Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 3, 1898 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, January 3, 1898
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f" ": Figures Changed, The 1-4 Off Sale AT THE HUB Starts Today,-and will continue until 25 THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK is Reduced to its normal size. Remember % off on everything in house. Nothing Reserved. THEHUB AXDSEAEM5. Al»DITi(mL 1TEHS. "A Span of Life"— "The CbampaJirne," Isle of our the Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDHRTAKRR8 Call* Bromjrtly attended MI Day or Night. '. (IS Broad wiij. 1T1LBPHOKB - Offloe, SI. Kroe««>r, 18 firkin.**. SETH M-VELSEY Loans Money at C per cent. Makes Abatraotf. and Writes I'lre. Tornado and Plat* Gliiss Iniiuvanoe. WoUl J. Barnett, Sulc " Mor *° c ' Undertaker, Embalmer f and Funeral Director. i«7 Market «reet. Calls attended day or n£tiU rcfce fluent outfit, in the U.S. Col- 0. I». wou, Srill remain with roe. phones Office 16. 65; 0. TT.- - Eesldenoe-Mutual' t when You Neod an % BSTRACT or a LOAN i —GO TOP H. Wipperman, Wirourth Street Opp. Coun: House Entrance. ! GEORGE W. EODEFER. {eal Estate, Loams. o idot Market street brtdjre. >R. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. iver City National Banfc Comer ot Fourth «nd. Broadwa-n fWepfcoie No Od:oe 383, residence S43 G. H. GRACE, D. D. S. Market Street. Hew Aluminilte Rubber Plates. JANLEY&^NAHAN. Buy and Skill Second Hand Goods. T« ^ 8th str<>ot D. E. DELZELL, • Dentist, • 416 MARKET STREET talrs oTer Bruggonaan's Mllllneiry Store. Private Monej to loan No H)€3laLy- C- 0. HEFFLEY, Insurance arid Loans. SOS Fourth (Street. William Calder's American company, presenting Suton "Vane's remarkably successful English play, "The Span of Life, will be seen here Tuesday night at the opera house. This interesting and intensely realistic drama ' has recently concluded succeeisfal engagements in NP.W Ycjrk and Boston, and will be given here by the original company and with the marvelous mechanical effects and scenic surprises that a re among Its distinguishing features. Tne bu- man bridge easily leads in the list of I realistic stage contrivances and is ab' solutely unique and inimitable. "THE ISLE OF CHAJtPAGNE. " "The Isle of Champagne," which was submerged some time ago, not in champagne, but in legal difficulties about the royalty, has reappeared in more than its pristine glory, Richard Golden and Katherine Germaine, the co-Stars, have been unanimously successful and the supporting company of sixty is entirely adequate. Mr. Golden's laugh is infectiously jolly and his talents as a comedian have t gained him a large clieutelle . Mies I Germaine is well known as a sweet singer and charming actress. From the stars to the smallest detail of stage environment everything is said to be new and beautiful. The company is not only large, but unusually good and the opera should have a run of several years to the amusement of the public and the enrichment of its producers. The New York success was moat pronounced and press and public declared in the most perfect aad amas- ing production on a Broadway stsige for several seasons, "The Isle cf Champagne" will be seen at the opera house Wednesday night. DEMOCR1T1C MASS CONVENTION. OIXY NRWS. Cbas, Karl, of Lafayette, in visiting in the city. Thos. Brown has returned from a visit at Delphi. Miss Carrie Ludwig has returned from a visit at Frankfort. The week of prayer exercises oegia tonight at the Christian church. Mrs. Harry S. Thompson is entertaining her mother from Kokomo. John Gourley arrived in the city Saturday on a short visit with relatives. Mrs. Dr. Ballard has returned from a visit with her parents at Delphi. The number of rabbits killed in this county this winter is much larger than usual. Wm. Winters, of Rochester, la in the sity for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. John Collins and son Earl, of Eleventh street, arei at Lagro visiting relatives, Miss Alma Lessley, of Camden, is in the city visiting laer sister, Mrs. A. N. Dlckerson. D. A. Hauk, the jeweler, and family have returned from a Tisit with relatives and Wends at Peru. The next ball by the Eastend Pleasure cluti will be given at Dolan & McHale's hall on next Friday night. Natural and artificial gas bills for January are due and. should be paid on or before the 10th of the mouth, at the company's office on Pearl at. Attorney F. M. Klstler has returned from a business trip to Boston, there he bacl been engaged in taking depositions in a case in court here. He also took depositions at !inciimati. Mr. A. S. Zlnn, o:f the engineering ibe Held at North Court Room 4n City of Lo(?ansport, on January 8th. Th3 Democratic voters of Cass county are hereby notified to meet at the north court room in the city of Logansport, on Saturday, January 8th, 1898. at J o,clockp. m.,ln mass convention to choose delegates to the Ele"eE!th district convention, to be held at Peru, on January llth. Under the ratio of apportiocraemt Cass county ii entitled to a representation ot 24 delegates in the Peru convention, BENJ. F. LOUTHAIN, Chairman Dem. Cen. Com., M. A. LITTLE, Secretary. THE 8CCCESSFCL GUESSER. Charles E. Hale Captures the Fountain Fen. The guessing coatest, In whicli a Waterman ideal pen was offered by Loogwell & Cummlogs to line person guessing nearest its correct weight, was decided Saturday in favor of Charles E. Hale.' The pieo was taken to Jay Taylor's jewelry store and weighed. A committee, composed of Jay Taylor, Harry Rogers and Ed Metzger, examined 1;be guesses and weighed the pen. The weight of the pen was 207 grains, s,nd flale's guess, the nearest, was 156 grains. The next nearest was Dr. Cady's. Haiegot the $4 pen. Annual Has Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due and -payable at the company's office. Natural gas consumers desiring to avail themselves of the annual late, commencing December 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. LOGANSPOBT & WABASH VAU BY GAS UOKPANT. ^. „ -.„-, n D Rer. Frank H. Hayes, secretary department of the Yandalia, spent, for Indiana of the Synodical Mis- Sunday with bis parents ia Noble ; sionary society of the Presbyterian township. He is now at work pre-j church, has received a pastoral call paring a profile of the Vandalia trade:. to the First Presqyterlan church of from Torre Haute to St. Joseph to' Springfield, O. Rev. Hayes has often file with the records, of the county, j preached in this city. Buy your shoes at Walden's bankrupt shoe sale. Mr. and Mrs. A. Powell are the gnests of relatives in Stark county. J. E. Lay ton was at Rochester Saturday, a guest of Miss Lyda J. Meredith .' Kokomo Tribune: "Mrs. W. R Huffman is visiting friends at Logansport." Henry Schwelr of the Or>to Shoe & Clothing company spent Sunday in Kokomo. Kentland Democrat: Misses Dslla and Lillian Cathbert are visiting in Logansport. Officer Wright is patrolling Officer Bnrch's beat on account ot the latter's illness.. Mrs. QuineyA Myers and daughter have returned from a brief visit at Indianapolis. Rev. H. H. Thompson, of Indianapolis, preached' at the A. M. E. charch yesterday. Mark Downley and" Geo. B. Davis, of Burnettsville. spent Sunday *ith Logansport friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jenktnes are entertaining Mrs. Thomas Anderson anci son, of Allegheny City. Misses Carrie and Dora Moore have returned from Kokomo, where they visited Miss Olive Moreland, Miss Cook, a teacher in the high school, has returned from a visit with her parents at Greencastle. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Duckworth of 409 North street, celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary last Saturday. Misses Murrell and Stella Guinup entertained a party of friends very pleasantly at their home, 627 west Market street, Friday evening. There will be an installation tonight of the newly elected officers of St John Comraandery, Knights Templar, followed by a banquet. y. B. Stanley, grand chief templar of Indiana, went to Ligonier today. He will begin a iten days' temperance revival this evening in thalt city. The Odd Fellows of Galveston gave their annual New Year dinner on Saturday last. There was a big crowd, a pleasant; time and a splendid dinner. Motor car No. 1 broke an axle at the Michael's swilich, on west Marked street, at 9 o'clock last night, and cars could not be run around the loop until nearly noon today. Peru Chronicle, Saturday: Mrs. Charles Leebrlck entertained a few friends at watch party last night in honor of Misses Bessie Hauk and Nellie Burnett, of Logansport. Harry Smith, of Grand Rapids, Mich., agent for the N. W. Fairbank Cu , will make his headquartera ID this city hereafter. He was the guest of friends here New Year's day. The funeral of the late Wm. Long, of No^le township, was held at 1 o'clock ohis afternoon from the family residence, Rev. Dr. Putnam officiating. Interment was made In Mt, Hope cemetery. The remains of the late Rudolph Frenzel, who died at Fort Wayne lasl; Friday afternoon, was brought he«i for burial this morning on the Wa» bash at 11:33 a. in. Interment was made la Mount Hope cemetery. The name of Mrs. W. W. Haney who donated H.OO to the Home for the Friendless in the month of December, i897, also, belongs to the list of donors. It 1? not our design to omit any namen of donors, but through an oversight they sometimes, are not where they belong. The present member of tea Democratic stat^centralcommttte for this district, Mr. C. E. Cook, of Huntington, will be a candidate for reelection, but there will be other aspirants. The Democracy and fre« silver forces of Howard county are supporting T. C. McReynolds, of Ko» komo, for the place. Ocir home merchants report that their books contain a very large number cf accounts due them from customers who have 'been accommodated wish credit. This money is now badly needed by the merchants with which to pay for goods. As many of the accounts are small, it would seem they couM easily be paid. The first Nervous Weak Tired. Thousands are in this condition. They are despondent and gloomy, cannot Bleep, have no appetite, no energy, no ambition. Hood's Sarsaparilla soon brings help to such people. Ir, gives them pure, rich blood, cures nervousness, creates an appetite, tones and strengthens the stomach and imparts ne\v life and increased vigor to all the organs of the body. Hood's Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. SSL Sarsaparilla Hood's Pills cure all Liv-er Ills. £5 cents. TRK New Farniturs Store COR. MARKBV, 5th AHD HRIH. of tbs year Is a good time to st'raightco up all accounts. Dr. Holloway has returned from a visit with his parents at Colfax. The Ice harvest is nearly finished In this city. Tfae quality Is of the finest. Mrg. Hugh Smith, wife of the Sycamore street druggist, is visiting at Peru. Miss Grace Baker returned to Frinkfort today, after a visit here with relatives. Mrs. George Dellc has returned from a visit with the family cf A. Packer, at Rochester. The trial of John Mclntosh, for the ciurder of Frank .fottmeyer, will be called on the 10th. # Rochester Sentinel: Mist) Pearl ShaciiB, of Logansport, is visiting with her brother, Boy Shanks, the window decorator of the North End Baker. iF. L, Walker, district agent for thu Metropolitan insurance company, banqueted the agents la his territory Saturday at Strecker's restaurant on Broadway. "Kidnapped," a fairly good play, wns slaughtered at the opera house Saturday night by as rank a gang of alleged performers as ever disgraced the theatrical orofession. Fortunately the audience was small. The Huntington council in enforcing Its snow ordinance. Sidewalks must be cleaned off within twenty- four hours after its fall or the street commissioner will do the work and charge it to the property. Astronomers say that there are about 17.000 comets zipping around In the solar system, They are net visible to the naked eye except in case of a concusslve posterior conjunction with an lev sidewalk, at which time they may be easily discerned together wlto a whole firmament of twinkling stars. You can't expect that your home will be comfortable and pleasant unless you make it so. There is no use in these days to be without furniture that is comfortable and serviceable. You can all furniture at a low price at The New Stoi Why not have it? Come and see us. NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without palo or after effects, such aa sore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely iafe-<aod p&lnles. THE LOUDEST 'The most natural-looking artificial I Teeth on new method PLATES, j guaranteed to fit. I The finest and beet method of CROWN ami ! BRIDuE Work. , &T~ No charjre for extracting without pata when new teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, 3111-2 Fourth 8t. Qver PlBher'i Druf Btor In the Abuse of the Editor times Owe Their StandKisi: Society to His For-* 1 bearsnce. Some- In of 7 'of An editor, after taking stock himself, envolved the following: "Editors are the first to hear gossip or scandal, indiscretions of men or women, clandestine meetings, nigat buggy rides, young girls gone astray, flirtations of married men, and in fact all the neighborhood scandal. Editors generally kao w all the naughty doings in the community, no matter how secret. If only half they hear was published divorce suits would follow in some cases and ostracism in others; shot g;uns and gore, imprisonment and lynching, desolate homes, shame, humiliation and misery. The editor learns much of the shame and hypocrisy of life, and it Is a wonder he believes in anything on earth, in heaven or the hereafter. People who abuse the editor the loudest sometimes owe their standing in society to his forbearance." A Week of Prayer Has been arranged by the Ministerial association to bold union ser rices all this week at the different zburcbM of the city. It is also understood that the different churches may par- tlcipate at the clcstng of the week to join in unison with the members of the first Presbyterian church. The Dp-tod»tt>. meetings are expected to be largely attended . Into the .Bluck on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker wbere you are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coatings that cannot b« beat. W n .11. Merchant T .i| or . Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell'« Offlesv. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Offloe and] Buitnett the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. Smoke the Columbia cigar PnofrmL 0»n Kcg-lIT), Commercial. Stenographic, F«m Experienced Teachers Modern Jfotteaa, Xkw ougb Work. Competent Bookkeeper* B*4 Stenographers famished to ButnOM FlraM. LoKKMpert CoBHcrcUl Hlfffc 8ehMl. Orer321-323-3S>Fourth.Street*.jr. W, Back,. M. W. Murphy. Associate Frtaotpkii. Ott Phone 18*. BANKROPT SHOE SALE. F e have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you Nearly One Half your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for Ihristmas—Notiiing. Ladies' shoes 8gc Misses shoes 6gc Child's shoes Ladies' shoes 99c Misses shoes 89c Child's shoes 490: Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 9pc Child's shoes 590 '' Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $1.19. . Child's shoes 890. Ladies' Fine Shoes $2*48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98d S3.OO Ladies's Shoes $L8Q. ^ I This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price'of Cheap W \ i

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