Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 11, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 11, 1894
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WE SHOW The best Line of the following Silks: Gros Grain, Bengaline, Satin-Surahs, Satin-Rhadames, Moires, Koikis, Shanghais, Habutais, Jacquards, Satens and Silk Crepes for evening wear. You are cordially invited to inspect stock. Respectfully, SCHMITT 6c HEFFLEY. •HTS. PITS. Pirs. 1 AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SEE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints aiad Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty of this line of goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for imy competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity «of Paints You Want Come and See Me 3 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 3OB Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 11. BEFORE. AFTER. ••notectlon to the sheep a . We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ana have them ready to sup- r>lv our customers on demand. We handle SothTng but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all af our old stock has been burnt, our customers may rest assured that they will get fresh, clean goods. We have a full variety of Garden and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Carriage Goods, and a full line of Turf and Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything that goes with a horse and carnage. Don t forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY,. Sign Painting—J. C. Beatty. Nobby neckwear end stylish hata, at Patterson's hat store. Grand jubilee concert at the A. M. E. church Monday night. Dr. Hollc way'a office tnthe Progress block, corner 4tb and Market streets. The Trade Palace IB showing: the handsomest line of carpets ever brought to the city. Adrain Rlohason will lead the Junior Prayer Circle this afternoon at the G. A, R. hall at 2:30 o'clock. The Otto Kraus stock waa appraised by some of our best business men, some lines as low as 80 cents on the dollar. "Bob" Carroll has lost two tine Irish setters and will pay $25 for Information leading to the conviction of the parties who poisoned them. Mr. Wise, now in the Eastern mar. kets, is sending lovely goods by each express for the Bie Hive. The latest ideas you can always find at the Bee Hive. Not a train that loaves Logansport but carries loads of bundles from the Kraus assignment sale. Our neighboring cities appreciate the opportunity. It you have corns, ingrown too nails or corn-bunions, call at the Tucker Houso or leave orders. Removal painless. Dr. Bailey will call at residence If desired. Madison Forkner, of Rlchland township, Madison county, was prostrated ,welvo weeks ago by paralysis of the stomach and bowels. Two weeks ago he ate his last substantial meal, and several times since the family and 'riends were summoned to his bedside, under the impression that he was dying. Nourishment, other than water, could not be administered. Jay before yesterday hia stomach and bowels suddenly resumed work, and Mr. Forknor is now rapidly con- •aloscing. Geo. Harrison. WANTED—GOOD WORKERS To Canvass Mitchell's Garment Cutting School. Jr0l ro h nRHS8^AKBRS'Alf» CITIZBKS: This system cuts the seamier E. MUcftell, 216 Third St.. Logansport, Indiana. Or, J. I*. RICHARDSON, State Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. WfVLKER & RfUJGH. <*20 BROrtDWttY, FOR ANYTHING YOU WrtNT IN SPRING STYLES. The citizens of Logansport know The Progress sells the fine goods and has the new style. They also know The Progress always do as they advertise. Bankrupt and assignees' sales of old shop worn goods don't fool this community any longer. The Progress Clothing Store is filled up with an array of goods that cannot fail to be appreciated when once seen. Our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, etc., are all brand new, the styles are the very latest, and for less money than you will have to pay at bankrupt and assignee's sales for their Old Style Suits, Hats and Furnishings that are OLD enough to VOTE, and it needs but a visit to our store to convince you that The Progress is the clothing store you are looking for. The Progress Clothing Store, Cor, Market and 4m sts. Logansport, Ind. The WeaHier Today— Quite with hail fhowrrs. YOUR NAME IN EVERY HAT WE SELL WITH GOLD LETTERS FREE OF CHARGE. OUR HATS ARE ALL NEW AND NOBBY AND CORRECT IN STYLES AND QUALITY. NEW NECKWEAR SHIRT MAKER, HATTER AND FURNISHER. John H. Miller car inspector in the Pan Handle louth yards is sick. Capt. Bottle, lumber purchasing: agent for the Pennsylvania system was in the city yesterday. Another horrible cataettopha oc, curred on tho Lehigh Valley Friday The engineer ot a freight train had stopped his engine at a telegrapt sta tlon for orders when the boiler ex ploded killing the fireman and two brakemen. Tho engineer who was in the office was unharmed. The entira crew were new men and had taken the place of strikers last November. William H. Spenco, of Harlford City, was given a wrong ticket by the station agent, which the conductor of a Lake Erie & Western train refused to accept. Spenco then offered the regular fare In cash, but the conductor demanded ten cents extra, falling to pay which Mr. Spenco was ejected from tho train. Mr. Spence will sue the company for $ 10,000 damages. It is believed that tho change of time on the Pennsylvania lines out of Logansport announced today will raise objections in certain quarters. It is certain that the Legansport merchants will raise an objection to the very radical change on the State Lino road by which the evening west bound train is changed to leave here at an early hour In the afternoon. The State Line road is recognized as one of the most important feeders to Logans« port trade and for the railroad to change a train that has always been patronized as largely as any train out of here and compel the State Line trade to go elsewhere or transact business In a few hours at considerable personal Inconvenience to the visiting customers will be severely criticised. Of this change the Remington Press says: "This night train has run continuously, without varying in schedule time over ten or fifteen minutes, for over twenty years. It seems to ui that the new arrangements will seriously injure the local passenger traffic of the road. Aa to what difference it will make In onr mail facilities we can not as yet determine." Further concern- Ing the change the Goodland corre. spondentsays that "As we understand the new time card on the Pan Handle, it will now take Goodland people two days to go to Kentland and back by rail, while those fiom the nerth end of the county will require about four day*," _ TO BE BEDEDICATED TODAT. The Pint Presbyterian Chnrr.h Reopened for Blvlnc Worahlp »nd Pnbllc Pnri*e. Tho First Presbyterian church which has been beautifully rebuilt from the ashes to which it was leveled a year ago last January will be reded- ioated to the service of God today. The occasion will be made one of great rejoicing in the congregation. The greatly enlarged auditorium has just been completed and will surely bo filled at all the services today. Tho formal service of the day will consist of a sermon in tho morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. Dr. George S. Burroughs, president of Wabash College; at 2:30 in the afternoon there win be a congratulatory and praise service consisting of short addresses by tho resident and visiting clergy and tho reading of letters from former pastorp. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a sermon by Rov. Dr. Gharlei little of Wabash. An ExpreiRion of Thank", The managers of the Logansport Home of the Friendless hereby tender their thanks to the Lafayette Matinee Musical for their kindness in giving the enjoyable and highly artistic concert this evening for the benefit of the Home. In extending their jjratuitoui services for the cccasion the member* of the musical have demonstrated their open hearted liberality in aiding a worthy and charitable object for which they deserve due credit and praise. The managers of the Home feel deeply indebted to eald organization and hope they may continue their useful and beautiful career for many years to come. Beware •>( Him. A fellow !• canvassing the city and county In the interest of a maple syrup Institution. He has sold some of hit BtufI to Logansport people and It hat proven to be just the contrary to what he represented it to be. The Journal knows tho names of several persons who have been duped and it warns Ui readers to be careful. Buy your maple syrup of people whom you know to be responsible. There is a w»y of putting eugar and hickory bark together so as to give a flavor of maple syrup to it and this Is the stuff that Is being eold for the genuine. A Good Word for the Hew»p«i|>*r. At a recent business convention Go?ernor Francis of Missouri, who is in a position to know whereof he speaks, paid tribute to the local newspaper as follows: "Each year the local paper gives from $5»0 to $5,000 in free linen to the community in whicn It is located. N« other agency can or will do this. The editor, in proportion to his means, deei more for his town than any other ten men, and In all fairness with men he ought to be supported—not because you like him or admire his writings, but because the local paper is the best investment a community eaa make. It may not be brilliantly edited or crowded with thought, but financially it is of more benefit to the community than tho teacher or preacher. Understand me, I do not mean mentally or morally, but financially, and yet on the moral question you will find most of the local papers on the right side. Today the editors of the homo papers do the most for the least money of any people on tho lace of the earth." _ Delphi Tonne Peeple El«»». Lafayette Courier: Earl B. Walker and Miss Fannie Storecamp, the Delphi eloper§, left the city last evening on the Lake Eric passenger train, bound for Illinois. They were determined to be married somewhere; and as Tippecanoe county held out •• inducements, they have fled from 1U boundaries. They are Intent on pre- curlng a license somewhere, get »ar, ried, and enjoy themselves t« the full extent of tho law. Furthey developments will be awaited In this city with a great deal of interest. Everybody will want to know how soon thwe skirmishes In the warfare of Love will lead to the enemy's rout and rUtory undisputed. Dr. Irene rr*F«H»« fer Tr»»Me. Rochester Sentinel: Secretary Irons of the county and city boards ef health, has just supplied hit oBoe with a lot of contagion flags to use IB. labeling house* where there are «•• tagious diseases. One style li klack and contains the word, "cholera" In large white letters. Another U red and is marked "small pox." Diphtheria and scarlet fever flags are fcotb. yellow and all are conBpiomus enough to make a very distinct danger signal. _ Look: at the new goods that are being opened dally at tho Trade Pal. ace. See the crowds. i

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