Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 22, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, February 22, 1895
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Great Muslin Underwear Sale! .Muslin and Cambric. A complete stock of chemise, corset covers, skirts, drawers, etc. at less than the cost of the material. KID GLOVES! Fine button Kid Gloves worth $1 25 reduced to 49c. 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. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalraers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWfTT. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht, Phone No «9. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in ;the future I [can oe found at the corner of 4th street and Broad way. wlierel will be prepared trom9o'olookinthe morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or •wry passengers to and from any part of.theloity- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If ron have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work that can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do It. ^uat could 3 ou do that a, customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for Special rates will be given you. Laave orders at 13th street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison s 617Broad m.v. Touro Truly. Wm Lynas. for Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. &ETTER;«&f\DS INVITATIONS NOTElttBftDS, PROGRAMS, -STATEMENTS, GftRDS, ; ENVELOPES ft SPECIALTY. You get our figures and.we'H do the work. Do not fail to (call on the JOURNAL for DAII Y JOURNAL. "FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 22, Job Printing. Harry Torr ia reported.ill. Drink McLin's Kolatona. McKeon's steam laundry—good work •Mrs. Q.ulncy Myers is suffering with lagrlppe. To Mr. and Mrs Will A Graffis, a daughter. Side combs for 10 cents -o. pair, at tho Bee Hive. You are welcome to (Mo'e great bargain sampler. Go to the "Oliver Twist" tonight at the opera house, • Oliver Twist" at the opera house tonight, 10, 20 and SO cents. All tho banks will ba closed today on account of Washington's birthday. Ninety five cent dress button ladles' shoes CO cents, at Otto's sample shoe sate. The funeral of the late Eliza Berry was held at Adamsboro at 2:30 p. m. yesterday. Mayor McKoe yesterday morning released S. N. Divis, who had been charged with intoxication. Tbe uniform rank Knights of St. John will give a dance at Dolan & McHale'a hall this evening. Otto's regular customers are courteously requested to oall and inspect samples, as are also others. To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The largest lot of shoes ever con signed to any individual firm have been received at Otto Kraus' the past few days. The Silver Leaf Pleasure club gave a dance last evening at Dolan & Me. Halo's hall. A large number were in attendance. The fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla onoa fairly tried, becones the favorite spring medicine, epeaka volumes for Us excellence and merit. See those new silks and new novel, ties in wool goods at 30 cents a yard; all wool Imported serges 30 cents a yard at the Trade Palace. The funeral of the late Kit!e Jampbell will be held today at 2:30 p. m., from the Nlnto street Christian church. The Rav. T. S. Freeman wUi conduct the services. All members of the Lotus Club who contemplate attending the pink domino dance should call »t the Bee Hire, not later than tomorrow, to have their measures taleen lor their costumes. I have several thousand dollars to loan at sU per cent, on fittt-class mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the right parties calling soon on exceptionally dwirable terms. I also make loans in any sum over twenty-five dollar* on personal security and buy good note*— Geo. B Forgy. • >••'- ^ •;':: o~:.^ ' te'nw'.of •: PerBonai;;Character Concerning Loc»n«iporterB and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: Chas. Weidman of Peru. Geo. R Stewart of Marion. Dr. S. Pagin of Valparaiso. F. A. Morrow of Monticello. 0. Litzenberper of Converse. John W. Layne of Royal Center. Miss Sadie Murphy is visiting friends at Chicago. Mies Dora Fansler of Marion, ii visiting iniheclty. Hal Smith is at Chicago attending a school of engraving. Dan Hyles of Kewanni is visiting friends in the city. Mies Edith Skinner is expected home from Peru today. Sam K. Frank left last night for a business trip to Louisville, Ky. JeHse Woods has returned from a trip to West Virginia on business. Mrs. H. Kehlenbrink is here from Richmond, Ind., visiting relatives. Mrs Lizzie Dibble of this city will return in a few dajs from Nebraska. A. C. Barnett, who is at Hot Springs, Ark., is reported very sick. Mrs. Helen Allen of Torre Haute is the guest Of Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Wil- eon. Prcf. Harvey Gardner is entertain- .ng his brother, Willard Gardner of IJamden. Mrs. J. 9. May goes to Richmond, Ind., today for & short visit with relatives. Mrs. E. A. Hall has returned from Genera, Ohio, after A month's visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis will attend tbe wedding of Milt. Mertz in Burnettsville today. Robert, Richard and Charles Beam will go to Kentland this morning for a visit with friends. August Hepskin of Wabash is assist* .ng Joe Grace In his settlement with the insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hlmmelberger and Miss Carrie foung were last heard 'rom at Portland, Oregon. Prof. Alexander Barr was at Delphi Wednesday night attending a dance given by the Delphi 'club. Arthur Stuart formerly of this city, has resigned his position as day clerk at the Burrier hotel, Marlon. Mrs. W.. T. Glffe and mother, Mrs. D. R. Booth are visiting the family of iVllllam Rehour west of the city. Mrs. Emma Hall of Crawfordsville was here Tuesday to attend the fuc- eral of her undo, Richard Johnson. Mrs. Minnie Hano went to Gas City yesterday to join her husband after visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Bantz. Miss Sophia Woodruff of Tipton, who has been visiting relatives here for the past three weeks, returned borne yesterday. Mrs. Maty Garrett has returned to her home at Indianapolis, after spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Jones. Frank Dowenter of Bloomington, III., returned home yesterday after a visit with his brothers, John and Herman Dewonter. Jacob Morehart of Clay township, came home yesterday from Chicago, where be had been called by the serious Illness of his daughter, Mrs. David Roush. The Rev. P. O. Duncan, late ol Union City, was here yesterday, and conducted the prayer meeting at the Baptist church, to the pastorate of which he has been called. Miss Nellie Stevens and George Rose of this city, assisted in an enter, talnment given by Prof. John Miller, the violinist, at Peru Wednesday night. The recital was a great sue- cess. Thomas Reagan left last night for HarrisburfT, Pi. Mr. Reagan is the general superintendent of the Kenneth quarries and went to oversee the Im provement of tunnel No. 13 on the Pan Handle. Peru Journal: Prof. J. H. Miller the violinist, came up from Logans port this morning, accompanied by the Misses Pryor, lilts Closson. Mis Pratt and Mr. Rois, who will attend and assist at the concert tonight. Lieut, b. M- Lindry started yester day for Washington City In answer ti order*. The lieutenant will stop a Log-ansport before reporting for duty as assistant Inspector of life eavlni district* 9 and 10 with headquarters at Detroit, Mich. L***D»portet's Abroad. Andrew Stereos has written from Florence, Italy, that his health Is considerably improved. Mr. and Mr* Stevens aspect to return about tb middle of March. 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. rTi PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tailors Charge S40.OO for. We are Turning- out Great Quantities of Work, and our Customers are Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Failor & Draper. 311 Market St. TO SEW FOB CHARITY .offan»)>ort Ladle* to J>o a fcsbor of iove In a Good C»n«c—A Sewlne Circle Orxmized. Very few citizens of L^ganeport enow what a great benefit the St. 'oseph hospital is to the city. Before he hospital was'opened the only place or sick people without homes, was he county jail, or bo taken over the itlls to the poor house. Tho Sisters iave taken care of many patients that were not able to pay, making no ex. eptione as to creed or color. To how the Sisters that tho hospital is appreciated and to help them In their good work, a few ladies are irganlzlng "A Hospital Sewing lircle." Kaoh member pays wenty-five cents monthly dues, the money to ba expended for muslin, itc., whlcti they will make up la jlllow cases, sheets, and other articles hat are needed in the hospital. 3 he Singer Sewing Machine Co. hae kind- y donated the use of its machines o do the sewing on. The ladies are jot going to do any soliciting but will be thankful to all citizens for dona, ions of money, new muslin, towels and ehort ends of new carpets for ruga. )onations can be left at tho following places. Mrs. M, D. Fansler, corner fifteenth and George streets, Mis. M. J. Gallagher, 125 Cicott, and Mrs. M. !. Wade, 329 Market street. A MISPLACED HEART. The Queer Pisn on Wlilck m. iozacs port Boy IB Constructed, James Mackessy a 11 year old boy, s constructed on a queer plan, and ;he habit of wearing his heart on the right side of his chest has at last jaused his serious sickness. James Jvea with his grandmother, Mrs. Maloney of Indiana strees, and Dr. Arthur Herrmann has been attending him. The physician was the one to discover that the boy's pumping station had been beating Its way through thla unhappy .valley and at the same time scrouglng the boy'a liver out of place In the right wing of the human bouse. The lad's father is Tim Mackeesy, now a member of the LITTLE LOCAL John Burke of Jefferson townihip claimi to be 103 years old. To Mr. and Mrs. John it. Winger of 305 Helm street, a daughter. Charles Youngqueet of street ii rnported critically 111. There are 293 voters In Jefferson township, according to Trustee Santa's figures. It is probable that tho last of the etock of the >iew Fashion store will be closed out this week. A very pleasant surprise was perpe« trated Wednesday night on Mls« Einma Robe of R*ce street, by a number of friends. At a dance given by the Delphi club at Delphi Wednesday night, Stelnbart'a orchestra of this city furnished the musio. Zichiriah Drltt, who is preparing^, to remove^ to ' jjsgansport and take charge of his Sixth street meat market, held a sale Wednesday. The semi-annual convention of the Christian church of Indiana will be held at New Castle, Ind., beginning the ?6th,,and closing with tho month. The Indiana Congressional delegation chose the Hon. Thos. Hammand of the Tentn district to represent them at the funeral of the late Isaac P. Gray. The funeral services of Mrs. Susan McMillen at the First Presbyterian church at 10 a m. yesterday, were attended by a large cumber of the friends and relatives. The EOT. D. P. Putnam conducted the services. A curiosity is on exhibition at the Vendome restaurant. It is a quarter »«wed board, turned out Wednesday at J. VaoBuekirk's saw mill, and--v the curious formation of the figures,< 1462 in knots or raised places is the novel feature "Our Club" will tonight entertain about two hundred friends at Kreuzberger's hall. There will be young people from surrounding towns, atsd the young society people of Logans- sport have been Invited to join in the banquet and ball. Indianapolis police force. A case in which the heart was controlled by the abdominal muscles is that of an old colored man who places his frame in the hand* of medical associations, and the learned doctors of the world have ransacked his Inner person for the explanation of the queer actions of the old man's changeable heart la the case of the colored brother, however, the heart wag, normally, located be. hind the fifik rib on tbe left iide as are all well regulated heirts. It has become a grounded custom to wear the heart on the left side, and any departure from the regular style Is sure to attract attention. A Special Verdict B«t«r»ed. The jury in the case of F. Krebs vi. Edward Griffin, suit on bond, demand $300, finished 1U deliberations at midnight Tuesday night. Yesterday tbe verdict was announced, giving Krebs, If the law sustains him, $100 damages. Wanted—To purchase, a small piece of land, with or without buildings, within ten miles of Loganiport. Leave word with S. M. CloMOn, -No. 319 Pearl street. CONTRLBOTIOX *<>' SnbmlteJ Dnrlnz Our Beeenl Adver- tlftlnK Content. TKILBT'S SHOE?. Had Trilby llred ID Loeansport, Cr Filling In Pare*, She need not dress those prettj feet In ibve< >o ordinary. Those old grar sandal'* which she wore She mltjbt bave gives to toe poor. ~ Those feet of such angelic grace, Tnoie feet which arUali drow, Poor Trilby did not dare IDCM« Within a common ihoe. Leart §he their beauty might distort. Those TootUngs were her c«I*I rapport. A thoe u cncelul at her loot, L shoe of comfort too She might hare worn, bad the been born TbJrtlde the ocean blue, In thli fair laad where right Is nltfit And Plume's shoe* make Ule delight, Please call and get some of Llfe'§4|| Delight "Pilling'8 shoes." the lowest and quality the best. Respectfully, Lrsc W. 41* Broadway-

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