Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 22, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 22, 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, Gin find just what you'want in Suitings or Top Coats ready to wear, in our line from S7.50 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. Iteadj-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. 60 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. Oar Children's Parlor Is loaded with the best, and all the novelties in double seat and kne« pants suits are hare, Captains and Governors, you know them. Given away free one handsome Coat and Hat Rack with every 920.00 cash purchase. Come and get a ticket. PERILOUS POSITION Of Migg Barns While a Horse Was Bunnlng Away. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Mrs. Jacob Morebart Thrown the Carriage and Painfully BroUed. From THR HUB, -Harry Fraik's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For .A. ©tiit, or Overcoat tHe Makes Stylish Garments. Mrs. Jacob Morehart and Miss Burns, sister of Patriot Burns, were lurt in a runaway yesterday afternoon OQ the Southside. Miss Burns was thrown headforemost over the dashboard of the carriage. She fell jetween the dashboard and the cross bar of the thills, but managed to obtain a hold so as to save herself from sliding through to the ground. Tie horse is said to have run three Kquares while Miss Burns was in that dangerous position. One of the lines bad been jerked from the carriage, and Mrg. Morehart, who occupied the back sent, seized the other line and attempted to turn the horse into the fence. She had almost succeeded when a party of men appeared In.the street and succeeded in capturing the frightened beast. Its speed was checked so suddenly that Mrs. Morehart was thrown from the carriage. Her rigat knee was badly sprained, and owing to her recent severe illness the injury is doubly severe. Mlgs Burns sustained a severe scratch across her neck, but she was otherwise uninjured. The horse is the property ot Mr. Burns and thii is the third or fourth time that It has run away. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor; to Tk« Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stock 1100,000, fully paid. Members \ •of Consolidated Produce and atock Exchange. | .. We furnish our customers dally market revolt* over our private wires In thla city. We «*peetfully lonoit your t atronage through •our loo»i ojrrespofldwita W. W. Milner- «. A. K. Bullrtlnjr, Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEQ, GONSER^ DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Qver City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwav In»uranoe and Lo»n>. All kinds of Insur- «aoe «nd Bond* written In first class oom- V*nle«. Money to loan 8 per cent. S M. CIosson,319 Pearl St. C. O. Heffley, Insurance,, Real Estate And Loans, 308 Fourth Street. GITY NRWS. Is is Kroeger & Strain. UN D RRTAKRR8 C*Ui promptly attended to Day or Nlfftu, US Broadway. TlLSVHONl — Offloe, St. KroeffOr, IBS tiralo. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property mil On SRTH M. VRUSRY, —804 Fourth Street,— He can make you a Loan of 125 and upward interest on sums over foOO 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, do<« first class work. Stylish and well at- tlnjr clothes made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. Sec him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET •Opatairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Robert Vernon, of Royal Center sick of erysipelas of the face. Leo Healy, of Fords Crossing, very sick with malarial fever. Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn and daughter, of Fords Crossing, are visiting relatives at A*gos. J. O. Harler, of Bunker Hill, is the guest of A.E. Grates and family, of ?[ew Waverly, Messrs. Henry Kramer and G-. W. Conn, of Koyal Center, are on a fish- Ing expedition on the Tlppecanoe. Walter Bishop Is moving his saw mill from here to Walton and will locate In the southern part of that town. The drilling o$the New Waverly oil well is rapidly advancing. A depth of five hundred feet has aliready been reached. Must be closed out, commencing Saturday, the Aaron Greensfelder stock of shoes—Henry C. Willey, 3rd and Market street, Messrs. Henry Buchanan, Alph Spencer, John Tain, C. Dean and Frank Powell, of Ford's Crossing', are on a week's fishing trip at English Lake. Messrs. John E. Redmond, S. B. Richardson and A. J. Robinson, who have been attendlne the session of Royal Arch Masons at Indianapolis, have returned. Flora Sentinel: An insurance man from Logansport, who was in the city Saturday, stated that he knew it to be a positive fact that John F. Johnson, has a paid up life insurance policy of 150,000. One trouble with the electric light TftE THEATRE. "The Broadway Sir!" Tonlfht—The Rente-Stanley Company non- day Might. "The Broadway Girl," the latest and funniest of all musical farce comedies, will be the attraction at the opera house tonight. It is described as a jolly extravaganza, with an abundance of fun and a paucity of serious Interest. In other words, Its purpose Js to divert rather than to engross the attention. It belles the general opinion that a farce comedy cannot have a coherest plot- In point of fact, It has a scheme of interest that runs throughout the entire play upon which Is hung a aeries Chas. Beam is visiting at Indianapolis. Ollle Jenness IB visiting relatives at Walton. Rev. J. K. Walts is at Montlcello to remain until Monday. Mrs. John Rauch is at Kokomo visiting Miss Georgia Duke. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 301 4th St. Mr Henry Eller, of Montlcello, is In tbe city visiting relatives for a few day?. Frank Williams, of Flora, who has been visiting relatives here, returned home today. Miss Minnie Prange, of Indianapolis, is the guest of Sheriff JBom- burg and mother. Master Roth E:eller is at Marin- kuckee visiting his grandmother, Mrs. A. R. Shroyer. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman, of Onward, are visiting Mr. H.'s parents at Noblesville, Tbe case of William Douglass vs. C. M. Hanna et al., is on trial in the Circuit court today. Miss Blanche Bumgarner, of Walton, la entertaining Miss Eugenia Doyle, of St. Mary's, O. A matinee will be given tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the St. Joseph's bazaar. Admission, 5 cents. Mike Grauey got fifteen days in the county jail for assault and battery upon Mrs. Frances, of Eel River avenue. Mrs. David Haas, of Walton, who has been tbe guest of her mother in Kentucky during the summer, has returned. Quite a number of Walton residents started on a hunting trip to Wisconsin, where they expect to remain a month, Mrs. C W. Bowman and son Francii, of Linden avenue, left this morning for a week's visit with relatives in Chicago. G. W. Walters has filed the complaint of Louis Llnge et al., vs. Jacob West fall et al,, to quiet the title to real estate, Mrs. Dr. May Jackson, of Hammond., Ind., was in the city last j J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. ;; 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana* Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters I' Boys' " " " Children's " « -MACKINTOSHES. Fall and Winter Underwear, " " " Hats and Caps, Shirts, Sweaters, etc. Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear. u : (C of specialty performances ot a high order and enjoyable nature. "A WOKLD OF PLEASURE." The Rentz-Stauley Novelty and Extravaganza combination of female loveliness has been secured by Manager Dolan for next Monday evening, and they will be seen on satires upon the latest reigning New York burlesques produced in a glib- tering manner and bringing out every line of folly and fantasy usually found in this style of light and frothy stage wort. "A World of Pleasure" is a burlesque upon the present New York Casino success. while "Paradise in Hadesi" together with "A Carnival at Vaudeville Novelties" are in themselves worthy of the play-goers ducats. evening, the guest of Mrs. George Grauel, of Chicago street. Link Adatrand Miss Dalla Sheets, of Fords Crossing, have returned from a visit with the latter's aunt, Mrs. John Meiihard, of Kouts. John Wirwahn, while at work for J. G. Kistler. of Eoyal Center, took suddenly ill a few days ago and for a time his recovery seemed doubtful. Children's Department Complete We have used our BEST JUDGMENT, and the utmost caution in the selection of our present PALL 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 goods, and are satisfitd we can save you money. \\ Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory, FESStOHS ALLOWED. The Foresters Entertain. There was a very delightful social gathering of the memberi of Court Noble, Independent Order of Foresters, together with their wives and sweethearts last night in the new quarters of the court, the hall in the Bell Mock on Pearl street, recently vacated by the Elks. Games of cards were played in the early part of the evening. Luncheon was then served, after which the time was spent at dancing. I want to buy 125,000; good notes and judgments. I want to loan, to good people, 850,000, on mortgage, or personal security—Geo. B. Forgy. At Royal Center Wednesday Mrs. Frank Ho'lis was arrested upon the charge of stealing a silk waist from Miss Berkshire. The trial will occur Monday. George W, Conn, of Eoyal Center, celebrated his 37th birthday anniversary laist Monday. A large number of friends and relatives joined in celebrating the event. In paying your subscriptions for the Pharos, require the collector to give yon a receipt, made out at tibia office. In this way you can always be sure your account is kept straight. Mrs. Elizabeth Moore celebrated her 73d birthday yesterday at her home near Adamsboro. About one GEORGrE W. BODEFEB, Seal Eistftte, Loans. Bought. Bold or Iteohtiuted. Money to Loan on mortgife or perwnal »eourity. Call on m« •r vrit* to me M No. »1 Bel Hirer n*«aae,«Mt **ttd offlUrket «r»w brW««. plant is that the machinery has never been equal to the needs. From the start the policy has been to buy small, cheap machinery Instead of a large, first-class outfit. This patch work plan has not only been unsatisfactory, but has resulted In a considerable loiss to the city. The editor of the Montpelier Herald, who has had a good chance to learn much about oil fields and oil production, gives It as his opinion that Peru has no future worth mentioning as an oil field. He claims that the city Is surrounded by dry wells, thus showing that only a pocket of oil lays underneath. This he predicts will certainly be eihanat- ed soon by the drain that la dally Templars, The Good Templars will meet tonight in the Jordan hall. There will be an election of officers followed by 'the rendlMon of the following programme: Address—George E. Jameson. Solo—Miss Kate Glasisford. Recitation—Miss Margaret Birch. Short talk—Dr. M. B. Stewart. Reading—Miss Lena Rosier. Address—Horace Stanley. Approaching Nuptials. Tfee engagement of Miss Alpha hundred friends of a the aged lady very enjoyable Hilton to Mr. Homer C. Closson has been announced. The wedding will take place next, month . Miss Hilton is the: charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William HUton, of 2020 Broadway. Mr. Closison Is ac enterprising yuucg business man. He is the leading partner of the firm of H. Closson & Co , the Broadway The Bazaar. An especially delightful feature of the St. Joseph bazaar last nighc was the coacert by the Elkg 1 baia:d. Several new selections were rendered. Solos were played by the leader, Mr. Smith, MJ. Rembusch, Mr. and Mr. Cnarles Smith, and Klenly all ac- were present and time is reported. Mr. Henry Grles, of Linden avenue Is in receipt of a box of beaatlfu large peaches from his brother Frank residing nt Grand Junction, Colo rado, at which place they had a cele bration of peach day, Elva, the 19-year-old daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, of Dee: Greet, died Wednesday evening ai the family residence. Burial services were held Friday morning from ishe Lutheran church of that place. A sou of L, J. Noe, of Winamac was committed to Longclifl hospital for treatment. On the same clay John Lebo, of Winamae, was discharged from the hospital, having fully recovered from his mental lapse. Miss Ella Funk, of Royal Center, was agreeably surprised last Saturday evening. The event was in honor of her sixteenth birthday. A number of her young friends called on her and the evening was passed in social diversions. Mr. and Mrs. George Seward, of Deer Creek, had a narrow escape from being seriously hurt last Sunday evening. While the couple were out riding the horse became frightened and ran away, throwing the occupants out and imfilcting only a few slight bruises, but damaging the buggy considerably. quitted themselves well. The attendance at the bazaar was the geat of tbe week. Hood's Care sick headache, bad m^L • • • taste in tbe moatlu coated ^jf ill £* tongue, gas in the :itotncli, ^^ III S dlitreu nut indigtiitiaii. Do - • • • %^ not weaken, but Jam tonic iffcct. JS etntt. Th# only filli t^ tihlLft witll Htfftd'i Report of Major M. M. Gordon, the Local Agent. M. M. Gordon, pension claim agent, reports the following allowances of pensions: Peter Armonfirout, of Adamsboro, Ind., late a private ot.' Co. C, 51st Ind. Vols., has his pension increased to f 24 per month, fron? June 16th, 1897. Henry C. Pownall, ot Fulton, Ind., late a private of Co. E, 29th Ind. Vols., has been granted an original pension at $6 per month.to date from April 2, J896. Frederick J. Hertel, of this city, late a private of Co. B, 54th New York, original pension of $8 r>er month, to date from August 10th, 1896. Desty M. Brown, widow of David N, Brown, late a private of Co. B., 74th Ind. Vols , 118 per month to date, April 19, 1894. Wm. H. Carter, of this city, late a private of Co. I., 44th Ind Vols., originlal peeslon at $6 per month to date from February 27, 1897. John Conrad, of this city, late a private of Co. B., 128 Ind., Vols., has his pension Increased from $8 to f 12 per month to date, July 15, 1S96. Tlic Search for Healtb. It Is not human nature to be contented with our lot in life, We are all striving to gain something we lack, but the hardest, and seemingly moat hopeless, quest is the search for health by those who are either weak constitutionally or have become run down. The ordinary practitioner doesn't seem to solve the problem of a rundown physical condition. If the patient Is wealthy he sends him on a voyage for his health; if poor, he gives him a "tonic," but the great wellsprlng of health remains untouched and small benefit results. There are remedies for such trouble —remedies potent, safe and permanent. Dr. Greene, famous as the discoverer of Hfervura, ha» found remedies for all diseases of the nerves, blood and body. Consultation and advice of the most skilled physician can be had absolutely free or cost as the office of Dr. Greene's remedies. 143 State St., Ch:icago,Ill. Whether you call or write, consultation Is absolutely free. This Is certainly a great privilege to those who have searched everywhere for health, aud have about given up hops. Dr. Greene's peerless success In discovering remedies for the ills of mankind have given him an enviable place in the hearts of our people. If you are ill, call or write at once. AMUSEMENTS. HOttSB. Friday Night, Oct. 22. Ruth and Jlynn'g Sparkling Comedy BurprlM. •*^_THE~^v BROADWAY GIRL, Introducing- Delmore and' Wilson and a ho»» of others. 18 Kavorites 18 An Avalanche of Fun A Whirl n-lnd of Mirth. Music, Beauty an! Dancing. Delmore Alice Hanson, and Wilson, Judie Miner. Al. H. Weston, Kirte Countti, John Waller. MayCountia Waldo Whiple, Loaa Waller. Jno Stevens, May LeGnind. H. F. Weeks. Ed Lewie, Harry Graham, L. 0. Smith. Prices—25c 35c i50c 75c and II. D OruAN'8 OPKHA HOUSK. WM. DOIiAX, UANAOIK. MONDAY,'OCT. 25th, '97. THE FAMOUS AND GHBATBB KEim-SANTLEY Novslty & Extravaganza Co. So-European and American Artlnte-80 In the New Operatic Extravagant*, A World of Pleasure, A Brilliant Darulvat ol Vaudeville BurprlM* and the Great Big- Sucoem. FaradUe In Hada*. All brand New and Cp-to-daW. Gorg-eous Coitumeg, Haimincent Scenery, Handsome Women, Pretty Facet, Lorely Forms. PKrCES..25c, 35c.50o, and 75c. Seats on sale at Jooston's drug store. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREk .U. CHICAGO. Jtottce. Orient lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M., holds ita regular meeting tonight. There will be work. How to Cook Br*i««d Steak. Three or four pounds of shin of beef. Wash saucepan out with cold water; lay in meat and cover closely for frsvo lonrs before adding vegetables, shaking an to prevent burning. Add 2 carrots, » tamip, 3 onions and some celery oat in pieces an inch long. Let all simmer together for another two boors, with salt and pepper, ilaia a, little thickening of a tablespoonfnl of flow •rtd. add to the steak, with a little burned sugar for coloring. A little sauce ini- ncovee it. •<MT to toftan » Stiff Wftterytwofc A teaspoonrul of best gray lima di«- •olrad in a paiifal of water. Apply this eolation -with a soft cloth to the surface of ifho waterproof, repeating ia three tours, allowing the garment to dry bawagnly betwew the FIRE PROOF. One block from C. K- I. A: P. «nd U S. &. M. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the house now offers; every convenience to be found ia any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric Sight and si:eara heat Ia every room. Rites 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurajit in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner and Proprietor. THH First National Bank, SmokeJtbe^OolanbU cigar L*Kmnrp«rt, CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MUHDOCK, PRKSTOBST, W. W. BOSS,, CASHIXB, J. P. BBOOKMEYEB, ASST. A. J. Murdock, W,, H, .Srincfcnxtt, UbJ,m.8. Hloe, B.Jf. Yantta, I ICianrooo. W.T. WUioa. r in all Hi and cureruilj'<Vx>e. to Cutonin M4 nimni Itimnrrnnii JfitititMl

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