John firay's.., CORNER ON CLOAKS. We have not bought out any manufacturer, And we are not over- Blocked, but we have correct goods bought right, and for cast), and we can, and do sell them cheaper than any other house in the city. Come in and be Convinced. A. S.Everett, A. M,M.D. Practice limited to Dyspepsia and the rational treatment of Chronic Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, 0158, Greenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. DAILY PHAROS MONDAY, DEO. 13, 1897. LIDALE«E Pbysiciaa. Office In House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, Professional calls answfred promrtly. New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W.'F, Campbell's Old Stand E. H. GRACE, D- D. S. DENTAL PAKLOKS, 816 Market Street. New Alumlnlte Rubber Plates. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DBCTAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store, Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. New Undertaker 9 - 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calls promptly attended to, day or night. Mr. KiUlan was for many years foreman for • Cbarli-8 L. Woll. Telephone old 281, new SI/ Ev ©• —DENTIST— All the latoet liacOveriOB in medicine and appliances to relieve pain in extraction or tilling ol 1 teeth. Modern methods, modsrn prices, Afi work puaranteed. Office over John Gray's on Fourth inreet. C W Telephone No. 828. McConnell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. The Supreme court Friday heard oral argument in the suit involving the validity o!' the metropolitan police law as applied to the city of Huntington. It is claimed that the census which showed Huntington to have more than 10,000 inhabitants was fraudulently taken and the mayor concealed the real facts. This was to get the city under the metropolitan police law. The Circuit court sustained a demurrer to the complaint. OITYNB.WS Cloaks cheap at the Bee Hive. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. John Gray is sick of rheumatic fever Ex-Sheriff Adams Is sick again of lagrlppe. The finest onyx top tables in the city at Taylor's. John Gard, a clerk at Bay Bros', grocery, is on the sick list. Charles Robblns, brother of Sid, is In town calling oa friends. Fine line carving sets from cheapest up to 14 at Crlsmond's. Learn closing prices on jackets and capes at the Trade Palace. Mr. J. G. Kelp and wife are home from a visit at Toledo, Ohio. Smoking jackets at the New Otto and cbina and cat glass free. A new I. O. O F. lodge will be or- [ganized this week at Eoyal Center. A valuable horse belonging to Ray Bros,, butchers,died this morning. Work on the Eighteenth street bridge was resumed this afternoon. For something nice in the jewelry line at a reasonable price see Ben Martin. To Mr. and Mrs. Bid Dunham, of Thirteenth and Spear street, a fifteen pound boy. Alvin Denbo, the letter carrier, is sick. Extra Carrier John Mader is on his route. Kokomo Dispatch: Tod Mahin and Earl Davis spent Thursday night at Logansport. Eawln, the young son Of Dr. F. A. Busjahn, who was quite sick, is greatly improved. The Bee Hive's new Wall street store will be ready for your inspection the middle of this week. Cnoice underwear and hosiery, a most acceptable holiday gift at the New Otto and free decorated china. Adam Wolf, of the Westside, killed a mink yesterday, en the Palmer farm in Washington township. Jewell lodge, D. of B., will hold a social Wednesday evening, at the home ol Col. and Mrs. Cromer, on the Westside. The two children of Joseph Hartz, the painter, have about recovered from a seven weeks's Illness due to typhoid fever, John Medlancl & Sons, the contractors, put a force of bricklayers at work this morning .on the Baldwin hotel building, corner of Third and Canal streets. The donation party which was to have been given by the Ladies of the G. A. R. has been postponed until after the next meeting, Dec. 2lst. By order of the president. The Mandolin club has added a new instrument, to be played by Walter Routh It is called a mandola and is a large mandolin. It is the first of the kind ever brought ty the city. The celebrated Otto *4 and 85 shoes, hand-turned French kid and vici in the new shades, are so well known that when The New Otto advertises a limited number for sale at 13, the ladles know they get the swellest shoe on earth, and no fake. The new front just put in at J. D. Taylor's jewelry store adds much 'to the attractiveness of that place and furnishes one of the largest and handsomest display windows in the city. Other improvements have been added to the store that greatly beautify the interior. LARGE AND HANDSOME. The Bee Hire's Great Improfement Completed. One of the Handsomest and Most At- tractlre 017 Good* Stores in Indiana. The Wall street addition to the Bee Hive dry goods store has oeen completed and today It will be found well stocked with a, rich variety of useful articles for the holiday trade. With this addition in floor space, the Bee Hive becomes one of the most commodious and best arranged dry goods stores in Indiana and one that would be a credit to any city in the country. The main store room with a frontage of 42 feet on Broadway now extends south to Wall street—a distance oil 160 feet. At the point of connection with the Wall street building is a court and over head is A large sky-litrbt that provides ample ' light fot the rear of the Broadway building. From this coirt a wide and inviting stairway reaches to the second floor of the Wall street building, which, after January 1st, will be converted into a cloak department. In the re-arrangement of the store, long aisles extend from the Broadway entrance to the Wall street entrance, aflording a view from street : to street, and in a measure exhibiting the magnitude of the store. These aisles pass through the court in the center of the store, where many conveniences in the way of seats, desks and writing material are provided for the use ot patrons of the store. It promises to become a popular meeting place and will popularize the store's catch phrase: "Meet Me Under the Skylight." The furuiehings of the store are rich and tasty. Beautifully polished oak predominates and • the brilliant light from the large plate glass windows disclose their handsome color- [ings. The offices of the firm are located in the Wall street building and are handsomely furnished and conveniently arranged. A carrier system will connect all departments of the store with the main office and everything for the prompD despatch of business will be perfectly arranged. The formal opening of the big score will occur this week and visitors will find a wonderful collection—a worldwide assortment — of such goods as are only found in a modern, up-to- date dry goods store. Entertained. Willard, the 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sturken, entertained about thirty of his youcg friends Saturday at bis home on west Broadway on the occasion of his birthday. The afternoon was spent in juvenile games and amusements. An elaborate luncheon was served. Master Willard received quite a number of nice presents. Death of Mr. L. C. Hansel!. ^Mr. L. C. Hansell, formerly employed at the Panhandle freight office of this city, died Saturday evening at his home in Chicago. The remains will arrive here tomorrow for burial on the. 12:30 train. Dsceased was a member of the Knights of Honor. A wife and one child survive him. Napoleon Lee Thomas, arrested for trespassing at the opera house, was discharged this morning by Mayor McKee. See Me For The Latest Styles in Rubbers. SHOE STORE. 510 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Ton are safe iu buying your Shoes at mim'x SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Third and Market Sts. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Meet me under the sky light. The question of a future location for the postofflce is still unsettled. Landlord Johnston, of the Johnston hotel, opened a new register this morning. George Washburne, the engln?er, was recently reinstated on the Wabash road. The New Otto sells the celebrated 9Sc ladles' dress shoes for 75c while they last. The young daughter of John Wise, of the Weslside, is recovering from a severe illness. Forooff'a orchestra has been engaged to furnish music at Marion on the 29th and 31st. Henry Six, business manager of the Terre Haute Tribune, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Even if the goods are no cheaper, and they claim they are, the presents are a clear gain at The New Otto. Andrew Nelsson Slusber and Edith Armel Turnpaugh, Emery H. Grassmeyer and Laura E, Hoover have been licensed to wed. Uapt. Washington Coulson, superintendent of U. S. life saving and lignt house construction, who has been here for a week visiting his son, John F, Coulson, the druggist, left today for New "JTork. On Saturday J. P. Bobinson, residing south of Burrows, celebrated his 88th birthday. There was quite a crowd of his old friends present and a big dinner was served. There were four present, Mrs Lucinda Kendall, Mahlon Kerlln, Mrs. Me Reynolds Tailor arid Draper, BETWEEN ONE THING to* ANOTHER we manage to turn oat the belt fit- tlng,eiqulsitely finished and distingue gaits ot clothing to be «MQ ID Logansport. We take pain* to select the latest and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just LOW we are making nobby suita in soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, caEsimeres, and English mel- ton, beaver and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Garl W. Keller. 311 Market St Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTIEL. JOHN SON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. and John Wharton, all of about the same age as Mr. Boblnson. I). B. McConnell is at Chattanooga, Tenn. Born to Mr. acd Mrs. John Horstman, of 309 Melbourne avenue, a ten pound girl. A small dog which bas made its home with Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kelp for twelve years, died this morning. John Doe paid a fine in the mayor's court this morning for striking Henrietta Pollock, who holds forth on Twelfth street. Mis Maria Heiber entertained the Felicity club last evening at her home on 'the Westeide, In honor of her 26th birthday anniversary. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Talbott died last evening at 7 o'clock at the family residence, No. 513 Canal street. Interment was made in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery this afternoon. j'ust stop and think how many nice articles you can buy at • Dewenter's, the hatter and furnisher, for a gentleman. We note a few canes, umbrellas, hats, ties, underwear, gloves, caps and mufflers. Wilton Lacsaye in "The Royal Secret," is the attraction booked for Thursday evening at Dolan's. Mr. Lackaye is recognized as one of the foremost actors of the present time, and he does not need any introduction to the public. Ladles ot Lincoln Circle, Ladies of the G. A. R., will give Mrs, M. Davis, national president of the order, a reception at the home of Mrs, Frank Swlgart. 715 North street, this evening at S o'clock. All friends are invited. State Statistician Conner eays the reports of township trustees in regard to the wheat crop of the state this year shows that there haa been a wonderful improvement lately on account of the fall rains, and the prospects are now for a fair crop. Ed Truax's horse and buggy was stolen about 10 o'clock last night from Broadway, near Dykeman's restaurant. The rig was found early this moraing standing in trout) of the residence of W. P. Metherd, on the Established 18CT. Incorporated 189i The following persons are employed by Hall's Business College: TEACHING TfOUCS. C. F. Moore, superintendent. B F. Hart, Actual Business and Mathematics Warren Hall. Theoretical Bookkeeping and Commercial Law. Andrew Frederick, Penmansbip- Clarence MoLaugblin, Shorthand and TTPO* wrltrtng. 0. P. Gibson, Instructor Peru Branch' BUSIKKSS MANAGEKBST. C. F. Moore, General Manager. F. Stossmeltter, Business manager. B. M. Ogborn. Collector. Jessie HerriDK, Stenographer. Seven of our Students have taken position* recenrly. If you want to sesure a position attend Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 6tb. Stt., Logansport, Ind. Addrt ss SPECIAL SHOE SALE at WALTER MAIBEN'S For Holiday Trade Every thing New I Fine shoes that will fit you and suit you. See our nobby new styles in high Shoes and Slippers for Christmas trade. 412 BROADWAY, Pilling's Old Stand. Royal Center pike, one mile west of the city. Chris McSheehy, editor and proprietor of the Denver (Col.) World, spent Sunday in the city, a gueat of his brother, H. J. McSheehy, of the Chronicle. On Wednesday evening, at the rooms of the Bimetallic league, there will he a debate on the financial question. Everybody cordially Incited— N. W. Phlpps, secietary; C. E. Carter, president. The Lincoln Circle will, In the: near future, give a pound party at the home of Mrs. Eairl Stewart, president of the local circle. The proceeds are to go to ma.ke the annual I Christmas offering to the poor. IN HOLIDAY ATTIRE We invite you to participate in the good things we have prepared for the Holiday Season. With a display large at all times, we have made unusual-efforts for this season and present a marvelous collection of dainty and attractive articles suitable for the Holiday Season. We submit for your inspection the following Suggestive Holiday Souvenirs: Pictures* Easels, Screens* Tatootirette's, Statuaries, Lace Otirtains, Portieres, RAIQS, Iron Be<3s> Down Quilts- Every person who enjoys beautiful things, as well as purchasers, are cordially invited. A Glance at our Window is Sufficient. H.WILER&Co. "Promoters of Original Ideas." Corner Fourth and Broadway.
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