Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 4, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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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. Golden RuleDry Goods-Store W. D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In JFURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. {Jails Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE 9 OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. Multiply Your Wealth! through rending our P1AN or SUCCESSFUL HFECC- I,ATION IX INVESTMENT SE- C1IH1TIKI*. One illustrated Pamphlets and Dally Market Tettat nmllotl tree on application, reveal the S^crt? o?QiilcWj• Accumlrtlng Grains from operations In Wull Street, Lar*o front* Have Hewardc* On* Patron*. Stocks, Bonds. Grain, Provision* and Cotton borwht nnd sold tor cash or on a margin of a to 5 P<<r COMMISSION, 1-in PER CENT. Write us and Le»r.i. HljtifMt Reference. Established 1S8& Incorporated IsM. Consolidated Stock and Produce Company. JO New, X Broi«i St NEW YORK. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attontlon'glven to N"os«, Lana, tnd Chronic Disease*. Office und Residence oret State National Bank. Bonn 10 «o 12 . m.. 2 to* p. m.,-and7 to 8 p.m. All mils promptlj attended. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cotfewes ForSftle. Wanted Lot* and Acres For Sale. Wanted Small r»rnn For Bale. Wanted Bualrseia Blocks For Sale, wanted to EichaujB Farms for City Property. Wanted Merchandise W Tride)£or T»rm». PDRK33 M. M. GORDON. Sprf Block LORaniport, Indiana. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DR. F. M. BOZKR'9 DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National iBank, Logansport, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY HORNING APRIL 4 Natural gas bllla (or April now due and payable. The Lotus club will give a dance Friday after Easter. A 75 cent waist lor 49 cents today at.the Trade Palace. The city building has been wired lor the city's electric lights. Each Thursday the Home lor the Friendless is open to visitors. The Rev. J. C. Kn'f man as removed to No. 406 West Market street. Dr. J. B. Shult/ received yesterday a fine saddle horse purchased by him In Chicago Plenty of capes, waists and skirts, and our prices always the lowest at the Trade Palace. James Cunningham of the North Side, entertained friends very pleas, antly Tuesday night. Jack Brown, the cigar maker, has been sentenced to twelve days In jail for alleged drunkenness. The Maxlnkuokee Ice Co. has removed Its headquarters from No. 417 Broadway to No. 511 Broadway, C. W. Flsk has token posseislon of his new office, No. 208 Fourth street, In the Baldwin-Thornton building. A suit to quiet title to a piece of West Side real estate has been begun by Q. A. Myers against Milton Shirk and others. Acute and chronic catarrh, diseases of the throat and ear treated by Dr: J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. 9t- floe hours, 9toll a. m.^and 1 to 4 p. m. The funeral of Htzel May Woodllng the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodling, will be held today at 1 p. m., at the Seven Mile church. Burial will be made at the Hahn cemetery. The "Little Casino" baseball ichedule for 1895, of the National Lwgue and American Association haa been received at this office. "Llttl« Casino" li published by Emll Grow, man *Co., of Cleveland,Ohio, and the cost of the handy little volume is ten cents. Spald Ing's Official Base Ball Guide for 1S95 li out today. The Guide la edited byathe veteran Henry Chadwick, and is the most valuable statistical book and reference guide ever issued. This year's book is larger than ever, and contains 21 half-tone page pictures of all the leading base ball teams of the country. The new rules are published in Bfull. Thia year's Guide should be in the hands of all the cranks. Price, 10 cents, from I any newsdealer. DYNAMITE DID IT. Herman Stern Injured by a Fifing Fragment of • Blamed Slump-Ill*! Collar Bone Broken. At his farm north of the city, Herman Stern 'of Logansport was yesterday morning badly injured. He was overseeing the blasting of stumps on his land, and did .not properly oalcu- late the distance that would place him beyond the reach of the flying frag, ments of wool. A large missile, hurled with terrible force from a con- slderable distance, struck Mr. Stern between the shoulders, and besides the breaking of his collar bone, it was yesterday feared he had been badly hurt Internally. He was removed to his home'in the city, where he was placed under the care of Dr, J. B. Shultz. LEFT A LARGE ESTATE. Did Mlciiael Mnrphy, and • Search Is Sow Being Made 1'or a Slater, Mary. Michael Murphy, a single man, left this city a score of years ago and located at Auburn, California, where he recently died, possessed of a valuable estate. He left a married sister, but her name and whereabouts; :are unknown. Judge J. C. McGregor has received a letter of inquiry from the executor of the estate. The slater was Mary Murphy whan the late Michael Murphy laft Logansport, and his executor does not know her husband's name. Another Convention. la June the editors will meet in Lo» ganeport In annual session. The Northern Indiana Editorial Association, made up of newspaper men, Irrespective of politics, from papers In the State north of the Wabash river, will convene In the City of Bridges, and a meeting of Logansport publishers will be held at the council chamber, Tuesday, at 4 p. m . to be. gl« preparations for entertaining the "brainy" body as it should be entertained. It is said the congregation of the Church of Christ, Christian Science, is trying to purchase the Cumberland Presbyterian church property. ., EASIER SUNDAY. ThcDtilFor Kevr Frocfei, A'ew Bonnets and.Eipeci»ll7 Kew Show, How many times we hare all heard these words—"I want a new fro«k, a new hat, and of all tklngs 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 Tery nicest apparel, and do you know, that B* matter how nice the.dreis or new suit, unless? the feet are dressed accordingly, the effest is spoiled. New frock and old shoes—draw the the picture for yourself, and now. I will tell you where you can flnA jast the kind of shoes you want. The place where you always flad the latest styles and the prices »r» so reasonable that you will smil« and wonder why you did not go there- first innead of looking all over town And do you know Lincoln Pilling has by far the nicest line ol Men's and ladies' low shoes ever wen in this city and prices to suit all—Tic to $4. He;is offering special inducements for your trade. Pilling sells Columbia Bicycles also; they are too well known to need much comment. Filling's Shoe House, 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind.- YOCK NAME LN PBEKT. Items of a. 1'ersoual Charactei Concerning £>ox«nHporcem and Their Frleudf*. In the city yesterday: W. F. Bailey of Peru. E. Emery of Remington. W. R. Francis of Marlon. O. P. Harding of Kewanna. J. C. Gillian of Kendalville. B. C. Wallace of Rochester. E. F. Wagenknecht of Peru. Samuel Medbourn of Marmont. E. W. Longeoecker of Anderson. M. A. Ryan and R. C. Pollard of Delphi. J. 0. Austin, the real estate man of Gas City. George Truesdall Is here from Chicago. Mrs. J. B. Shultz is visiting at Kokomo. Ed Manes has returned from a hunt at English Lake. William Thornton is here from Chi. cago to vialt relatives. Attorney George Gamble has returned from Indianapolis. W. L. Fausett of Indianapolis Is the guest of business friends here. Mrs. William Boyer Is visiting relatives in Washington township. Mart Boone.of Beamer's restaurant, has gone to Delphi to visit relatives. Councilman Charles RIngleben has returned from a business trip to Lafayette. Mrs. R. H. Seal has returned to her home at Springfield, Ohio, after a vUlt here. J. C. Jones has gone to Toledt, Ohio, where he will remain several months remodeling a mill. Fred Davis attended the funeral of his grandfather, A. Hlldebrand, in Jefferson township yesterday. Mrs. Fred Rumpler of [Hot Springe, South Dakota, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mont Eunt of the West Side. Prof. Gentry of the Kokomo high schools was a visitor In the city yesterday Inspecting our high school. Edward Manlove of Chattanooga, Tenn., an old Logansport boy, Is ex- expected to arrive In the city in a few days. Mrs J. A. Sturgeon and daughter, and Mrs. Cy Karlln and daughter, will go to Chicago today for a short visit. Mrs. J. H. Gardner and daughter are at Camden at the bedside of Mrs. Isaac Saoeborger, Mra. Gardner's mother. Charles J. Merritof Fairbury, ID., was here Tuesday on business. He reported a heavy fall of snow In Illinois Monday night. Miss Ida Armstrong, a teacher in the schools at Peru was entertained yesterday by Miss Mame Stanley, and left last night for South Bend. Mre. Laura Shroyer has gone to her home at Mexico, Ind. She was accompanied by her niece Miss Nellie Oben. chain, who will visit for a week. Miss Stella Freeland has returned from Kekomo. She was accompanied home by Miss Mildred Scoven of that place, who will visit with her several days. E. L. Frary, Traveling Passenger Agent of the Lake Michigan and Lake Superlor^Traneportatlon Co., has been In the city for the past few days. The company which he represents owns the new steel steamship Manltou which piles tLe waters of Lake Michigan between Chicago and Mackinaw. Mr. Frary is working up business for the coming season, and thinks the prospect very favorable for considerable travel O« the Hick: U»t., • Mies Be»sie Elder Is reported ill. Andy Welch is elok at his home with lagrlppe. Mrs. Christina Homburg of the South Side Is sick. Matilda HarrUon Is recovering from an attack of lung fever. B. F. Bird of Deer Creek township has been reported quite sick. M, D. Faniler Is able to be on th» streets again after a severe selge of sickness. Mrs. Robert Rush, living four mllea «ast of the city, is reported very sick with fever. Tim Hurley, who has been for some time kept in by an injury to his leg received in a fall, ii able to be out. The AtmMphtre of LOTC la a pure, sweet breath. Thi» desideratum is one of the results of using ZOZOBONT, which not only invlgor- ates and preserves the teeth, but ren. ders the mouth aa f ratraat aa a rose. Cloak Opening At the Bee Hive annex today by one of the largest and most fashionable manufacturers of ladles' capes, suits and skirts. 3 It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft HfVTS. All the leading makes, Beantiftl Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitin AT 4\S Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN.! Tt'wlll oav vou to be particular as to whose seeds yon buy. ..I We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for thei season of 1805 and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds..! imfwhile Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some other* thev are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other < seeds exoepUhose"grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia ™r CUB- ? tomers may rely on^etting nothing but the very best. I believe that the r-nst of the seeds is not line compared to the crop, and wlien a person nas tt^nble to put onragipden. be ebonld use nothing but the very be* We handled Landreth's seeds for four yeaTs and have never heard a singlej| elmpfaint* inif act, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect | in ever particular, and as aa evidence of this fact, we have almost the en- * tfre trade of all th'e gardeners around Logansport as we as many froni ». distance Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods more, thanlenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in the occupation of seed growing. George Harrison. 617, 623 Broadway. 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. 1 PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 310 BROAJJWAV- See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases am Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that ha« ^Do'n'Tforeet that 8 their vapor treatment for all Chronic Long Troubles gets the remedies to the diseased spots and cores -w£-v everything else fails. Call acd investigate anyway. It costs ^ nothing for consultation. <$Drs. Christopher &lLongenecker, AtiThe Medical and Suigicalllnstttute. 417 Market St. - - Logansport. I

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