Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 17, 1894
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^ '^'^ygftK;*^?^^^ We Ai-e SfcowM£ Tciday i tSini plete Line of BLOUS STS And WRAPPERS. Our Prices the Lowest, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY. PITS. PITS. PlfS I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR Ml Rinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME SE3 ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. J make a specialty of this line ot poods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible far »y 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, 8O5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. BEFORE. AFTER. I have taken the agency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have * lull .tookoUbYtfoods In •!*»»*. These protectors are guaranteed to give protection to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for trie season of 1894, and have them ready to sup- Dly our customers on demand. We handle nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all Sf 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. " that goes with a forget the old place. Geo. Harrison. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES COME IN ftND SEE DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MOKNING, MAY 17. Natural tiun .llattcrn. Payments on gas subscriptions con- tlnued yesterday. Since the last publication a day or two ago the Journal notices the names of those who have paid as follows: Kudolph Berndt, Levi H. Brown, Daniel Mader, E. M. Howard, J, H. Walter, M. B. Morris, William Van Steinberg, John G. Gallagher, A. L, Maxwell and W. Harvey Greon. One ol the papers insinuates that the gas territory is worthless and demands that it bo shown up to the public. No doubt President Sheerin would like to know just where it jlays but the demand to show it up is the rankest Insolence. Two or three hundred business men raised $5,000 and bought this territory and it belongs to them. The new gas company can have it .at ooet if it. wants but until it accepts it .t is private property and Mr. Sheerin IBS no right to know anything about It nor to pry Into the matter. AB to the territory, however, Dr. Battery, who spent a week in the field laasUg it pronounces it the best n the gas belt. ADDITIONAL JLOCALS. .• ."-.! |. ' .. ,.in—iii—in—in—111—nr" Patterson, the shirt maker, carries he beet assortment of shirts. If you want a good selection of umn brellae and parasols, call at the Trade 'alace. Prepare for hot weather by getting in oool underwear ind shirts. —Paterson, the Haberdasher. • A ladies' 25-cent ribbed vest at 10 entseaoh this week, at underwear ounter.—Trade Palace. Mr. Earl M. Cook, secr»tary of the R. E, Y. M. C. A. o! thla city will jooupy the pulpit ol the Baptist huroh of this city Sabbath morning. 'here will bo no service in the even- 8 OHEflP COMPLETE.. THEM- WflLKER & RflUOH. 420 Broadway. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••I^^MHH *^SS£S^^^^^^^^^^ • •" IF IN NEED Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes and everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE .. A. telegrim io thd Inter OoMnfrotn Delphi give* the statement of • Mr. LandU concerning the Hammond matter. Mr. LandU was at Hammond at the time. The Inter Ocean special lays: Charles B. Landle, editor of the Delphi Journal, who la contesting vrith Judge William Johnston for the Republican nomination for Congress in this district, was asked today what he had to say about the alleged stealing of his train to keep hia adherents away from the Crown Point convention Saturday. Mr. Landla aald: "Wo engaged a special of the Erie railroad and paid {or it, the 'arrangement be- Ing that the train was to leave Hammond for Crown Point at 11:30 o'clock. Judge Johnson had also engaged a special, and his train was scheduled to leave at 10:30 o'clock. His train was held back until 11 o'clock, and when It pulled out It took our cars with it. The local, affont of the Erie Road wont to Crown Point on the Johnson train. One of my friends apoko to the agent about our train as the Johnson train was about to pu 1 out, asking him when it would bo brought up to,the station. "It is on the sidetrack right below the station, and will be backed up just as soon as this train pulls out," was the reply. He then boarded the Johnson train. Our train not appearing wo asked the men in the oHlce the reason. They said they knew nothing about any special train for Landis. They refused to telegraph the general offices of the Erie for us. They shut up like oysters, refused to answer any quos- tlors, and never hinted that the Crown Point train would return for us. We then adjourned to the opera house, and at 12:46, aftermost of our men had dispersed to their homes, the Erie agent sent word that the Johnston train had returned and was at our service. It was then fifteen minutes of the calling of the convention at Crown Point. We were eighteen miles distant, and the majority of our people had gone to their dinners. We had received no word that the convention would be held for us. ••I see that a special from Valpa. ralio to the Inter Ocean slates that 1 'the facts are that the friends of Judge Johnston engaged a train of five coaches to carry a delegation of 400 lo leave Hammond before noon. When the crowd arrived it was found that the train would not accommodate more than half the crowd, so four rr ore coaches were attached to the train, and were soon filled with men wearing Johnson badges.' "That is the truth exactly. The •four more coaches' that were attached were the Landis' coaches. They had been oald for by me. It seems totne that this admlsslcn by tome one who evidently "peaks lor Judge Johnston gives the oase aw»y. 1 'I am sorry thla thing occurred, but the Republicans of the Tenth District believe In fair play, and they will nominate me for Congress even though I did not get to Crown Point with my special train." Judge Johnston has on the other hand caused to be published the following affidavit: State of Indiana, Lake county ss: B. G Hover being duly sworn on oath sayB that he is the agent of the Chicago and Erie Railroad Company at Hammond, Ind.; that on the 10th day of May, I89a. the friends cf Judge William Johnston, candidate lor tne Republican Congressional nomination, engaged a special train of five cars from said railroad company to convey them to the convention held at Crown Point on May 12. 1894; that on the llth day of May, 1894, the frlenda of Hon. Charles Landie, also a candidate for the Congressional nomination engaged from said company » special train of three card to carry them to said convention; that tbo Johnston special was scheduled to leave Hammond at 11 a.m., and the Landis special was scheduled to leave Hammond at 11:30 a. m,; that when the friends of Judge Johnston assembled and boarded their train it was discovered that the train was not large enough to accommodate them, and they asked me for more oars, offering to ride in box cars or anything that would get them there, I wired the general offices at Chicago, and they instructed me to attach the Landis oars to the Johnston train and hurry to Crown Point; then return and convey the Landia crowd in the same car. I obeyed Instructions and the Johnston train left Hammond at 11:06 a. m., and returned and was placed at the disposal of Mr. Lan- and his friends at 11:26 p. m. Mr. Landls and hl« friends refused to take the train stating that It was too late to be of service to them. Non« of Judge Johnson's friendi asked me to (five them the Landis cars but only appealed to me to furnish them some means of transportation. They crowded the entire eight oars and a combination oar taken from a local then standing In our yards. B. G. HOVER. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of May. 1894. A. B. MILLEB, Notary Public. in Bo«<sr«' Bert lTea »nd Fork*. In order to reduce stock. Snider & Alber will sell until June 15, Rogers best No. 12 silver knives and forks at $3 per set of 6 kniyes and 6 forks. See the many new bargains In laoes, wash goods, l»wn«, batlsts and all kinds of summer dress goods, at the Trade Palace. f THE PROGRESS. LOGANSPORT'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE We show the Largest Line of Clothing of any house in the city. Our. Men's Business Suits at $10 are winners, and our $12, $15 and $13 "Dre»s Suits, Long Cut Sacks and Frocks is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORT, IX!)., ST. EI,MO BUlUMXtt PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may be others who advertise the cure o! Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rupture Cura Company a=sert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of that time hare not been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who so 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 i battle fields of the south. Grew The Memorial War Book Contains all these deeds set forth m an accurate and graphic added by is manner to which a further beauty i 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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