Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 20, 1894
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New Wash Goods. Fancy Duck Suitings—navy, white, brown and fancy figures. Taffeta Moire- -a new Summer fabric. Serpentine Crepes in beautiful dark styles. Mew Pongees-light and dark colorings. A big line of Challies. u/,«u rnnH« at the Come and see an entirely new line of wash Goods at tne GOLDEN RULE. MBniiiii *f—~eesse~—e=ss^= - HINTS: PITS. NIIS I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR ll Kinds of Paints Jf you are going to use any Faints COMB AND SEE MB). I keep the largest and beat stock of Paints «*nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty fcsf tfei-s line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you any- •ftittBgin the line for les? money than it is possible for Kftj competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. Matter How Large or Small a Quantity <* Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, WOB Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. I Have Just Received the Largest Line of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, **> SPRAYING PUMPS That Has Ever Been Seen in the City They Are As Low as the Lowest, JPlease Call at OEORG& HARRISON- 424 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MOKNING. MAY 20. Silver belt buckles at the Bee Hive .•Ill-Ill—111—111—lU— 111 ' Get ihe Marie Burroughs Stage Co lebrltioa. Kid g loves fitted to the hand at the New Fashion store. All kinds of window and door dra perles, at the Trade Palace. Wanted—A good girl for general house work. 923 Spear street. Serpentine oropeB, a new summer dress fabric.—Sohmitt & Heffley. The best baking powder In the wcrld, at Ben Fisher's drug store. Visit the Quest millinery department In the State at the New Fashion store The finest selection of tortoUe shell pearl, gold and tilver hair pins, at the Bee Hive. Foster's five-hook kid gloves for 66 cents, tomorrow evening at the New Fashion store. The Typographical Union will elect offioera at the regular meeting thia afternoon at 2 o'clock. By far the .handsomest line of elegant summer dress goods at the Bee Hive that ever were displayed in Logansport. Notice the alight change in the Wa bash time-table this morning. The changes effect both the main line and the Eel River line. Hood's Sariaparilla • is absolutely unequalled as a blood purifier and strengthening medicine. It la the ideal spring medicine. Try it. A letter was received by Dr. Jos. G. Rogers, Supt. at Long Cliff yesterday 'rom tbe secretary of the State B6i*<l< of Health, notifying him that on account of the Bmall pox epidemic in the State he should receive no more Datlents for treatment till further notice. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES 4B OHEftP rtND COMPLETE* OOME IN ftND SEE THEM- WfVLKER & RfUJGH. 420 Broadway. The WwXhfff Today—Clear and cold. SHIRTS AN ARTICLE THAT EVERY MAN NEEDS. WE MAKE THEM TO ORDER. Judge Antbonr F. Hmitb, One oflbe EMlicit Settlen of Tbll County Dl«* If e»ter«Uj morning. Anthony F. Smith died at hit reel denoe at 1214 Spear street yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. He had been In poor health for some months, the Infirmities of ttge having- begun to tall on him severely during the month* of the past winter and hla death was not unexpected, Anthony F. Smith was one of the earliest settlers at the junction of the Wabash and Eel river. When he came here the county was not organized and Logansport was but an Indian trading post. He was born in Harrison coun. ty, Indiana, Dec. 13, 1817 and came to tnis place in 1828 with hie father, James Smith who was appointed Indian blacksmith through the In- strumtutility of Gen. Tlpton at that time Indian agent. Anthony Smith's father was a member of the first board of commissioners of Case county which was organized In 1829. The opportunities possessed by the deceased of attending 1 school early in life were meager, but such as they wore he made the most of the situation and with the practical advantages obtained by a deputyshlp in the county clerk's offius with Col. Duret In 1832, he became an accurate and capable business man. He remained m the clerk's office here until in August, 1836, when he went to Fulton county, then just organized, and made that county his home for twenty-nine years, his chief business being connected with the Rochester Mills. He epresented that district In the lower House of Representatives at the session of 1845-16- Upon his return he was elected judge of the probate court of his county and held that position until 1850 when he waa elected county clerk and recorder wbloh office he held until 1856. In 1865 he left Fullon county and went to Minneapolis where he engaged in the undertaking business until 1868 when he returned .0 Logansport where he continued to reside until his death. He was one year judge of the criminal court of hli city and afterwards became deputy olerk under Major McFadln, acting as «uoh deputy from the organ- zatlon. to the close of the old superior court. He then became court ilerk In the circuit court which position he occupied for many rears. His later years had been occupied in less active employment. Vhen he received his last illness he waa serving in the capacity of Justine of the Peace of this township, which office be bad held for some years, On the 6th of April 1837 he was married to Miss Amanda M. Cham- lerlaln, daughter of Alexander Chamberlain, the first permanent white lettler in Cans county. To this union were born nine children, only one of whom, James, who lives in Colorado, mrvlves. Mrs. Smith died in Minne,polls In 1868, Mr. Smith was again married in 1868 to Mrs. Mary Ann Barren) Heth who died several years ago. In 1891 Mr. Smith was married ,o Mrs. M. A. Myers who survives him. As a citizen Judge Smith stood iigh in the estimation of all. He was horoughly a gentleman of the old chool and was honest, capable and aithful in the discharge of every duty, le was a very entertaining talker and lie fund of reminiscence of the pioneer ,ays of this county was inexhaustible. Mr. Smith was a member of Tipton odge F. and A. M. under whose auspices the funeral will occur from lU late residence at 3 o'clock this ,fternoon. Peace to his ashes. ANOTHER PIONEER GONE. Mrs. Margaret Wbodllng, widow of David Woodllng, died at 11 o'clock esterday morning at her home In Vaeblngton township, aged 74 years, our months and ten days. The de- eased was one of the pioneer rest- ents of the county having lived here or more than 50 years. The funeral /ill be held at 2 o'clock today from he Seven Mile church, and Interment 111 be made In the Hahn cemetery. A CHILD'S DEATH. Little Helen Margaret Eadebaugh, aughter of Mrs. Carrie Winters lodebaugh, died this morning at one 'clock at the home of her grand, arenti, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Winters, 06 Eighth street, age 21 months, uneral at the house tomorrow, MOD. ay, afternoon, at 6 o'clock. Burial t Mt. Hope cemetery. THE PROGRESS. LOGANSPORT'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE We show the Largest Line of Clothing of any bouse in the city. Our Men's Business Suits at $10 are winners, and our $12, $15 and $18 Drees Suits, Long Cut Sacks aud Frocks, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LO&ANSPORT, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may bo others who advertise the cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Molt Rupture Curo Company assert can be rolled upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of thit time have not been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who EO gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising generation will never tire of the stories of might and valor performed upon the great battle fields of the south. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deed< «t forth in an accurate and graphic manner to which a further beauty is added by the numerous halftone photographic reproductions of men and places of the time. This magnificent work can only be secured at the Daily Journal Portfolio Department, in weekly parts, for 10 cents and three coupons, PART 6 NOW READY. EXCELSIOR ASK YOUR BARBER FOR CURER AND HAIR It i* WARRANTED to Cure Baldness an Office and J^abratory, ^§;5SBi;ii^SlteilkS^I

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