Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1897 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, December 18, 1897
Page 21
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JOHH BUSY'S ON«' Holiday Handkerchiefs Is, as usual, the most beautiful shown in the city. It it only necessary for us to announce our annual holiday "hdkt" sale, as you know from experience our's is the place to buy. Insurance and Loans. All kinds or Insurance »nJ Bond« written in first clasi com- panles. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. LIDA LEISURE Physician. DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY. DEC. 18, 1897. Office in House, Cor. Thirteenth and North streets, • Professional calls answered promrtly. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe* first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made Cleaning and repair- Ing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. Hi.H. GRACE, D. D.S. DENTAL PARLORS, 816 Market Street. New Aluminlte Rubber Plates. Ei- ©• Hunt, —DENTIST- All the latest liscoverioB In medicine and ftppliaDces to relieve jialn in extraction or flll- hw or teeth. Modern methods, modem prices, Zfi work guaranteed. OJBoe over John Gray's on Fourth Htreet. C U Telephone No. 828. BE. C. D. ETEKSOLE'S DEETAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Btore. Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. New Undertakers. . ~• N 303 Market street, Hoppe Building. Daniel Killian & Co. Calle promptly attended to. day or night. Mr. Killldn was for many years foreman for Charles L. Woll. Telephone Old 281, new 317 Logansport Messenger Service. H.A MOOKE htis nut upon the streets a •arcel delivery waiton unil respectfully solicits the puullc putronaire Parcels and Uttht, drayape oivimitly delivered to any part of tho cl ty. Lea v e orde rs at Eel River Livery Barn, Old Phone No S8 New No 91 MADAME BUDDHA, The Clairvoyont £t£r yc" and is ready to give Consultation ou all matters Of life, call at oncp. No. S0» Southeast •orner of North and eight Sts. Third house Jr«m corner. McConnelU McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. An oyster supper will be given at the Bruner school house, in Washington township, tonight, for the benefit of the Washington township cornet band. CITY ISLRWS Home-made bread—Rotbermel. Neat line of holiday goods—Porter. Qnigley hss confectioners' 4x sugar. Otto Kraut, son of Will Kraut, continues ill. The Hazen B. Goodrich slippers at the New Otto. See our statuary, the finest in the city, at Hauk : s. Triplicate mirrors in fine silver plate 15 —-Taylor. A. W. Winklebleck is down from Chicago on business. John Thompson, of Denver, Ind., was in the city yesterday. Miss Amelia Strecker is suffering from rheumatism In her left arm. Just received, 200 fine set rings for ladles, pearls, opals, emeralds, etc.— Ben Martin. Boast turkey and cranberry sauce ifor lunch tonight at Frank Downey's sample room. Glen Johnson, of Peru, has taken a position at Harris & Jones' barber shop, oe Market street. Our line of berry apoons in silver plate, largest in the city, all new patterns!.—Taylor, jewler. Lire-size crayon portraits, made up for Chriiitmas, at Anderson's ground floor studio, 606 Broadway. Mrs. John Irwin, of North street, entertained the members of the Chrysanthemum club last evening. An elaborate luncheon was served. The services of the Western Union telegraph company with Chicago Is, considerably Impaired today. The wires were broken yesterday during the hall and snow storms. Logansport Typographical union No. 166 will meet in regular session tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock In Trades assembly hall. Business of Importance to every member. Prof. John Tirney and William Hennessy, pugilists, will give a repetition of the Corbett-Fltzsimmons fight at the rink on next Thursday night, showing the blows delivered, etc. Why not adopt two of our kids? They are legally yours for $1.00 11.50 and $2 00 a pair. We have Foster and Dent kid gloves both justly celebrated, you make the choice, we warrant the quality.—Dewenter the Hatter and Furnisher. The Cuss County Horticultural society met today at the court house and the time of the meeting was devoted to a discussion of President Ouster's report of the meeting of the state horticultural society, relative to shade trees. The state society recommends the planting of the following trees: First, hard maple: second, white elm; third, Norway maple; forth, white ash; fifth, American linn; sixth, soft maple; seventh, catelpa, and eighth, Carolina poplar. CUBS. Smith Returns. Charles Smith, an unfortunate individual, who had become a source of great annoyance to people about the city, and whom the authorities thought had been securely lodged at the county house for the winter, reappeared on the streets again last night and was locked up. Besides being afflicted with St. Vitus dance, Smith's mind Is affected. Today a court of inquiry composed of Esauires Walters and Laing and Dr. J. H. Snultz declared him insane, and be will be committed to Longcllff hospital just as soon as the proper papers can be made out. POSTMASTER HANAWALT Ig Preparing for the Holiday Rush at the Pdtftoffice, Which WtlUlTobably Begin Monday— Directions to Patrons. Postmaster Ha'nawalt is preparing for the holiday ra!ib, which is espect- ed to begin Monday. Not, one person in one hundred Is ramiliar with postal rules and regulations. This being the case the clerks at the post- office are given extra work. Packages should be securely wrapped and legibly addressed. All valuable articles and articles of a fragile nature should be registered, for which a fee of 8 cents Is charged. To insure a package or letter's safe return in case It cannot be delivered to the addressee, the sender should write his or her name and address on the letter or package. Personal correspondecce in or on a package should t>3 avoided, as It would subject the package to letter postage. Packages must also be wrapped in such a manner as to allow an inspection ot the contents without' damage to the package, otherwise ID will be rated up letter postage. Such inscriptions as "A Merry Christmas," "Happy New Year," and "Compliments of the Season," are admissible and will not subject the package to first-class postage. No package must weigh more than four pounds, and must be fully prepaid or it will not start to its destination. The rates of postage for first-class matter, which includes letters, packages, containing writing and sealed matter, is 2 cents per ounce or a fraction thereof; fur primed matter, such as books and music, l cent per two ounces, and merchandise unsealed, 1 cent per ounce. A MILKLESS COCOANDT. The Trenton Sand In the Walton Contains Water Instead of Oil, Well The Well Drilled in yesterday Afternoon in the Presence of Many Visitors. The Walton well drilled lu yesterday by the Bunker Hill company is a failure. Trenton rock was reached at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and the 'first screw into the sand showed slight signs of oil. When the Trenton rock had been penetrated to a depth of twelve feet salt water of the beautiful blue lick variety rose swiftly toward the earth surface and drowned every hope of oil. Trenton rock was struck at a depth of j.012 feet, Tne shale formation was found at, a depth of 581 feet and 77 feet of earth's was penetrated before reaching limestone. The well was drilled In to a depth of 1030 feel wheci the rush at water prevented further exploration. The result is a great disappointment. Many oil men from different oil regions had representatives on the ground when the well was drilled in. The Bunker Hill company will drill two more wells. The well of the Chicago company on the Bumgarner lot is down 600 feet and will be drilled in early next week. ,.-• XMAS HOLIDAY SUPPERS! -PRESENTS- Best Patterns! Best Fabrics! Very Best Styles! We never bad such a display before and that's saying enough fos the shoe trade, we are headquartears on slippers. Yon will rob yourself if you purchase elsewhere. We bank our reputation on our good goods at reasonable prices. Call and see us before you buy. VVinter ' Tailor an< * Draper, Shoe Store, 510 Broadway, BETWEEN ONE THING tad ANOTHER we manage to turn oat tbe beet ttt- ting,exqulsitely finished and) distingue suits of clothing to be seen In Logansport, We take palna to select 'the latest and handsomest fabrics for your selection. Just now we are making nobby suits in soft finished worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, csssimeres, and English meJ- ton, beaver and kersey overcoat*, lined with silk, at prices that can't be matched. Garl W. Keller. 311 MarketSt and Sure. You are safe in buying your Shoes at WILLEY'S SHOE STORE, as the quality is the BEST and you are sure of getting the LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICE. Third and Market Sts. SERVICES AT THE CHUKCBE8. The Markets. Wheat closed in Chicago today at 99 cents; corn 26J and oats 21|. Topics to be Discussed in the Pulpits Tomorrow. Northside TJ. B. Church.—Preaching at 2:30 p. m. Bev. G. W. Lambert v pastor. Services at the Unlversallst church tomorrow at 10:45 a. m. Subject: "Our Opportunities." The Southslde Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. Tbe Eastend Sunday school will be held every Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. AH are invited. Cumberland Presbyterian church, J. W. McDonald, pastor—Services at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p, m. Morning subject: "Unbelief." Evening subject, "Why Did Ocrlst Come?" Market Street M. E. church, Eev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. Morning services will be conducted by the presiding elder, Rev. M. S. Marble. English Lutheran church, B. E. Shaaer, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Moraing subject, "The Grace of Giving." Evening subject, "The Inspiration and End of Christian Diligence." First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Unlversallst church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Fellowship in Light and Holiday Presents. Pocket Knives, Sleds. Game and Meat Carvers, Children's Knife and Fork Sets, Skates, Nut Picks, MATTIEL. JOHNSON. Hardware Store, 408 Broadway. Love." An invitation extended to everybody. Broadway M. E. church, Eev. E. L. Semana, pastor—Preaching and the sacrament of the Lord's supper at 11 a. m. Evening service at 7 p. m. Preaching by Rev. M, S. Marble. Wheatland Strett M. E. church, J, K. Walts, pastor—Quarterly meeting services will be conducted by the pastor. Morning 1 service at 10:45 a. m. Evening service at 7 p. m. Subject, llTr alue of the Kingdom." Trinity Episcopal church.—Rev. F. 0. Coolbaugh pastor. Morning service, with communion and sermon on '-Rejoice in the Lord," at 11 o'clock. Evening service, with sermon on John the Baptist, 7 o'clock. The Seventh Day Adventist church, 510 Sycamore street, O. S. Hadlej, pastor—Preaching Sunday night: "I looked on my right hand and beheld,! but there was no man that would! know me; refuge failed me; no man cared for my soul," Baptist Church, Rev. Huckleberry, pastor—Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m. and evening service at 7 p. m. Morning subject, '-The Home and the Church." Evening subject, "Coming to Christ " Soutbside mission at 2:30 p. m. Chorus choir morning and evening. DR. NORRES' LECTORE. Told of the Things Seen on a Journey From New York to Naples. Some three years ago Rev. H. J. Norrls while serving as pastor of the Broadway M. E. church, of this city, made a trip to Europe and in a well arranged lecture recalls the scenes of his visit and draws many vivid comparisons 'of the conditions in different countries. He delivered his lecture last night to an appreciative audience at the Broadway M. E. church. His Introductry consisted of an account of the voyage from New York to Glascow, Scotland. This was followed by a description Sleighs. Get a slefgh for Christmas. Ful' stock at Henry Tucker's. Establitned 1897. Incorporated 18M Tbe roUowioK rereone are employed by Hall's Business College: TEACHING FORCE. C. F. Moore, superintendent. B F. Hare, Actual Business and Muhemt- tics, Warren Hall, Theoretical Bookkeeping- a»d Commercial Law. Andrew Frederick, Penmanship. Clarence MoLautfhlin, Shorthand and Type- writtlnjr. O. P. Glbiion, Instructor Peru Branch 1 BU6IXKSS KANAGEHEKT. C. F. Moore, General Manager. F. Stossrneister, Business manager. B. M. Offborn, Collector. Jessie Hen-lnjr, Stenographer. Seven of our StiMents have taken positions recently. If you want to aeiure a petition attend Hall's Business College Cor. Broadway, and 6th. Sts., Logansport, Ind. Address of the beauties of the west coast of old Ireland and the Scottish highlands. He dwelt at some tenth apon what he saw along the river Doon in the vicinity ot the birthplace of Bobble Burns. Bespoke of what he saw at Edinburgh, at London and at Paris and of his visit to the birthplace of Shakespeare, and his recountal of the incidents of the visit to these places was full of interest. He spoke of his trip across Lake Geneva, after leavln g Paris, and of his ascent of the leaning tour of Pisa and of the feelings he experienced while kceellng on Its top to view the scenes below. He devoted the close of his lecture to a description o' Rome and his visit to the crater of lit Vesuvius. He- wove many historical facts into his description of Rome and spoke eloquently o! ruins which yet stand as monuments to the glory of a great people. The lecture was attentively listened to throughout and the audience was well pleased. As a prelude to the lecture, the Treble Clef quartette entertained the audience with some delightful music an d Miss Florence Alexander rendered a pleasing piano solo. 1 Dr. Norris returned to New Oastla this morning. Dr. Warren Elynn is up from Indianapolis. He will return tomorrow, - - LATE ARRIVALS = - See Them in the Windows of H. Wiler & Company's, 100 Children's Carpet Sweepers, 25,40 and 5O cents,50O Axminster Rugs,Regular $4.00 Values at $2.85 200 of the Choicest Pictures 25c up to $10. New Tabourettes. New Pedestals. Latest Novelties in Mirrors, Easels and Screens. Corner Fourth and Broadway. .! Open Every. .Night Until 1O o'clock.

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