Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 10, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 10, 1895
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B*ir " Easter Kid Gloves All $1 and $1.25 Kid Gloves only 49 Cents. All $1.50 and $2 Kid Gloves only 74 Cents. GOLDEN RULE, W. D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and T Embalmers ADC! Retail Dealers In JFURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 89. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. •Wonted, Cheap Cottages For Sale. Wanted Lot* and Aotw For Bale, i Wanted Small Farau Tot Sale. Wanted Buslnew Blocks For Sale. Wanted to Exchange Jfarnw for City Property. Wintud Merchandise to Tr«de lor Farms. DDBK33 M. M. OOBDON, Sprr Bloolc Loganiport, Indiana. DR. F. M. DOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, IncL H. E. TRUAX, M. D. 0pedft> attention giten to Nose, Long, Llwr «nd Chronic Diseasef. Office andR»ldenc*owat»to National Bank, •oar* 10 to 13 . ra.,3to4p. m., and 7 to 8 p.m. all Mlla ptomptlj attended. MONEY TO LOAN! On Sloitgiwe 8ecurltj>t 8. ? and 8 per cent, XONBY TO LOAN. On MO«K»B«I Security and ewiMonthly pay- mt&tt. Consult J. T. COCKBURN, IBoomi 2 and 3 Spnr Building. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between 5th and Oth street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MBS. OHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. NEW HARNESS SHOP. I have moved my harness and saddlery shop to 836 Twelfth street, where I will turn out the best; goods for the least money. GEO, W. FOSTER, DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 10 Easter Parasols—Trade Palace. Smoked herring 10 cents per box, at Foley's. Capt. A. H. Hardy is a victim of ' lagrlppe. • Natural gaa bills for April now due • and payable. \ Royal Ruby Wlno at Johnston's drug j store. Try it. j Three rooms and garden for rent at 1504 High street. See the new silks just opened at the Trade Palace. The Journal haa been wired for the city electric lights. Ben Fisher, the druggist, will save you money on paints. Mr. Jakle Fohrer has resigned his position at the Golden Rule. Today we will offer a 25o box of Curio toilet soap for 80—Foley. Mra. May Clark is 111 at her home on Sixth street with the measles; T. J. Bowers returned yesterday to his homo at Peru after a visit here. Two cases of measles are reported: Miss Jessie Case and Mrs. M. Clark, To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spitznagle of Washington township, a son. > Royal Ruby Wine, the purest and •eat spring tonic at Johnston's drug store. Charles Ruhl and Jacob Anhier will go to Reynolds today oo a bunt, ing trip. MM. S. E. Ferguson has returned home after a long visit at Oklahoma City. 0. T. Natural gas bills for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street, Miss Jesile Shewmon the popular sales lady at the Golden Rule has resigned her position. Michael Cashing and Mose Van Dyne were yesterday morning released from the county jail. The new board of managers of the northern hospital for tho insane held a business meeting yesterday. MM. Elkenberry and children have gone to tter home at Peru after a visit of severs! days in Logansport. Mr. Ford will display and deliver the handsomest line of spring capes •ver shown in the city Thursday, at the Trade Palace. The Elite mandolin orchestra will play at the Broadway M. E. ckurch Friday night the occasion of the lecture of Wm. Hawley Smith. Remember, the Elite Mandolin Club will furnish the music for the Wm. Hawley Smith entertainment at the Broadway M. E. Church. Friday even- Ing, April 13th. It will pay you well when wanting life or accident insurance, to see the agent of the Travelers Insurance Co., of Hartford Conn. Don't Insure until you get the Travelers rate. If you do you will miss it They have a local agent in Loganiport, A TIGER'S TOOLS Taken In the Name of the law— Officer* Beeome PoiHCHnert of a Faro and Koalette Outfit. At nine o'clock last evening Superintendent Morrlasey accompanied by Captain Thomas and patrolmen Welrwahn, Graham and Luneford walked through Beamer's restaurant to the rear of Sebastian's saloon and upstairs from there to a room where once the festive tiger was wont to tear his hair for the amusement o! onlook- ere. The room was dark and tenantless but not empty and • the officers carried to the Mayor's office one faro table, one roulette wheel and one poker table with a large-sized kitty, besides cards, taba and chips galore. No arrests were made and no charges preferred but the property was confiscated under the law authorizing such procedure. Should there be no hitch in the program the property will be turned over to the sheriff and by him destroyed. Capt. Thomas said after the raid that a good many utensils of this sort were used on the sly and that It was the intention to takeuposBesslon of all gaming implements in the city. ON AN OLD CHARGE. John Bower*, an Ex-Switchman. Ai rested on • Charge of Lnrcenr. John Bowers, who was formerly employed here as a switchman, was arrested last evening by Patrolman Smith on a bench warrant on a grand jury Indiotme'nt charging him with the larceny of clothing from J. E. Ferguson. Bowers left here last summer and did not return until a few days ago. After he had been lodged in jail last evening he told an officer that he had traveled all over the South and West and had been in Mexico, but was unable to obtain work. The charge against him is lor an offense alleged to have been committed before he left the city last summer. . John Bowera is the son of the late Joseph Bowers who died recently in the Marion Soldiers' Home. Until the strike last summer he was em» ployed as a switchman ID the Pan Handle yards. A Hontleello Tonth Honored. A special to the Indlaaapolii News from Delphi says: Edward Blederwolf; of Montloello, has won the great honor in Princeton Theological Seminary, having captured the prize of $760 in gold offered for the beet essay '-written by any member of the senior class. This Is the largest cash prize ever off bred by any theological seminary in this country. Mr. Blederwolf is the son of German parents. He ii twenty-eight years old, and spent several years in Wabath college, from which institution he went to Princeton. 'In the contest for this prize nearly every State in the Union 'was represented, and the fact that . it fell to a Booster boy is cause for congrat ulatlon along the valley of the Wabash. \ In Yoi Er«t by a buzzing or: roaring sound In your head? Have you difficulty in hearing distinctly P Are you troubled with a continual dropping of mucous, irritating the throat and caualag. you- -.to cough? Is your breath unpleasantly affected and accompanied with bad taste? Is your hearing less acute? If so, T ou have catarrh and should- at once procure a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best- known remedy. The Balm will give Instant relief. Kadr'a Travel*. Mrs. Rutb Forrest who has been making a tour of the Mediterranean; writes to friends la this city that after spending a week each in London and Paris, she will sail for borne and expects to arrive here during the first week of May. ' J Many new bargains ia lilks just opened at the Trade Palace.: NORTHERN INDIANA EDITORS Will be Hand»onielv .Entertained When They Meet Here In Jnnr. A meetiEg of the publishers and newspaper men of Loganiport was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the council chamber for the purpose of effecting an organization to provide for the entertainment of the Northern Indiana Editorial Association which meets here during the second week ia June. It is expected that there will be the largest attendance in the history o the Aisoolation and the guests will be handsomely entertained while in the city. The meeting was organized by the election of B. F. Louthain chairman and W. R Small secretary. The following committees were appointed: General Entertainment—J. W. Barnes, W. S. Wright, Herbert Grama. Program—Bert Small. Peter Wallrath, J. E. Sutton. Hotels and Carriages—C. W. Graves, Charles Baker. A. D. Pansier. Finance—B. F. Louthain, J. E. Sutton, W. R. Small. Music and Park Entertainment—H. J. MoSheehy, C. 0 Fenton, A. M. Roop. Invitation—Mrs. J. E. Button, B. F. -outhain. Chas. F. Hinchllffe. After a general discussion of the manner of entertainment the meeting adjourned to meet next Monday after, noon at 4 o'clock, when it is expected that J. B. Stoll, editor of the South Send Times, and a member of the executive committee of the Editorial Association will be present to confer with the local committees. SHE HAS RETURNED. Mr*. Al Hawking Returned Home Monday—Says She Did Ttot Klope. Mrs. Al Hawkins, who two weeks ago left home, has returned, and is at (resent stopping with her parents. She denies having traveled in com- p&ny with Harvey Tully, the Carothers took agent, who was suspected by her husband of having enticed Mrs. Haw. [Ins out of town. Mr. Hawkins said yesterday that he did not know cer- alnly whether or not be and his wife would be reunited. No trace of Harvey Tully has yet been found. A Driving; Accident. Joseph Rogers and wife of High treet while out driving yesterday morning on West Market street met a treet car at which the horse became Tightened and began kicking at the, aggy. The dash board was the .rst to suffer after which the occu- janta received some bad injuries, dr. and Mra. Rogers were taken in a houie near at hand and their injuries attended to. A Free Social- The Ladles of the Baptist church will give a free social In the lecture oom this (Wednesday) evening from until 10 o'clock. A cordial invlta- ion is extended to the congregation _ friends to be present. Sandwiches and coffee, music and soclabll- ty are the attractions. Go to the Trade Palace this week or your dreia goods, trimmings, laces ,nd all overs. See the ribbons. THE PROPER THING TO DO Is to go to Filling's Shoe Hsnse This Week for Tour Shoes.—Special Bargains for all Mankind.— • Don't Miss Them. I am determined to make the coning week the Banner Week for the Jpriug. ;• We want to sell more Shoes ;ban we have ever sold in one week jefore. We shall not attempt to quote you prices, we have too many tinds. Bat will say that every man, woman and child that bay shoes of asshallhAve a bargain. Our shoes are all marked in plain figures, anil 'is generally conceded that Lino Filling's fine shoes are the best fit- ;ing arid the latest style lasts that the market affords. We fit your feet and.your pooket-book. Hens' shoes !6 cents to .$6.00; Ladies' shoes 85 cents to $5: Baby shoes 19 cents to J1.50; Boys' shoes 75 oeats to $3. All ilnds of shoes at all kinds of prices. PILLING, The Shoe Man, 412 Broad way. . Columbia Bicycles. Call andsee them. Prices, $50, $6t, |80 and $100. We want everybody to see .the new Columbia wheels. None setter anifew as good. For sale by < LINC W. PILLING, Shoe Houee. 412 Bdw., Logansport. If you want your lace curtains to _ook the same as new, send them to us for laandrving. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. ' BBWi BROS., 429 Market St. The Days of MIRflGLES Have Come Again. Impossibilities become Possibilities and t e w>> looks on ia wonder and astonishment, while we c£* our eyes to loss, and sacrifice our legitmate profits. We are unable to get possession of our new store in time, and in order to save labor, we will slaughter OUR ENTIRE STOCK Prior to Removal. Children's suits from 98e up. Men's Cheviot suits from $5 up Children's pants. 25o Boy's Suits, lone pants, from $3 up Men and Boy's long pants, 50o Men's ribbed shirts and drawers, 250 A New Line of Hats! And caps' neckwear and gloves just received and all go at Slaughter Prices. Can you ask for a morej Opportune Opportunity? HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. ALL THE LATESTfSTYLES IN ( Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. iF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'wlll pay you to be particular as to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the season of 1895, and I wish to say to the uardeuers and others usm^ seeds, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then eoine others they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds except those grown by Lundretb & Sons of Philadelphia oar cas- tomers may rely on fretting nothing but the very best. I believe that tae 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 lull line of garden tools and field seeds. Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in tne 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. 810 BBOADWAY. See The Specialists For Cfironic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Disease* of Women treated by the new electrical method that hM given wonderful result*. T-„«.-• Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic A.on8 Troubles gets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures wnem everything else fails. Call ard Investigate anyway. It costs yocm nothing for consultation. •• JH 'SSf Drs. Cliristoplier & Longenecker, V AtJhcMedlcallandSunjtcalllnstilute.C 417 Market St, - - Logansport. IndJ

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