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November 10, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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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 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 most particular dresser will find satisfactory. Full of fashions, whims, :f nil 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 have brought fit down to the rfine 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. DR. MESDEXIULL Arrested at Kalamnzoo, Mich., Charged With BI?araj. Dr. Augustus C. Mendenhall,who, it 1s claimed, is the compounder, wholesaler and retailer of Indian remedies of more or less curative properties, and who has at various times prescribed for various Logansport people, has been arrested at Kalamazoo, Mich., on a warrant issued at Jackson, Mich., charging him with the crime of bigamy. His description had been mailed to the police of all cities In Michigan, Indiana and Illinois, and a sharp lookout was being kept for him. Instead, the doctor was in the neighborhood of the alleged crime, and, it would seem, had made no strenuous efforts to flee the country. His friends claim that a serious mistake has been made, and that he will be able, at the proper time, to prove himself innocent of any wrongdoing. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. And all this fineness is in our grades from 57.50 to §18.00. We're not talking to your purses, but to your good judgement. We're not talking a saving in momey, but • quality and satisfaction that many will buy. an increase in the We win patronage by deserving it. If you want tine best go tr ^ THE HUB, Harry Frank's Old Stand. 313 Fourth Street. •for 50c Underwear, and White Body Fancy Front Shirts, with extra •Cufls, the best m Logansport at "THE HUB." 3SL.A1 YOUI-LQ, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Por A Suit or Overcoat Se Makes Stylish Garments. CRiSA.STHEM.Ull SHOW Opfns at the Masonic Tuesday. Temple Next The chrysanthemum show in the new Masonic temple the 16th, 17th and 18th ot this month, is the only show of its kind of any magnitude given In the state outside of Indianapolis. The Immense blooms of the chrysanthemums, the dainty fragrance of the roses, carnations and violets, with banks of graceful foliage of ferns and palms all displayed in the exqulslts surroundings of the new temple will present a scene not soon to he forgotten by the visitor. The management has also under contemplation a beautiful electric fountain. A delightful musical pro- gramme has been prepared Including most of the talent of the city, as an additional attraction and supper will be served in one of the parlors to all who wish to partake. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor, to •The Kqultable Produce ana Stack Exchange. Capital Stook flOO.OOO, fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, *Chicasfo. , I We furnish our customers dally market report* over our private wires in thiBCltr. We •i««pecttully «oncU your watronage through Tsur looai ojrreBpondente Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. W. Milner «. A. R. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. ilniuriinoeandLoans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written in flrat class com- 9«nlea. Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. OITY NB.WS. Kroeger & Strain. Calli promptly attended to Day or Niffct. 818 Broadway. TBLBPHOKB - Offloe. «». Kroo K er, KB M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on M.VB.IASB.Y, —304 Fourth Street.— make you a Loan of *25 and upward " overfMO 6 per cent. GEORGE W. RODEFER. 1fcal Estate, Loans. . i»H otiMwket street bridge INSTKANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth *nd BroadwsT ^Central Telephone No Offloe 363, residence 343 HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doo« firtt ulass work. StyUgn and well flt- tJnirclotneg made. Cleaning and repalr- tolf neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OTM Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bullard, of Allegan, Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Measioger. Miss Rosie Statesman, of LoRee, has returned home after a few weeks' visit with friends In the city. Ed Shirk, who Is managing a boarding car at Rush, was called home on account of the illness of his wife. Natural and artificial gas bills should be paid at the company's office on Pearl street on or before November 10th. Raflroad employes running In to Chicago can borrow money at lowest rates, at 911 Fort Dearborn Building, 134 Monroe street, Chicago. Lafayette Journal: "Mrs. James Sheets left yesterday for a few days' visit In Logansport, after which she will make a two weeks' visit to her son In Remington." The two men who recently opened a candy store in the little store room on Broadway, adjoining Johnston's drug store, are Greeks and fought in the recent war between Greece and Turkey. The new wagon of the Columbia brewing company was upset yesterday morning, rolling •Sown the embankment just wbst of the yard office at the Vandalla station. The driver was loading the wagon with coal when the accident occurred. The chicken pie supper served by the ladles of the third section of the free kindergarten was a decided success. It was given at the home of Mrs. E. B.McConnell, of 21U Broadway, last evening, during which time a musical programme was carried out. Work on the Headlee telephone line is progressing nicely. Most of the poles are up. A telephone line Is being constructed from Goodland to Logansport, touching the intermediate towns. It will connect with the Idaville-Headlee line at Delphi. Mark Foresman is the owner of the Gnodland-Logansport line. A young man giving his name as Albert Natal, his age IS, and his place of residence Mount Olive, Ills., was released from a Panhandle freight car Monday afternoon. He got into the car Saturday at some point in Illinois and was locked In. When the car reached here he kicked on the door and was released. Circuit Court. S. M. Closson vs. John P. Ullery et al.; suit on note. Judgment for plan- tiff for 175. David W. Powlen vs. Edward B. Strong et al., suit to quiet title. Judgment for plaintiff. Jane A. Myers vs. Charles S. and Joseph Gray; suit on accounl. Judgment for plaintiff for 850. E. D. Clossoo vs. Hiram Harvey et al.; dismissed at plaintiff's cost. John W. Harvey vs. Charles Hornburg, sheriff; replevin suit. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Thomas Davis vs. Harry Troutman; appealed from justice court. Gfeorge L. Latham, executor, vs. Rosetta Walts and the Grand Lodge Kn'ghts of Pythias, brought here from Peru, dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Sejbold Wins. The case of Frederick Seybold against the Vandalia railroad company, which has hung fire in the court for so many years, was ended yesterdav in the Circuit court. Plaintiff was awarded damages in the sum of $1,184 50 for injuries sustained by a fall over the embankment at the crossing at the north end of the bridge over the Wabash river near Mr. Seybold's residence, west of the city. Mr. Seybold was on top of a wagon load of wood, and on account ot a defect in the crossing, which the company should have kept in order, the wagon was upset and Mr. S. ttirown over the embankment. Harry Nolan is at Kokorao. Attend Waldea's bankrupt sale. Miss Laura Miller is visiting relatives at Fort Wayne. Bring your prescriptions to Brennan, the Paarmacist, 409 Twelfth St. Miss Minnie Bennett left today for her future home in Providence, R. I. Will Porter has placed a hot soda urn in bis store for the winter and will also run the cold sorla. Miss Lulu Elizabeth Northstiae, of Columbus, 0., Is the guest of Mrs. J, E. Satton, of 811 Broadway. Miss Alta.Young, of 614 Market street, entertained last evening in honor of Miss Ida Needham, of Glendora, Cal. I want to buy $25,000 good notes and judgments. I want to loan to good people $50,000, on mortgage or personal security—Geo. B. Forgy. A large number of friends visited the home of Mrs. Frank Swigart, on North street, last evening to see the beautiful display of chrysanthemums. Invitations have been received in this city to the wedding of John H. Prange and Annie Waterman, of Indianapolis, at that place this even- Ing. Miss Waterman is well-known here, having been a frequent visitor. The Citizens' band have moved from their old quarters on the Southside to the hall over the Globe cloth- Ing store. New instruments have been purchased and their new quarters otherwise improved. The national board of Presbyterian synodical home missions will meet at the Dennlson hotel, Indianapolis, Thursday. Notable church men from every portion ot the country will be In attendance. The governor will represent our state at the session. Marlon Leader: ''Mrs. Marie Marshall and daughter, Mrs. Frank Beard, will go to Logansport tomorrow to visit frlemds for a few days. ..I. H. Sample, of Log'anaport, is calling on friends here today Miss Kate Dolan, of Logansport, has returned home af cer a visit with Misses Mae and Emma Murphy." Peru Chronicle: B. G-. Geary, of Logansport Is in the city on business. Mrs. Ed Eeed returned from a visit to Logansport this morning, her sister, Miss Crawford, of Logansport, accompanied her home and will make a visit with her Dan Mfi- loney, jr., went to Logansport this mornlcg to look after his interests in a law suit. Clara Erhardt, the 11-year-old daughter of A. Erhardt, a Hot Springs, Ark., baker, who was burned to death early yesterday morning, was a neice of John R. Pratt, of this city, the child's mother and Mr. Pratt being sisters. The building was a three-story brick and Erbardt occupied it as a bakery and residence. The family apartments were on the third floor. After rescuing his family the little girl ran back into the burning building after her mother and was burned to death. IT WILL COME The Neiv Furniture Firm. Mr. Mueller and sister, Mrs. Richardson, late of Fort Wayne, who will opea a furniture store in tne Barnes block, at the intersection of Market street and Erie avenue, wlil be ready for business a week from today. Mn. Richardson will have charge of the books and financial management of the business. Mr. Mueller and family ha'e moved into the WmSon Wright residence, No. 616 Market street. Mrs. R. will make her home with them. While at Fort Wayne Mrs. Richardson filled the position of treasurer for Foster & Co. After Cigarette Sellers. "Prof. Sberrick.of the Idaville high school, is making a pretty thorough search for the fellow who is selling some of the pupils cigarettes," says the Observer. "It is no uncommon sight to see a half dozen lads whose ages range from 10 to 15 years, walk- Ing along the streets, led on by the hot end of a coffin nail cigarette, aad Mr. Sherrick is determined that it shall cease. His efforts are land- able, and every good citizen should unite in enforcing the law." Electric Railroad Will be Built Some Bay. Delphi Jouranal: "That Is an interesting movement which has been set on foot north of us regarding the construction of an electric line of railway from Goshen to Danville, Illinois, by way of Logansport and Delphi. While no one in this immediate locality seems to be making any desperate effort to promote the enterprise, there is a determined effort being made further up the road and something may yet come of the scheme. There is no question concerning the near approach of the day of electric lines connecting the cities of this region. The trolly line has proven itself just the thing for urban transit. As a means of Inter-communication between nearby cities It is simply a matter of extending the lines along the public roads. It is a cheap and practicable plan." 1 We Are To close out our various lines of OVEKCOATS 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, Blnes.Ulsters Reefers etc., of finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock eyer offered before in 50c lines np.Grood heavy •ooafcrtable garments lor cold weather. In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing J garments in this line. Do not forget our Children's Depf., which is lull of wearing apparel tor the little fellows. We kave the best 25"and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this market. Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A fnil supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to supply anyone with a correct garment.that we cannot fit irorn stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. t 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana • The New Furniture Store. It will open in the Pythian Block, Corner Fifth, Market and Erie Streets, about November ryth. NELW GOODS! NEIW PRIORS! If you have Furniture to buy it will pay you to wait. Waiting will enable you to select from an entirely new, clean stock of th« atest and most artistic designs. Waiting will enable you to get styles of goods no one else in Logansport ha» n their parlors. It is always a satisfaction not to be duplicating the things your neighbor has. Waiting will enable you to save money. There will be no mistake about that. A. stock of goods bought now can be sold one-third less than a stock of goods that ;he average Furniture Store has oa hand, bought at high prices. Wait! Wait! Wait! MUELLER & RICHARDSON. If Ton Keep. if you keep a horse, cow or a dog send for Dr. Humphrey's Veterinary Manual and learn about their treatment and care. Mailed free. Address Humphreys' Medicine Co., cor. William and John sts., New York. Smoke the Columbia clgmr Poor aid Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble- Had no Appetite-Now Better in Every Way-A Delicate Child. "Some time since I took a sadden cold and could not get rid of it. Being subject to catarrh and broncnial tron ble I coughed terribly. I lost my appetite and grew poor and weak and I did not feel like work. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. In a short time the cough disappeared, I slept well, had a good appetite and I was better in every way. Last spring I was not feeling well, I had no appetite and no strength. I resorted to Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon felt more like work. My little nephew was a delicate child and had a humor which troubled him so he could not rest at night. He has taken a few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and now he has a good appetite and is able to sleep." MTS» ABBES J. , South Dnxbury, Mass. Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. AH druggists. 9L Hood's 'c Oil to S KlllS are the test after-dinner IB. ace. THE CiREFOL READING Of Your Newspaper May Safe Ton Many Dollars. 'Some people read newspapers aitn- essly and for mere pastime, while thers read tbem for profit;,"observes ,he Elkhart Review. "Hugh Calender, a farmer near Nappaaee, Is if the latter class. People in his ;ounty raise many onions, which hey have been se'ling to commission men at the rate of fifty-six pounds to he bushel, but when Callender de- ivered his crop he recalled that be had noticed in the papers an item o the effect that the last legislature lassed an act making forty-eight 'ounds a bushel, and he demanded ettlement on that basis and got it. He thus saved more in the one transaction than the cost of all the newspapers he ever bought or will buy in his life." Women Need Not be Discouraged. The nervous tension under which most of our women constantly live affects the female organism seriously. Heavy household burdens, soMal gay- etles, work in some commercial establishment, any of these duties seem impossible to women who are ill and yet they keep up for a time under pressure of the demands upon them, When they do break down, the advice and treatment they receive from their family physician don't go to the root of the trouble and they get no better. They are discouraged, worn out, tired of life. The great specialist in women's diseases, Dr. Greene, of Nervura fame, has shown thousands of women who thought themselves hopeless invalids the way to health by his wonderful curative medicines. The office of Dr. Greene's remedies, 148 State street, Chicago, 111., is open to all women for free consultation and advice, or if you will write about your case, advice will be given you by mall absolutely free of all cost and confidentially. The glorious remedies discovered by this profound physician are an Invaluable boon te women. I!; costs nothing to be put on the road to health, and all ailing women should write at once. Annual 6as Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Natural gas consumers desiring to avail themselves of the annual rate, commencing November 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills mast be paid on or before thfl 10th of each month: LOGAKSPOKT & WABASH YALLIT GAS Co. Mrs. A. P. Flynn, of Seventh street, is confined to her home by illness. THH City National Bank. LOGAXSPOET, IND. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHN GRAY, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Preg. F. R. FOWLBK, Cashier. -DIKECTOKS— John Gra7,1. N Crawford, J. T. Klllott, Dr. W. H. Beli. A. P. Jen«8, W, C. Pennock, IiMM Shideler. Goo. W, Funk and John C. Iojfr»m. Loan money on personal »nd oollatP"* 1 security- IJuy and self Government bond*. Will pay 2 par cent, per annum oa oertlflo«t«i of deposits, when deposited six months; 8 p«r cent per annum when left one year. Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults, for ul* ketpiMg of valuable papers, rented at from $6 to $15 per year. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREh ,T8. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. A: P. and L. S. A: W. S. Railroad depou Improvements costing 575,000.00 have just been completed, and the bouse now offers every convenience to bt 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, THR First National Bank, IndUuuu CAPITAL $250,000 A. jr. MURDOCK, PBESIDEST, "W. W. EOSS, CASHIER, J. P. BROOOIEYER, Assr. CAAHHK. DIKECTOR8: A.*. JHurdock, W. S, Bringtartt, Donate UW, B. 8. Rice. B. F. T»Btl«, I X.JUrwood. W, T. Wilaon. Banking in all it* tad carefully done. Safety to •ought for. DepwtoMOM prompt^ Cuitomen aw

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