Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 27, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Specials For Today! $1.25 QUALITY BUTTON KID GLOVES REDUCED TO 49c. J I'll $1.50 QUALITY .FOSTER HOOK KID GLOVES TODAY ONLY 62c. Nice Spring Jackets Worti) $5. $1, $10 From ;, to $198 15 CENT SAXONY YARN ONLY 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 W all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht. Phone No 99. DAII,V JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 27. Ground Hog Bootsl Too late foo Felt; buy Leather. It's a a Ground Hog case now, and it will pay you to help you clean out our Winter Boots. WflLKER & Rf\UOH 420 Broadway. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in ;the future I [can fc*ioond at the corner of 4th street and BroaiU ay. whprel will be prepared •vm »o T olock In the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or ejury passengers to and from any part ofithe>lty- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If wpw have a paroel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work «n>t can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What oonld 300 do that a oastomerg would appreciate more than calling the hack for Mkn? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12th street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrison's SITBroad ••«BY. loans Truiv. Wm Lynas. "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO DrinkMcLin's Kolatona. MoKeen's steam laundry—good work No stairs to climb, everything convenient in our new store—H. Wiler & Co. Edward Medland entertained a num- bar ol friends at dancing last evening at his home on Eel River ave. Mrs. Dr. Canfield, oculist, will bu at 430 North srteet, Tuesday an'd Wednesday, February 2Gth and 27tb. Wall papers have advanced in prices, but we scooped in some grand values before the change. Come and learn our prices—H. Wiler & Co. Acting through the blood, Hood's Sarsaparilla not only curea scrofula, salt rheum, etc., but gives health and vigor to the whole body. There will certainly be a revolution at an early date. Everything points that way. The Boston Sample Shoe Co., will revolutionize prices on shoes. To be in it young man, you should have a Rob-Roy necktie and an Elkhorn collar. Dewonter, the Hatter and Furnisher, has them, For months our thoughts and energies have been applied to carpeta, wall paper and draperies; we are now ready to let you be the judges—H, Wiler & Co. All over these United States in every city March lat, will be opening day for the Dunlap hats, Logansport will be no exception. Dawenter, the Hatter, is agent. Ladies, don't fall to come to our grand opening Saturday. March 2d, and get a box of fine candies free.— Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street, east side. Insurance and Loans—A few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money In any amount, to loan on mortgage eecurity—S. M. Cloeaon, No. 819 Pearl street. Send all the children to onr grand opening Saturday, March 2d. We've got nice little savings banks for all of 'em.—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 329 Fourth street, east side. Look out for bargains in corseta, gloves, veilings, laces, threads, window shades, ribbons, etc., bought at 11 cents on the dollar. Look out for tbls sale at the Trade Palace. Our new store is equipped with a stock twice tha siza of former years; entirely reorganized, better, stronger than ever before. Everything that is new lor spring at prices that are 25 per cent, lower than last season—H. Wiler & Co. H. Wiler & Go's decorative artist. Mr. Robert K&nldn, la a skillful workman as a decorator and. paper hanger. Many of 'jOganiport'i best homes are advertisements of his ability. Ee IB here to »tay—Is up to date and.. a gilt edged guarantee goat with every '''' TOUR NAME IS PBIST. of » Personal Clinructtr Concerning I/oEiDM|iortorM and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: W. C. Smith of Delphi. H. Lansneld of Illinois. L. Burrett of Kokomo C. W. Patty of Kewanna. C. E. Dennis of Windfall. Judge Blacklldge of Kokomo. The Rev, Cook of Grass Creek, W. Wilson and wife of Goodland. Ben McKee of the Lebanon Pioneer. Prof. Thos. Han&barger of Lafayette. J. E, Cramer and S. P. Bevlngton of Galvestoo. The Rev. D. S. Mulcahey of Anderson with the Rev. M. E. Campion. E. S. Scott wont to,Indianapolis yesterday. T. S. Howes left yesterday for Pueblo, Col. Henry Hubler is visiting relatives in Plymouth. Miss Forhtn of Rochester is visiting Mi.se Kate Kraut. Dr. J. Z. Powell was at Indianapolis yesterday on business. Mrs'. Wirlck of Butler, lad., is vliilticg in Logansport. Edward Canis has been visiting at his old home at Elkhart. Sam K. Frank came home yesterday from a trip to Louisville. Ky. Joseph Clark of Burnettsville, was in the city yesterday on business. Mrs, W. B. Weatlake ol Marlon Is the guest of her parents in the city. Miss Mary Renn went to Fort Wayne yesterday after a visit in the city. Miss Katie Kessler left yesterday for Buffalo, N. Y., after a visit In the city. Mrs. D. C. Smutz and children of Witchlta, Kan, are visiting Mrs. A. L. Rosa. John Loag returned to Peru yesterday after a several days' visit with friends. George Rife and bride will make a short visit at Chicogo before going to housekeeping in this city. J. B Win'.ors and George E. Barnett went to Kokomo yesterday with the party of Eastern Stars. Miss Ella Caty who has visited In Logineport for some time, went to Calcago yesterday afternoon I. M. Shafer of Dunkirk was here yesterday, to attend the funeral of his slslsr. Mrs. Amanda Brockman. Arthur Stuart and wife have returned to the city from Marion, and will probably remain here some time. Mrs. M. S. Dahoney has returned to ..her home at Coffeyville, Kansas, after an extended visit with relatives in the city'. Miss Nellie Wblttaker who has been at school at Terre Haute was brought home yesterday suffering with the measles. Prof. A. H. Douglass, superintendent of the city schools, was at Bloomington yesterday, visiting the schools of that city. Eli Slough returned yesterday morning to his boma at Crown Point, Ind., aftor a visit of a few days with Logansport relatives. Brand New! Stock of Spring Clothing arriving daily at the Progress. All the new shades in hats, the grandest line ever shown in the city. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. 1895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the .Arrival oT Our Spring" Suitings! And we feel just'y proud ii the success of our untiring efforts which enable us to ,- how you this season the Latest, Most Stylish, Most Attractive and Exclusive Line of woolens in the city. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. For Fine Printing. HurilLOlomuw'M Equine Paradox. The wonderful horses will be at the opera hou;o Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Below see what the Phil adelphia Inquirer says: ' Professor Bartholomew's Equine Paradox was the novel program pre^ sented last night at the National The, atre The entertainment was a most pleailng one, and consisted of amusing tricks and manceuvers by a number of highly trained horses. The animals manipulated bells, playing the ' Last Rose of Summer" and "Home, Sweet Home" in excellent style and without any accompaniment. It seetna as if the beasts were endowed with almost human Intelligence, and this was particularly so in the school scenes. Among the nota» ble animals were Ccesar, the deaf horse; Chevalier, the wonderful talk-leg horse; Bucephalus, whose dancing WM applauded; Prince, the slow horse and Petite, a little Brazilian pony.— Tfce Inquirer, Philadelphia. The Limited If all. The people turned out uausually well to see the realistic mechanical comedy drama, "The Limited Mall" last night. It was one of the best houses of the season, ' -standing room only" being the word In the gallery. •'The Limited Mall" Is said to be the original railroad drama. It was jjlven a good presentation last night. I,lee«w4 to Wed. ' John J. Bugle and Maggie E. Bur. ton.' • . _" ''" r ^ -'" George Tinkle and Anna Parse. JunerReed and Louella House. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. .ETTER'HBrtDS INVITATIONS NOTEHEftDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, CrtRDS, , ENVELOPES rt SPECIALTY. You get our figures and^we'll do the work. Do not fail to.'call on the JOURNAL for Job Printing. From Jail to llohnltal. An unfortunate named Frank Young who was some time ago injured in a fall, has been removed from the county jail to St. Joseph's hospstal, where he may receive treatment. Staley Han Arrived. David J. Staley of Chicago came in yesterday to make the fical arrangements for his coming meeting, 'for points, with Prof. P. J. Pitzlin of this city. Vuiidnlia Line Excursion*. Oa February 12, March 5, April 2 and 30, 1895, home seekers excursion tickets will be on ealo at very cheap rates to various points in the South and Southwest. For rales, limit stopover prlvllges, etc , apply to J. C. EDGE WORTH, Agt., Logansport, Ind. CONTRIBUTION SO- 21. gubmltlel Darin t Oar Beeent Adver- tlslur Contett For TrUby leet So verj neat, Or like Chicago's girl With 'd cork screw curl, And feet tbe Hie Oi naif the skies,For the feet of the farmer For the sweetest charmer, And the boy wltti the sweater No shoes ate better, Than Filling's shoe*. So mind rour;p'i and Q'», The gill with the bloomers Could stop the awful rumors, •fflth a blcjcle iklrtj And shoes that wouldn't hurt, For babies' shoes »nd shoes lor dolijr Katf*, Tom aid little Poll?. You'll And them all At Filling's well rtocked store And the boy ol color says o*tne more, As he opens the door An* bom to the floor, Bat I eipect as soan The big round moon, OtH«Ten'»6old«n Dipper As Filling's prize slipper. If you wear Filling's shoes you will never be Bothered with corns and Be§pectfully, .. 41* Broadway. Funeral of.Wrx. ItrotkniBn. The funeral of Mrs, T. S. Brockman at the Ninth street Christian church yesterday at 2 p. m.. was a peculiarly said one for rainy reasons. The deceased was only 31 years of sge and the bereaved family was terribly affected by the great loss. A large concourse of friends and relatives were present at the funeral services, conducted by the Rev. T. S. Freeman. Interment was made in Mt. Hope Cera- etary. A Chariiilne Ten. Mrs. Cbarlea Parker, of Miami street, entertained a number of her lady friends at tea last Monday even- Ing in honor of Mrs. Henry Clay of Richmond, Va. Thoeo present were Mesdames A. J. Allen, H. B. Turner, Kate Turner, Chas. Marshall, J. W. Parker, Elwood Winelow, M. Kennedy, Ben Kilburn, W. P. Winslow, James Carter, Lin W. Brooks and Rsv. Me. Daniels. Attention. Sir St. John Commandery No. 24, Kaights Templar, meets in special conclave this (Wednesday) evening at 7:30. Work in the Temple order. Business of importance is to be tram- acted, aod you are earnestly requested to be present. C. M. CUSTER E. C. Pleading for EIIU. M. D. Fansler, attorney for Rlley Ellis, yesterday presented bi» argu. ment for an arrest ol judgment on the case of Indiana vs. EUi*. An answer will today be made by Proiecutor C. E. Hale. All person* knowing themselves Indebted to H- B. Kennedy will please all a v . the office of Fancier & Mahoney and settle. M. F. MAHOMET. Assignee, for H- B. Kennedy. EasMra Btar* About thirty of the members «f Fidelity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, were at Kokomo lut night, being entertained by the order of that: city.

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