Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 11, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 11, 1895
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HE HDER. The Store tint has purchased its complete siock for cash, late in the seaaon at the moment when every item has reached he very lowest price. Thus going into Business under the most favorable circumstances and •with the best possible equipment for bargain giving, with progressive cash merchandising with" its liberal methods, with its beautiful new merchandise. The Store that will icon open with its economical prices. It represents all the markets of the world and the product of the best manufacturers. The freshest, newest and most reliable Dry Goods will soon be awaiting you here. Wait and buy the latest at Styles & Co., o ice, NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. ^kre you going to build, Repair or Want a Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Slxffl and High Street. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and JSmbalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of Jail Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROrtDWflY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day orlNlght. Phone 3S T o 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS TEo be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. COCKBUKN BKOS- MUMS to Loan on Mortjiiga Security on Easy ^^ Monthly Payiuenw. Wt Write Fire, Life, Accident, Plato Glass and Tornado Insurance. ' BIB nnd S«n Real Estate. Call and See Us, Office Rooms 2 and 3 Spry Building. WA1STED TO SELL The Korth Street House on North ntreet between 5th and Gth street. Will bo sold on reasonable terms. Address, MBS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. ' —WANTED!? REAL ESTATE. •Wauled. Cheap Cottage* For Sale. Wanted Lota und Acres For Sale, "Wealed Small Farm* For Sale. Wanted Buslneis Blocks For Sale. Wanted to KxcbansB-'arms lor City Property. Wanted Merchandise to Trade for Farms. •DRZ33 MU a^CMkBDON. Spry Block Loganaport, Indiana. * DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 11 Dates, 5 cents a pound, at Traut's, Get your skirts today at the Trade Palace. Five dollars for men's blue flannel suiia at Otto's. Three big bargains in wash goods at the Bee Hive today. Crushed poaoh with ioe cream soda, at Johnston's drug store. Men—You can. buy all wool blue flannel suits for $5, .at Otto's, We are closing out our tennis shoes at low prices—Walker & Rauch. You will, see all the latest styles of atraw hats at Dewenter'a, the Hatter. John Baker still keeps his f 1 coupon ice promise. Send In your orders at once. Today we will sell a 5 foot step Ladder lor 43 cents; a 6 loot atep ladder for 48 cents—Foley. Acute and chronic catarrh, bay fever and diseases of the throat, by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKeever have set up in house keeping on Market street east of Twentieth. Margaret, the one-year-old child of Mr, and Mra. Fred Gruaeumejer, died at 8:30 a. m. yesterday at their home, No. 317 Montgomery street, on the South Sido. The funeral will be held today at 3 p. m. from the St. Joseph's church. Lovers of fine music and genteel comedy will enjoy "Little Trixie" at the theatre Tuesday night. The company comes highly recommended and Is artistic In every pente. The Oomedy^ii^gife3^ g ^ g4g ^^^'- refined, while the specialties are first.class in every respect. Patrons of the theatre may expect a rare musical and comedy treat. MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOCIATION on To Incorporate Tod»T With • Cap Hal Block of BBtS.OOO in Hharea •f 825 Etch. Today, under the title of the Masonii Temple Association, articles of incor poration will .be filed, and another step taken toward the desirable end the erection of a Masonic temple the property of Upton lodge, corner of North and Fourth streets. The cap Ital stock declared by the articles ii $25,000 and it is divided into 1,000 shares, of f 25 each. It Is stated that enough stock has already bean sub scribed to justify proceeding with the active work of putting up the temple. The plan is to use the building partly lor offices and business: rooms which it IB expected will find ready tenants; and the Masons will have their home in the remainder of the building, which it Is asserted by tome sanguine ones, will be erected autumn. The board of directors is formed ol the following good men: .Isaac Shld eler, W D Pratt. Wm Bedwards, J L Linville, S A Vaughn, J T Elliott, E T Parker, .Allen Richardson, A W Stevens, Max J Fisher and N. -R Don aldeon. The directors will meet today to elect officers. Death of A. H. Hamilton. Allen Holman Hamilton, one of Fort Wayne's most distinguished citizens, and a man well and_ favorably tnown all over the State and partlcu- arly in Logansport, where his father .ived, and where he acquired a knowledge of law, died Thursday night. The deceased bad twice been sent to congress. - Ha leaves a wife, formerly Phoebe A. Taber, a sister of Stephen and Paul Taber of this city; three daughters and two sons, the latter being in Princeton college. The de« ceased was a prominent Mason, being grand mastsroflhe blue ledges of In- dlana, and grand commander of the Knights Templar of the State. " "Wttle Trlxle." The play that goes by the above oiption la a sparkling musical 3omedy that has met with success wherever it ias been given. Everywhere..praises of its entertaining features are sounded and it is endorsed by the press and mblic, in the cities jrhere the com>any has appeared, as one of the very )6Bt. Tho star of the company, May Smith Bobbins, is a charming little rish girl, who is a favorite with all who know her. She Is a talented 1m- )ersonator, a sweet singer, and a wonderfully gracoful dancer. At the opera house next Tuesday night Prices 25, 35, 50. A Bottle Sctrrcd Veteran. Nearly every one in Medina Co , Ohio, knows Stephen Eolph, of-Elver Styx, the one legged veteran, who loat ils leg at Winchester, Va.,.March 23 862. In all probability the.expoaure ind privations of army service, the :ffects of which are felt as they grow ilder by nearly all old soldiers, were he cause of the serious nervous pros- ratloa and sleeplessness of which Comrade Rolph complained. He says: •People hereabouts" know me pretty well, but you can tell others that I was down for about,six months with nervous prosrtatlon -'and sleeplessness or which I tried various doctors and medicines, but Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer has dotae me more good than ,11 the doctoring I had done. The firs t >ottle gave me such, relief that I have used several and feel almost restored o my former good health." Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer can be relied upon by any one-who are uttering from nervoui troubles, sleep- essnesa, etc. If all tired out and un down, you need a reliable nerve and system tonic and health- restorer as this remedy is. Sold In Logans- lort by Ben Fisher, druggist, and by all dealers everywhere. Mothers of Ailing Daughter!. Every woman above 15 years of age hould read the book ' 'Advice to Moth- rs Concerning Diseases of Women nd Children," published by the Zoa- 'hora Medicine Company. Send to he Secretary of the Company, H. G. Colman, Kalamazoo, Mich., or ask our druggist for a copy: Sold by B. Keesling and Coulson & Co. Want* to .Albert Frennell, was locked up in a rorn the excessive sen locked up for ilead guilty to laving asked for ment. Sober Up. the-bar tender, who raving condition use of liquor, has ten days, he having intoxication and his own oommitt- We HIT« the DoetiaenU o prove that Zoa- Phora stands at the .ead as a remedy for all complaints . eculiar to girls and women. Mode«t adles will not let their testimony be ubllshed in newspapers, but we mall n sealed letters to ladies who request t.—Zoa-Phora Medicine Co., Kalama- oo, Mich. «'. Do you realize the value of Otto's ffer? Understand it'i no general but real ipeclfic proposition. WAGES WEBE WITHHELD. 80 Clmlmi • William stlgleman, and He KM 'lined the Pan Handle to Kf cover Alleged Garvltheed Wm. Stigleman is a bollermaker employed by the Pan Handle railway company, and he is paid *rom the Pan Handle car as are the rest of the men Last pay day StlRleman alleges he did not receive his full allowance.. The amount wa» "shy" $25 65, so he claims, it having been garnisheed that sum for a- 'debt. He consulted an attorney, and sued the railroad com. pany to recover the money. The case was decided by 'Squire Lalog In his favor, but it has been appealed to the circuit court by the defendant The case is to test the point at issue, whether the wages of Stigleman could legally be held out by the paymaster when the latter was not in possession of a copy of the judgment, as required by law. The account which was held out on Stigleman was sold previously to people in West Virginia. Obituary. Hugh Mebaffy was born in County Antrlm, Ireland, December 25, 1815. In the year 1827 his parents, Samuel and Mary Mohaily with himself and four other children—Robert, John, Jane and Elizabeth—sailed from Belfast to Quebec where they had expected to settle. The mother dying during the passage across the ocean, the stay of .the family In Quebec was of short duration. On leaving Canada In 1880, they traversed Lake Champlatn, passing on through New York to Philadelphia where the family settled. He ived in the Quaker City seven years, serving his apprenticeship at shoe- maklDg during that time. In 1837 he came west and settled in Logansport and with the exception of two years, has resided here since that time. In 1842 he married his first wife, Matilda Welmer, who died In 1844. Two children were the fruits of thU union, both dying in childhood. In 1847 he wedded Harriet Anderson. To.them were born eight child, ren, five of whom with the mother survive him. The deceased was a member of the First Presbyterian church. The 'uneral will be held from his late home No. 709 High street this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The services will bs conducted by the Revs. D. P. Putnam and F. M. Huckleberry. White teeth, sweet breath, a f ragran mouth, There are no charms surpassing these: Abroad, at home, east, weat, north, south, Theeo three prime charms are sure to please. All those who SOZODONT apply. Will have these, charms—take heed and try. Shirt waist sleeves as big and big. •er than you want them at the Bee Jive, in every style collar and cuff, forty dozens received yesterday. Don't borrow your neighbor's step adder when you can get one for 43 :ents at Foley's,' Filling's Popolar Prices! Ladies' Oxford*, G3o to $3, nice •oods. • Child's shoes, ISc to $1.50. Misses' shoes, 9oo to $2.50. Boy's ihoes, 75o to $3. Men's shoes, 95c to ;5. Women's shoes, S5c to $0 per pair. We have the stock, the widths md the prices to suit all. Come and ice us.—Pilling, 412 Broadway. The latent Style Shoe*. Pilling the sboe man is showing oine very elegant styles in spring and summer toot-wear, especially ;hose beautiful white Oxfords and ;he price only a trifle, $1.95 and his colored man will keep them clean for u free of charge. Who does more or your trade? Ten Sho*» are quite the Thin*. Especially so when they are kept nice and 'clean. Piliinp's artist un- Lerstands his business and will keep hem looking nice and new. ;Pilling's tock of tan goods can not be equall ed in the city. A ShinlnK Reward. Will be given to anyone buying heir shoes of Pilling, J412 Broadway and did you know bis line of shoes • warranted both in price and quality. Price guaranteed to be as ow if not lower than any other shoe louse on the same class of good lonest shoes. No cheap shoes, but ood shoes at low prices. !f you want your la ce curtains to ook the game as new, send them to tis for laandrying. A long experience in this line of work .enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBKLI. BBOS., : . • 439 Market St Grand Opening TODflY. Our New Store will be chuck full of mori saving goods tomorrow. Read. Read. Read. Mens good suits, spring styles $4.50. Boys good suits, light colors $3.50. Childrens double breasted suits 88c. Mens summer underwear only I9c. STRAW HATS! Lower than any house in the city. Be sure and see our Blouse Waists at 25c. Ladies fine Satin Scarfs 25c, others askSOc. Silver Lace Pins with purchases. HARRY FRANK, ' TO BE, SURE,. New 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. A New'Finn. STEELE & TOUKEY can save you from $6 to $8 onl a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and al perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to $35. Wei invite your patronage. Steele & Youkeyj 4O4Broadway. Upstairs. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT S, 4i8 Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN.! It'wlll pay you to be particular'as to whose seeds yon buy. We are now in the market with a full line of Landreth's seeds for the ieasou of 1895, and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using seed*,] ,h&t while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some °tb.«« ,hey are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no otner seeds except those grown by Landrelh & Sons of Philadelphia our 00* omers may rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that tha sost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person ha* he trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very beat, We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard, a. eingla complaint: in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect m ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the en. ire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a 1 distance. Our trade has increased on this particular line of goods moral han tenfold since we have been in the business? We aleo have a lull Una | jf srarden tools and field seeds . /t .Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 116y*"» to jti occupation of seed growing. .,. Sl» . ^ George Harrison. 617,628 Broadway.

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