Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 19, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 19, 1895
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TWO STOCKS. The Court ordered the Stock of the Star Dry Goods Store Of Lafayette. brought to Logansport to be closed out, The J'GOLDEN RULE" stock and the "STAR" stock are consolidated at the old Golden Rule stand MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. We want to wind up these stocks as soon as possible. Prices no object. Great bargains i n all departments. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. THE FINEST LINE TODR NAME IS PKIST. OF Itenitt or a Personal Character Con- cernlng JLogituMiiortorN and Their SPRING S NGS To be Found in the City at W. D. CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. 2nd Floor, Justice Block. In the city yesterday: M. Brilly of Peru. T. S. Nichols of Wolcott. L. C. Curtis of Rochester. A, L. Lawshe and wife of Converse. The Rev. Father Adams of Wina. mac. W. P. Barnett and David Marks of Wabash. John Parks and J. M. Grimes of Royal Center. Goo, Cheney is here from Indianapolis, for a short stay. REMOVAL SALE! We are now Occupying the " New Fashion Storel until the improvement of our store is completed. On account of removal GREAT REDUCTIONS Will be made in all lines See our new Spring Clothing. and New Spring flats, Don't fail to attend this Removal Sale, HARRY FRANK, TO BB SURB. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know © FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BRORDWfiY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Nijbfc. Phone No 09. For Men's Shoes SSEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices uro advancing but we hold them down. WflLKER 6c RflUOH. 420 Broadway. ".Shore Aorf>.s." It happens too rarely that the thoa- • regoeris all'urded an opportunity of witnessing so good a play as "Shore ..cres." Tnis bep.utiful drama of New tngland lifo, which our ablest men ,avo Idealized, was tho outcome of ears of thought and labor, «nd not ati!.M.r. Homo had spent seven contbsof hla life in daily intercourse with the characters he'bas drawn, did he think tho pl.iy suitable for produc~ tion. la Boston, whore it ran for one hundred and fourteen consecutive nights, H was editorially commented upon by nearly all the leading dailies. The Boston Transcript in a lengthy editorial says: "Its triumph with the public has much significance, and it may fairly enough be counted as the evant of tho dramatic year ID America." A costly presentation of 'Shore Acres" is announced at the opera house Friday, March 22. Tho ladles of the Baptist church will give a free social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller. No. 922 Broadway this (Tuesday) evening from 7 1 till 10. A pleasant program . haa baen arranged. All are cordially invited. Worthy or Consideration. A carefully prepared and well edited biocrrnphy of our citizsns. printed In the ii-i, •-'• *?.y!a known to the' art, neatly oound LJ half morocco and tastefully embellished, will make a. book more deserving of a place in the library aod more highly prized by the owner than anything ho could place there. • Tho newspapers are constantly in need of tho information contained in such a work. Both homo aad outside libraries will bo supplied with conies of tho biographical history now in course of preparation by tho Pharos publishers. By this book editors and others can avail themselves of correct information. Tho copper plate engraved portraits will be a perfect likeness nnd is worth alone tho price charged for photograph, book and en~ graving. Mr. Edwin Kelly, of Chicago begins work today in securing data and orders for the book. 1>. ». to O. K. C. Will serve supper tonight at the home of Mrs. Riddle, between First and Second, on Railroad street. Everybody invited. Children's cloaks at your own prices W. D. Pratt, Trustee, DAILY JOURNAL^ TUESDAY MORNING, W./LUGS: 19. Get your muslins today at the Trade Palace special. Have you readOsto's advertisement? read it again. Tickets on sale this morning 1 for. "Charley's Aunt. 11 Every Hoe of 0;tO ICraus' grea.t advertisement is the truth. David Loftue will soon open a silicon at No. 308 Third stroat. To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Farrer, Living south of the city,, a son. Judge Goo. Ross will put a now /rent on his building- on Broadway. Extra s ; 7,2d wen, extra long men, all at $0.50 for the finest—Otto K::aus. Our $1.50 night dress for 9S cents, proved o grand drawing card—Trade Palace, . The bridges over Crocked creek were inspected Friday by the County commissioners. Tickets for "Charley's Aunt" the funniest comedy evor written. Sale begins this morning. Otto will tako the price aa advertise, no matter if tho sale prico wae tribble. All goods m irked in plain figures. Prince Albert suits are included in Otto's great ss-le, choice of any suit in the store for $9.50; lower grades upstairs, -*3 OS. Tho Trade Palace dress goods and silk sals is a hummer. Come in the morning to avoid the rush. Don't miss it. The CrsL day of our muslin underwear sale proved a. grand success. Call again today as we have added many new bargains—Trade Palace. All members of Lincoln Circle L of G. A. R. are requested to be present at the regular meeting this afternoon. The national president will be with us. by order of the Circle President. Portions of tho wreck of the late Chicora. have begun to appear and several parts of the ill-fated steamer have been found. It is claimed that the boat went down near St. Joseph. Lincoln Circle L. of G. A. R , will will give a reception this evening 1 from 7 to 10, at the home of A. J. Robinson, 1100 North, street in honor of Mrs, Nettie E. Ganlockof Chicago, National president of the order. . All members of the circle, their husba.nda and the comrades of tho G. A, R. will be welcome. J. d. Campbell went to Winamac yesterday. Tom McCarty rode to Walton on nig wheel yesterday. Mrs. John B. [Landle of Cincinnati' is visiting in the city. Mrs. A. J. Prescott and daughter May, are visiting at Chicago. Mrs Blanche Skinner returned from a visit at Kokomo yesterday. Mrs, L. Scott of New Castle is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bundy in the city. QSam Frank who has been attending the grand opera at Chicago, returned home yesterday. John Adams the tailor has returned to the city from Wabash, and is again with P. J, Hooley. Thomas A. Peden, who is studying law at Chicago, is speedings few days visiting 1 in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Thomas of Royal Center, spent Sunday in the city the guest of friends. Prof. G. W. Michaels of Delaware, Ohio, is in Logansport. The professor will remove to this city about July 1st. Mrs, Chris Lsible has returned to her hutre at Fort W.iyao, after a visit ol three weeks with Mrs. Gus Burgman. Mr. and Mrs. Gep. W. Fender have returned from St. Joseph, Mich., after a short visit with George Fender, jrjj. and family. Mrs, Nettle E. Ganlock of ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT i S, 4i8 Market St. A Free Illustrated Lecture. The Kev. A. M. Chamberlain, general Representative of Butler Univer- Otto makes the greatest bona fide offer in his history, Otto, the acknowledged loader of sity, will deliver an illustrated lecture fi ae clothing makes you a. Self-pre National president, ladies of the G. A. J R.., is visiting the department presl- ' dent, Mrs. Jasper A. Paugh of this city. DR. CHARLES MENDEXHALL. The Jrnllaii Medicine 3J.ar. Kecently MwrSe-J, IIus Been Seed forBrearli of Promise. Tha Columbus, Ohio, Despatch contains the story of a breach of promise suit In which Dr. Charles Mendanhall, who was recently married to Miss Lydia Whitfield in this city, was tbo defendant, acd Hiss Nellie Keegan of Pawtucket, R. I., was the plaictiff.in the sum of ?10,000. The complaint alleged that Miss Keegan was employed at one of the factories' at Pawtucket, and that she had corresponded with Mendenhall, beginning through an Wednesday night, March 20th, in the Christian church. He will show fifty views, largely from tbe Rocky Mountains, w:th the best calcium light lantern made. His lecture is sure lo be interesting and profitable and has been well received wherever it has been given. Tne speaker desires to become acquainted with the churches in the State. Do not fail to hear him. A collection will be taken to defray expenses, -UIJKcce. I Those who ba.ve us^d DC. King's •New Discovery know iii vi»luo, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on '<he advertised druggist and get a trial bottle free. Send your name and ad» dress to H. E Bucklen & Co., Chicago, aad fret a sample box, of Dr. King's New Life pilU free, a,s well as a Guide I to Hii-.hh and Household Instructor j fres. All of. which is guaranteed lo do do you good and co«t you nothing at B. F, K-jeslioe's drug store. GENTLEMEN, A BID FOR TUADF. advertisement in a matrimonial paper In December 1S93 she alleged the doctor wrote her that he desired to make her his wife. They exchanged photographs. In May, 1894 he made a visit to her. She alleged that he took out a marriage license and with that evidence of his intentions succeeded in seducing her, afterwards leaving her. Dr. Charles Mendenhail states that a judgment had been returned against him, and that he would like to see the plaintiff collect it. Tbe doctor has an office at the Tucker hotel. SO am! 87 .Shoes A5. IiK-.luilSnar S2.OO \Vocih «>f Shine*. Filling's fine French Calf and imported Cordovan shoes are too well known by the good dressers of Lo gansport and vicinity to require much comment. Suffice it to say that they fl.re tbe latest styles and quality — the best that money and experience can secure, and have always retailed from §0 to AT per pair. Bat for this Spring,and to thoroughly advertise these goods, we will sell all hic;li grade shoes such as Imported Patent Calf. Russian Calf, Cordovan, &;., at §5 per pair for choice. Will also give *2 worth of shine j free with each pair. Why wear ordinary $5 shoes when Pilling will sell yon choice of these ~T~T" shoes for a ...................... y All persons having paid me $G or{7 for shoes since February this year will kindly report same and receive due bill for the difference between £5 and the price paid, •il2| Broad way. Care should be taken to fit your feet properly. The best dressed men in Logansport bay their shoes of Pilling tbe Shoe Man. He has all sizes from a to e. P P P P P.— you know the meaning of tbe foregoing. sorvative offer. Choice of any suit or overcoat in Otto's store for $9 50, or cheaper suite for*3 9S. Think of it! Trinity Guild will meet at tho residence of Mrs. S. A 'Vaughn this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Chas. Gharis has bien appointed on the fire department in place of Dan Gorman resigned. Contractor Medland has the brick on the ground for Iho new St. Vincent school building, and work will soon 'be begun. The number of people taking pa* in tbe parade Sunday morning iro\ Si. Bridget's hall to tbe church was estimated at five hundred. Senator M. W. Collett was yester daj appointed executor of tho estate of the late Robert Dj.l/.ell. His bond is placed at $5,000. There will bo quite a delegation of Knights of Pythias of this city start '• this morning for Lilayene to attend the district Pythian meeting. A pluasant birthday surprise party was givea by friends of Mrs. Gus Rock of tho South Side, in honor of. that lady'n birthday Sunday. Three hundred have signed the pledge a. Back Stanley's temperance meeting at Crown Point. The meetings are crowded every night. The Junior C. E, society of ito Christian church will give an entertainment tocight at tho Jfinth street church. A small admission fee will be charged. Mr. B. F. Keeslirg desires us t publish the following extract from .a letter of Charles M, Gutfeld, of Reedley, Fresno Co., Cal., as he handles the remedy referred to and wantB hia customers to know what a splendid medicine it is: "It ie with pleasure I tell you that „ by cne day's use of Chamberlain's Cough remedy I was relieved of a very severe cold. My head was completely stopped up and I could not Bleep night. I can recommend thia dy." A cold nearly always starts,in the bead and afterwards extends to.,.• tbe throat and lunge. By using this remedy freely as soon aa the cold hai been contracted it will cure the cold at once and prevent It from extending : ,o the lungf. '

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