Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 30, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 30, 1895
Page 8
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We Can Save You Money We offer special inducements in Dress Goods and linings. jer. Less Than Cost! Table Linens in Ttrkey Red, German half bleached and genuine Irish linen—grass bleached—at less than cost of importation. THE, TWO STOCKS, The "Star" of Lafayette and Golden Rule. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. IOCK NAME IS PRINT. Hems or a I*er8onal_Character Con-] cernluft I>OK«nHporters.and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: J. E. TjrEon of Hoover, S. W. Patty of Kewana. L. S, Smith of Plymouth. W. F. Scott of Alexandria. C. W. Pritchard of Kokomo. E. E. Brookmiller of Butler. John L. Burton and Charles Jackson and wife of Winamac. T. Tharp, J. S. Ludlum, C. W. Heal, Frank Brosler, Thoe. McCarty and Sol Allman of Marion. Mra. E. A. Elston, F. J. Carmlns, Mrs. H. D. Howell, Mrs, G. W. Kalston and M, J. Leiter of Kewanna. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers ; rf 5 i^'^p-J' And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Oalla Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht. Phone Sc, 99. JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 80 Oranges lOc a dozen at Foley's. Kooms for Rent— rHarry Frank. Catsup, 7c per bottle at Foloy's. To" Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher, a son. Smoked herring 15c a box at FoleyV. Try Rothermel's Mocha and Java joifoo. A- oJco wrapper for 59 cents at ibe Bee Hivo. .Did you take advantage of Foley's apeclal $3 offer? Too L. L of L. met last night with Sifts -Nona Hagenbuck. Last- chance of choice of Otto's amijst suits today at |9,50. Plenty lettuce, cauliflower, spinach »nd radishes, at Kothermel'a. Juat received, 100 new capos for today's. special- sale — Trade Palace. Tou have choice of Otto's sutta today at 19.50. but it's your last chance. TKa bif safe of Geo. B. Forgy waa atfatTy opened yesterday by an expert Huntley-BUby Co, begins Monday rslgh.t. Prlcoe 10, 20, SO. Sale begins Ah morning. The base ball park has heen put In ijood shape and repairs on the fence •will begin at once. One hundred new capes direct from •fee manufacturer for today's special «alo — Trade Palace. - Seats will go lively today ,for Mom Jay night. One lady free for the Biinxley-BI-xby Co. Those beautiful Easter eggs are ?Mfre. Gratli to customers whose pur. •haae e quail 50 oenU — Fox & Dunkel- Everybody had a chance; Otto continued bi« remakable offer to a* to givo everybody a chaics. This la the test day. John McGregor 1* filling the poai- ••fen of Kirk Schwartz of the Vendome Mitaurant, the Utter having resigned Ifcursday. Tickets on sale today lor Monday sight'* performance by the Huntley. aixby Co. One lady admitted free If accompanied by one 30 cent paid to secure hor for five additional lectures. Gonl'a furnishing' goodso( all kinds at the Bee Hive. Col. Kreuzbergor continuea steadily on the mond. Try J. J. R. Diadem patent flour, 520 Broadway. Olio's romarkablo auit and overcoat sale closes today. Foley'fl $3—Tho biggest thing evor offered in groceries. Boys' pointed toe ahoes all stylos, at Murdook's shoe store. Made its mark—Stevenson & Kiln- slck'e 95 cent dross shoe. Ladies' Dalieth slippers, the latest out, at Murdochs shoe store. Call at Murdock's Market street shoe store for children's shoes. M. J. Bllgh did not go to Chicago as stated in yesterday's Journal. We are positive we can save you money oa shoes—Stevenson & Klin- siok. Shirt waists that (it and shirt waists with style from 50o up, at the Bee Hive. See our ailk and velvet capes $7 and flO, for today's special sale—Trade Palace. The railroad Y. M. C. A. meeting will be conducted by some one attend, ing the conference David Phillips of Walton died yes. terday at his home. Ha will be burled tomorrow. Get out of the notion that you must pay $5 for shoes when Stevenson & Kllnslck sell them for |3. Most level headed men carry their heads In one of our hats—Fisher, Hatirr and Furnisher. Never were such prime suits offered before at ridiculous low prices as dur- cent—Fisher, the popular priced hatter. To Mr. and Mrs, J. \V. Schneider of Burneuaville, a' son. ^Foster, Paul & Go's guaranteed kid gloves at the Bee Hive. Right and reasonable—Stevenson & E!lnsicl£''3 stylUh shoes. Once tried always used, Ben Fisher's baking powcler and extract of vanilla. It, will pay you to see Murdock's new line of shoes. Cheaper than ever. Handsome crepona. grenadines and pelisses opened for today's trade at the Beo Hive. We have a handsome display of Wedgwood ware in our west window. See it!—Fox & Dunkelberg. Ur. J, H. Shultz 1 rooms are open for diseases of the noae, ear and throat, 412 Fourth street. Men's suits $5, boys' loog pants suits $3, children's suits 9Se, during Harry Frank's stay at Fashion store. An elegant dress pattern with all trimmings for $5, is the talk of the town. Some handsome things today— The Bee Hive. Owing that our store room is not completed !n time, we will, slaughter prices as they were never slaughtered before, to save trouble o! removing them—Harry Frank. What IN the Work }ot the Hldueyal To remove from the blood its impurities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustain* log life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood in the body goes through the kidneys every , three minutes, and if these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system is poisoned. Therefore, "San Jak" is the indicated blood remedy. »rvou« Debility. Every person having nervous debility, organic weakness, or failing mem* ory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found In "San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. MODEL 40. Price, $rOO, Weight 211-3 Pounds, It la laid that »aw§ were recently noured in this city by *n alleged jail breaker of Marlon, who had arranged fcrpai* the instrument! in to convicted xwn within, and a delivery was to be affected. The outilde man "peached." Lafayette Courier: The first course of five lecture*, delivered bv Mil* Jtedarl* of Logansport, on kindergarten philosophy and methods, hat lately keen completed. , They were so Sifhly appreciated by all who littened •toahem, that an effort !• being made ing Harry Frank's removal sale, For the April term of court 91 State oases, 146 civil .cases and 61 probate cases are on the docket. The new- term opens Monday. Today at the central building, occurs the regular monthly examination of school teachers, conducted by Superintended Gardner. Last night the Johnston houie bar wai reopened by 'its new proprietor, W. H. Moore. The Mandolin orohe*. tra furnished the music. Acute and chronic catarrh, diseases of the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Most stylish children's suit* of Harry Frank's own make, S to 15 years, 58c and up at slaughtering prices during our stay at the Fashion store. Hats for men and boys—Every new and fashionable shape and color are here for iprlcg, and every-hat bought from ut means a taring of 3J per Columbia Model 40 Is the finest e i ample of light and high-grade bicycle construction ever put out foKthe general use of the great riding public. • . It has had devoted to it unstint- inglv the best efforts and the ripest ideas of an establishment which Is universally recognized as leading the. world in this industry, and having few equals in mechanical and mercantile standing in any other branch of trade. We warrant every Columbia bloy- cle to be free from imperfections in material or manufacture, and agree with the purchaser to make good, oy repair or replacement, at oar factory at any time within one year from the date of purchase, any defects hot caused by misuse or neglect; provided that the factory serial number on the machine be present intact, ax i that all defective parts be referred to us before the claim for repair or replacement is allowed. . The production of a new model draws upon the resources of a group of designers and invantors whose experience and judgments .are'.devoted solely to our requirement*. | Prioes $50, |60, $80 and $!••.. The H F Brlgga and wife are at Garrett | Lewis Beaa, the druggist, has returned. Robert Carroll wai at Chicago yesterday. Max Fisher and wife are at Chicago or a visit. Mrs. William Gregg will spend Sunday ia RockSeld. Mrs. Harry Harris has returned from South Bend. MU6 Nettle Pelton retureed from Chicago last evening. Ml.tis Maggie Charter of. Peru is the guest of. Mrs. Mary Long. Ed Lotz and Ham Harris have returned from South Band. Mrs. F;amo Love of Marion is visit- Ing friends in Loganeport, OllieCummings was atWinamac yesterday morning on business. Horace Knowltoa is home from Purdue on a short vacation. Mi-3. Mary Fitch and daughter, are' at preset)t In TBmpa, Florida. Miss Mattie Friend of Forrest, 111., ia visiting Loganeport friends. Mrs. George Davis and children of Kokomo, are in the city visiting. Michael Ryan, late of Carroll county has recently located in Logansport. Mrs. N. G, Scott has returned from Springfield, Ohio, after a long visit. Tom Griffin ot Lafayette was the guest of friends In the city yesterday. Mra, Dr. J, 3. Talbott and son have returned to their home at Indianapolis. Mrs. Frank Chance and daughter of PIqua O., are visiting Mrs E J. Carroll. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pratt are at Chicago this week attending 1 the grand opera. J, W. Black and wife of Twelve Mile are visiting Edward Black, court bailiff. E. J. Dibble and family of Nebraska are in the city. They expect to reside here permanently. Miss Allle Pollard came over yes- tarday from Delphi, to visit Mlss.Belle Evans in the city, Mrs. W. F. Chile of Indianapolis, is the gueat of her daughter, Mrs. Cora Berry, In the city. Mrs. Will Molntire and Mrs. John Wilson of Mario a are the guests of friends in the city. C. W. Stewart of Lafayette, superintendent of the Prudential Life Insurance company, was here yesterday on business. Jacob Hauk of ,Dayton, Ohio, who has been visiting his nephew, D. A. Hauk for several days returned home yesterday. Miss Minnie Rosenthal of Toledo, Ohio, who has been a guest of her alster, Mrs. J, Herz returned to her home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George Austin have gone to their home in Ohio after visiting the family of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Taylor in the city. J. E. Layton, who will graduate this summer from the State Normal college at ferre Haute, 1* here to ipend the spring vacation. Mrs. J. H. Adams of Spokane, Wash., a sister ot Mr*. D. P. Putnam, was here yesterday for a few hours on her way to Indianapolis to vliit her .mother. T. J. Legg le attending the semiannual convention of the Christian churches of Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Madlion and Marion oountle* at Noblesville. F. E. Shreve, traveling collector for the Carothen publishing' company of Toledo, Ohio, wa* in the city yeiter. day. It..WAS thl* compaiy that employed Harvey Tulley.who ha* been aoouied of eloping with a Lojrantport man'* wife; and who has not yet appeared to proclaim hi* innocence. All the leading makes BeantiM Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings -® AT 4\& Market St. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WflLKER 6c Rf\UOH Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. FRESH FISH! If you want a fine fresh PISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, -TELEPHONE 172.- A fine variety of fresh, lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extra charge. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings. Novelties all in waiting: for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 110 BROADWAY. Sk« b Among remedie* for complaint* peculiar, to women,' nothing equal* Zoa- A J, AUCO «p*/Vj ^VJW) ^OU UiUVA ^XWi .,.*«*« i . ~ ~ place to buy a Columbia wheel iaPil-|Ptoorm.. Sold by B. F. KeeiUng and ling's ishoe kbnse, 413 Broadway, i - iCoulion A Co:' ; " • " See The Specialists For cnronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that ha« given wonderful remit*. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Long Trouble* gets the remedies to the diseased spots and caret whei everything else fail*. Call acd investigate anyway. It eoiU you nothing for consultation. Drs. Cnristoptier & Longenecker, At.Tte Medical and Suroical:Insdmte. 417 Market St, - - Logansport. Ind.

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