Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 7, 1894 · Page 8
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March 7, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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f\Lb REflDY. We are showing the new things in White Goods, Wool Dress Goods, Fancy Wash Goods, Bourdon Laces, White Laces, Butter Color Laces, Zephyr Ginghams, Spring Capes And Jackets. Sent direct from New York by our buyer, Mr. Schmitt. You are invited to inspect stock. You know WE never askjancy yprices. SGHMITT 5c HEFFLEY. ras. PITS. MR I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 7. If you are going to use auy Paints COME •SEE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints •iand Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you any- .thujgin the liiie fcr leas money than it is possible far ;my competitors to do • i No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity •of Paints You Want Come and See Me 1 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 303 Fourth St. LOGANSPDRT, IND. A now oaao Lonadale muelln 6:j cents.—Golden Bulo. Ur Hollo way's office in the Progress block, corner 4tb and Market streets. Peter Frios was yesterday lined In the city court for a violation of tho screen ordinance. ' Attend tho famous lecture of Dr. Stemen at Broadway M. E. church Wednesday, 7th inst. Parlfy tho blood, tono tho nerves, and £tve strength to tho weaksned organs and body by taking Hood's Sar- saparlllanow. Tho old Montgomery Guards, a famous military or£;inl'/,ation boforo the war, commanded by Lew Wallace. paraded Monday at Crawfordavlllo, in attendance upon tho burial of the late M. II. Galey, It was tho, first parailo of tho company (or fifteen years. M. F. Mahoney tho industrious and enterprising attorney, built a neat and tasty resldsnce in the Kaat End last year. The door plate reads "M, F. Mahoney" in bold letters and there you are. The house Is vacant, Michael Is single and there you are. No one kuowa the whoncenoss of tho which. YOUB NAMB O PRUT. It*mi of • Penonml character Con ••ruing LognQuporten rad Their Friend! Mra. H. 8. Thompson is visiting a Indianapolis. Misi Abble Howe is home from ool lefje at Detroit. Mr. J. H. McCully of Idavillo was in the city yesterday. Mrs John C. Kolnley, of Richmond is visiting In the city. Cbas. E. Forgy, of Marlon, was in the city Monday night. Hon. Patrick Keefo of Kentland was In the city yesterday en route East. Mrs. Wm. Whltehead and children are visiting; her parants at Ft. Wayne, Mrs. Laura Coutber of Peru is visit, Ing in the chy with Mr. and Mrs. J P. Conrad. W. H. McClelland, the civil on gineer, formerly of this city, now o Michigan, ie visiting friends here. Messrs. S T. McConnell and J. C. Nelson went to Indianapolis yesterday on bus'ness before the Supremo.Court. South Bend Tribune: Mr. John Llvengood, who Is onfi-aged in Lo. gansport, spent Sunday at his home in this city. Marian Chronicle: Miss Grace Phillips of Lojransport was in the city for a few hours today, the guest of Miss Mary Love. Frank Davis, of BurnettsviUe, waa n the city yesterday celebrating with us twin brother, Fred, tho 30th anniversary of their birth. Massrs. John and Benj, Kosor of Miami township departed yesterday for Auburn, Nob. where they expect to make their future home. Lafayette Journal: Mr. and Mre. Allot) J. Sheorio attended tho funeral of Mr. and Mra. S. P. Shoerln's daughter at Logansport Sunday. Rev. W. I. Murphy, of Cuba, Kan. is in the city at the bedside of his mother, Mrs, Magdalene Murphy who li quite ill at her home on Sixteenth street. Mrs. M. D. Fansler and Miss Mary M.iloahoy are at Lafayette whore they attended tho funeral yesterday of Mrs. Thos. J. Slattery who died Sunday at her homo in Lafayette. A Beal K»tat» Deal. Yesterday Mr. W. E. Haney bought of Mra. Poter Smith the business property corner of Fifth and Broadway occupied by Thos. Pierce. Consideration $7,890. New Spring Suits, New Spring Overcoats, New Hats, New Furnishings. ' Now open and on sale. We shall offer for your inspection, this week, the largest selection of Suits, Spring Overcoats Hats and Furnishings ever shown in Logansport. THE DAILf DIVORCE SUIT. Mr». Auderson Applied for a Decreed Court to Sever the Bond* Whleb Unite Her to Alfred l>. Andernon Yesterday in tho Circuit Court by her attorneys Mageo & Funk, Mra. Mellie C. Anderson brought a suit for divorce from Alfred L. Anderson, the well-known ex-saloon keeper and sporting man. She alleges cruel treatment and failure to provide, erinb' that since February 12, last, 10 has made no provision for her support or the support of their children: ;hat upon that date ho went to Chicago where he la employed, or claim- .ng- to bo employed, leaving his family ;o shift for themselves. The complaint sets forth that they were mar- •ied on the 3d of January, -1878. and ;hat there were ^mr children born to ,he union, only two of whom are liv. ng. Miss Gloy, aged 13, and Earl, aged 12. The complaint asks for an unconditional divorce and all other proper relief in the premises. That Primers Mtrlke. Victor William of Chicago, repro- onting the International Typngraph- cal Union, called to Eransville to ettle the differences between tho lourier Company and the printers' Union, gtowlnj* out of the dismissal f a printer for obscenity during work- ng hours, ruled against tho Courier 'ompany and the old force was rein, tated, Including the offending printer. Mr. Williams claimed that whom tho local union decided against the Courier company, the company should have appealed to the council of tho International Union, instead of per»Utlng in discharging the offending employe. Tho Jourier has now appealed, both againet Mr. William's ruling on pro- cod ure, and against his reinstatement of the offending employe. Ponding a dec liion on this ruling Mr. Williams established Ed Miller, one Of Ihe strikers, as foreman of tho oftiea, displacing Mr. Cheezum. The Stanley MeetlUK*. At the down town temperance meetings last evening the crowd kept up tho standard of the series in point of attendance. A wonderful degree of interest has been aroused in thcso meetings and the number of pledge signers has been most encouraging. Mr. Stanley addressed the audience last evening on tho subject of "Man Subduing the Earth Under Divine Commind. 11 He was assisted by Rev. Dr. Putnam and Bro. Dacgett who briefly addressed the audience. This evening Mr. Stanley's address will bo on tho very suggestive subject of •Loaded Clubs and Loaded Bottles." Friday evening Dr. Henry S. Tanner will deliver bis popular lecture on his celebrated fast of 40 days atQwhich time a small admittance fee will be charged at the door. See the first Bengaline, guaranteed, only 67 cents.—Golden Rule. S75.000 SLAUGHTERED MAMMOTH CLOSING OUT SALE The New Fashion Store THIS MEANS BUSINESS -zsa And we will guaranteeSthatlthere'.was never such a OLEf\N WIPE, OUT Sf\LB Given in the United States. EVERY THING SLAUGHTERED ^^ar^^^^^'^-^J^^™™^'"™'"™*'™" THB NEW FASHION 307 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana

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