You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana DO YOU KNOW That we are the largest dealers in Ladies Misses and Childrens outside wraps in the city Such Is The Case The larger the assortment the easier to be suited Come and look through our Mammoth Stock and learn our prices Plushes will be higher later in the season so buy early Sehmitt Heffley A FAREWELL RECEPTION D FINE JOB PRINTING 217 FOURTH ST TO THE LADIES WHO HAVE BEEN Taking Cooking Lessons ljfvSqubbs Baking SocTa Cream Tatar in Original package brought irom the factory and warranted strictly pure Also a full line of uul flavoring absolutely pure and superiorstrength BEN FISHERS CITY DRUG STORE m FourthSt Wo will be pleased to give you samples Daily Journal SATURDAY MORNING OCT 18 R S Carriage Painter shop over Stouffers Carpenter shop on fifth street Al1 Work Warranted To Give Satisfaction R 1 5 O sell you Ladies Fine utton Shoes Our stock of winter goods is complete WALKER RAUCH New Silverware New Diamonds New Jewelry New Watches New and Elegant goods and New Prices All goods engraved Free JDTAYLOR 4O9 4th Street When yon want au Elegant Overcoat Made o Ordrryou will Save Money by calling P J HOOLEYThe 323 Pearl Street Come to the Golden Rule for nobby misses jackets Buy a new hat of Dewentcr the Hatter today See the new hosiery and gloves at the Trade Palace The best line of jackets in the city at Sehmitt Heffleys For fl5Qf good ladies fine button shoes Walker Ranchs Rev Cyrus Price of liomncy is visiting friends in the city Double width ladies cloth at 25 cents per yard at the Golden Rule New York Comedy company at the opera house all next week Otto Kraus says to the ladies not to forget this Saturday evening The Local Assembly of the A F of L meets next Sunday at pm For rent a large commodious barn cheap Apply to 823 Broad way octldtf Sale of seats for the New York Comedy company opens this afternoon I p m Hon AV I Owen will speak at Logansport Saturday evening October 18th Miss Helen Vaughn with the New York Comedy Company at the opera house all next week See Dewenters the Hatter display of underwear as you pass by the handsomest windows in Hon Thos B Beed of Maine will speak at Logansport Mon day atternoon October 2Oth See the set of silver knives and forks at be given away by the New York Comedy company Miss Grace Barker returned yester day afternoon after a short visit in Kokomo the guest of Rev J E Ervin Look in Sniders show window and see the elegant dinner set to be given away by the NewTork Comedy com pany With two cheap boys suits this even ing Otto presents Shakespeares com plete works andWebsters great dic tionary Have you seen the beautiful bed room set at Ash Hadleys to be given awax by the New York Comedy company Every tissue of the body every nerve bone and muscle is made strong er and more healthy by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla 4 If you are not enough to have a small boy to take advantage of Otto Kraus offer Saturday evening bring a big and same conditions go Chr is Steckart a prominent citizen of Michigan City has been missing since Monday and it is feared that he has fallen into the harbor or has been made the victim of foul play Mr E C Wilson the hustling young advance man of the New York Comedy Company is in the city look ing after the interests of his company which will hold the boards at Dolans all next week Andy Welch is now completely set tled in his new storeroom and he has one of the neatest and compjetejt groceries in the State fra Mason is assisting him in supplying tlje wants of the inner man Miss Helen Vaughn the ehanning emotional actress who will play at Dolaas opera house all next week with the New York Comedy Co is mourning the death of her mother which occurred at Chicago this week County Superintendent Searight was not visable at his office yeetorday On inquiring as to the cause of his absence it was learned that he was at home rejoicing ovw the advent of a son and heir into his family The little stranger arrived Thursday night cd a Farewell Reception at tlie Vtmt Cliarcli A notably pleasant gathering was that ut the First Presbyterian church last evening in honor of Mr and Mrs John M Room two or the pioneer members oJ the church Mr Koons como to this county forty four years ago this month and is known to nearly every man in this city and county as an upright citizen an honorable man and a good neighbor For many years he has resided on his farm on top of the hill but ho and his good wife have grown weary of living alone on the old homestead and hav ing disposed of the old place will move next week to Springfield Mo whore they will reside with their daughter Mrs Mary Murden Mr Koons has been a member of the First Presbyterian church ever since he came here and for the past twenty five years has been an elder of the church 5 In view of the estimable old couples approaching departure from the city and the society of the church the mem bers of the church arranged a farewell reception for Mr and Mrs Koons which was largely by their friends and the good people of the First church in the lecture room of the church last evening A notable feature of the reception was the very elegant supper the ladies had prepared Many of the old songs were sung and the evening was given over to pleasant social inter course Mr and Mrs Koons passed through a hand shaking ordeal equal to a Presidents reception Heartfelt expressions of regret at their ap moachlng departure with sincere well wishes for their happiness in their new homo were heard on all sides The affair was one which will ever live in the memories of Mr and Mrs Koons HARRY FRANK Again to the Front ITHSIOO Desiring to continue showingour liberality we will repeat our Famous Annual Fall Drawing consisting of 2o prizes 1st Grand Prize 120 piece Dinner Set Rich 20 2d Grand Prize Fine Silver Watch j5i 3d Grand Prize Handsome Marble Slab Twentytwo Steel Engravings in Oak Frames Total 25 Prizes ST BRIDGETS FESTIVAL The FcKtl valor St BrldffCtx rimrcli In ProgrcwB at tlic Rink Every Purchaser of and upwards will rece a ticket for every dollars worth bought HARRY FRANK Be Sure L SOLIMANOS Ice Cream and Confectionery v Pearl Broadway Finest of Tropical Fruits always on hand Ice Cream Water Ices and Sherbets furnished lor parties Or picnics on short The festival given by the St Brid gets church in progress at the rink attracted another good crowd last night The display although as yet very incomplete is pretty and attract ive and when it is finished promises to form one of the most extensive and elegant displays ever made here at a similar exhibit The object of this fair is to add a substantial sum to the parsonage fund of the church The elegant new parsonage now being erected near the church on the West Side is drawing near completion and will make a very handsome residence for Father Kroeger whoso long residence in the city has endeared him not only to his parish oners but to the whole community He may be called the oldest settler among the clergy he having been in continuous service longer than any other resident clergyman He has been here for twentyseven years in active service and take an in the elegant new home he will have and to the completion of which the fund raised by this fair will he direct ed The festival will continue all next week and many interesting and entertaining will be added from day to day The U Wan Not Uecl vcd Well Here Michigan City News Senator Voorhees put his foot in it at South Bend last Saturday when ered a speech there The DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS B YOU GET THE WRONG SCtRTjfTTHE RIGHT ONES ARE CALLED Made only by GEO A PITTSBURGH Pft thesame one he has been he deliv spcech is delivering I Our Money Making Sche Our scheme is this for those who do not buy to save you money and to make some for There is pardon for a money making saves others money There is more than pardon if ji saves those money who need money most yl There is not a man so poor but he needs thing that is named below Tis on those things those same prices you money Best Sugar Cured Uncanvassed Hams fresh smofied pei lb man dealers charge Best Sugar Cured Shoulders Uncanvassed per lb at all of the places he has spoken this fall and in it he refers to the price of plows He did not think about South Bend being otie of the largest plow manufacturing centers in the world asJd cut loose with his speech He mfcde statements which nearly every person in South Bend knew were false because they are posted on plows When he found the effect his speech had he tried to lix the matter up by being interviewed by a newspaper the next day Mr Voorhees speech is evidently only calculated for ignorant communities Hon W Owen Will speak in Logansport Saturday evening October 18th at the opera house the rink being engaged His appointments this week inCass county are as follows Friday afternoon October 17th Altoner Friday evening October 17th Royal Center Saturday October 18th Logan sport See Ottos advertisement and ask for natural wool underwear at 75 cents and all wool stockings two for cents ltjwnre of Pneumonia Use at o e BAKERS PORK COD LIVEK Oil or BAKERS ycLSion The qenulne only OH Druggist Best Breakfast Bacon UncanvRSsed per lb Best Djpied Beef per lb Best California Hams Uncanvassed per lb SNOW BALL FLOUR in pink sacks per hundred This flour will please the most fastidious it is whiter than brand sold in the city Fancy Bananas per doz two sixes Fancy Lemons per doz Fancy Oranges per Broken Rice per lb Choice Hice per lb Fancy Rice per Mominey per The Best Paper Water Pail each An excellent 2 lb qjin Sugar Corn 3 lb can Fancy Tomatoes Granulated Sugar per lbs Standard Sugar per lb White Extra C Sugar per lb We have a multitude of lines and many things many people cannot afford Yet our prices are com parativelyaslowonthose Many things thaiyotbe keepwe sell at half the price that others ask you handel them to cut them of course but profit by it McCaffrey Co
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.