Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 12, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 12, 1894
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We Are Showing Today a Complete Line of STS And WRAPPERS. Our Prices the Lowest. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY. PITS. PITS. PIE I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Rinds of Paints If you a re going to use aiiy Paints COME AND BEE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty of thia line ot goods and am iot a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for Hiy 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, 805 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. BEFORE AFTER. our avr Seeds for the wason of 1894. ana have them ready to sup- Carriage Goods, Sporting Goods, that goes with a., forget the old place (3p T^«T **••*" »«^ Geo. Harrison. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES B OHEflP flND COMPLETE,, COME IN flND SEE WfU-XER & RflUCH 42O Broadway. IF IN NEED Get your Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes and everything you need In the printing line at the ( JOURNAL OFFICE •'. ' • y:./'.yV^,.' '% : '•'.•' ••' -. •;•'> DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 12. "111—111—111—111—111—111." See Walker & Ranch's women's low shoes. Seo the bargains today in shirts at the Trade Palace. Sse Walker & Rauch's men's tan shoes at popular prices. Turkey for lunch at the Midway restaurnt today. "Tug of War" never rip knee panta made by Harry Frank, 25 cents up. New parasoli and umbrellas In all shades at lowest prices, at the Trade Palace. Patronize the manufacturer of his own clothing and save at least 20 per cent,—Harry Frank. Gas atook subscribers have too good a thing in sight to be lax In the payment of their subscriptions. Notice the Sunday bill of fare at the Vendome in another column. A first class dinner will be furnished. The AssUrity Nursery Co., Geneva, N Y., want some good salesmen. Big wages' to the right men. Write them for terms. A good girl wanted, good cook, must come well recommended. Good wages —Mrs. 3. M. Closson, No. 216 Eighth street. Rheumatism racks the system Ilka a thumbscrew. It retreats before the power of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which purifies the blood. White County Democrat: Sam Calloway was circulating a subscription paper here Tuesday for the aid of the family of Herbert Gibson, who was drowned. It was liberally signed by our people. The pluck and perseverance of the citizens in the organization and promotion of the new ga« company have been complimented all over the conn- try Surely these citizens will not fall under the test of the pocket book and prompt payment of subscriptions, The Weather Today—Clear and warm. STIFF HATS ALL FITTED NICELY TO YOUR HEAD. NEW NECKWEAR SHIRTS IN GREAT VARIETY THE INJUNCTION DISSOLVED. Br Judtre illcConnell>« Deeiilon The City mar Proceed With It* Electric Light Project. The decision of Judge MoConnell In the Injunction suit of Chaa. S. Knight vs. the city of Logansport was heard In the circuit court yesterday morn Ing. By this decision the court dissolves the restraining order prevent Ing the city from putting in its own electric light plant as per contract lei at a recent meeting of the council and the city will probably proceed at once to carry out the contract. The grounds upon which the In junction suit was brought were that the olty had no power to create a further debt In erecting the contemplated and contracted electric light plant. The court held that by the terms ol the contract no additional debt would be created and dissolved the Injunc tlon. The plaintiff gave notice that an appeal would bo taken to the supreme court. A FoolUhllnlabaloo. The hullabaloo raised about voting gad stock or gas stockholders would be rather amusing if it were not so evidently malicious. There Is not a particle of foundation In fact for It, or justification for it on any line of sensible reasoning. At the election Tues. day evening the teat vote shows one hundred and sixty yeas and eighty nays In the vote cast by stockholders, and 1.427 shares against 485 fihares. Thus the result was overwhelming under both methods of voting. Considering the number of stock subscribers, over eighteen hujdred, it is more than probable that any vote taken on any Important matter would result similarly both ways. At any rate there Is an ample security In their number to small stockholders, and they can easily afford to gl»e stock Investors their lawful and universally conceded right to vote their Shares. The members hold their stock aa consumers and very little of .1 can ever get upon the market as an investment. If enemies of the new jas company Intend to fight the company let them come out boldly and manfully Instead of dodging and sneak- .ng cowardly behind false pretences. A BIX New England Blaze. The village of Norway, near Portland, Me,, which was practically destroyed by fire on Wednesday, the oee aggregating a half million dollars, was the old home of Mr. Henry Tuck- or and bis family resided In and held valuable Interests in the burned portion, and likely suffered much loss. He ias heard nothing deffiolta f»om them but expects a letter today setting out the losses Incurred by them. The dis. patches Bay that seventy-two dwelling louses, including homos of all the merchants and professional men, were turned, and hundreds of people were 'orced to flee from their houses, leaving everything to the mercy of the fire. Many people were badly Injured )y falling timbers and several are supposed to have met death. At midnight mothers were hunting for children and children for mothers, while a relief committee, which has been organized by citizens, was aiding the authorites In providing quarters 'or the homeless and caring for the njurod. Brother* Brrne. "Eight Bells" will be presented by Brothers Byrne who have no peer on ,he pantomimic stage at the opera louee Monday night. Brothers Byrne have completed the new material for this season's produc- ;lon and It is wonderful. There has been an outlay of over $15,000. They have left nothing undone and have undoubtedly the beat and most com- glete pantomimic comedy on the stage. [ts fake hoses, trick wagon, rooking and eventually revolving ship. Its octopus, to aay nothing of a long Hat of startling machine effects, make this nautical pantomimic comedy a genuine stage wonder. So true to nature is the rolling of tha vessel that one can, without much stretch "I the Imagination, feel themselves on the ocean. _ Oil to Republican!. Alt Republicans interested In attending the Congressional Convention at Hammond on the 24th ln«t., are requested to meet at the Council Chamber, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, to consider the matter of securing a special train for that day. The Pennsylvania Company has promised a special train and low rate of $2 for the round trip if 200 fares are assured. Thli meeting la called to get an expression from delegates and others who will attend, to ascertain how many will signify their Intention of going to Hammond.- Come i ut. all. COMMITTEE. One Great Merit Of that beautifier of the teeth, SOZO DONT, is that Its effect upon the month If refraining, while M a means of oltanslng the teeth, and Improving THE PROGRESS. The Largest and Best Lighted Clothing* House In the City of Logansprt. And with the Greatest and Grandest Stock Ever Shown In NORTHERN INDIANA. When It Comes to Prices we have No Opposition. Come In and Test the Truth of This Statement. A. C. BRYCE. Tte Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORT, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupturo permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. • 'There mmy be others who advertise ihe cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rapture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO BATTLE! We of today tever tire ot the tales of glory in T hich our fathers figure— ^!es thirty years old at «t We wish that we A been there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book \Ve can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fight the battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STORJT OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS. NARRATIVES OF MESf WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC.

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