Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 19, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 19, 1897
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"We're Out-talked Often, Out-done Never." The Hub's Best Is Best. You men who know what tine fabrics are— and what fine tailoring is, can find just what you'want in Suitings or Top Goats ready to wear, 'in oar 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. .Ready-made prices. We make a feature of fineness, make a study of perfection. and we have made a success of 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 Jink 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 bore, Captains and Governors, you know them. Given away free one handsome Coat and Hat Kack with every $20.00 cash purchase. Come and get a ticket. POLICE DOINGS., Report of Capt. Foley Board. to the Police The Suspension of Officer Scnreyer Will be a Special Order Friday Erenlng, THE HUB, Harry Fraik's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR For : :He Makes Stylish Garments. THIS FALL ...... Suit, or Overcoat All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to ••The RqultKblo Produce acd Stock Exchange. Capital Stook $100,000, fully paid. Members •of Consolidated Produce and Stook Exchange, "Chicago. W e lurnish our customers dally market reports over our private wires In this city. We rapectru 117 solicit your patronage through "Our local correspondents W. Miltier «. A. H. Hullrtlnjr, Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. *E torsi ° Pern Oil Stock C. 0. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY NRW3. Buy your shoes of Walden. The New Otto—Shines free. A. J. Robinson is at Indianapolis on business. Thomas Brown is visiting friends at Lafayette. A meeting of the board of metropolitan police commissioners was held last night at the law office of McConnell & McConnel) on Fourth street. There was little business of general importance to consider, and after approving the report of Capt. Foley for the month of September, the board adjourned to meet again Fridaj night, when the case of Officer Scbreyer, who was suspended by Sergeant Morris for alleged insubordination, will be considered. The report of Capt. Foley showed the following: Capt. Foley, arrests, 1; assists, 0; Sergeant Morris, 2-18; Patrolmen Desm, 1-6; Shelton, 4-6; Houghton, 1-2:; Kleckner, 3-0; Miller, 9-0; Nading, 4-0; Webster, 0-1; Liming, 4-0; Burch, 7-8; Costello, 2-9; Graham, 4-0; Wright, 0-0; Schreyer, 1-0. Time lost by patrolmen—Webster, 7 da,ys, sickness; Houghton, 6 days, absent on leave: Dean, 1 day, sickness. Total number of arrests, 60. Days, 17; nights, 43:. White, 57; colored, 3. Male, 55; female, 5. Occupations of arrests-—Clerks, 3; farmers, 1; laborers, 30; merchants, 1; plumbers,!; painters, 1; printers, 2; proitltutes, 5; railroad men, 7; saloon men, 6; tailors, 1; clgarmakers, 1; moulders, 1. Offenses for which arrests were made—Assault and battery, 4; carry- rylcig concealed weapons, 3;maintaining a nuisance, 1; disturbing the peace, 4; drunkenness, 17; gambling, 6; likrceny, 2; keeping gambling devices, 1; keeping house of ill fame, 1; shooting with intent to kill, 1; vagrancy, 1; violation liquor law, 4; violating bicjcle ordinance, 1; prostitution, 4: public indecency, 5; provote, J; loitering, 2; insane, 2. Acquitted, 5; continued, 20; fined, 16; sentence suspended, 7; bound over, 1; dismissed 4; committed to jail, 6; delivered to sheriff, i. Number of persons given lodgings in the jail, 7; expenses, $5.12. Expense of department: Pay roll, $719.14; sundries, 125.15. Eeceived for liquor license, 13,140. Personal property reported stolen, $58; recovered, 133.00. Number of saloons last report, 52; new ones, 2, Total, 54. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. 6AS BELT TROLLEY LINE Tf you w*nt to buy oil inares in tlio vartou Peru Oil Companies call ai branch of Peru Oil Exchange. Room« «hnd S Masonic Temple. Call On ^ " James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. •Central Telephone S85. Mutual Telephone 186 lEUiiranoe and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bond* written In first class com- •panle*. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDB.RTAKHR8 CalU promptly attended to Day or NUrtt, 818 Broadway. TBLBPHON1 — 0«oe. M. «traln. M. If You Want to Borrow Money Oo City or Farm Property call on SRTH M. VRIiSRY, —304 Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of f 25 and upward 'ntere*t on sums over fSOO 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe* flrrt class work. Stylish and well fitting-clothes made. 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. RODEFEB. Blerman & Heidelberg clothing, at the New Otto. William Winters, of Rochester, is visiting in the city. Attorney Walden, of Elwood, is in the city visiting relatives. Rev, B. E. Shaoer, of the English Lutheran church, now resides at 122 Plum street. H. E. Palmer, agent for the Mutual Life company, of Peru, was in town yesterday. W. D. Taylor, of Peru, la in the city on business connected with the Terre Haute Brewing company. Mrs, Bertha Endee, who has been the guest of Sol Brandt and family, hai returned to her hume at Eaton, Curtis Closson, a patient at Long- clill, died yesterday morning. His remains were shipped to Lafayette, his former borne, for burial. Fire in the vicinity of the Seven Sections Is causing the residents of Hoovers and the farmers of thut vicinity considerable uneasiness. The brick aid cornice work on the front of the new Geiger building on Market street has been completed. The design is new and handsome. W. I. Shearer and family visited in Huntington Sunday. Mr. Shearer and son returned home yesterday, but his wife will remain several days longer. Elwood Record: Chas. K, Allison and sister, Miss Blanche, and Miss Sadie Price, of Lugansport. were the guests of Miss Grace Bassett over Sunday. Indiana Is prepared to make another payment ol $200,000 on the permanent debt. Tie finance 7 board will meet shortly to authorize the payment. Carl P. Swain, at one time tele- Will Soon be In Operation Between Anderson and Marlon. The Union Traction company, which is building the electric trolley line between Anderson and Marion, expects to complete the work and have cars running between these points early in the spring. Between Anderson and Alexandria the grading is done and the road will be ready to run over by Dec. 1. The private rlgat of way for ten milis between Alexandria and Fairmount has been secured, but no grading done; the five miles between Fairmount and Jonesboro are graded and the rails are now being laid, and the six miles between Joneaboro and Marion are now In operation. When completed the line from Anderson to Marlon will be tlilrty-three miles in length, and after getting out of the corporation limits of Anderson and Marlon is built entirely on private right of way. The road ts being built in a very thorough and substantial manner, and the friends of the enterprise are confident it will be a paying one, as It will connect by an electric line six of the most important points In the gas belt territory. The line parallels the Big Four railroad and that road announces that It will meet the competition of the electric line by putting on a dummy train and establishing stations at short intervals. Fall and winter shoes at Walden's. Ladies' dresa shoes $1, at the New Otto. Mrs. William Dodd, of High street, lis quite sick. Esquire Fender has returned from a business trip to Frankfort. Miss Louisa Huntoon, of Chicago, is visiting Weutside relatives. Jtfiss Mary Hammond, of Marlon, spent Monday here with relatives. Eastend Pleasure cluh masquerade ball Thursday night, at Dolan & McHale's hall, Mrs. F. M. Williamson,wife of the Panhandle engineer, is visiting at Cleveland, O. Good girl wanted—Good wages paid to one giving satisfaction. Apply, with references, at 1302 High street. Richmond Item: Frank Owen returned to Logansport Sunday evening, after spending the day with his parents. Bob Fitzsimmons will be at Wabash next Saturday afternoon and evening and will give his show at the opera house. Several of the boys expect to go up and see the champion. Rev. B. E. Shaner, F. H. Wipperman, Mrs. H. W. Graham and Miss Anna Hildebrandt have returned from Auburn, where they attended a meeting of the English Lutheran synod. Rev. T. S. Guthrie,of Indianapolis, former pastor of the DniTergalist church here, passed through the city yesterday afternoon on hla way to Chicago to attend the general convention of his denomination. The Cass County Horticultural society will meet in the north court room Saturday, Oct. 23d, at 1:30 p. m. Members are requested to bring specimens of fruit. By order of executive committee.—A. E. Flory, secretary. B. C, D. Read, local agent for the New Fork Mutual Life Insurance company, yesterday delivered a check to Mrs. Catherine Wise, covering the amount of the policy taken out Dy her husband, the late Solomon Wise. It amounts to several thousand dollars. The police found a bicycle ontside of Crawford's hardware store Friday night, and took it to police head quarters for safe keeping. The bicycle proved to be the property of A. P. Jeoks. After repairing the bicycle a man employed at Mr. Crawford's store set it outside, expecting Mr. Jenks would call for it. REAL ESTATE Reported for the Pharos bj Sotfc «. AUtractor. D OLA5T8 OPERA HOU8B. WM. DOLJLX, KAVAOBB- A Arthur L- Moynihan to Jos. S. Craig— Part of lot 21, J. Tlpton's 1st add, e side of 6th st, s of North 8t. $100. Anna E. Sweet to Andrew J. Conn and wife — Part of sec 23, Boone tp; 60-100 acres. $400. Lucas S. Fultz to Andrew J. Conn and wife— Pare of sec, 23, Boone tp. $400, Christian Gugle to Edward M. and Mary B. Burton — S w J s e J sec. 31, Boone tp; 40 acres. $1,000. Edward a. Dalzell to George H. Allen— Lot 7 N. W. Stevens' add to Lucerne. $70. John P. B. Updegrafl to John E. Fuller— Lot 5 block 1 Gallagher's Barron Place add, aHelm st. $2,120. John A. Fuller to Florence E, Fuller— Pt sec 33, Boone tp; 13 acres, $520. Geo. A, Allen to Edward H. Dalzell— EJ lot 31 23 add to Lucerne. $40. Elizabeth H. Humes to Andrew J. Conn— Pt lots 15 and 16 M. E. Washburne's add to Royal Center. $275. Catharine Yost to J. Charles Wilson— Lot 33 Whiteside's 2d add . $400. John H. Lux to Elizabeth Wiese — Lot 25 Wm . Henke's add, Southside. $775. LAUGHTER. TUESDAY. OCT. 19TH, Tanoehlli's Comedy THE NANCY BANKS: • A Story of a Salted Gold Mine i Presented by the Comedienne, Marie Jansen, the Distinguished Actor-author. Frank Tanhill, Jr. and an exceptionally clever company. Hear I Jan sen'e I Merry Songs. I Muele. Laughter, Wit PRICES. ,25c, 35c,50c, T5c and $ l. Seats on sale at Jbnston'g drug store. KLECTBIC ROADS. From 1 Celebrated Comedy. The sparkling effervescent qualities of Frank Tannehil, jr.'s comedy, "The Nancy Hanks," in which Marie Jansen and the author himself wil appear as stars at Dolan's opera house tonight may be readily imagined Two Companies Wish to Build Kokoms to Burlington. The commissioners of Howard county have been presented with petitions by two companies for right-of- way over the wagon roads leading from that city to Burlington for the purpose of building an electric railway connecting the towns of Young America, Burlington and Kokomo. The Interest of this is intensified by the probability of the Indianapolis, Logansport and Chicago road going through the west end of the county and threatening to take much trade away from Kokomo. The Kokomo Tribune says "the Burlington-Kokomo road would check this and would also be a convenience greatly appreciated by Howard county people. The ultimate purpose is to take in all the towns in the county, BuBBiaville, West Middleton, New London, Alto, Bldgeway and Poplar Grove." THE. City National Bank. LOGAXSPOET, IKD. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHX GRAY, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Prc«. P. R. FOWLER, Cashier. -DIRECTX) RS- John Gray, I, N Cravrford, J-T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Bali. A. P. Jenfcs, W, C. Pennoct I»aa« Shideler, Goo. W. Funk and John C. Iwrram , Loan money on personal »nd collator*! security. Buy and sell Government bond*. Will pay 2 per etni per annum on oertifloa»e« at deposits, when deposited six months; > per cent per annum when left one year. Boxes In Safety Deposl* Vault*, tor sale keeping of valuable papers, rented at from |5 to 115 per rear. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREN .ft. CHICAGO. Notice. Charles S. Albert, D. D., of Philadelphia; S. B. Barnltz, D. D., of Des Moines, Iowa, and H. E. Wieand, of Three Elvers, Michigan, will be present at the English Lutheran church this evening at 8 o'clock to conduct the services. A most interesting address may be expected from Dr. Aibert, president of the board of home missions of the English Lutheran church. All persons Interested in Christ'an work and especially the members are invited to be present. The Knights Entertain. As usual the entertainment given by Wabash lodge No. 1831, Knights of Honor, at Progress hall last night was a complete success. The pub- ished programme was carried out to the delight ot the audience. The entertainment closed with a social dance. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. II. I. A: p. and L. S. A: HI. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing ?75,000.00 hive just been completed, and the house now offers ev«ry 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, Shepherd-Gallagher. The wedding of Mr. McClellan Shepherd and Miss Josephine Gallagher will take place at 9 o'clock on the morning of the 2Sth. A reception will follow at 11 o'clock at the Gallagher home on Helm street. Miss Gallagher is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher, and is employed as a saleswoman at the Trade Palace dry goods house. Mr. Shepherd wa,s at one time employed at the Trade Palace as floor walker. He is now traveling for a wholesale drug house. from the following opinion of a west ern critic: "Like a bottle of 'extra dry' champagne, freshly uncorked •The Nancy Hanks' sparkles and bub bles over with the effervescence o fun. The only marked difference li that there Is nothing dry in the taste or flavor of the play. Every membe of the company is a utar, tmd each adds to the general fund o' hamor. Real Estate, Loans. , Boufht, Sold or KlchaoB«d. Honey to Loan •on montage or pwwnai Monritr. Call on me •*r write to me at No. U Bel KiT6r TOBU».ea«t -md ofJMarket itreet bridge. graph editor of the Logansport Journal, was in town last night. He IB now a traveling salesman for S. F. Bowser & Co. The Elwood Hunting club, in a special car attached t« the Chicago train, passed through the city this afternoon on their way to the northern wilds for their fall hunt. Card of Thanks. We desire to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and neighbors for extending their sympathy and kindness during our late sad bereavement In the death of our father. MRS. GREEK AXD FAMILT. To Cure * Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money li It falls to cere. 26o. For sale by Ben Fisher. Married Thursday. Mr. WillardE. Settles was united in marriage to Miss Ida Smith on Thursday evening at six o'clock, at the home of the bride's piarents, at Fletcher's lake. The ceremony was performed by Eev, Hughes, and was witnessed by the near friends and relatives. After the ceremony an elegant supper was served. Mr. Wlllard Settles is the oldest son of Newman Settles, of Harrison town- sh Ip, and he is held In high esteem by all who know him, while his birlde is the only daughter of Mr, Hank Smith, and she Is a most estimable young lady. This happy couple will go to housekeeping on the groom's father's farm, two miles north of Logansport. May happiness and prosperity follow them, Is the wish or their many friends. Pills Best to take after dinner; prerent distress, aid dige»- tion. cure constipation- Parelf regttiile; do not grips or cmie p»}ji_ Sold by ill drngtirti. » txau. Prep»r»d only by C. L Hood A Co, Lowell, KM*. Attention, St. George Connundery. All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present tomorrow evening at the armory at 8:30 o'clock in full dress uniform. CHAI. RtTHL.Capt. Special Message to Ken. When the deflating fact of Impaired vigor comes home to men the force of tne blow is crushing. They know themselves inferior to their fellows, and they shrink from Ccom- panionship. Their ambition Is gone, and hope with It. When hope vanishes despair takes its place. All this Is without warrant, for these men can be cured. Dr. Greene, the famous specialist in men's diseases, has found the remedies that restore vitality In men. These remedies build up and strengthen, and thousands of men walk the earth today who have been permanently restored to vigorous manhood by their use. Weakness vanishes, hope and ambition return, and the patient is truly a new man. 3r. Greene's glorious discoveries are the safeguard of many thousand homes today. His wonderful Ner- vura a'one has made him famous. Consultation and advice, personally by letter, is absolutely free at the office of Dr. Greene's remedies, 148 State St., Chicago, 111. Wrlie about our case and there will be absolutely no charge for consultation or advlca n either case, whether you call or write. The system of treatment by mall Is perfect, and la absolutely confidential. Exiled to Siberia A story of the exciting- yet terrible experiences of two young- Americana who were aa*d« political prisoners in Russia, and sentenced to the Kara, mine* of the Czar. Thi* original, copyrighted story, written by the rising young author, Wm. Murray Graydon L KM*. | Smoke the_0olonbi* cigar XHR ' First National Bank, Lonutfpart, India**. CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MTJRDOCK. PRESIDENT, W. W. ROSS, CAUHIEE, J. F. BROOKMETER, ASST. CAMZEB. DIRECTORS: .A.J. Murdook, W. H. Uh!,K.8. Hioe,B.jr,Y»nti«. W, T. VflilKm. JJ«nnl» Amrwood. In all Its Depiurtraenti promptly and carefully done. Safety to Ctutomen and itookholder* sought for. Strong Heterve fund Miintataod. Bicycle riders, football plajera sod athleten generaly, find a •ov«nign remedy (or the ipralm and brake* and catn to which they an ooottaotly liable, la Dr. Thorn*!' Beleetrie Oil.

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