Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 25, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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W^^ ^? *•___* K ,i \ ^ ^k">,.^2^,^^^^^^^»^^^^n^i , . V *<fj\ •*#* - '-J HERMSDORF" FAST BLACK HOSE. Only 23s for Ladies' Sizes, and for a few days only we give a beautiful souvenir. Come and see the g )ods. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY FITS: PWS. PUS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints ilf you are going to use any Paints COME AND ! Mfi. I keep -the Jarge^t and best stock of Paints , -Painter's Supplier in Indiana. I make a specialty if'-'.'Of thisJine of £oods arad am ia 3. shape to sell you any- I; 4fcting in c&e Jine for lew money than it is possible for «y«ompsf.i£ort! to do. WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. Matter iHow Large or Small a Quantity YoujWant Come and See Me . F. KEESLING, 1K>B Fourth S t LOG ANSPORT, INC. Just R' &cefor< 3d the Largest Line 'Of ^ HAHMC> CK:S ' LAP DUSTERS, SPRAYING PUMPS Has Ever Been Seen in theICit.y As Low as the Lowest. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 25. Matinee races today. The Lady of Lyons tonight. Ill will be explained this See the matinee races at the dr5v. log park today. Fine zephyr ginghams 8J cents pcf yard, at the Bee Hive. Huntington Ice cream at Ben Fisher's soda fountain, only 5 cents. The celebrated onyx hoae absolutely fast black, only 20 cents a pair or $2,25 per dozen, at the Bee Hive. For Sale—$5, COO and $10,000 accident tickets for $10 and $20 per year by S. M. Closeon, NV>. 319- Pearl itreet, The city schools will clo«e May 30, hat the pupils may participate io the seremonies attending the celebration »f Memorial Day. Why pay 16 cents a glsw for foe ream soda when Ben Fisher will sell 'on the best for 5 cents, Hontlngton ce cream at that. No- other medicine has equalled Hood's Sarsaparllla in the raiief it gives in severe casee of dyspepsia, ick headache, etc. Ladies, you will do well to be on and today to got a few of those beau- Iful organdies at 9J cento, usual 1 price 6 cents.—Bee Hive. I wish to thank my many friend* nd neighbors for their kindness- iur- ng the sickness and after the deavh of my wife.—Benj. B. Chiteott. The Juvenile Templars will glv» an ntertainment in the Geefi Templars all Saturday evening. There w!3 b« o admission fee. Kafreshmenta will, e served after the entertainment. The High school boys will e&ier- aic the girls of the first and second ears at the High School building? »hii vening. The social promises to fce ne of much interest. ONE HUHDBED AND ELEVEN. Th» Secret of tbe KtTitle Nnnber BtiTMUea by an Important Baslneti Chance. For sometime past tbe readers of the daily papers have been kept on tbe gueis as to the meaning of the mystic "111" which has been ruuning in the advertising columns cf the papers. This wonder was heightened yesterday morning by tbe appearance over tbe city on pavements and dead walls in large black figures of that same mystic "111. The mystery was solved by a change of location on the part of John Hilda brandt, tbe Pearl steeet plumber, who moved his plumbing establishment Into the room so long occupied as a saloon In the Hlldebrandt building at 4C8 Fourth street. The room has been completely remodeled for the needs of the new store and has been fitted up lu flrst'Class style ae a plumbing establishment in which all the needs of first-class sanitary plumbing, gas and steam fitting, and work in all departments of that line may be supplied and attended to in the best possible manner at short notice. Mr. Hllde- brandt has fitted up a very convenient and attractive establiibment and will bo glad to welcome all his old friends and new ones, too, at the new stand 403 Fourth street. The foregoing 1 , however, does not explain the rays, tery of the mystic "111." This number is the number of the telephone by which this new establishment may be reached, if you have not time to place ao order. Telephone "ll'l."' MEN'S SUITS Of all inducements that have been offered men to buy a Spring Suit, our offer of $10, $12 and $15 For the nobbiest thing in Long Cut Sacks and Frocks in New Spring Fabrics, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. Hie Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of th*t lime have not been HARRISON, 424 Broadway. OUR STOCK OP iifWOMEN'S LOW SHOES 3HEW «ND OOMPT1 S' °° mE ' N flN " 8EE WALKER 6c RflUGH 420 Broadway. The. Weather Today—Clear and warm. Onr Dnderwear IS A DELIGHTFUL SUBJECT UO TALK ABOUT FOR WE HAVE SOME VERY NICE THINGS TO SHOW YOU FOR WARM WEATHER. AGAIN WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR SU- Straw Hats. For tbe The jury in the case cf Mary Miller T9 the estate of John Miller returned a verdict for the plaintiff yesterday morning awarding her f 2, 095. 43, which i» the- face of her claim of fl, 204 together with accrued interest and attorneys fees. The plaintiff lives in Tipton town. ;»hip. She is the widow of John* Miller and bfoaght suit for- tbe collection of a note for $1,304. Her daughter, Mra-. Lorotta Thomas, tbe- only other heir to the- estate, conteited the- claim on the- ground of forgery, and the case was taken into court for settle ment with the ab»ve result, the jury flndfag that the note was good and collectable and so decided. BO0NB 1 €>TEK Yesterday before- Mayor R«a*, the oaae of tbe State vs. Wm. VPaSfner. arson-, was given sr preliminary bear- .Ipg. The defendant was bound' over in the- sum of $300 -Jo- await tho-aetion of the Circuit Court. He secsrred bond. Wagner is charged with having let fire to his boarding house ooSorth street, Tuesday morning. forgotten by the The damage suit of Straight VB. the C. C. & St. L. railway company for $10', 600 for damages incurred by tbe plaintiff, a brak«man, was compromised, the defendant company paying him $500. SENSATIONAL n*TOKCE CJJ)B. Tbe sensational Mock divorce ease will be called in the cirouit court on Monday. Order of Bviltr. At a meeting Wednesday Bight Logan Council No. 129, Order of Equity was organiied. It IB- officered as follows: ' Councilor — Michael Doyle. Vice Councilor— Esther Cenoe-11. Fast Councilor— Grace T. Bacon. Secretary— Jennie DeLong. Collector— Walter VUliere. Treasurer — Ira Leedy. Adjuster— Richardson Rafti*. Chaplain— Ella Leedy. Marihall— Charles Knauss. Guardian— Phebe Tolley. Sentty — George MoMahon. Medical Examiner— Jasper Downey. . Trustees- Dr. Dowaey, Walter Vllliers and Walter Mather. The Raee» T»<I»T. The following program has b**n arranged for the matinee races at the Driving park today. Free for all trot and pace — Cra»an's •Oliver Me;" Webater'i "Col. Gould;" Haigh& Rlliott's "Frank BC* Marquis' "Francis Mi'^Dykeman's "Kitty C." Bicycle race, one-half mile, two best In three. Exhibition mile between "Cole ridge" and "Brenaan," "Madge W" will go & half mile, »o beat 1:10. _ Attend the Bee Hire's great organ die sale this morning. A. BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who >o gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising generation will never tire of the stories of might and valor perfoimed upon the great battle fields of the south. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deed* ett forth in au accurate and graphic manner to which a further heauty is added by the numerous half-tone 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 7 NOW READY. ASK YOUR BARBER FOR p ASK YUUK J3-a.KOJwn. rwn. IEXCELSIOR SCALP CURER AND HAIR PRODUCER 822 Pearl Street.

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