Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 7, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 7, 1895
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What a "Woman Can Do! She can buy all-wool Henriettas worth 509 for She can buy fine novelty dress goods worth, 8§c and 90c for { \ ' \ '. ' '• $he can buy! Broadcloth for a spring cape at half price, f' .-' \ ••'' She can save money on all kinds of Dry Goods at the Bankrupt Safe of the GOLDEN RUl-E. W. D .PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers ia IPURNITURB Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. . Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Nijfht. Phone No 99. TTHE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS TTo'be Found in the Xity at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY . 2nd Floor. Justice Block. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted. Cheap Cottagea Foe Sale, wnnted Low iml Aoren for Sule. Wanted Small Kurmn For Sale. Wanted Business Blodsa l f or Sals. Wanted to Exchange Jfortns for City Property. •Wanted Merchandise to Tradeifor Farms. DDRE33 31. M. GORDON, Sprr Block Logtuuiport, Indiana. •KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DR. F. M. BOZBR'8 DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National iBank, Logoasport, Ind. DAILY JOURNAL fl. E. TRUAX, M. D. -Special Attention given to Nose, Long, L!TM wd-Chronio Diseuei. Offloe and Residence oierSwte National Bunk, toon 10tola . m.,2to4p. m..and7 to8 p.m. ill will promptly attended. OPRRA HOUSE. & B. PATTKBSON. JURA01R. PEERLESS CONCERT BAND. 50 Eminent Miwlcians A MK RIGA'S JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor. — ASSISTED BT— •-2', ABTI*T»I o ffl 'KIK B««WA«n. Soprano. CUHHIK 0VKE. Ylollcilt. .*ti OUSA'S jJJOTJL ^*>''pi 'TIERING M ATCHLESS AGNET1C ARCHES.. (1st Boor *l. {Balcony Me, Tie. Mle £»turd«j monlnc. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 7 ^^^^•^^•^•^•^•^IBBB^aHBMa^B^B^BMaBMajift^BKBWMB^B^ a^^^^^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^ar^a^a^^^^— Natural gas bills (or April now duo and payable. Corsets, corets, by the thousand, at the Trade Palace. For all latest millinery and novelties, oall on Miss Jessie Curamtnge. The bast baking powder In the world at Ben Fisher's drug Btore. Get your silks for waists now at the Trade Palace—new line. See the new nettings. Natural gas hllla for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. 'Miss Daisy Goves of Peru will spend Sunday here the guest of the Misses Alice and Emma Ross. George Harrison, the carriage man, has had his establishment wired for the city's incandescent lights. The Fortnight Revelers will give another of their pleasant dances at the Broadway rink, Tuesday evening, April 23d. Call at the Trade Palace and see soaie of the most. beautiful carpets ever brougut to the city. Prices surprisingly low. Dr. Hatch, assisted by a number of physicians, yesterday performed au operation for abdominal troubles on Mrs. Homburg of the South Side. E. J. Galloway will go to Monti, cello Monday to remain until next fall. He baa the contract for painting the new White county court bouse. Spry's have some grand bargains to offer you in trimmed hats and bonnets; also hats, (lowers, ribbons and crepes. if you wish to trim your own hats. At the driving park this afternoon the Logansport ball team and the Machinists will play the opening game of the season. No admission will be charged. Devotional exorcises will be held at the Home of the Friendless this after, noon from 2 to 4 o'olook led bp Dr. Caroline Taylor. . AU are cordially invited. Lost—Valise containing ten dollars in ilver, a- diamond ring, a ladiei' watch and a pair of shoes bought from the Boston Sample Shoe Co. Finder can have all but the shoes. C. W. Fisk has got settled down to business at the new location No. 208 Fourth street, and is prepared to make loaoVof money on mortgage security in any amount at lowest rates of interest. - The Ladles' Auxlliaiyttf the B. of R. T. are arranging to serve supper at the home of Mrs. Ssmuel Henderson, No. 17 Fourteenth street, on Wednes day, April 10th. Price 10 cants. Everybody cordially invited. The citizens of Burlington, who were preparing to jollify over the victory thought to have been gained over the liquor dealer who had been doing business at that village, have been overcast with gloom because of his announcement that be would dispense liquor in quart lot*. j TO MEET AT MARION. The Teacher*' Association Cli>aed ltd HewHlon at Mouth. Bend Friday— Ofllcem Elected. On the first ballot the Northern ID. diana Teachers' Aseoclation selected Marion as the meeting place .lor next year, when it is expected that, over 1,000 pedagogues will be 'in attendance. The teachers were hospitably treated by all classes of citizens of South Bend. The Logansport dele- gallon, headed by Supt. A. H.' -Doug, lass returned home yesterday. The parties from other cities in this ; section of the State were here in large numbers yesterday, and many Of them visited friends and took in the. sights of Logansport. The following officers were • chosen by the association: President—Calvin Moon.c j South Bend. Vice.presldent—Adelaide • Bay lor, Wabash. Treasurer—Robert D. . Maohaln, Lagrange. Secretary—Florence Walling; Mun- ole. : THE .NEW MEMBERS Will Perre Their -Old Districts In Conicresw Xexc Sanction. Marion Chronicle: In a conversation with Congressman-elect George W. Steele this morning he stated that there seemed to be some misunderstanding since the new arrangement of the congressional districts of this state as to which district's interests the members sleeted laat fall would look after, In order to set.tle the matter Mr Steele wrote to the various members regarding the matter. He tiaa received replies from all but two of them, and their unanimous opinion is that the members shall more particularly look after the interests of the old districts, but will of course endeavor as much as possible to become acquainted with the business of the new. ItQumrkx on Judge Sfelion. ••• Delphi'Journal: Judge John C. Nelson of Logansport, occupies the bench ,n the circuit court this week. Judge Nelson sat upon the Superior court bench in Cass county twenty years.AgO and is one of the oool headed, able awyers of northern Indiana, .who or* nament the legal profession. Ho was soldier in the late war. and .1* a >romlnent member of the Loyal region. Judge Nelson has not aged" any in the last twenty years with the exception that his fore* lead has encroached on that portion- of his head set apart-for an hyperlon carl, while a pair of gold spectacles with large rimmed. glasses sit astride his Grecian nose. Judge Nelson is a roat Sabbath School worker and is in real demand as a speaker at Sabbath school picnics. The case he was called to try first is what IB known "in egal parlance as a -hose case.'" A Sorry Htree« Scene. Mrs. Moses Yah ''Dyne 'appeared ^.on- tbe streets after' '11 o'clock last night wiih blood pouring'-' from a wound, on ler nose, and with a sorry tale :f or the ears of the polloe;""- w'ho have heard rom her before; • She 1 ' claimed; that Mose Tan Dyne bad struck her: when she remonstrated • with' him for : his alleged refusal to contribute to -her support. The woman was ordered by the police to keep off the street* and 'ailing to do so she was locked up shortly after midnight on a charge- of drunkenness. A woman who accompanied here and Frank Van Dyne were also locked up. Hawl«y Mmltn. The many admirers of Wm. Hawley Smith, tke famous elocutionist and author, .will be pleased to hear that the Ep worth league of the. Broadway- 1L:< E. Church, have engaged aim JOE Friday evening, April- 12th. ^Admission 55 "bents. . ''_; Cheeter Keene has accepted a position os janitor at the Vand'aUa statior. TRUSTEES NAMED. Tbe Governor Appoint* the Boards for the State Benevolent InntHntlonr. Governor Matthews has made his appointments In part for the Benevolent Institution Boards under the new law requiring: him to appoint for the six institutions eighteen trustees, only nine of which should belong to one party..--It was a foregone conclusion that the appointments would be so made' that none of the Superintendents 'would be disturbed and the institutions commended by Republicans for nonpartisan management have been placed under Republican control while the institutions objectionably Democratic have, been left in Democratic control. , -For the Logansport.Hospital Dennis Uhl, Democrat, has been reappointed, and Rev. E. S. Scott, Republican, now of Starke county, but formerly.pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian church In this city, where Dr. Rogers, the present Superintend, ent worshiped, and J. J. Todd, Republican, an. attorney at Bluffton, are made the new members. Dr. Rogers' management was generally commended by the Senate and House committees of the recent legislature and wnlle the purpose of the legislature to introduce like methods in all the Institutions haa not been assured by the appointments It is cor ain that the lesson that has been taught will not be fruitless. It is more than likely that the superintendents of the Institutions left in Democratic con- tral will profit by their experiences DWIGHT POWELL INJURED A Son of Or. J. X, Powell Receive** Ball In the LeK From a Badly Aimed Target Bill*. Thomas Bond, aged 13, a grandson of Col. T. H. Brlnghurst, is not a good marksman, if the shooting he did Friday is a sample of his skill. A ball that was extracted from Dwlght Powell's right thigh was fired by joung Jond at a stick on the placid face of be Eel river near the mouth of Horney creek. Powell was sitting on the 3el river railroad bridge, several ?ards out of the line the bullet was in- iended to take, and Jwhen the mis. die entered his leg he was about as badly surprised as was the youth hose finger pressed the trigger. tond was standing near the water works race'at tha time he fired the hot. Ihe ball entered Powell's high on the outer side and was easily aken out on the inner side of the leg. The wound was a flesh injury only. ?he unlucky victim, who is, however, glad ills no worsa, will be laid up for everal weeks by the wound. WANTED FOR ALLEGED ASSAULT. IVa Irani* TMtiiied Yentcrd»y for Michael Howe and Jol»i> Doe. Harry Kearney of the West Side ap- leared before 'Squire Hight shortly fter noon yesterday and made affi- avlt that Michael Howe, and a com- anlon, who was called John Doe lor want of a better name, had committed n assault bad battery upon him, Tbe alleged dispute and the alleged ssault that followed occurred near 'orr's factory in the East End. earney claims to have been kcocked own and generally badly treated. ?be warrants were placed in the roper hands for service, but at last ccounts Howe and Doe were not in ustody. The Encasement Cloied. The Huntley-Blxby comedy corn- any closed a week's engagement at )olan's opera house last night. A entleman named Lyons was presented with the fine $40 suit of furniture. OR DEBS ABE CXLOJJD Every Pair of Shoes Possible at ••: --' Once- I.am,determined 1 to make the com- ng week the Banner Week for the ing; We want to sell more Shoes ban we have, ever sold in one week le^ore.- We,, shall not attempt to •aotefyoiitgtices, we have too many ;inds. Bat will say that every man, woman and child that buy shoes of B s hall nave a bargain. Our shoes are'all marked in plain figures, and ; is generally conceded that Lino 'illing's" fine shoes are the best fit- ing arid the latest style lasts that he market affords. We fit your feet nd your pooket-book. Mens' shoes 5 cents to $6.00; Ladies' shoes 85 ents to $5: Baby shoes 19 cents to 1.50; Boys' shoes 75 cents to $3. All Linds of shoes at all kinds of prices. .-. - PILLING, The Shoe Man, .412 Broadway. • . Columbia Bicycles. Call and see them. Prices, $50, $69, 80 and $100. We want everybody to ee the new Columbia wheels. None letter and few as good. For sale by LINC W. PILLING, Shoe House, 418^Bdw., Logansport., ' •" . •' .' .• \ v • i " It Will Pay; You To see^our new and" nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft v All the leading makes. •\ BeantifQl 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 Hooley's, AT 4i8 Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'will pay you to be particular as to whose seeds yon buy.. We are now in the market with a full line of Landretli's seeds for the season of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seeds,, that while Landreth'8 seeds may be a little higher price then some others they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other eeeds except those grown by Landretb. & Sons of Philadelphia our customers may rely on srettiog nothing but the very best, I believe that the cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person has the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best, We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a single complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a distance. Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and field seeds. Remember that the firm of 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. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. •lO BROADWAY. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that hai J given wonderful results. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic J.-nnr •"& '•' Troubles (jets the remedies to the diseased spot* and cures whe: A^ everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It coiU yoff-<\ nothing for consultation. . „•, Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, AtThc Medical and SarolcaHlDSdtute.I-i 417 Market St. -S2;S Logansport.

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