Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 19, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 19, 1895
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Choice, Read Below! Choice 3 Lots Children's Underwear only ISc/ Fine Button Kid Gloves, $1.25 quality, only 49c. Foster Hook Kid Gloves, $1.50 quality, for Monday, 62c. Children's Fine Imported Cassimere Hose, worth 75c. only 29c. Fancy Eiderdown, worth 60 to 75c,, reduced to 29c. Remember, we make Special Low Prices Monday on Eiderdown Cloaks and Misses Cloth Cloaks, The Assignee Sale Of the Schmitt & Heffley, Golden Rule, Dry Goods House. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalraers And Retail Doa'.ers in a^fep^Z j.r;-;V:-; JFURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 A New Hack Line. I havo started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in .the future I [can Oe found at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 0 in the evening to deliver parcels or »arry passengers to and from any part of.tholcity- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If ?ou have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work Lit can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could ? ou do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hr.ok for him? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12th sbreet Livery Stable or Goo. Harrwoa's 617Broad JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 19. »av. Tours Truly. Wm Lynas. For Fine Printing. You will find. the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. INVITATIONS NOTE ttEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OflRDS, ENVELOPES f\ SPECIALTY, You get our figures and we'll do the^work. Do not fail to [call on the JOURNAL for Job Printing. McKoen'ssteicn laundry—-good .vo rk S. L Tanguy is sick with the grip. '•Our ClubV dance will occur Friday evening. John McGovern was at Peru Sunday calling On trlends. Miss Addle Casiidy is lying quite sick at her home on Market street. Harry Burgman will work for a Chicago packing firm as bookkeeper. C. N, Graffij, the expert, went to South Bosd yesterday on professional business. Tho funeral of Richard Johnson will beheld at the A. M. B church at 2 p. m. today. Col. Gaorge Immel is said to be in a very serious condition from partial paralysis. I. to. Crawford celebrated his 52nd birthday Sunday. A number of his Old friends called on him, \Vm. Bopp and John R Ray, tbe aaloonists,. were slated Sunday for alleged violations of the screen ordi nance. Thirteen students took tho examination Saturday at the central schools, for graduation from the common schools. Services were held in the auditorium of the Broadway M. E. church Sunday, for the first time since the improvements were made. A chicken with a nugget of gold in its craw about half the she of a grain of corn, was recently killed by Mrs. Palmer of the South Side. The case of August Dreifus vs. John Hanson, brought to the Casa circuit court from Carroll county, was dismissed yesterday at plaintiff's costs. At the Broadway rink, George Cuppy, the famous pitcher, is practicing for the season's work. "Bid" Hayes is catching for the league twirler. Mrs. Gilmore a eister of the late Richard Johnson, the colored man who died at the hospital shortly after the amputation of hi s feet, states that Mr. Johnson's feet were frozen while he was at work and that his injury was not due to his sleeping without shelter. Fred Stein, the tourist who was treated at the hospital for a terrible gash on his neck that was inflicted by another wanderer, went to Elwood yesterday. He claimed to havo rela tires at that city. Since he was dl charged from St. Joseph's Stein has been at the county jail. I have several thousand dollars to loan at six per cent, on first-bins mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the right parties call" ing soon on exceptionally dnalrable terms. I alto make loans in any sum over twenty five dollars on personal security and buy good notes,—Geo. B. Forgy. IOERKAXE IS PHEfT. Items of.a Personal Character Concerning Iiojt»nsporter8 and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: H. H. Wolcott of Wolcott. Judge U. Z Wiley of Fowler. M. A. Ryan and B. C. Pollard of Delphi. W. J. Chappelle. advance agent for the "Limited Mall" Co. Mrs. Sam Welch, Miss Failing acd C Langlely of Montlcallo. "John Craig of Kokomo was in the city Sunday. Jack Paige of Terre Haute, was here over Sunday. W. A. Bowen returned Saturday from points in Ohio. msa Alice Murray of South Bend is visiting Miss Laura Howe. Will Svriffarr went to Cincinnati Saturday night on business. Harry DiiGrooto of Chicago, spent Sunday with hia mother. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McKeenof Terre li'iute are visiting the family of Chas. McKecn. Miss Amelia Langsdorf of Rochester is visiting Miss Jessie Twolls of the West Side. Judge U. Z. Wiley of Fowler is in the city and is hcldlcp court for Judge McCoDnoll. Mrs. Mary E. Campion ciim.6 home Sunday from Fort Wayne after a week's visit. John Dawenter returned yesterday from a week's visit at Indianapolis and Bloom'n^ton. George Boerger and Dick Twells will attend tbe horce show in Lafayette tomorrow. Mrs. Cheney of Moran, Ind., is the guest of her son, Geo. M. Cheney, No, 1717 North street. Mrs. Ben. Martin and children have returned f.-om Indianapolis after a visit of a fortnight. Mrs. Julia Cnatman came home yesterday from Indianapolis where she spent Sunday with friends. Elder A. Smith, of Indianapolis, was here yesterday aad preached last night at the A, M. E. church. Miss Jessie Armstrong of Kokomo returned home yesterday after spend- lag Sunday with Miss Gertrude Winters. Jacob Toeobold, wife and daughter and Mra. Orla Fanslor of Peru, were in Logansport Siturday to attend the funeral of Mr*. Honry J. Parks. Fred Hotnburg wont to Michigan City yesterday with his brother, Sheriff Homburg, and the three candidates for admission to the prison north. Wabash Plain Dsaler: Mrs. A. A. Allen, and Master Harold Hsndee, of Loganaport will spend Sunday in the :lty the guests of Mr. and Mri. Jessie Parmenter. Peru Journal: Mra. John D^ehl and son Charlie are in Logansport, the guest of Mrs. Dlehl's mother, who is quite ill Rev. Dr. B. F. Gavins conducted the funeral services of Mrs. Irene Parks in Logaasport today Miss Retta O'Conntll wont home to Logansport last evening... .Charley Weidnt-r will spend Sunday with Logansport relatives... .Frank Apple went to Logansport this morning to visit his son Alex....Miss Edna Bozarth is visiting Miss Jessie Markley in Logansport; Xew Trial Ileftiwccl -Winnie" Smith. Judge McCray yesterday in the circuit court at Indianapolis overruled the motion for a new trial in tha case of "Winnie" Smith convicted of the murder of Weston B. Thomas and sentenced the prisoner to eighteen years In the prison north. Exceptions were granted and sixty days 'given to file a bill of exceptions. Smith bore the ordeal with tbe utmost composure. He will not be taken to Michigan City for several days yet. VanUnlia Line Excursion*. On February 12, March 5, April 2 and 30, 1895, home seekers excursion tickets will be on sale at very cheap rates to various points in the South and Southwest. For rates, limit stopover privilges, etc., apply to J. C. EDGEWOETH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. Void Cure-Allf. Zoa-Phora is compounded solely for diseases of women. In Its sphere it has no equal. For testimonials and advios, address H. G. Colman, Secre. tary of the Zoa-Phora Medicine Company, Kalamazooi Mich., or aak your druggist. Sold by B. F. Keesllng and Coulson & Co. A Daren Poruers Stolen. J. D. Ferguson report* that ill pigs were stolen from his farm two mllei south of the city last week. Mr. Fer- guwn states that William HanaJy. a neighbor, has had the lame number of porkeri stolen. 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 What Otticr Tailors Charge s-i-O.O'O lor. We arc Turning out Great Quantities of Work, and our Customer!! are 1'eriectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Tlie House Favors Votlujj by Mucbln erj-— Thullabltuttl Crlm'.nul Bill. Indianapolis, Feb. 1^. A bill asking for an appropriation of 1*3,000 for the improvement of the Literary Union, & colored high school .n Randolph county, wae introduced by Representative Stakebake. One lundred acres has been donated lor the purpose, and the people desire to juild up a pormanont_8chool there. * * By a vote of 71 lo 5, Representative .lardmell's joint resolution for a constitutional amendment providing that voting may be done b,> machinery was passed. * Representative Stutesman introduced a bill providing for tbe construction o( two annexes to tbe insane asylum at Logans port. * + * Senator Watson's bill, relating to punishment for crimes, provides that when a person is convicted of a felony a second time, he shall be confined in penitentiary not less than double tho lime ot tbo first conviction. If he s thrice convicted he shall serve in jrison for life. The law la based on ,he habitual criminal act cf different States. Another bill introduced by Senator Watson requires the prison authorities to return the convict after his .•elease from prison to the county in which he was sentenced. * * * A resolution Introduced by Representative Dinwiddle for an |amendment to the constitution requiring that before a citizen of foreign birth shall vote in the Slate be shall have boon a citizen of tho United States for five years, and shall have been fully naturalized, was put on its passage without any discussion. The resolution was passed — yeas 67, nays 11. The Democratic members voted against the resolution. Barefoot boy with cbeeks of tan, Don't go baret jot wlien you can Get good shoes at Filling's store For a dollar, less or more. Bring your bare feet 10 his door, He will lit you In tbe store. Wintry blasts than you can brave, Solid comfort yon will have. Ladles shoes so ooft andflne. Gents? Yes, shoes In every line; Shoes for baby, shots for all, Come to Filling's, short and tall. Be has boots and shoes g»lore, Ton havetrt'd them oft-bef«re. And jou've always found them good, With th« price to salt roar mood. Grandma, come with your lame feet. Ton will find Ws shoes a treat. SoRaud pUable and nice: Yes, he'll salt you In the price. - l/ntf can fit yon ererr time; He will save you many a dime. Honest prices leida tbe van, Come to Pilling, the ,ihoe man. The above poem, written by Mary J. Waehburn, was awarded first prize by the judges, representatives of the city papers, npoD its merits as an advertisement. I wish to thank the many ladies who contribnted and expect to give each advertisement space in the papers. The add will appear by number, twice a week. Kespectfully, LESC W. AniUTlOX.lL ITEMS. Drink McLinn's KohUona. Go with the crowd this week to tho Trade Palace. A S2 Inch novelty dross goods for 15 cents at the Bee Hive. ~ \^ Great silk sale yesterday, com again today — Trade Palace. A new line of fancy hankerchiefs . for 5 cents at the Bee Hivo. Cap?, gloves, mitts and underwear, all go at your own price. — Harry Frank. See tho greatest of all, the wonderful steel range Majestic — Fianegln & Crlemond. Come and see- tho Majestic bake biscuits in three minutes at Fianegln & Crlsmond's. It will neither warp, break nor wear out, tho Majestic range. — Flanegin & Crlsmond Visit the Bee Hive and eco the elegant new spring goods arriving dally, We promise you a treat. Fifty cent imported all wool serges this week only 30 cents a yard. Don't roiss this sale— Trade Palace. Read Harry Frank's new advertisement and then go and get one of hla fine ulsters for a song Of a price. We have too rnnny good children's suits and good suits for children. Will sell them at 66 cents on the dollar — Harry Frank. The Trade Paiaco opened 100 plocei of Jamestown serges yesterday in novelties to those who have been waiting. Come along now. Attend tho Bse Hive 1 * imported dross goods ealo. Imported novelties for a few days at 48 cents; regular price 90 cents. Received yesterday direct from foreign shores, a 36 Inch all wool nove*"^ dress goods, regular price 90 ceiuj/ will open the season for -48 cents — The* 1 Bee Hive. kost — Ladies' gold .watch, presumably between Orphans' Homo and First Presbyterian church. Finder please leave at Pacific express office and receive reward. One solid case of popular extreme novelties were received at the Bee Hlvo yesterday direct from France. They have opened oaellce at 48 cent*, worth 90 cents. : None reserved, all must go, sulU and overcoats, no mitter what losi to ; us. We must have room for large orders placed at our factory in New York. — Harry Frank. JL suit wa? yesterday begun by Mary A. Crowell v» George W. Harvey et aU, with a demand for the foreclusure of a mortgage, the appointment of » receiver and for $1,500. Robert R»y, the saloonlst, 1« said to be much batter, although still Buffering from :the effects of the alleged tainted weinerwurst which he ate with such painful, resulti last Friday. Mri. Christiana Early wai hurled yesterday. The funeral was held from St. Vincent de Paul'* Catholic church, the Very Rev. M- E. Campion -having charge. Interment wai made at Mt. St Vincent cemetery. Frank Barr, the engineer, who WM drawn Into • fly wheel at Bed Key •ome time ago and had a leg air ': levered from hii body, 1* tald Improving steadily. Sunday Dr. performed the operation of grafting ildn on the Injured limb, the cutlcfc being taken from the uninjured leg.

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