Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 8, 1898 · Page 19
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January 8, 1898

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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No Figiures Changed. The 1-4 Off Sale AT THE HUB Starts Today and will continue until our 25 THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK is Reduced to Its normal size. Remember ^ off on everything in the ouse. Nothing Reserved. THE HUB Marry Frank's Old Stand, "plKEMATTLE Concerning the Discovery of Luella Mabbitt Denounced as a Fake bj Those Who Enow ilim. He is Known at Flora as "One-Eyed fiiley" and Is Bel lore* to be "Light Under the Hat." i "The special to the Indianapolis News from this place in regard to the interview with one Daniel Parker, who claims to have seen Luella Mabbitt in Mexico," says the Hoosier Democrat, published at Flora, "is a fake pure and simple, as Daniel, who was known as 'One Eyed Rlley,' has not been in this part or tne country for several years, and even it be saould return and make such a statement, It would not be believed oy the people of. this community, because Daniel was noted for being 'light under the hat.' ' s , "Luella Mabblt is dead. ,/If not why should Amjws Green h-fde him- I self in the - ,wfld9>o^ Te*as? Why olfl/mother and a at Walden's bank- 313 Fourth St, Kroeger & Strain. or Kltf*. TKLBPHONB - OBoe, . M. SETH M.VELSEY Loans IVIoncy at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Ctlass Insurance. W. J. Barnett, Succeiisor to C. L, WoU, Undertaker, Embalmer aad Funeral Director. 417 Market street. Ca-Hs attended day or nlpbt. TheflaoatouttUIn the U. S. Col. C. i*. »"". will remain with me. brought When You Neod an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, JOe.Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance. GEORGE W. BODEFBB. Real Estate, Moneyto «r wr ...-. ----- md of Market stroet bridge DR. F. M., BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Oomor of Fourth and Bro»dw»T E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, ,316 Marfeet Street. New Alnminite Rubber Plates. Buy»ndSeU Second Hand Goods. Cttve -a* » still- $09 6th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Private Money to Loan No Delay- C. 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 20S fourth Street. _===== OITY MB.W3. Agent Duesner, of the Western Union office, issl.ck. The president has appointed Albert C. Bearss postmaster at Peru. Chas. Earl returned to Lafayette today, after a short visit here wibh relatives. Miss Lillle Boiler, of Burnetts- vllle, is in the city visiting relatives and friends. The Chimes quartette will fill an engagement at ^inamac on Friday evening Jinn. 21. Miss Lillle Brown returned to Monticellc today, after a short visit here with friends. J. G. Keller, who has been the gues,t of C, E. McCabe, of East Market ucreet, has returned to Cincinnati. The eclipse of the moon occurred on time last evening. The middle of the ecll pse was reached at 6:57 and a)x7:47 the moon left the shadow. Ohio doings and are not slow in vlnclng their satisfaction over the robable defeat of Mr. Hanna. In j rt The bowling alley r fad~ha"s' become > almost a craze in Kokomo. Two or three rooms have been fitted up and both men and women play. Women's clubs are being organized. Rev. Erie Tharpe, one of the three preachers in Howard county arrested for alleged seining, "was acqaltted Thursday, the seine which he was accused of using falling to fragments! when it was unrolled, showing that it has not been In a condition to use in years. The Richmond Natural Gas company g.lie8 notice that after February 1st >tie price ot^as for all purposes bylneter measurement will be raised /rom 12J/cen|£ to IS cents. The rental OB'misers has also been raised. The dlfectori of the company claim tbat the rapidly diminishing pressure of the ga^ at the wells indicate that the life of the plant is short, and it is therefore necessary to advance the price. After Be w^( cap. back to Logans^lbrt why did he not tell where the/1 rl was? "What secret could have been hidden in his bosom that was worth more than life or liberty? If Luella Mabbitt was living why should he hire the best counsel to de fend him, when a word from Luella Mabbitt would have served a better purpose. The idea that Luella Mabbitt is still living is unreasonable While the motive of the murder may ikely never be explained, there is no doubt in the mind of any reasonable jerson that Amer Green killed Miss babbitt, for some reason known only to himself." Loyal Temperance Legion. The reorganized Loyal Temper ance Legion, met at 2 o'clock thi afternoon at the Volunteer armory on Third street. Mrs. Cbarle Warne is superintendent of the Loya Temperance Legion work of the Westside Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Following are the officers of the Legion: p res .—Miss Clara Mehaffie. Vice Pres.—Mr. Albert Paugh. Sec'y.—Miss Edna Grauel. Treas.—Miss Mary Mehaffie. Supt. Literature—Miss Anna Stoll. Supt. Flower Mission—Miss Ethel Warne. Press Correspondent—Mr. Dannie Mahoney. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. E. T, Klese Is at Marlon. Kum to the Korn Karnival. Laporte has a Judge Blddle. Mrs. J. B. Wilfcin has returned to Lafayeiite. Buy joar shoes rnpt shoe sale. Max Mattes will play the planer at the Korn Karnival. Miss Ora Sala Is at Terre Haute visiting Mlsa Vinette Riddle. Protracted meeting has closed at Adamstioro with eleven accession's. Mrs. Henry Tucker visited yesterday wish Mrs. 0. O. Thieband, at Peru. Miss Blanche Schull, of Monticello, is. in the city for a visit with relatives. Miss Emma Bergmann, of Front treet, Westside, has returned from visit nt Chicago. The German Baptists of Onward ire holding a series of meetings at heir church, Rev. Frantzof Day too, 0. officiating, Kokomo Tribune: Mrs: Will T. ones, of Logansport, is visiting her ister, Mrs. C. W. Grishaw, of West Taylor street. H. L- Hoffman and wife of Mankato, Minn., are guests of the former's brother, I. C. Hoffman and wife, of the Eastecd. B. Z. Lewis, who had been confined to his home for eight weeks on account of an affliction of the right eye, was able to be out yesterday. Fort Wayne Sentinel: Mr. and Mrs. A. Oppenheimer have returned from Logansport, where they were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Wller. /' Commodore'B)-ow3, Q^Burrows was stricken /with/a ^js-cond attack of paralysis recently^ It is learned, however, that he is gradually gaining the use of his limbs. Another enjoyable hop was given last night at Dolan & McHale's hall by the Eastend Pleasure club. There was a large attendance. Steinhart's orchestra furnished the music. A gold watsh and chain will be sold at the box supper at the Round Grove school of Jefferson township this evening. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Y. P. R. 0, Dr. Bradfield, Richard Bradfield and wife, Robert Manders and wife, Daniel Klllian and"\Wyfillam Kelser and daughter itterided the funeral .. .1 . i_j._ Ti... * «— Tr*^»j- rt ¥ H^y-»n t 1 I rta 11 f\ Dyspepsia la weaknisss ol the stomach. It i» the source ol untold misery. It may be cured by toning and strengthening the stomach a nd enriching and purifying the blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla- Many thousand!! have been cured by this medicine and write that now they "can eat anything they wish without distress." Hood's Sarsaparilla Is prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by droggists. Si. sis for S5. Get HOOD'S. THK New Fanritars Store COE. 1CARKSV. 5th AND SMB. Officers Elected. The Maccabees of Oaward have installed officers for the ensuing year as follows: P. C.— J. H. Rice. Commander—S. G. Thomas. Lieutenant Commander—E. H. Shank. B,. K.—Jerome Surface. F, K.—W. H. Snyder. Physician—Dr. E. D. Snyder. jj at A.—J. H. Murnan. Sergeant—Thoa. Leese. First M. GK— J. J. Kline. An Incorrigible Boy- John Carothers, formerly of this city, who spent several years in the orphans' home here, now living at Indianapolis, was before the criminal court in that city, charged with in- corrlglbiltty. He h&s been living; with the family of Dr. Bates, at Broad Ripple, suburb of Indianapolis His case was taken under advisement by Judge McCray. "Snnset Limited." A vestibuled train of composite compartment drawing room sleepln; cars and dining cars. Chicago and St. Louis to California in three days Complete particulars mailed free tc any address by your local agent or James Charltna, G. P. A., C. & A. E. R., Chicago, III., or B. C. Townsen, G- P. A.,St. L. I. M.&S. Ry. St. Louis, Mo 3f the late Peter Frfx, at Montlcello, •esterday. Miss Nettie Taylor, living a short distance north of the city, submitted to a surgical operation Wednesday. Dirs. Hill and Ward removed a ;rowth from 'the posterior pharynx n a successful manner. A pleasant surprise was given Miss SellieO'Mara, Thursday evening, at ler home on Humphrey street, by a jarty of young friends. The affair was occasioned by her birthday anniversary. Dancing and cards were the >hief diversions. Luncheon was served. Tbere seems to be but one serious objection to,Nickam's new light and that is thatirt, would be inconvenient for cour^Wg pjir^oW^ It could only be "turned d/JwoXas the countryman did the incandescent light in a city hotel, by slipping his sock over the bulb and tying a string around it. It is said that Jesse J. Woltz, of Royal Centre, threatens every paper in the county with a libel suit for publishing the charges made against him by his wife in her complaint for divorce. Divorce complaints, are a matter of court record, and as such are public property and legitimate news. The remains of the late Edward F. Bruggaman will be brought to this city at 1 o'clock tomorrow for Interment. The funeral services will be held at the residence of James F. Carney In Chicago tomorrow morn- log at 8:30. The deceased was a member of Seventh regiment I. N. G. Hoosier Dempcr&t, Flora: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holmes spent Sunday with friends at Logansport Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koonsman returned Tuesday from Logansport, where they spent a few days visiting friends Frank Humbert cams do wn from Logansportj|D.d spent a I" Hood's Pills cura all liver ills. 25 cents. few days with his mother, Mrs. Reist, the first of the week. A part o f the Diffenbaugh farm south of the city, has been purchased by Charles Ross of Vermilllon county, 111., who Is now in charge. Mrs. Eli Cowger,' of Menticello, who was confined in Longclifl hospital some years ago, was again brought to that institution Tuesday morning. She was there bus a short time before until discharged completely cured. Lately, however, she has become possessed of a religious mania. Editors Wallrath and Sntton have returned from a hunting expedition at Grass Creek, loaded down with game. As both men are provided with new Winchester guns and made a good record on their first sxpedi- tlon, their many friends may expect material for game dinners every once iu a wh.le. AT T«E OPEKA HOCSE. Edwin Majo and a Splendid Company in ."-Pudd'nhefid Wilson" Tonight. Back in the fifties Frank Mayo and Sam Clemens (it was not Mark Twain then) were boon companions in Virginia City, Nev., both hustling young vagabonds. They drifted apart, one sticking to bis literary inclinations and the other adopting the stage. The former became known to fame as the greatest American humorist, while the latter rose high in the theatrical world as actor and playwright. When both bad grown gray- headed, the former wrote a book about the folks who lived in his own Missouri home "before the war," and the other, dramatized his friend's work, and gave to the stage a play tbat will live in history as one' or our beat American productions. Reference Is made to "Pudd'nbearl 7/ilson," whlcn. will be presented at the opera house tonight by Edwin Mayo and a splendid company. 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 Store. Why not have it? Come andjsee us. NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extractedr-withoat pain or after effects, such an sore month, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe and palnles. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method of CROWN a»d BRIDuE Work. B8f~ No charjre for extracting without pain when DOW tooth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, •1-1 T? vr T T O TI 311 1-2 Fourth 8t. UliJM 1 lO I lover Fiahor's Drug Stor Weak Men— Here is Hope. You are fearfully depressed and! discouraged by weakness, nervous debility, exhausted powers and vigor- less condition. Do you not know that the great specialist, Dr. Greene, 148 State street, Chicago, Ills., is the most successful physician in th« world tn curing this class of diseases!' His medicines are must healing, strengthening, invigorating. He can make you again a vigorous man. You can consult him by mail free. Write him without delay, it costs nothing to get his opinion and advice by letter, aad writing to him will probably lead to your cure, Annual Gas Bates. 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 rate, 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 VAT.J BY GAS COMFANT. A Bank at Colrer. It is asserted that certain prominent men of Logansport are contemplating the establishment of a state bank at Culver City, Marln kackee. The Logansport O Commercial High School, If you wish to secure a position to work f or»~ Experience Only. WOX'T attend the JL,oirun sport Commercial High School If you wish to secure a position tbat wtll p«r you from $1«> taper week. Don't attend the Logausport Commercial High School If you wish to attend a Scbool where you can Save plenty of fun. do as you please, ana hav«- a"HotTlcce"ingonera.l,I>«D t attend the iouansport Commercial High School But, U 1 you wish to attend an I ]« f A f)«te Scbool woere yo •> will receive U V w u * 1 * the best instruction aud the best preparaWo». for the responsibilities of life: waweyou will receive » thorough mental and moral discipline and trainm* that will develop yo"r InteLIOpt, arouse your -ambi Ion and equip you BO tliat you may live worthily, that you may lead a lite of usefulness and that your life may »• crowned with the laurels of Buocesa. tk« esteeoi of your fellow men and the approbation of your own conscience, then, Attend The Logansport Commercial High School. . Over 321, 323 and 335 Fourth Street. Spook Doctors Taken out of your well by John Hlldebrandt, Fourth street. Smoke the Columbia cigar REMOVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where yon. are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coatings that eannot be beat. WJ. Craig, Feirl St.Next to Dr. Bell's Office. BA«PTJHOE 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 thanja nice pair [of ^Shoes for Christmas—Nothing. Ladies' shoes 8gc Misses shoes 6gc Child's shoes 35c Ladies' shoes QQC Misses shoes 8gc Child's shoes 49C Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes ggc Child's shoes 59C Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $i. 19. Child's shoes 890. $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c, S3.OO Ladies's Shoes $1.89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the pricelof Cheap One*.

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