Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 20, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 20, 1895
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Star Drylood Store Lafayette, Ini~' * Golden Rule Dpooi Boise Lopsport, liid. Two Stocks In One. Must be Sold. Three Lots of Children's Cloaks! LOT No. 1. Choice entire lot of Children's Cloaks up to $3.OO r ONLY 48c. LOT NO. 2. Choice of Children's Edderdown Embroidered Cashmere and Fine Cloth Cloaks, worth us to $6.00, ONLY $1.98. LOT NO. 3. All other Children's Cloahs not enumerated in Lots I and 2, worth up to $12.00, ONLY $2.25. Golden Rule Dry Goods Store. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W.D.CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. 2nd Floor, Justice Block. FOGLESONG BROS. Undertakers and !'•' &•-• &. Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Nijhfc. Phone No 90. ___ For Men's Shoes ;SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. WALKER & RttUOH 420 Broadway. A SMALL WEST SIDE BLAZE. „.-., Gepplnaer's C'W Factory on ! F*att Street uentroyeA by FIr« A»bedonPratt street, the West .. 'Me, occupied by Jacob Gepplnger, *ecl£*r maker as a factory, was . mrnod to the ground early last oven- «g. The department was called from • jo* Nu. 24, and saved surrounding Sftildlnga from destruction. The origin of the flre was not learned. The IfcM on the building will probably foot up-ftbout *300. Mr. Gepplnger was : 9wned out about a year ago at the '•me-place. ' THEY PASSED RESOLUTIONS. he XawyeiN of C»»» County P«y • Trlbnto to »*« Memory of T. C. absolutions were yesterday drawn *>y D - H - Chase, S. T. MoCounell . B. Lwselle, and adopted by She Cass county bar. as a tribute to lale Thurman C. Annabal, who been a member of the bar several ago. Tho resolutions wero placed on record. The mem- of the bur will attond the funeral Death c,OI<mc» The death of Moa.ea Slaybaugh oo ourred l<»*t n'ght at 7:15 o'clock after & short lllo^v HewfwTS. His principal illneee was the weakness resulting from o!d age. The death occurred at the homo of J. P. Slaybaugh. a ha!f- brother. The funeral will be announced tomorrow. The deceased was born in Adams county, Ohio, and had lived In Indiana 40 years though he had resided in Logansport but ft short time, He was a shoemaker by trade. He leaves one son, who at present lives in Chicago, and who has been aotlflad of his sad death. He Makes m Denial. 0. S. White, the Insurance man, who has been charged with embezzlement by a superintendent for the Prudential Life Insurance company In Illinois, recently published a card in the Kokomo Tribune, in which he stated his arrest on the alleged charge was « blackmailing scheme He most emphatically denies his guilt. Will Trarel Wirhn Show. Sam Smith, Charles Kebel and Harry West will travel with the Slpe & Dolman dog and pony show. The show will start out from Kokomo April 16th. JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20 The city council will meet tonight Attend the Bee Hive's cape opening today. See the new laces just opened at the Trade Palace For Rent— Two sleeping rooms. Inquire ai this office, Ben Fisher, the druggist, will save you money on paints. Tae case of Max Jennings vs. A. C, Baroelt is set for today. Read Golden Rule's advertisement- about children's cloaks. The schools at Galveston closed a profitable term last Friday. Spring capes at the lowest price ever named— Trade Palace. Our mualin underwear for spring has arrived— The Beo Hive. The beet baking powder in .the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. List day of the grand success, our special underwear sale — Trade Palace. Wm Bopp has been slated for an alleged violation of the screen ordinance. The work of excavating for the new St. Vincent school building has been begun. Joseph McKfnsey now has a fire Insurance office in the office of J. T. McNary. Raad our adertiaemeot on children's cloake at the Golden Rule— W. D. Pratt, Trustee. The marriage of Ed Smyser -and Miss Alice Rost will occur at Richmond April 3d. The Rose Coghln Jacompany was in the city yesterday morning for a few hours en joute for Chicago. Plans are In preparation for the new buildings to be erected at the Long Caff hospital for the insane. A young son of Allen McClain of Adams township, died Saturday with the measles, and wae buried Sunday. The Ladles' Auxiliary to the O- R. C., served supper at the home of Mr». Rid die on Railroad street Jast night. The ladles of the Christian church will hold asocial at the residence of Rev. T. S. Freeman Friday evening- The Rutledge hotel at Charleston, W Va., has been purchased by Geo. 0. Taylor and Fred Van Orman, for. merly proprietors of the Murdock Hotel in this city. . YOUR NAME IN PRINT. ItCiiiM or u. Personal Character Con- ccriiliiit JjOffinsporters and Their FrleiidH. In the city yesterday: 0. P. Wand of Walton. ThOB. Cary of Wabash. J. E. Miller of Mexico.' W. H. Watts of Pulaaki. Clay Mullen of Marlon. O, C. Cook of Kewanna. •: Frank Leeee of Camden. D. E. Light of Winamao. Geo. Hurd of Big Indian. W. L. Bolts of Star City. Marlon Hanna of Idaville. Geo. Shaffer of Monticello. \ John Flnan, jr., of Elwood. M. D. Theibaud of Anderson. ; A. R. Woods, W. Phillips and B. F. Harness of Kokomo. .Jesse Taber was in Kouts yesterday. A. L, Alexander is at Rockvlile, Ind. Henry Thornton went to Indianapolis yesterday. Gua Day has gone to Decatur, 111., on business. Jesse Taber ie shooting ducks at English Lake. John.Coyle of Peru was here yester day on business. Theodore Lorlng is visiting friends in North Judson. Mrs. Margaret Sala is visiting friends in Chicago. J. B. Skinner was at Indianapolis yesterday on business. Harry S Elliott was at Frankfort on business yesterday. Mies Kate Hooley is visiting her sister in Marshall, Mich. G. W. Palmer and Frank Medland are at St. Louis on business. Mrs. Frank A Mans of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs. S. P. Sbeerln Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraua are at Chicago attending the grand opera. Mies Bridget Sturnbaugh, of Mar« ion, is in the city visiting her parents Mies Stella Davidson of Goodland, is the guest of Miss Emma Cornwell In the city. Mrs. Dr. Crowley has been called to Terre Haute by the sickness of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Snaggs of Kewaena are in the city visiting friends and relatives, Murlllo Barry is here fr om Galveston, where he attended school during the winter. James Snyder has again located In Loeansport, having disposed of his property at Jollet, III. Mr..and Mrs. D M. Pritohard leave today for- Boulder, Colorado, where they Intend making their home. Miss Grace Collett will spend the summer with relatives at' Dayton, O., and will leave shortly for that city. Miss Lana Heln. after a short visit with the family of Fred Bleiok In the city, has returned to her home at Headlee. J. F. Brennan, an ex-druggist, formerly located on Twelfth street, has gone to Indianapolis to go into the real estate business. Mrs. W. B. Wiler, Mrs. Anna Taber, the Misses Rogers. Nelson, Elliott acd Brlngburst are attending the grand opera in Chicago this week. Mr. BDd Mrs. George Schneider will (start to Germany about April 1st, and will remain three weeks. William Burgman is preparing to accompany them. REMOVAL SALE! We are now Occupying the New Fashion Store! 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 Hats, Don't fail to attend this Removal Sale, \^>W$ HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURB. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. On the Sick List Mra. J. W. Frobmeyer is recovering from a severe sickness. Mtsa Tlllie Gratb. is said to be Improving from a severe attack of lagrlppe. Officer George Houghton who has been sick for a week, ia again able to be on duty. Mrs. Chas. Mancourt ia unable to leave her bed on account Of nervous prostration. Dr. J. A. Crowley. (ho druggist, of the West Side, was suddenly taken severely sick Sunday, but is now said to be much batter. A Straw Stuck Burned. A straw stack on the farm of David Heekard in Noble township, was fired Monday night, and the family bad to remain awake all night to keep the blaze from destroying the barn which was only thirty feet distant from the blazing stack. Fined For Provoke. James Adams was Saturday fined the usual amount for provoke upon Mrs. EmmaFoy of High street. GENTLEMEN, A BID FOR TRADE. •Gaud97 Shoe* S3. Including **.OO Worth of Shine*. Filling's fine French Calf and imported Cordovan shoes are too well known by the good dressers of Logansport and vicinity to require much comment. Suffice it to say that they are the latest styles and quality—the best that money and experience can secure, and have always retailed from $6 to $7 per pair. But for this Spnng.and to thoroughly advertise these goods, we will sell all high grade shoes such as Ini- ported Patent Calf. Russian Calf, Cordovan, &«., at f» par pair for choice. Will also give $2 worth of shines free with each pair, why wear ordinary $5 shoes when Pilling will sell you choice of these ~V7" shoes for a if All persons having paid me $6 or$7 for shoes since February this year •will'kiQdly report same and receive due bill for the difference between $5 and the price paid. Lrxc "V 412 Broadway. Care should be taken to fit your feet properly. The best dressed men in Logansport bny their shoes of Pilling the Shoe Mao, He has all sizes from a to e. P P P P P.—you tnow the meaning of the foregoing. Attend the Bee Hive's d real goods opening today. See the new • dress trimmings jutt opened at the Trade Palace. Her Majesty corsets at 50 cents oa the dollar at the Trade Palace. Headquarters for paints, oils and varnish, at Bon Fisher's drug store. New feather boas worth $2, only 50 cents each this week—Trade Palace. Once tried always ueed, Ben Fisher'* baking powder and extract of vanilla. We call your attention to oar silks for 38, 59 and 65 cents. Beautiful . things for waists—The Bee Hive. A steel ceiling is being put In the room in the Ross building, formerly occupied by W. H. Brown the shoe man. The last verdict returned 'by the late petit jury was a finding for the ~" defendant in the case of Wharfield vi X, Wilsie. The will of the l8\e. Michael Reed was yesterday admitted to probate. Jacob A. and Oliver Reed are named as executors. The case Of Lsrry Dooley, charged with assault and battery, came up last evening in the court o! 'Squire Klstler at Royal Center. A company of friends was entertained by Miss Ella Moore Monday flight at her home southwest of tb« city. It was her birthday. The subject of D. P. Bald win's Ulk at the social of the railroad Y. M. C. A. rooms this evening has been changed to "How to Become Rich." The High street residence of H. S. Tousley Is to be adorned by a fine stone and brick porch, for which plans are now being prepared. The Junior C. E. members of the Christian church gave a pleaiint nickel entertainment at the church last night, which was well patronized. A social was given last night at the home of Ira Miller at No. 922 Broadway, by the ladles of the Baptist church. There was a good attend, ance. A boree belonging to Michael Ellison was rescued yesterday from a watery grave in the water works race, where the animal had accident. |5 ally fallen. ^ Special Today—Oae lot of corset covers slightly soiled by 'the large crowds during the sale, worth 50 and 75 cents; your choice only 25 cents— Trade Palace.

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