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October 7, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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We're Out-talked Often—Out-done Never. Some Facts Pointed Out Plainly A SHOKT (SESSION. The CJly Dad* Did Little Last Night. Baslnes Makers and sellers in one means more satisfaction — better qualities, and lower prices for patrons Sumrr.er is gone! All hsdl the Autumn! The various depart •meutsof "The flub," in Men's Clothing, Tenth's Clothing, Children's •Clothing. Hats, Men's and Boy's Furnishings are filled with "The 13est." Roof chorus a welcome to you and the new season. On Monday next we shall make a formal exhibition of what we have done to deserve the title ot "best," each line has been made upon 'the merits of worth. Each Garment has been secured for exclusive showing bore whenever possible, Each price sounds the keynote of the fall campaign that is to be conducted under our leadership, "best, -cheapest." Stock and store alike are in prime condition, never better prepared to serve you—and do us credit—than now. For the inaugural week we have lighted the beacons of special opportunity. A multitude of choice; values are bent by the hand of •our enterprise to do homage to your visit of inspection. They are bargains ot our will,expressing our appreciation of past favors.We be- -epeak for them the reception they are worthy oJ:, and congratulate you .upon the saving and satisfaction they bring you. Come as a guest, where no purse in needed to insure your welcome. 'Come as a purchaser if you please, with our assurance that you never i laid hands on such values at Mich prices as will be offered as features •oi the Autumn Opening. THE HUB. Harry'Frank's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. Given away free with erery $20.00 purchase for cash, one handsome Hat and Gout Hack, see in •coupon card free. OUT window. Come and get a Will Receive Bids for 'Sew Electric Light Machinery—The Proceedings. There was a short session of the citj fathers, last tight. Mr. Keiser was the papa absent. The engineer was directed to report a grade for a street in Cecil's third addition, along the line of the Terre Haute and Lo gansport railway. The electric light committee was instructed to receive bids for a new engine and dynamo. The fire committee was given further time in which to report upon the matter of purchasing a chemical engine. Tne engineer reported the final estimates for the improvement of Third and Wall streets and the same were approved. The street committee wis instructed to examine and report the advisability of Improving Illinois and Ohio streets; also Spear street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-fourth streets, A petition for the opening of west Market 1 street to the Westend addition was | referred to the street committee. The engineer reported a final estimate (or the improvement of the intersection of Center and Liberty streets and the same was approved, A report of the engineer on the matter of corner location, In Mt. Hope cemetery, was referred to the cemetery committee. A petition, asking that an electric light be established at Helm and Heath streets, was referred to the electric light committee. Notice to 6u Consumers. All annual contracts on the 6 pay ment plan expire October 1st. Al consumers having such contracts.and desiring to continue the use of gas should call at. the office between th 1st and 10th, of October, and make payment. All bills mast be paid on or before the 10th of each toonth. LOGANSPOET & WABASH VALLEY GAS Co. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. SAT1SFACTORT TEST Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL ...... or Overcoat •He Makes Si vlisb Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jo. O. Heffley, Successor to •The Equitable Produce and HtocK Exchange. Capital Stooli: J100.000, fully paid. Members •of Consolidated Produoa and Stock Exchange. •Chicago. we furnish-our customers dally market re-ports over our private wires In this oity. We *e«pectfully solicit your tiitrouage through our local ojrrespoudents W. W. Milner «. A. K. BnlIdling. Ix>cnoi«port. Iml, Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Pern Oil Stock If yon want to buy oil shares in the various Peru Oil Companies call ai Branch of Peru Oil Exchange Booms 6 and 8 Masonic Temple. •Call On- 1 James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. •Central Telephone 3S5. Mutual Telephone IS D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET 'Upstairs over Bruggeman's Milliner; Store. Iniumnoe and Loans. All kinds of Insurance aod Bonds written in first class ooci paniee. Honey to loan 8 per cent, S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. CJNDRRTAKREtS Oalli promptly attended to Day or NlfUt. 913 Broadway. TKLBPHONB - Office. M. Kroe««r, 1M . M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on SHTH M. VRLSRY, —304 Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of K3 and 'n tores t on sum* over $600 8 per cent. upward IHENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe« flnt class work. Stylish and well flt- ttaff cJothes.-made. Cleaniny and repair' neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. BODBFBfi. Estate, Loaos, 'toufbt, Sold or Szohanjrad. Money to Loan < a mortrafe or pertonal seou jlty . Call on mo *r write to na at No. U Kel River a*aou«,eait Tnd.of|lfark»t*ti«et Fall and winter shoes.at Walden's, Mrs. Judge Lalry has returned from an extended visit at Indiana polls. Mrs. M. J. Beach, of Broadway Is at Toledo attending the funeral of her sister. The new assembly hall at the La- fnyette soldiers' home was opened, this week. Suit has been filed to test the right c:E the Richmond natural gas company to raise the price of gas. Frank Hall was at Delphi yesterday. He went to attend the wedding of his brother, Lewis Hall. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Elliott Murphy went to Chicago today for a short visit with relatives and friends. J. S. Perkins, representing SCose- hiy Bros., the Grand Rapids, Mich., fruit dealers, Is a guest at the Johnston, The paving of Third street cost l'5,940, and of Wall street $1,050; the former 14.61 and the latter $2.23 per lineal :,'oot. Walker Whites! des will play an engagement at the Indianapolis next week, his repertory Including "Richelieu," "The Man In Black," and "Kamlet:" Edward Gardner, the Panhandle passenger conductor, did not accompany Chris Jeannerette to the Tlppe- canoe river. He was dead wlllln', but his finger Is too sore. The Jewish Day of Atonement aded nt sundown last evenlcg. It is the most Important day In the Eiebrev? calendar, and Is observed by the faithful In fasting and prayers. Mrs, Bruggeman's millinery open- ng last; night was a great success,the adles helm; delighted with the beautiful Hue of novel and stylish goods. The opening will be continued tonight. The proposed amalgamalon of the Uniformed rank, knights it St. John nd Cutholic knights of America, which, it was believed, would s bronghti^Abouit at the Elwood meeting, hasnlen abandoned. Hon. Clem J. Kern, of Valparaiso, as In the city yesterday, visiting his mother, Mrs. Catharine Kein, of list Broadway. He has aged but ittle aad Is as lively and full of fun a when he cond acted a store on rheels on the old canal bed on Fifth treet. Of the Obenchain Fire Extinguisher Yesterday Afternoon. A satisfactory test of the Obenchain fire extinguisher occurred yesterday afternoon at Che Wilaon & Humphrey job printing: establishment on Erie avenue. There were a large number of business men present. There is a 150 gallon cylinder In the building from which pipes extend to every department thereof, and when opened a pressure of 140 pounds is obtained. Yesterday afternoon pine boards were stood OQ end in a furnace ten feet high and eight feet wide, and a fire started with coal oil and rags soaked In benzine. Then the chemicals were applied and in less than a minute there was no fire In the furnace. The test was repeated with a like result. Later the hose was carried into the street and a stream thrown fully seventy-five feet. The chemicals are non-corrosive, odorless, harmless to fabrics, and will retain its strength for almost any length of time. It Is a great invention, and its general adoption would result In A great saving of property. The State Board Objects. The bulletin of the state boaird of health, for the quarter ending' September 30th, takes the physicians oi the state to task for not reporting deaths. It Is averred that the state's vital statistics are altogether profitless, for the rsason that physicians will not obey the law. NOB more than one-third of the deaths that occur are reported. The board takes the position that hog cholera and typhoid fever, which it characterizes as "water-born diseases," may be almost banished from the state if proper attention be paid to water, Another English Estate. Northside heirs to an estate in England, alleged to be worth $3,000,000, are raising $1,000 with which to push their claim. Mrs. Clevlnger, widow of the late Dr. Clevlager, is engineering the collection of the expense fund. One of the parties has already paid In «85. It is strange how many estates there v are in England belonging to American heirs and how few recover anything. Stockholders' Meeting. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Logansport Gas and Oil company at the north court room, Friday evening, Oct. 8th, at 7:30 o'clock. It is the desire of the directors that all stockholdiirs be present; also all citizens interested in the oil question. M. A. JORDAX, President. The Elks. Regular meeting of Logansport lodge No- 66, B. P. O. Elks tonight. Initiation and other Important business. H. J. McSHEEHT, E. B. 0. A. MEANS, Sec'y To Cure • Cold in Oiie Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. 25o. For sale by Ben Fisher. • Smoke the,Coluaabia clg&r, Buy your shoes of Walden. Tne pension board was In session vescerday. Miss Carrie Moore Is visiting at ndianapoifs. Esquire Laing Is confined to his lome by illness. Edward Griffin, of the Southside, is aid up with lumbago. Mrs. William Winters, of Wood- awn addition, is quite sick, Mrs. Wm. Owen,of Clay towshlp, is ecoverlng from a long illness. Wanted, a second girl at SOS Market street. Eeference required. Mrs. Bruggerr.an's millinery opening will be continued this evening. H, Brookmeyer, sr., and wife, are at Webster, Mass., visiting their daughter. Miss Myrtle Sebastian and her friend, H. E, Henderson, have wheeled back to Chicago. Rev. W. S. Stewart, of the Market street M. E. church, will preach at Webb chapel Sunday, October 10th, at 2:30 p. m. There is a big time at Royal Center Saturday night, the occasion being the completion of the water works plant. The Penny club of the Ratbbone Sisters will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Groh, 1309 Market street. I. N. Cash, the liveryman, yesterday sold a fine driving horse to Gregory & Dobbins, of Lafayette, for a fancy price. Miss Williams, of Columbus, Ohio, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. H. Bin us, wife of the superintendent of the Kenneth quarries. An extra good line of fresh chocolates from 25c up. at Wright & Britton's new confectionery, 321 Pearl street, next to gas office. Eev. H. Percical went from here to Union City, yesterday, to assist in the ceremonies or installing a' Pre'ibyterlan minister there. It is announced that the supreme court will not advance the Eel River railroad case. In other words the case must come up in regular order, The old custom of putting in plank culverts has been abandoned by Trustee Kistler, of Boone township. He has contracted for four stone arches. Lost—A child's pen, consisting of three pins, on Seventeenth street, between Smead and Wright, Finder please leave at Mrs. G-eyers, 1629 Smead street. Miss Mabel Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Powell, left, yesterday, for Philadelphia, Pa., to become a student at the conservatory of music there. She will be absent a year. Walter Dedrick and wife, of Linden avenue, celebrated their wooden wedding anniversary, Tuesday evening, by entertaining about Jorty guests. Luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. D. were the recipients o many beautiful and useful presents Joe Barnes was given a genuin surprise, Tdesday evening, by a party of young friends, at the home of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Baru'es, on Plum street, Westside The affair was occasioned by hi; birthday anniversary, and an ejoyabli time was had, "On the Bowery" the alleged comedy drama presented at Dolan's last night, to use the language of the day,was "on the bum" proper. There are a number of crazy situations in the play, but there was not enough merit in the performance to entertain Melvin Tyler. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Craven Smith, at Delphi, yesterday, occurred the marriage of Miss Lydia Smith, to Mr. Louis Hall, clerk of Carroll county. The groom is a fbrother of Frank Hall, a popular clerk at Andy Welch's grocery, and is well and favorably known here. The state convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance nmlon, which met in Lcgansport a year ago, begins its annual convention tomorrow morning at South Bend. The local unions will be represented by Mrs. E. L. Gmble, Mrs. D. Overholser, Mrs. 3. E. Howe, Mrs. John Troutman, Mrs. Alice Geary and others. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. *• 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indian*. Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats aad Ulsters t Boys' " " " Children's " " " -MACKINTOSHES.— Fall and Winter Underwear, Hats and Caps,, Shirts, Sweaters, etc. Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear. K Children's Department Complete: We have used our BEST JUDGMENT, and the utmost caution in the selection ot our present: FALL STOCK, and undoubtedly have the finest line of goods, in all departments ever oflered the citizens of thii county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. We will be glad to show our goods, and are satisfied we can save you money. ; Money Back if Goods areJNot Satisfactory. I: CLAIMS ALLOWEI) AMUSEMENTS. at Last Night br the Common Council a Begular Session. ThO'followlng claims against the city were allowed last night by the common council: STREET DBPARTKHMX. Payroll *3C5 35 A. J. Gailiou. cement SB S7 A. H. McDonald, cement — U at W. H. Minnlck, cemens 11 00 Henry Wolf - W M. Navin, boulderlng 106 20 Bridge City Construction Company, repairs to sweeper 28 24 G. w. Bennett, lumber - 10 '" W. L. Fernald, lumber — W 57 W. H. Keiser, stakes 40 20 Louis Dieckmao, pails 40 James Barnes, cement 20 10 City Treasurer, hay " 02 J. B. Messingvr, sewer pipe .. 8 3" SEWER DEPARTMENT. Pay roll _ * 175 90 Pavroll .._ S259 Hay & Keieer, brick 30 00 bridge City Construction company grates SS 00 PARK DSPATMKMT. Payroll ... $ 16500 Cnarles Kenadll,labor -250 ELtCTEIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT. Pay roll * 11520 Stoddard 0. and C. Co . sundries 45 88 Elipt Carbon company, sundries SO UO Thompson Lumber cotnpany.lumber... IS Log-nnsport & Wabash Valley Gas Co., gas 51800 Wm. Heppa&Son, machine soap 9 45 Frank Baekett, horse hire 1000 Electric Appliance company, sundries 10103 Bridge City Construction company, repairs H 25 Stoddard Oil company, oil '*' '" .1. J. Hiidebrandt. sundries _.. City treasurer, freight FOREST MHiLS LOT3- Pay roll - t PIKE DEPARTMENT. Walter Sellers, extra fireman S 33 Catharine white washing 7 45 El len Brown, washing 500 P , C., C. i St. L. R. R., Co. repairing 35 00 Loeaa <t wabasb Valley Gas company gas _. 37 20 WATER VTOKKS DEPHATMENT. Payroll - 105 75 Miscellaneous claims _ 19555 POLICE DEPATHENT. Pay roll MISCELLANEOUS. Wm. McEee. rodman Melnotte Bebee, assistant rcdman Dewenter & Co., sundries Jamee Foley, postage james O'Donnell. patrol wagon Logran Si Wabash valley Gas company gas ~ Logansport Journal Company, printing _ Bowen. Merrill & Co., statutes City treasurer, postage Logaasport Journal Company, printing 12 16 99 19 "I 31 50 D CLAN'S OPBKA HOUriK. WM. DOLAH, Monday October II, '97. . The Rrolneot Character Aoton and Comedians. Chas.G.Osborae& Will A.Baroa —IN— OCR STEP-HUSBAND Management F. A. Vinney. Elaborate Scenery, Startling: Effects, •£• Pleasing Specialties if Touching Pathos, Delicious Comedy. PRICES.. 25c, 35c, 50o, and 75c. Seats on sale at Joaston'g drug store. 59 27 00 27 00 U 50 65 10 00 13 03 8S 00 ti 00 4 00 Si 00 THK City National Bank. LOGANSPOET, IKD. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CHA.WKOM>, Vice Pros. F, V.. FOWLER, Cashier. -DIRECTORS— John Gray, I. S Crawford. J. T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Beli. A. P. JenKs, W, C. Pennock, Into* Shideler. Geo. W, Funk ana John C. Ingram. Loan money on personal and collateral security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Will pay 2 per ceni per annum on certifiedt«i of deposits, when deposited eii months; S pur cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults, for sat* ker pinp of valuable papers, rented at from |6 to 115 per rear. "OCK STEf HUSBAND." Hood's Cure all liver Ills, bilious- cess,, headache, soar stem- ach, indigestion, eonsnpa- tion. They «ct eailtr, with- «nt pain or grip*. So id by ill Tb» »uir PUU to lilt* with Hood'l • etnt*. A Great Corned/ Drama, at the Opera House Monday Night. On Monday evening at Dolan's will be presented for the first time In this city the interesting comedy melodrama, "Our Step-Husbandi" The story Is dramatic though raal, the humor Is bright and clear and the pathos pure and touching. It is a play with a strong plot, and the characters true to life. During the brief action of the comedy the author has found time to touch upon many ot the Important scenes of every-day life, and the characters which he has cleverly interwoven In the play are many of them new to the stage. In "Our Step-Husband" we find the struggle between capital and lahor, the wrongs between rich and poor business and social life are delightfully mingled, while the weaknesses and follies of each are brought in touch with the nobler qualities, and "Our Step-Husband" sends you to your homes with the satisfaction of ac evening well speno. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREh „». CHICAGO. Hicks Predicts Rain. Hicks says the 9th and 10th will be central days of reactionary storm conditions, with moon at her fall and near the celestial equator. Look for wanner weather and more rain on and near the 10th, turning to 'High, cold, northwesterly gales over the northern lake regions from about |;he llth to 13th. More or less frost will touch all the central and some southern sections at this time. Veterinary Book Free. Dr. Humphreys' Veterinary Manual on the treatment of horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, dogs and poultry, mailed free upon request. Address The Humphreys York- company, New FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. A; P. and L, 8. Sc M. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing; $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steam heat in every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner and Proprietor. THR First National Bank, CAPITAL|J250,000 A. J. MUEDOCK, PBESIDEHT, W. "W. ROSS, CAflEOEB, J. F. BROOKiCETER, AJSST. Cusaaa. DIKECTOR8: A.J. ICuriock. W. H. Briug-hum, Doom* Jt. B. S. Bice, B. F. Ycnti*. 1 X. Jorwood. W. T. Banking in all lt« Deputmnnu prompt! r and carefully done. Safety to Cujtomei* and rtookholder* sought for. Stronf Baterre Food M«lnul»*d. "Burdock Blood Bitter* entirely cored me ol a terrible breaking oat all over my body. It to a wonderful medicine." HlnlalikSIbridge,Boz We*t Corn well, Conn.

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