Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 23, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, February 23, 1895
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HRBcwRHSIyW!&v*w5v»roKxn^'i®Q?3c'5BOTE^^ f2pps;p.^fi^ "iiP^^^?^;^}?!^"'^ > •' •••/ •, .-•;.., / ,•••. .-.;••;... j, ...•••'• r ':^/-.;s ::v.?>'.XTwS!^"-w'™ : ?? Specials For Today! $1.25 QUALITY BUTTON KID GLOVES REDUCED TO 49c T I I T~T $1.50 QUALITY FOSTER HOOK KID GLOVES TODAY ONLY 62c. i r i i i ice Spring Jackets Worth $5, $1, $10 From 98C, to $1,98 15 CENT SAXONY YARN 10NLY 4 1-2 CENTS FELT SHADES ONLY 9 CENTS. Opaque Cloth Shades Only 27 CENTS A few fine Beaver Shawls very Cheap, GOLDEN RULE,. D. PRATT, TRUSTEE. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWftY, Call» Promptly Attended to Day or >'i jht. Phono No 19. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in [the future I loan be found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway.vrherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcelB or tarry 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 wu have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or aay hght work £?t can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could Sou do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for aim? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at I2ch street Livery Stable or Goo. Harrison s 61. Broad •»av. Yonrs Truly. Wm Lynas. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that haa vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung aothlng for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Lonoenecker, AtiThe Medical and Surglcalllnstttute. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. I nd. DAII r JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 23. Drink McLin's Kolatona. Plenty tub oysters at Rothermel's. MoKaea'a steam laundry—good work 0:tO wanta three or four experienced shoe salesmen. Odd lace curtains at your own prices at the Golden Rule. Nine quarter sheeting 12J cents per yard at the Boe Hive. Miss Grace Hoemer of Linden avenue is reported seriously 111. The "Freie Prease" published by Herr John Day, has suspended. Mrs. L G Haona is slowly recover. lnp from a severe attack of pneumonia. Get first choice of the $8 Imported dress goods; bargains for $5 at the Bee Hive. T. J. Legg leaves for Chostertoa today to organize a Sunday school in that place, Siy, this la a great bargain, 48 cents for children's kangaroo calf, 8 to 12 yeare—Otto Kraus. Miss Lucy Spoon last night enter.- tainedthe "Jolly Ten" at her home on Ea9t Broadway. $1.25 for razor and narrow equare toe patent leather front lace shoes at Otto's great sample sale. Lost—A. gold waich somewhere be> tween Seventh and Fifteenth streets- Finder can call at this office for particulars. Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Wilson enter, tained friends very graoefully last night at their pleasant home, No. 200 Eel River avenue. Hood's Sarsaparllla gives great bodily, nerve, mental and digestive strength, simply because it purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood. Wanted—To purchase, a small piece of land, with or without buildings, within ten miles of Logansport. Leave word with S. M. Closson, No. 319 Pearl street. A small party of young people was charmingly entertained Thursday night by Miss Ruby Cornell at her home »n Race street. The evening was pasted at oarde and other amusements. The funeral of Mrs. Ellen J.Woll will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. W. Lee Smith. No. 419 Front street, on the West Side. The Rev. Cha*. B. Wellborn will conduct the services. I have several thousand dollar* to loan at six per cent, on first-class mortgage security. Thli money can. be obtained by the right parties calling soon on exceptionally d«*lrable terms. I alio make loan* in any sum over twenty-five dollar* on personal security and buy good notes.—Geo. B. Forgy. ..-:, IOUB SAME IS PRIST. Hem* .of a". Personal Character Con- ceriilnir Sjog+anvortern and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: Ira Keyser of Argoa. Tom Paris of Frackfort. H. C. Filzer of Burrows.- E. M. Helm of Kentland. J. H. Hoffman of Marlon. W. E. Westlako of Muncie. J. C. Phillips of Rochester. C. F. Reeves of Greenoastle. Isaac Rans of Fulton county. Dr. D. C. Knots of Plymouth. Frank Morris of Kokomo, Is visiting in the city. W. B. Personeti will go to Chicago today on business. vValter B. Westlako of Marion is in the city on business. F. C. Kegley of Walton, waa in the city yesterday on business. Mrs, Bert Thornton left yesterday for a visit at Clinton, Mo. Mrs. A. G. Irons, the pianist, is visiting in ths city for a few days. Miss Maggie Tyrrell of Lafayette is the guest of friends In the city. Scott Price.has returned from Wina. mac, where ho visited several days Miss Rosalind Keller of Wabash, Is visiting her sister. Mrs J. Q Swee f - sor. The Rev. Wm. Gard of Shelbyville is the guest of a brother, John Gard of this city. Miss Maude Miller of Lafayette, attended the ' Our Club" dance last evening. Mrs. A. B. Jones of Crawfordsvllle Is visiting her mother, Mrs. C S Feckham. Attorney Robert M Van Winkle is expected to visit in the city some time next week. Dr. J. E. Pryor and wife left Thursday for Ocean City, N. J.. where thoy will reside. Mrs, Era Haseltine of Kokomo i» this week the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. F, Beebee, Miss Georgia Duke of Kokomo is the guest of Miss Minnie Stouffer of Fourth and High street. Mrs.T. E. Helwlg of Indianapolis, Is visiting bar sister, Mrs. Q. A. Myers of this city. The Misses Ida and Anna Covault are visiting this week with Mrs. F. D. Patterson of Lafayette. Charles Beshore and Lora A. Lillard of" -Marion, will spend Sunday with friends in the city. George Ztnn of Noble township, who has been visiting friends in Carroll county, has returned home. D. D. Saltzgabber of Fort Wayne, formerly proprietor of the Murdock hotel was in the city yesterday. Miss Grace Anderson has gone to Chicago, where she will take vocal lessons of Miss Margaret Goetz, Miss Frieda Mutchler of the We*t Side, is entertaining Miss Marie Kestner of Lafayette this week. Miss Nellie Brown of Zinesvllle, Ohio, is here, the guest of the family of her brother, Herbert Brown. The Misses Shanahan of Wabash are visiting their cousins, Minnie and Anna Shanahan of the North Side. Mrs. Ed Newcomb and Lawrence Anderson are visiting Mrs. W. H. Anderson at Marion for a few days. W. J. Finch of Oxford, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly of Chicago will attend the funeral of Mra. Woll today. Dr. J. D. Bter of Detroit, Mich., general agent lor tha U. v C. Life Insurance Company, was in the clly yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Elliott were at Frankfort yesterday to attend the first annual banquet of the Commercial club of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vaile of Kokomo " returned home yesterday after attending the Valle Snyder wed- dlig Wednesday. Mrs. Matthew Luye goes lo her home at Chicago today after visiting for a time with Mrs. George Hltchens of Wabash avenue, M. Schofield of Mansflold, Ohio, wai here this week. Mr. Schofield ha* secured a room and will soon open a clotking store here. H. A. B. Williams, agent for Bartholomew's Horse Show, and nick named "Alphabetical" Williams by Artemu* Ward, is in the city. The Rev. S. Kelso and wife have gone to Walton, called there by the news of the serious. illness of their daughter, Mrs. Henry Bowyer. "Cyclone Bill" Ferguson the auctioneer, left yesterday for Mitchell, South Dakota, after completing the sale of the New Fashion store stock. Mrs. Minnie Goodhart and children will return to tbelr" home at Indian- apoll* today after", fisfting for some time wltlLMr. and Mrs. H. Q. Tucker. 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. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER S20CASH * Extraordinary Values, Equal lo What Otlier Tailors Charge S4O.O'O for. Wo are Turuiujjout Great Quaiititscs of Work, aud our Customers arc Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. 'OCR CLUB'S 1 BALL. One Hundred Young lNo)i!e Including aNumber From Oilier Ci Ion, Kojor Ttt"m«o?v*» Kujtely. . Our Club's" first annual ball occurred at Kreuzberger's hall last evening and the many expectant hearts wore fully gratified by a most delightful evenlup at dancing. Over fifty couples were in attendance acd the dance music was furnished by the Elite Mandolin Club. At midnight supper was served by F. A. Djkeman. Those from a distance were Mies Kessler of ChicaRO. E. Metzker of Montlcello. John Long, Peru; Misi Georgia Duke of Kokomo, C.E Baker, [rvinRton. Tlio Modern Inr»lld Has tastes medicinally, In keeping with other luxuries. A remedy must be pleasantly acceptable in form, purely wholesome in composition, truly beneficial in effect and entirely free from every objectionable quality. If re,ally ill ho consults a physician; if constipated be uses the gentle amlly laxative Syrup of Figs. Funeral of M.Us Caupb*!!. The body of Miss Kaiie Compbell was placed in its final resting place at Mt. Hope cemetery yesterday after* noon. Tee funeral services were held at 2:30 at the Christian church on Ninth street, the Rev. T. S. Freeman being in charge. There was a larpre attendance. J>e>tb orMIs» Anna McXtlly. Miss Anna McSTally, aged 52 years died yesterday evening at 6 o'clock at the residence of her cousin, Mrs. Chas. W. SeLsffue, corner of Second and Market streets. The remains will probably be shipped to Columbus, Ohio, today. Slate Encampment <r. A. It. The State encampment of the G-. A. K. will be held the last week of March at Muncie. Loganaport will be well represented at the mealing. Post No. 14 will bJ represented by three regular delegates, J. E. Erwin, James Cbieteeter and deorge Eodifer. CONTRIBUTION SO. 16- Submliel Durlnz Our Beeent Adver- tlelnc Content. TRJLBT'S SHOE?. Had Trilby llred ID Logansport, Or Pilling In Paree, She n«ed not di»M thoaa pretty feet In ib*e* 10 ordinary, Those old gray gandal'i which shs wore She might have given to the poor. Those feet of snch angelic grace, Tho»e feet which aitlsu draw, Poor Trilby did not dare Incaie Within & common ihoe, Leut the their beauty might distort. Those footllnga were her cklet support. i «koe M crtceful as her toot, A ikoe of comfort too She might hare worn, had ihe been born ThUjade the ooew blue, In thfc fair land w And Filling's shoe* mike life delight Please call and get gome of Life's Delight "Filling's shoe*." Prices the loweit and quality the best Bespectfally, - 411 Broadway. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. the Bee Lettuce and spinach at Rothermol'i. To Mr. and Mrs. John Brumbaugh, of Spear street, a son. To Mr. and Mra. George Chicago street, a son. Velvets and silks at special prices today at the Golden Rule. Seven foot window shades only 9 cents at the Golden Rule. There were no culprits at Mayor's bar of justice yesterday. Eight dollars for $5, at the Hive, Come, we'll tell you how. To Mr. and Mrs. Horace Isaaci Of Washington township, a daughter. An imported dress goods pattern and all linings, the best $8 for $5, at the Bee Hive. Georpa Forgy received a safe yesterday from the G-ilveaton bank, weighing 20.000 pounds. Just think of it, elegant razor toei for $1.25, worth $2.50. Don't delay, samples won't last loop—Olto. Beginning March 2dat Royal Center 'Cyclone" Bennett, tha prohibition lecturer will conduct a series of meetings. A brother of attorney M. F. Mahoney, residing In Carroll county, is reported dangerously 111 with pneumonia. The relatives of the late Richard M. Johnson wish to return thanks to the sitters of St. Joseph's hospital for their kl»dness toward him. The >dlee' auxiliary to the O.K. C. was last night entertained by Mrs. Jeffries at her homo on the corner of Seventeenth and North streets. WalkcA Off With a HlotMmchlnj D E Pryor, the druggist, left penny-in-the elot machine hanging in front of his store Thursday night, and some mechanical genlui thinking he could work it to better advantage at home walked off with It, and up to date has failed to return the machine. Mr. Pryor wonld willingly give him the contents If he would return the machine. A PlcuMant Social $ei*lo*. The Knlghta of St. John and their wives met in a pleasant social seitlon at their hall in the Dolan & McHale block last evening. Cards formed the chief source of amusement and an elegant luncheon was served by the ladle* to their gallant Knlghti. Wear* Iron Shackle* A man with heavy Iron shackles on his ankle*, wai seen In the wood* near Cutler, by Vandalla trainmen Thursday evening. The authorities at Cutler were told of the matter. PIlllDC Cuing tke Slew The city's new electric lights recently put in Line Pilling'* shoe store are a-sample of flne electrical work M well at furnishing excellent light Geo. Lalble of Fort Wayne died in Chicago Wednesday. He was •> brother of Mre. GnitaTe Burgmanof thU city and was well known here. A Hale u« Happy OH If* May be insured to ladle* using Phora at the critical period of ch of We Sold by B- F. Kee*lin|f aa* Coolioa & Co. A g«ee«Mf*l »•»»•*. The ladle* of the G. A, B. tt>rT«d dinner at the hall yesterday ands**); all well pleased with the patronage \

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