Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, December 18, 1897
Page 19
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l^W ^VJ~-*V~ V- , Main Office of "THE HUB" Cloth Co., 309 and 311 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa GENTLEMEN: Those 500 suits we sent you ten davs ago to sell at $1200 aod $1500 respectfully—and are well worth $15 00 to $18.00, you will now mark them to sell at $10 00 and $12 00 until the entire lots are closed out. Very respectfully, THE HUB. LOST HIS LE6. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Here is a Chance for You Christmas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS ^ And we generally get it. Kew customers come to us, old ones. c«meback. Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so .erer exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however we don't goat it in a half harted ^.Transactions here are based on facts, tke T doh't depend on ifs and maybes. Now it happens that for the next two weeks, the above bargains will sparkle as long as those suits ™ Un to-date —We have given away ever 200 of those handsome Goat and Hat Racks, and every purchaser of §20.00 cash will be presented with one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. Then His Wife's Lore Went With It— A Peculiar Case. A peculiar divorce suit was tried in the superior court, Anderson. Louis . A. Landless was the plaintiff. A few { years ago he was living happily with his wire in Richmond. He was employed as a brakeman by the Panhandle compauy.and is well known in Logiiisport. About two years ago Landless lost a leg in a rail way wreck. After this misfortune his wife's iove began to grow cold and finally she left him. Landless moved to Anderson with his children, but Mrs.Land- less declined to have anything more I to do with him. The court has the case under advisement. With Every Boy's Suit—Short Knee Pants Suits Bank rfee. a handsome Saving THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Sland. Logansport, Ind. FURNITURE! New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W. F, Campbell'* Old Stand Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKKRS Private Hone) to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 2OS Fourth. Street. Calli promptly attended to Day or OH Broad-way. TKLHFHOKB - Offloe, M. Kroe B er, »»rain. 94. 18 SETH M.YELSEY OITY NRWS. Sterling silver hair brush 12.50.— Bridges spoons at Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plato Glass Insurance. JJANLEY & SHANAHA.N. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. 209 6th street DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth »nd BroadwaT HJoBtral Telephone No Offloe 38S. residence 343 W. J. Barnett, succor »c.i,w 011 . Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Calli attended day or nismt. Tfce flneat outfit In the TJ. S. Col. C. L. Woll, wfll remain with mo. T3U^ n ^r. Offloe 16. Residence-Mutual, Fnones ^o.u.ie*. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, •OSifourU Street Opp. Court Hou«e Entrance, GEORGE W. RODEFEB. Real Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or Eiohanjmd. Money to •n morttrare or personal security. Call » Loan •n . l on me vr write rome at No. SI Bel Hirer a»«nue,east »nd of Market street bridge. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET tlpstalrs oter Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Regimental Meeting. Sreat preparations are being made by Lafayette Odd Fellows for the regimental meeting of the Patriarchs Militant there January 27, 1898. The regimental meeting referred to above will be a similar one to that which was held in this city on January, 29th of this year and will be the fourth annual meeting of the fifth regiment. This regiment is under command Taylor. See our City of Hauk's. Plenty of candy oV all kinds at Qulgleya. Don't be misled in buying shoes. Go to Walden's. Mrs. G. Case, of Tlpton, is visiting Logansport rtilatives. j Sterling silver plated cold meat forks, 75e—Taylor, jeweler. Those a well traveling bags at manufacturer's cost at the New ODto. J. W. Henderson & Sons invite the public to inspect their furniture for the holidays. The choirs of the Catholic churches are practicing regularly for extra fine music for Christmas. Harry Cavanaugh, a special officer of the government, was the guest of J. W. Parker yesterday. A lodge of Elks has been instituted at Laporte with sixty members, comprising the leading men of that city. The various Sunday schools of the city are arranging to give Christmas treats for the children the latter part of next week. Rev. H. C. Kendrlck, who suffered a .painful burn recently has completely recovered and will occupy his pulpit; at the Christian -church tomorrow. S. .'R. Tyler,.father of Mrs. C. 0. Fenton, of thla city, died a few days ago at his home east of Wlnamac, where he had resided for thirty years. His last illness was of several months' duration. Hs leaves a wife, one son and one daughter. Following are the names of the petit jurors who were complimented yesterday by Judge Chase: A. U. Helvte, Frank Bird, Samuel J. Beck, Elijah Thomas, Samuel Shaft, F. M. Blasslngham, William H. Burrows, Nathaniel Bell, Burdeao Vaughn, Nathaclel Bell, Frank N. Markley, Wm. Randall, J. A. Higglns, Dewitt Doran, Wm. Gundrum, Frank P. Jackson and Richard Twells. of Col. J. H. Wise and Dr. D. E. Delzell, of this city and is one of the livest regiments of the Patriarchs Militant in the department. It is composed of Cantons, Logansport. No. 15, Excelsiors No. 18, of Lafayette, Wabash No. 19, Peru No. 20,' El wood No. 33 and Frankfort No. 37. One «*eek Longer. Backman's Glass Blowers who are exhibiting at 421 Market street have concluded to remain one more week owing to the large attendance. New and novel features will be added. Among them being a grand baby contest on which occasion the baby receiving the largest of votes will be presented with a beautiful present valued at 125.00. This wonderful exhibition of glass blowing, spinning and weaving should be seen by everybody. AdmJs- siun is but 15 cents and every visitor receives a present. Indianapolis Colored People. There are 25,000 colored people residing in Indianapolis, and the aggregate value of their real estate and personal property assessed for taxation is almost, $3,000,000. They have thirty colored churches; thirty-six secret organizations; two benevolent institutions: nine schools; thirty eight colored teachers, and 1,435 children attending their school, not including those attending white or mixed schools. There are colored weekly newspapers published in the city, and are said to be well supported. Fulton Oil Well Pilled With Water. Repnrts from the Fulton oil well, siy it is down nearly 800 feet and ai the drill has struck shale rock, it is expected that trenton rock will be reached within the next 200 feet, al though this prediction is not baaec on any rule governing the depth of reck formation as it varies greatly. The wsll is full of water and it wll have to be cased from top to bottom in order to shut the water out. Cantata. The cantata of Bethlehem by a chorni of forty voices at the First Presbyterian church next- Tuesda evening under the direction of Louis P. Elchhorn with Miss Mirian Me Mullen as accompanist, will be a rare musical treat. The best voca talent of the city will participate Don't miss It, Admission 35 cents Children 20 cents. The Temperature Tumble. The temperature took a tumble o: several degrees last night. At 6 o'clock this morning the mercnr of the standrrd thermometers regls tered 7 degrees below zero. But few complaints concerning the gas supply have been made today. The"! "Harmcnious Half Dozen were entertained last evening by the Misses Donaldson on East Broadway. Smoke the Columbia cigar Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. "Meet me nnder the sky light." Perfumes for the holiday?—Porter. Sterling siver chain bracelets, $1— Taylor. Toys: toys!l at Logaosport Wall 'apar Co. Holiday slippers and smoking jackets at the New Otto. Fine line carving sets from cheapest up to *4 at Crismond's. Don't forget we are headquarters or gold spectacles—Taylor. David D. Barnett is quite sick at its home north of the city.. Try McHale'a Tor a p«re drink Of McBrayer, seven years old, 106 per :ent proof. The Cass county horticultural society met this afternoon in the new lourt room. James and Allen Nelson are home rom school at Lima, Ind., for the holiday vacation. Miss Kate Ball, of Delphi, was the guest of Mrs. Ellen Morrow, ot the Westside, yesterday. Superintendent Douglass has re- urned from a business trip to Frank- ort and Indianapolis. The state meeting of the teachers' ssociation will occur December 28th, 9th and 30th, at Indianapolis. Anotner mass meeting was held at Tipton today, looking to the estab- ishment of a sugar beet factory. For the Christmas trade, special >rices on new style photographs, at Anderson's studio, 606 Broadway. Good, sensible presents at Ed Powell's. Mandolins andguitars.guar- anteed against warping or splitting. Mr. S. A. Hunter, formerly of tflchael'8 business college, now of Texas, is in the city visiting friends. We are now stocked with dolls at Logansport Wall Paper Co. We have cut prices_in two. Don't miss bargains. New Boston garters and silk suspenders, swell underwear, hosiery, init jackets, gloves and handkerchiefs at the New. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Orwin have been visiting relatives in this city and county, left yesterday for their aome near Carterville, Ills. In the circuit court yesterday the jury returned a verdict for the defendant in the suit of Willard S. Took against Daniel A. Gillespie. Another enjoyable hop was given at Dolan & McHale's hall last night by the Eastend Pleasure club. Steinhart's orchestra furnished the music. The city of Andersen, which is drilling her own gas wells, has struck a second gusher, both in territory heretofore considered nearly exhausted. The faculty at Purdue ^university has indorsed the modified rules for foot ball, recently adopted by college •epresentatives at Chicago, to lessen brutality. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Doran, living on the Taber farm near Spencer park, have gone to Franklin county, Virginia, owing to the death of Mrs." Doran'a mother. Robert Williams, a tramp, who claimed to hare sprained his ankle by stepping from a sidewalk in this city, is In jail at Peru, receiving treatment from a physician. If you or your neighbors expect to visit In another city during the holidays, or if friends or relatives from abroad will visit you, notify the Pharos in person or by postal card. In paying your subscriptions for the Pharos, require the collector to give you a receipt, made out at this office. In this way you can always be sure your account is kept straight. Nathan O. Ross, jr., of Columbia college, New York, and George E. Ross, jr., of the Ho we military school, Lilma, Ind., arrived home this afternoon to spend the holiday vacation. Select your Christmas prenents from I. N. Crawford. Boy's sleds 50c, 75c, $1, ft.75 and up. Barney & Berry skates 25c, 50c, 85c, »1 up to 14 50. Boy's rifles SI, $2.50, 13.50. 15.Shot guns, all prices from *41io>40 Superintendent Douglass, of the city schools, will attempt to prohibit snowballing by the pupils ou the streets. He has also notified the police department that unless others were prohibited from such practice Golden Rule Grand Saturday Night Tonight you will have an excellent chance to secure your waots for holiday presents. Christmas Bandkerc hlef Sale, 100 dozen pure silk initial handkerchiefs. They come in any initial you rcay want and for tonight only lOc. loO dozen real Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs, the handsomest assortment of patterns you have *een and you would consider them cheap for20c. tonight only lOc. Christmas Kid Mitten and Glore Sale. 30 dozen mL«ses mocha and ladies kid mittens with fine fleeced lined worth 75, tonight, they go for 49c. Mens' kid gloves with soft fleece lining 2 clasp buttons tonight 50c. Foot Stools. Tonight we will sell Brussel top foot stools, the round style goes for 50c., the long style goes for 75c. Silverware. 300 set" silver knife, fork and spoon put in box with satin lining, will make a nice present for a child; tonight only 23c. 100 sterling silver bandies with pearl letter opener and another with inger nail file. Your choice of either jonight 25c. Sterling mounted pocketbooks tonight 25c. Children's Pars. One of the many appreciative gifts for children is a nice set of furs. White, angora, tbibbet, lamb, hair fur, etc. We have them In all prices. Feather and Ostrich Boas. For a Christmas offering. 1 yard long feather boa for I8c. Beal ostrich collarettes 38c. Remember If you need or want anything In the cloak line we will guarantee to save you money". The Golden Role KKAL Keportod for tto PterM by itotfc «. Yeker, JLlstnoter. Daniel Lybrook and wife to W. E. Lybroolr.—75 acres In e \ of sw t of sec 6, Deer Creek tp. »5,000. George P Lesley and wife to Benjamin B. Keeport and wife—S J of « \ of ne i ot sec S, Adams tp, 20 acres. •900. Wm, F. Porter, Kate Mahonej, Dan Mauoney aod Dan Porter and wife to George Forgy— \ of se J of sec 13. Clinton tp, containing SO acres. *75 Wm. S. Porter to George Forgj— E i se i of sec 13, Clinton tp, 50 acres. 125. Perry Bell and wife to Mahlon Bell —Xw i sw J sec 9-, containing 40 acres. 11,700. . THE Hew Fornitore Store, Cor. Market. 5th. and Erie, VftfcJ Special Sale This Stand 39c Here is a well made and finisk- ed stand, the small stores sell from. 50 to 75 cents. The "Big Store" will sell them Saturday and Monday for only 39 cents each. Se* them in our Erie street window. he would not enforce the order against pupils. Judge D. B. McConnell has returned from a business trip to Chattanooga, Tenn., in relation to the soldiers' monuments oa the battle field. John Mahoney, an old Logansport boy, now of Memphis, Tenn., has resigned his position as manager of the Lyceum theatre there, and taken a position on the Memphis Daily Herald. The funeral of the late William H, Seybold who was killed in the Pan- hanle wreck at Bonne, Tuesday even- was held at 10 a. to. today from Shiloh church in Noble township, Rev. Putnam officiating. A Christmas cantata founded on a bible incident will be rendered at the Baptist church on next Friday even- Ing by the members of the Sunday school The work of preparation is in charge of Will Huckleberry and Minnie Tucker. Forty persons will participate. By agreement, the suit of A. C. Barnetfi against the City National bauk to recover certain papers left In trust with John F. Johnson, at the State National bank, also for damages In the sum of $2.000, was dismissed in the circuit court at the cost of the defendant. ^=^51^= Kept in the House Never Without Hood's on Hand. " Aa a family medicine and blood purifier I find nothing equal to Hood's Sarga- parilla. I keep it in the house all the time. Whenever I get up with a headache I take Hood's Sarsaparilla and it relieves me. I have been cured of boils by taking Hood Sarsaparilla." LAUSA. SLIDES, 238 Charters St., Jfew Albany, Indiana. Hood's Sarsaparilla The Best —in fact the One True Blood 3?UTifier. THE GREAT COVMERCIAL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Genuine Office and Buelnos Practice tram the day of entrance. The Logansport Commercial High School. We use the well known Sadler's Budjet iyi- cem of oookKeeplng and office practice. The Educational flit of the 19th Century! Genuine bookkeeper's experience from »• start. No copying. The student lea.ro* by doing. He Is not tauptit Impractical and oou»- lete methods and forms. The most thorou#h.and up-to-date <sommer- cial school in. thlgsecHon of the oountry. Select the oest Cheap fcu4tion.ii dear at »nr cost. Select a school that IB recognized a»t endorsed by the business community. w» urg* investigation. Lxjme and see us, or write. Lopwgport Commercial High FOUBTfl 8THBET. DELICATESSEN , FINE rot Hood's Pills cure indigestion. 25cents. 407 Market street In room f oraaedy OMmpfatf bjr Legansport Will Paper Co. Ounther 1 * Coatectlonery. Charlotte RUSB«. Bavarian Crwum, Wine Jellie*. Chocolate Bclalrt. Patty Shells, Exg Kt«se«, Blokorynut Mac&roon*, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroons. Cocoanut Macaroon*. Vaniila Wnfen. Jellr Ttrtt. Cream Puto, Fruitcake, Gold and Silver Bid. Lemon Harangue Ple». Frank K. Lloyd, rastir Cook at the Barnett and Murtoak bote.Ulor the pest five years. |3rwe have contracted to furatoh *UtM Pastry and Bre«fl 'or the above kotel*. Telephone 288 Mutual. No need to suffer with rheumatUm, lumbago, neuralgia, crampt or colic. Dr. Thomas' Eclecwlc Oil cures all such troubles, and does It qulcWj. BANKRUPTJHOE SALE. We have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you Nearlu One Half on your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Child's shoes 350 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Child's shoes 49C Ladies' shoes $1.23 * Misses shoes 990 Child's shoes 590 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $1.19. Child's shoes 890. $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. S3.OO Lxadies's Shoes SL89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap Ones. Christmas—Nothing.

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