Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 14, 1897 · Page 19
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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. Xo 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. 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 has won the confidence of the people. Where their confidence goes their patronage goes. We've been generously rewarded. You've regtrded this as "Tour Store," taken pride in its bigness and bestness, 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. VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA Headquarters Moved From 315 to 31 Third Street. Given away free with evcrr cash purchase of $20.00 a it Rack. Come and get a card. <1THE H handsome Coat anc Harry Frank's Old Stand. Youno, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL Kor A. ©nit, or Overcoat ; 3Ie Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor; to Tkc Kqultable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stook flOO.OOO, fully paid. Members •of Consolidated Produce and Btook Exchange, We lurnish our customers dally market reports over «ur private wires in thlecltr. \\e •respectfully solicit your patronage through ^our local correspondents W. W. Milrter «. A. It. Building. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. investorsin If yon wint to buy oil shares in the variou Peru Oil Companies call ai Branch of Peru Oil Exchange Booms 8 and 8 Masonic Temple. ••Call On • James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. »O*Dtral Telephone SS5. Mutual Telephone 1S6 Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. Insurance and Loam. All kinds Of Insurance and Bondi written In first class com- -yaniea. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. •Calli promptly attended to Day or Ol Broadway. riLIPHOHl - Offloe. U. Kro«rer, Mrain. N. m If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Proparty call on 8RTH M. VRLSRY, —S« Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of S25 and upirard 'ntereet on sums ovorfSOO 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe* first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes ma( j e> cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. GEORGE W. RODEFEJL Estate, Loans. or Kzchaiured. Moiier to Loan nortjnM or personal tecurUy. Call on nw •*r wrUMo m« a» No. U Bel Birw a*w«,«Mt ~nrt.of|iUflnt«tM*t bridf*. OITV JMRWS. Fall and winter shoes at Walden's, Ladies' dress shoes tl, at the New Otto. E. B. Overshlner went to Chicago today. Mrs. Phil Hefferman, of Lucerne, formerly of this city, is very sick. O'Donnell & Co. shipped a car load of draft horses to Buffalo, N. Y., today. Dr. J, W. Ballard was at North Judaon yesterday on professional business. 19c for 25c ties and 38c for choice of all the best, Saturday evening, at the New Otto. Hon. William Dudley Foulke, of Richmond, waa the guest, yesterday of Hon. Rufus Magee. Mr. Harry Davenport and Miss Mary Murphy were called Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul's church. Louis Eichorn Is entertaining W J. Stabler, of Indianapolis, president of the Indiana Music Teachers' association.! The funeral of the late William D. Campbell was held at 2 p.m. today from the family residence, No. 219 Linden avenue. The 8-year-old son of John Simons of the Westslde fell against the door step and fractured bis right forearm, Dr. Nye was called. A hot water heating plant IB being placed in the R. R. Y. M. C. A. building. Other needed improvements will be made. W. T. Benham, of Cincinnati, is engaged in changing and patting In order the time lock on tne safe in the county treasurer's office. Mrs. Thomas Bailey and daughter who have been the guests of Miss Mary Zimmerman for a short time, have returned to their home in lonlla, Mich. Very Rev, M. E. Campion and Rev. Father Hogan returned last night' from Fort Wayne, where they attended the funer&l of the former's brother. The ladles o* the Cumberland Pres- )yterian church gave a coffee yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Etnire, No. 922 Linden avenue. There was quite a large attendance. A team belonging to George Palmer, the contractor, broke loose yesterday ifternoon from its hitching ilace and ran down Burlington avenue, where it was caught. No dam •go malted, A Free Reading Room Opened In Connection With the Mission. The volunteers have moved their armory from 315 to 317 Third streeet. two doors north from their former meeting place. The new hall is neatly finished inside and is a model mission hall. The free reading room has been opened in connection with tbe mission, and there is no doubt but that it will ne a great attraction to those who would otherwise spend their time on the streets. It may be well for the people to know that the Volunteer missions throughout the whole United States are organized for the purpose of helping the Christian churches in accomplishing a work that they cannot do, and it is the rule that a relief department be opened in connection with tbe posts in the large cities and towns during the winter months. Last winter 250 homeless men were sheltered and given meals every night during the winter In one post In Chi- cago.and 500 families were aided and helped with provisions, clothing and fuel through the whole winter. In the city of South Bend, Capt. Murphy carried on the work ID connection with the mission, which he had charge of in that city during the last winter, with the most pleas- Ing results to the citizens and churches, and It is his intention to carry on a similar relief work here in Logansport this winter, and It is to be hoped that the citizens of this city will respond freely with donations of food, clothing, literature and money. Everything donated will be acknowledged and applied strictly to the relief of the poor of Logansport. The Volunteers' officers are, In the majority of cases, well trained, consecrated and efficient missionary workers, and it is safe to say that there are none more capable of carrying on a missionary relief work among the poor of any city than hese self-sacrificing soldiers of the cross. Meetings will be conducted at the armory every evening at 8 o'clock. This evening a special meeting will beheld at the armory; good music and singing; admission free. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. "THE BROWSIES" TO-JII6HT. Palmer Cox will Positively Appear Here in the Big Spectacle. Tonight Jefferson, Klaw & Erlanger's gorgeous extravaganza, "Palmer iox's Brownies." the most successful as well as the most remarkable of the spectacles before the public, will be >resented at Dolan's opera house. There will be no advance of prices 'or the big attraction. The per- 'ormance, which will attract many people from Peru and other places, will be axact In every detail with the oog engagements In New York, Chl- ago and other large cities, and the ame big company of 74 people, all he magnificent scenery, properties, oatumes, electrical and mechanical fleets will be brought here intact. The flylog ballet, in which the dan- ers fly in all directions through the ir, and are transformed Into birds, 1668 and butterflies of the most beau- iful hues; the oriental ballet of leautiful women, the Romaic brothers, the world's greatest acrobats, Newhouse and Bunt", the wandering minstrels, and Eddie Pinaud', the phenomenal trick bicycle rider, are among the novel specialty features that will be Introduced in the great production. Twelve elaborate scenes will be shown, Including the wonderful etorm and shipwreck at sea, the earthquake and volcano and the in- stant;destructlon of the palace. Pal^ mer Cox, the famous Brownie man, will also appear in the big spectacle, and make lightning charcoal sketches of Brownies. Royal -Center Day. There's a hot time in the old town of Royal Center today. A big celebration is on on account of the completion of the water works plant. Prof. Sweet William O'Gaul, inflated a big balloon and Frank Perkins, A. D. F., made the ascension and parachute jump. There were three parachutes divided between Perkins, a dog and a box of cigars;. Maj. S. L. McFadin made the speech of the day. Poor Hunting Prospects. The hunting prospects this fall at the Kankakee are very slim on account of low water. Parties who have visited the region say It is impossible to navigate anywhere on ac- :ount of the mud, moss and weeds for the ducks to rest on, and where they are out of danger of the hunter's gun. The thousands of mud or rice hens there are having a grand jubilee and are in a perfectly safe location. Buy your shoes of Walden. The New Otto—Shines free. Mrs. Alice Foust Is visiting at Peru. Bierman & Heidelberg clothing, at the New Otto. Judge M. B. Lalry Is at Kentland, engaged in s law suit. John C. Ingram, of Indianapolis was in the city yesterday. Miss Christine Marlcert, of the Northeide, is visiting friends at South Bend. Mrs. Harry St. Glair is entertaining Mrs, Ella McBane, of Indianapolis. Henry Wallrath left yesterday for St. Louis, where he will attend the exposition. Miss Grace Winkleb'ieek has re turned from an extended visit, with relatives at Chicago. W. S. Heskill, an instructor of the Chicago Athletic club, is in the city introducing a gymnastic machine. The Democrats of Logansport are happy over the re-election of Thomas Taggart as mayor of Indianapolis. Miss Lynnte Lynch, of Darlington, is the guest of Mrs. G. J. Thorer while attending the Good Templars convention. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lux and Mrs. J. P. Hetherington left this morning for a visit with friends and relatives at Chicago. The State Federation of Labor, now in session at Marion, elected Charles E. Carter, of this city, chairman of the committee on resolutions. While at play last Tuesday Willie, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Simons, of the Westside, fell and sustained a fracture of the right arm. Rev. N. Gillam and wife, who have been the guests of J. B. Winters and family of 116 Eight street, returned yesterday to their home in Richmond, The Ladies' Industrial club went to Maxtnkuckee this morning for a week's social session. While there they will be guests at the Shroyer cottage. Mrs. Alice Geary returned yesterday from South Bead. She was a delegate to the state convention of the W. C. T. U, and reports having a very pleasant time. On account of repairing the boiler of the Logansport Furniture manufacturing company, the factory was closed the fore part of the week, but resumed operations today. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Bradley, residing south of the city, are entertaining a number of their friends this afternoon, in honor of their thirteenth wedding anniversary. The Logansport Oil and Gas company has arranged for a special train to Peru with the Wababh railroad tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The fare is 50 cents, and everybody interested in oil is invited to take advantage of the low rate. The following members of the English Lutheran church left today for Auburn to attend the syn- odic convention which convenes In that city tomorrow, Rev. E. B. Shaner, F. S. Wipperman, Mrs. Edna Graham and Miss Anna Hildebrandt. The dance given by the employes of Ash & Hartley's furniture factory last evening at Dolan & McHale's hall proved a decided success. The boys netted 140, which amount will be presented to Will Berry, their comrade, who lately suffered the loss of four fingers of his left band. In driving fr^m the city to various parts of the coun&y it is notlcable that i ong stretches of road are being J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. ° 322 Market Street, LoginspGrt, Indiana. Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters Boys' Children's " «( (l -MACKINTOSHES. Fall and Winter Underwear, Hats and Caps, Shirts, Sweaters, etc. Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear. Children's Department Complete ; We hare used our BEST JUDGMENT, and the utmost caution in the selection of our present FALL STOCK, and undoubtedly have the finest line of goods, in all departments ever offered the citizeiis of tkii county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. "We vrill be glad to show goods, and are satisfied we can save you money. Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. 3 '< STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR AMUSEMENTS. BROWNIES! No Advance of Prices tor this Great Attraction. C. B. Jefferson, Klaw * Xrlanger's WorM Famous Production. PALMER COX'S The Only Company! The Original Company! The Same Big Orgaaization of --¥3* PROPER— witnessed in Now York. Chicago, Indiiw apolifi and other Large Cmei. AH the Remarkable Features. The Flying Ballet, Palmer cox, the Brownie Man, The Oriental pallet. The Wandering Minstrels, The Marvelous Komalot, etc. Seat Sale Opens Monday, Prlceu 25c 50c. "60 and (I. No higher. Speciil train from Peru for this Great traction. At- An< What It Is Doing at Its Meeting •t Marlon. ) D OL ^' S o pBI «- HOUSE. At Marion yesterday the State I * Federation of Labor decided to meet' Thursday Night, Oct. 14. next at Terre Haute. Resolutions were passed urging an enforcement ot the law relative to he vestlbullng of street cars; condemning the action ot the sheriff and his deputies in killing the marching miners in Pennsylvania, and urging their prosecution upon the charge of murder. Among other petitions and resolutions were: Against the affiliation with the state and national or- _anization of Chinese laundrymen; against the establishment of a print- ng office in the prison south; demanding the enforcement of the irison labor law by prison officials; to lave the garnishee law repealed; favoring the postal savings bank, and against the bill to license bankers. GREAT IS INDIANA. We Have the Best ot Ererythlng and Continue to Accumulate Worthy Laurels.- Indiana is a great and famous tate. It has the oldest inhabitant, he oldest Mason, the oldest Odd Fellow, the oldest {twins, the heavl est man, the greatest natural gas belt, the fastest trotting horse, the champion middle-weight pugilist, the swiftest sprinter, hens with a capacity of two eggs a (lay, the greatest oil wella, and the best system «f schools. Recently another laurel came to the Hoosler state. We now have the most honest man. Monrovia, Ind., has a citizen who returned his pension because he was cured of his ailment, and It is also said of him that he refused to enter a residence he had built until ail the workmen had been paid. EXILED TO SIBERIA, The largest stock of drugs, patent medicines and painta ID the city at Ben Fisher 1 !! drag store. covered with a thick coating of gravel. This excellent move Is comparatively a new one and it deserves to be encouraged In every way possible. Followed out each year it will soon give tie county first-class roads in every part. Sugar Beet Farmers. The farmers in the western part of Fulton county held a meeting last spring and decided to give the sugar beets a test. Seed wa? ordered and they now have fine crops. They are juhilant over the prospects of future profits. Enough of the product has been sent to Purdue to be tested. Starke county beets show 16,75 per cent sugar and 98.5 purity, and it Is believed Fulton county will make as good a showing. The soil resembles that of Nebraska, where the beets are raised. U. R. K. of P. Sotlce. Thursday night, October 14th, Is the regular meeting night for Logan Division No. 26. Important Dusiness to be transacted. All Sir Knights are ordered to attend. W. S. NEJT, Capt. S. P. AISTDEBSON, Eecorder. Hood's Pills Are gaining £»Tor rapidly. Business men and travel- lers carry them in vest pocket*, ladles carry ll.tm In yiui««, hcoMkccpen keep «hw in nwdidni cloMM, Irteiidi neommuut tb*m to trUndi. S«. Wonderful Story Begins Issue of tbe Pharos in This The Pharos begins today the publication of a story that is bound to please aud instruct everyone ,:ho reads it. "Exiled to Siberia" tells of the exciting yet terrible experiences of two American college graduates who were wrongly made political prisoners In Russia and sentenced to the Karia mines in Siberia. The story was written by William Murray Graydon, who recently won the attention and admiration of the literary world by a serial story, published in a New York paper, celebrated for its literary discrimination. Every Pharos reader should start in with the opening chapter tonight. Autumn Excursion to Cincinnati vto 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 ol 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 Cincinnati. , TV Cue • Cold ia One Dsj Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists .refund the money il it fails to core. 25o. For sale by Ben Fisher. THEL First National Bank, £»ocui»i»ort, India**. CAPITAL $250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PRESIDKMT, W. W, ROSS, CASHIER, J. P. BROOKMETER, ASST. CASHXKR. DIRECTORS: A. J. Murdook, W. H. Brlnghurn, D«nnii Uh',8, 8, RIOC.B. F, Yantii. J M. jUrwood. W.T. Wilaon. in nil its and careruJly done. Safety to Customers Department* promptly and iiookholdort Strong BeierveJPund Maintained. tfcCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BORE* .H. CHICAGO. Smoke the Oolmnbi*. cigar FIRE PROOF. One block frum C, K. I. tc P. L. S. &. M. S. K*llro*4 depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the bouse 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 cliss r-istaurant in connection. WILLIAM AkCOY, Owier aid Proprietor. THR City National Bank. LoGAiCSPOET, IxD. CAPITAL ...... $200.000 (TEAT, President, I. X. CKA.WFOBD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOTTLEB, Cashier. -DIBECTOB8— John Gray. I.*f. Crawford. J. T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. B«lu A. P. Jenka, W. C. Pmoock, I*aac Shidelei, Goo. w. Funk and John C. lagna . Loan money OB personal aad security. Bar and pel] Government bond*. eoUawm . of deposit*, when deposited sir month* ; S per cent per annum wheat left one rear. Boxes in gafanr Deposit ViwK*, for me keepiu of valuable paper*, rented at from t* to tu per rear. Ereo catarrh, thrt dreftded breeder of consumption, niMtuttM to «b« tttBf Innutnee* or Ttibmft Beteo- trleOll.

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