Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 1, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 1, 1894
Page 8
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Sf\TURDflYSf\LE. Of\FES f\ND JfVGKETS. LOT NO, 1—Fine Cloth Capes $1.24. LOTNO.2--Fine Braided Broadcloth Capes worth $5.00 only I,OT NO. 3-- 3 F?n 8 e lace trimmed Broadcloth Capes worth $13.00 Alsoafulllins^f^ofre'silkCapesanda complete stock of Nobby Spring Jackets, Special Prices today. SCHAA1TT &.HEFFLEY PUTS. NIK I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Rinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SEE ME. I keep thelarge3t and best stock of Paints -sand Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty •of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you any- 'Shing in the line for less money than it is possible for <aay 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, 805 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORMNG-. APRIL 1. Spring- novelty drees goods at the Bee Hive. Kid gloves fitted to the hand, at the New Fashion storo. Ben Flsher'a Baklnjr Powder is the beat In tho world. Try it. Parasols in morie silks and latest colorings, at the New Fashion store. Ribbons, raoire and satin in greatest variety, at the Bee Hive. Prices the lowest. Walter Dixon will lead the Junior Prayer Circle today at the Broadway Presbyterian church. Wash dress goods In better assort- ment'and at lower prices at the Bee Hive, than anywhere else. Number 8, of tho World's Fair Art Portfolio, has been received and can be secured at this office tomorrow. William T. Stead's book • 'If Christ came to Chicago" is having a groat run. A few copies yet at the Journal office. Ladles who are lovers of art could spend an hour or two rery pleasantly In our millinery department, at the New Fashion store. The latest and neatest valuable improvement in a piano IB a transposing ley board, enabling tho performer to play in either the standard Inter, national or the concert pitch without change of key. J. C. Bridge has in stock an assortment of the Bush & Gert's pianos, and Invitee musicians and all Interested In pianos to call at his place, 410 Broadway, to sea and ;eat their wonderful Improvements and superior merits. A STRANGE EPIDEMIC. Lafayette Worried Over» Remarkable Slate ot Attain. The Brewing Company on Thursday emptied 600 barrels of slightly stale beer into Eel river. Nothing more was thought of it until this morning when the following telegram was received from Lafayette. LAFAYETTE, IND., April 1, '94. Special to the Journal, A most singular condition exists in this city. Last evening one of the most prominent temperance workers after drinking a glass of hydrant water—wo use Wabash river well water — commenced throwing the furniture out of tho window and wound up by whipping his wife. A farmer living oast of here states that his lambt), as soon as they drank from the Wabash, went to gamboling while & Eon of his who took a drink of Wabash river water was found putting nickels in tho coffee mill under the impression that it was a nickeWn-the-slot machine. One prominent citizen of this city surprised his family by say, ing "Fill 'em up again" at the dinner table aftor drinking a glass of water and another told his wife to '-put that on tho slate" after swallowing a glass of hydrant water. Tho police have been kopt busy this evening running .n "plain" and "highly decorated" and tho end is not yet- Down at the river the bass arc drinking like fish, and the suckers are sitting on shore singing, "We won't go home 'till morning." No aucb epidemic has ever struck this county and the ablest physicians are unablo to account for ,t. THE CURRIER. Attention Ladle* of the GAR. You are hereby notified that at our regular meeting Tuesday. April 3d, delegates will be elected to the con- entlon which has been ordered to convene at Lafayette, Wednesday April 4th '94 for the purpose of organ- zing a State department of our order. A full attendance is earnestly desired. MBS. S. A. DILLIB, President. Notice W. C, T, U, The members of the Woman's Chris- Ian Temperance Union will meet at he residence of Mr. I. N. Crawford at o'clock Monday evening to arrange or the dinner. A full attendance of members will be necessary.' Notice. The Junior Prayer Circle will hold heir meeting at the Broadway Pres- yterlan Church at 2:80 o'clock, in- tead at the G. A. R. Ha.ll as erctofore. V. F. S. C. S. Entertainment. A very delightful and enjoyable social was fflven by the Y. P. S. C. E. Wednesday evening at the beautiful home of Mrs. W. D. Owen. One of the features of the evening were tho pantomime numbers given by Miss Ida Virginia Smith—the Delsarte artist—of Lafayette. She gave for the first number "Nearer my God to Thee", the beautiful sentiment of the familiar lines being expressed in the most artlsti* and refined manner. Her second Interpretation was of the quaint Scotch ballad, "CornIn Thro the Rye," the charming sentl ment of this ever popular song being given with coquetry and remarkabl grace. She was ably assisted by Mrs. Krels vocalist, and Mr, Powell, accompan ist. The music rendered by tho man dolin club was Indeed fine. A Scrivener. Mr. James T. Bryer, being unable in these times to contrive or Cnd any thing else he can do offers his services to tho public as a writer, and for the present will give his attention and best efforts to composition for public or private use, including anything in that line from a love letter to a political speech or a lecture, essay or any current topic. Expecting in the near future to add notarial business and typo writing In an office to bis plan of operations, he may in the mean time, be found at home or somewhere on Fourth street. An Intereitlnic Merle* of Sermon* We observe in the subject announced for today in the several pulpits of the city, that Dr. Marsh of the Baptist church will preach in the evening on "Bible Teaching as to Physical Death." We understand he will follow this on next Sabbath even Ing by a discourse on "The Intermediate state of the soul between the death and resurrection of the body." If his studes have any help or light on such subjects, many are interested to know. _ BUhop Knickerbocker mt Trinity Church. The Rt. Rev. D. B. Knickerbocker, D. D., of Indianapolis, will make his second Episcopal visitation to Trinity church today and will preach and administer the Apostolic Rite of Con-' formation to a class of over twenty persons at the evening service. Notice. My wife having left my bed and board, I give notloe that I will no longer be responsible (or debts con - tracted by her. R. E. MIXESELL. A Challenge. Editor Journal: Mr. Frank Lytle has stated to one of the throe parties who rode from Deer Creek, to Logans- sport, a distance of ten miles in 24 minutes that they never did It and he bad f 10 to forfeit that he can ride the same distance faster than any other bicycle rider in Logansport. I wae one of tho three 24 minute men and I am willing to back that time up under the same circumstances, any time that proves favorable. I will also accept Mr. Lytle's challenge to ride over the same road for $10 or more to be taken up in merchandise at J. D. Ferguson's clothing etoro, as I will not ride for cash but will say "The way to do it la do It on a Steam's. CHAS. GRANT. The Weather Today and pleasant.. SPRING 1894. loys' and Chi '8 Our line of Sack Suits for young men surpass all our previous efforts. The are vperfect and the prices to suit the times. Full Little 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 right prices. We always- remember the boys. The Progress [HE PROGRESS 5 •• Logansport's Greatest Clothing House. New Spring Styles in Clothing. YOU ARE ALWAYS CERTAIN TO BE DRESSED IN THE HEIGHT OF STYLE If you buy your Spring Clothing at THE PROGRESS. 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 stock is brimful of bargains. Good clothing was never so cheap as now. The Progress Clothing Store Corner Fourth and Market Sts., Logansport, Ind. SPRING 1894. s! 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. Our 50c Neckwear hasstruck the popular ; ancy. The tastiest ine both in shape and pattern ever shown in his market. Agents for the Manhattan and Monarch shirts, the best fitting shirts made. The Progress

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