Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 9, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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The Cold Weather! 7s with us aod so is the assigurnent sale of the Golden Kule Dry Goods Store. Avail yourself yourself of the opportunity as th'is sale will last only a few days more-don't think when it is too late. We will pluue on sule tomorrow a lot of underwear that we had stored in our third floor at astonishing low pricpn which you can use now as the weather will permit it, also some Ladies' and Children's LLaed Kid ••Sloven. L'idiun' and Children's Wool Hosiery at one- fourth of their original cost. If in need of window shades we offer a 7 foot Felt Shade, Spring Roller worth 23a now 9c. We offer a 7 foot Opaque 8hades,3priac Rollers, worth COc now 2Tc. Now is your chance if you don't need them "'till spring as they muft be sold by order of the Court. W. D. PRATT Trustee. FOGLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Einbalmers And Retail Doa'ers In FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 42 i BROrlDWflY. [Calls Prompt.'y Attended to Day or Night. Phone No. 00.] DAIIV JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 9 J.G. BRIDGE. O Q 05 BEST STANDARD MiKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. <41G Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. A New Hack Line. I have .started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I loan <*,* found at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. where! will be prepared •jfcrouj 9 o'clock In the morning to 9 iu tbe evening to deliver parcels or ••irrvf passengers to and from any part of.tho^city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endep.vor to give the best services possible for the money. If ^on have a pores! to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work rfhat oiiu be done vifch a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What oould ;ton do f.liat w customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for " ifelin? Special rates will be given you. Laave>rders at 13Cb. street Livery Stable or (Jeo. Harrison's GITBroad *rav. STouri Truly. Wm Lynas. For Finp Priptiw 1 Ul 1 lllv 1 lliiUil^* * $ ; You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. CCTTER HBflDS INVITATIONS NOTBttEflDS, PROGRAMS, 8TfVTEMENTS, GftRDS, ' ENVELOPES f\ SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to call on theJOURNALFfor Job Prating, . Plenty cycler? at Rothormel's. MoKeea's ataamlaundry—good work To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mackey, of Pipe Creek, a son. firzab. court, iriba of Ben. Hur held a regular meetlr.gr last night. Thirty.five guests were given breakfast yesterday moroiogat the county JUI The cold weather has caused a temporary bhiitdown at Stevens Bros.' planing mill. A valuable horse owned by Gaorge Grab/im, the gardener, blod to death Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John MeCullough eu- icrtained the Anciect Oyster Club Tuesday evening. The plaintiff get judgment for $50.75 iu the cate of John Bartz against the estate of John Yost. The Honesty Club was entertained Thursday night by Miss Lillian Bacon at her home on east Spear street. W. H. Brown, the shoe man has rented the Justice building and will move In it as soon as repairs are com- pleied. Choice poultry, select and standard Baltimore oysters and fresh fish, just received at W. A. Mordell's, Hubler'a old stand. The electric light committee meets each Monday night Instead of Friday as at first. A meeting was held Thursday night. The natural gas company calls attention of consumers to the fact that this Is the last day for payment of j February gas bills. . A team owned by O'Donnell, the transfer man, ran away with a bobsled at the Wabash station yesterday forenoon, but no damage resulted. Martin McHale was found guilty of violating the screen ordinance, the jury returning- a verdict yesterday morning. He was fined $10 and costs. It was claimed yesterday morning by residents near E?l rive? that the temperature waa 26 degrees balow zero in that section early in the morning, The members of tbe Logansport B. P. 0. Elks expect to take quite a party from this city to Kokomo Tuesday, to hear tbe minstrel entertainment by the Kokomo boys. Delphi Times: Robert Conn, who hns been connected with Messlnger & Son for the oast year, resigned his position Saturday and returned to his homo at Logansport. A large company "of young people was entertained Thursday night by Miss Effle Benson at her home on Front street, in honor of Miss Maude May Miller of Lafayette. Pan Handle freight train on the north end had a great deal of trouble yesterday on account of the drifting enow. In the afternoon several 'trains were double-headed to Chicago. A bobsled load of married folks and young people spent last evening at the home of Benj-imin Campbell In Clay township. In spite of the excessive cold all reported a pleasant drive. The plaintiff, Minnie McGulre, who won her suit against the estate of Sarah McGulre, was yesterday given judgment by Judge McConnell for $214, the defendant's motion for a rehearing being overruled. Mrs. E Sohmltt was yesterday notified of the death, at Pulaskiville, of a niece Norma March, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel March. The cause of death was scarlet fever. The funeral will occur this afternoon. The Western 'Horseman, published at Indianapolis, has issued a souvenir edition. Good pictures 'of G. .'">. Cu»ter and Edward Hardy are among the series of pictures of drivers who have held the ribbons over 2;20 performers. White County Democrat: Joalah Wysonff and Carrie £. McKiniey were lOUBJiAMlSBCPKIST. KentH of a Personal Character Co* ecruiiiK £oK*utiporterN and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: 0. C. Hill of E'khart. Walter Bishop of Walton. Bert Van Voorst and R D. Goodwin of Monticello. Wiser Ayres of Kokomo is calling on old friends here. John O'Hara, of Peru, was In the city yesterday on business. \f, E. Clark has gone to St. Louis after a short risit in the city- Miss Lorena Parish, of Clymers, is visiting the family of J. B. Stanley. Warren Lynch, of Plttsburg, Iiid., is the guest of J. B. Stanley and family. Mrs. bam Welch of Marlon, was visiting friends in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller, of Peru, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Martin Boyse. Mrs. Everett Allison of Anderson is spending a few days with friends and relatives here. W, C. Born and Fred Lipp of Fort Wayne were the guests of friends in ho city yesterday. Mrs. Beigley of Newton county, is visiting with Mrs, O. P. Merri.Eeld of tforth street, this week. Daniel Closson returned yasterday Jackson, Mich., after a stay of almost two years In the city. Plymouth Republican: Mrs. Margaret Rankln is sick at the residence of her brother In Logansport. Misses Hattie Straus and Stella Levi f Chicago, were here several hours esterday on their way to Per'u. Will Thornton of Indianapolis was hero yesterday to attend tbe funeral of the late Harvey Thornton, his uncle. Camden Expositor: Mrs. Oa. Carter and children returned Monday morning from a visit with Logansport friends. J. E. Redmond came home yesterday from Indianapolis where be attended a trial against the State as an expert witness. Wlnamac Republlcin: Joseph Graves visited his brother-in law, W. ! W. Williams of Logansport, the first of the week. Judge D P. Baldwin came home yesterday from Crawfordsville where he lectured Thursday night to the students of Wabasb college Fred Homburg and son Charle Burton will go to Indianapolis tods and the latter will enter the eurglca institute at that city for treatment. Fort Wayne Sentinel: Miss Grac Collett, who had been visiting Mis Anna Racine, of the north side, re turced to her home in Logansport yes torday. Peru Chronicle: John Bowman, o Logansport, chief cook with the Wai lace show, has bsen la the city severs days. ..Mrs, lizzie Tdrry returned to Logansport this morning, after a shor visit in the city. Peru Journal: P. C. Conradt returned from Loganeport last evening where he attended the funeral of hi mother... .Mies Mattio Ranks went to Lopansport yesterday afternoon to remain for several days. Most Stores reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 off on all Suits and Overcoats. We offer the choice of our entire stock. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Charge S-10.OO for. Equal to What Other Tailors We are Tm-niuj; out Great Quantities of Work, and our Customers are .Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. Spring Curry Comb I Clock Spring Blade. Soft as a Brush, Fits every Curve. * DM I Only Perfect Comb. Used by U. S. Army end by £.irnum«oi ForcpQUgh Circuses, and Leading Horsemen of th* WoriL r AsV your Dealer for It. Sample mailed post paid y$ eeatfc hxitim SmiXa CUliKI COMB CO.. N»L»hj»tl»»W»««U>B«J»d,UdlM» FODR GUILTY OSES. A timed'* Curlon* Find. Miss Lizzie Cory of STo. 1206 Broad way, had a needle -extracted from one of her legs one day recently hy Dr. Hatch, who made an Incision wHh a lanca, and at the point where Miss Cory had experienced a sharp pain, and found the cause of the trouble, which had worked its way through the flesh. Miss Cory cannot account for the presence of tbe needle. married at the residence of the bride 1 * father, on Wednesday, Feb. 6tk, Bar. J. C. Anderson officiating. The young people will visit a short time with relatives in Loganiport after which they will begin housekeeping on the home farm. ^An other Hemorrhage. Eckey Burke, the cigar maker, whose eye was some time ago re moved with tbe result that he almost died before the hemorrhage could be stopped, had another hemorrhage Thursday night, which only ceased yesterday morning. His condition was yesterday said to be critical, Women Hike the Lett Tuckers, When they are well, but being on tbetr feet and going up and down stairs cause derangements, which undermine strength, patience snd tact. Zoa- Phora cures all such derangements. Sold by B. F. Keenling and Coulson & Co. Cat Off line Supply. Several consumers of natural gas have been found using false mixers, and burning the fuel direct from the pipes. A. few have been deprived by the company of the use of the precious article. . 1 Ian'* Protptrltj Depends largely on the health of his wife. Sae should mant&in her health and promptly correct any weakness by using; Zoa-Phora. Sold by B. F. Sees- ling and Coulion & Co. Petitions asking the passage of the Nicholson bill are being circulated for ilgnaturei In CMS county. The Men Who Hobbod J. E. Krwln, and Wm. CuIIIiin, the Forte-, are ScntencOii. John Cummings, Richard Lament, and Ed Wilson will bo takan to the prison north today. Early yesterday evening the three robbers decided after a long consultation with their attorney to plead guilty to the charge of robbery and throw themselves on tbe mercy of tbe court. They wore given the opportunity a", once to save tho county the expense of a trial, and Judge McOonnell sentenced them each to five years at -hard labor in the Michigan City penitentiary. They received their sentence with the same stolid inclifferonce that has all along been shown by thera. As a reason for holding up Drpcjglst Erwin Tuesday night thoy said that they were "hard up." They claimed to have known each other only since they struck Logansport, when they formed a combination This story U not credited. A FORGER GETS TWO TEARS. William Connors, tho alleged forger, commonly known as • Sloppy" Connors, plead guilty yesterday to having signed the name of Michael Gallagher to a $iO check some time ago. Judge McConnell fixed his penal service at two year?, and he, will be taken north with tbe three desperadoes. Connors at no time denied his guilt giving as an excuse that ho was drunk when ho committed tbe forgery. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. OUR L1TEJURY LADIES. A Cbancc to Display Talent. Your To the lady composing- the best advertisement on shoes, either in poetry or prose, I -will present an elegant pair of hand-iaade "slippers. The advertisement to be left et my store on or before Feb., 14tb, 1893. The best composed advertisement o be decided by three competent udges. I am to have the privilege of using any or all_com positions for advertising. The composition inast not exceed 2.W words. Must be written on one side of the paper only. Lixc W. PtLiiEra. 412 Broadway. ABOI; r FEET. We bare seen a great many essays in feet; bat the best thing we have ver seen on them were Pilling'* hoes. A gentleman or lady . may be mown by the shoe»,they, weir; and when one gee a fine appearing, arable shoe there is reason to be- ieve that it came- from the ebter- iritingghod hoa<« of Filling'* 41S )ro*dway. There will be BO services %t the Broadway M. E. Church Sunday. Benjamin Duncan, an old resident of Deer Creek township, Is reported dying. The Lotus Club gave a very pleasant dance at the Murdock hotel latt night. Thirty couples were in attend. anoe. Dogs in one weak have killed fifteen and injured thirty sheep belonging to George Wisely, a farmer living north oFTbornhope. W. O Washburn hse bought the residence property of J. N. Crawford at the corr:er ol Fourteenth and High streets. Tho consideration wan $4.500. Wabash conductor W. B. Misner who resides in this city has again resumed duty after an absence of several days on account of sickness. He ruoi between Detroit and Peiu. Lifiiyelte Journal: John B. Wilken of Logansport, has presented each member of tho Columbia street fire department a handsome rubber moustache comb, and the gift IB highly appreciated. Wlnamac Republican: Evidently' the Dolan opera house at Loganiport' was only intended for summer exhibitions as the last three companies billed for tho place complained of the cold and one company was so cold they hurried to tbe hotel in stage costume rather than stop to change to street apparel in the frosty caves, yc'ejjt dressing rooms. - A FOOT BADLT CRUSHED. John Hamnontree the Victim of *• Accident aithett:*iithMl<teOil 3IUI. John Ham mo B tree, of East {forth street had two toes of the right foot taken off by Dr. Ball&rd yesterday And may lose the entire foot, although th« physician has hopes of eavlng th« membsr. Mr. Harnmontree is employed at the South Side oil mill, and his foot WM crushed by » flying frsg. ment of the pressing machine which ourst Thursday evening. Tbe piecei flew in all directions, with terrific force, and a number of the men employed at the mill had narrow eecspei from injury or death. Divorce. Laura L. Miller hag begun proceed* ingi in the Carroll circuit court for a divorce from Leroy E. Sillier, alleging abandonment. The defendant now lives at GilvestOD, while tbo plaintiff IB working: at DelphL They hare on* •on. The 6aa CMC Set. The cate of the citr of LDgantport r». the Loganiport Natural Gat Con. pany WM called at Peru yettorday morning. The oouniel /or the defeni* WM not present, and tbe cat* WM Mt for Saturday, Feb. 16.

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