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December 7, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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We'll Start now Selling The Holiday Merchandise. We'll Felp You Along in the Way of Christmas Gifts. Given away Iree with every 20.00 cash purchase, a veryfine and handsome Hat and Coat Rack.—With evry Knee Pants Suit lor boy's, ages 3 years to 16 years a handsome Iron Bank—It you buy a 20.00 suit as the best suit we carry—a bank § BO Even though you are asked to pay a great deal more elsewhere. We're manufacturers, and with no middleman's profit to pay its no wonder that our prif.es are lowest, and we've jjroven it every day No merchandise unless it's reliable will nnd a bom3 m our house While other merchants are kicking about dull business, hard times etc. Our sales during Nov. were 40 per cent more than las year. You can't blame people ior buying here, when they can get w reliable qualities at such reasonable prices. •We treat our customers liberally, no such thing as dissatisiaetionhere S10.OO Suits and Overcoats. This price gives you a fair Idea of •ur entire stock, we've got them tower and higher, but this price Is ••ewe brag on—It's a Salt and ••vercoat, moat houses will ask you M.50 to §15.00, forourXmas price 111.00. They are wonders, come and see 'em. $2 to $5 Are the prices of onr boy's Suits, ages 3 to 16 yeais Short Knee Pants. We carry the celebrated double seat and Knee Pants Suits, guaranteed not to rip—Get another suit or your money back, if any isult rips—A bank free with every suit. We will save you from 50c to to $1 on every Hat you buy— On ITnderwear the same Saving's awaits you. . If you desire reliable Clothing Hats and Gents Furmshmgs. «»ue at once with the crowd that, go to the THR HUB, Harry prank's Old fctand. 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. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. Iniuranoe and Loins. All kinds of Insur- Moe and Bonds written In flret olaan com- 9«Biea. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Bay and Sell Second Hand] Goods. •ENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, one. See Urn- 324 PEARL STREET. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank f Fourth »ndBro»dw»» 36S. residence *<« D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET ow Bruggeman'i Millinery st ° Te Kroeger & Strain. S Money at 0 per cent. Makes Abstract* and •Writes Fire. Tornado ana plate Glass Insurance. Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director win remain with me . DU nn a<< Offloe 1( Phones 65: c. u. i When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO— F H. Wipperm.an, IK! f*urtk Street Opp. Court Hou»e Knti«noe, GEORGE W. RODEFER. teal Estate, Loans. ALASKA. GOLD. Opportunity to Get a Good Offered to Logaosport. Slice ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Private Money to Loan No Delay- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 208 Fourth Street. GITY RLRWS. Visit Walden'9 bankrupt shoe sale. Diamond rings, an elegant line at Taylor's. Miss Bridget Maloney, of Peru, is visiting friends in the city. Clamp skates for ladies and gents at Crlsmond'a, 312 Market street. Miss Mabel Kistler, of Eoyal Center, who was a guest of Miss Fay Vernon, returned home Saturday. Lewis Hough and bride, of West Lebanon, were guests Saturday of Sir. and Mrs. Wesley Powers, of the Weslside. Ben Lowe of Kentland was in the city yesterday, a guest of Harry Mer- rlfield. He was en route to Rochester, N. Y., to enter school. Walter Chandler has resigned bis position as salesman iii Statesman's shoe store at Peru, and accepted a position at Maiben's, this city. The Misses Reagan of Indianapolis, who were here visiting their sister, Mrs. C. B. Purcell, on Eel Elver avenue, returned home yesterday. A thief entered the barn of William WharSeld, the furniture dealer, Saturday , while that gentleman was at dtnner.and appropriated portions of a set of harness. A meeting of Lincoln Circle, Ladles of the G. A. R., was held this afternoon. Officers for the ensuing term were elected, and delegates to the department convention chosen. The Kings Daughters will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp at the residence of Mrs. Down's on High street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. J. B. Kerlln, a well known citizen, was given a delightful surprise, last evening, by a party ot friends, at his home on Melbourne avenue, yesterday being his birthday anniversary. Luncheon was served and a general good time had by all. The guests presented Mr. Kerlin with a pair of gloves. Miss Kuth Clewell entertained the members of the Narcissus club Saturday afternoon at the club's first luncheon. An appetizing menu was enjoyed by the members. Misses Grace Swadener, Grace Green, Edith Gamble, Mildred Pittman, Ruth Clewell, Mamie Gangloff, Ada Moore, Stella Martin, Daisy Dlctaon, and Myrtle Pratt constitute the roster of the club. Efforts to be Made to Organize a Mining f Company Here. A. F. Stukey, deputy county clerk, Is in receipt of another letter from his cousin, who has been in Alaska for sevens' seasons. Tne cousin writes that he has been watching, as he had promised to do. for a chance for Mr, Stukey to get a hold on some good mining property in the Alaskan gold region and he thinks he has found It. He states that certain parties who own a fine claim are willing to give Mr. Stukey a fourth interest in it if he will sink a shaft 75 feet deep and develop the property. They will agree that if the shaft demonstrates that the lode is valuable, they will sell the remaining interests for 850,000. If the property turns oat worthies", wort may bestoppedatany time. Tbe claim has been prospected and the output assays $216.30 to the too, Is shown by a certificate from the assay office. The claim lies near the Bald Eagle mine, which, although only partially developed, is held to be worth a million dollars. The ore taken from the two lodes is said to be identical. Mr. Stukey has great confidence in the judgment of bis cousin, and hence believes that the property he described oflers a fine chance for an investment. He has made up his mind to try to organize a company ia this city to take advantage of the cSer iihuamade. He will not only risk his own money in the venture, bu4 states that he is willing to go in person to the gold field and superintend the development ot the mine. In organizing a company, if some forty or fifty persons will go in, the amount to be paid in by each person will not be large. Mr. Stukey will glvP further particulars to any one who may call oa him. If anything is done, It must be done within the next thirty days. REAL ESTATE TKAN8FKBN. Reported for the Pharos bj Seth M. VelseTi Abstractor. George Wilson to Eobert M. Gibson—E i sw J sec 15. Jeflerson t,p. $3 000. George Giay and James W. Gray to Benjamin F. Brown—Quit claim; j of n 10 acres ne } of sec 2, Jefferson tp. $100. Wilson LaFever to Benjamin F. B rown —S * of sw J of ne J- of sec 2, Jefferson tp. tlOO. Thomas B, Reeder, comr, to Alice Martin—10 acres in n-* of n J ef sw J of sec5, Deer Creek tp. $——Oharles W. Homburg, sheriff, to T. P. Sweet—Ne Jot sw J of ne } of sec 19, Harrison tp. * •• Isaac N. Myers and Quincy Myers to Schuyler C. Myers—W t of ne i of e * of nwi of see 32. 17,200. Knights of Honor. Wabash lodge No. 1831, Knights of Honor, met last night and elected the following officers: p. D.—Lewis Epstine. D.—Robt. Radabaugh. V. D,—Wm. Keis. A. D.—John Hill. Reporter—James S. Bolt. Fin. Eeporter—C. L. Alford. . Treas.—M. Fornoff, Sr. Chaplain—Wm. Wilkinson. Guide—John Hamm. Guardian—Adam Wecht. Sentinel—Wm. White. Trustees—Geo. W. Cambell, Thos. W. Nichols, Wm. Keis. Notice to Property Owners «n Broadway. The assessment for the improvement of Broadway street has been accepted and approved by the council and the same is now due and payable. Anyone desiring to pay for said improvement on the ten year plan, as provided for in the Barrett law, must file waiver in my office not later than Dec. 15, 1897. J. B. WINTERS, City Clerk. Sugar Beets In Indiana. Governor Mount has become greatly interested in the cultivation of sugar beets by the farmers of Indiana. After having studied the subject for some time he is convinced that the farmers of Indiana ought to produce at least all the sugar consumed ID the state. He is confident that the land In the state may be greatly enhanced in value by the growing of sugar beets. Cart Sterens Injured. Word has been received here to the effect that Cturt Stevens, who left here a month ago to take a position as engineer on the Southern California railroad, had been, injured la a wreck. The accident occurred two weeks ago, and it was his first trip over the road. No bones were broken but he was badly bruised. Hot and cold soda at Porter's. T. M. Quigley is at Chicago on business. A solid gold, three-stone opal ring, for $2, at Taylor's. Misses Edna and Edith Skinner are visiting at Elwnod. No. 1 leaf I*rd oc per pound at Abe Stern's meat market. Come and see our fancy China; all ne w—Taylor, the jeweler. Mrs. Guy Henley and Mrs. W. S. Hensley are visiting in Chicago. The new city directory will claim a population of 195,000 for Indianapolis. Sterling silver combs and brushes, largest stock ia the city.—Taylor, the jeweler. E. B. Sellers and Judge Spangler, of Monticello, are in the city on legal business Try McHale's for a pure drink of McBrayer, seven years old, 106 per cent proof. Mrs, J. B. Wilkin is up from Lafayette to attend the Elks minstrels tonight. Mrs. Richardson, of the firm of Mueller & Richardson, is at Chicago purchasing goods. Joseph K Polk, of College street, s at Kokomo and will probably remain several weeks. Christmas fur opening by a large eastern fur manufacturer tomorrow and Thursday—Golden Rule. Natural gas bills for November are due and payable at the company's office on or before the 10th inst. Miss Putnam, of Columbus, 0-, has returned home after a short visit with her brother, Rev. D. P. Putnam, and family. Mrs. Delia Beechwood, of Nappa, California, Is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Charles Young, and other relatives. The date for the meeting of Miss Grace Winkle blecfc's dancing class has been changed to Friday night instead of last night. A. B, Keeport & Co. have opened a branch office at Indianapolis. Mr. Keeport will be in charge there. Mr. Zlnn will remain at the home office. Mrs. J. E. Neednam, ot Glendore, Cal., and Mrs, Margaret Terhune, of Pendleton, lad,, sister and mother of B. F, Keesling, are visiting the latter. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Seybold have returned from their eastern trip. During their stay in New York Mr. Seybold purchased goods for the Trade Palace. Hon. L, B. Ouster is at Indianapolis attending a three days' meet- Ing of the state horticultural society, of which he is a member of the executive committee, While pulling a pump from a cistern yesterday Miss Mayme Mc- Gaugheyof the Westslde slipped and fell Into the cistern. Fortunately she caaght hold ot the cistern edge In her fall and only a portion of her body got wet. A game ot basket ball between the Bridge City team of this city and the Normal basket ball team of Marlon, was played at the latter place Saturday, resulting in a tie game. A return game is talked of and one results it will be played at the rink. A motion for a new trial has been filed by Hale & Gamble for their client, Ferdinand Chambers, who was convicted last week of petit larceny. A motion and cause for new trial has also been filed in the case of Willard Moon, convicted of assault and battery. Miss Evaline Stein, of Lafayette, a young lady well known to many of our society people, has just issued her first volume of poems, under the title of "Oar Way to the Woods." Heretofore her poems have appeared only in newspapers and magazines, but have received high commendation. The well of the Logansport oil company on the Rogers farm, four miles north of the city, continues to give the drillers great trouble. Although having reached a depth of nearly four handred feet, the drill is still in quicksand and the well has had to be lined with iron tubing the whole distance. This is quite different from the well at Adamsboro, in which the drill came to reck at a depth of sixty-five feet. Mr. F. A. Carter, general agent for northern Indiana of the Marion manufacturing company, of Marion, Ohio, has moved his family to this city and is now living at 1007 Linden avenue. The company which Mr. Carter represents manufacture all kinds of threshing machinery and traction and •stationery engines, and is said to oe one among the largest in ~~ will shortly open a for the firm in this WHAT IS LIFE? A Discovery bj Prof. Gates, of Washington, which Answers the Question. An iDterestint Subject. "What is Life?" This question has been asked during all ages, but it bas never until now been successfully answered. Professor Elmer Ga'.es, of Washington, who has been making great experiments with the microscope, has made virtually, a double microscope: in other words, he brings the image of the first microscope OD the lens, which picture on the lens is enlarged by the second microscope so that many things which it is impossible to see with an ordinary microscope are revealed. In this way he is able to see the smallest cells of the body in an exceedingly large form. He says: "Cut a piece of protoplasm into a numoer of pieces and each piece will still be alive," thus proving that the germs ot life exist in even the minutest particle of the body. But be goes farther and says that he believes mind is life, and that mind is present in every particle of the body. This Is a new, a startling, a wonderful theory and it may lead [co a revolution on the subjects of disease, health ana happiness. It explains clearly one ;hlng and that is, why ihe mind is Irequently affected when the body is disordered, and it brings home the question of. health or disease very forcibly. It becomes plain that in order to have a clear head and a strong mind, one must have a body that is- in per THE GREAT COnHERCIAL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Genuine Office and Buslncus Piictio* tram the day of entrance. The Logansport Commercial High School. We use the -well known Sadler's Budget «y«- ceni of Bookkeeping and office practice. The Educational tilt of ihfl 19th Century! Genuine bookkeeper's experience from the start. Ko oopjriatr. The student leamg or diilag Hois noitaufht impractical and obsolete methods and forms, The most thorough ft"d un to-date eoamier- ciai school in this section of tbe country, Select the best Ohcap tuition is dear at «ny cost. Select a school thut Is recosrnized and enaorsed by the business community. VT« urg« investigation. uoine and see us, or write. Logansport Commercial High School. FOURTH STREET. Lovely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Smoke the.Oolanbia cigarj Our opening will continue for the season on THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. Mrs. W. Potter,~^ 517 Broadway near Sixth Loi?aa8- >crt, Indiana. feet condition. When tbe body is deranged the mind cannot work rightly. With pains In the baclc, nausea, weariness, bearing down sensations and all the symptoms Indicating a weakened condition of the kidney and urinary organs, there Is certain to be a clouding of the intellect which calls for immediate action. This action can only be successfully taken by using some great modern discovery that Is certain to put the cell tissues In perfect shape. There is such a discovery aa3 it is doing more to counteract pain and establish health than anything known to modern times. In soeak- ing of It Dr. William Edward Bobson of London, says: "I emphatically state that I have been able to give more relief and effect more cures by the use of Warner's Safe Cure than by all the medicines in tbe British pharmacopoeia." Dr. B. A. Gunn, dean of the United States Medical College, says: "I prescribe and use Warner's Safe Cure in both acute and chronic Brlght's disease and com mend it most frankly." Such statements should convince any man or woman that there is no need of farther suffering, If a prompt use is made of the remedy that is commended so highly. The New Cor. Mkt. 5th & Erie. STILL COMING OUR WAY.. Our trade continues to boom. The gain in sales increases eaek day. We set out to do a big trade. Thus far we have nearly accomplished it. Far lower prices tham ilsewhere, handsomer goods and much larger assortment Irom which to choose, has about convinced everybody that they want to purchase all they need in Furniture of the new store FOR CHRISTMAS Beautiful things lor home decorations. We Invite You to See The*. Open Evenings until Christmas. Notice to Stockholders. Notice is hereby given that there will b3 a meeting of stockholders of ;he State National bank of Logans- rt, Indiana, to be held at the office >f the City National bank of Logans port on Tuesday, January llth, 189S oetween the hours of 1 and 3 p. m. for the purpose of electing a board o directors for said State Nationa bank, and for the farther purpose o: voting upon the question of placing the aflairs of said bank in voluntary liquidation. S. W. ULLBBY, President. Logansport, Ind., Dec. 6th. the west. He branch house city. Hood's Stimulate the stomach, MBfc • • • rouse the lirer, cure bilious- ^^B ill £* ness, headache, dizziness, ^^ III S| IOOT izomacb, eomtlplttian. • • • • ^^ •te. Me. » C.OM. Sold by »u Tb« uly KUt t» tfcto with Haod't 8 A New Overcoat. "We can make you up a fine Garment and a perfect fit a a low figure. Handsome Suits. Those we are turning ou are nowhere surpassed ior the price Merchant Tailor. Drop in and see our line of WINTER GOOD'S. It was never so complete or beautiful. 416 Broadway, Next to Frazee's. W. Craig THE. First National Bank CAPITAL $250,000 J. MTJRDOCK, PWWBKMP, W. W. ROSS, CABHIKB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, AJB8T. C. BIUCTOB8: A. J. Mnrdock, V. H. Brlnffhvm. DoraU UW,*.S. Mloe,a.P, Y»nH«. I M.XMWOO*. W, T. Wil»o». Banldnc in all ita Department! promptly and carefully done. Safety w dutomeri and ftookhotd«r •ought for. Strong-BaMrre Pond Maintained. McCoy's New European Hotel HOB. CUM AND VAH lURCh «re. CHICAGO. DELICATESSEN FINK •407 Market street In room formerly occupied by Legansport Will Paper Co. Gunther's Confectionery. Charlotte Busse. Bavarian Cream, Wine Jellieg, Chocolate Eclairs, Patty Shells, ETO Kisses, Hickorynut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroons, Cocoanut Macaroon*, Vaniila Wafers. Jelly Tarta. Cream Pnffs, Fruit Cake, Gold and Silver Hod, Lemon Matanyne Pies. Frank K. Lloyd, Pastry Cook at the Barnett and Kudoek horaU for th. past five jemra. We hATe contracted to fornfeh and BreMforthe above boraU. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. B. I. & F. I- S. tc. IK. 8. RaIJro*4 *«F*t. Improvements costing $75,000.00 hive just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found In «ajr 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, Owaer ut Hives are oot dangerous to life, but theatre « prolttc breeder ot misery and profanity, -loan's Ointment gives instant relief* errata tfet worst eases of this and other ftxMper- diseases oi the §Wn.

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