass Insurance. Private Monej to Loan IMo Delay. C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 2O8 Fourth Street. QITY NRW3. Visit Walden's bankrupt shoe sale. Miss Hattle Meyer la visiting at Peru. Miss Daisy Fisher has taken a position at The Fair. Magic umbrellas for holiday gifts— The New Otto, sole agents. Flora Sentinel: Mr. and Mrs.Wll- lard Gardner spent several days at Camden and Logansport, the guests of relatires and friends, A subscription paper is being circulated to raise funds with whicfci to rebuild Bethel church, in Clay township, recently destroyed by fire. More than 12,000 has been subscribed. The Of the excellent companies to be heard this season, ifi Is said that a DO more thoroughly O. K. combination than John W. lahatn's ''Octoroons" are to be found and which will be at the opera house tomorrow nl^ht. The Octoroons" are the best in their line, whether it be for sweet singing-, ainusing comedy or pretty dancing. Mr. Isham has not only been wide- awake in the engagement; of first- class talent, out has been lavish in the expenditure of money lor stag accessories, costuming and scenery It is said that no more abusing scene than the "Blackvllle Outing can be found in any combination The comedy of thla entertainment i in the hands o: those who have n difficulty in creating merrlmen wherever and whenever they appea before an audience. As American are knowa as -'The nation of amuse ment seeters," Isham's Octoroon have, had no difficulty in pleasing thi large audiences and winning univer sal praise. MURRAY ASD MACK. Murray & Mack, the well-known and popular Irish comedians, wll visit us next Monday night, when they will present a brand new play called "Flnnigan's Courtship." I is said Do be full of humor, melody and movement. As farce comedy stars, they have for a long time been counted among tne best, and have always'been surrounded by a large and capable couipany This season is no exception to the rule. As in the past, many specialties will be Introduced, both concerted and Individual, as almost every member of the company is a specialty per former of more or less prominence, Murray & Mack will present their well-known originalities. The very fact that their acts are so extensively imitated is in Itself an enviable endorsement. The principals in support are Oscar Hall, Chas. Morgan, Andrew Boda, Frank Walters, John Hill, Al Larue, Chas. Billiard, Joe . Mackie, Gr»cie Cummlngs, Grade Tyson, Lolo Marrlsse, Stella Deaa, Dolly Delroy, Bessie "Varse, Daisy Cook, Lillian Gale, the Trumbuli sisters, Fannie and Mae. Volunteers of America. Great success attends the gospel meetings held at the Volunteers armory. Men and women are pro 'essfog conversion at every meeting and great interest is manifested by he large crowds that throng the armory nightly. On Wednesday evening the Rev. Mr. Parks, from Slkhart, delivered a beautiful sermon, at the close of which two per- ODS came forward ana professed conversion and several requested prayer. A special gospel service will be held at the armory this evening at 7:45. 5ood singing and music. Everybody welcome. Admission free. To Break a Will. Judge M. Winfield has tiled an 1m- jortant suit in the Circuit court at Wabash. The plaintiff Is Allen G. BusickJ of Winamac, and the suit la Drought to set aside the will of bis ather, the late Joseph W. Busick, ho left an estate valued at 1100,000. The deceased left four heirs, three hildren and a second wife. Plaintlfl Heges that on account of an undue nfluence upon the part of his stepmother he was not remembered in his ather's will. • Annual Gas Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are ow due and payable at the com- any's office. Natural gas consumers desiring to vail themselves of the annual rate, ommencing December 1st, can do so y calling at the office and arranging or name. All bills must be paid on or before he 10th. of each month. LOGANSPOKT & WABASH YALJ ET GAS COMPANY. Pare, vegetable colors and fine fla- ors for candies at Fisher's, druggist. Smoke the Columbia cigar,. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. Fresh cream wafers—Wright & B. Harry Brown, of Flora, ia visiting in r.he city. Watches lower than anybody can sell tbem, at Hauk's. Clamp skates for ladies and gents at Crismond's, 312 Market street. Ladies' nocketbooks, our line includes some beauties—Taylor.jeweler The county commissioners made their regular inspection today of the poor farm. Try McHale's for a pure drink of McBrayer, seven years old, 106 per cen proof. Simply beautiful, the silver and cut glass novelties for the toilet table, at Taylor's. New colored shirts, fast colors, long or short bosoms, new effect In stripes —Will Murdock. Natural gas bills for November are due and payable at the company's office on or before the 10th inst. A pop corn and taffy social tonight at the Wheatland church. A free programme will be rendered. All invited. Novelties in music cabinets, and white enameled and brass trimmed dressers, just the thing for the holidays, at Henderson & Son's. Martin Hlgglns, employed by John E. Barnes & Sons on the Ferguson building was tripped yesterday morning by the elevator rope and one of his limbs was badly sprained. It Is authoratively stated that no one has been authorized to sell chances cm any fancy articles for the Cumberland Presbyterian church, as was reported on the Westside. The Elks' band Is rapidly improving under the leadership of Samuel Smith. The band is receiving many compliments for the music rendered in the Elks' parade on Tuesday. Wea Tribe, No. 170, Bed Men, of this city, is organizing a Chieftian's league (uniform rank), and now have twenty-four signatures. The work is being done by Scott E. Price. At the Wheatland street M. E. Darsonage yesterday, Miss Milda !lark was united in marriage to Wm. M. Watts, Rev. J. EL. Walti offlcla- ing. Tne couple will reside In Harrison township. Kill two birds with one stone. While purchasing your holiday gifts or every day necessaries at the New ,to you will receive gratis elegant decorated china and fine cut glass, uitable for gifts to others. The Lewis publishing company of Chicago will issue a biographical and geneologlca! history of Cass Bounty in the near future. A repre- en tati ve of the company Is here look- ng after the preliminary work. Joe Close of Jefferson township, ,elebrated his 52d birthday anniver- ary Sunday by entertaining relatives and friends to the number of seventy- ix at dinner, Among those present were William Raver aad wife and Miss Alice Ross of this city. S. B. Patterson, business manager f the Calhoun opera company, spent ast Sunday at Portland, Oregon, and ttended the memorial services of odge No. 142, B. P. O. Elks, a pro- ramme of which ne forewarded to a member of Logansport lodge. T. J. Elliott, of the city ischool ioard, says that County Superin- endent Cornell made no arrangements for the meeting of the eachers' association in the high chool building. Instead he asked or the use of the central building. Mr. and Mrs. James Goring, of Miami street, were called to Chicago esterday by the death of their aughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Shonnes- ey, which occurred there Wednee- ay. The funeral occurred this morn- ng at 9 o'clock. The deceased was a •Idow. She was 50 years of age and eavea ten children. There will be a public debate in he Good Templars' hall, corner of 'ourth and Market streets, over Dr. ?aylor's dental office, this evening, ubject, Resolved that a saloon pro- ibitory law should he enacted, and hat such a law would be a benefit. The debaters are Dr. Powell, Rev. tewart, Rev. Coolbaogh and Rev. Eversole. There will also be a good {literary and musical programme ar- Hood's Pills AMUSEMENTS. Are' gaining favor rapidly. Business men and travel- lers carry them in vest pockets. ladies wiry them iu purses, housekeepers keep them In tn-edicin* elMett, Irieads recommend them to irieuds. s> ranged, to which the public is cordially lovited. A new platform has been erected at the Clymers railway station. B. W. Hoover of Hopedale, was In the city today purchasing goods. Beautiful silk suspenders with gold or silver buckles at Will Murdoch's. Mrs. Edward Brown, of Lafayette, is in the city for a short visit with relatives. Miss Lulu Webster, of Fulton, is In the city for a few (Jays' visit with relatives. Those hand painted stone enamel vases and plaques at Hauk's are beautiful. The entertainment recently given. D OLAfTS OPKKA HOCSB. • • • • Ju*t One Nifht Saturday, December 11. The Diamond of Tropical Production Without a Flaw JOHN W. ISHAM'S —FA.MOUS— OCTOROONS A tower of merit built to stand forever. THE ONLY ONE, Introducing the Bronze Melblle, Madame Flowers, gcau on eaie at Johnston's drug store. THE GREAT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Practice .from The Logansport Commercial High School. We use the well known Sadler's Budget gyi- tem of Dookfceeping and office practice. The Educational Sit of ihe 19th Century! Genuine bookkeeper's experience from the start. No copying. The student learns by doiog. Be is not taught impractical and oba*- lete methods and forms, The most thorough and up-to-date commercial schoolln this section of the oountry. Select the best Cheap tuition Iz dear at wir cost. IJelect a school thai 18 recognized ani endorsed by the business community. W» urge Investigation. uoine and tee UE, or write. Legaagport Commercial High FOtTKTH 8TEEKT. . _ Genuine Office and Buslneis by the schools of Lincoln, was a finan- j *e day of entrance. cial success. ™" A. B. Schneider, a traveling representative of the Toledo brewing company, is in ttie city on business. Mrs. A. D. Moore, of Colfax, Is in the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Mack, on Miami street, Westside. John Plank, who has been working in Illinois for several months, has returned to his home in Young America. The new Murdock hotel will be opened for business on the 25th. The furniture and fixtures have all been bought. Rev. H. flellaake, who has been assisting at St. Vincent's church, returned to hla home at Lebanon this morning. The latest hair ornament for ladles' evening wear, beautiful, delicate but indestructable; sliver bullion and platina; all the rage in the east. See them, only at Taylor's. Thomas Evans, who was convicted with Smith of the charge of breaking into the Terre Haute brewing com- oany's cold storage and stealing beer, was taken to the northern prison to-1 day by Deputy Sheriff Smith. If you want your children to grow up wide-awake and well informed, encourage them In the reading of a dally newspaper. What is more to be pitied than a man or woman who never reads and never knows what is going on in the world? The Pharos alms to encourage a taste for reading by providing a wide variety of subject matter in its columns. It is strictly ft family paper. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Our opening will continue for the sesion on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,~^v 517 Broadway near Sixth Logansport, Indiana. REMOVED ,Iuto the Bell Block On Pearl st formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where you are invited to call and see a And a Stock of Winter Woolens for Suitings and Overcoatings That Cannot be Beat. W fraiff Merchant . Walg, Tailor. Pearl St. Next to Bell's Office. DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market street In room fonnerly occupied by Legansport Wall Paper Co. Gunther's Confectionary. Charlotte RuBse. Bavarian Cream, Wine Jeiitee, Chocolate Kclairg, Patty Shells. Esrg Kttseg, Hiciorynut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroons. Cocoanut Macarooni, Vanilla Wafers, Jelly Tarts, Cream Puffs, Fruit Cake, Gold and Silver Hod, Lemon Marangue Pies. Frank K. Lloyd, pastry Cook at the Barnett and Murdock hotels lor the past flve years. t3T~We have contracted to furnish aUthe Pastry and Bread for the above hotels. Special Christmas Opening. New Furniture Store, Cor. Mkt., 5th and Erie Sts. la order to give all am opportunity to see our new store and our elogant stock of novelties in Modern and Artistic Furniture, we will give a ipeo- ial Christmas Opening next Monday afternoon and evening. All are Invited. Low Rates to North CarottM, Virginia and Other States. Pennsylvania Lines. Line* Dec. ?th and 2Ut.»For ipecial Lafer- matiom apply to W. |W. IBichardfon, BJMri* passenger. Agent, Indlaoapoli*, IM. BANKRUPTjfflQE SALE. We have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you Nearly One Half on your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for Christmas—Nothing. Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 990 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $i. 19. Child's shoes 350 Child's shoes 49c Child's shoes 590 Child's shoes 890. ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. S3.OO Ladies's Shoes $1.89. This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap Ones.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free