FOGLESONG BROS. Undertakers <and Embalmers and Kctail Oealer.iu>ll Kinds of ; Furniture and UpHolstering 424 BROADWAY. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I can i« found at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. wherel will be prepared Jrorn 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or narry passengers to and from any part of tho.city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. IJwill endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If '/ou have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work that can be done with a street hack, I will bo glad to do it. What could you do that n, customers would appreciate more than calling the haok for Tilm? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12ch street. Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison's GITBroad war. Yours -JTruly. Wm. Lynas. WEDNESDAY MORNIiN'G, JAN 23- The-Indications Are TMt Walker & Raucn nave the kind of Rubbers and Overshoes you want, Try it on. WflLKER 6c RflUOH. 420 Broadway. McKeen's steam laundry—(food .vork Extracts for coloring candy, at Pryur's. E B. Ovarshiner will shortly open a loan and broker's office on Fourth, street. Everybody is attending the fire sale of shoes aod rubbtrj at Brown's shoe store. Three new braves were added to the ranks of the Red Men at the meeting last eight. New goods arriving dally; do not fall to price them as they are way down—Trade Palace. The wind of Monday night blew Welch's delivery wagon over and broke tfce glass windows in it. Messrs. Fox and Dunkleberg will lake possession of Solder's queans. wart store on ihe first of February. The worlc of frescoing the Episcopal church Is progressing rapidly and will be finished by the end of the week, Ed Murray visited recently at Peru and while there was made the victim of a big surprise party by his many friends. Judson W- Freeman of Illinois, and Miss Lizzie Hoffman of near Royal Center, were married recently at the latter place. The windows in the front of a residence on Linden avenue, occupied by a man named Moore, were broken by the wind Monday night. Thousands of cases of rheumatism have baen cured by Hood's Sareapa- rllla. This is abundant reason for belief that it will cure you. Twenty youag people went out to the homo of Juhn WHliogs, five miles west of the city last evening Dancing and refreshment were Indulged in. Toe Eatre Nous Club surprised Miss Muzzlne Gallagher at her home on the West Side last evening. The occasion being her nineteenth birthday, Dane- and refreshments wore indulged in. A postoffice clerk at Elwood named Frank Hogaon, had his gold watch stolen the other day. It was returned to him by mail. The thief's letter Slid: >'Inclosed Bad your watch. Just after taking it I learuod that it be longed to you and that you were a poor, red-headed boy, working for $2 75 per week. The first thing I ever took belonging to a red-headed person I got caught, and I know this would prove a Jonah to me." easr monthly payment!, two-story six-room frame residence, elegan mantel, bath-room, water closet, anc all modern conveniences, centrally located. Any one wanting to buy a home by paying a little more than rant. Tnis ia your opportunity. For particulars, oali at once. JAMES T. COCKBCRX, Room 3, Spry'd Building, corner Broadway and Pearl St. A HKHDIIIC Banquet. Orient Lodge No 272, F. & A. M., will confer the Master's Degree on two candidates thi* (VVednesday) evening, Jonuary 23, 1895, followed by t ban quet. Members of the Fraternity will meet at the ball at 6:30 promptly. 1V1I1 Sho it For Turkey*. At the home of G B Harrington, the first farm west of Long Cliff hospital, a shooting match for turkeys will occur next Friday beginning at 9 8. m. The best marksman will win twenty.fire" turkeys. ADDITIONAL. IfJE.flS. All railroad employes are hereby notified that special inducements will be offered them in all kinds of footwear by Line Pilling, 112 Broadway. Strange, but true, that Line Pilling is the only sboe man in this city that handles first qua.Ity rubbers exclusively. No punched goods or second grades can be found in his sto'-e. When you buy rubber goods of him you can depend on It that they are the best. Namely, Goodyear Glove and Boston Rubber Shoe Go's poods. Others will toll you (ves they are just as good as Boston and Goodyear, etc.,) but don't be deceived. We have tried them all, Goodyear Glove and Boston's are the goods to bny. Yes, we all lika a good pair of rubbers, first grade, you know. But do you know where to buy just that kind? I will tell you. Always go where they handle nothing but first grade goods aod^then you will bo sure to get them. Such a place is Link Filling's Shoe House, and he does not charge any more for them than some charge for second grades Pilliog's Sboe House, 412 Broad way, Logansport, tie place where every sboe is called by its right name. Cards good for twenty shines free with shoes. We shine our customers'shoes without charge. Pilling, the Shoe Man. We Are Crowing! Oyer the Great Success of OUP Annual learance Sale now going on. -4 Off on all Suits and Overcoats. $20 Suit and 0 rereoat now $10. |15 Suit and Overcoat now $11.35. $10 Suit and Overcoat now fT.50 $0 Suit nnd Overcoat now $3.73 THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASE Extraordinary Values, Equal ;to What OtUer Tailors Cliarjje *4O.OO for. W« are Turulnfr out Great Quaiititses of Work, and oar Customer's are JKerfectly Satiaiiecl. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. CROW LE AR CROWDS CROWDS, To the Great Bona Fide Closing Out Sale, Ordered by the Cass Circuit Court. Rare bargains in Dress Goods. Rare bargains in Underwear. Rare bargains in Notions. Rare bargains in Everything. Come early before the Crowd fills the Store. Everything must be sold. "Unfair Competition," "Commercial Integrity," show that the shoe pinches. People who live in Glass Houses should not throw stones. A word to the WISE is sufficient or should be. If you want bargains go to The Golden Rule Drv Goods Store Corner 4th and Market Streets.
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