Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 18, 1897 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, October 18, 1897
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"We're Out-talked Often, Out-done Never." The Hub's Best Is Best. You men who know what, fine fabrics are— and what fine tailoring is, can find just what you]want in Suitings or Top Coats ready to wear, in our line from §7.50 to 15.00 and §20. 'Tisn't the ready made you find in other stores, its tailor- made, of tailors weaves, with tailors finish and tailors fit. The price is the difference. Keady-made prices. We make a feature of fineness, make a study of perfection, and we have made a success ot catering to those who want the best, to you! We've those short English Walking Coats. Perhaps you thought you had to go to a merchant tailor to get 'em. We've got Top Coats tnat are made with those fashion wrinkles that are not found ready-made elsewhere. We've dozens, scores, of new and exclusive garments that we've turned out in our own work shop, and that you cannot buy anywhere else. 50 Cents. What do you say to this, 25 dozen of nobby'colored bosoms, Shirts with a separate pair of link cuffs with each shirt at 50c. Boy's sizes also. Our Children's Parlor Is loaded with the best, and all the novelties in double seat and knee pants suits are here, Captains and Governors, you know Given away free one handsome Coat and Hat Eack with every §20.00 cash purchase. Come and get a ticket. THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. BY NAME, TRY J^J ^TOtiriCJ) THElviERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For^Surt, 01? Overcoat '3.e Makes Stylish Garments. Dalny by Nature .Is Miss Daisy Allen. A Plucky Woman's Determination to Collect a Debt—Lifted the Debtor's Watch on the Street. Joe Koss, employed at Kenneth, and Daisy Allen, employed at the Cunningham restaurant on Railroad street, opposite the Panhandle station, had an altercation on Broadway, near Fourth street, about 8 o'clock Saturday evening, over the possession of a watch, and boih were taken to police headquarters. It appears that Ross had borrowed «1. 75 trom the Allen woman, fie promised to make the loan good "after pay day," but failed to put in an appearance. Their meeting on the street Saturday evening was accidental and approaching Daisy grasped his watch chain and lifted the ticker from his pocket, declaring that she would not return It until he had paid the money due her. There was a struggle, Daisy screamed, and the police appeared. A crowd was attracted by the woman's screams and followed the outfit to police headquarters. Ross admitted that he had not paid the loan, and was released on the promise that he would go out In town and borrow enough money to pay Miss Allen and redeem the watch. An hour passed, and as Ross had failed to appear, the plucky woman was discharged. She took the watch with her, and there is little likelihood of Ross redeeming It, as It Is thought to he worth no more than the amount of the loan, and for the further reason that the man from Kenneth had another time-piece in his "other pocket" when the "lift" was made. INTERESTING DR1M4.TIC EYEST, All Work Guaranteed, 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to •fhe Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stock $100,000. fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange. <C *w?furnish our customers daily market re- -nortB over our private wires in thlBCity. we -HjspiictCully aoncit your patronage tnrougn •bur local ojrreBpondenw W. W. Miltier C. O. Heffley, <i. A. R. JU>Kan«port. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Peru Oil Stock It yon w<vm to buy oil shares in the variou Peru Oil Companies call ai Branch of Peru Oil Exchange. KoomB 6 » nd s Masonic Temple. •Call On-< James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. -OeBtral TelephoneSST>. MutunlTetephone_lS6 insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class companies. Money to loan 6 per cent. S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKRR9 T1LBPHONH - 0«oe. «. Kro«ger. i train. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property cab on SRTH M.VHLSRY, _a04 Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of *» and upward ' n £r£?0n sums over *500 6 percent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fit«™ clothes made. Cleaning and repair- injrneatiy done. See him. .324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET DpeUirs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. GEORGE W. EODEFEE. <Real Estate, Loans. ^^^ Bought, Sold or Exchanged, Money to Loan •rod oflMarket street Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. GITY Buy your shoes of Walden. The New Otto—Shines free. Isaac Baer spent Sunday at Peru. Blerman & Heidelberg clothing, at the New Otto. Will Greed, of Columbus, Ohio, vis Ited here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lux have returned from Chicago. Mrs. Joseph Wller has returned from a visit at Chicago. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orr, of the Southside. Mrs. Will Parkin and daughter, of Boone, Iowa, are guests of Mrs. John Alber, Mrs. M. B. Kline has returned from an extended visit at Buffalo, N. Y. Charles Slegmund, jr., hag returned from a business trip to Toledo, Ohio. Grand opening of the St. Joseph's church bazaar this evening at St. Joseph's hall on Second street Railroad employes running into Chicago can borrow money at lowest rates, at 911 Fort Dearborn Build- Ing, 134 Monroe street, Chicago. Frank Edwards, Herman Hieber and Miss Clara Williams, the artist are uow in the employ of Byron Gordon, preparing designs and mechanli- cal drawings. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Hefferman was held at 2 p. m. yesterday from the family residence at Lucerne. Interment was made In Mt, Hope cemetery, this city. A number of young people were entertained Saturday e Toning by Miss Anna, Lui, at her home on Eel Elver avenue, in honor of Miss Manly, who will leave this week for a month's visit at Greencastle. Thomas Wilder, secretary of the local, civil service board, has posted notices of the next examination for the grades of clerks and carriers :ln the postofflce service, which will be hfiild on December 4th, beginning at 9 o'clock. Samuel Shuey, residing north of the city, paid fine and costs aggregating 128.50 in. 'Squire Lalng's court Saturday for having a fish net in his possession. The find was made by John Fox (nol; our John) after he had been Instructed by Deputy Fish Commissioner Hlllebrandt. "The Nancy Hanks" at the Opera Home Tomorrow Sight. Among the most interesting dramatic events of the year in this city will be the appearance of the charming comedienne, Marie Jansen, and Frank Tannenill, jr., at Dolan's opera house next Tuesday, in the brilliant comedy success, "The Nancy Hanks." The play was written by Frank Tannehlll, jr., one of the stars, and It was one of last season's greatest successes. The name might imply that the play has something to do with the great Queen of the Turf, perchance a story of the track and the paddock, but It has not. It is true that Is possesses the famous mare's three greatest attributes. It is sterling in quality and coursing through Us veins is the finest blood, the very elixir of its kind, and like "Nancy" in track parlance "It gives every one a run for his money," and again like Nancy it sets a pace that others can attempt, but none can stay the mile at the killing gait. Aside from these attributes there is nothing to remind one of the trotting queen. "The Nancy Hanks" is simply the name of a gold mine, and a salced one at that. It is a comedy of the highest order, clean and wholesome in its humor and replete with originality. The possibilities are wonderful and they are afforded to as clever a company as will travel this season. Among the players are Messrs. Harry Beresford, Clayton E. White, F. W. Caldwell, Miss Pauline Fletcher, Miss Jessie Bradbury, Mrs. 1?, A. Tannehill and Miss Dorothy Chester. Free Entertainment. A free entertainment will be given Monday night in Progress hall under the auspices of Wabash lodge ".So 1831, Knights of Honor. Following is the programme: Overture—Chas. Morehart. Address—Mr. T. Michels. Duett—Misses Lena and Maude McKee. Recitation—Miss Merl Nethercutt. Piano solo—Master Fred Miller. Imperial Quartette — iSchleiger Burke, Chase, Howell. Recitation—Miss Franklin Stewart, Duett—Little DeHaven Twins. Violin solo—Prof. Cope. Solo—Miss Plna Watts. Recitation—Miss Era Lang. Solo—Charles Elpers. Solo—Charles Burke. Trombone solo—Mr, Joseph Rem bush. The entertainment will close with a dance. Painful Accident. Thomas JSlahoney, foreman at Ash & Hadley's furniture factory, sustained an ngly cut across his forehead Saturday while at work In the factory. He was in the act of throwing a belt from a machine with stick, which he had picked from the floor. The belt caught the stick in some manner and hurled it upward with terrific force. The stick struck Mr. M. diagonally across the forehead laying the flesh open to the bone. Dr. Jordan dressed the wound. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Fall and winter shoes at Walden's. Ladies' dress shoes $1, at the New Otto. Judge Baldwin Is at Boston on professional business. Corae to St. Jospeh's church bazaar to relish a good supper. Elmer Tippett, a machinist employed at Dolan's shops, is on the sick [1st. Jeweler Hank and family Snndayed with Walter McCrea and family north of the city. Huntington has a new paper, The Sunday Morning Tribune, by Loftln & Zimmerman. Rev. EL. Semans, of the Broadway M. E. church, is confined to his room by Illness. The ladies of St. B-idget's church will give a bazaar at their hall, beginning Tuesday, Nov. 23d. Charles Kumler and family.of Peru, Sundayed in Loeansport with Mrs. A. H. Landis and daughters. Mrs. Martha Woods, of Star City, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Smith, on Bates street. Claud Zook.an old Logansport boy, now employed on the Chicago Record, was in town Saturday on business. Mrs. Lizzie Powlen and young daughter, have returned from Kokomo, where they visited relatives. J. L. Moon has located at Lincoln, Neb. While here he was employed by the Singer Sewing Machine company. The insane men, Kale, Watts and Barley, were committed to Longcliff Saturday by Sheriff Homburg and bis deputies. George Epplng, the tinner, who fell from a scaffold at Longcliff hospital Thursday, is still confined to his bed. James Anderson, formerly a clerk at ihe Barnett hotel, and later of the St. Nicholas, Lafayette, is in town calling on his friends. Frank Brice, John Downey and Peru White are each serving a sentence of ten days in the county jail. They were intoxicated. The sewer on Broadway, extending west, from Fourth street to the alley thence north to the main sewer on Court street, has been completed. I want to buy 125,000: good notes and judgments. I want to loan, to good people, $50,000, on mortgage, or personal security—Geo. B. Forgy. Work on the foundation of Fred Behrens' oew residence, to be erected at the northeast corner of Linden avenue and Elm streets, was begun this morning. T. J. Whaley, of Lima, Ohio, and W. A. Kunkel, of Chicago, who were here for a week or more leasing oil lands for the. Cud-ahey company, left town Saturday. Thad Planck drew 27 cents from the City National bank Saturday. The money represented the balance of a deposit made in the Logansport State bank fourteen years ago. J. M. Douglass has gone to Dubuque, la., to loin John Himmelberger and party, of Morehouse, Mo., on a trip from that point down the Mississippi river to New Orleans. Miss Jessie F, Cummings is showing this season a magnificent line of pattern hats and millinery of every description, and will have, in fact, an "OPENING" the entire season, Your inspection is invited. Lafayette Courier,Saturday: Alex Deets and wife wen* to Kewanna today to spend Sunday with Mrs D's grandparents. From there they will go to Logansport to visit Mrs. D's sister, Mrs. Robert High tower, who has been quite ill. The following gentlemen from out of the city attended the Catholic Benevolent Legion meeting last evening at St. Bridget's hall: Messrs. Thomas Burke, Kofcomo; J. C. Pierce and W. S. Margowski, oi! Delphi; J. A. Langdon, of Tipton, and Mr. Kruger, of Plymouth. While in the city they were guests of Mr. and Mrs Edward Tworney, of 1825 Market street. Nervous Liver and Kidney Troubles and Palpitation of the Heart— Appetite Poor and Could Not Sleep. "For nearly 10 years I hare been troubled with my liver and kidneys and palpitation of the heart, and was nnder the doctor's care most of the time, I could not lie on my left side. My appetite waa poor and I could not sleep. In January the grip confined me to the house. I was veiy low and was attended by the very best physicians I could get. IB seemed as though nothing would help me. In March I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. In less than a week I could get a good :txight'a sleep. I continued taking Hood's Saraaparflla and I »m now able to lie on my left side which I had not been able to do for yeans. My appetite is good and I have (rained in flesh and strength." MBS. NICHOLAS MAAS, Independence, Iowa. Hemember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Best— in lact the One True Blood Furi- Cer. AH druggists. n,glifor>5. Get Hood's. " J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 1 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters Boys' " " "• Children's " -MACKINTOSHES. Fall and Winter Underwear, " " " Hats and Caps, " Shirts, Sweaters, etc. [," Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear. u tc " 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 ot goods, in all departments . ever offered the citizens of this county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. "We will be glad to show »nr o-oods, and are satisfied we can save you money. Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. KISSING May Result in the Transmission of. D OLA1T8 OPERA HOUSB. WM. DOLAJI, MAKAQiR. Diseases, But the Oscalfttorj Practice Indulged in Until th« End of the World. be A NIQHTOF LAUGHTER. [TUESDAY. OCT. 19TH, Tannehill's Comedy THE NANCY HANKS, . Mood'8 , »• To kiss or not to kiss Is the subject of a rather spirited discussion in this and other cities just now. It was started in Boston, where women members of a health association have begun a campaign against the oscillatory practice. The campaigners argue that kissing often results in the transmission ot diseases from one person to another. Women, they say, are given to kissing each other on the lips indiscriminately whenever they meet on the streets and elsewhere, and thus liable to scatter disease germs broadcast. The kissing of babies by strangers Is also condemned for the same reasons. So far as Is known nothing has been said in either this city or Boston against the kissing of a pretty girl by a good young man after they have plighied their troth. Such games as Copenhagen and postofflce, however, which are played at church sociables in the country solely for the opportunities fcr indiscriminate osculation presented thereby, are strongly condemned. In this state a kiss caused a strike the other day. A young man kissed a girl- In the same shop and be was discharged for bis act. His 200 fellow-workmen protested that his offense was not sufficiently serious to warrant his dismissal, and when the employers refused to reinstate him they struck. This is not the first time that a kiss has caused trouble, nor will it be the last. The Dread Diphtheria. Diphtheria has made its appearance in various Indiana cities and appears to have assumed a more malignant form than usual. This suggests the expediency of exercising the greatest precaution in such matters. The rules of the board of health should be strictly observed and only by an observance of such regulatiuns can the spread of the disease be prevented. Any violations should be punished to the extreme extent of the law. Only by such methods can an epidemic o'f diphtheria be prevented . __^_^___^ Man? Barns Bnrned. During the last month tnaoy mysterious fires have occurrerl in the vicinity of B'lora. The flrea are nearly all confinpij to barns, and ag many as twenty of these buildings have been destroyed. In no case is it known fora certainty how they originated. The farmers are organizing to protect their property. Police Board Meeting;. The board of Metropolitan police commissioners will meet tonight when the suspension of Desk Officer Schreyer by Sergeant Morris, for alleged insubordination, will be Investigated!, Card of Thanks. Michael Heenan and daughter desire to return their thanks to their neighbors and friends for the sympathy and kindness shown them during their late sad bereavement. notice. Oass Council No. 42, Order of Chosen Friends,meets Tuesday evening. All members are requested to b« present. Smoke the <3olu»bl» cigar _^. \ A Story ot a Salted Gold Mln« Presented by the Comedienne, Marie Jansen, the Distinguished Actor-author. Frank Tanhill, Jr. and an exceptionally clever company. Hear Janson's ! Merry SongB. I Muiic, Laujrhter, Wit. PRICES..25c, 35c,50o, 75c andtl. Seats on sale at JoMton's drug store. THE. City National Bank. LOGANSPORT, IND. CAPITAL.. $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWIEB, Cashier. -DIRBCTORS- John Gray. I. N Crawford. J. T. Elliott. Dr. W, H. Beli. A, P. Jenkg. W. C. Pennock, Lsaao ShJdeler, Geo. W, Funk and John C. Ingram. Loan money on personal and collateral security. .Buy and sell Government bondf. Will pay 2 per cent per annum on certificate* of deposits, when deposited six months; S [tor cent per annum when left one year. Boies in Safety Deposit Vault*, for fate keeping of valuable papers, rented at tram 16 to $15 per year. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREh .ft. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. B. I. & P. and I,. S. tc. ML 8. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $73,000,00 hive just been completed, and the house .now offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, ilectrkr light and steam heat In every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner tod Proprietor. THR First National Bank, t, Indlaaa. CAPITAX 1250,000 A. J, MTJKDOCK. PKESDDEHT, W. W. ROSS, CASKDSB, J. F. BROOKMETER, ASBT. CASKCCB. DIRECTORS: A-J. Murdock, W. H. Bricglmm, Denni» T7hi, B. S. Rice. B. F. Ytntii. i If. iirwooO. W. T. WUwn. Banking in all it* DepkrtmMic* inromptlf d earcniUy done. and earc Safety to sought for. Outomen ftad ttocikbokton The population of KOBM, Italy, *. br the cenn* of laat S«pt*nib«r. «T,172. There io« nor* than MO totwoo plantation* «t th* eut oOMt of *»- Mid mttr

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