Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 17, 1895 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 17, 1895
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Auction. LAST CALL! The stock of dry goods of the Golden Rule Dry Goods House will be sold at Auction, commencing Thursday, April 18th. Three Sales Daily—9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers MILITARY BAND CONCERT. And Retail Daalers la JFURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Nijht. Phone TEE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS IFb be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 4-28 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. COCKBURN BROS. JMwicy to Loan on Mortfmee Security on Easy Monthly Payments. 7* Write Fire, Ufa, Accident, Plate Glass and Tonuulo Insurance. 3u) and 8*11 Real Estate Call nnd See Us, Oftlce Booms 2 and 3 Spry Building, KKOEGER & STRAIN, Indertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. •Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sale. TOnied Lots and Acres for,Sale, Wanted Small farm* For'Sale. Wanted to Exchange Forms for: City Property. 'vKmt«d Merchandise to Trade lor Farms. DDrtESd M. M. GORDON. Sprr Block Lotftuuport, Indiana. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 17 I. E. TRUAX, M. D. attention clran to Note, Lung, Lira Office and Residence orer State National Bank. loon 10 to 12 . m.. 2 to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. til alls promptlr attended. J. M. McKINSEY, General Fire, life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small Amounts. 412 BROADWAY. NEW HARNESS SHOP. 1 have moved my harness and saddlery shop to 636 Twelfth street, where I will turn out the best] Roods for the least money. GEO. W. FOSTER, WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North atre-et betwe.en ,5th and 6th street. Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. Special prices OD capes this week to reduce stock—Trade Palace. Our shoes are strictly new, fresh stock, just from the factory—E. Winter. Mrs. John Todd, who has been sick for a fortnight, la said to be improv- In/?'. The Olympic Club will dance Thursday night at the hall of Dolan & MoHale. Dr. E. H. Grace has just opened his dental parlors above No. 816 Market street. Fred T. Drake of Cincinnati is em. ployed at D. E. Pryor's drug establishment. Clarence Ray is working at tho Kenneth quarries as stone measurer for tho city. A festival will be given at Coon Hollow May 1st by the Click Nick Outing Club, J. Brown of Harrison township Is said to be dangerously sick with Brlght's disease. Major McFadln yesterday trlum. phantly closed his 56th year as a resin dent of Logansport. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helvie is reported dangerously sick at their homo.on High street. The Golden Rule store will be closed today to arrange the stock for the auction—W. D. Pratt, Trustee. The home of J. W. Rlchardeon near Hoover station was burned with the contents Saturday. No insurance. D. W. Tomllnson, real estate bought ancl sold. Money loaned on reasonable terms. Office, 400 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on Fourth street. B. Borders, an, attorney at Winamao who was recently operated upon, ia said to be at the point of death as the result of the amputation of hia leg.' The coming wedding of Charles A. Dunkleburg and Miss Anna Crockett has been announced to occur at the bride's home near Lafayette the afternoon of May let. Mr. and Mr«. J. S. Tuttle gave a moat pleasant entertainment to about twenty-five friends Monday night at tbeir home on High street. Light refreshments were enjoyed, and music and games served to pass the time away. The chandelier at Julius Lieneman's tailor shop was yesterday jarred from its place by the force of the blasting being done next door. The damage done was slight, but considerable nervousness resulted from the shaking of the building. All parties having filled income tax returns with Daputy Collector A. R. Woods, Kokomo, in which they have charged themselves with rents, or in-. terest on municipal or State bonds, ill make application to him for blank affidavit in order that they may receive proper credit for them At the Opera House Thursday Vieht April ISth. . The program lor the concert to be given Thursday night by the Logansport Military Band, promises much in the way of excellent musical entertainment. It includes not only the best of band music both popular and classical, but the vocalists on the list are well known local artists, whose names are sufficient to guarantees that there is pleasure in store for those who attend. The program is aa follows: FATVT FIRST Overture— Poet aud Peasant ............. Fr. V. Suppe Mm cb— Directorate ................................... Soosa Cornet Solo-Air Varle ................................. Asban J. W. MorrU. Vocal Trlo-0 Haiw Filr ..................... Snleld Mrs. Chas. Krels, Mrs. W, H, Anderson, Mrs, J. B Shultz. Violin Solo-F«ntasle Brlilliwta ........ . ......... Artot J. W. Merrill. PART SECOND. Temple Quartette— Humorous. vocal Trio— The Water Nyuipns ..... Henrj Smart Baritone Solo ..................... . .......................... Dalby Mr. Robt. Cramer. Tantasle on OH Kentucky Home ................. Dalby Murck-Corey HlllCldb ........................ H. F. Odell Attention. Ladle* I The Merchants and Plaitera OH Company will hold a cooking exhibition at our store, Wednesday, April 17th, for the purpose of showing to our customers the superior merits of Diamond M. & P. Butter Oil for cooking. This is a pure vegetable oil contain. Ing no animal fat and ia far more healthfvl than lard or butter. A. souvenir will be given each lady attending. Very Respectfully, BCKBGER BROS., 419 Broadway. .•<•, anil Hart Indicted. Charles Vlgus and Samuel Hart did not get an opportunity to appear at a preliminary hearing before the mayor. The grand jury took up their cases and returned indictments yesterday against both of them for alleged larceny. Vlgua and Hart are accused of tealing Henry Bassler's chickens. To Taxp »y em. The County Treasurer's office will be open this weak day and evening to accommodate railroadmen and others. This is the last week for the payment of taxes. : B. F. KEESLING, Treasurer. ALLEGED ROBBERS CAUGHT. Two Stringer* Accused by £a»t End- eiBOfFettyThefr, C«o*ht After m Hard Ch**e. Just before noon yesterday a tele phone message from the East End to the police headquarters summoned an officer to that part of town to look into a complaint to the effect that a gang of alleged vagrants had been stealing in the vicinity. Curt Smith was detailed to investigate the trouble and found that several people had been robbed of groceries and small articles during the morning, and that the alleged culprits had made for the woods. Officer Smith with tho aisUU ance of a newspaper man started in search of the men and found them seated about a fire engaged in making supposedly stolen property disappear rapidly. Upon the approach of the officer the tourists galloped in all dU rectiona and an exciting steeple chase ensued, in the progress of which several shots were fired as a warning by the patrolman, and after a run of about a half a mile two of a party of seven "Hungry Hlgginses" were placed In jail. They are registered aa "tramps," until some victim of their alleged dishonesty appears against them to make a graver charge. WILL BE RETURNED. William Wtpple. « Sixteen Vear Old Boy Will be Returned to the .Reformatory. Willie Wipple was taken in by the police about 9 o'clock last night, and placed in Jill preparatory to being returned to the reformatory at Plain field. Wipple was found at his home in Shultztown. Ee is sixteen years old and has been at the reform school before. The Plainfield authorities sent word to the police here that Wipple, who has been free during good behavior, was wanted again. He will be taken to the house of correction today or tomorrow. Harry Frank shows nice line of per. cale shirts 60o, nobby hats, underwear 25o, flannel shirts; boys and men, 25 cents An Ea§y Way to Clean Tan and Black Shoes, What is there that spoils the appearance of a nice dress or suit more than a dirty or-rusty pair of shoes. The way to keep them looking nioe is to have Pillln>'s artist clean them for you. No charge. Surely it is the easiest way' to keep, your shoes nice. We will clean yoar rubbers and ehoes, and polish them free of charge. We keep a man who is an artist at the business, eipressly for the work. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls all. are welcome to free shines as often as you want them providing you are Filling's customers. If we forget to give you a shine card ask for it, we assure you, you are welcome. Lure W.'PmJNQ. 412 Broadway. The Columbia single tube tire seems to have established a -record for holding air. A Toledo rider reports that bis tire was ptunped np in Oct., 1893, and did not need to be inflated again until April 14, 1S94. Surely that tire knew bow to hold its own. Bee samples at LINC. W, FILLING'S, Shoe House, 412 Broadway. Are Thlraty on Sunday. Kokomo Tribune: Tbere are Sunday drouths in other towns than Kokomo. The Sunday closing movement has struck Peru, Wabash, Fort Wayne, Logansport. Frankfort, Marlon and other places. Now El wood falls into line. A step in the direction of reform was taken Saturday by the appoint* ment of H. A. Faucett as superintendent of police, says a dispatch from Elwood. Frank Toler, the former chief is retained as captain and orders have been issued by Mayor Finch to close the saloons on Sunday, beginning with last Sunday. The effort to close the saloons Sunday proved a dismal failure, as the order waa in several Instances Ignored and many saloons were open aa usual. Several saloonlsts obeyed the order, and are on the war path because others who did not were unmolested. Mayor Finch announces his intention of prosecuting every one that opens on Sunday and the indications are that be will have plenty to do. A PlcBHant Surprise, Mlsa Grace Barker of No. 1122 High street, was agreeable astonished laat night on the occasion of her 22d birthday anniversary, by five couples of her particular friends. Games and music were the amusements, and refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Grace Cuater, Nellie DeMoss, Ethel Hanawa't, Grace Pros- cott. Measi-a. Thomas Wllder.C. F. Moore, C. W. Waahburne, George Lynae and falter Maiben. If yon want your lace curtains to look the game as new, send them to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work ' enables us to guarantee satisfaction.. CAJ£KBELL|BHOS., Barker Again In Charles Burket of this city has been placed -in jail at Peru for an alleged attempt to tap a till at a meat market In that olty. He is said to have been caught in the act and captured by an employe, Burket has served one year for alleged larceny. Null-Homer. Ernest Null, formerly of this city was joined in marriage Sunday at Joneaboro to Miss Nellie Mouser of that place. The groom is a son of Thomas Null, the bookbinder, and the bride is a highly respected young lady. , atmj»«ler'« Trial Set The cue of the State vs. Wm. St&ndley for alleged larceny, ii let for Thursday in the circuit court Proi. ecutor Hale will be assisted by Q, A. Myers. Fansler and Mahoney will appear for Stand ley. Tw* lift* *8 Tax Payment*. Among the big tax payers who passed their mites into the treasurer's keeping yesterday were the Pan Handle railroad company $17.789.88. and the First National hank, $1,080. Boy> Honored. Bert Stewart and Arthur Keesllng were made corporal* of the company at the Culver military academy, their names being read for the honor at 429 Market St. dress parade Sunday evening. Grand Offerings In Men's, Boy's and Children's SUITS Underselling everybody because the styles are all original and the makes are all our own. That's the reason we are underselling everybody. Men's Scotch suits, $5; Men's Clay Worsted Suits, $5; Boy's Scotch suits, up to 19 years, $3.50; Children's suits, 2 to 14 years. 98 cents. Nobby Reefer suits, $2.50. See north show window at the Fashion Store. Everybodycordially invited. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Ne v York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. 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. 310 B«OAI»WAY. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WALKER & Rf\UOH Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer AT 4i8 Market St. MOTHERS! If you want to dress your little ones in Up-j To-Date Clothing see my line of Combination J Reefer, Junior and Jersey Suits. They havej never been equaled in Logansport. jos. G GRACE; 426 BROADWAY.

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