Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 10, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, February 10, 1895
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t Profit YOB TO ATTEND The Bankrupt Sale OF THE Golden Rule. The time is growing short; the bargains are numerous. We cannot enumerate but advise an early calf. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOGLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalm ers And Retail Dealers in {FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY. [Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Might. Phone No, 98.] A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I Joaa bo found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway, whorel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in tho morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or carry passengers to nnd from any part of.tlio'eity- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to givo tho best services possible for the money. If you have a p«roel to doiiver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work that can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. Tfhat could you do tkat a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for ihuT Special rates will be given you. Leavo>rdevg at ISch street Livery Stable or Goo. Harriiou's GITBroad DAII Y JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 10. Wm, Lynas. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Rooms unsurpassed. Job LETTER HBftDS INVITATIONS NOTEHEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OflRDS, ENVELOPES ft SPEGIftLTY. You get our figures and we'll do the,work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for • Job Printing. Valentines at Gtffe's store. MoKeen's steamlaundry—-good work New goods are arriving daily at the Bee Hive. Children's fur sets only 48 cents, at tke Golden Rule sale. Road the Bee Hive's new advertise, ment; It might save you money. The best baking powder In the world at Ben Fisher's drug store, Mrs. J. B. Winters, wife of the city clork, Is said to be dangerously ill. Twentyr-flve and 40 per cent, discount on all cloaks and capes, at the Bee Hive. Once tried always used, Ben Fisher t 's pure Baking Powder and extract of Vanilla. The only place to get a fine line of valentines is at the Logansport Wall Paper Co. Street, walking, riding and driving gloves at Dawenter'a, the Hatter and furnisher. Mies Goetz is one of Chicago's fa. orite mezzo sopranos. Let the icuse be full. The Church of Christ (Scientist) has been organized under the laws of e State of Indiana. Grand lodge committee Enlghts of loaor will meet at 4 p. m. today at ,ogaa lodge No. 1246, hall. The Logansport base ball tea.m Is rying to get & game for April 17th with the Cleveland, 0., league team. The lovely new wash silks at such low prices is a stunner. Special prices on them for this month at the Trade Palace. The natural gas company calls attention of consumers to the fact that this IB the last day for payment of February gas bills. D} spepsla seldom causes death, but permits victims to live on in misery. Hood's SarsaparUla cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Andrew Gllslnger whoee kitchen was recently damaged by fire, has received $875 from the Insurance company in full for the loss. Mrs. Allen Moore, aged 51 years, died Friday night and was burled yes. terday at Anoka. The deceased was a resident of Washington township. If you do not find my extract of Vanilla stronger and sweeter than what you have been using, I will round your money—Ben Fisher, the Druggist. Senator Collett and Representative jongwell are home spending Sunday. They both deny the story that they took turns sitting up the night after he Danieon Eouae fire. The St. Luke's English Lutheran Y. >. S. C. E. and Juniors will kold a inlon meeting at their church, corner if Firit and Market itraeta th:a even-, ng at 7 o'clock. Parents are eipecl- ally Invited to attend the meeting- IOPB NAME IK PHOT. Items of • Personal Character Con. eernlDK JJoginaporterg and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: J. J. Asken of Lafayette. S. L. Greene of Goodland, Sam F. Benson of Kokomo. M. T. Oliver of Adamsboro. M. D. Theband of Anderson. E. L. Hammond of Marmont. Dr. E. M. Hatch ie at Ft. Wayne to tpend Sunday. Chas. Dunkleberg will spend SUE day In Laf&yette. Ed Maurer went to Portsmouth, 0) last night on business. C. K. McCain of Kokomo called on friends in the city yesterday. Mrs. S. E. Walsh of Monticello, was the guest of the Misses Shafer yester day. Messrs. Slillwoll and Ryan of Indianapolis are spending Sunday in the city. Miss Lulu. Shafer of Monticello is visiting her " cousin MUs Maggie Shafer. Kentland Democrat: Mrs. Wm. Myers of Logansport Is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Snagg, of Kewanna, are the guests of relatives on the Wsst Side. J. Don Gorrell of the North Judson News is assliling Wilson & Humphreys for a fow days. Miss Cora Laynor of Fort Wayne is the guest of Mrs. Walter Dederick of Linden avenue. Major Palmor, postmaster of the soldiers home at Marlon, U visiting friends in the city. Royal Center Record: Mrs. M. E. Fisher visited relatives and friends at Logansport this week. Mrs. Mae Tlnkham of Indianapolis, who has been visiting her parents here returned home yesterday. E E. Packard of Alexandria, who has been visiting bis brother, Wm. Packard of this city, went home yesterday. Mrs. Thomas Wilson went to Chi. cago yesterday after visiting her sistor, Mro. Terrence McGovern of this city. Mrs. Oliver J. Stouffer and Mies Harriet Clary of High street are at Delphi to spend Sunday with relatives and friends. Harry Johnston of Cedro, Washing, ton, who has been visiting his parents here for the past tw.o weeks, returned home yesterday, Miss Llllie Mitchell of Union City, left yesterday for her home after a visit of two weeks with her sister, Mrs, Blanche Skinner of East High street. Remington Press: <-Budd" Mlllman will move to Cass county in a few weeks upon the farm that he purchased about a year ago, three miles south of Logansport, Rochester Sentinel: "Hickory" Henderson Is spending a few days in Logansport with relatives... .Miss Hank of Logansport i» v'sltlcg with John Glntherthis week. Royal Center Record: Mrg. Thomas Kietler has gone to Logacsport whore she will take a course of instruction in the art of dressmaking. She wiil be gone about a month. A Country Home Burned, Reuben Qulnn, a couein of John Quinn of this city, lost hla home on a farm near Burrows by fire Friday night. The loss is almost $900, with almost as much insurance. Most of the household goods were saved from the fire, which is thought to have started from an overheated kitchen stove. Oat In Ihe Cold. An outcast has spent the last month of extremely cold weather in the open air, sleeping by the side of a ,flre and refusing to accept sympathy from any human being. He la located near Curveton, in a small ravine. He begs for enough to keep him alive but becomes very reserved and haughty when asked to work for his living. 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 en- (3 tire stock. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to \V~Iiat Otlicr Tailors Charge g4O.OO for. We are Turuiiifr out Great Quantitses of Work, and our Customer* are .Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J. G. BRIDGE. 03 O OH O Q BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 410 Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. A Surprise P»rty. Friday evening Miss Carrie Enyart's 16th birthday was fittingly celebrated by abou^ fifty young friends who perpetrated a surprise on the young lady. Card pitying and music wera the amusements, and a very pleasant evening was passed. Refreshments were served at 10 o'clock. Royal Center Reeord: Charles C. Cogell and Mrs. Laura \Telsh, of Loganeport, were married Sunday afternoon by Rev. Clovii. The groom IB well known to Boone' township" people, having resided In Boyal Center feveral years ago. The couple drove from Logansport and returned immediately after the ceremony. ISIcctloii o Tho officers and committee of management of tho Rai'rond Young Mc-n'c Christian Association for the present year were^elected yesterday an follows: Chairman—Seorgo Soyder. Vice Chairman—John Hawkins. Treasurer—A. F. Hockenbeamer, Recording Secretary—Geo.R.Vaile. General Secretary—E. SI. Cook Committee of Management—T. R Sewell, J. W. Jenka, W. W. Reynolds, E. V. McAllister, C. L. Hand, J. A. McCullough, J, P. Hetherington, B. B. Gordon an* D. F. Hervoy. A little later a public annlversar. will be held, at which time a detailed report will be presented. A singlt item is suggestive. Over twenty six thousand visits were made by men to the rooms on week days ln"1894. LITTLE LOCAL. Fined for Drunkenness. William Settles and "Dock" Armstrong of Boone township, were fincc by Esquire Fry0. $5.50 each one day last week for Intoxication. OUR L1TER4RY LADIES. A. Chance 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-made [slippers. The advertisement to be left ct my store on or before Feb., 14th, 1895. The best composed advertisement to be decided by three competent judgei. I am. to have the privilege of using any or allVsomposltions for advertising. The composition mast not exceed SCO w;ords. Hast be written on one side of the paper only. Lisc W. PTLLIXG. 412 Broadway. ABOUT FEET. We have seen a great many essays on feet; but the best thing we have ever seen on them were Filling's shoes. A gentleman or lady may be known by the shoes they wear; and when one see a fine appearing, durable shoe there is reason to believe that it came from, the' e&ter- priaing shoe hoaie of PiUing'g 41J Broadway. Children's underweor 18 cents, at tho troldtn Rule bankrupt sale. Now styles In colored shirts at De- wenter'a, tho Hatter and Furnisher. Twenty five and -10 per cent, discount on all cloaks and capos at the Bee Hive. All wool caeelmere for man's suits only 48 cenis a yard, at the Golden Rule Bankrupt sais. Look out this week for the greatest dress goods sale at special price*. All new goods—Trade Palace. Hiram W. D.iy of Deer Creek hai been caring- for a broken wrist, the result of a log falling on tho member. A grand ball will bo given by tho/ While Rose Club on Thursday even.^ lag, February 21, at theG. A. R. hall Admission 50 cents. The funeral of Mrs. Asa Coleman will bo conducted by the Rev. Doug. las I. Hobbi in Trinity church tail afternoon at 2 o'clock. A party of young folks drove out last evening to tho home of Otto Tyner four miles south of the city. All had a pleasant time. A tent of ihe Maccabees will prob. ably soon be established at Royal Center. The Rev. Martin of Fulton IB working the matter up. Conductor Will Parker who hag been at Hot Springs, Ark., for hie health, is said to be much batter, and is expected home in a week or two. Those 25 cent pliids for 10 c«»ta, and 35 cent wool drees goods for 15 cents, is causing quite a sensation at the Trade Palace. Don't mlee them. Go and hear Miss Goetz and Prof. Barr at tho Broadway Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, in the benefit concert for the Home of the Friend- .ess. Ad m Lesion 35 cents. The exact day for the trial of Harry Worden and Rlley Ellis on a charge of attempting lo commit murder, hoc not been get. Their hearing will occur some time this week, however. The Journal baa gust completed ill Semi-Weekly subscription Hat for 895 and finds thereon 154 new subscribers moat of whom are new repub- W icana who intend to vote the ticket ^ iftor this and aid in restoring good ' ImeB. The Journal welcomes them to its circle of reader* and also to the r. O. P. which must begin anew the. ulldlng up of the buitaeti iaterwt* of the country. —

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