Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 13, 1895 · Page 8
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February 13, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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They Must Go! All Children's Cloaks. ; This Week. Prices are so low that they don't cover the cost of the making. Just think! Children's cloaks, good cloth. 68c. Children's good warm cloth cloaks $1.48. Extra fine cloth and very nobby styles in children's cloaks $3,98. Ladies', Men's and Childrens, Mocha and Kid, wool lined gloves and mittens, 36c to 69c, you know what they are worth. Flannel ano cloth skirts only a few fine ones left, they go cheap. Fine beaver and all wool double shawls go at a big sacrifice. Come to the great sale before you are too late. OOLDBN RULE W. D. PRATT, Trustee. llcwa otm J"*i»onal Character COB- ceimlag IibzinHporters and Their FrlendH. In the city yesterday: W. S. Davis of Peru. A. F. Barber of Catrder. W. B Auaiin of Kensjelaer. James A. Gassaway of Peru. M. T. Oliver qf Adamsboro. J. R Tawarance.of Rochester. Mrs. L. A Thiyer of Bloomlrgton, 111. J. A. Thompson, Adams Express examiner, of Cincinnati. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalraers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY, New Hack Line. 3 have started n Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future -I 'can 'be'founcl at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. wberel will be prepared from 0 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels 01 earry passengers to and from any part of.tho^city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If .you hiive a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work 'tb:it can be done with a street hack, I will bo glad to do it. What could yon do that a customers would appreoiate more than calling -tho hack for him? Special rates will be-given you. Loavejordors at 12ch street Livery Stable or Q-eo. Harrison's GITBroad '• \3iVv. : ;,-,;'-,.Sonr8,TrulY. Wm Lynas. Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER HBrtDS INVITATIONS NOTEHErtDS, PROGRAMS, STrtTEMENTS, OfVRDS, ENVELOPES ft SPECIALTY. You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to call on the JOURNAL for DAILY JOURNAL Job Printing. WEDNESDAY MOENING, FEB. 18. McKeen's steamlaundry—flood work. The Salesmen's Union moat this evening. Read what the Trustee of the Golden Rule says. To Mr. and Mre. Horsttnan of the West Side, a dauehter. Kaep the little ones warm; Jfjet a cloak at the Gulden Rule sale. The best baklnp powder la 'the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. ' The Goldea Rule advertisement may savo you some money. Read it. Once tried always used, Ben Fisher s pure Baking Powdor and extract of Vanilla. The costs, amounting to $5,000, in the Augusta Schmidt case, have been settled. John Baker will open his new sample room ac 430 Third street tomorrow. Two children of Chas. Prlser, living east of Walton, died recently of scar-; let fever. Fred Heozol and Miss Minnie Hurd, East Ead young 1 people, will be mar. rled today. G W. Blanks, formerly of Peru, has taken a place at the barber shop of Parker. Bros. The patients from Looff Cliff hos* pltal have been given a number of sleigh rides this woek. Mrs. Clarence Jones gave a very pleasant dinner yesterday in honor of MlssKeasler of Chicago. A bobsled party from this city was entertained last night by 3. W. Bus eard, living three miles south of the city. Willard McGulre, aged 24 years, died Monday at Burlington of consumption. The funeral will bo held today. The third annual.reunion of the su*r- vivori Of the 152nd r«glment, lod., Inf., will .be held la March at Warsaw. A overcoat worth $15 was taken rom William Spencer's room . over Harry Frank's clothing store Monday afteraooa. A delegation of Elks went to Kokorao last night to hear the minstrel performance given by the order at that city. GaorgeJ. Bishop and Migi Mary Lulu Wilson have been licensed to wed. Both young people 'are from BurneltBvillo. Dr. S. S. Clark baa removed from the Michaels home on west Market street to.the M. J. Bllgh. residence on North street near Eighth. The seven month* old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Klin* died at their home 416 Wahaih avenue yesterday afternoon at 4 p. m. The funeral wih occur at 11 o'clock today at Fulton. ...... Capt. W. H. Snyder was in Indianapolis yesterday. A. W. Bo wen left yesterday for Ohio to visit relatives. Will Dunkle of Delphi, was in the city yesterday on business. J. B. Meselnger, the plumber, was at Chicago yesterday on business. Mrs. J. A. Quealy and Miss Uarae Fox are at Chicago visiting friends. A. Or. Newport, the photographer, was in the city yesterday fishing old friends. V. C. Hanawalt, postmaster, wont to Kokomo yesterday with the Logansport Elks. George Gamble, the attorney, was at Galveston and Kokomo yesterday on business. Mrs. Drompp of Momence, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Krels on Market street. Jacob Sebastian and Hetiry Schwter were at Kokomo yesterday to attend the Elk's minstrels, Cotner Burnett is attending a meet ing of the Swine Breeders' Association at Bloomlngton, 111. Fletcher Durbln and H. B. McMahon of Anderson were in the city yesterday en route for Culver academy. The Misses Caldwell of Platt county 111., are visiting with their cousins, M. D. and A. D. Fansler of thla city: The Rev. W. R Lowe came in yesterday from' Keensburg, 111., where he had been conducting a series of revival meetingi. The Misses Mary, Theresa and Maggie Sullivan have come to Logaoa- port from Kansas City, and are the guests of the family of Jerry Sullivan. They expect to make Logansport their Lome. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. 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, Equal to Wbat Otlicr Tailors Charge iji-lO.O'O for. We are Turuiiijr out Great Qnaiititscs of Work, and our Customers are J'erfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J. C. BRIDGE. The 1HII Bxemptlns >Mor:jjajje In- debteduesM From Taxation Amende* - ami rinsed Second Reading. IndlanaDOlIs. Feb. 12. There was a lengthy debate in the Hou£e over the bill exempting mortgage Indebtedness from taxation. The bllla'i reported by the committee on . ways and means provides that there shall be exemption to the amount of $500. A motion to Increase the* exemption to $1,000 after a lengthy debate was carried by a vote of 76 to 12. The bill was engrossed and passed to. third reading. >f * * A petition from sixty of the em- ployes of the school for 'the feebleminded was read in the. Senate, asking that the proposed investigation be held at Fort Wajne, wkere the school is situated. * * *c Senator Collett's bill to amend Section 255 of the proceedings in civil cases, relating to changes of venue and practically leaving the matter in the hands of the judge, was defeated on third reading. * * «c The contest of F. M. Miller republican for the seat in the House, representing the counties of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland was decided In favor of Miller by a vote of 45 to 42. * * * The bill providing for a boiler Inspector failed to pass on a third reading, for lack of a constitutional majority, the vote being- 24 for the bill.to 17 against it. * * » The House pasied to a third reading the bill to prevent the desecration of the Sabbath to prerent the playing of base ball and football on Sunday. * * * The Senate passed the bill providing for a dairy commissioner. Some Kloe T»lk. Dave J. St&ley, a teacher of physical culture at Chicago, baa challenged Prof. P. J. Pltzlln vrho now has a sltss here, for a limited round contest for a puree of two to five hundred dollars. Prof. .Pitzlin states that h« U not seeking fame as a pugilist, as he gave up fighting many years ago, and now intends to devote hia time to' the instruction of others in physical cnU ture. He 1» disposed to regard Sta- lej'8 talk us a -bluff." CO o o o 0 CB BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 41O Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO i Old CompaiiloiiNhip llevlved. A number of old- friends of Mrs. Jacob Goigcr called on her yesterday afternoon unexpectedly and formed a pleasant surprise party, it being her 78th birthday. Tea wae served and.old companions ilps were lenved and a most enjoyable time was spent. President Ort'rf AddrcKN. President S. A. Ort, D. D. ^ L D. of Wlttenburg college will speak tonight «l St. Luke's Lutheran church. The theme will bo-'-Higher Education." A general invitation is extended. OCR L1TEE4RY LADtES. 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 *t my store on or before Feb., 14th, 1895. The best composed advertisement to be decided by three competent judges. lam to have the privilege of using any or all compositions for advertising. The composition must not exceed 250 words. Must be written on one side of the paper only. LrscW. PJXLISG. 412 Broad way. We have seen a great many essays on feet; bat 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 gee a fine appearing, d arable shoe there is reason to believe that it came from the enterprising shoe boose of Filling's 411 Broadway. WORKED AN OLD GAME. The neat JHutc Racket l»Iaycd by Five TourlKin. Who Are I/ocked Up. * Tho officers had quite a chaee last niffht after four strangers through lumber yards and across tha out lots, but they finally succeeded in placing tbem all behind the bars on Of vagrancy. There were five in crowd, but one who gave the came of George Seibert of Pennsylvania, was put in early in the evening by officer Graham, whose attention was called to the wanderer by the proprietor of tha Hoffman drug store. Seibert bad called at tho Hoffman, acled the part of a deaf mute, and probably by mistake, visited the same store later and opened a conversation in the ordinary tone of voice, in both instances asking for help. The man • was taken into the store end searched and was then placed ID jail. 7 he men who were afterwards arrested had been trying the same scheme, and at ono place Seibert Is said to have stated he had come here to work on a news-, piper. Among those run in was Thomas. Black, the man who was cut up In » fltfht at Sweetser, Grant county, some time ago and. whu was piven transportation to thle city. Els cuts arc etill causing him considerable pain. 1 ' A celebration of the 45th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. David Flora was held at the home of Mrs. Wm. Rlcheion, No. 1010 North street Monday. Orient lodpe No. 272 F. & A. M. ill confer the Master's Decree on ; two candidates thlsi Wednesday even^.Ing Fab IS. The officers will plef:: I be on hand promptly. V_7 The weekly prayer meeting at the Broadway Presbyterian church wlHbe || held this evening Instead of Thursday evening aa usual. A congregational; meetlnff wiir follow.

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