Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 20, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 20, 1895
Page 8
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TMX&*&*&*^*^ Great Muslin Underwear Sale! Muslin-and Cambric/ A complete stock of chemise, corset covers, skirts, drawers, etc. at Jess than the cost of the material. KID GLOVES! Fine button Kid Gloves worth $1 25 reduced to49c. Foster Hook Kid Gloves worth $1.50 reduced to 62c. We offer genuine bargains and the time is short so come at once. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. ?KW*^W*?^^ FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers la ^FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. New Hack Line. I have started a Haok and Parcel Delivery and in ;the future I [caa Eto ionnd at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. vrherel -will be prepared arom ^o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or wu-ry passengera to and from any part of.the'city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If .TOO have a puroel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light -work ifeat c»n be done vtth a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could •;oa do that a ouatoinor* would appreciate more than calling the h&ok for ? Special rates will be given you. . , - D ^ Leave orders at 13th sbreet Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison's 617Broad av. ?onr« Truly. Wm Lynas. for FiDe Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. INVITATIONS NOTE HEflDS, PROGRAMS, STflTEMENTS, OftRDS, TENVEUOPES f\ SPEGlftUTY. You get our figures and^we'll do the work. Do not fail to Icall on the : -JOURNAL for Job Printing DAII Y JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 20, MeKoen'aateamlaundry—good work. Get your tiae table linens at the Tra<?e Palace. Wrappers at greatly i educed prices at the Bee Hive. Brennan, the pacing horse, was shipped to Cincinnati yesterday. The public schools will be dismissed Friday, Washington's birthday. George C. Roderick and Ida M. Slseon have b.2en licensed to wed. Come and see the Majestic bake biscuits In threa mlnutea at Flanegln Crlemond's. Charles Myers and John Anhelr have started up in the soap business oa Illinois street. Today the big dress goods sale com. mences. Coma with the crowds to the Trade Palace. Solomon L. Rice and Bessio Dicker»on, both of Clinton township, have been licensed to wed. Tue now silks arriving at the Bee Hive are marvels of beauty and so cheap. You should see them. John Barr, who was charged by D. W. Powlen with soiling diseased meat, furnished $200 bond and was released Col. T. H. Bringhurst la eald to have suffered a relapse, and was yesterday reported In a critical condition. To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take Hood's Sarsa- parllla. While coupling cara at Marlon yesterday mofHlng.Pan Handle brakeman G. C. Murphy, had his left hand badly pinched. Tonight the Elks who are to take part in the annual minstrel performance, will hold the firet regular rehearsal. Ladles of the G. A. R. will serve dinner and eupper at the G. A. B. Hall Friday. Dinner. 25 cents; iup» per, 15 cents. Charles Young will occupy the Owston property at the corner of Seventh and High streets, having pur. chased It for $1,600". Will Porter purchased an elegant residence In the E&et End yesterday. Will must contemplate leaving the Marriage Endo wment Association. See the finest line of silks ever shown in the city, now • at the Trade Palace. Fine changeable Taffeta's silks 90 cents a yard, worth $1, Go with the crowds. I have several thousand dollars to loan at six per cent, on first-class mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the right parties calling soon on excepiionably dwlrable terms. I alio make loans in any sum over twenty-five dollars on personal security and buy good note*.—G«o. B. Forgy. YOUR SAME IS PRIST. lien* of a Personal Character Concerning JLoK«n0poriera and Their Friends.. In the city yesterday: EPSJ. G. Kerlin 'of Wolcott. ' " ' T. D: Neal of Frankton. Chas. Hess of Momonae. Harvey Gray of Galveslon: Dr. J. Oiborc of Star City. Dr. W, B. Francis of Macion. Charley Bridge of Montlcello. Harry Bennett of Indianapolis. William Weckler of Bunker Hill. Geo, H. Thayer, jr., of Plymouth. J. M. Grimes of the Royal Center Record. Deputy Sheriff F. W. Badly and H. Showalter of Angola, Will Myers Is In Andereou today. Sam Frank Is at Lafayette on business. D. D. Fickle was at Galveston Saturday. Will S'wigart will return today from Cincinnati. J. R. Pratt was at Indianapolis yesterday on business, Ed C. Elliott baa returned from Middletovrn, Ohio. Graot Coppock of Kokomo Is in ibo city visiting friends. Mrs. F. C. Wilson came home Mon day from Indianapolis. Mies Edith Skinner was at Peru last night to attend a daoco. Richard T wells goes to Lafayette today to spend a day or two. Otis Nash has returned from a three month's stay in Mobile, Ala. Ed and Benjamin Barnott ware at LakeMaxlnkuckee Monday. A. C. Bryce of Terre Haute, was In the olty yesterday on business. Ferdinand Krobs of Chicago, was here yesterday attending 1 court. Mrs. Harriet Bingham is spending a few days with Mrs. B. F. Keesllng. . John West of Marion has taken a place as porter at the Murdock hotel. Miss Rosa Michaels is visiting her sister, Mra. Leo. Nussbaum at Marion. Rev. C. M. Filmore of Peru was a guest Of Rov. T. S. Freeman yesterday. Mrs. James Cockburn and children have returned from Peru after a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McGrecvy of Peru wero in the city Sunday with friends. A. S. Downey and wife of Cincinnati, are the guests of Dr. J. A. ;">owney. Miss Amelia Laogsdorf of Rochester is the guest of Miss Jessie T wells of this olty. George Chapman has gone to Lafayette to resume his former posltloi at that plaoa. John W. Miller went to Topeka, Kas., yesterday to visit his uncle, Peter Miller. Arthur Keesling will ffo to Marmont today to re-enter the Culver military academy. Mr. and Mrs. Otto L Cline are ecs tertaining Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin, of Tlllman, Ind. J. F. Dewenter of Bloomington, 111 , Is a guest of his brothers. John and Herman Dewonter. Reuben St. Clalr of Milwaukee Wl?., was here Sunday visiting a cousin Albert Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. O A. White of Danville, III., were hero Sunday, the guests of C. J. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Munson of Peru spent Sunday with the family of Lewis Bunker in^thls city. . The Hon. Rufus Magee and daughter will leave la a day or two for Florida for a month's stay. Jim Linn, who went to Europa in charge of James O'Donnell's horses arrived in the city Monday evening. Hiss Georgia Duke of Kokomo, will attend the dance of "Our Club" Friday night and visit friends over Sunday. Charles Llspenard has returned from a trip ^through western Indiana In the intei esta of the Order of Foresters. Judge D. B\ McConnell goes to In. dlanapolis today to attend a meeting of the Chicamaugua commission of which he Is a member. - Jacob Morehart and wife were yesterday called to Chicago by a mescage telling of the serious sickness of their daughter, Mr*. Lizzie Roush. Peru Chronicle: MM. Minnie Panabaker of Lojansport; is the gwertof her sister, Mrs. Martha Selbert, West Main street Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McGreevy attended a reception at Lo- gantport Saturday evening. Ids* LUlie Dalrympl* last night entertained the attaches of the New- Fashion Store Tory gracefully. All 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. Lpganspbrt, - ; - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equsil to What OtUcr. Tailors Charge SiO.O'O for. We are Turning: out Great Quaiititses of Work, ami our Customers arc Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. reported a good tiros. Refreshments were nerved. James Bowley, aged 73, a prominent citizen of Burlington, died recently. Ed Kola Is lying dangerously ill with appendicitis at hie homo, No. 1726 High etroet. Owen, McLoar, the aged man who hai caused the authorities eome trouble this winter, was yesterday shipped to Marmont.; J. W. Hollo way, ones of this olty, was here to spend Sundaay. Ho is now with the MoNutt Incandescent Light company of New York. Peru Journal: Yesterday Mr. and Mrs Harry Fullz who were recently married, held a quiet reception at their homo In Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Munson, of this city, attended it Miss Julia Burke spent the past two days in Logansport. Mason IcSiotlcc. Orient lodge No. 272 F. & A. M. will have work in the Entered Ap. prentice degree this Wednesday even- Ing February 20 Lh. The Kaiural 4« s« Cone. A decision will not be rendered by Judge Cox of the Miami circuit court In the natural gas case, until March 9. I»er SlBoty-Flrst Birthday. Mrs. Isabel Kline celebrated her ninety-first birthday anniversary Monday at ihe home, No. 2019 North street. It was a pleasant family affair. Mrs. Kline la the mother oJ John S. Kline and Mrs. Frank Swlgart. The Funeral of MIT, Suamn The funeral of the late Susan McMlllen will ba held at the First Presbyterian church at 10 a. m. Thursday. The Rev. D. P. Putnam will conduct the service!. The remalni will be Interred In the Earper burying ground In Noble township. Have you ever noticed how your system seems to crave special assistance In the spring? Just the help required Is given, by Hood'i Saraapa. rllla. CONTRIBUTION SO. 16. gntinilted Ourln* Our Recent Advertising Content. TBH.BI'3 SHOES. Had TiUbT lived in Lojansport, ' Or Pilling In JP»ree, Sne need not dress ttiosa pretty feet In >bce» BO ordinary, Those old gray sandal's which sh< wore Sa« ailgat have givea to the poor. Tbose fett of such angelic trace, Those feet which artists draw, Poor Trilby did not dare inca»e Within a common ihoe, Leut ihe their beauty mljht distort. Those footllnjs were her chief rop- port. A §ho« a* gt*»ful as her loot, jLtfcwot comfort too Sn« might hare w«m, had she b»en born Thli tide the ocean blue, In thli tali land where right U nleltt And Filling's shoes make life dellfh^ Please call and get eorae of Life's Delight "Filling's shoes." Prices the lowest and quality the best. Bespectfully, Lac W. Prajso. 414 Broadway. Drink McLinn's Kolatona. Council meeting tonight. Mrs. Tom Wilson will entertain Frl-. day. It'i money saved to trade at Bee Hive. A. R. Hadlock Is 111 at his homo on Market street. A heavy yard wide sheeting for 4J- cents at the Boo Hive. Supt. M. Morrissey has been on the Loganaport police force 21 years. ' A nice wrapper for 75 cents, at the Bee Hive. Cheaper than the making. • See Lux for stove and out coal on Toledo btreet, No, 1219. Telephone 61. See the greatest of all, the wonderful sleel range Majestic— Flanegln & Crlsmond. Musline yard wide 4 cents a yard; nlna-quarter sheeting 12i cent* at tbo; Trade Palace. Be la time acd get one of those imported dress novelties at 4.8 cents a yard at the Bee Hive. Frank Brico was committed lor ten days by the mayor yesterday on a charge of drunkenness. Keep right in dine cand follow Vhe. crowd to see the Majestic range display at Flaoegln & Crismond's. ; • There U a case of typholi ferer tn the family of J. A. Cook, the carpenter, at No. 611 Sycamore street. The ladies of the German Lutheran church will give a eoclal at the Sixth street school housa on Friday evening. Wanted — First-class board in prl» rate f imlly by lady and gentleman. No children. Apply to Mrs. Thomp* son, Barnett Hotel. Miss Mary Bergman enterta Sionday night at her home on West Side la honor of Miss Lizzie Hoffman ol Chicago. Tbe Rathbooe Sisters will hold a social a« Castle Hall Wednesday night Feb. 20th. A beautiful qul't will be given away. Public Invited. AdmU- slon free. Mrs. George Murphy will soon be able to leave the hospital, where she has been for some time. She IB stead. Uy improving from the effects of an operation. . A meeting had boon called for Mon» .| diy night at the court house In the J Interests of the drouth sufferers of. J; Nebraska. The meeting did not I materialize. - -.| Tbe new Ice house of the McAvoj; V. company has beet completed. Itli-l located near ihe Yandalia freight house, and Is already partly filled with 14 inch ice. . -5 Mrs. Helen B. Fisk and Stella I..| Stiles, administratrices of the estate p of the late Clifford F. Stiles, haTd | filed their Saal report, and w»re dl§- |j charged Monday. j<j Ton are invited to a missionary te» or supper to be given by the Woman'i Auilllft-y of Trinity church, at the'fe residence of Dr. W. H, Bell this eren. ing, from 5 to 8 o'clock. The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church will giro a social tonight at ihe home of D. C. Jo«tlce, Ho. 4H Tenth street. Eefreshm ;""" 15 cents. All are cordially IDT! The Rev. H. 0. Sommsrs has r«. oently reilgaed the pastorate of the UniTcrtalist church at Sixth and Vw'-Jersey stroeu, Indianapolta. H»wuij;i formtrly pa«tor of the church In tblii ...

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