"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 yoiTwant 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-rnade 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 separata pair of link cuffs with each shirt at 50c. Boy's sizes also. Oar 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 them. Given away free one handsome Coat and Hat Rack with every $'20.00 cash purchase. Come and get a ticket. THE HUB, tiarry Frank's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. ASSIGNMENT or Edwin M. Waldeo, Dealer, the Shoe To Prank M. Klsller— Assets $12,500; Liabilities $14,000. Edwin M. Walden, the Fourth street boot and shoe dealer, assigned this morning to Frank M. Kietler.the attorney, for the benefit of his creditors. The assets have been placed at $12,500 and the liabilities at $14,015. The preferred creditors have been named by chattel mortgages as follows: Helen floes, of Albany, N. Y., aunt of Mr. Walden, 12,365; Minnie Walden, his wife, $2,750, and S. Walden, of El wood, his cousin, 11,400. Total, 17,015. There is an unsecured indebtedness of *7,000. The rallure of Mr. Walden was due ,o dull trade, and a demand upon the oart of his relatives to secure them by mortgage for money loaned him. Us embarrassment is deeply regret- ied by a large circle of admiring friends, who are hopeful that he may be able to arrange his affairs satifac- torlly and resume business at the old stand. An appraisement of the stock was begun today by L. (J, Pilling acd Wm. Brown, both practical boot and shoe men. •THE BROADWAY 6IBL" Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For A- Suit or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments. be Presented at the Opera Friday Sight. flons ADDITIONAL LOCALS. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to Che Equitable Produce and Stock Bxchanffe. Capital Stook $100,000, fully paid. Members of ConnoUdRtoa Produce and Stock Exchange, We lurnish our customers dally market reports over our private wires in this city. We jrespeoteully solicit your patronage through Mur loc&l correspondents W. W. Milner «i. A. B. Bnlldlngr. Ind. •Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and BroadwaT Intuwnoe and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bondi written In first class com paolet. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St, Kroeger & Strain. 'UNDRRTAKRR8 •Galli promptly attended to Day Or M*bt. 818 Broadway. TSLBPHOHH — Offloa. W. Krovget, 1« ttrmin. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property oali on rSRTH M. VRLiSHY, —SW Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of J25 and upward interest on sums over 1500 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well nt- tjnsr clothes made. Cleaning and repairing- neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET over Bruggeman's Millinery Store- GEORGE W. RODEFER. •*+•'+' Real Estate, Loans. . . vn4.rt|IUrk«t itnet bridg*. PITY NRW3. L. L. Dale, of Frankfoit, was In the city yesterday. Miss Jennie Myera, of Flora, Is a guest of Mrs, Alvln Denbo. Mrs. Martha J. Paugh has returned from a visit at Elkhart. John Doe settled with the mayor yesterday morning- for a plain drunk. The little daughter of George Maibec, of the Westslde, still continues critically 111. Bert Longwell, who is attending a mealca^college at Louisville, Ky., is In the city on a visit. Mrs. Earl Stewart and Mrs. Elizabeth Yaw, of New Concord, O,, left yesterday for a month's visit at Madison, Neb. Mrs, W. S. Newhall and son George, who have been visiting relatives here, have returned to their home at Cleveland, O. The late Peter E. Studebaker left an estate worth one million dollars, all of which goes to his widow, children and grandchildren. Railroad employes running Into Chicago can borrow money at lowest rates, at 9U Fort Dearborn Build- Ing, 134 Monroe street, Chicago. Lou Campbell and George Woods, two small boys, who ran away from home, have returned. They got as far as Minnesota, Texas, where they were quarantined. Mr. Michael Heenan, of the Westside, and daughter Mary, have broken up housekeeping. The latter will leave In a few days to enter the St. John school at Tlpton, Ind. Notwithstanding the inclement weather of last evening, a fair crowd was present at the St. Joseph bazaar. Fornofl's orchestra was present and added much to the Interest of those present by lively discourses of music during the evening. Kev, £. L. Semans is at Anderson attending a reunion of his regiment. Before returning he will attend the meeting of the Northwest Theolog- cal institute at Wabash. The institute will examine twenty-five undergraduate members. The natural gas company at Cicero, Hamilton county, shut off the supply from its seventy consumers, a few days ago, because they refused to pay an Increased rate. The company was originally made up of many citizens, but a few men now own the stock. A new comedy surprise, "Th Broadway Girl," will be presented a Dolan's opera house Friday night: The author of "The Broadway Girl" gives an amusing, well-tolc story with a plot. Col. S. Pot Cash makes a will leaving $200,000 t his adopted daughter and dies short ly a'terwarda. The will is taken fo a love letter and sewed in a hat as joke. A tramp witnesses the act aud knowing what the paper is vain ly tries to steal it thnughout the play. • Comic complicaGloas grow ou of this incident and serve to intro duce a great many capable artists who have made hits in their line.aoc who have been brought together fo the first time in "The Bowery Girl.' Principal among them are Delmor and Wilson^ the popular comedians surrounded by such well known per formers as Waldo Whipple, Al H Weston, John H. Gibbons, Walle and Waller, John G. McDowell anc Alice Harmon. Anoka Xewslets. Nice fall weather. All we need is more rain. Anoka has got to be quite a business place. We have got a blacksmith and barber shop grocery store and postofflce. Now all we lack Is a saloon. We ha^e Dunkard meeting every two weeks George P. Dykeman has gone to farming again. Wheat sowing is about over with corn shucking will be the next work for the farmers to do. On the 14th Jacob Ullery and Tilley Hahn joined heart and hand as man and wife. In 1900 give us Silver Bill, and give us sliver quick and we will make McKlnley sick. "BUCKEYE. 1: fforse Than a Typographical Error. A Peru young lady tound a purse in church and notified the pastor that she had it, so if anyone reported its loss it could be returned. The next Sunday the pastor made the following announcement from the pulpit: "Someone lost a purse here last Sunday evening, and if the owner wants the property he can go to Helen Hunt for it."—Wow! Will Bore at Lucerne. An oil and gas company Is being organized at Lucerne, Harrison township. Edward WhitfleJd is the moving spirit in the enterprise. Up to noon yesterday about f 1,100 bad been subscribed. When the amount reaches fi,300 or«i,400, a well will be sunk just south of Lucerne. A Question. Editors Pharos: Why don't the city work the tramps, plain drunks, etc., on the streets in sweeping the same, and make them work out their fines, Instead of laying it out in jail at an expense to the taxpayer. CITIZEN. Chas. Brig<js is visiting relatives at Monticello. Ghas. Williams, of Marion, is visiting in the city. Mrs H. G. Manlove is at Kokomo visiting relatives. James McKague went to Chicago today on business. Miss Maude Walkins, of Peru, is visiting in the city. Miss Bessie Stouffer has returned from a visit at Peru. Edward Stoker, of Danville, Ills., 1? visiting in the city, Miss Lillie Bowman has returned from a visit at Wabash. Miss Olive Pieraon has taken a position at the Trade Palace. The Nancv Hanks" company went from here to Frankfort. Mrs. J. D. Ferguson is enjoying the sights at Washington, D. C. S, B. Boyer went to Grand Rapids, Mich., last night on city business. Money to loin—Large or small amounts.—C. O. Fenton, 222 4th st. Frank Felker has returned from he east greatly improved In health. Mrs. George Crashaw and Mrs. E. B. Jones are at Chicago on a visit to friends. Mrs. Laura Butterworth is at Bor.- nettsville visiting her father, James Marvin. Mrs. Clinton Baker, of Elwood, who has been visiting here, returned home yesterday. The work of excavating for the Craig building on Sixth street was begun yesterday morning. Licensed to wed: William A. Beauchamp and Mist Gangwer, B. K. Victor and Lue Kistle. Good girl wanted—Good wages paid o one giving.satisfaction. Apply, with references, at J3Q3 High street, Mrs. Eliza O'Riley, of LaOrosse, who has been visiting Mrs. Montfort, returned home yesterday. Miss Bennett Illng, Fred Seden- burg and Dave Harbaugh, of Kokomo, spent Sunday with Miss Emma Hupp. G. S. Price and family of Plymouth, having concluded thefr visit with Logansport friend", have returned home. Miss Stella Morris, assistant instructor in stenography at Hall's business college, has returned from a visit at Peru. While Senator Turpie was in Evansville last Saturday he stated to his friends that he would be a candidate for re-election. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, of Indianapolis, a daughter. Mrs. Ryan was formerly Miss Minnie Shanahan, of this city. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Judge Chase ruled for the plaintiff in the case of B. Scnnadig & Co. vs. Mandel Dlamondstone. 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. Mrs. Edward Winters, who has been visiting relatives and friends in the city for a few days, returned yesterday to her home at Rochester. The lady managers of the Home for the Friendless, numbering nearly a dozen, took dinner and spent the day with Mrs, E. L. Grable, ID Bethlehem township. The interior of Geo. A, Schaefer's blacksmith shop is handsomely decorated. The boys did It while George was at Lexington, Ky., attending the races. ( In paying your subscriptions for the Pharos, require the collector to give you a receipt, made out at this office. In this way you can always be sure your account is kept straight. Council meeting tonight, The electric light committee will recommend the purchase of certain rna- jhinery and the fire committee will eport on a combination horse and jhemlcal wagon. Miss Jessie F. Cummlngs Is'show- ng this season a magnificent line of iattern hats and millinery of every escrlption, and will have, in fact, an 'OPENING" the entire season. Your usoection is Invited. Judge Brownlee, of the Marlon Circuit court, Is taking high rank as divorce judge- One day last term e disposed of thirty-eight cases in ne day, and last Friday he summarily wound up forty additional "THE SA!»CY HANKS" A Genuine Comcdj Treat Last Night, at Dolu's Playgoers who were absent from the opera house last night missed a rare treat. "The Nancy Hacks" is a jewel among high class comedies. There is a laugh In every line and a roar In every situation. There Is just enough "giddy" life exposed to give the piece a good flavor. Frank Tannehill, jr., author of the play, appeared In one of the leading parts.. He is a very clever actor, but no better than either Clayton T. White or Harry Beresford, other members of the cast. Miss Marie Janson, a metropolitan favorite, appeared as Pearl Dodo. Sbe sines well but acts better. Mrs. F. A. Tannehill is an .ideal old lady character actress. As Aunt Hetty Evergreen, she is perfection. Miss Jessie Bradbury is possessed of a beautiful contralto voice, but is not at all graceful. She should cue the skirt dance out of her specialty. Miss Pauline Fletcher acquitted herself admirably as Frances Lake wood, tLe newest woman." Miss Dorothy heater gave the character of Zona a realistic touch of modesty that was charming. The engagement was not a profitable one. The company went from here to Frankfort. A Big Pay RolL The pay roll of the Himmelberger- Luce Tisnd & Lumber Co., of Morehouse, Mo., for the month ending Oct. 11, for labor, etc., amounted to 120,203.89 Mr. Isaac Himmelberger, of this city, is at the head of the company. Smoke the.Ooluxibia cigar TERRIBLE TORTCKE Inflicted Upon 8yd, the Big Elephant, Belonging to Robinson & Franklin. At Greenville, N. C., Saturday Syd, the big elephant, belonging t Robinson & Franklin's circus, whicl exhibited here a year age, becam enraged and nearly killed his keeper The animal has been guilty of pre vlous offenses, and it was determined to severely punish him. After being securely chained, he was belabored with clubs, pitchforks and other in struments of torture. This simply Increasad his rage. Finally, as a las resort, patches of straw were placet upon his body and fired. He repeat edly put out the blaze with earth but in the end, when his hide hung In strips of three feet In length, h was released and gallons of vaseline poured upon his wounds. He still re mained unconquered. Adrertised Letter List List of advertised letters remaining In the postofflee at Logansport fo the week ending Oct. 18, 1897. GENTS. Mr. George Ammons, Walter Gib son, Mr. Bills Kendall,! Mr. Ralph Wnite. LADIES. Miss Gertrude Grant, Miss E. H Lambert, Mrs. Lucretia Robin«on Miss Ollie Wilklns. Persons desiring to obtain any o: these letters, will please say adver tised. V. C. HANAWALT, P. M. AMUSEMENTS. The Pastimes Win. At Noblesvllle yesterday the Pas time Athletic club foot ball team, of this city, defeated the Noblesville team, the score standing 12 to 0. Tbe Pastimes were made up as follows: Left end, Cragan; left tackle, Downs; left guard, Keene; center, Rollins; right guard, Henry; right tackle, W. Allison; right end, Osborne; left half back, Gordon; right half back. M. Ellison; quarter back, Benica: fullback, Routh. There is a letter of inquiry at po- ce headquarters from a Mrs. Ward, f Erie, Pa. She has a son Charles nd she Is anxious to know whether t was he who suicided here Friday vening. A reply was forwarded, nich wiJI allay her fears. This is the time of the year when he autumn leaves are gathered from he ground with many ahs and ohs. 'hey are taien home and for the ext six months every book in the ouse has its autumn leaves. The Abies are covered with them and he walls are pasted with them and ext spring they will be burned and hen next fall new leaves will be gathered. The leaves at thia time re as handsome as ever, bat some gay hey never have been colored BO jeautiiolly. Eel River Railroad Company. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Eel River Railroad Co. will be held atjthe office of the company, at Butler, in the State of Indiana, on Wedneiday, Nov. 10, 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. P, W. SMITH, Sec. October 9, 1897. D OLAITSOPKKA HOU8B- • • • • Friday Night, Oct. 22. l Bush and Fljnn'« Sparkling- Comedy Surprise,. <^_THE^v BROADWAY GIRL, Introducing Delmore and Wilson and a hott ol others. 18 Favorites 18 An Avalanche of H'MQ JL Whirl wind of Mirth. , Music. Beauty an 1 Dancing-. Deknore and Wilson. Al. H. Weston, John Waller. Waldo Whiple, Jno Stevens, H. F. Weeks, Harry Graham, Alice Hanson, Judte Miner. Kitie Countia, May Oountis, Ltua Waller. M«r LeGrand. Ed Lewie, L. 0. Smith. Prices—25c 35c 50c 75c and II. THR City National Bant LOGAXSFOKT, IlTD. CAPITAL $200.000 Joss GHAT, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLKB, Cashier. -DIRECTOHS- John <?r*y. I. N Crawford. J. T. Klllott, Dr. W. H. Bell. A. P. Jen*», W, C. Pennock, Iaaa« SWdeler, Geo. W. funk and John C. Ingram. Loan money on personal and collateral security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Will pay I per o*nip*r annum on oertiflottc* of deposits, when deposited six months; * per cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults, for sale eepiHg of valuable papers, venWJ at (6 to lib per year. Miss Minnie Bennett will leave shortly for Springfield, Mass., to spend the winter. Scrofulous Humor Blood in a Terrible Condition and All Run Down In Health —Has Become Strong and Healthy. "I was all run down, blood in terrible condition and I was troubled with a severe ocrofoloos humor which caused me great suflering. I took medicine for a Idng time, but received no permanent benefit. At thia time I was working in a general store, and I thought I would look over the medicines and see if I could Sad something that would hit my case. I read an advertisement of Hood's SarsaparillA and concluded to try it. The first bottle helped me wonderfully and I continued Jts use until I had taken nine bottles. By this time J felt like a new man, and since then have not been sick a day. I »n> n<m strong and healthy and I have «nch confidence in Hood's SftisaparflU that I recommend It M the best medicine on emrtb." JOHN J. LITTLE, Monnsville, N. T. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best—in fact the One True Blood Porlfler. Prepared by C. I. Hood ft Ox, Lowell, Mass. S are tfie Bert «aer^nnn*r McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREN .fS. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block Ironi C, K, I. A; P. and L. S. A: .TI. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the house new- offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hat 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. Exiled to Siberia A story of the exciting yet terrible experiences of two young Americans who were made political prisoners in Russia and sentenced to the Kara mines of the Czar. This original, copyrighted story, written by the rising young anthor, Wm. Murray Graydon THE. First National Bank, Indfaam. CAPITAL $250,000 A. J. MTJRDOCK, PHBSIDKHT, W. W. BOSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASBT. DI&BCTOB8: A. 3. Mordock. W. S. Bring ham, Dmnit UhJ, ». B. Eloe, B. P, YanU*. 1 H.Jwwood. W, T. Wflaon. nJdn* in all it* DepartoMiiM proasptij and carefully done. Safety to CnitooMn and ought for. 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