Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 2, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 2, 1895
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gSp^:f»?S'?>Tfr^!W^^ Saturday March 9th, will be the last day of the Great Bankrupt Sale of the Golden Rule Stock. Then all remaining stock will be removed to Lafayette. Must be sold this week. Choice of all Children's Eiderdown Cloaks Worth $2.60 to $4 only Choice of all Children's Cloaks Worth $3 to $6 only $1:48 Just think a 7 foot shade worth 20c only 9c. 7 foot Opaque shade worth 37c only 27G. Choice lot of Spring Jackets worth $8 to $12. Only $1.98 Choice of all Children's Underwear, 2 for 25c $1 25 Kid Gloves Reduced to 49c $1.5O Real Foster Kid Gloves only 62c FINE UMBRELLAS CHEAP. Big stock of ladies'underwear and wrappers at 30c on the dollar. Remember all stock must be sold within the next week and -greater bargains than ever will be offered. Come at once. GOLDEN RUUB . I). PRATT. TRUSTEE FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dea'ers In FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWfVY. -Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht. Phone 2s" o 90. For Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Uob Rooms unsurpassed. 3,f3TTER;HBflD8 INVITATIONS NOTE.'HErtDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, OflRDS, ^ENVELOPES ft SPECIALTY, You get our figures and^we'll do the work. Do not fail tolcall on theJOURNAL[for DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, .MARCH 2. Job Printing Spring Curry Comb HadekSnrlne Blade. Soft u a Brash. FBsewjrCun* H» •fSrlfficomr CtedbyU.&AnnT^toBarew..- »K™* CtaiKt, «nd Lerflng HonemM rf tt. VMl. r *5S"SLJwA ssasiEMiias mngn Cttcmw. ana i*a«"ns M "*~"'-- — .r- ""—• €»sf«esuae£i£as .••.MftiMHMtti DrinkMcLin's Kolatona. Overworked women need ZoaPhora. MoKeen's steam laundry—good work Mre. Seth Velsey IB ill with la grippe. Every woman should, learn about Zoa Phora. This is the last day to see the educated horses. The Pan Handle depot is 'being cleared of tramps and loafers. Ex-Auditor Samuel Helvie is able to O out again after a ten days' sickness. The Peoples' Savings Bank, grand opening with grand, presents. Saturday, March 2d. The case of Cbas. D. Thatcher vs,.F. C. Keg-ley, suli on note, has been dismissed a? plaintiffs cost. The master mason's degree was last night conferred on several candidates by Tipton lodge, F. and A. M, A suit on account brought by Louis llorst against Jacob Brenkel, has been dismissed at the plaintiff's cost. Max Melllnger and Samuel Smith, two employes of Long Cliff hospital, are taking a two weeks' vacation. The big dredges on the Sharts ditch that have been frozen up for six weekt were again started to work yesterday. A tent of Knights of the Maccabees, was last night instituted at Walton. There are thirty members In the new tent. •.,."' The State convention of photographers will meet at Indianapolis next week from Tuesday .until Friday, Inclusive. Rebecca Adams.. aged over sixty years, has sued for, a- divorce from her husband, James Adams, alleging drunkenness and cruelty. Tbe funeral of-DonD., a sun of Mr. andMrt. L. W. Smith .of Adam* township, occurred yettecday at 2 p. ra. ; the Rev. Swyhart officiating. H*ve you ever noticed how yonr tystem eeemi to crave, special assistance In the spring?^-'-Just the help required Is given by flood's Swsapa. rllla. ..'-•:,•:• ; : S. M. LlnqulsV wishes to thank his friendt and relatives for their kindne'n during the illness, and at the time of the funeral of hit wlle,-.Auguita Linq- quUt. -• *-'" • ' The trial for alleged petty larceny of Milton Jones and'Omer Sawer of Adami townthlpi will come up At the- Miami circuit-.-ioourt.i i »t, ; Font March ISlh. -. YOUR NAME IS PKIST. Itemi* at a Personal Cliaracttr Concerning liOg»n»porter8 and Their . Friends. In the city yesterday: W. D. Taylor of Peru. Lewie Hall of Delphi. Chet. Ellis of Kokomo. A. L. Gri zer of Muncie. J. H. Hoffman of Marion. Milo Meredith of Wabash. David Marks of Rochester. W. D, ki'zer of Winchester. M. J. Morgan of Adamsboro. 0. B. .Molntire of Remington. W. Webb, an Attica attorney. Daniel Kemp of Young America. Slgmund Frieburg cf Cincinnati. Attorney Pratt Loveland of Peru. John C. Lowe, cattleman, of Monon. E M. Biggs of Brokaw Bros., New York. Bart Thompson, recorder of Carroll county. Hsrry Frank was at Attica yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Johnson of Monticello. W. D Klzer, Deputy Attorney General, Indianapolis. Jobn Jhapman and wife of Kokomo, with Geo. Chapman of Third street. Commodore Grubbs and Rear Admiral Bozartb of the fleet at Lake Maxln kuckee. Jameri Turner of Lucerne, C. A. and W. L. Dolman, G. W. Lipe, T. A. Ogden and A R. Woods of Kokomo. Mr, Thomas Guthrie has returned from Walton. L, C. Jones has returned from Ma rion after a visit. C. W. Burgman returned from Indl. anapolii yesterday. Charles Kreider was yesterday at Marlon on business. ,-Mrs, Leon Saxon Is visiting at Converse with relatives. John Heber of South Bend is visit- Ing relatives In the city. Mrs. McCloy of South Dakota is visiting Mrs. A. M. Flanegan. M. G. Harley returned yesterday from a six weeks' stay in Chicago. Mrs. Virginia Baker has go»e to Chicago, after a visit with relatives In the city. D. R Bull of Elwood was here ves- terday on his way to his farm In White county. Dr. C. Smith of Chicago was In Logansport yesterday to see James McKague. Mrs. Dora Ridley of Chicago formerly of Loganeport, is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Messinger. Mrs. Jennie Bailey of Crawfords- vllle 18 visiting with her sons, Jefferson and Sewell, in the city. Miss Sadie Glvens came home yesterday from Peru, where she attended a reception Thursday night. Ed Dykoman and wife of Rey Creek, New York, are visiting their brother, Judge D rkeman in tbe city. J. H.Hellekson of the Springfield Fire and Mrlne Insurance company, was In the city yesterday on business. W. W. Boyce. the well -known photographer, has gone to Kokomo to regain his health after a long illness. H. J. Hnitbrlnk of the Stale Nation- bank was yesterday transacting business at Star City, Pulaski county. Mrs, Frank Rlchason and little daughter, Opal and Mre Edna Rhine- bart left today for Richmond to visit frienda. T. F. Lewis of Minticello was In the ilty and attended the meeting of Court Noble, I. O. Foresters Thursday night. N. J, Siffirnatt, representative of the VIoAvoy Brewing company, wat here yesterday calling on local representative! John M. Baker. Marion Chronicle: Phil. Diels re. turned latt night at midnight from Lo. gansport where he attended the grand lodge Kaif htr of Honor. George Lucy was yesterday called to Id'aville by the news of tbe death at thaVplace of hit titter, Mrs. Christina Hoffman. Mrs. Lucy preceded him several days. TkeTlev. T. 8. Guthrie came home yesterday frem Muncle. where he weritrto preach the funeral sermon of Mrs.. Eliza Adamt Wlllard. an old resident of Muncie, who located there in 1836. C Marion News: Rev. E. S. Scott, of [x>gantport, came up last evening to to arracge with Rev. F. M. Baldwin to survey-and plot the Presbyterian Summer Retort at Wlnona, on Bus Lake in Starke county. Gi'W;Buttof Covlngton, Ohio, who i* connected with Logantport oapltal- 4tt* and other* in the Judton Brown jttWfte, WM here Thursday In oontultation with the local rioekhold. i al Brand New! Stock of Spring Clothing arriving daily at the Progress. All the new shades in hats, th 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 of 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. A New Hack Line? I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and In ;.the future I Team be found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway.wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 In the evening to deliver parcelt or «arry, passengers to and from any part of.the^city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the meney. If you have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work fchat can be done with a street hack, I will l»"e glad to do It. What oonld you do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the haok for t»im? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at 12ch street Livery Stable or Geo. Harrigon'g 617Broad wav. foaw TriMv. Wm Lynas. ers. The quarries at South Judsoh are to be shortly reopened. Hon. S. P. Sheerln ie at Washington, D. C., on business. Merrill PIckel goes to Montpeller next week to take a position. Mel Castle of the West Side is at borne again after a visit with his son at Dscatur, 111. Benjamin Dean of Tipton township, who has been visiting in White county has returned home. Mrs. Hoffman and daughter, Miss Lizzie, have returned to their home at Chicago after a visit here. Winamac Republican: Chas. Har» rel, of the Y. P. S. C. E. Union of Lo. jansport is announced to meet with the two Endeavor Societies of this place, next Sunday afternoon at the Christian church, to arrange for the coming Endeavor convention at this place. CONTRIBUTION SO. 29. 8nbBltt«4 Durlnc Omr Reeent Adver tlslnc Cont«»«, U yon'll only tike Jadvlce And bar T«ui shoes of Filling, Fm gate that you will like nil price 'Twill i»T6 jou manj a shilling. Not ODlf we the prices there Just what will suit 7001 mind. But jou will see tbe she** -will wear For they're the b*t j«o'll flnd. Yes. Pilling will your wants supply, In every kind ot leather, Jnit what ycu want (or wet ot dry. For cold, or summer weather. . His stock Is nice and new and neat, He'll suit TOO. o»« »nd all, His shoes so well will Ot yonr feet The largest will look small. "He who hesitates Is lost," th«y My, Then hesitate no more! Bot go to 412 Broadway jtnd boy at Filling's store, Spring time is coming and the in- die&tions are that we will have a very rainy spring. That means wet feet if yonr shoes are of poor quality and wet feet meant sickness and a doctor bill. "An "ounce of prevention iii worth a ponnd of onre," or in in Engliih bay a p*ir of wet weather shoes at Line Pilling'! Broadway Sho« Store. Mothers of daughters should know Zoa Phora. To maiden, wife or mother, Zoa f bora is a trusty friend. . Natural gas bills for March now due and payable. Take all the children to see tbe educated horses this afternoon. Col. George Immel was said to be ellghtly improved last night. Routk's meat market, at 512 Bi way, will be opened Saturday morn* ing. Don't mles seeing the educated horses this afternoon. Ladies 1 matinee. The family of H. C. Stelnman of the North Side is confined to the houio with lagrippe, Mias Hattio Ballon last night entertained the L. L. L. ch'b at her home, No. 1816 Broadway. William Isaacs, a 9 -year-old North Side young man, is reported seriously sick with the meaile*. Memorial services for tbe late Frederick Douglass will be held Sunday night at the A. M. E. churck. A beautiful Euter Illy In bloom la the window of M. Fornoffi barber shop. It a novel and attractive tight. ' Church Extention Day" will be observed with an appropriate program at the Wheatland ttreet M. E. church next Sunday. The artificial Ice plant of the Columbia Brewing company will toon be In running order with a netr $2,800 ammonia condenier added. John Austin, formerly on tbe Lo- gantport police force, hu bought out; the real estate butiueti of Harry Hagenbuck of Gat City. A dltpatcb. states that the oil people at Booae, Iowa, are preparing to Investigate the dolngt of the Linseed Oil Trutt. with which comblnat] Opt, A. Hardy It ttlll la trouble the poMeuion of the oil mill her*. Tbe miners and other employe* of: the Shelburn Coal Company of 8hel» burn, Ind., are reported to have petitioned for the removal of Frank Bias,; formerly of thit city, kt receiver of to* PMJ

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