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May 10, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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I k I Sfe" y- 25 Per Cent. ASH REBATE O N A L L SPRING WRAPS At our Sale Saturday, SCHMITT & HEFFLB Y. TRA¥ELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thins for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ &• FOB ALL THE LATEST SYLES SPRING SUITINGS CALL ON Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. WHOLESALE DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER, N. W. Cor. Fourteeutn and Maple Sts. LOUSVILLE, KY- ;Mention tlils'psper. deod&fnlj $> For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 CASH. I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Good * ij ever brought to this city f ROOT FY The Tallor ' . LL\J\JLiLi 1 9 323 Pearl Street. iL Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 10. Orange spoons, at Hauk's- Try J. B. L. Catarrh. Cure, eod&w New parasols at the Bee Hive. New style bracelets, at Hauk's. The choicest style belts, at the Bee Hive. Blouse waists for warm weather, at the Bee Hive. All kinds of blooming plants, etc., at Kldd & Sons. See the new curtains and poles, at the Trade Palace. D. E. Fryer's drug store is headquarters for Gondola cigars. mayodGt Taylor, the Jeweler, has a fine line of silk umbrellas cheap. New rucliings, new collars and new tics, at the Trade Palace. v Get one of those fine silks at half price, at the Trade Palace. See the new and beautiful wash fabrics at the Trade Palace. Light fabric summer dress wear in great variety, at the Bee Hive. New black lace drapery nets /or ladies dresses, at the Bee Hive. If you want the most durable smoke buy the Gondola ciffar atD. E. Pryor's drug store. may6d6t Warm weather is on us, do not fail to get a pair easy slippers atMurdock's City Shoe Store. New crepe cloth, and batists in light colors, 15 and 20 cents per yard, at the Bee Hive. The fiuest Onodaga filler is worked in the M Star cigar.—C. J. Hildebrand, manufacturer. 4 Don't hunt around town for a good cigar, but buy the Gondola. D. E. Pryor's is headquarters. mayodGt •Blush of Roses." "Blush of Roses," 'Blush of Roses, l: "Blush of Roses," sold every day and every hour at Keesling's drug store, for 75 cents per bottle. 6— The Bee Hive's announcement of new parasols and sun umbrellas brought out the ladies in force yesterday. Sale will be continued during this week. Al Bringhurst returned yesterday from a trip through the East. He touched at N.ew York, Washington, Baltimore and other points of interest on his trip. Supt, C. M. Bennett is spending Sunday at Urbana, 0., where Mrs. Bennett is still confined by reason of the painful accident which befell her a few weeks ago. Marian Chronicle: A. G. Murray, of Logansport was in the city last night. Will M. Elliott, of the firm of Elliott & Co., Logansport, was the guest of Marion friends yesterday. The many friends of Mrs. Marsh, wife of tie pastor .of the Baptist church, will be glad to know that she is getting on most" favorably since the severe accident of three weeks ago. The broken bones are healing nicely, and her general health has not been impaired in the least. M. D. Fansler and F. M. Kistler under the name and style of Fansler & Kisller will float a new sign and divide the emoluments' of their law business. The new firm will command considerable business and will be successful in legally untangling 1 the many complications which fate or bad judgment get men into. At the Churches. There will be Christian science service at the Universalist church this morning at 10:30 and at 11:30 Bible lesson. An invitation is extended to all to attend these services and a cordial greeting to all. Services in the Cumberland Presbyterian church to-day at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. conducted by Rev. A. W. Hawkins. At the morning hour the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. The public is invited to attend. There will be no preaching service at the Broadway Presbyterian church to-day on account of the sickness of the pastor, Rev. E. S. Scott. Sabbath school at 9:30 and young people's meeting at 6:15 as usual to which all are cordially invited. Christian church, corner of Ninth and Spear street, Sunday school meets to-day at 9:30 p. m. T. J. Legg, sup- erintendant, services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m., preaching by Rev. T. S. Freeman. Y. P. S. C. E- will be held at 6:15 p. m. To these meetings all are cordially invited. ' Services at the Baptist church today at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young people's prayer meeting at 6:30 preaching by the pastor, Rev. W. H. H. Marsh. Morning subject "A sermon to vagrant church goers," evening subject "Repentance of the Ninevites" being the last of the ten sermons on the Book o' Jonah. Pastor McMackin, of the English Lutheran church will have for his subject this morning "The result of rejecting Christ." At 7:30 p. m. the sermon will be to young men and the subject will be "The story of Daniel'' Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. To all these services the reader is cordially invited. Rev. H. A. Davis, pastor of Wheatland street M. E. church will preach this morning at the court house at 10:30. No services at night. The congregation will unite in the Union Epworth service at the Broadway M. E. church. The Wheatland street Sunday school will 7neet in the Cumberland Presbyterian church at 2:15 p. m. First Presbyterian church, preaching by the pastor, Rev. D. P. Putnam, morning and evening. Morning subject "The inspiration of the Holy Scriptures," evening subject "The wrong and the right kind of zeal in Christian service." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. A cordial welcome for all at these services. Inheritance a Detriment. The Laporte Argus says the. late Judge Oshorn once remarked that he thought if a rich man's son ever amounted to anything- it was greatly to his credit. He believed the difficulties that a rich man's son has to encounter in life are fur harder to overcome than those encountered by a poor boy. and his position will bear careful thought. The ve*y things that seem necessary to develop a young man and fit aim for the crooks and turns of practical life are .found in the struggles, ambitions, successes and disappointments of a poor boy. The rich boy rarely has these educating influences, and hence is unfitted to successfully wage the warfare of a busy life. The boy who never learns to deny himself many things that he thinks he wants and needs will rarely have the strength to deny excesses that are sure to lead to his downfall. The pampered sons of rich men are generally failures as men, but some of the sons of rich men are not pampered but are made to work for what thsy get and to understand that self-support is honorable and necessary to the right kind of manhood. They are simply taught self-denial, and learn the value of things by the effort they cost. Such boys usually succeed as well as the sons of poor men. How to Reach Brooklyn. The increased number of people that desire to travel to and -from Brooklyn without crossing the city of New York has led the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to improve its facilities. For many years this company has had the best means of communication between the West and the city of Brooklyn, its annex steamboats plying between its Jersey City station and its Fulton street station in Brooklyn, connecting with all through trains. By recent arrangement, tickets may. now be proem ed direct to Brooklyn yia the Pennsylvania lines at the same rate as to New York and baggage checked' through, thereby enabling the city to be reached with least delay and least discomfort. Expression of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all who so kindly assisted us in our late sad bereavement. Mss. AUGUST WITTHOKT. MKS. A. J. SMITH. ARTHUK FIU.NKHOUSE. You can buy most any article in the shoe line cheap and desirable, at Murdock's, 306 Fourth street. TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $l,50?For Each Cabinet Filing Tray. I I 1 i A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & Co. CIAT.IO::D \U\iS THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. The only Safe* 5ur<4 and rettoMa Pill for n&lfl. Ladle*, ask Drueeiflt for Cftic/uufer's Srtgltih Diamond Zrawl in Hcd wnl- CoW metaJllo boxcaficftled with blue Hbbon. Take no other kind. J?«/wc Suirtffuiion* and fmteuiont, All pilla ID poHtcfcoard boxes, pink Trrappcrs. »rc daB(TCPOU(* conntcrlcltj*. At DmggtBts, or •ffld < c« 4c. In Btampa for particulars, tostlmonlula, and * t jicllc(" for Idiflfbn," in ttrtMT, by rvtnrn M«il- 10,000 TesdmouIUa. A'amc Pcpcr. CHlCHESTER CHEMICAL CO. t JH[«dlw.Ti P —Bold by all Local Drngctsta. 1'Ull* PERHAPS You Don't Know It. Many people sometimes want a thing that they know would cost less if McCafirey 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? But Groceries from a single line; we've a score of others'. 'In Hams, or Bacon, or Dried Beef, you cannot want what we have not. In Summer Glassware—water pickers, water sets etc.—we .have all. that a new and pretty. . Your. Table—we furnish it complete at any cost that pleases you the best. Your Kitchen—we've more things for it thaniyou ever thought .of using-.. Your Chamber—we've more things for it, and you choose-from .plenty JO* them. . We've almost everything that house-keeping brings need for. You will do well to ask if you want anything. M. McCaffleryv & Co,

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