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Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1897, Logansport, Indiana SHIRT WAISTS In Three Big Lots at 25c 65c and 98c Displayed on our First Floor LOT I Waists worth up to 5O and shoice 75 cents your LOT II Waists in many dif ferent styles worth up to your choice 650 LOT III Extra Fine Waists in dimities lappet mulls etc Your choice NO CHARM IN LIFE John H Brown Determined Die and Succeeds to p8c These are Bargains that you cant afford to miss THE GOLDEN RULE FASCINATED by one of the exquisitely fitting suits made by Horz and seeking tliem to order one just like it is the experience of many a man In Logansport They are so well made so beautifully fin ished and bear such an undefined stamp of stylo that the well bred gen tleman turns to them in security to fit them out in a becoming manner Do you want a 2000 suit You can get them from me too HERZ The Tailor 409 Market St C 0 HEFFLEY Insurance Real Estate and Loans 208 Fourth Street PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Columbia Brewing Companys LAGER BEER or Sale at the Following Places Charles Fohrer John Bauer Jacob F Sebastain A C Barnett Daniel Braun John Eckcrt M Zahlbaum Barnett Hotel John Hall Charles Rulil Charles Schmidt Martin McHale BaJior Anlieir J F Matt JSwald Wandrel Jerry Sullivan George Schneider David Halam Williamson Gregg Bums Bros Farrell Ludders Anton Zolt Peter Casde David Loftus William Caramel Henry Heiden Frank Kienly Frank Pottmeyer Robert Kreuzberger Pomeroy McGaughey Mike Wagner James Finn Nick Fries William Bopp Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 40 HERE has been a great change in business methods in the last few vcars Small stores springing up everywhere in the country and in irbs of the towns and cities Look about rlackiheiTios quart liotlieniUl on wiiiie silk Traili 1alacc Ed Canis was up ITOUI Indianapolis to spend Sunday Mrs II F Trick ami daughter have reiunud from a visit witli relatives in Ohio When bilious or costive eat a Gas caret candy cathartic cure guaranteed lOc 25c lias IlOin held to an swer in the Circuit court on the charge of larceny Mrs I M Dooloy and daughter are at Pletcher 0 visiiintJ J Dooley and family Tolmston Lux the enterprising grocers have secured Buck Brent us clerk C II day clerk at the Johns ton is spending a teu days vaca tion with friends in Illinois The HOLI John W Kern vife and daughter are up from Indianapolis guests of the family of J B Shultz Sarali Wickinaii of Monticello is visiting Mrs S D Myers of West Market and I street who continues very ill The Endowment Guild will give a so cial at the home of Conductor Carmel on Spear street Friday evening July 23 Everyone invited Marion Leader Miss Carrie Close returned to her homo in LogaiiRport this morning after a visit of a mouth with Mrs Simon Koontz Charles ami Mrs Clifford are at Windfall visiting the formers parents Mrs Stella Oakes of Chicago is vis hing relatives in lite city The regular meciing of the Endow ment iuild Wednesday evening should Took Enough Paris Green to Kill Ten Ordinary Men Join 11 Brown a cigar maker em ployed at Walter L Clossons cigar manufactory on Broadway east of Fourth swallowed the greater part of MM ounce of Paris green yesterday shortly bctopnoon and died from effects of the dose at oclock lasr evening after a most determined struggle against the physicians and his friends who were trying to save his life lie declared he had taken the poison with the intention of ending his life aud finally succeeded though not until eveiy kuown remedy had been exiiausled in the effort to get the stuff out of him What motive rhere could have been for the determined and successful ef fort at selfdestruction is hard to lind Irown was a little over twentylive years old had boon married and hap pily so far as known to his friends for aboiii three mouths His wife was Miss Emma Carle and they lived at No V2 North Elm Westside Before his marriage Brown had been addicted 10 drink but for the pasr few months had not been drinking at all until last week wheu lie began drinking and laid off work all week lie came clown rowu yesterday morn ing half sobered off and said lie would begin work that afternoon but wanted a drink to straighten him out lie had two drinks of whiskey and about 11 oclock he walked into Johns tons drug store and asked the clerk Orto Tyner for a dimes worth of Paris green saying he wanted it for the purpose of killing troublesome rats Flo took the ounce of deadly poison the Logansport ano setl remarkable increase in sub urban business house to hc convinced To get the trade the down town merchant must have better goods fresher gOMs and lower prices Then he must advertise them must reach out for his customers and bring them to the city and down town by inducements He must interest them and make it profitable for them to come The best medium is the newspaper Country and neglect the the best newspaper is THE JOURNAL be aitteiided by every member as there is important business to transact Wayne Sentinel Mr and Mrs W Lsilu ami son of New Haven and Miss Pearl Lake of Logausport were guests of friends in the city yes terday Do not forget George Harrison puts on a sot of first class buggy wheels for GOO first class buggy tops for aud aM other cordage work done in proportion Kil anil Mrs llnMoi liave returned from a irip east While away they saw Old Ovcan roll and iiean him roar at Allanlic Oily 15d is telling ilie boys at the Panhandle all about it now Charley Downing he of the smiling countenance and wonderful herb rem edies was in Hie city over Sunday preferring to stay in a good towu rath er than go homo to Lafeyette WUcn his wife was away from home Amos It Wood iif deputy revenue collector district is iu the city And When Amos is in town there are hearts Hint beat faster aud sighs that are uttered But then Amos is mar ried and those whose hearts Unite1 and who sigh after him are not of the fair sex I hey are of chose who have infringed upon die laws guarding the internal revenue and may not ex pect to escape the eagle eye of the deputy collector Ash Hadley Furniture and Upholsterers Salesroom 425 427 Market Street o Faetory303300307 Linden Avenue To Whom it flay Concern And it concerns every owner of an ani mal I am the Agent for the Celebrat ed SHOOFLY a preparation that if appliod on the animal once in three or four days will effectually protect them from the flies and iusccts of any kindA practicable application of tbJs remedy will convince the most skeptical that it will do every thing we claim for it namely keep tne flies from pestering your animals under any circumstance and at any time As a starter we of fer Uils remedy in quart cans at Fifty Cents a per quart with a positive con tract that after the quart has been used if the purchaser is not satisfied with it ie has the privilege of returning the can and we Trill refund the Fifty Gents GEO HARRISON 617 Broadway and walked directly to the well at the north side of the court house where lie put the poison in a drinking cup and pumped tlie cup full of water He drank the mixture at a draught aud went back to the cigar store He had scarcely gotten inside before the ef fects of the large dose he had taken to be felt He turned sick and vomited a quantity ot pure Paris green into a spittoon and walking on back iivro the work room throw up some more of the stuff He lay down on some boxes of tobacco and Walter Clossou found him there still retching and trying to vomit Drs Ballard and Downey were fail ed and a stomach pump was started down his throat but be seemed to realize what was being done and re fused to permit the physicians to work fie bit tlie lulio of the pump and catching it in bjs hands pulled it from his stomach The physicians fried 10 pry his mouth open and wedge it so that lie could not biro through ihe tube but iie sei his jaws firmly and bii the linger of his hrorher oil when Intried to pry his mouth open Finally the lube was forced through the nostril and into the sromaeh and it was thought that tiie poison had been wasiied out thoroughly and that Brown would recover as he exhibited recuperative powers and re vived suilicienily to talk and ask 10 be let alone to die as he was determined fo end his life The poison had got ten too sirong a hold however and the fulfillment of his wish came short ly after 7 oclock last evening when he passed away peacefully and seem ingly without having suffered greatly The whiskey lie had drunk assisted malerially in absorbing the poison in ihe lining of the stomach and the lin deniker when he prepared the body for burial foundtraces of Paris green all through tin body There bivo been no arrangements made for the funeral as yet and will not be until today The Cigarmakors Union of which lie was a member will hold a meeting this afternoon at Trades Assenrbiy Hall at oclock lo lake action in the matter and ar range to attend the funeral DESERVED PROMOTION1 W O TVasltburn district agent for the Metropolitan Insurance company will leave I he latter part of Hie week for Toronto Can having been trans ferred to Hint city as headquarters aud given ho general agency of Uie province of Ontario Mr Washburn has many friends iu Hie cify who will regret to hear of his leaving but who will lie glad o learii of tlie apprecia tion of his company in giving him a deserved promotion Pie will be suc ceeded in the district agency here by a Mr Lake of Newark N 7 who is already in the city learning the ropes LOGANSPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED Abstractors of Title F H WIPPERMAN Opposite Court House FoartH S UTH M VELSE Y 204 Fourth Architects J E GRAIN Masonic TempU Agricultural Implements D M WATTS full line of Carriages and Buggies 126 Slrtb Attorneys HALE GAMBLE Masonic Temple Bakers TAGGARTS BAKERY Bread and Crackers524526 Broadway Builders Material STEVENS BROS Canal aad EHw Building Associations NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION323 Broadway Pays S per cent on deposits if left year Banks CITY NATIONAL BANK Cor Fourth and Broadway FIRST NATIONAL BANKCor Fourth and Wall LOGANSPORT STATE BANKOor Fourth and Market Barbers H B TURNER404 Clotliiers HELVIE SELLERS Clothiers and Gents Furnishers426 Broadway OTTO SHOE AND CLOTHING CO317819 Foortb FERGUSON JENKS322 Market Carpenters and Builders LYMAN special attention to Job work324 Ftftb Carpets GEO W SEYBOLD CO319821 Maiket H WILER COFourth and Broadwaj Druggists B F KEESLING305 Fonrtfc Dentists C D EVBHSOLECor Fourth and Market D E DELZELL413 Market Dry Goods WILER WISE409411 Broadway GEO W SEYBOLD CO319321 Market SCHMITT HEINLYOor Fourth and Market JOHN GRAY323325 Fowtb M R FRAZEE 413 Broadway Furniture ASH HAILEY425427 Market Flour and Feed LOGAN MILLING COErie Ave tad Elm C L DILLY CO Oil Meal515 Market Foundries BRIDGE CITY CONSTRUCTION COBIddles Islaad Grocers FOLEY 228 JOHNSTON FIftfc FITZER SINGERFifth and Broadway J J ROTHBRMEL520 Broadway Horse Shoers GEO A Nortb Hotels BARNETT Market and BeoMd JOHNSTON814 Oaaa Hatters and Gents Furnishers J C DEWENTEB306 Foortb Insurance Real Estate and Loans OOOKBURN BROSMasottlc Temple E D OLOSSON 222 EtoMh Job Printing JOURNAL JOB Fourth Laundry CKARLES E MARSHALL Laundry Dying and Repairing 608 CAMPBELL423 Market Lime and Cement C L DILLEY CO Hard Wall Plaster515 Market Lumber Dealers THOMAS JONES Erie Aye between Eighth and Ninth Monuments EMMETT Largest Stock In the State sixth and High Mouldingrs Picture Frames IIANNA au immense line of firewor ks this year421 Market Newspapers JOURNALM pet nratfe Pianos and Organs J H QUINN sells the Emereon490 BroaAway J C BRIDGE Malcolm Lore Bush Gerts410 Broadway Painters WOOD A BAETSoutheast corner Pinna and Osage W R SHEWMAN Practical Painter and Gratoer409 Melbourne Ave Pump Dealers A N PARKHURST Stone Cylender and other pumps Repairs 129 Sixth Photographers JOHN R WALTERS Photos Crayons Frames and EaselsNorth and Fifth Physicians GILBERT Office and Residence 414 Market Plumbers RL M HUGHS Phone 359 Fifth Real Estate and Insurance J T McNARY415 Broadwaj Real Estate and Pension Agent M M GORDONRooms 1 and 2 Block Shoe Dealers WALKER RAUOH Summer Goods420 Broadwaj ELIAS WINTERBIO Broadway OTTO SHOE AND CLOTHING CO317619 Foartfc U W PILLING410 Broadway Steam Granite Works POWELL Toledo and Eleventh Tailors 400 Market LINNEMAN the tailor604 Broadway NCOK KLEIN over Globe Clothing GoFourth and GAEL W KELLERan Market H G Pearl JOHN CARROLLEast Broadway P J EPOOLET4ia Market rEBRCB the tailor313 Broadway Wall Paper Cleaner JOSN H REID Make it Good as New413 Wilkinson St LOGANSPORT DR There is a Class of People Who are Injured by the use of Recently there has been placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called GRAINO made of puro grains that takes the place of coffee The most deli cate stomach receives It without distress and but few can tell It from coffee It does not cost as much Children may drink it with preat benefit 15 cts and 25 cts per package Try It Ask for GRAINO NOTICE The partnership heretofore existing between 7 B Anderson and 0 L liar rington under the firm name of Anderson Harrington has this day boon dissolved ifoy mutual consent 0 L Harrington takes all accounts and Iiays all debt of the firm J B ANDERSON O L HARRINGTON July 20 1S97 The midsummer reduction on our Gloss Cabinet Photos still goes Coine while they are good and cheap and get the best work in the city at Harring tons Ground Floor Gallery 421 Fifth street formerly Anderson Harring ton I Dont Claim be a cheap tailor Slopatop Lt out ray specialty tout I sell you flm goods as cheap as the cheapest I cave Md yeen consequently I know aomettJng about the bufruaM I can fit you and that the mala when efl otters faJL P J HOOLEY Fashionable Tailor 418 narket Street
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