Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 31, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 31, 1894
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Sf\TURDf\Y Sf\LE. Gf\PES f\ND JACKETS. 3LOT NO. I—Fine Cloth Capes $1.24. LOT NO. 2--Fine Braided Broadcloth Capes worth $5.00 only $3.98. LOT NO. 3—-Fine lace trimmed Broadcloth Capes worth $13.00 only $8.50. Also a full lins of Moire Silk Capes and a complete stock of Nobby -Spring Jackets, Special Prices today. SGHMITT & MEFFLEY PITS. Ml IS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints GOME AND 3BS MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I make a specialty ttff this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you any- 'i&ing in the line for less money than ifc is possible for any competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity /of Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLJNG, BOB Fourth St. £OGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MOBNIKG. MARCH 81 New neckwear at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Don't miss seeing the Trade Pa'aco taday on dress (foods, hosiery and gloree. Styles absolutely correct in hate and men's furnishings, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Buy our fine $2 stoe and get Stod. dard'a Portfolio , of World's photographs free.—J. Q Swoetser. Do not fall to call at Murdock'e new shoo store, Market streat, and get a pair of his $2 or $2.50 men's dress shoes. J. E. Snell& Go's $5,000 well aa« sorted stock of notions will be Bold at auction today on Pearl street. Don't fall to attend the slaughter sale. A man can suffer more discomfort from an ill-fitting shirt than from a dozen orer-ripe clams. The olams don't come back to him every week from the laundry; your shirt ought to be a congenial companion; half your lie is lired in society. Our shirts are made to fit; we have a new spring line of fancy colored goods.—Dewenter, he Hatter and Furnisher. THE KNIGHTS AT LAFAYETTE. Lo*an*i>ort lined Their Lafayette Brethren To Deplcato The New Cattle Hal). Yesterday morning a large number of Logansport Knights ef Pythias do- parted for Lafayette to assist the Lflf- ayette Knights dedicate their fine new hall in the Wallace block at that place. The Uniformed Rank, commanded by Capt. Schaffor was accompanied by quite a party of the mem bers of the subordinate lodges. Lieut. Col. C. L. Woll was present In the party and took a conspicuous part in the day's proceedings. The Lafayette Knights had left nothing undone to insure the success of the celebration and their efforts were distinctly successful, The Lafayette Courier last evening said • 'the celebration Is a credit to the order, a pride to the city and a pleasure to all concerned." It was estimated that there were over a thousand visiting Knights In the city to help tho Lafayette Knights celebrate this moat notable and doubly significant day in the history of the order at that place, Tho day of tho j dedication was selected aa it was aleo the 30th anniversary of the organi/.a, tion of the society, and the double celebration was most fittingly carried out. The first and public feature was a parade which attracted much attention, of which the following was the ORDER OF MARCH. Mounted Foiled. Col. Eisralneer, Adu't Warner. Lafuyetta Military Band. New Richmond Band. Lafarette Division, No. 1, U. R. K. or P. Logan division, No. 211, U. R, K. of P. Craw/ordsvllle division, No, 82, F. B. K. of P. Ms). Gen. Carnlhnn and staff olflcerj In carriage". Subordinate Lodges. Immediately after the parade and review the Knights met at the rendered in a most pleasing style. This was followed by a grand ball which whilod away the hours of the night most merrily. The Logansport contingent returned at S o'clock this morning. That Three Cornered Hieing Circuit. Peru Journal: W. W. Dlmock, of Kokomo, a well known business man, together with others from that city, have made arrangements with the Peru managers to bring their horses here in a short time and commencing " | training on the Peru track for the racing campaign. The Logansport people wish to go In jointly to give the fall meeting. By this means, many good horses could not only be brought here to be trained, but it would also help to influence other horsemen to enter their hor8e^ in the races. The Kokomo gentlemen will bring thirteen horses and the Loganspori pooplo would briog fifteen head in addition to others that would be attracted here. «irrv« Klectiou and luspcctlon. At the regular meeting of the Logan Greys at tho Broadway Armory last evening the following officers were elected: Second Sorgt.— Ed. Hagenbuck. Third Sergt.—Geo. Morairlty. Fourth Sergt. — Harry FogJesong. Fifth Sergt.— Onus. Kirk. First Corporal—Fred Merrill. Second Corporal—Pat Pierce. Third Corporal—Joe Cabin. Fourth Corporal—Will B. Hawkins Following the election of officers there was held the regular monthly inspection and drill, Capt. Chase awarded the honor medals as follows: For neatest non.commissioned offl cer. George Morarity. For neatest private, Fred 6. Six. For best drilled man, Will Swig, art. A Tall Snake story. The greatest snake story comes from Hartford City. While a mason was dressing a stone for the new court houee ho split off a large fragment, in the center of which was a snake fourteen inches In length, of a milk-white color. To all appearances It had been dead for a thousand years and more, but after being placed In the warm sun It showed signs of life, while its color changed to brown. It was then placed In a glass jar, and kept alive by occasional applications of warm water. C. E. Boseker, contractor, and W. B. Former, county treasurer, are given as witnesses vouching for the truthfulness of this snake story. Have a new hat of Patterson, tho Haberdasher, for Sunday. new and elegantly decorated Castle Hall where the dedicatory services were held, supervised by the officers in charge. After this formal and Impressive ceremony, Mr. Geo. P. Haywood, master of ceremonies, made the ad- trees of welcome. This was followed by brief speeches, by General Carna ban, Chancellor Watson, Col. Ensmin- nger, Col. Woll and others. At 7 o'clock last evening the formal eremonles attending the installation f officers were conducted at the new mil, which was then turned into a cene of mirth and merriment. A oet entertaining program of choice musical and literary numbers was u. K. v. ra. c. A. All railroad men and their families are called to go to a social in the R. R. Y. M. C. A. rooms, Friday evening April 6th, 1S94. A good program and a good time ia promised. By order of WOMAN'S AUXILIARY-. P. S. This social is not a money making affair. Auction Sale. The J. E. Snell & Co , wholesale stock of notions on Pearl street, will be sold at auction in small lots to suit purchasers, commencing at 10 o'clock this morning and continuing until 10 night. ALBKRT JENKINES, Trustee. Three cases of new laces just opened, very latest styles out. Prices popular.—Trade Palace. Don't Ask : Any Questions BUT COMK QUIETLY TO OUR PLACE AND WE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR PRICES ARE POPULAR ON HATS AND Men s Furnishings SPRING 1894. leys' and Children's 'Our line of Sack Suits for young men surpass all our previous efforts. The are , perfect and the prices tfc© suit the times. for the Litlle Ones Our Children's department is full of new -designs. Suits that are full of snap and style. We know the boys want a New Suit for spring. We have what .you want and at the '•tight prices. We always remember the boys. -ir- THE PROGRESS, -H- Logansport's Greatest Clothing House. New Spring Styles in Clothing. *? YOU ARE ALWAYS CERTAIN TO BE DRESSED IN THE HEIGHTH OF STYLE If you buy your Spring Clothing at THE PROGRESS. SPRING 1894. OUR MEN'S CLOTHING FOR SPRING. The Exhibit is now ready and must be conceded the greatest showing of stylish attire that has ever been shown in the city of Logansport. Above all in variety, quality and style—below all in prices. You can't make a mistake in buying your Spring Suits from us, as it is impossible to select from our stock anything but a stylish garment. The LONG CUTAWAY FROCK SUITS and LONG SACK SUITS come in all the newest shades and patterns and are tailor made. No tailor has ever given better fitting clothing. We guarantee as perfect a fit as if made by the leading merchant tailor. Gentlemen, you want to come and see it. Our stoc k is brimful of bargains. Good clothing was never so cheap as now. lats! Hats! Correct Headwear, We are headquarters for all the new and popular styles in Hats, and for children our line of fancy Caps is unsurpassed. Give us a call. The Progress Clothing Store Corner Fourth and Market Sts,, Logansport, Ind. Our 50c Neckwear has struck the popular fancy. The tastiest line both in shape and pattern ever shown in this market. Agents for the Manhattan and Monarch shirts, the best fitting shirts made. The Progress

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