Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 24, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, January 24, 1895
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FOOLESONO BROS. Underiakers %-and Erabalmers anil Retail Dealer in all Kinds oi [Furniture and Up&olstering 424 BROflDWflY. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I can be found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway, wherel will be prepared from 0 o'clock in the morning to 9 iu the evening to deliver parcels or earrv passengers to and from any part of the city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for .the money. If you have a parcel to deliver or a pusHongor co deliver, or aay liirht work that CUD be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. Wliac could you do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for him? Special rates will bo given you. _ Leave orders at 12ch street, Livary Stable or Geo. Harrison's 617Broad wav. Tours Truly. DAII Y JOURNAL Wm Lynas. Tlie Indications Are TMt Walker & Ranch have toe kind of Rubbers and Overshoes you want. Try it on. WflLKER 5c RflUOH. 420 Broadway. FHUKSDAY MORNING. JAN. 24. McKeen's Steamlaundry—good fork Extracts for coloring candy, at F«lc boots, buckle arcties and A!as. »V, caetp atB'own'ti fira pale. Thirty-eight cents a yard for new usb silkd. at tbe Trade Pa.ls.co. See those lonely naw linens at such iW|ric<8. now at tbo Trade Palace. Salt rheum with its intense itching dry, hot skin is cured by Hood's Sar. eaparilln, becuu-e it purities toe blood. Mike Huesey who had an ankle njured at tbe quarries yesterday, is joiog cared for at St Joscpu's hospi. a! Charles Skel'on and Divid Miller of his city are working as linemen for be Slethepbono company at Frank, ort. See the new 65 cent wash silks only 8 centu at this sale at the Trade 'ala;e. See the 25 cent Japanese silits Miss Pearl Ropers of New Castle, Ind., will return home Saturday after vUHing on Seventeenth street for two weeks. Barnard S'.ollz who came from Bivarla in 1892, was yesterday legally taken under tie shadow of tho stars and stripes. Isaac Parish, an engineer on the Pan Handle while alighting- from his engine yesterday morning- stepped CD a piece of coal and Sprained his ankle. An earthquake 's reported to have ratUe.d the cliizsosof W'ibash one day rocently. It takes an eartnquake shock once in a while to keep thtt town from dropping off into perpetual slumber MisaEillh RViuheimar entertained' her Sunday school class of the Eagllsh Lui.b«ran church, at her home in tbe E-ibtEnd yesterday af.ernoon. Games aod refreshments were indulged in by the little foikd. A', Si Brideet'fi hall OD tbe West Sice, a company made up of some of our best local talent, presented for tbe Gr P t time on any stage, a comedy entitled • Bonder's Travels," tbe production of one of Log- n s port's bright younp men, a son of D. H. Chase Tte oasl was well selected and all the parts were well taken. A good audience enjoyed tbe presentation. It le reported that "Bonder's Travels' 1 will eooo be given a presentation at the opera house. A FHEIGHT WKECK, Tn-elTe Frelshi C«r« Derailed a AnoltiL Luttt Xigjhc— Xo Oue Jluri. A duzin freig-iit cars were thrown from tne track at a point on the Pao Hanale near Anoka Junction, dve miles east of the city, about 9 o'clock last nigbt. 0;ily two of the cars derailed were loaded, and tbe trainmen escaped witoout injury. It WHS reported that the trouole was caused by the breaking of a train wnile on the grade, ihe wild section crashing into aaother train. Tho wrecking ouifu was sect out as soon as tbe news ut the wreck *aa received and the work of clearing the track was far enough along to allow the pasting of the mldnig-ht trains with but little delay. A ttaaunic Banquet. Tiptoo Lodee No 33, F. & A. M., will coafer the Master't Degree on two candidates tbi* ( Toursday) ev niog January 24. 1895. followed by a ban quet. Members of the Fratercit will meet at the hail at 6:30 promptly AD1HT1OXAI, H'E.tlS. All railroad ecnpioyas are hereby no tlfied that special inducements will b. offered them in all kioas of footwear oy Hoc Pilling, 412 Broadway. Strange, but true, that Line Filling- Is the only shoe man In this city lha bandies firm qua tty rubbers exclusively. No puaobed g-oods or socond grades can be foucd in bis sto-e. When you buy rubber goods of him >ou can depend on it that they are the oest. Nitnely, Goodyear Glove and Boston Eobner Sboe 'Co's goods. Others will tell you (ves they are just as good ab Boston and Goodyear, etc.,) but don't bo deceived. We have tried them all, Goodyear Gl ve and Boston's are the goods to bny. iU wo all like a good pair of rub- )ers, first grada, you know. But do you know wnereto buyjunt that kindP I will tell yru Always go wbere they handle nothing but Gret grade goods aod^theo you will be sure to get them. Sunn a place is Link Filling's Shoe House, and he does not charge any mote for them than some charge for second grades Filling's Sboe House, 412 Broadway, Logansport, tl.e place where every shoe ie called by its rig-ht name. Cards eood for twenty shines free with shues. Wa shine our customers shoes without charge. Filling, the Shoe Man. We Are Crowing! Over the Great Success of our Annual Clearance Sale now going on. 1-4 Off on all Suits and Overcoats. $20 Suit and (Vereoat now $ir>. | $10 Suit and OrercoH.t now $7.50 $15 Suit and CK'frcoat now $11.35. | $5 Suit uud Overcoat uovv $8.75 THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tailors Ctianro *40.OO for. W«- are Turning: out Great Quantitses of Work, and our Customers are Perfectly Sati.-»li«<i. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. :o S! CROWDS 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 barganis in Everything 1 . 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 wanlbargains go to The Golden Rule Drv Goods Store. Corner 4th and Market Streets.

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