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Evansville Courier and Press from Evansville, Indiana • 8

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S'- THE COURIER EVANSVILLE IND THURSDAY MARCH 11 1897 Por Sale HvorywHero HENRY SWEEISER Real Estate Investments and Mortgage Loans Social and Personal The moet bewitching ecru lawn drees la being made by a Fifth avenue modiste She consented to give away the secret of Its prettlnees althought she would not tell for whom It was being fashioned The things that made this dress so extra attractive were the three novelties that were introduced upon It The waist was plentifully trimmed with tiny old-fashioned rosettes these were made of white lace shirred round and round a small button that was covered with BUSINESS MAN'S IT FENDBICH Baker EVANSVILLE IM -BROKER IN- Mr Hargrave of Newark Is in the city Mr Walter Sarllaof Mt Vernon is In the cMy Mr Ben Neiliaus ofHaubatadt spent yesterday here shopping Mr Ed Theoliold has recovered from his recent Illness Miss TIUle Krowe has recovered from her lllnezB Mr Morly of New York has gone south on a business trip Mr Will Fuhrer and Charley Meir of ML Vernon spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Clark of Cann el-ton are visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Olson In Fourth avenue Mr William A Sluder Is very ill at his home in Cherry street Mrs Darby of Newburg Ind attended the Nlsbet-Rock wedding Dr Downs dentist corner Fifth and Main streets Office No 317 Upper Third Street 1 EVANSVILLE IHD Mr Walker Sonntag Mr Robert Kuhn Mr Boswell Torlan! MrFrank Nlsbet Mr Ferd Ragon Mr Robert Nisbrt Mr Chester Ragon 1 The Bon Ami club was entertained Tuesday evening by the MlssesCors and Carrie Hahn at their home In Upper Sixth street Four tables were occupied for the euchre game the prizes being won by Mixs Cera liabn and Mr Will Doering the ladies' prize being a beautiful purse and the a card case After the gnmo refreshments were served In the dining room the table bearing large bunch of American beauty roses combined with smilax Music and dancing ended another of the club's enJo meetings that of the Mieses being exceptionally so Mr and Mrs! celebrated their marriage anniversary Tuesday evening in a very delightful manner Thnlr home w- decorated with palms ferns and red carnations An elaborate supper was at a late hour Many friends were present and the couple received a number of handsome gifts The Bicycling Wnrid of last month contains a charm little poem Country Miss Rosaline I Stewart of this city Is the author Those Interested in the Indiana university and the cc suing of the glee club to this city are to meet at the A at 7:30 this evening Mrs Sydney Ichenhauser entertained her euchre club yesterday afternoon at her home In Upper First street a Miss Rose Smith entertained a few friends last evening at her home In Chandler avenue In honor of her sister Miss Alice Smith's birthday The Chair of Electrocution Has no more horror for some people than the dentist's chair "The Hale Method for Painless has changed all this however and the mark of public approval has been placed upon It because It has revolutionized the Ailing of teeth Don't feel condemned to suffer as all who will can be free from the pain of this dreaded ordeal Raymond George DENTISTS S09J Upper Second Street 'Phone 541 New Keen Hulldlng TELEPHONES OFFERS SUBJECT i $3900000 City of Terre Haute Bonds Interest 4 per cent 400000 City of Cannelton Bonds Interest 6pereent 100000 Evansville and Terre Haute Bonds Mt Vernon Branch Interest 6 per cent 500000 Evansville Indianapolis Consol- idated of 1926 Guaranteed principal and interest by the Evansville Terre Haute Interest 6 per cent 500000 Evansville Terre Haute Gen- eral Interest 5 per cent 1000000 Evansville Brewing Association Bonds Principal and Interest 6 per cent payable in gold Interest payable twice a year at the Loan and Trust Co New York City The' Interest is promptly paid and bonds being retired rapidly The concern is ably managed and it is a good safe investment Government or any at the market price Foreign exchange issued to Great Britian Ireland Germany France Italy Switzerland Austria Hungary Scandinavia Sweeden Norway Denmark Finnland Belgium Holland Russia and Poland Property rented and rents collected' Insurance placed Pay taxes Keep up repairs Leases made f' WHCLESMiE HiUMRY OPEHiNG IT Owing to the flood which have deranged railroad travel In every direction very few of the many milliners expected are In attendance at the wholesale opening at The firm has decided to continue the opening until next week when it Is hoped the railroads will be In better shape The writer lmd the pleasure of an Inspection of the lovely goods and decorations prepared for the occasion' In addition to hundreds of beautiful trimmed hats and bonnets many of them Paris models the exhlbtlon of flowers feathers laces gauzes ribbons ornaments braids and untrimmed hats Is so magnificent as to be beyond description by one not familiar with the trade Very few of our people have any Idea of the extent and variety of the wholesale millinery business dons by the firm Their large retail trade enables them to handle In quantities much liner goods than are usually kept In wholesale houses throughout the west MEWS BRIEFS The colored Akin- club held a meeting lost night at the Bland avenue church Speeches were made by several of the members Five new members were added to the roll Mr Noah Riggs is suffering from rheumatism Reed lodge No 316 ft A will confer the third degree on several candidates tonight Mr George Bedford while riding a wheel in Sixth street Tuesday night was thrown to the ground and sustained several painful bruises about the head Evansville chapter No 12 Royal Arch Masons held an Interesting meeting last night The Royal Arch degree were conferred upon three candidates Mr Chester Barrett and1 Mr Frank Lory of Petersburg Ind are in the city on their way to Alaska where they will engage In gold mining They are stockholders In one of the richest mines In the Yukon district Mr Barrett la a former merchant of Petersburg Mr Lory was engaged with hie father for several years In a hardware establishment The horses attsdbed to one of Cook's brewery wagons ran away yesterday In Sycamore street At Fifth street the animals plunged Into the cave-ln at that place and overturned the wagon The driver jumped from the wagon and escaped Injury No serious damage was done A bad washout near tbe Inlet of the sewer at Tenth and Canal streets was reported by the police yesterday The washout Is about twenty feet long and is several feet deep Mrs Brennecke residing near the Unity coal mines was thrown from her buggy and seriously Injured yesterday afternoon at Main and First streets Her horse became frightened at an electric car Dr wen attended1 to her Injuries She was removed to her home In an ambulance The session of the First avenue Presbyterian church will give a reception and social to the members of the church next Friday evening Prof Wm McK Blake will have charge of the musical program The funeral of the late Robert Wiley was held yesterday afternoon at the family residence 24 Harriet street The law passed by the last legislature permitting towns to Incorporate fbr municipal purposes will be taken advantage of by the council of Howell at their next regular meeting The Incorporation of the town under the new law will not affect the present school system see Mr Falcomb Baker who Is attending the Columbian business college is seriously UL- The council met last night and appointed Inspectors for the election to be held Monday April 5 The board of directors of the A will have their dinner at the building on Friday night at 6 o'clock and convene In regular session Immediately after Stop drugging yourself with quack nostrums or Get a well-known pharmaceutical remedy that will do the-work Catarrh and cold In the head will not cause suffering If Ely's Cream Balm is used Druggists will supply lOc trial size or 50c full size We mall it ELY BROS 56 Warren Street City Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement "It is a positive cure for catarrh if used as Rev Francis Poole pastor Central Pres church Helena Mont MaJ Brice of the fish commission recently took a car load of lobsteia from Holyoke Mass to Monterey Cal where the conditions of their multiplication are favorable as shown by the way the flourishes there TO PREVIOUS SALE other bonds furnished parts of the world on the Alaska gold Tit- Private and inside information on corpo-porations and individuals doing business in this city and county Franchises Contracts and Ordinances given by the city Daily markets on stocks and bonds Bank-stock owners etc etc fhrnished Charges according to the time given A COAL MINER INJURED William Delgematt an Employe of the Diamond Coal Mine Probably Fatally Injured Yesterday Afteraoou Removed to St Mery's Hospital for Treat-meat William Dclgeman a miner employed at the Diamond coal mine was probably fatally injured yesterday afternoon while firing the blast in the mine at 4:80 o'clock The blasts are made in the eev end rooma at about the same time every day After the firing yesterday Delge-man was missed by hie companions A search was instituted1 and he was found unconscious on the floor of his room He was carried to the cage and hoisted to the surface An ambulance conveyed him to St Mary's hospital An examination by the surgeons ehowsd that Delgeman's skull was fractured and the right arm broken in two places at the wrist and near the elbow It Is thought he Is Injured Internally Delgeman lives with hie wife at 1616 East Louisiana street He had fiwo sons and two daughters How he was Injured is not definitely known It Is supposed however that the blast was prematurely discharged Delgeman had not regained consciousness at midnight The Courier publlahea all the news of the world Read It PEOPLES THEATRE SUNDAY NIGHT MARCH 14 The little streak o' sunshine SADIE RAYMOND And her clever company In the big hit DAISY THE MISSOURI GIRL New and original topical songs and pretty dances In fact everything new and up to date INWROUGHT INTO THE NO Remington Standard Typewriter re certain ilerllne qualities of Excellent fiiiro-iifn mil reliable Service for whVh all H-iiiinstou model haT'jidwari berii 1 nifiu LIKEWISE Pcietulna Jini'niremont notably luereaalug It urn-funwK and durability MiLSerans i Mid B'way 1 1 EVANSVILLE OFFICE Telephone 163 214 Up Second St COLUMBlJL Up to Date Don't I-- a fogy Keep up with the times 1 nr ize a lau-lry that uses modern i now ail th Society men professional men business men laboring men and many others demand The slick celluloid Anlsh is no longer fashionable and should be discarded Tour goods will last longer by the dull Anlsh Remember we can give you both domestic Anlsh and high gloss as dsslred Talsphons 4BB( Cor EVANSVILLE IND REASONS why you should patronize the Con positively laundry turn down and wing-tip collars to look like new Without breaking Have the only machine in the city for shaping collars perfectly I Have the only perfect shirt starching machinery Laundry plaited bosom shirts without damage The moet perfect system of filtering water In fact the moat complete paint greatest capacity have recently added Improved machinery which enables us to assure our patrons strictly up-to-date work If you are not a patron give us a trial and be convinced Kohinoor Laundry Co Indiana University Glee Clnh Will Give a Concert at mm OPERA HOUSE Thursday Evening March 25th THE GRAND FRIDAY MARCH 12TH Engagement of the distinguished actor MR ROLAND REED And his own company as-tsteil by MISS ISADORE RUSH In hia latest success THE WRONG MR WRIGHT An original comedy by Geo II Broad-burst Prices 25 50 75c and 61 Tickets on sale today The New St Charles Hctel NEW ORLEANS LA Tbe latest and one of the best In the country ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 400 rooms single or en FUlte 120 private bath rooms PURE DISTILLED DRINKING WATER Open-air promenade in sunshine or shade First-class In every respect and with every appliance for comfort and convenience AMERICAN PLAN Transient rates from 64 per day up Liberal discount by the week or month Marsh and April are the most delightful months of the -ar In New Orleans A BLAKELY CO Prop'rs JU MtabUshai hw1 uml-r rfw Euutement eJlfamulSr abc-iii V'il'oi to law Yortr elli Sou ti Kvr-: it ire verj fctn ban ofh rtopplns dl en to rm at tunamiK me from parts USaoW- A S' BUSIN College AND leo! I Tbs enly school la EvsnsviUs having ACTUAL business from start to flalib Witt for catalogue LOCKYEAJl WILSON Proprietors Corner Third and Mala Blresu (Over Berman Bank) mJL -fp irJ I 'Eg jp BEWITCHING LAWN GOWN pink silk There were seventeen of these on the front of the waist and exactly the same number upon the back theee being placed with mathematical precision The sleeves were of the lawn tucked all the way to the waist in little overlapping tucks at the head of the tuck there was a small esve puff The skirt of the dress was trimmed with narrow ruffles of lace extending all around It making the third novel feature of the drees This atyle of skirt trimming will be much used all summer the modistes say HELEN GREY-PAGE On Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the Evangelical Lutheran church 1218 Upper Eighth Btreet Mr John Hoffherr Jr and Misa Amelia A Brlxlus both of Evansville were united in marriage the Rev Ie-ander Goetz officiating A small circle of friends witnessed the happy event Last evening at Grace Presbyterian church a large audience assembled to witness the marriage of Miss Mildred Douglass Rock eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Rosser Rock to Mr Gus Torlan Niebet The church was decorated with palms and Easter lilies the chancel being a mass of green relieved by the pure white of the flowers The bridal party entered the left aisle promptly at 6 o'clock to the Ijohengrln march exquisitely played by Mrs Millie Mril Walker Sonntag and Mr Cheater Ragon led followed by Mr Boa-well Torlan and Mr Robert Kuhn Mr Robert Niebet and Mr Ford Ragon Miss Anna Dudley Rock sister of the bride and her Only attendant entered Immediately preceding the bride who came with her father She was attired in a dainty mousseline de sole costume of the faintest rose pink over taffeta carrying an arm bouquet of pale rose pink carnations The bride was attired In pure white mousseline de sole over satin with fichu and aash edged with Yalenciennee white satin crushed hows and collar Her veil arranged a la Marie Stuart was fastened with a diamond wreath end she wore as her only ornament a handsome pendant solitaire a gift of the groom and carried a huge bouquet of white carnations and malden-halr ferns The groom attended by his beet man Mr Frank Nlsbet entered from the vestry room meeting the bride at the altar where against a background of green the bridal party formed a semicircle The Impressive ceremony was performed by the Rev Marquis assisted by the Rev Darby whose Invocation for the prosperity of the young couple was beautiful The marriage service of the Presbyterian church with the ring was used thft faint low notes of the organ sounding throughout the ceremony The party left the church to the Joy-ous Mendelsshon march Miss Rock is one of the most popular of Evansville's younger society girls Her character combines as is rarely fovml sweet 1 ijrnf jr of manner with charming prracl which has made her beloved by all who her Mr Gus Nlsbet le a young man who has all the manly and business qualities which Insure his future success Mr and Mrs Nisbet left on the midnight train for St Louis thence they will go to Cleveland stopping en route In Chicago for a few days After a week's visit to Mr and Mrs Grammar in Cleveland 0 they return and will he at the St George hotel Mqny handsome presents were received also telegrams of congratulations from all over the country Mr and Mrs Dsn 8 Ragon received a few friends last evening Informally in compliment to Mr and Mrs Nlsbet and their attendants Miss Ragon entertained the Niabet-Rock bridal party Tuesday evening at her handsome home In Upper Second street A course dinner was served the table appointments being exquisite A large center piece of carnations and English violets adorned the table Those present were: Miss Mildred Rock Miss Katie Williams Mies Bertha DeB ruler Mr Gus Nlsbet Tickets issued to all and information given fields Miss Clara Froelich will entertain friends this even ing at cinch at her home In Pennsylvania street The Woman's home and foreign missionary society of the St Lutheran church will meet this (Thursday) evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs Pfaffln 521 Line street The Rev Dr McLean of Cumberland Presbyterian church and the Rev Mr Marquis of Grace church will exchange pulpits on next Sunday morning Mrs Schwarts entertained friends yesterday afternoon at a coffee at the residence of her sister Mrs Mannheimer in Upper Second street -i Mr and Mrs Moynlhan entertained the Danner euchre club at their home In Daisy avenue Progressive euchre was the feature of the afternoon Lunch was served In the dining room which was beautifully decorated with palms and smilax After lunch wine was served and a toast was offered by Mrs Cox for the health happiness and prosperity of the host and hostess In their new hocme and as a token of remembrance the club presented them with a lovely palm and various other articles to adorn their new home Mrs Will Phillips won the prize which was a lovely tea set It la safe to say that no face in America la better known the ultra-fashionable set than that of Miss Minnie Clark Sbe is the model of the "Gibson that has fixed the type for American beauty Clinrles Dana Gibson Is the among the younger set of Illustrators and his pencil has given permanence to Miss beauty Strictly speaking xlie is -sot a beauty but one artist said of her that she suggested more beauty than any woman he ever saw Over and over again her face appears In tbe Gibson drawings There Is a virile strength in her figure that lain direct contrast to the fragile women chosen bv mauy artists as a type of beauty She Is In truth a young goddess We see her as the Princess Aline and os the American Girl In all the scenes of fashionable life The head la alwoa well thrown back the hair parted In the center It la said that thqp sands of girls model their dress and pose after the imperial style that Gibson has made famous Miss Clark has posed as a model for statues Velvet as an early spring material Is In high favor In all colors as well as black The more elaborate coats of it are made with braiding and embroideries galoie Less of the bright colored coats are seen an Item to be thankful for after all the rainbow tints of the winter An occasional purple Jacket Is seen and they are made In the richest sort of i ay with appliques of handsome braids etc A coat of this color worn with a gown of dainty grey cashmere is an ext-rmeiy combination and wonderfully springlike! PERSONAL Ml' Katie Chestnut has returned to after a visit to friends here Mr Chi: ies Ilubbs of Tell City Ind Ivl: town C-ij T-hn Gilbert Is In Paducah on lii) 1 To Mr and Mrs Wheeler Campbell boy Paducah News I emuth is in the city Mrs fj Grammer returns today to Cleveland () Mr of Chicago has gone south on a busvtesrs trip Mr Moore of Auburn is In the city Miss Minnie Kohl of Henderson Is In the city Miss Lillie Dlckman has returned fretn a visit to her parents In Ferdinand Ind Mr and Mrs Abe Grotel of Syracuse are in the city visiting Mr and Mrs Harris in Fulton avenue Gen James Wilson of Springfield is In the city a guest of the St George Mrs Arthur Jarvis of Henderson Is In the city Miss Ella Perkins of Henderson la In the city and attended the Rock-Nishet nuptials Mrs Stewart lain New York vl Ring her son Francis Stewart Hite Bowman of Louisville la In th4 city A Mr Jewett of New York Is In the city I represent the American and Red Star-Lines and issue tickets These ships are manned by American seamen and carry the United States mails and flag Steamers leave as below advertised from Pier 14 and 15 New York City: Steamir ST LOUIS Grey-haund of the Atlantia for Southhampton March 10th Staamar PARIS Gam of tho oeaan March 17th Stumor ST PAUL Reindaor of tho Wait March 24th' Staamar REW YORK the ahlp that President Harrison ralm! tho American flag on our lino on birthday In 1693 Loaves Maroh 31st Staamar FREISLAND Maroh 10th) for Antworp Stiamor KENSINGTON Maroh 17th for Antworp Stoamar WESTERLAND Maroh 24th for Antwerp Staamar SOUTHWARK Maroh 31st for Antwerp From Philadelphia Pier 54 South Wharves foot of Washington avenue: Staamar RHYLARD March 13th for Quoonitowa and Llvarps Steamer PEHHLAID Maroh 20th for Queenstown and Llvirj: Stoamor BELGENLAN3 March 27th for Qnoonstownand Llvn Steamer WAESLAND April 3d for Queenstown and Liverpool Stumor BEDERLAXD Maroh 18th for Antworp Stoamor ILLINOIS Maroh 30th for Antworp Stumor SWITZERLARD April 8th for Antworp Stumor PENNSYLVANIA April 20th for Antwerp i WANTED Old National Bank stock Julian Mining berland Telephone stock Evan5ville Gas and Ele Light stock and bonds Evansville Cotton Mill be Ohio Valley bonds Good notes four and months to rim and your patronage HENRY I WJ.

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