Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 12, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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It ¥it Yoo 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 call. ^ W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and !; mers And Kstall Daalers la [FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. [Gulls Promptly Attended to D ay or Night Phono No, 09.] New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in "the future I 'can 6« found at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. vherel will be prepared from 0 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or carr^' passengers to and from aay part of 4 tho^city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If .u-on have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work SJiat .-an be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What oould you do that o. customers would appreciate more than calling the haok for Sim? Special rates will be given you. Le»ve>rde« at 13th street Livory Stable or Q-eo. Harrison's 617Broad Wm Lynas. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER flSflDS INVfTflTIONS NOTEttEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, CflRDS, ENVELOPES f\ SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'll do the.work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for JOURNAL TUESDAY MOKNING. FEB. 12. Jot Printing. Wallace Hiuk is reported ill. McKeen'a steamlaundry—good work. To Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Obenchaln, a eon. To Mr. and Mrs. Ei Edwarda of Erie avenue, a eon. To Mr. and Mrs. J. E Vanmetor of Grass Creek, a son. To Mr..and Mrs. Fred J. Neville:of: the West Side, a daughter. Get your sheetings and, muallni at special prices, at the Trade Palace. Miss Blanche Wright ia reported seriously sick at her South Side home. The city electric light building is now provided with a telephone, No. 97. Will Klein and Mary Bohun were called at St. Joseph's church last Sunday. Miss Emma Rothermel of Smead street will entertain the "Jolly Twenty" tonight. Now is the lime to get your dress goods and silks at special prices, at the Trade Palace. The Ladlei of the G. A, R. will serve dinner a», the G. A. R. Hall, February 22d. J. T. Bryer left yesterday for Indianapolis to take a clerkship in the House of Representatives A number of gentleman from the city will indulge in B. fox hunt at Grass Creek next Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Canfiold," optician, will be at No. 430 North etreet, Wednesday and Thursday, February 13th and 14th. A number of young people will attend a dance this evening at the home of J. W. Buzzurd, three miles south of the city. Miss Lena Brookmeyer will entertain a number of friends at tea this evening in honor of Miss Elstler of Chicago. The only way to cure catarrh is to purify the blood. Hood's Saraapa- rilla purifies the blood and tones up the whole system. Two cars of a Wabash fralght jumped the track at-Lafayette junction yesterday morning. A part of the lontents and cars were wrecked. riAn infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Beery Cohl, died Sunday at the home, No 1224 Toledo street. The funeral was held at 10 o'clock a. m. yeaSer- day. 'The Ladles' Aid Society of the tjniversallst Church, will serve supper at the parsonage Wednesday evening , from 5 to 8. Everybody in»i«d. Supper 15 cents. About 2 p. m. v yesterday afternoon as a lady and gentleman$were driving across the Third street brldg*. the cutter got in the street car track, and in attempting to turn out. the cutter tipped over spilling the occupants in the snow. No dunafe wu done. IOIJB SAME IS PBINT. Item* of a Personal Clioracttr Concerning £iOsriBiBporter« mud TneUf Friends. In the city yesterday: Clay Mullen o! Marlon. John Ulery of Marmont. W. D. Siodel of Wlnamnc. J. W. Johnson of Anderson. J. E. Wallace of Frankfort. O. B Mclntre of Remington. C. C. Shirley and Sam Stone of KokotDO. J. G. Kerlin, and Louis Henchman of Wolcott. Carl Green was home ftom Purdue over Sunday. N. A. Beck was at Galveston yesterday on business. Dr. A P. McKee of Walton was here laturday on business. Miss Edith Watklns of Peru is a guest of J. B. Shultz. Miss Edna Stevens is visiting Mies Mary Golta at Crawsfordsvillo. Miss Mollle Wise returned yesterday from a two months' visit at Cincinnati. Joseph Halnabach of Chicago is the guest of an unole, Jordan Heeht of this city. Miss Nina Hall, who has been visiting her sister, Lottie Hall at Ft. Wayne, has returned. Hal Adams and E. Martindale of Indianapolis, were the guests of Stewart McConnell yesterday. J. S. Barrow, special agent for the Delaware Fire Insurance company, WAI here Saturday on business. Mrs. George Gibson of Big Shanty, Ga., who accompanied her father, Jamee Stanley to this city, returned horn* yesterday. H. Harris and S. C. Jone» received news yesterday of the death of their mother-in-law at Sidney, 111. They leff for that place yesterday. Judge D, B. McConnell was at Indianapolis yesterday at a meeting of the Chicamaugua commission for the purpose of preparing a report of its labors. Miss Qoetz, the vocalist at the benefit concert and Miss Leak her ac- companlet, arrived yesterday from Cincinnati and are the guest* of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giffe. LEGISLATIYE NOTES . Whit the Law Sinkers Are Doing; •t the Siutft Capitol. Indianapolis. Feb. It. la the House the bill to fix the age of consent was road the second time. As Introduced the bill fixed the age at eighteen years. The committee substituted the word "sixteen." After the bill had been read a second time, Representative Fowler (Its author) offered an amendment, changing the age back to "eighteen, 1 ? as provided in the original bill. He demanded the roll-call on the proposed amendment. The amendment was adopted, yeas 63, nays 8. The bill, as amended was advanced to third reading. Representative Moore called attention to a flaw in the bill, but no one offered to correct it. The age of consent under the present law is fourteen yeara. •- » * * Senator Barnes's bill, prohibiting pernicious literature, provides that It shall be unlawful to print or sell any book or paper the chief feature of which ia the record of crime. A penalty of $10 to $200 Is provided. * * * Senator Collett, from the committee on county and township business, reported a substitute for Senator Humphrey's bill respecting the duties ot county coroners. Frftlse fur JIIBS Goelr.. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday jontained the following concerning Miss Goetz who sings at the Broadway Presbyterian church tonight for the benefit of the Some for the Friendless: Quite a large and appreciative audience was gathered in the Odeoa laat night to listen to a complimentary concert by way of Introductory of Miss Margaret Gsstz, contralto, of Chicago. Miss G-oetz's particular. Held is ballad singing, and this she ham cultivated with Boma evidence of good results. She haa both material and range, and iings with warmth ol! style. Her enunciatian is clear, and she [pronounces distinctly, more BO in the German than In the English text. Her little "Cradle Song" by Moz art, was given with delicate expression and fine delineation. •A I«n"i Protperity Depends largely oh the health of his wife. She should mantain her health and promptly correct any weakness by uiiag Zoa-rhora.. Sold by B. F. Kees. ling and Coulson & Co. Most Stores reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 ofTon 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. Equal to What Otber Tailors Charge «i40.0'0 lor. We are Turning: out Great (Jiiantitses of Work, ami our Customers are .Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W, Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J.G. BRIDGE. IG IBRPlftSli™! W o _ H? JHMWJYP^-3* O £-{ |L^iilfliiSHIBliB&j M H* ui BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 41O Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. Spring Curry Comb Clock Spring Btode. Soft as a Brush. Fits every Curve. Tb» Only Perfect Comb. Usedby D. S. Arm* and by I5arnuj=aa4 torcpongh Circuses, and Leading Horsemen of tiw Wottl. year Dealer for It. Samtilc maOcd post paid 25 cent*, L BFB1SO CUBBI COXB CO.,; " At Tuo Opera House. The New York Philharmonic Club's excellent musical entertainment at the opera house last night was but poorly patronized. The instruments and the fingers of the players were affected by ihe cold that was even worse on the stage than in the auditorium, and some time was taken up with getting warm. Those who were present at the concert sat with wraps and overcoats on, and the stoves each had a circle of intimate friends. The house was warmer than an ordinary well ventilated barn last night. ADDITIONAL I FEUS. OUR L1TER4RY LADIES. A Chance to Display Your Talent. To the lady composing the best advertisement on shoes, either in poetry or prose, I will present an elegant pair of hand-made fslippers. Tae advertisement to be left st my store on or before Feb., 14th, 1895. The best composed advertisement to be decided by three competent judges. I am to have the privilege of using any or all'composltiong for advertising. The composition mast not exceed 250 words. Must be written on one side of.the paper only. Lrxc W. PiLLrs&. 413 Broad way. ABOUT ITEET. We havo seen a great many essays on feet; but the best thing we have ever Been 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 enterprising shoe house of Filling's 41* Broadway. To Mr. und Mrs. J. J. May, a son. There will bo » free lecture at the Christian church Friday night. The Peerless Skating Club will give an invitation dance at the rink the evening of February 19th. , Josuph, the twelve-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Kerns of the i South Side, <31ed yesterday morning at I S o'clock. A Valentino social will bo given Thursday night at the hooio of Dewltt C. Justice by the young people of the Ckristian church. The Ladies o! the G. A. R. wlah to return thanks to all those who so kindly assisted them in their entertainment and also the public for its patronage. At the mooting of the W. C. T. U. this af:ornoon Mrs. Wright will apeak on what the W. C. t- U. Is doing for our land. Eich mstnber to give their reason for being a W. C. T. U. mem« her. W. F. Banfiel, representing a tele, phone company with the title of the Strowager Automatic Telephone Exchange System, with headquarters at Frankfort, was in the city Saturday prospecting. Mrs. Ella Kreider of Fourteenth j street, was very pleasantly surprised i Saturday night by the membsra of Cass Council No. 42, O.. C. F., the j occasion, being that lady'a 41si birtk-- day anniversary. Don't fail to hear Mies Goetz to. night at the Broadway Presbyterian i church for the benefit of the Home for j the Friendless. Admlseion 35 cent*. ^ j It will be a rare treat at A popular fl | price and for a good cause. i Mrs. Margaret A. Sharpe received I $SOC insurance money yesterday from • the Delaware Fire Insurance company, ' I through iu agents, Melzger & M«tz- . ' ger. Mrs. Sharpe'a residence on Hifjh. • street was recently gutted by'fire.

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