Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 6, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 6, 1894
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Cloak and Cape Sale. « sale tomorrow at prices that you mil be glad to see. Be on hand early and get 5rat choice, SGHM1TT & HEFFLEY PILLING & WHITE, Offer you the following bargains for THIS WEEK. 75c buys Boys' and Youths' Teal Calf Lace Shoes, s:/es i1 to 2 This shoe is sold for $1 25 elsewhere. 90c buys the fame shoe in boy&' sixes 3 to 54r, worth 95c1>uys Men's Veal Calf Congress. You cannot buy it next week for lees than SI 50. _ _ 99c buys Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Shoes. Uus is is our regular $1 50 shoe. ftl 47 buva Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid Button Shoes, We usually sell th's shoe for $2 50 and arc closing them out. Do not fail to attend this sale. You can save from 60 to $1.00 on every pair ycu buy. PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. HINTS. PUNTS. PITS. \ 3 AM HEADQUARTERSZOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND BEE MB I keep the largest and best stock ot faints mad Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty hteSw ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you any- in the line for le» money than it is possible for competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, 80S Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 6. "Hamlet" tomorrow night. • A good Brussels carpet for '35 cents, at the Sow Fashion store, The best and .handsomest store in Loganaport—The Bee Hive. Secure your seat; for the Whiteside engagement tomorrow night. -• Attend the carpet and matting sale this week, at the Trado Palace. /Good straw matting for 10 and 15 couts, at tho New Fashion store. ,,'Stevenson & KUnsick carry all the now styles in Oxford tlo slippers. Will O'otncha'n will start hia new steam launch on Eel river above the dam today. •''Hanna for screens. Wo can't bo under sold—d 0 or and hinges complete delivered free. New and nobby neckwear for ladles chlmisote shirt fronts, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. See Stevenson & Kllnslck's show windows for all the late new styles in shoes & slippers, Hosiery and underwear, finest line ever shown now at the Trade Palace. Low prices prevails. -Why'not sell you your underwear and shirts when wo carry the biggest stock in the city of these goods. —Patterson. See our new brand of queensware, it is the best and cheapest. Don't be misled ours is the cheapest.—C. M. Hanna. the Boo Hive will make another and still greater attack on to bo demolishing of all records on small wares tomorrow. A song at>d gospel mooting will bo bold in tho R. Ii. Y. M. C. A. this afternoon at 3 o'clock conducted by Marion Swadenor. All man are cordially invited. /Many compliments are paidtoWiler Wise, of tho Boo Hive, both for having tho handsomest storo and keeping the best selected stock of goods in the State. P.'0f. W. W. Sharp of Eolier, Mo., and Miss Carrie Ida Gamble, of Frankfort, Ind., wore married yesterday morning in Trinity church, the Rev Donglaee I. Hobbg officiating. The young couple left Immediately for the bride's home in Frankfort. The Journal wishes them a long life ol happiness, peace and prosperity. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The Dr. Niooll. Sana said recently that there had system. ThoO LOGANSPORT MEMCAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE *xz l s^3ttJ£z CoiulUtlon free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LOHGENECKER, 417 MABJCET ST. The Weather Today—Clear and cold. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR ASSORTMENT OF SHIRT WAIST MATERIAL? W E MAKE THEM TO ORDER. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER, NEW COLORS IN HATS. rr/ Tho Clans ol' >1M, Louauiinort School, ProimrliiB to Pu» the Annually Obtruded Peabx. Friday June S has been named ab tho dato of tho annual commencement of the graduating class of the Logans- jort High School. Tho class this ;ear, as in eo many years past, la almost ontiroly made up of girls, only one boy,Earl 13. Chappelow, out of the original ciass having linishod tho course. The themes have been selected and the program for tho commencement exercises outlined. Unless there be some changes between now and the time the program is given to' the printer the class themes will bo _. follows: Tlie Mission of Pot-try Bortlia Reed iul'ey u7LlT,"ii"(it'u<Jy.'» ' toilsy .lusiicft oyn-'iice in Pot'U'y t ...,.,,,,.ijdii<t Louis :ue Holy Hnill, a study Eiirl OIiiiplH-lojv [i^fllntJ. u sUHl3'.......,.•-..-..•• LPJlll "VVull u »iliiini inn! Hi-ull.siii in Poetry M:n; Martin Mllis Slimdlsh, :i dmm:i KiTlliii slmtci 1 .'lie Kutum uf Ameriwiu i'oKry Cum Walters Tueso class numbers will be inter-parsed with music and tho usual in- Mental features. Tho faculty, has not yet been ablo 10 determine who will deliver the annual address. They ,ro making an effort to secure for his important part of tho program ho distinguished services of Prof. itanley Coulter of Purduo University That such a selection would be pecu- iarly Citing; IB apparent when it is emombei-od that Prof. Coulter was for a number of years principal of tho Loganeport High School. A now feature of school entertainment will bo introducd this year in ho way of an entertainment given at ho high school in the morning of ommencemont day by the pupils of he eighth year grade who will have passed tho high school examination. ?he teachers are now preparing a pro gram for this feature o' the day and .9 there will bo a hundred of more in his clasa an entertainment of much nteiest is assured. The commencement exerciies will be held in the evening at the opera souse. To obviate the dangerous and listractlng crowd that attended the exercises at tho same place last year t has been wisely decided to charge an admission feo of ton cents which it a thought will havo tho effect to suf~ ficlently limit the crowd that those directly interested and those holding eats can secure admission to the house and not be compelled to turn away or endure tho suffocating and dangerous crush of lust year. The ,en members of the class and the •cbool officers and teachers will re- coivo a limited number of tickets for personal and complimentary distribution and it is believed that tho public will appreciate the admission fee 'eaturo for tho general public as it will kiep away many who crowd in out ot idle curiosity or because an opportunity is presented to sit in the .heatre free and not through any real desire to listen to the class exercises. The class of '94 is composed of a bright and energetic set of young- people who are in the moat hopeful period of their lives and the Journal aopes in advance that the coming jlass exercises may prove to be pleasant and successful in every detail, as an omen of the success in life of tho Individual class members. BOLD BURGLARS. Tramp« Enter the IlcHldcnccB ol Cfor Towimhlp Citizen* and Purloin Small Amount* ofMoncr. About 4 o'clock Friday afternoon while the families of B. ». Scott and his eon Bruce, two well known farmers of Clay township, woro absent from homo their residences were entered by burglars and all the loose cash was abstracted, which fortunate* ly happened to be not much. At the borne of B, D. Scott $11.20 was secured while bis son lost but $G 50. At both places systematic searches for valuables were made, drawers were ransacked and pockets ol clothing were searched but nothing excepting tho money was taken. Neighbors of the Scotts believe it to have been the work cf two tramps who were seen skulking around the premises. They describe them as being about thirty or thirty.flve years old, the ore short and stout with sandy hair and the other rather tall, both shabbily clad They disappeared after the robbery and have not been seen ainco. Small Pox in (he State. Secretary Metcalf, o( the State Board ol Health, returned Irom Fulton county yesterday, where he investigated the small pox epidemic, There we twelve cases in Fulton county, four in Marshall county, two in Pulaski county and one in Wayne county. They originated Irom ft o»ae near Kewanna. The patients have been quarantined, but on acoount o tho number ol exposure! it is dlfficul to determine whether or not the dl8 ease ii under control. • The Bee Hire for (freatest variety o duoksuiti and ladiet 1 waits and chemi- sette :.-.'. Men's Spring Suits. Tne Choicest ana Most Fashionable Fabrics, The Very Latest Styles. Its a chance if tbo very best merchant tailor in town will make you as Rood, and a certainty that we'll furnish just RB good workmanship, just as rood'material for less than half tbo price. >Ve can fit any figure, suit any aste. ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. Tlie Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts,, Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. B LUNCH OFFICE LOGANS POUT, IND.. ST. ELMO BUILDING PKRRY WALT MAN, M. I)., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. .'There may 58 others who advertise the euro of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever tho Dr. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO BATTLE! We of today tever tire of the talc- of glory in which our fathers figure- tales thirty years old at that We wish that we had beeri there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fiht the battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book A STOR1T OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND nWA COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MBS WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB, SERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BV NEARLY 2 nnn MAGNIFICENT ,000 ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. flaest coated paper and no expense will be apared to make it and valuable work on the war ol the Rebellion. moat fc^.^

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