Experience To go Below Us in Price, is to go Below Us in Quality. Some Surprise for You We want to show you a kind of clothing that you won't find in another store m Logansport. Perhaps better than some of you hare any idea is made up, ready to wear. It's the kind that yon would credit to the custom tailors. The kind you'd think would cost twice as much as it will. The kind the mast particular dresser will find satisfactory. Fall of fashions, whims, full of quality, full of bestness, 'til there's uo room for fault finding. We've got these up-to-date exclusive styles in Suits and Overcoats because we make them ourselves. Our work rooms are manned by the cleverest talent in the country. We haTe brought n't down to the' -fine point of perfection. We import direct from the looms, the lates March, 1896, •weaves in the newest paterns. There Positively can be Nothing Better Than the Garments We Turn Out. HOW OILS FAILS. on an Oil Blciffion. Farm >ear And all this fineness is in our grades from ?7.50 to §18.OC "We're not talking to your purses, but to your good judgement "We're not talking a saving in momey, but an increase •quality and satisfaction that many will buy. in tb We win patronage by deserving it. If you wan the best go to-^ta-—-^ THE HUB, Harry Fraik's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street lor 50c Underwear, and White Body Fancy Front Shirts, with extrs •Cuffs, the best in Logansport at "THE HUB." Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Kor A Suit, or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to The Kqul table Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Sl:ook 1100,000, fully paid. Members \ ot Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, | . We rurniiih our customers dally market ro- ,5port8 over ijur private wires In this city. We leepeotfullf solicit your patronage through our loc»i correspondents W. W. Milner- '(£. A. R. Building. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. INSURANCE Of all Kinds "Written by GEQ. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY Patrolman Wright list. la on the sick Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bond« written In first class com- Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. CJNDRRTAKRR8 Galli promptly attended to Day or Nt»ht, nil Broadwaj. TILIPHONB — OWoe. OT. Kroeger, 1« t train. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on SRTH M.VRLxSRY, —304 Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of $25 and upward 'nterest on sums over 1500 6 per cent. HENRY WE8ER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well nt- tlng- clothes made. Cleaning- and repair- Ing neatir clone. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET 'Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. &EOBGE W. EODEFE& «eal Estate, Loans. Bought, Sold or Kichanirod, Money 1:0 Loan «n mortgage or personal security. Call on me •r writ« tome at No. &1 Bel River »v<Muo,e«t •ntd.otptftrk«t itroet bridge.; Mrs. Joha Ludwig will spend Sunday ED Peru. Jacob Keller is erecting a residence on the Westside. Mrs. C. W. Finch and daughter Alice are visiting at Chicago. Kev. Father Mark, of Fort Wayne, is aow chaplain of St. Joseph's hospital. Several candidates were initiated last evening by Orient lodge, F. and A. M. Mrs. S. M. Blassingham is entertaining Mrs. J. C, Blassingbam, of Chicago. Bead our large poster in this paper and then come to the Golden Rule next Monday. Miss Laura Bopp, who was shot by her jealous lover, Charles Ward, con tinues to improve. The residence of John Herman, at Camden, was slightly damaged by fire yesterday afternoon. Miss Fay Ralston, who was bookkeeper at Wulden's shoe store, has gone to her home at Hebron. Wilbur Tomllnson and wife are down from Chicago visiting Mr. Tom- llnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D,W. Tomlinson. Llacoln Gripe, the Panhandle engineer, is entertaining his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gripe, of East Germantown. Mrs. J. D. Ferguson and brother, H. W. Mordhum, of Fort Wayne, have returned from an extended tour of the east. A delivery horse for Ray Bros.' meat market ran away on Market street yesterday afternoon, but, no damage was done, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glvens, of Helm street, entertained a company of friends Thursday evening at cards and dancing. Luncheon was served, j A small audience witnessed the Bluflton Chronicle: "The William Ogle farm In Nottingham township, which was formerly the banner lease in the Wells county oil field, is now only an ordinary producer. The eight wells nave run the same course that all others run, and now they are producing but thirty barrels a day. When a con.pany of Bluffton specu lators owned the lease in 1895 they got from the eight wells 360 barrels of the crude a day, and that was about the average production when the company sold tbelr property to Joseph Casper, of Toledo, in One month after M Casper made the purchase he disposed of the lease to C. M. Coghlln who is the present owner, for $40,000 Not coly has the present supply of Oil been constsntly falling off, but the price has been falling oft also. In J895 the price ranged between 56 cents and $1 per barrel, the average being about 70 cents during the time the Bluflton company owned it. For ihe past, six months the price has been 42 cents, so that the farm that once paid 1252 per day now pays but $12,60." ADDITIONAL LOCALS. OS A TEAR. Fonr Lorely Drunks Before His Honor This Morning. Joseph O'Day, Eckey Oahlll and U. S. Lining, well-known citizens of this city, and Fred Smith, of Columbus, Ohio, were before his honor this morning;, charged with indulging too freely in that which makes a man foolish and wild. Ulysses Lining has a beautful eye, painted in various colors. All the gentlemen were escorted back to the bastile, to await the expiration of their ten days' sentence. WATCHING THE SKA YE. Ttiards Now Employed to Prerent Graff Robbery. The relatives and friends of the ate Charles Ward, Dr. Cowgill is quite sick. Big sale at the Golden Rule. Read the large poster in this paper. Headquarters for wall paper—Logansport Wall Paper Co., 307 4th at. It is said that hunters are already shooting qaalls in many parts of the county. J. W. Bussard, the letter carrier, is spending his vacation at Lake Manltou. A case of mounted birds was yesterday presented to the high school by the J.T. Elliott wholesale grocery firm. Royal Center Record: Elden Snyder, ot Logansport, is the new cutter for John Stout in his meat market. October 29th, next Fridey, will be Arbor day, when every progressive citizen is expected to plant shade and fruit trees. Cloaks, dress goods, underwear, etc., are to be slaughtered in this great sale, commencing Monday, at the Golden Rule. Couches, lounges, cobbler seat rockers,marqueterie mahogany tables at Cummingg & Morgan's, corner of 3d and Broadway. Parties who are boring for oil at Mexico, Miami county, are having trouble. They worked In 500 feet of water for several days. I. N. Cool and family will occupy Dr. Allen's residence on North street, lately vacated by Edward Emerick, who has removed to Plttsburg, Kansas. Another company is being organized at Royal Center to bore for oil. The first well will be sunk west of town. The others were drilled to tbe north and east. There was a big flre at Peru Thursday night. The Murden livery barns were destroyed. Twenty horses perished in the flames. The loss is Detween $15,000 and $20,000, with nsurance of only $1,500. The Lngansport oil and gas company reports collections a little slow, ilany persons who subscribed for stock have not come forward with their •»•»»•••»•••••••*»••••««••••••••«••••»••••••••••••»•» J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. Loganspcrt, Indiana. J: » ;; 322 Market Street, Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters Boys' " " " Children's " " " -MACKINTOSHES. I 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 citizens of this J county, at very Lowest Prices. J Call and see us. "We will be glad to show onr f goods, and are satisfied we can save you money. * Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory, t »»»»+»••»»*••»»••*•»»*•»»••«»*»»»»»*•»»••»•»•»••««««• Our Grand SATURDAY NlfiBT OFFERING Tonight, Tonight —AT THE— Golden Rule. AMUSEMENTS. money, although some of them are who attempted i the loudest talkers irj favor of i^. murder and suicided a few days ago, mema tely boring for oil. lave employed a guard to watch over he grave. Whether the home jalent Is suspected or others rom abroad is not known, nor as to how long the grave will be guarded. The authorities hint that an unnecessary precaution s being- taken and anticipate no rouble from ghouls. A Big Burlesque Company. When the curtain Is raised upon A "World of Pleasure" at the opera house Monday evening the audience will Instantly realize, 1C one may udge from the advance reports, that he promises of the Rentz-Stanley Novelty and Burlesque company ave been amply kept. Following he first named review will be a arnlval of vaudeville novelties, the ntertainment closes with the latest ensatlonal up-to-date creation, : Paradise Irj Hades." The Rentz- antley company has always beec oted for its array of beautiful women, and it is safe to announce no eviation In this instance. Special cenery is carried and every at- ention paid to detail. Minor Court Matters. The following administrators were ^pointed: Ellas Newman of the estate of Mary Hoffman, deceased: Henry Unger of the estate 01 Jacob Unger, deceased, and Banna Roach was appointed administratrix of the estate or Nancy C. Roach. Will H. Porter was appointed guardian of the minor heirs of Oliver H. Porter, deceased. According to the Inventory of Otho Conrad, guardian of the late David Humphrey, the latter's estate now amounts to $11,058, and consists of personal property. Adamsboro Gas and Oil Company. At a meeting of the above company, held October 19, 1897, it was ordered that all subscriptions not paid on or before November 1, 3S97. will be declared forfeited. Subscriptions will be received by 1. 3f. Crawford, treasurer, or by myself, at the county treasurer's office. C. M. CTJSTER, Secretary. Kid GloTes Tonight at special prices. f l kid gloves in black and colors Tuxedo) tonight, 75c. •1.25 kid gloves in all shades and ilack, tonight, 95c. GOLDEN RrLE. George English, the colored man from Marion who was arrested here upon the charge of stealing a banjo, was discharged. It was found that the colored friead and brother who made the complaint was short in bis account with English, and when the latter left Marion he took the banjo with him. The Rochester Sentinel has come to the conclusion that the day of the county fair,is over. There was a time when the rural fair was useful to the pioneer farmer, but with our experimental stations giving out frequent bulletins containing valuable information in regard to varieties and their mariner of cultivation the progressive farmer loses interest in the hap-hazzard display usually found In the present day agricultural hall. Tne affidavit made by Louis Luetgert, the Chicago alleged wife murderer, that he did not kill his wife , was sworn to before M. F. Sullivan, a notary public, who Is an old Logaun- port boy. He is now connected with Judge Vincent. Luetgert's counsel,in the law business, and is said .to be making encouraging progress. He is a brother of Tim Sullivan, Panhandle night yard master, also of Miss Sullivan, cashier at McCaffrey's Sixth street grocery. The ladies of the First Presbyterian ctiurch gave a coffee last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Boyer, corner of North and Eighth streets. There was a large attendance, A musical and literary pro- gramme was rendered to the delight of all. There was a duet by Miss Pryor and Miss McNltt; piano solos by Miss McMullen and Miss Finch; recitations by Misse* Blanche Elliott and Josie Sumption; solos by Miss Edna Stevens, Miss Irene Barker and Mr. Ed Rea. presentation of "The Broadway Girl" at Dolan's opera house last night. Some of the specialty work was very good. It is said that a certain grocery firm in the city makes a practice of keeping open on Sunday mornings. The case is attracting comment among other grocers and the law may be called into .play unless a change la noticed. Elks' Minstrels. All persons who expect to participate in the Elks' minstrel performance are requested to be at the lodge room ali 2:30 tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon. J. E. Me MILLED, Musical Director. Of Democratic Origin. It should be remembered that tho city electric light plant is of Democratic origin. It was planned by a Democratic council and its construction begun by them. Oh, How Thankful Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned—Wonderful Results of Purifying the Blood. '•' A very severe pain came in tny left fcnee, which grew worse and worse, and finally a sore broke out above the knee. It discharged a great deal and the pain from my thigh down was maddening. Large, hard, purple spots appeared on my leg. I suffered in this way for years, and gave up all hope ol ever being cured. My wife was reading of a case like mine cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and she advised me to try it. I began tafeing it and when I had used a few bottles I fonnd relief from my suffering. Oh, how thankful I am for this relief ! I am stronger than I have ever been In my life. I am in the best ol health, have a good appetite and am a new man altogether." J. P. MOOBS, Lisbon Falls, Maine. Sarsa- S parilla Is the best—in fact the One Trne Blood Pariner. Hood's PUt« cure ill Urer ills. 36 cents. Having purchased the entire s'.ock of ready-made skirts from a manufacturer, at a great discount for cash we are able to give you great bargains in this line, which we will offer you tonight. Bead These Few Items. 150 full width ready-made skirts; some come in brocades,some in plain, nicely lined, velvet faced; would be considered cheap In a regular way at II.75 and 12; tonight they go at 85c. 200 new '97 fall skirts, made of figured brilllantines and plain serges and novelty cloths. The§e skirts are worth from $4.50 to $5, and they go tonight for $2.48. One lot of silk skirts, in the new fancy brocades, the newest out; lined as silks should be Ifned, and worth up to 18.50. They go tonight at $4 50. tndervrear. 120 dozen oi' men's heavy ribbed underwear, thickly fleeced, the regular 50c value, all stzei, shirts and drawers, tonight, 25c. Children's heavy fleeced ribbed union suits, in ecru and grey, all sizes, tonight they go at 25c. Cloaks and Capes. • Tonight we will offer you special bargains in the cloak department 100 new ('97 model) ladies' jackets, in plain kersey and rough boucle astra chan, naif silk lined, a grand bargain for tonight, $4.95. 125 new astrachan boucle jackets with the new sleeve, all silk lined would be a cheap garment for $10 tonight we will offer you these for 16.48. We also have a nice line of capes and collarettes, which we will offer at special prices. Scbmitt & Heink T\OLAN'B OPERA HOTTUB. •*-' ^M. DOIUAH, MANAGER. \ i MONDAY, OCT. 25th, '97, THE FAMOUS AND GHEATEE KENTZ-SANTLEY Novelty & Extravaganza Co. 30--EQropean and American Arttate-SO In the New Operatic Extravaganza, A World of Pleasure, A Brilliant Carnival of Vaudeville Surprise* and tbp Great Bin: Success. P&radiM la Had<M. All brand New and CJp-KKlate. Gorgeous Co«tumes, Matmificent Scenery, Handsome Women, Pretty Kaoos, Lovely Forma. PRICES..25c, 35c,50c, and 75c. Seats on sale at Jonsron's drug stor». THR City National Bank. IND. CAPITAL ...... $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CKAWPORD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWIJSR, Cashier. -DIRECTORS— John Gray, I. N Crawford, J.T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Beli. A. P. J«nk§, W. C. Pennock, Isaac Shldeler, Geo. W. Ftonk and John C. Ingraa . Loan money on personal and collateral gecuritr. Buy and sell Government bonds. Win pay 2 per oeni per annum on certificate* of deposit B. when deposited six mcnthi; I per ceni per annum when left one year. Boxee in Safety Deposit Vaults, for sate reaping of valuable papers, rented at from 6 to US per year. UNDER ADYI5BMEST. The Schreyer Case Heard Last Night bj tbe Police Conunigglonen. The case against Officer Schreyer, brought by Sergeant Morris for insubordination, was beard in the police commissioners' court last night and taken under advisement. The decision will probabJy be made Monday. Badly Beaten The Logansport High school foot ball team was badly beaten at Frankfort yesterday, the score standing 40 to 0. The Frankfort team Is made up of members of old college teams. To Cure » Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure. 25o. For sale by Ben Fisher. Help Wanted—Male. AGESTS get fifty nenta on the dollar;no experience necessary. Write for agent's outflt. Addreas The Catholic News, 5 Barclay St. New York. A CTlVJt MAN for permanent, pleasant poifr •**• tion. No experience or capital required. $13.00 a we»k. Address Sarrr COMPASY itzc Chestnut gt, Phllada. Smoke^the.Colnnbift cigar, fcCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREh .fS. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from c. R. I. ic p. and L. S. dc M. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 have iust been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found in any lotel, including hot and cold water, electric ight and steam heat in every room. Rates 75 centt per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, Owner tad Proprietor. THH First National Bank, CAPITAL $250,000 A. J. MtJRDOCK, PRESEDIOT, W. W. ROSS, CASHDJB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, Assr. CASHIXB. DIRECTORS: A.J. Hurdock, W. H. Bringhnnt, Dtaali UhJ. H. 8. Sloe, B. f, Tanda, f 1C. .Janroo*. W, T, Wlljon. Bankinc in all it* and carefully done. Safety to Cnitomen aooghc for. Strong Keterve.Fund Maintained Department* prompt! r and nookhaldcr* Bicycle riders, football players anl itnletes general/, find a •orereigu emedy lor tbe ipraini and brulte* and cati to which they »i* eoutmtly lable, in Dr. Thorn**' Sdeetrie Oil.
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