Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 9, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 9, 1897
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Te 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 in Logansport. Perhaps better than some of you have -any idea is made up, ready to wear. It's the kind that yon would credit to the custom tailors. The land you'd think would cost twice as much as it will. The kind the most particular dresser will find satisfactory. Full of fashions, whims, full of quality, full of bestness, 'til there's no 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 hare brought fit down to the •fine point of perfection. We import direct from the looms, the latest "weaves in the newest paterns. There Positively can be Nothing Better Than the Garments We Turn Out. And all this fineness is in our grades from $7.50 to $18.00. METHODISTS The Next Conference Meets ford Cit;, "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. n the We win patronage by deserving it. If you want the best go THE HUB, Harry Fraik's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. for 50c Underwear, and White Body Fancy Front Shirts, with extra •Cuffs, the best in Logansport at "THE HUB." Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Kor A Suit or Overcoat Se Makes Stylish Garments. March 23 With Bishop Charles H. Fowler as the Presiding Officer. The bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church met in annual session at Baltimore, Md., during the past week and fixed the time for holding the various annual conferences of the church and selected the bishops to preside over them. The Northern Indiana conference which met at Eoknmo last March, will meet at Hartford City, March 23 next with Bishop Fowler as pre- 1 jsiding officer, The date is thought to be a little early by a large majority o the elders of the conference and ma be changed to one week later. Blsho Fowler's selection will be baile with delight by everyone in t«h church and by all who are clos enough to attend the conference. H Is one of the greatest men tn Amer lea. His lecture on Abraham Lin coin is a masterpiece, and It Is hopec that he may be prevailed upon to de liver it during conference week. The Hartford City News gives som timely advice to Its citizens, as fol lows: "As the time fortheconferenc is not far distant, the people of tb city should be lucking forward to i with some Idea of preparation forth reception and entertainment of tb four hundred delegates who will be here that week. Tbe conference wll be the first that ever met here and 1 will advertise the city for good o: bad." THE STATE PRIXTIN6. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. 0. Heffley, Successor, to The Kaultable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stock tlOO.OOO. fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, We furnish our customers daily market ro- ixjrte over our private wires in this city, we (respectfully solicit your tatronago through Dur local correspondents W. W. Milner- «. A. K. Bnildlnff, Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. GITY NRW3. 'Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first claiis companies. Money to loan « per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. CJNDHRTAKRR8 Calli promptly attended to Day or Night. 818 Broad-way. THLKPHOSB - Offloe, 8». Kroejer, US M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on —aW Fourth Street.— a« oan make you a Loan of *25 and upward 'oterett on »um« over*500 8 per cent. GEORGE W. RODEFER. •Real Estate, Loans -2^t^ •^rNrrUe^me at No. 31 Eel River avanue.eaat •rnd of ^Market street brltUra. Of all Kinds "Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. P. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Qver City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadvav Central Telephone No Office SSS. residence 345 HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and iveli fitting olothea made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET •Upstairs orer Bruggeman'i Millinery Store. Miss Stella Breckenridge has accepted a position at the Trade Palace. The quail shooters will be out for blood tomorrow, the open season beginning then. Miss Millie Gray, of 1013 North street, has returned home from •visit at Lafayette. Mrs. Maria Stough, of 1109 North street), has gone to Sulphur Spring! to remain two months, Mrs. Caroline Sturkin, of Roches ter, attended the funeral here 01 Mrs. K.UQS, a few days ago. Natural and artificial gas bills should be paid at the company's of flee on Pearl street on or before No vember 10th. The chrysanthemum display this evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Swigart, will attract the attention of a large number of her friends and acquaintances. Mrs. E. Hutchison, the artist, has moved from the Southslde to the third floor of John Alber's building, on Broadway, over Mrs. Dlckerhofl's queensware store. Attorney William Powell and wife have Issued Invitations for their golden weddlog anniversary, which will be celebrated on November 22d, at their home on Michigan avenue, Northside, Mrs. George Wolf, formerly of this city, died last Thursday at her home in Chicago. The funeral was held Saturday morning from St. Bridget's church in that city. Interment was made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Miss Carrie Henderson, of Galveston, Texas, who has been the guest of I. V. Smith and family, nf the Westside, left yesterday for Kokomo and Indianapolis, where she will visit friends before her return home. The funeral of the 15-weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shadeck, of Twenty-first street, who died at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, was held at 9 o'clock this morning from £>t. Joseph's church, Rev. Father Koehne officiating. Interment In Mt, St. Vincent. The Indiana school superintendents, in session at Indianapolis, say arithmetic Is sadly neglected In the schools. It Is said 45.per cent of the failures are In arithmetic and many pupils leave school not knowing how to add. The obaerTation of historical days were recommended. What It Will Cost For Ihe Next Tiro Years. The state printing board believes the contract recently let to William B. Burfoid, of Indianapolis, is the best the state has made in many years. He Is to get 180,992 64. Two years ago the arbitrary bid of Mr. Burford was 113,813.70, and the bid on the basis of the amount used within the preceding two years 178,685 11, but it Is explained that; the printing of the state institutions was not Included in that bid, as it is in the bid this year. The report of the secretary of the state printing beard shows that the actual cost of the state printing and stationery for the years 1895 and 1896 was $125,315.37. The new contract goes into effect at once. Levey Bros. & Co., also of Itidlan- apolls, will receive 112,309.19 for printing the court reports. Anoka Xewslets. The farmers are making good use of the fine weather husking their corn, and they are getting pretty well through with the work. The Beser boys are done husking corn. They have between 700 and 800 bushels. We are hav'ng plenty of rain. It is helping the wheat wonderfully. Mr. and Mrs. Meshach Berry are on the sick list'. Mr. Jog Yernon is teaching the best school we have had for over six years. BUCKEYE. A Pleasant Hint-prise. A very pleasant surprise was tendered Odd Fellows lodge, No. 40, last evbning, while they were assembled at their hall on Pearl street. Their wives and families,bearing well filled baskets, gained admittance to the hall and a very pleasant evening was spent by the members and their families, who partook of the refresh ments presented by the good wives and daughters. The affair was arranged by Mrs. C. D. Herrick and Miss Margaret Goldsbury, assisted by their friends. Sreenstreet-McKee. The marriage of Miss Ada McKee, daughter of Capt. T. Hudson McKee, formerly of this city, and Mr. Abner T. Greenstreet occurred on the ivening of (the 3d at the Metropoli- an church, Washington, D. C., Dr. Hugh Johnson, pastor of the church, >erformed the ceremony. The groom s employed in the pension department. He is a student of medicine also, and may soon begin to practice Attend Walden's bankrupt sale. at Hart- Miss June Aught Is visiting at Frankfort. J. M.-Douglass left yesterday for Missouri to hunt Clucks. W. J. Behm, the railroad contractor, has left for the west. Miss Josle Sumption la entertaining Miss Lillian Axe, of Valparaiso. Lyman Ktlborn, the carpenter, continues quite sick of typhoid fever. Mrs. A. Wise and daughter Mollie, of Chicago, are guests of Mrs. S. Wise and family. Propositions are being considered nfciag to a settlement of the Forgy- Harvey litigation. Mrs. John Gallagher, of the Westside, returned yesterday from a short visit at Kentland. Austin Grubb has arrived from Lafayette to spend the winter with Mrs. Mary Wright. Mrs. W. T. Myers, of the Westside, Is entertaining Mrs. Fred Hopper, of Terre Haute. Misses Fannie Davenport and Laura Shields, of Rochester, are visiting Logansport friends. Miss Belle Hosmer, of the Northside, has gone to Sioux City, la., tc take a position in the Good Samaritan hospital there. The foundation timbers for an oil derrick are about ready at Walton and drilling is expected to begin within the next few days. Mr. Charles Breckenrldgs, of 1105 Market street, is at Montlcello, being called there on account of the Illness of his sister, Mrs. Dunlap. Eobert Manders, delivery clerk at the postofflce, and wife, spent Sunday at Gas City with their daughter, Miss Emma, who is teaching school there. Mrs. B. F. Eeesliug entertained a number of friends last evening in honor of her guests. Mrs. J. C. Needham and daughter, Miss Ida, of Glendora, Cal. N.E. Donaldson,Panhandle freight agent, and family, were at Wabash yesterday attending the funeral of its neice, Miss Eva Donaldson, daughter of Dr. E. F. Donaldson. The crysanthemum show and floral festival will be held at Masonic Temple Nov. 16, 17 and 18. An Interesting musical program will be rendered each evening. Admission, lOc The Panhandle company has filled the gutter along the north line of its racks at the foot of West Market street. This cuts off the drainage jhere, and property owners are com- )laining. The postmortem examination of he remains of the late Frank Pottmeyer was conducted by Coroner Bus- ahn and Dr. Holloway, Dr. Cady ihotographed the wound before the xamlnation. The late Frank Pottmeyer paid 119.38 into the widows' and orphans' leneflt fund of the Knights of Honor, 32.04 degree and lodge funds, a to- al of $151.42 in eight years, and his hildren will receive 11,000. Messrs. John H. Barnes, Charles Berlin, John Kennedy and Harry St. lair have returned from a fishing riy to English Lake. The brought 1th tbem a basket/ul of four-pound ass, Barnes being the hero of the arty, capturing a fifteen-pound Ickerel. Miss Nettle Crawrord went to Peru esterday for a week's visit with be ster, Miss Flora She will then go to Toronto, Canada, and take a posi tion with W. O. Washburn, by whom she was employed while be represented the Metropolitan insurance company here. John Ross, a^ed 14 and unmarried, has been declared of unsound mind, and his nephew, James H. Boss, appointed guardian. The old gentleman resides with another nephew, Lewis C. Boss, in Noble township. He has no children. His property is valued at about $2,200. His mind became unsettled yesterday, but the trouble has been coming on for some time. John Mclntosh, the murderer of Frank Pottmeyer is apparently not effected by his crime. He rests well W e A re ; To close out our various lines of OVEECOATS in > men's boy's and children's department. We are OVER & STOCKED, and to anyone needing a garment of this < character, would say that we have made prices that will move the goods. We have a large variety in Beavere, \ Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, J51nes,Ulsters Reefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock erer ', ', offered, before in 50c lines up.Grood heavy comfortable ' \ garments for cold weather. In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, ] ; and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing \ ; garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which i» lull of wearing apparel for the little fellows. We kave the best 25 and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A full supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to supply anyone with a correct garment.that we «annot fit irorn stock. Thanking you for past favors. | J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. <; 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana »++»»»•+»»+•«•»»•••»••»»««•»••••••»•••«t•••••••«>•>•• lice ac Jackson, Mich., wants Mendenhall to answer the charge of bigamy , Will Porter has placed a hot soda urn in his store for the winter and will also rue the cold soda. Steve Eberts, brother-in-law of Qua Gerard, janitor at the court house, had 15.10 taken from his pocket Saturday. He changed clothing In the basement of the court house to assist In some work, and during his absence from the garments j his money was taken. The Prairie pike has been regravel- ed from the city limits to within a mile of Seven Mile church. The Elver pike has also been regraveled from the Seventeeth sreet bridge to the Uhi farm. Both roads will be in excellent, condition for travel after the new gravel is worn down. The ladles of the first division of the First Presbyterian church will give a free social tomorrow evening from ? to 10 o'clock in the lecture room at the church. A short program will be rendered and light refreshment will be served. All members of the congregations and their friends are especially invited to attend. A fish of a strange variety is on exhibition atJoiin HUdebrandt's plumbing establishment. It was caught in the Wabash river and weighed about a pound. The remarkable thing about the fish is that Jt has larger teeth No Pain! No Danger I Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, tuch a» nore mouth, sore gums, etc. Absolutely safe »n* painles. The Finest and Bert method at CROWN and BRIDGE Work. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method COHESIVB PLATES, guaranteed to fit. *iTNo charge for extracting without pain when new teeth are to to supplied. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, IU *- 2 fourth at. Over Fisher's Drue Stot* and more of them on the tongue than on the jaws. In color It Is white, shines like silver bronze and looks like a shad. Mr. Hltdebrandt claims It Is a native of Michigan and is called "Moon Eye" on account of its large eyes. It Is the same variety as was caught some time ago by John Ensfield. THR City National Bank. LOGANSPOBT, IKD. CAPITAL ...... $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CRATTFOBD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWI.BB, Cashier. -DIHKCTOR8- Jobn Gray, I. N Crawford. J. T. Elliott, Dir. W. H. Bell. A. P. Jen.kg, W, C. Pennock, It*M Shldeler, Geo. W. Funk and John C. Ingt»a. Loan money on personal and security. Buy and sell Government bonds. WiL pay 2 per cent per annum on oertlfloatx* of deposits, when deposited six mouths: S per cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vault*, for ut« ke*piBg of valuable papers, rented at from fS to »is per /ear. at Washington, where bride will reside. he and his Amount of Rainfall. The long drouth was broken by ain on October 31st. since which ime there have been five other rain terms, the total fall cf moisture in hat time amounting to two Inches ind seven hundredths, as follows: Ictober 31st _ „ .55 November 1st- ...__ .44 .13 otn.. 6th 7th Sth „ .01 Total inches ___________ ...... ___ _ ..... ____ 2,07 Elks' Mlnstrelg. There will be a rehearsal tonight of the Elks' minstrels. A full attendance is desired—J. E. McMillen, musical director. Smoke the Columbia cignrj at iiigbt and has a good appetite. He is confined in the female department of the jail, and his only visitors are his wife and his attorneys. Mrs. Mclntosh believes her husband innocent of the charge of premeditated murder, and that he shot Pottmeyer in self-defense. A good photograph of Augustus O. Mendenhall, the quack Indian doctor, who has made sach an..;unenviable name for himself, is printed in the Detective, a police paper published in the interest of .the Plnkerton De- iectlve agency, In. the description accompanying the picture, it is stated that John Boyle, chief of po- Hood's Pills Are much IE little; always ready, efficient, satisfactory ; prevent a cold or (ever. cure all liver ills, sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. Price a cent*. Thi onljr PilU to talu with fiood't SarupartUa. by Tke wonders of tia telephone nerw ooase. The latest brought to th« attention of the New York Electrical EHB!- aoer is the hypnotizing of a yojing boy through tie medium of the telephone lit Houston, Tex. It is needlesa to surmise, adds the Engineer, th»t tan sub- l»ct was a pronounced cataleptic; but the facts brought to light would seem to Indicate more strongly than ev«r ti« necessity for a stringent law against tke promiscuous practice of IB*. The Engineer do«« not Imagine that many persons could be influ«nc»d hypnotically over th» telephone, yet it believes Jt will be just as well t» guard against such practices by prompt and •ffective legislation.—San McCoy's New Enropean Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN ItlREh .ft. CHICAGO. Mr. W, H. Preece, the weiHrae-wn •tostrlcian, tells an amuting »tory •bout the early days at the telephone. That the Qu«en might te»t the new 1»- Yention, he put Osbocne, Ports»ontfl and London in connniLn.io.doii, ani ed that a bao4 should play while Her Majesty wa« at the other id at the Instrument. The qnewi wa« detained, aad before ehe aertred th« band had been Bat a happy tboogtt Mr. Pretoe. 'Wfcr not Miuett at* M band? H* itepped to tie lB«tn»- and hummed Into It Trod save fee Queen," an< asked it Her Ma>e*r recognized the tone. "Tee," ire said, "It wa« the ••ttiui—but Tory badly Wicker-~"Bates had. the misfortune to bark hi* shin on the dog house in tts yard oa« dark night last week." Sicker—"Nothtag serious to be appre- lended, I hops?" Wicker—"Oh, no; -wound was immediately canter- teed."—Up-to-Date. Cored in a Dij. "Mystic Cure" for rhenraatigm and neu- Ojria radically cures in 1 to 5 days. Its action upon the system ig remarkable and mysterious. It remove* at once the cause and the disease immediately disappear*. The first dose greatly benefits. 7: cents. Sold by w. H. Bring-hurgt, druggist, Logao*- port. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. ft P. «jad L. S. A. MC. S. RoUroa4 depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 hm just been completed, and the bouse now offers every convenience to be found in my 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. THE. First National Bank, CAPITAL 1250,000 A.. /. MURDOCK, PKESIDEHT, W. W. BOSS, CASHIKK, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ABST. DIRECTORS: A. /. Murdock, W. H. Brin^num. ZXranli Uhl. B. 8. Ktoe. B. F. Yantta. I X. -Barwood. W. T. Wilion. Banking to all iu and carefully done. Safety to Cujtomon •ought for. Strong HeferrsjFuad Milptelaed. Departaeon prmtptir Are you suffering from tlarn? Thoma»'Electric OU h*j cored tbooaud* of the wont CMBI of thl* terrible diMwe. It only oott* 2* cento to try it..,

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