Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 13, 1897 · Page 19
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r ONE YEAR AGO WE OPENED OUR DOORS. PIONEER OF OUR PRICE The World's Best. First to promise money back, first in entertaining Leaders in quality. No exaggeration. Leaders in Low Prices. We test every value. Leaders in Furnishings. Leaders in Hats. We never stoop to sensationalism. Big values and little prices. Our clothes fit same as made to order and more style than cheap tailors will give you. We mark our goods in plain figures. We are manufacturers. Truthful in advertising. We right every wrong. We control the best. Our doors are closed to trash. Leaders in boys clothes. Rightness first, profit afterwards. The Secret of Our Success. POSTAL SAVING BANK Some Advantages Offered by the* Bill, A Copj of Which May be Seen at the Fharos Office. Analyze the methods by which this growth has been achieved and you'll find the policy of the beginning has never been forsaken, A policy of liberality, of strictest integrity, of highest aim, of pluck and push. A policy whose alphabet spells only success, and makes of unquestionable Leaders. It is a policy that iias •won the confidence of the people, SVhere their confidence goes their patronage goes. We've been generously rewarded. You've regarded this as "Your Store," taken pride in its bigness and bcstness, sounded its praises, applauded its achievements, helped on its enterprises, shared its prosperity, joined hands •with us in giving Logansport the Largest Clothing, Hat and Furnishing house, in great growing sections of northern Indiana. Given away free with every cash purchase of $80.00' a handsome Coat and iH«t Rack. Come and get a card. «ITHE HUB> Harry Frank's Old Stand. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL Suit OT -53e Makes Stvlisb Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor; to The Equitable Produce «n<l Stock Exchange. Capital Stock $100,000, fully paid. Members ftf Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, Chicago. W« rurnish our customers daily market re- .port* over our private wires in this city. We ' teapeotfuUy solicit your vatronage through niur iooai correspondents W. Milner A. Jtt. Hnlldlng-, Ind. BeU'Te'lephooe 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Peru Oil Stock 'If yon want to buy oil 11mres in the varloti 'Peru Oil Companies call at Branch of Peru Oil Exchange. Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. Booms 6 and S Masonic Temple, OaU On-" James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. Central Telephone SS5. Mutual Telephone 186 Insurance and Loans. AH kinds of Insurance and BojdK written in first class oom- 9*ni«*. Honey to loan 6 per cent. S. M. Closson.319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UKIDRRTAKRR8 Culli prompUr attended to Day or Nttrht, 611 Broadway. TBUPHON1 - Offloe, M. Eroacer. IN i trail). M. If Yon Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on 6RTH M. VRLSHY, —SOI Fourth Street.— H« o»n make j-ou a Loan of S2S and up-nrard 'ntareel: on sumn over $500 8 per cen& HENRY WIEBER, Tt.e Merchant Tailor, does flrtt claf 9 work, Stj-llsh and well flt- tinit clothes ";:n»de. Cleaning- «nd repairing neatly doie. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Ujatoirs over Bruggemao's Millinery Store. GEORGE W. RODEFER. Itetl Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or KMhaand. Mon«j to Loan - C*U Fall and winter shoes at Walden's, Low King was aC Marion yesterday. Charles Billman Is at Marlon visit- Ing W. H. Marquart. Dr. A. J. Nye is entertaining his biother, Charles, of Chicago. The Elite Mandolin club has joined the Our club and will play at the club rooms every two weeks. Harry Fender, of Frankfort, was in the city yesterday, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Fender, Miss Belle Jackson has returned from a visit at Detroit, and has resumed her position with the Bridge City candy company. Drs. Hatch, Ward, Downey and Stewart performed a surgical opera tion on Mrs. Nathaniel Kern yeater day at St. Joseph's hospital. Major McF-idin has been invited to make a speech at Boyal Center tomorrow, upon the occasion of the dedication of the water works. Kailroad employes running into Chicago can borrow money at lowest rates, at 911 Fort Dearborn Building, 134 Monroe street, Chicago. Charles Schmitt Sche)l, of the Bee Hive, entertained a number of his friends last evening at his home on Linden avenue. The affair was in honor of his birthday. The synod of the Presbyterian church, Indiana division, is Jn session at Terre Haute. The Logansport churches are repre°ented by Kev. D. P. Putnam and Thomas E. Hughes. George S, Kistler has filed the complaint of Solomon M. Berkshire in a suit for divorce from Nettie J. Berkshire. The complaint alleges cruel and inhuman treatment. The parties reside in Boone township. W'lllam Early, who was recently decK <:d insane, was committed to jail Monday night. He had been stopping with Hugh Gallagher, on Wabash avenue, and about midnight last night declared his intention of going _mit on a Panhandle freight train wltL-Ms brother, George Early. Herbert Brown, Adams express agent, received a telegram yester Historian Lowing Savs It is tbe Greatest Boon Eyer Conferred Upon the Working Classes la England. A petition for the establishing of i postal savings banks, embracing a copy of the bill, as proposed by the Chicago Record, is being circulated In this city. Every voter is requested to sign it. Among its strong points are the following: First—To the people personally: 1. Absolute security from loss. 2. Convenience of making deposits, 3. Repayment tot affected by i change of residence. 4. Safety against personation and fraud. 5. Prevention of poverty or temporary want by developing habits of thrift and saving. 6. Gives, where no other bank exists, a means of ready and safe deposit. 7. Discourages reckless and speculative expenditures. 8. Educates the young and untrained to a knowledge of the use and value of money. 9. To the young it also helps to £ive bookkeeping and business habits. Second—To the government: 1. It >prevents borrowing from .1 broad. 2, Places the money (whether regarded as a loan or otherwise) under the control nf domestic legislation. Third —To the country: 1. The people receive the profits (Interest) of their savings when such are used as a public investment. 2. The increased wealta arising from deposits and accumulated interest, is kept within the country itself and not sent abroad to swell the wealth of another country. 3. By the wide distribution of repayments, money thus invested can promptly reach points needing it suddenly from local causes, 4. In remote places stringency from too limited ordinary bank facilities is prevented or lessened. 5. The laboring people are taught to feel a diiect personal interest in the stability of the country. (Is there anything that can tend more to solidify a people than a people's universal bank than this?) 6. Sectionalism ameng the less intelligent classes is lessened and the welding or fusing ot foreign elements promotec by such a common national institution. There are numerous other advantages to be considered. The bill is not the product of a single mind at work upon the subject. It represents ideas and practical suggestions,, gathered from many sources. The first poatoffice savings bank was established in Great Britain in 1861. The act putting tbe system in operation there was championed by Mr. Gladstone, then master of the exchequer. LowlDs, in his "History of Savings Banks," says of the postal savings bank of Great Britain: "Next, perhaps, to the repeal ot the corn law, this is the greatest boon ever conferred on the working classes of the country, and next to the scheme of penny postage itself, the scheme of postoffice banks is the greatest and most important work ever undertaken by the government for the benefit of the nation * * * The success of the postoffice banks has ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Buy your shoes of Walden. Mary E. Coe has been granted a divorce from Harry Coe. Aaron Vurpillat, of Winamae, Is visiting Peter Schneider of the Westside. Miss Bessie Hauk, of 1229 Broadway, is recovering from a prolonged illness. The '97 club met with Miss Anna Hildebrandt , on Fourth street last evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter of Burlington avenue have returned from a brief visit with friends at Chicago. The Wheatiand street M. E. pulpit will be filled next Sunday by Mrs. C. S. Wright, during the absence of the pastor. Mrs. M. M. Manly and daughter, Miss Mary, will leave in a few days for a visit with relatives at Greenfield, Ark. The Misses Dougherty, of Bock- field, are in the city, the guests of Mrs. Margaret Dougherty and Miss Mary Murphy, of the Southside. L wnti DI -)ij $2 5,000; good notes and judgments. I want to loan, to good people, $50,000, on mortgage, or personal security—Geo. B. Forgy. Mrs. J. K. Waltz went to Rochester today to visit friends. Her daughter will visit friends at Fort Wayne and Auburn during the absence of her parents. The continued story that will be begun in the Pharos in the next few days Is highly romantic, yet it does not deal with love or marriage. Every subscriber should read it. Gold Medium will be brought back as soon as the racing season Is over. Bert Cole, J. D. Ferguson's driver, who sustained a broken foot in Bourbon a short time ago, returned last night. , Rev. J. K. Waltz, of the Wheatland street M. E. church, left yesterday for Battle Creek, Mich., where he will attend the civic and philanthropic conference during the week In that city. The Pharos not only gives all the news, but it prints a larger amount of miscellaneous reading matter to suit all tastes. Children, as well as parents, always find something to instruct and interest them In our columns. • •*••«••• «»»•»•»» » « •»«•»»»»•••••»»• »+»»••»»•»+» J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters f Boys' " " Children's " -MACKINTOSHES.- ct Fall and Winter Underwear, " " " Hats and Caps, " " " Shirts, Sweaters, etc. " " i" Gloves and Mittens, " " " Neckwear. Children's Department Complete i We have used our BEST JUDGMENT, .and the i utmost caution in the selection ot our present FALL STOCK, and undoubtedly have the finest line of goods, in all departments ever offered the citizens of thii county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. We will be glad to show <»ur goods, and are satisfied we can save you money. Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. '< '• MAGNIFICENT Are the Scenic and Mechanical Effects In Palmer Cox's "Brownies " AMUSEMENTS. A KE1L ESTATE DEAL Bj Which Dennis Chi Obtains Title to Valuable Froperty, Dennis Uhl has made an extensive purchase that will add some valuable city property to his other real-estate possessions. He has purchased the tract of land between Market street and the Pennsylvania track, and from First street to the river. The land was formerly occupied by the Michael's cement works and was owned by Judge Cheney, of Fort Wayne, who was in the city recently to complete the deal The consideration is about $5,000. Tia Autumn Excursion to Cincinnati Pennsylvania Lines. Sunday, October 17th, a special autumn excursion will be run to Cincinnati, Ohio, via Pennsylvania lines. Persons who desire to visit the "Queen City" can be with their friends in the metropolis of Ohio, observe the rich autumnal beauties en route,or have a day of general recreation. $2 round trip from Logansport will be the cost on special train leaving at 5 a. m. central time returning, leave Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. same day. Lots of time in (Jin cinnati. Among the many novelties ID C, B. Jefferson, KUw £ Erlanger's big spectacle, "Palmer Cox's Brownies," which will be seen at the opera house tomorrow night is the sensational flying ballet, from the Folies Bergere, Paris. Tho flying ballet is introduced In the third act of the gorgeous eTtravagaciza, just before the grand tranformation_scene. Tbe stage: is suddenly darkened, and immediately after to the complete astonishment^ of the spectator fairies are discovered flying about through the air in all directions without visi- hle means of support. In their graceful flight to and fro they are transformed into birds, beetles and butterflies of the most gorgeous hues. Other remarkable specialty features in "The Brownies" include the Ro- malos, acrobats from the Paris Hippodrome, a troupe of shapely Oriental dancing girls; and Newhouse and WaflBe, European musical eccen- triques. Over 100 people are in (;he cast of "The Brownies," and the big company, tremendous scenic equipment, properties, mechanical and electrical devices, etc., are the same that have been seen in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and all other large cities. D OLAtf'S OPKRA HOUSB. • • * • Thursday Night, Oct. 14. No Advance of Prices for thlt Groat Attraction. C B.Jefferson, Klaw & Erlanger's Worl* Famous Production. PALMER COX'S The Only Company! The Original Company! The Same Big Organization of ~~\L 4k F^FiOT-^T \]P^— witnessed In New York. Chicago, IndlM- apolls and other Large Cldei. All the Remarkable Features. BROWNIES! The Plying: Ballet. Palmar cox, the Brownie Man, The Oriental Ballet, Tbe Wandering Minstrels, The Marvelous Boinaloa, et». Seat Sale Opens Monday. Prloei! 25o 50c, 75c and (I, No hlyber. SpecUl train from Peru for this Groat traction. At- INDIAN i POSTOFFICES. Receipts and Expenditures In Thirty Booster Cities. The operations of the 140 presidential postoffices in the state of Indiana for the fiscal year ended 'June 30 last show gross receipts of 11,600,980, which is a slight decrease from the previous year. The exoenses were slightly more than the year before, being 1782,915.The net revenue was 1817,975, a decrease of $37,676. The following figures show the receipts and disbursements in thirty Indiana postofflcee, where the income is above «10,000. THR First National Bank, Loroniport, Indian*. CAPITAL 3250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PKESIDBHT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASST. CASHLEB. DIHECTOR8: A.J. Hurdock, W. R. Brlngburtt, Uh!, B. 8. Blue, B. F, Yana«, I M. JUrwood. W, T. Wil»on. Banking In all it* Department* promptly and carefully done. Safety to Customer* and itookholden sought for. Strong Kejerve;Pun<) Maintained. been of the most complete kind." Elks' Minstrels. Much Inquiry is being made concerning the date of the next annual minstrel performance to be given by the local lodge of Elks for the benefit pf its charity fund, and as to the details of the performance. The show will be put on the latter part of November, and Prof. McMillen says there will be many new and novel eatures. The street parade will be one of the grandest ever seen in Logansport. It will consist of a mounted bugle corps, a monster drum corps, two bands, the entire lodge member- hip and performers, all handsomely uniformed. fiotice. All members of the Trotting asso ofation are requested to meet in the north court room Thursday evening, at 7:30, to hear a report of the year's business and to vote on what improvements they wish to oe made. J. T. TOMLINSON, Sec. The best baking powder and flivor ing extracts in the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. day from New York from his 'brother- in-law, William White, stating that a daughter had arrived at his home. Mr§. White was formerly, Miss Maggie Wynooop, a slater of Mrs. Brown, who made her home here for some time with Mr. »nd Mrs. Brown. Birthday Surprise. Last evening at her home on West Market street, Miss Luln Schmitt was the victim of an agreeable sur- irise tendered her by her friends on the occasion of her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in games and other forms of entertainment, after which an elaborate luncheon was served. The young misses escorted by their chaperons departed for their homes after enjoying the evening's programme. Smoke the Colunhu cigar BABY'S SMOOTH, FAIR SKIN A Grateful Moth«r Writes this Letter- Tells all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sores. " At the age of two months, my baby began to have s.ores break out on his right cheek. We used all the external applications that 'vre could think OT hear of, to no avail. The sores spread all over one Bide of his face. We consulted a physician and tried his medicine, and in a week the sore was gone. But to my surprise in two weeks more another scrofulous looking sore appeared on baby's arm. It grew worse and worse, and when he was three months old, I began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla. I also took Hood's Sarsaparilla, and before the first bottle •was finished, the sores were well and have never returned. He is now touryeara.old, but he has never bad any sign of those scrofulous sores since he was cored by Hood's Sargaparilli., for which I feel very grateful. My boy owes his good health and smooth, fair skin to this great medicine." MKS. 8. S. WKOTES, •Ssgning- ton, Delaware. Get only Hoc*?*, Hood , r>!ll are prompt; efficient and S K111S easy to effect. 25 cent*. CITIES, | Receipt* jEjrp d ms Anderson it 24,251 Attica Bloominfrton Brazil Columbus Crawf ordsville BLkhart- - Evaosrille Fort Wayne Frankfort. Goshen Hammond Huntingtc n _ Indianapolis — Kokomo Lafayette — ., LAporte -... Lcxransport....— Marion ~ Michigan City- Muncie — New Albany — Peru Richmond Sbelbj-rflle— South Bend Terra Haute Valparaiso Vince iQes Wabash- 15,302 11,6071 1897 I 1897 McCoy's New European Hotel COft. CLARK MID VAN lUREh ,f8. CHICAGO. 23,115 10.925 30,107 163S5 11.344 39.353 12.555 60.770 65,191 19,878 11.88J 8998 14.118 16.390 57,235 78,83* 70,920 11,9.54 18.041 11,897 10,951 368.283 3e6,440J150,4*~ 11,992 17,494 11.811 11.819 1 15,153 10,048 38.255 21.905 14.85S 14,373 9 6S3 25.020 23,fl02 14.85: 23,455 J0.86» 7,892 80.316 15,117 11,596 S7.003 11,597 56.668 65494 .... J5.281J 15.671 14,84' 15,091 14,145 *,<8l 20.739 7,483 28,549 31.065 8.929 15.513J 14,867' 9,381 12.S56; 12,290: 7,:J59 Miss Belle Hlghtower Married. Miss Amy Belle HlgLtower, eldest daughter of Robert Higbtower, was married at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Hlghtower home, No. 210 South Boots street, Marion, to Mr. Alfred L. Greenman, a popular oung man of that city. Concerning he wedding the Marion Leader says: 'Rev. Freeley Rohier officiated. It was an exceedingly simple wedding service, and none but a few guests witnessed the tying oit the nuptial knot. The bridal party stood beneath an autumn bower arranged in the east parlor. Mrs. Miriam Gray played .he wedding march. Mr, and Mrs. Greenman will leave tills evening on short bridal lour." The bride is well and favorably known in Logansport, ha Ting resided here with her parents for a number f years. Tbe Pharos joins with her many Logansport friends In extend- ng congratulations. RRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. A p. and L. S. 4: 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 iid Proprietor. XHR City National Bank. LOGASSPOET, IND. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHJT GKA.T, President, L K. CRA.-R-FOBD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOTTLEB, Cashier. -DIBECTC'flS- John Gray, I. W Cmrford. J. T. .Elliott, Dr. . H. B«U. A. P. Jenfci, W.C. Pennook.Iwac Bhideler, Geo. W, Funk uul John C. Lout money on penoaal and oollattnu •ecurttr. Bur and sell Gorenunentt bond*. Wflj p»y t per oeni per unmm on oartUMlM otdepodta, trk«D<I0p«ttail«ix month*;* p*r cent per annum wlMfi Mft one j«kr. Bozw In BaMf Dapodt T*Dtto, for teepUf at ralnMtle IS to |15 per rear. naiad at fro*

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