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

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 2, 1895
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" .':••:•...'• •'• •;... ' . '. ''.'.••••:..•'.. ' ' '• '.•'-.• •..',.. '' ' '-^k.' •'..':'• ' ."•• 'il" I" :" '• '-'' ' -.: ' ; '• ' • -• • • . .'" • ' ', .'• ••;.:' - • ,'• V/;'^ 1 : 1 -???^^?"^ Do You Care To Save Money On Your Spring Dress Remember the two stocks of Dry Goods must be closed •_ at a great sacrifice. ^^.^ We are making big reductions on all Dress Goods, RuleDry Goods Store W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOGLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Ratal! Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Promptly Attended to Day or JSTijht. Phone No »9. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS fb be Found in the City at W K D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2dd Floor. Justice Block. DAILY JOURNAL. Sealed Proposals, To furnish supplies Tor the JCrthern Indiana Hospital for Insane, For tne Montli of May, 1895, «ni lx> received by the Bonrd of Trustees, at tb« MKiltftl. until a o'clock M., on Tuesday. Mill 12th. 1806. See Specifications In State JfciionHl Bank. By order of the Board. Long Cliff, Logansport, Ind., April 1st 189a J. G.ROGERS, Medical Supt bAT"» «MPKRA HOUSE. a B. PATTKBSON. ONE WEEK Monday April, 1st. —THE— 10NTLEY-BIXBY COMEDY COMPANY. IB a Repertoire of Popular Play* . »et Camedjr Hunted Down! OB THE GIANT. auweolbUlnlchUT. jr«w sad catchy upedal- •M. Moodw evening, one lady admitted tree MU f»eh 30c ticket Ifcpalw Prlwt-Jt, 20 and 3* cenU. AH persons are hereby notified not 4» credit any perton whatsoever who obtain goods on my name. JOHX CONRADT. •If. Friedman, celebrated his 18th (^Hhday yesterday. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2. - -^^^_^^ J _^^^^^ M ^ •••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•" ~" ^^ ToMr.aadMra. Chas. Brown, a daughter. ..Natural gas bills for April now due and payable. Next Monday the new petit jury wll report for duty. The condition of Geo. Immel Is slightly Improved. C. B. Lasaolle has bean retained as probate commissioner. Read the description of Otto's 50 cent unlaundrlod shirt. Manager Keller of the Murdook served 117 dinners Sunday. Will Burgess has accepted a position with Hale & Statesman In Peru. To Mr. and Mrs. George L. Rloketts of No. 1815 Broadway, a daughter. Arthur Baker has resigned hli position at D. A, Hank's jewelry store. The grand jury will begin work today. John A. Murphy Is the bailiff. There's always a big saving to the consumer that reads Otto's advertise meat. A Sabbath school will be organized next Sunday at the North Side U. B. church. Mlsi Gertrude Murdook of Market street, entertained friends Saturday night at tea. For Sale—Cow and calf. Inquire at 1125 Market street, before 8 a. m or after 5 p. m. All the new Easter novelties, Trilby bonnet, Napoleon hat, etc., at Mrs. Potter's, 517 Broadway. h* ernnnd floor office formerly occupied !>.\ GiO. 8 Forgy on Fourth •treet will be takea by Attorney D. H. Chase. J*r. J. H. Shultz' rooms are open for the treatment of diseases of the noie. ear and throat, 412 Fourth •treet. 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, Methodist ministers and their friends and the many strangers who were here last week attend Ing confer, ence, filled the out-going trains yei- terday. E. A. Stewart, who hat been attending lectures at the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati hai returned to Logansport and will spend his vacation at his old post as foreman of the Jour, nal composing room*. Ferd Borges is building 85 box •tails at the Eel River B tables. If you have a horse to board you had better examine them before consigning It to a stall so small that it cannot lay down with comfort. Stalls are 10x14 J feet. No additional charge. TOUR SAME IN PHINT. Hems or a Personal Character Con- cernlnc ioir»n»»l>ortcr» and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: John Lohse of Koox. B H Maple of Mexico. Henry Hauk of Wabish. Marlon Hanna, Idavllle. H 8 Off en of Montlcello. M H Ruby of Winchester. L E Knox of Woloottvllle. Mrs W H Watts of Pulaakl. GN Bishop, jr., of Walton. William Hunter of Young America. L C Humston and W G Perry of Goodland. William D Parr and Hermin Finch ofKokomo. C H Glaza, W E Sbrowhover, Mr and Mrs Wm Mclnttre of Marion. Will Stora of Detroit was In the city Sunday. Hirry Bile has gone to Denver, Col., to locate. George Moore of Lafayette ia la the city for a visit. Sohuyler Myers is at Grand Rapids', Mich., on business. ; Fred Goodall of Peru spent Sunday with Harry McSheehy. Go see if you can't get a present to- nipht at the opera house. Fred E ward of Converse was here yesterday calling on friends. Mrs. Miller of Muncle Is the gueet of Mr. aad Mrs. Charles Bundy. Miss Edith Skinner hag gone to Reynolds, Ind., to take a position. Misa Mary Rogers has returned from a tw o weeks' visit at Chicago. Mrs. John B. Wilkln went to Lafayette yesterday to visit with relatives. E. R Riser and wife of Mlllgrove, Ohio, are visiting J. C, Kelso this week. Miss Grace Waltz of Marlon was for several days last week a guest of Mrs J. C. Howe. George Grines is visiting hii parents In Pulaski county, and will remain a week. Attorney Gao. E. Meyers of Marlon was in the oily yesterday on his way home from Delphi. The Rev. F. P. Overmeyer came In yesterday from Galvealon for a short stay with friends. • Lino Dllery started out yeiterday in the interests of S. W. Cilery & SOD, the hardware firm. The Rev. C. A. Spitler entertained his brother H. E. Spitler of Plymouth, [nd., over Sunday. Marshal Sedatn and Earl Chappelpw returned to Crawfordsvllle yesterday after a short vacation. Rev. Sohofield of Hammond joined l wife and family who are guests of John Gray in this city. Go see the Black Flag at the opera house tonight. A present to be given away worth five dollars. Cy Farrell leaves Uday for ML lemons. Mich., where he will take a course of treatment for rheumatism. J. H. Cragaa and daughter, MlM i»ura of Greentown, were entertained aat week by C. J. Cragan and family. Frank Jones of the Marlon Chronicle, accompanied by his mother, was n the city Sunday, the guest of rleods. Mrs. Jennie Melllngton and Mils Altle Bigam of Elkhart, are the guests if Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Needham of Sycamore street. Harry Miller of Peru, was in the city visiting friends Saturday and •unday. Mr. Miller Is a musician of State reputation, having traveled with the Apollo quartette of DePauw University several seasons. Mlse Alice Morrow of Marion, was the guest of Mies Carrie Swadener Monday. George Cheney, who now has an office at No. 25 'West Washington street, Indianapolis, was in the city Sunday. Harry Neal of Marlon, a son of the Rev. T. C. Neal, statistical secretary of the late conference, is visiting friends here this week. Mrs Jack Baker of New Castle, Ind., Ind., who has been for some time the guest of Mrs. Charles Bundy of the East End, returned home yeiterday. C: L. Weaver of Indlanapolit, State secretary of the Indiana Sunday School Unlor, was the guest of the local secretary, Miss Christine Market Sunday. Misses Anna Corbett, Celia Kiley Nellie Klley, Mollie, Nettie and Kat CacceroD, and Maude Boswell, o Marion, were the quests of the MUse Mollie and Anna Morgan in the oit; Sunday, Ed Smith c&me over Sunday from Marlon, and returned with his mother Mrs.D. E. Wilson, who was the gues of Mr. and Mrs. Staple'.on on Broad way. Mr. Smith was lormerly located in Logansport and is well known here. WORKING (Hi THE WALL Tho HberlfT Find* JtrUence of Attempt to Break Jail. Sheriff Homburg has uncovered another beginning of an attempt at i general jail delivery. A number o iron bars, torn from a bed stead, were found secreted in a tick Sunday morn, ing, and on the south wall of the jal was found an iron plate on wbichjwork bad been done with the effective tools, the plate being almost torn from its place. The prisoners in the Case county jail are a more than ordinarily indui* triouB eel of men. Al the Opera Honae. The Huntley-Blxby dramatic com. pany appeared last night at the opera bouse before a good audience in the drama "Hunted Down." Considering the low prices tho company gave a creditable performance and judging from the liberal applause the audience was well pleased. A rooking chair worth five dollars was presented to H R, Minthorn. The same company will appear each night this week in different plays and some member o the audience will receive a preeen each evening. Dr. 3lorrl» Tulkn to MCU. The lecture "Tbe Mask Taken off delivered Sunday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church to men only, was heard by an audience that completely filled the big church. Dr. Morris gave an earnest talk on Social Purity. He handled his subject in a plaiu, straightforward convincing manner. The iodern W»y Commends Itself to the well-informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man. ner and disagreeably as well. To clennso the system and break up colds headahohes and fevers without unpleas ant after effects, use the delightful 11. quid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. The AtmOHpi«re of lore Is a purs, sweet breath. This desi deratum is one of the results of using ZOZODONT, which not only invigorates and preserves the teeth, but ren ders the mouth as fragrant as a rose. EASTER SCNDAT. The Day .For New Frock*, New Bonnets and Especially New Shoes. How many times we have all heard these words—"I want a new froek, a new hat, and of all things I m»st hav» a nice new pair of stylish ehoes for Easter. Of course it is the one day of days, that every man, •woman and child feels it their duty to wear the very nicest apparel, and do you know, that.no matter how. nice the dress or new Buit, unless the feet are dressed accordingly, the eflfeit is spoiled. New frock and old shoes—draw the the picture for yourself, and now I will tell you where yon can flni just the kind" of shoes you want. The place where yon always find the latest styles and the prices are so reasonable that you will smile and wonder why you did not go there first instead of looking all over town. And do you know Lincoln Pilliag has by far the nicest line ol men's and ladies' low shoes ever §een in this city and prices to suit all—75c to $1 He .'is offering special inducements for your trade. Pflling sells Columbia Bicycles also; they are too well known to need MHO h comment. Filling's Shoe House, 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stifi and Soft Hf\TS. All the leading makes. • •3 Beautiful 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 WfVLKER & RflUGH Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. FRESH FISH! If you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, TEL.EPHONB 172. A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. W e 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. PIERGE, THE TAILOR. S1O See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that bM given wonderf ul results. . T * Don't fonret that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Long fc Troubles Rets the remedies to the diseased spots and cores wncm " everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It eosti you nothing for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, Medical and Surglcalllnstttate. 417 Market St, e-CZS:- Logansport. Ind.

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