Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 2, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, February 2, 1895
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Keep' A way! WHY? Because of the remarkably low prices on all kinds of goods offered. Keep This in Your Mind! This stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Ores Goods, Notions, Underwear &c., must be sold quickly. You can't fool with the Court! His Honor has ordered this stock sold out and "you bet" his orders will be Complied with. Come for bargains! Come for good treatment! Come because you want the * goods and we will sell them to you a.t your own we price. This is business! The Golden Rule. W. D. PRATT. Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers -and Embalmers aiulKctaill>caIcr;in;all Kiiids of Furniture and Upholstering 424 BROftDWflY. J.O. BRIDGE. O R A N McKeen's steam laundry—good work Yesterday was pay day at the poat- offlce A a illtary company is being organized al Idaville. A now boiler is being- put in the Johnston Hou-e. To Mr, and Mrs." George Taylor, of Walton, a three pound girl. Mary B. Klise was yesterday given a divorce from William Kilse. E. Maurer i* Ijiog- dangerously 111 at hid home, 701 North street. Boys' ulsters In great va'itty at less tbaa first con, at Harry Frank's. Albert Hecdtrson and Flora L. Anderson have bean licensed to wed, The Poplar Grove fair will this year be held from S^pt. 30th to Got. 4th. Co!. R-jbart Cromer will ba admitted to tnu Cass caunty bar next Mon. day. Mrs. Green, a patient at tha Home for tbe Friendless id eicfc with dip- theria. Cbas. A. Michaels has qualiSed as administrator uf the estate of ihe late | Moses Michaels. Wonderfully cheap, the prices asked nuw by Harry FranS On Overcoais and suiis to c:rso out. The pulpit supply commutes Ot the Hems of m P«rreonil Ch«r»ct»r Com- r. train* Iioc<unport«m nod. Their Friends. In the city yesterday: J F. Curtln of Marion. W. L Bott of Star City. Samuel Stern of Koltomo. Albert Jacobs of Rochester. L. R Robinson of Morocco. George Summers of Win ifall. S P. Bevlcgton of GalvcsiciD. S. G- Rjnkle of Royal Center. John Wageublast of Crown Point, William Hunter of Young America George H. Geves and daughter ol Peru. J. G. Kerlin and H. W. Wolcott Of Wolcoit. BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW, TERMS EASY 410 Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. A New Hack Line. I have started n Hank and Parcel Delivery and in the future I'can be found at tho corner of 4th street and Broad«.-ay. wherel will be prepared irom 9 o'clock in tho morning to 0 in tho evening to deliver parcels or .carry passengers to and from any part of.tho city- My Charges Will ^ P *„/ I 'will endeavor to give tho boat services possible for tbe money. If you have 11 purcol to deliver or a pn,s;-i - >- f o driver, or aay lidit work tluit can be doao with a street hack, I .,;...-,-' •••! to do it. What could TOU do that a customers would a;>p.-0'.iiale more rha.ii calling tha hack for him? Special rates will bo given you. Leave orders at L2ch scrosf". Livery Suble or Greo. Harrisoa's GITBroad wfiv. 1'ours Truly. See The Specialists) For Cftronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical m-ethod that hae given wonderful results. Don't forgot, that their vapor trpatoient for all Chronic Lunt; Troubles gets the reinedifs to the diseased spots and cures when everythioj; else fails. Call ard iavestijiate anyway. It costs yon for consultation. Drs. CMstoptier & Longenecker, At The Medical and Surgicalllnstitme. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. Ind, Broadway Presbyterian church is not yet prepaied to call a pastor. Will Prosch opened bis new billiard hall oa Mtrket street last night. Ed Veal ia employed ac the new place. Notwithstanding our low prices on boyo' and children's overcoats, we give free a fine slod or cuaster.— Harry Frank. S. C. CHS?iday and family will occupy tbe home on Broadway recent y vacated by C. A. Krutsch" .and 'amily. The roaa at No. 428 Broadway for. merly occupied by C. V. Ranberger with a bakery, is balng cleared out and repaired. S. S. blull and family, formerly of ogansport, have located at Cosboc- on, Ohio, where Mr. Hull has a phot- 'graph gallery. The dtalng- room girls in one of the eadlng hotels in Kokomo are out on a trike. Tbo'e resldicg here came home yesterday. Andrew Coon of Royal Cenlor was ned $20 and costs yesterday in tbe Iruuii court on the charge of selling Iquor to minors. Rheumatism is primarily caused by ,cldity of tho blood Hood's Sar^a- larilliv purifies the blood, and thus ures the disease. Jauob Z JOk, an old resident of Miami county, died VVcdnudity of pa'Rlysu at his homo near Denver, whiiesealod in a chair. The composing room force of the Journal is iodeTted to the L-idiea' Aid Society of too Bethel church for a kind offering of assorted cake. Chas. Burke, jheliike Cicott liquor dealer, was yesterday flood $20 and costs in the Circuit court for the alleged illegal sale of liquor. Peru ChroLicle: Alex Appel will move to Logansjjort in a couple of days, where he wilt look after tbe iri"- terests of J, 0. Cole in tho beer business. Miss Anca Gibson, daughter of Joseph Griwoti, living north of the city entertained her classmates of the junior year of high school Thursday ui,:htvory pleasantly. The trip was muda in a wagon, Mr, aad Mrs. Oliver Cooper were Thursday night given a very pleasant surprise by a piny of tbiiir friends. Curds formed the p.musemont for tbe evening find E 1 S.:bulLir was the wiener of the first prizu. Tas nv.isical seleclioos rendered by the E.lie Mindolin club at tho Murdock noialfliixs Sjaday will ba taken by tha phonographic ptopla wbo h'ave Edison's latest invention, tbe kiato s-cope on exhibition at Ben Fisher's drug store. >Vinamao Republican: Members of Winamac Lodge, 168, I. O. 0 F., go to Lo^anpport Tuesday evening 1 to witness degree and staff work as exemplified by Eel River Lodge, I. 0 O. F. An elegant time is expected as the Ligansport lodge is making extra preparations for the evening. As many as can are iavited to go. A motion has been made in the Carroll county court for a rehearing of the notorious Parkins vs, Thomas case which attracted such crowds of morbidly curious people at" the first trial some time ago. when a jury gave young Thomas six months in jiil ind fised his fins at $1.000, He was charged with a criminal assault on sixteen-year-old Tiaa Parkins. .In the motion for a new trial it is claimed ) tbat the jury was Influenced -by the I demonstrations of the auditors. " Mrs. J. A. Brooks is visiting io Gooaland. Juhn Driscoll the moulder, has gone to Eiwood. Carl Keller attended a dunce at Terre Hnuie last night. W. T. Wiuon and wife went to Miohawaka yesterday. Mti-e Lizzie Werdner of Peru, vi-ldng friends in the city. S C Jones of Uniontown, Penn., fs visiting- friends in the city. Dr. Neff of Walton, called on friends in tbe'city yesterday. Miss May R -nau has returned from an extended visit at Chicago. -• Mi-S Daisy G-.vos Of Peru is visiting- M.lsres Emma and Alice Ross; John Powers of Lafayette was hore yesterday on hid way to Marlon. J. N KtiBten of Winamac waa hore yesterday morning calling on friends. Mrs. Rutb Forrest started yesterday on her trip to Europe and the Holy Land. Mrs. S A. Cummiogs is at Kokomo visiting her daug-btsr, Mrs. Martin McCrnclien. Newton County Enterprise: L L. Reed of Loganaport is spending the week here. Mrs. E li FlUb, formerly of Lo gansporc, now reslces at Spokone, Washington. R v. Dan Williams of Big Ripida is vifcitinghls motber, Mrs. Wihlams on Norld street. Ifaac Himmelberger and daughter Nettie will short y leave for a several weeks trip in California, Ben Kerr the butcher, was called to Mecbanicsburg- yesterday to attend the funsrol of a relative. Peru Chronicle: Walter Closson of LogaLSport, wua the guest of Miss Ma.udu Dyutr last evening. ' New Cattle Courier: Mr! and Mrs. Joe Palmer, L"gan = port spent Sunday witb friends in New Castld. Winamac Ro.iublicaa: Mrs. S Weyaud went to L igansporl Tuesday 10 apend a week with friends. Wbite County Democrat: Tony A,nhair aod family left Tnursday for their new borne io Logansport. Mrs. Chester Keen of Marion is spending a few days with her parents Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Jones of the city. Doug D Saltzgabbor of- Wheeling, W. Vd , formerly manager of- the Murdock hotel, was bere yesterday on business.' Sheriff Chas. Hamburg will go to Indianapolis todav to attend the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watterman. Mr. and Mrs. H S Tous'ey were at Chicago yes'.e-day to meet Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCortniek, relatives from Denver, Oh-lo, who will visit them here. Winamac Democratic Journal: Mrs. Barbara Millar came out from Logansport Wednesday and vnll remain here a fow dsiys visiting aad transacting come business. Fort W.iyne Sscunel: Miss Grace Collett of Lagan^port, arrived in the citv this noon and will bs the guest of Miss Anna Racine of the North Side, for some time. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson of EUvood have r3turncd to this city from Crawfordsville. Mr. Anderson is reported sick at tbe home of Mrs. Anderson's parents oa the West Siae. Lafayette Call: Trustee Will D. Pratt of Logaasport, of tho Star Dry Goods Store, was in tha city today en route to Indianapolis. Since Will got into baainesa here, it cornea sort o' handy to come around this way. Mr. and Mrs. 0- A. Cummins have returned from North Manchester, where they attended the funeral of an uncle, the Rev. A. M. Cummins, a prominent member of the U. B. church of the St. Joseph conference. Peru Journal: Miss Nellie Bowers entertained last evening in honor of her friend:, Miss AnnaNoagles Of Logansport Miss Lula Lalz returned. to Lo£ansport yesterday afternoon. She has been visitin?- Mrs. Newt R chardson... .Mrs. Michael Wolf returned last evening from Logansport We Are Crowing! Over the Great Success of OUP Annual t Clearance Sale now going on. 1-4 Off on ali Suits and Overcoats. $20 Snit and Overcoat now *15. I $10 Suit aud Overcoat now $7.60 $15 Suit and Overcoat now $U.25. | *5 Suit and Overcoat, now $3.7« THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market'and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITSTOORDERS20CASH •Extraordinary Values, Equal to Wbat Other Tailors { v,j Charge *4O.O() i»r. W«* are Turning ou" Great Qiiantitses of Work, and our Customers are I'en'ectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. ^ Carl W. Keller, \| Failor & Draper. 311 Market ST Plnyod I'nxjrensive Kucrc. Mr. and Mrs. E W. Alexinccr entertained Thursday night at progressive oucbre. Refreshments wure served. Tbosa" present from n oistaaco were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Troxel of Toledo, 0 ; ivfrs F E Francisco and Mre. B. E Buckingham of Chicago; and Mrs. M. D. Miller of Cioeinoutl. To Defend Hitri-j- IVordeu. Nelson & Myers, the Couuty Attorneys, have been appointed to conduct tbe defense of Rarry Worden, wbo is accused of assault with intent to kill Warren Kno.vies. Tne defendant represented to the court that he bad co means with which to employ coun. sel. AHirtli<l*y Oli'br.ation. A surprise was given Mrs. W. T. Myers .Thursday night at tho city botel, It was her 28ih birthday anniversary. The evanlng was passed at progressive euchre. Mr. Myers won tbe firot prlza and Mrs Court Smith was given tho "booby" favor. Jaraes furnur oT Lucerne and Oscar Gravesof Walton hive each been fined $20 and costs in tbe Circuit Court for selling liquor to minors. FEET. Tlit>re are old fe t and ,vo:in^ 1'ett, I'rc'Uy C-.ct ;ind lioniely i»-et. Anil fei'C ttjt (Jo ;jot male. There .ira teti'i*r 'oet am tough feet. And narrow feet iind wl .e, Short ft-et ;ind Ion feet, Alia real you like to aide. It's Quite a feat to cover feat. In Kyle a'ld comiort loo, And it tins Is whin j-ua're ;Lft«r, I'll icll you wbat io do. Just rate pur Jeet to Billing's jnd fit them wl h li s hboes. Then your corns will nmer bo;h»r, And you'll never huva tha blues. Patting a teuder corn troubled foot into oar shoes is like patting your foot into Paradise.—Pilling 412 Broadway. Up with the times. That is what the people say about Pilling the Shoe Man. He has a colored man employed whose dnty it ii to attend the door and shine casromers' shoes. Cards good, for 20 shines is given with a pair of shoes. '.Sev? spring shoes and flippers are arriveing dnily at Piliing's Shoe House. We invite yon all to coine acd see the new ideas ia stylish footwear for spring. " LINO FILLING-, 413 Broadwav. JOHN T. JiORHIS msCUAKGED. I>ftoot)v» His H-on KcIeiMCd. From rifi Kirn iioixt. .Vn., Jitll HH<1 Comi>U»V<-J.V Vindlculrd, Joha T. Non-ie tho well.known detecdve. ftas (inislly been hnnorably discharged from the juil at Richmond, Va. Drftuctivo Silus Morgan of ibis city, receivod word of tbe release of Norris, and also of tho holding- of Frank Sojith, with whom Norria wa« suape'ctcd of being- connecied io various coofiJence dames. Frank Smith Is said to have been identified by eight of his victims as tbo sharper who worked them at various tlmeB, and tricke, and for divers amounts of. money, One victim, banker James Johnson, of Upland, Grant county, who paid SojTth $7 500 for a 75-cent bronze metal brick, and who a^o paid detective Joha T NorrU $200 as a retainer- fee, will co to Richmond, Va.. with J. W. Piuinger, the cashier of thj Upland b»ok, to Bee Smith and to to coax pare of tbe money from It was Ibroueh the cJI >rts of detective Juhn T. Norristnat Frank SnUh w&» landed in tho Richmond jtil. and the smooth detccti»0 has been conQned with, hie prisoner for several weeks. irov. <1 to I..<lianaroll-<. C. A. Kruisao, tn-i architect, has joined hie partner, Jo.-ieph haycock at Indiaaapoli-i. • hnving shipped his household eoods to tbat city. Tho firm his an office in tho Wben bloclc, and tho (.ffice hero has beun given up. Tbeir prospects a'.'tbe capUal city arc eaid to be very flittering. Money to l,o*ii at 4 Per Cent. Will loan 50 per cent, of tbe appraised value of city property. Secure a castle as a cottage. Fraternal Buidiog. Loan Association of la- dianapolirs, Indiana. J. T- COCKBCEN, " Boom 2. Spry Building;. A Jirokru \**r, John Shoey, tbe Twelfth street butcher, bad bis nose broken and hl» face badly battered in a colliiion with a sheep in motion. The accident occured yesterday at the slaughter bouse, and Mr. Sboey was, at (he time, trying to capture the sheep. Broke a Cf 2 Jo ; m Silvers, a sixteen year old bro'.ber of Jtarcellus Silvers, wno was killed not long ago in a fall do»o an elevator shift in tnis city, fell from "% fence ai bis Carroll county home i cently, and broke a leg above th» knee.

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