Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 28, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 28, 1897
Page 19
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At EVERY PATIENT Longcliff Hospital Receded • Christina* Present, AMUSEMEST8. The Girl From Paris" «t Dolan's Tonight— "What Happened to Jones" Thursday Christmas is past, but it is still "Snowing" bargains at "THE HUB," The Up-to- date Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. Keep Your Eye on this Space THEHUB Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. -Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwrr ••mtral IWejlione No Office 383, residence 343 Kroeger & Strain. UNDELRTAKHR8 THLHPHONB - Offloe, 88. Kroeger, 18 I train. M. SETH M.VELSEY Private Money to Loan No Delay- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 2OS Fourth Street. Loans Money at 6 per cent. Trlakea Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Opiate Qlass Insurance. W.J. Barnett, Suoc68BOr <° c Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. <D Martetstreet Calls attended day or nUrnt. The finest outfit In the U. b. Col. o. ii. w°«. will remain with me. m.~« n <. Offloe 18. Resldonoe-Mutual 1 Phones esio.tr.ira. • When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO— F H. Wipperman, I06:Fourtk Street Opp. Court House Entrance. GEORGE W. RODEFER. «e.r Estate,ToTns.-^^ to toan ••dot Market street orlds-o JJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Bar and Sell Second Hand Goods. ul a oaU. s09 6to street FURNITURR New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W.F, Old Stand D. E. DELZELL, Dentist,, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs o?er Bruggeman's Millinery Store. OITY NRWS. Buy your shoes at Walden'a bankrupt shoe sale. F. M. Klstler left last night for Boston, on legal business. 50 per cent off on reefers; a fact, not a figure. See New ODIO window. Boy's also greatly reduced. 15 cents will buy a drink of Golden Wedding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. Trustees Johnston, Carson, Storer, Cover and Flynn are attending a meeting of trustees at Indianapolis. Miss Jessie Herring departed yesterday for New York city to visit friends for the remainder of the winter. Miss Minnie Hagar, who was the guest of Miss Nettle Himmelberger, returned yesterday to her home in Lafayette. Fornofl'8 orchestra will furnish music for a reception to be given at Marlon tomorrow night by Mrs. Leo Nusbaum. Mrs. Will Castle and children, of Terre Haute, are in the city visiting her father, M. Martin, of east Market street. Mrs. Will Moredock, formerly of this city, now of Kokomo, fell Friday and sustained a painful injury to her left hip. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Meginnis, of Terre Haute, spent Christmas with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clewell, on east Broadway. Profs. D. C. Arthur, Jonn Ashby and Albert Martin, of the city schools, are at Indianapolis attending the meeting of tho State Teachers' association. Kev. Thornton, late castor of the African M. E. church, and wife will leave Thursday for Mississippi, where Rev. Thornton will be given charge of a larger congregation. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Brickley, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nefl, of Anderson, and Sarah Force, of Galesburg.Mich., who were .visiting Mrs. C. E. Johnson of east High street, returned home yesterday. And the Entertainment Wag Higblj Enjoyed bj All. \ According to annual custom, about the middle of December, cards of reminder were mailed to all friends of . patients and many deemed to be j friends of the institution at large, j Prompt and full response was made from many quarters: individual Christmas boxes, big and little, came in detachments, by express, mail and j special delivery, More than threel hundred generous, general donations were received of candies, fruits, cakes, cigars, bric-a-brac, etc , from many kiad friends and aoout iloO in money. With this sum were purchased many of the essential elements of a standard celebration of the greatest of all Anglo-Saxon festivals, so that those who had friends and those who had none as well, all and each could be duly gratified with gifts and goodies. On Cnristmas eve an appropriate cantata, with * ballet, was presented before all inmates, who could possibly appear, by the Longcliff choir and orchestra, in the assembly hall, which was beauti-I fully decorated with evergreens, holly, etc." Satnt Nick was an important element in the musical play, bat was not in his glory until the palace of King Winter melted into thin air all glittering )n tinsel and colored electric lights in the wintry wood and showed a gorgeous Christmas tree scene beyond. Then there appeared in wonderful quickness and quantity boi after boi of his joy producers, at the wave of his magical hand, and before long everyone there had his something tangible by which to remember the day; and then all slipped quietly back to their wards, having evidently enjoyed the results of the effort made for their amusement and betterment. Several distinguished guests from Logansport and elsewhere joined In the general enjoyment. Among others was the well known Yellov Kid, who kindly assisted Santa Glaus. The Christmas dinner next day will be remembered. The turkeys welched over fourteen pounds, the celery was as white as snow and as big as a corn stalk, and the mince pie was an inch thick. The following merchants and business men deserve special mention for their generous donations: Logausport & Wabash Valley Gas Co., Logansport. Kroeger & Strain, Logansport. Dimel Killian & Co., Logansport. Geiger Bros., Logansport, W. H. Maxwell, Logansport. J. T. Elliott Co., Logansport. L. Dieckmann, Logansport. J. H, Foley, Logansport. John Flaoagin, Logansport. Seyboid Bros., Logansport. Wiler & Wise, Logansport. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks, Logansport. j. B. Winters, Logansport. Clem Schloss, Logansport. Ben Fisher, Logansport. Parker & Johnson, Logansport. E. T. Parker, Logansport. Peter Wallrath, Logansport. Geo. A, Schaefer, Logansport. Alex Taggart, Logansport. Wm. Heppe & Sons, Logansport. Daniel Stewart Co., Indianapolis. Standard Oil Co., Indianapolis. H. J. Heinz, Co., Indianapolis. Parke county Coal Co., Rosedaie, Ind, 0. Heyden, Rosedaie, Ind. W. H. Thomas & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Swift & Co., Chicago, Ills. Friedman Mfg. Co., Chicago, Ills. There are many others whose kind contributions warrant special thanks. but whose modesty bars mention. Miss Mamie Gilroy, who won great fame ID many of Hoyt's farces, will appear in the title role of "The Girl From Paris" at tne opera house tonight. William Blaisdell will impersonate Augustus Pompier, the amusing and volatile French spy; Mr, Edgar Halstead will assume the responsibilities of the shining light, •Ebenfzer Honeycomb; Mr. James Sullivan portrays the Spa hotel proprietor Hans, it is to laugh, and Mr. J. C. Marlowe, as Major Fossdyke, of the Battersea Butterfly Shooters; Mr. Philip Tomes has left "Tue Bostonians" to join the company and will act the part of Tom Evsrlelgh, the barrister; Miss Carrie Behr, who played the title role in "Excelsior Jr.," will appear as Ruth, the famous slavey, and render Sister Mary Jane's Top Note, while Clara Lavtne, the noted singer, Is to play Norab, the daughter of the Honeycombs. Miss Lavine, by the way, is the young lady who replaced Delia Fox so successfully when Miss Fox was indisposed during her New York engagement. Miss Grace Belasco is also a member of the company, which, through its entirety, is of the same standard, as verified by the names already given. WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES. The attraction at the opera house Thursday evening. Dec. 30, Is George Broadhurst's latest comedy success, "What Happened to Jones," which held the boards of the Bijou theater, New York, during the last three months. 113,460 people laughed at "Jones" during the metropolitan engagement, and were it not for prior contracts made by the house management, "Jones" would not have had to leave New York at all. As its title would indicate, the play deals with a series of amusing situations and complications which a splendid cast will Interpret, among them several well known favorites: George C, Boniface, jr., George Ober, William Bernard, Reuoen Fax, J. W. Hope, Cecil Kingston, Harry Rose. Anna Belmont, Kathryn Osterman, Mattie Ferguson, Florence Robinson, Mrs. E. A, Eberle and Rose Stuart, Hood's Should be in every family medicine chest and every traveller's grip. They are invali^ilile when the stomach is out of order: cure headache, biliousness. an<t «.U liver troubles. Mild *u<l efficient. 23 cent*. Pills RILLED A DEER WASHINGTON TOWSShlP. What the Farmers and People Generally are Doing. Will Sharp has been nursing a sore hand. The schools have closed far the holidays. Hunters were seen very thick on Ihristmus day. "~^ Dan Gillesple is out buying hogs. Farmers have their work done and are laying off for the winter. Many of the boys are going to Walton Friday night to attend a grand ball. Ed Miller is building a bam on his new farm, where he expects to nnve in a month. Wendell Miller Is the guest of his son, Dr. G. D. Miller, and relatives at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. JeSerson Guy are spending a few days visiting relatives at Denver. Farmers in the south part of the township are glad to see oil at Walion. They are only one mile from the well. SUNRISE . - THE Hew Furniture Store, COR. M ARKE i\ 5th AND KRIB. We Had A Big Week's Business Week. JURORS DRAWS Yesterday Afternoon for the January Term of the Circuit Court. The following petit jurors were drawn yesterday to serve during the January term of the Circuit court: John C. Howard, Jackson township. Frank Justice, Clinton. Henry Shilling, Clay. David D. Lenon, Deer Creek. B. B. Leeh, Clinton. John H. Quinn, Eel. -iCZID Edward 0. Mead, Harrison. Ira Cotner, Noole. James McElbaoey, Eel. Wm. Wiiaegardner, Eel. John Sauers, Eel. B. F. Barnett, Eel. Richard Ludders, Eel. D. W. Tomlinson, Eel. H. C. Llnville, Eel. Joan Carson, Bethlehem. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Offloe and] BuilneM VivM** trom the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. Dp-todate. Thorough. Pnujtioftl. Oouriei— Rngllsh, Commercial, Stenographic, Pen Art, Experienced Teachers Modern Methods, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeepers «n< Stenographers furnished to Ruainegi Firm*. Lflgungport Commercial High School. Over 321-323-3^5 Fourth. Street*, J. W. Ho*k, M. W. Murphy, Associate Principals. OK Phone 184. * * * Pottowattomie Club. Smoker tonight at 8:15 p. m, Subject, "The Present Commercial Condition of Logansport." Come and bring a friend. Smoke the Columbia cigar In the tfild Woods of Harrison Township, This County. For the first time in many years, a deer was shot and killed In the wildest portion nf Cass county, last Friday. Warren Gates was the successful hunter and he shot the animal while it was running at full speed in tbe 1,000 acres of woods in Harrison township, known as the "French sections." The animal was one of seven that Mr, G-ates had raised on his farm. It jumped a nine-foot fence that surrounded the herd, and when Mr. Gates discovered that it had escaped, he realized that unless he took quick action, someone else would quickly bring it down with a guo. So he gave chase and after following it four miles succeeded In killing it. The animal was fat and youcg and weighed 140 pounds dressed. It will be disposed of by John Maurice on New Year's day, next Saturday. Mr.Gates raised the herd from a pair of young deer that was sent to him a few years ago from Michigan, BnginefiS Change. D.V. Crowe, one of the best known and most popular engineers In the service of the Vaodalia company, has purchased the Cornelius Fisher grocery store at the corner of Sycamore and Front streets, Westside, and will retire from tbe railroad business. Mr. Crowe has been a citizen of tbe Westside for a number or years, and his general popularits will assist him materially In his new venture. Mr. Fisher will return to his first love. He has a splendid farm in Noble township, and wll! remove to it in the spring. Ag a business maa, Mr. Fisher was always gentlemanly, painstaking and obliging, and his ' patrons will regret to learn of his retirement. An Unfortunate Accident. Miss Anna Stoll, of 1629 North street, met with a serious accident Christmas eve. She was hitching ap the family driving horse, when a blade of straw struck her In the eye causing ssme pain. The accident a 5rst was not considered dangerous but; it is now thought the sight wll be destroyed. Girl wanted, to do general house work. 322 Eel River avenue. McLelland Sheppard is spending his vacation at his home in thl city. Mrs. James Maloney of Melbourn avenue is confined to her home by illness. A. U. Helvle held the key which unlocked Ellas Winter's money box entitling him to $10. John O'Donnell, of 218 Canal street has returned from a brief visit with friends at Kewanna. Wallace H. Williamson, postmas ter at Columbia City and publisher o the Columbia City Mail, was In th city yesterday. You have not waited In Tain fo after-Christmas bargains at the New Otto. Boy's reefers cut In two Men's and boy's overcoats also greatlj reduced. The charity ball for the benefit o the free kindergarten will be held In the Masonic temple Wednesday even ing, Dec. 29. As a large attendance is desired and it being Impossible t call on everyone, all those wishing go and not yet having tickets, Tnaj purchase at the door on above even ing or from any member of the board namely: Mrs. W. T. Wilson, Mrs Q. A. Myers, Mrs. B. C. Stevens Mrs. C. G. Newell, Mrs. H. Cris mood, Mrs. Robert Humphreys, Mrs E. F. Keller, Mrs. Jenklnes. Our trade last week was far beyond our expectations. We did an immense business, and feel proud of it. NOBODY ever went away from our store to buy a piece of furniture that they did not pay more for it than if they had bought it of us. YOU CAN buy goods more reasonable of'TheNew Store" than anywhere else. DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market ntmet in room formerly oooapiH by Legansport Will Paper Co. Gunther's Confectionery. CharlotteRusse, Bavarian Cream, Wine Jellies, Chocolate BclAlri, Patty Shells, E<ig Kisses, Hickory nut Macaroons, Almond Mncaroonti, Walnut Macaroons, Cocoanut Macaroons. Van! la Wafers. Jelly Tartt, Cream Puffs, KrultCake, Gold and Silver B"d, Lemon Marnnjrue Pies. Frank K. Lloyd, Pastry Cook at tbe Burnett; and Miu*o«k hotel" (or tha past five ye»r§. ESr~We have contracted to furnUh fclltb* Pastry and Bread ror tbe above bo tell. Telephone 388 Mutual. REMOVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where you are imvited to call and sec a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coa tings that cannot be beat W n . II. Merchant , Tailor. Pearl St.Nert to Dr. Bell's Office. In caset of burns, spraioi, scald• or any nt the other accidental paint likely to come to the Human body, Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil glT6« almost Instant relief. BANKRUPTjK 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 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 Wd S3.OO Lxadies's Shoes S1.89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap Christmas— Nothing. W ,DEN.

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