Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 25, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, January 25, 1895
Page 8
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^WJ'*^ FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers ^and Embalmers and Kctail Dealcr.ln'all Kiuds of DFurniture and Upnolstering 424 BROflDWrtY, 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 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or iftrrv passengers to and from any part of the city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I'will endeavor to give the host services possible for the money. If 7ou have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work ihat <;an be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. Wliat eould 7pu do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for Min? SpecUU rates will bo given yon. Leave orders at 12Gb street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison's OHBroad •wav. Tours JTruly. Wm Lynas, DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, JAN 25. The Indications Are Walker & Raucn have fte kind of Rubbers and Overshoes you want. Try it on. WALKER 6c RflUGtt 420 Broadway. • McKeen's steam laundry—good »ork Exvraots for coloring candy, at Piyur's. The New Castla Evening News is now defunct. Patrolman Curt Smith has been tranufern-d to tbe day forse. A. B Woods of Kokorno, collector of the Income vaz. is in the city. Felt boots, buclcle arctlea and Alas, ka's, cheap at Brown's fire gale. EHzibetb McClurg hsa been given a divorce from Wioftald Soott Mojlurg. Dr. J. J. Barton is preparing 10 remove from Royal Center to Union City. C. A. Ramsey haa gold hia Sixth street meat m.trket to Z cbarlah Drltt W A. Modrell haa purchased Andy Hubler's game and poultry house on Third street. Legitimate bargains la the watchword at the Bee Hive. Come and get a remnant bargain. A number of young people of Logansport will attend ttia dauce in Monticello this evening 1 . Mr. and Mra Harry Tucker will en tertHln tbe Euchre Club thle evening- at their home in ihe East Had. Wend the Boe Hlve'i) remnant and clearance irale today and tomorrow. Greater bargains than ever to close. Harry Barr, who has been at St. JuBBpb's hospital since his injun at Red Key some lime ago, Is said to be mush better. Purif/ your blood, tono up the aayg tern, and regultta the dlji;< stive organ by taking Hood's Saraaparilla. Sold byjall druggists. A big revival has btien for aome time in progress at tb/3 A. M. E. church. Great interes; has been shown in the meetings. The Eel township Sunday school convention that was to be held tonight at the North Side chapel, has been indefinitely postponed. The funeral o! the late Mra. Emma Reed will be held today at 2:30 p m. at the lecture room o' the Broadway M E. church. Toe Rev. Norria will ojnduoi the services. HE MAI TET REC0YEB wlc» Rrporird gk e" h . »nit H** 3)uw Omi a Fair Ctia>-ce For \i\t . The lai>t reports from tbe bedalde o Warren Rnowles, wbo was shot lr the left luog by Harry Worden last Sunday night, was to the tflect that bis condition waa much more favorab e than it had been and that his chances for recovery were good, so long as Inflammation did not affect tbe wound, in which case his death would probably ensue In a short time. Tbe young man has made a strong fight for life, and it ia hoped he may yet return to his friends a well man. The Pottawaiome club rooms over Solimano'* confectionery store. w tbe scene of a very pleasant gathering :ast eight. At stated intervale the lub opens its doors to the many friends of its members, and as are all their receptiocb, last night's event was weU attended. Tbe early part of the evening waa spent at cards, »finr which da'clog and b'lllards vrere In order. The company dispersed at a late hour. FEET. There are old (e t and young feet, And llti 1« lent and Rreut, Prettr f^ft nnd homely ivet, And feet ihiit do not mate. There are tender foet am) tongs feet, And narrow foAt Jin1 wl je, Short (t'ct and Ion fret, eet iou like to hide. It's quite a feat to cover feet. In • We and comtort too, And If ttiU Is whit you're after, I'll tell you what to do. Justm^e jnnr 'wt to >nd fit them wl h h * B Then your corns will nnver ho'hor, And you'll never h.ivethi blues. The D. B. parsonage oti the South Side was tbe scene Tueadi.y nlgbt. of a most social gathering-of joung peop'e who pulled tally, indulged in games and music during the evening. Putting a teuder corn troubled foot Into our shoes is like putting your foot into Paradise.— Pilling 412 Broadway. Up with tbe times. That is what the psople say about Pilling the Shoe Mao. He haa a colored man employed whose duty it 1* to attend the door and •ibine customers' slio°8. Cards good -for 2'J shines is given with a pair of shoes. New spring shoes and slippers are arriveing daily at Filling's Shoe We invite you all to come and see tbe now ideas in stylish footwear for spring. LINT PILLIN&, 412 Broadway. 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 Overcoat now $15. $15 Suit and Ov-erooat uow $11.35. $10 Suit and Overcoat now $7.50 $5 Suit and Overcoat now $3.75 THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal .to Wbat OtUcr Tailors *4O.OO for. . are Turning ant, Great Quantities of Work, and our Customer* are Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. D :o D' 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. Come early before the Crowd fills the Store. Everything must be sold. "Unf ^Competition," "Commercial Integrity," show that the shoe pinches.] People whoSlive 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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