Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 9, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 9, 1891
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25 Per Cent, a I fe. I ST L, S' I fe O N A L L SPRING WRAPS At our Sale Saturday, SCHMITT& HEFFLB Y. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I Have Secured a Choice Line of G-ray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thine for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal FOB ALL THE LATEST SYLES = 1 N = SPRING SUITINGS CALL ON Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. W. J. HUGHES & SONS 00. p h jfl •* I I DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N.W.Cor. Fourteeuffl and Maple Sts. LOUSVILLE, KY- r r, & For the Next Four Weeks " I will sell you an elegant suit for .00 CASH |T I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city '323 Pearl Street SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 9. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w All kinds ol blooming plants, etc., at Kidd & Sons. New parasols and sun umbrellas at the Bee Hive to-day. D. E. Pryor's drug store is headquarters for Gondola cigars. mayod6t The only correct styles of jackets and cape wraps, at the Bee Hive. Cases of scarlet fever are reported in the homes of J. M. Elliott and Phillip Shank. Wanted, at Dr. Bell's, No. 1220 Market street, a competent girl for general housework. If you want the most durable smoke buy the Gondola ciffar at D. E. Pryor's drug store. may6dGt Fine light weight camel hair dress robes at the Bee Hive, reduced from §1.250 to $8. This is the . special day on spring jackets, one-fourth off the price, at the Golden Rule. Don't hunt around town for a good cigar, but buy the Gondola. D. E. Pryor's is headquarters. mayodSt Miss Kittie Biggens of Clinton, Mich., is visiting in the city the guest of Miss Verda McDonaugh on the West Side. J. S. May. Train Master, and G. W. Davis, Division Freight Agent, of the Richmond Division, were in the city yesterday. Monticello Democrat: Miss Ethel Hanawalt of Logansport, returned home yesterday after an extended visit with friends at this place. The old frame structure standing on Court Park has been purchased by E. D. Closson and removed to the corner of 16th and George streets. Henry Wiler is confined to his bed by the injuries received in the runaway accident Thursday evening. His worst injury is a deep and painful cut on his forehead and he is besides badly bruised up. An alarm from the Vandalia station at 3 o'clock yesterday morning called the fire department over to the West Side to extinguish a blaze in an old box car used as a tool house by the section men. The car was destroyed. Loss slight. Chas. Kreider was seen driving down street in front of the Pharos office "with one hind wheel of his buggy on in front. Charles says if the Republican Mayor had been elected he would have had both hind w heels on in front. The merit of Dr. J. H. Shultz's catarrh treatment has proven itself to scores of Logansporter's who have placed themselves under the doctor's care for treatment of this annoying and widely prevalent disease. Dr. Shultz's treatment. -is. both constitutional and local and, unlike hundreds of other remedies.for this disease,does successfully cope, with -catarrh, hay fever .and kindred ailments. The doctor's practice in this direction is rapidly extending and it is believed that he has a bonanza in his valuabld discovery. Catarrh hai generally been considered practically incurable in this climate, but this new treatment demonstrates the contrary and many are gladly seeking the cure to be gained through it. A. B. Scott'* Funeral. Peru Journal: The remains of the late Aaron Bacon Scott who died Saturday night, were interred this cfter- noon with Masonic honors. Services were held at 2 o'clock in the Presbyterian church, Rev. Dickey conducting them and preaching an excellent sermon, St. John's Commandry No. 24 K. T., of Logansport, to which Mr. Scott belonged, was present and together with all the Masons of the city joined the procession to the cemetery in Ridgeview. The floral offerings were" many and beautiful, among them being especially noticeable a square and compass from Miami Lodge of this city, a keystone from the chapter and a crown from the commandery of Logansport. The services at the cemetery were conducted in ancient form by the St. John's Commandry in a manner both beautiful and solemn. Eminent Commander Myers, assisted by Prelate A. J. Robinson, performed the work. The deceased has long been a member of this high Masonic degree. No Sucli Ett'ect Here. During a performance of the -'Irish Arab" at the Park Theatre last night Mrs. Thomas Griffith, who was in the audience with her husband, gave birth to a girl baby, and it is believed that this is the first case on record of a child being born in a theatre under such circumstances. Only a portion of the audience knew what was going on, but considerable excitement ensued. The city ambulance was called to take the mother and baby to their home. Both are doing well. —Dayton, 0, Telegram. The "Irish Arab" was at the opera house here one night last week, but his visit caused no such result as stated above. The Dayton, people must be very excitable.—Lafayette Call. The '-Arab" also held the boards here one night last week, and although the play produced all sorts of impressions on the audience, as far as has been learned the effect was not as'bad as that produced at Dayton. Frank Fetter Further Favored. Frank Fetter, of Peru, formerly of this city who recently took first honors at the State oratorical contest has achieved further honors by being awarded first prize at the inter-State oratorical contest at Des Moines Thursday night. A Des Moines special says: At the inter-State oratorical contest to-night the first prize was awarded to Frank Fetter, of Peru, the Bloomington student who took the honors at Indianapolis in March. Representatives from ten States participated. 'Ovying to the failure of oue of the jndges to grade two of the papers, it was not possible to name the one who takes second honors, but independent of that omission the necessity of awarding first place to Fetter was clear. The orations were much above the" average of previous years. KcathK. Charles Tisley an old and respected .employe at the Pan Handle shops, died at his home on George street between 17th and 18th street, yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, aged 64 years. The deceased had resided in thit> city for many years and was esteemed by his •fellow men and respected by his employers. He leaves a wife and one child. The funeral will be held Monday. Josie, the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boussman, died at 9 p. m. Thursday at their home south of the city. The funeral will be held from the house at 2 p. m. to-day. Pearl E.,the 18-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ross died at their home at 4 o'clock last evening. Their Home Comlug, Monticeilo Democrat: Edward Parrish, one of our. most enterprising young business men. was married at Frankfort Wednesday to Miss Etta Sterrett of Carroll county, Rev. W. B. Slutz, officiating. The happy couple arrived home Thursday evening and were accorded a royal reception at the residence of the groom's parents, where the young couple will reside for a short time, when they expect to go to housekeeping for themselves. Bob In a new JRole. Qentland Enterprise: Bob. Carrol's propensity for doing good in this world is only exceeded by his good looks. He's a kind of good Samaritan while on the road, and his tender sympathies for our "grip" stricken citizens, '. prompted him, while here the other day, to prescribe a cure. Having proven the merits of his remedy some of hia admirers sent him a testimonal last week as. to it* efficiency; which ho doubt: Bob gr eatl'y appreciates. ____i__ I'le, on You Johanna. Peru Journal: Tuesday Officer Kenworthy arrested Mrs. Hall, a resident of this county, and Johanna Griffin of Logansport, on Main street, for public intoxication. They were placed in jail and yesterday afternoon token before Mayor Zern, who released Mrs. Hall butdetained her companion by a bond to answer to the charge before him on Monday at 1 o'clock. TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C. P U R C E L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. The Rival Cabinet Letter File $1,50 For Each Cabinet Filing Tray. A 12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & Co. ^\ ChiXX^^LXGum.fcaCscx , -^ THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. The only Bare, Sufct mjflrelfalla Fill for tale. Ladle*, ask DniEclflt for CltitJiaCer'g English Diamond JJrcnd In Ited and CoU taoUllio fcoieflRCttledwitb blue ribbon. Toko no ether tied, JVf/iwe SvlatinUiont and Imitation*, All nJlls In pasteboard boiCB, pi ok wrappers. "TC dftUjrcroDl* counterfeit*. At Dmggista,« 4o In KtafflDf for nartloulnj-H, tcntlmonlals, and **Jicllcr far I.ft(ilcm w in tetter, hy r*turtt 10 OOO ToiUJraanialS frame-Paper. CHlCHEETCn CH " — " " Bold by a! PERHAPS You Don't Know It. Many people sometimes want a thing that they know would cost less if McCaffrey had it—but they do not think we keep -it. Why Don't you think we keep it? You have never reasonably expected to find anything in any of our lines that you couldn't find, have you? . In Groceries, have you ever found a more complete line for more different kinds of people?. . • ... y ,. _.••... ., : ., '', But Groceries from a single line; we've a scoce of others. ; In Haias, or Bacon, or Dried Beef, yoa cannot want whatywe have not. In Summer Glassware—water pickers, water sets etc:—we hare all that a new and pretty. . Your .Table—we furnish it complete at any cost that pleases you the be»t. 1 • Your Kitchen—we've more things for it than you ever; thought of using. ' Your Chamber—we're more things for it, and you choose from plenty of them. ...... We've almost everything that house-keeping brings need for. You will do well to ask if you want anything. M. McCaffery

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