Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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We Are Showing Today a Complete Line of BLOUS STS And WRAPPERS. Our Prices the Lowest, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY. PITS. PHIS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 1C. ;v If you are going to use any Paints COME AND 8B3 MK I keep the largest and best stock of Paint tad Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I make a specialt of this line of goods aud am in a shape to sell you any thing in the line for less money than is is possible for my 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, SOS Fourth St. LOG ANSPORT, IND. BEFORE. . AFTER. I have taken the agenoy for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have « fall stock of the goods In sight. These protectors are guaranteed to give protection to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ana have them ready to supply our customers on demand. We handle nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all of our old stock has been burnt, our customers may rest assured that they will get fresh, clean goods. We have a full variety of Garden and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Carriage Goods, and a full line of Turf and Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything that goes with a horse and carriage. Don t forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY, Circus today. Now hats at Patterson's. The council meets tonight. "in—in—in—in—iii-in." See the bargains In gloves, laces and hosiery.—Trade Palace. Cool underwear, cool shirts, cool hats, at Patterson's new hat store. Last number of the Marie Burroughs art portfolio now ready. Secure it at once. John Holland, the plumber, haa ac- oepted a position with John J. Hildo- brandt. Call at the Trade Palace today and get special prices on shirt waists, wrappers, parasols and umbrellas. The most comfortable people are those who wear our cool underwear , and shirts.—Patterson, the shirt maker. The marvelous success of Hood's Sarsaparllla-is based upon the corner, stone of absolute merit. Take Hood's throughout the spring months. Rev. Douglass I. Hobbs read a paper on the subject of "The Hector and the Sunday School Relation" at a Sunday school Institute at Grace Cathedral at [ndlanapolle on Monday. The ladles of tho Trinity Church will serve dinner and supper on circus day in tho vacant building on Broadway, oppoaite Murdock Hotel. Come and get a square meal for 25 cents. Post F., T. P.A. will go to tho State jonvention at Lafayette Saturday morning on a special made up at Fort Vayne arriving here at 7:50. The members of Post F. will go en masse. Mrs. John McLaughlin died at her home In Clinton township, Monday morning at 6 o'clock aged 45 years, 'he funeral was held from tho Pleas.. ,nt Hill church yesterday afternoon, ,t 2:80 o'clock, services conducted by lev. T. S. Freeman, pastor of the hristian church. Interment was made In the Pleasant Hill cemetery. TO LAY THE CORNEK STONE. ITIuionlc Committee* on tlio Cerc- monlcH Attcuillui; the JLavluK of the CornerB&tonc of the New High Htliool Itulltllnic. Tho committees appointed from the several Masonic; bodies for tho purpose of laying the corner stone of the city high school building on June 5th, 189-J, mot at Orient Lodge hall yesterday morning and effected a permanent organization by electing J. E.Redmond chairman, and J. B, Winters secretary. The following committees were appointed: On Organization—J. L. Unville, Thoa. Reed, Eli Grcensfelder, J, C. Cockburn and Samuel Holvie. On Invitations—J. E. Redmond, J. B. Winters, J. M. Johnston, Geo. K. Marshal and Chauncey Custer. On Recaption—Isaac Sbidelor, J. M. Johnston, Eli Greonsfender, Harry Frank, Thos. Reed, A. J. Robinson, Robt. Whltscti, D. H. Chase, J. £. Redmond. Chauncoy Custer, Joseph L'.nville and J. B. Winters. On Decoration—R. B. Whitsott, H. Frank. A. J. Robinson, Wm. Uhl, E. F. Keller and Joe Wilor. On Music—H, C. Cushman, J. M. Johnston and Isaac Shadier. 0n Transportation—C. E. Johnston, Tbos. Myers and Cot Burnett. On the Press—E. T. Parker, B. F. Louthain and J. C. Nelson. Chief Marshal of tho day—D. H. Chane. The meeting adjourned to meet at Tipton '.odge hall Thursday morning at9 o'clock. All members of tho above committees please take due notice and be present at that meeting. J. B. WINTERS, Secretary. THE PROG HESS. rSCRHTEST CLOTHING We show the Largest Line of Clothing of any hou><- in the citv. Onr Men's Business Suits at $10 are winners, unO our §12, $15 and $]s Dress Suits, Long Cut Sacks iiud Frocks is without doubt the pri-atest ollVr pver iua.de. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress C Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. DR. RUPTURE CURE NOTT INNANAPOLIS. uu THE MiTlNEE RACES. An Interesting Nerlea of Race* attlio OrlYlua Park Yeiterdny Afternoon. Quite a crowd assembled at the Driving Park yesterday afternoon to witness the first of the promised series of matinee races arranged by the enthusiastic horsemen of the city and county. The races proved quite interesting, and the initial mooting gave promise of more Interesting meetings to follow. The following records were made: First race— Gentlemen's roadsters, trot or pace. Half mile heats, best two in three. For horses owned in Logansport and Casa county. Prize, fine lap robe. Crflgnn's' Oliver Muc ...................................... 1 1 Webster's "Col. GouM" ................................ '1 :* "Francis M" ................. .................. 3 2 BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPOK!' 1S'>, ST. K!/.H> '*! :;•,' 'L\G PEKRY WALTAIAN, M. U., Medical D:i-c- •-. Rupture'permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may bo others who advertise the cure 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. Sooond race — For horsoa eligible to the 2:50 class, trot or pace. Half mile heats, two In three. Purse $35. F. A, DjrkPmnn's "Kitty Plato" ........................ 1 1 Geo. Harrison. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES a OHEftP flND COMPLETE. COME IN ftND SEE THEM- WfVLKER & RflUOH 420 Broadway. IN NEED m-- >&;* • • Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes and everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE The Weather Circus Weather. CIRCUS OR NO CIRCUS WE ARE ALWAYS BY GIVING YOU BARGAINS IN AND UNDERWEAR SHIRT MAJttB, HATTXB AMD FURNISHER, Criitnuton's Mure ......................................... ' Time -LlWj. This was followed by an interesting exhibition half mile between Capt. Hardy's "Coleridge" and "Brennan." Tho horses were driven by G. D. Ouster and Ed Hardy and came under the wire with "BrennanV nose ahead. It was a fine close race. The last quarter was marie in 38 seconds and the last furlong In 1C seconds. G. D. Custer drove his "Madge W" an exhibition half mile In 1:11. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirrinc; incidents of that time have not been forgotten by the Why trout'*! Why don't fishermen toll the truth? Why don't everybody take the Jou' nal? Why don't John Dewenter get married? Why don't the citizens pave Fourth street? Why don't you get tho World's Fair Portfolios? Why don't Mike Mahoney furnish his house? Why don't Henry Hubler open up a marriage record? Why don't Democratic Congressmen resign and go home? . Why don't the band boys commence their summer concerts? Why don't they commence improv ing the McTaggart block? Why don't they make everybody comply wllh the cement sidewalk or. dinanoo? A New Tfpe Netting Machine. Dr. J. E. Taylor of Richmond ha§ a one-fourth Interest in a type settlrjf machine which Gen. Thomas Heath has been perfecting (or the past ten years. By means of the machine the touch of keys in the key-board impresses matrix material, forming any line or number of lines, which may be needed. The matrix oan be mailed to any given point. The operator is able to «et 4,000 "ems" per hour. Each machine ia intended to carry six fonts, the change to either of which oan be made In throe seconds. Tr»Telen' FrotectlTe AuoelBtlon IfleetlnK at t,«r«7«tie, lud. On account of above meeting the Wabaih Railroad Co. will run a »pe- olal train to leave Loganaport at 7:50 a. m., May 19th. Tickets for this train only will be sold at rate of $1.10 tor the round trip. Tickets good returning to May 20th, Inclusive. • C. G. NKWBLL, Aft. BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who .^o gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising generation will never tire of the stories of might and valor performed upon the great batt'e fields of the south. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deeds set forth in an accurate and graphic manner to which a further beauty is added by the numerous half-tone photographic reproductions of-men and places of the time. This magnificent work can only be secured at the Daily Journal Portfolio Department, in week'y parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. PART 6 NOW READY.

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