Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 27, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 27, 1895
Page 8
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«:*«;K;?f^>~;^ -^-^^'j^Zf^—^X-;*'^ *'•':;:.;'. ''';"'•' '"' : ''.^''"-' ".''••'f-.^'f'''.-'^- •"'•'- ; ''''••'. "'•''". '*? FOOLESONO BROS. Unflertakers^and Embalmers and Retail Dealer^UTall Kiuds of Furniture and Upholstering 424 BROFlDWrtY. DAiiY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JAN 27. . Funeral of Henry Ow*ton. The funeral of iDe Jaie Henry H. Owston will be held. at 2 p m. today from the late residence, on the corner TL.^,-, ... • | of Hljjfc and Seventh streets. The John F. Carr.ll is reported sick. RB ,. T . S FreemaQ , as3ls;ed by t ™ McKeen's steam laundry—good »ork Rev D I. Hobos, will conduct the Extracts for coloring candy, at [services. The interment will be trade at Me. Hope cemetery under the A. C. Barnatt is quite sick with I ausi-icea of the Odd Fellows and pneumonia. Knights of Pyihias. Read the Bee Hive's spring as- Th« FuneraTor-ttosrcMichael, nouQcemeot. At 3 p.m. today from the family Chris Berg, jr., la nursing 1 an residence on West Market street, will abscess In hla side. occur the funeral of the late Moses A bank is one of the fnture possibil- u ' cti aela. Dr. Hirshberger o( Fort ilies at Bunker HilJ, | Wayne will conduct the serrices. In Post F of the T, P. A. held a regular meeting last night. Prof. E. A. Hall is trying to start a Business College at Ft. Wayne. The Bee Hive opens the spring sea son tomorrow with wash goods. terment will be made in the Jewish cemetery, Tipton lodge No. S3 F. I and A. M. having- charge. "New Goods Slaughtered. A Carroll founiy Caie. Charles Thorn ts, a nineteen year old young man of Carroll county, has P. J. Farrell has recently retired I be8Q foutjd ? uilty °' a ° "<*mpt to om the firm of Roach & Farrell criminally assault Tina Parkins, a sixteen year old girl. His punishment Overcoats, Ulsters, Heavy Suits and Winter Underwear at your own price. We have also between three and four hundred boys' suits in all sizes and{qunities that you can buy at . yourjown figures. No Fake! Nothing but straight -.goods >t the Broadway Clothing Store, 426>: Broad way. JOS. G. GRACE. from the firm of Roach & Farrell. An entertainment will be given February 6th by the ladles of the G. A. R. Work has been suspended at the Kenneth quarries during the severe weather. The Busy Beo Hivo open their wabh goods tomorrow. Read what their advertisement says about them Mr. and Mrs. George Murray have adopted two-year.old Addie Dempsey, a.daughter oJ James and Mary Demp- ney. Simon P., the infant son of Mr. and Mre S. P. Sheorln was burled at 3:30 yesterday from St Vincent de Paul's 1 hurch. Hood's Sarsaparilla acting through the blood, reaches every part of the Hjst(-rn, and in this way positively cures catarrh. The funeral of Mrs. E K. Coulson who died last evening, will be held at 2 p. m Monday from the residence, No 1815 Broadway. New wash goods, new embroideries all at the new basis 50 per cent, below former prices at the Trade Palace. Prints, 2;,' cents per yard. Found—At Glffe's book: store two house keys tied wlib. a black cord. was fixed at six months in jail and a Sne of $1 000. Tbe case attracted an unusual degree of attention. See the special low prices on black dress goods this week at the Trade Palace. FEET. There are old fo-t ;ind yonng feet, And lit' le led nnrl cro.T, Pretty frt-j and lionifly ii-et, And feet that do iiut mute. Tlioro arc temjor fret and touffb left. Anil narrow ti'ft ami wlao, Short ft-ft ;ind Ion !Vt>t, And feel you like to bide. It's mute a feat to cover feet. In.- tj-le and comfort too, And if this is what you're after. I'll toll you whnt t« do. Just take ymir tert to "IUJn^'s And lit thorn w| b h s shoes, Then your corns will lU'vcr-ho'.her, And you'll never have th~ blue?. We Are .Crowing! Over the Great Success of our Anmi* Clearance Sale now going on. 1-4 Off on all Suits ana Overcoats. $20 Suit and Overcoat now $15. $15 Suit and Overcoat now $11.2 Suit and Overcoat now if7.50 Suit and Overcoat now $3,75 Owner can bavetbena by calling at this office and paying foi notice. Horace Loomis, forty years old, charged wllh the murder of a cousin, Jumes Gregory at a town near liokomo, August 81st, hue been declared insane and will be committed to an asylum, making his fifth com mltmeot. Putting a teuder corn troubled foot info our shoes is like putting your foot into Paradise.—Pilling 412 Broadway. Up with the times. That is what the people say about Pilling the Shoe Mao. He has a colored man employed whose duty it is to attend the door and •shine customers' shoos. Cards good for 20 shines is given with a pair of shoes. ^e w spring shoes and slippers are arriveins daily at Pillin^'s Shoe Houee. We invite you all to come and see the new ideas in stylish footwear for THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH! Extraordinary Values, Equal ;to Wliat Other 'Tailors '" i»4O.OO ior. i of Work, and our spring. PILLIN9, •112 Broadway. Prices are Very Low. . Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. NOW- OR - NEVBR. Is exactly the truth regarding the only Genuine Closing Out Sale. The Court ordered the stock closed out and His Honor will be obeyed. Ladies', id Children's Goals Must be Sold at What They Will Bring! Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear At Less Than The Cost of Wool. WOOLEN DRESS GOODS Are Being Given Away Almost. Like a sweeping tide is the rush of eager customers for the Great Bargains offered, and like an ebbing tide, is the departure of Chappy, contented buyers, with a bargain package under their arm. This is the natural result. Come with the crowd. * The Gold Corner 4th and Market Streets. W. D. PRATT, Assignee. * • WBH^ ""

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