Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 29, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 29, 1894
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CHINA SILK SALE. Having bought the remaining stock of a silk importer, will close them out at the following low prices. Figured China Silk, worth 35c, only 19c. .., ^ . • -; ce~-~A a t less than import- GOLDEN RULE I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR i-V'v'i.jJ -•ABB Rinds of Paints If you ara z<nn% to use ",ny Paints GOME AND SBS M'fiJ "l keep the largest and best stock of Faints *ad' Painter's -Supplies in Indiana. I nuke a specialty 4<Ctfeis line of goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the i me for less money than it is possible for competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity •f Paints You:Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESL1NG, »OB Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. I Have Just Beeeived the Largest Line : of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, SPRAYING PUMPS AND P &•'• That Has Ever Been Seen in the City. They Are As Low as the Lowest. Please Call at GEORGB HARRISON- 424 Broadway. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES •a OHE«P flND COMPLETE*. COME IN ftND SEE ;-"... I it C/V1" WflLKER & RflUGH. 420 Broadway. SUNDAY MOKNING. MAY 27. Fast black hosiery at the New Fashion store. To win a first prize, you must rido a Remington. $4 duck suits only |2,48. at the Trade Palace. The latest in millinery at the New Fashion store. Soe the extra value China silks, only 54 cents.—Golden Rule. Soe the beautlul white duck drese goods, at the Trade Palace. E. D. Closson has a few hundred dollars to loan on mortgage security. A complete new stock of China silks at less than importer's cost.—Golden Rule. Soe the Trade Palace for white goods, fans, hoso, etc., at correct prices. Mrs. Elizabeth MoCann is danger, ously ill at her home 314 Eal River avenue. Do not buy cotton dress goods when you can buy China silks at 19 cents.— Golden Rule. Take a look a,t our carpets, tugs and curtains. Wo will save you big money at the New Fashion store. For Sale—16,000 and $10,000 accident tickets for f 10 and $20 per year by S. M. Closson, No. 819 Peatl street. Malaria is one of the most innldions of health destroyers. Hood's Sarsa. parllla Counteracts its deadly poison and builds up the system. The Young People of the Universal- ist-Sunday school will give asocial this evening, May 29, at the homeof Mrs. W.'Wilson, 418 North street. Luella Kunse of the class of '93 has accepted a position in the Wabasb city schools as teacher for the next term ol scoool This spea,k9 well of her ability, being placed- in a graded school for her first year The Weather Today—Clear and somewhat warmc% t/ian yesterday. A GENTLEMAN ALWAYS LIKES A GOOD FITTING SHIRT AND WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE IT FOR HIM. FANfiTVESTS A BEAUTIFUL-.LOT OF WASH VESTS IN BOTH DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED. SHIBT MJUCK, HATTKB A1TO FOBNHBEB. m- OTMOBI1L DAT EXEBCI8E8. Gvnaral Order or tbo Bxorelic* Attending memorial Oar— Ll"« of M»reb- Program «t tb« Cemetery. All organizations that take part in the parade and msmorial exercises are requested to assemble at the foot of Broadway and on Second street north of Market at 1 :SO p. m. sharp and report to C. P. McKee the chief mar. shal ol the day who will assign each organ ization to the place assigned thorn in the parade. The line will be formed -on Broad. way the right resting on Third street in the following order: Pollw Force. Military Band. Loran Greys. Uniform Bank KniKhts Pythla;, Colombia Citdeta. Senior Drum Corpn. Uniterm Catholic Knights. indent Order of Hibernians. St. Vincent De Paul Cadets. .Junior Dram Corps. Wea Tribe No. 170. I. 0. R, M. Sons oT Yetenins. LOBiins]K>rt Post No. 14, (j. A. R Speakers In Carriages. Singers in Carriages. All other organizations and citizens in carriages will take their places on the loft as the procession passes east on Broadway. Cltlzone will form in carriages on Third etroet at north side of Broadway. Sohool children will assemble at the rink at 1:30 and will be under the command of Capt. H. C. Cushman, and will fall in aa the parade passes the rink. The reviewing; officers w'.H consist of the circuit judges, Mayor, city officers, aldermen and one representative from each of the city newspapers, and are to assemble mounted on Fifth street between Broadway an* North streets at 1:30 p. m. and as soon as the parade is formed will review the procession, immediately after which the procession will move east on Broadway to Sixth. »orth on Sixth to cemetery. The junior drum .corpi will escort a detail of the G. A R. to the Old cemetery at 12:45 p. m to decorate soldier's graves, and return resting on Sixth street south of Broadway. OBDKR OF KXKBCI3KS AT CBWXTKBT. AuemblyCall. Music by the band. Srnnof the Pllgrlms-Glffe ....................... .Choir wMarchlng by. the Boys In Blue-Powell ........ ,,....,,,„ ..... . ....... ....Cnoir. Crown Them M'Martjrs-Gille.... ....... ..... ) They Sleep In Th«lr Coantrj'n Blue- > Choir Artd..ev.a, FalllnTinto Line-GlflB.... ........................... choir GEO. R. McKEE, Chief Marshal. Twenty Paid V««terd«y. .,., Twenty subscribers to the. new gas company paid up yesterday as follows: John Reeves, D. L. Overholzer, Wm. Kerber, Mrs. A. M. '.Galnes, Mrs. B. Kohtz, D. D. Fickle, William Cassube, Sol Smith, J- B. Toby. CarlWeise.Dr. F. A Busjahn, Julius F. Lleneman, Morris Fitzgerald, sr., J. C. Carew, Harry Torr, Harry St. Glair. Louisa Geyer, William G. Cummlngs, P. J. Llngqulst, Michael McTaggart. Nine of these paid their first installment also. Let the good work go on. If you cannot pay both Installments today pay the first one. LBik*r Champion of in* World Logansport people remember Herr Emanuel Lasker, of Berlin, who played chess with Sbowalter, champion of the United States, in this city a year ago. Mr. Lasker has just finished a series of games with Stelnit?. the world champion, and In defeating him Lasker became chess champion of the world. Saturday night Stolniiz resigned the nineteenth game on the fifty-second move, The score stood: Lasker, 10; Steinltz, 5; draws, 4. Dally Saratoglan, Saratoga, N. Y., Presbyterian assembly note: A broad faced, big hoarled, jolly and genial man, is Rev. Dr. Douglas P. Putnam. Born in Ohio in 1844, he graduated at Wabash college 1867, took one year at Union seminary and two years at Lane graduating in 1870. He w»» assistant pastor at Portsmouth, Ohio, for one year. His first pastorate was at Monroe, Mich., 1871 to 1881 then at Springfiflld, Mo., 1881 to 1887. He has been at Logansport, Indiana, since the fall of 1887. Hlfl fine church burned last year but was recently rededicated. He was a volunteer soldier in 92nd and O. V. I. He is the "Front Porch" correspondent of the New York Evangelist for the pait twelve years and everybody reads what he writes. Given aw»y, oak book stands, hamd- toroe silver wear and bread cases. These are free to all who trade at the New Fashion store. 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. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sis., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of that time have-oot been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who so 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 deeds set forth in an accurate and graphic manner to which a further beauty is added by the numerous half-tone photographic reproductions^ 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 EXCELSIOR SCALP CURER AND HAIR Office and Laboratory

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