Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1894 · Page 8
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May 24, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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HERMSDORF" BLACK HOSE. Only 23: for Ladies' Size?, and for a few days only we give a beautiful souvenir. Come and see the gjods. SGttMITT & HEFFLEY MINIS. PITS, wrs I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty of this line of goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for competitors to do. WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No 'Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Paints You Want Come anjd See Me B. F. KEESLING, Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. 1 Have Just Received the Largest Line of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, ^SPRAYING PUMPS That Has Ever Been Seen in thelCity They Are As Low as the Lowest. JPlease Call at CEOROB HARRISON. 424 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 24. Ill will be explained this week. Big organdie sale tomorrow at the Bee Hlvo. Now umbrellas and parasols at the Trade Palace. Be on hand tomorrow at the Bee Hive to attend the great organdie sale at the Bee Hive. One thousand new pieces wash goods at prices never hoard of at the Trade Palace. See them. Those who do not buy their summer underwear at'John Gray'a mieb It badly, but there are not many missing It. Real merit is characteristic of Hood's Sarsaparllla, and Is manifested every day in the remarkable cures the medicine accomplishes. Don't buy any white goods or any wash dress gooda of any_ kind until you have gone to John Qrays, and tho chances are you will not go anywhere else. In conneciion with tho great organdie sale at the Bee Hive tomorrow, shore will also be offered a fine lot of white, cream and eucre laces in Feo» dora and Valanotennes from 2 to 20 cents per yard, worth double the orlce. Hardy Post, Burrows, will observe May 29th as Decoration day. Hon. IV. T. Wilson and Mayor elect McKee have promised to be present and ipeak on the ocoation. Exerolsei to commence at 1 p. m. All are invited o attend, especially all old soldiers. A touching token of love and reipeot o Judge A. F. Smith was the beautiw ul tribute of flowers sent by LeeWah ilng. Judge Smith had always been :lnd to the lonely one In a strange land md had thereby won the friendship of _, heart than which none kinder boats n the breast of any American. The Weather Today—Cloudy and rainy, possibly dear,— Weather Bureau, Indianapolis. WHO COULD NOT PREDICT SUCH WEATHER AS THE ABOVE. IF IT RAINS WE TALK OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES 48 OHEflP ftND OOMPUETB. THEM- OOME IN ftND SEE WflLKER & RflUGH. 420 Broadway. Umbrellas AND Mackintoshes IF IT'S CLEAR WE TALK Straw Hats, Underwear, AND The T«n»h indun* DiurUt Inter Ocean: The Republicans in the Tenth Coogregelonal Dlitriot ol Indiana should remember that it ii only a candidate they are to decide upon next Thursday, They are to elect a Congressman next November. The district le now represented by » democrat, and has been for four years, although It was represented by a Republican for ten years preceding 1890, and was regarded aa a safe Republican district. The district has had able and popular Congressmen, and his been represented by such men ae Colfax, Calkins, Packard, DeMott and Owen. It is as useless to inquire bow or why the Republican candidates were defeated In 1890 and 1892 as it la to inquire why Grover Cleveland and a Democratic Congress wore elected. Whatever the causes that bad inllu- enco two years ago the voters now regret their action. The Tenth Indiana District ia to be redeemed,and the municipal elections held in Logansport and Hammond two weeks ago indicate that the voters are ready to redeem it by a good majority. The Republicans who will meet in Hammond on Thursday should keep this fact in mind. They have had a rather exciting campaign, and the followers of the two candidates have been very zealous in their behalf. Both candidates are popular, both are earnest Republicans, and either would ably represent the district If elected. The convention should bo so conducted in fairness to both sides that there can be no occasion for carrying the factional feeling beyond the nomination. If contesting delegations claim representation in the convention they should be fully heard and their claim fairly decided. But in making a contest the friend of each candidate should bo careful to not drag in any question that has no bearing on the case. There has been much comment on the failure of a railroad company to keep its agree me nt in carrying the Irlenda of Mr Landls from Hammond to the Lake county convention held at Crown Point May 12. That question basal-, ready been taken Into the courts and It has no place in the Congressional convention. It ia the business of the delegates to get to a convention or show that their failure to do so changed the whole result. We do not believe in dark horses but we do believe that the gentlemen who have made this canvass should submit their case to the convention land allow a majority to decided be. tween them. A deadlock or a bitter factional fight will be bad for the party, and especially so for those most deeply concerned. Either candidate will make a good Congressman, and will be-elected if passion before the convention, and in It, is not allowed to prevent united action at the polls. It Is the duty of the frlende of each candidate to keep cool and not preju dice the o se of the candidate before the people. The C««» County Meleu«t««. The Journal clips the following call from the Valparaiso Vldette. Chair, man Simons of that county designates a place and hour. In the absence of Chairman Powell It is probable the Case county notice was not received. The delegates to the congressional convention from the counties comprising the Tenth Congressional district will meet at Hammond. Indiana. OB the morning of May 24th, at such places as may be hereafter designated, for the purpose of selecting one delegate from each county as a member of the committee on permanent organization, one member of the committee on credentials one vice president of the convention, on.e assistant secretary of the convention. CHARLEY HARLRV, Chairman Tenth District. MEN'S SUITS Of all inducements that have been offered men to buy a Spring Suit, our offer of $10, $12 and $15 For the nobbiest thing in Long Cut Sacks and Frocks in New Spring Fabrics, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. Hie Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of that time h&ve not been M of the G. A. It, A call meeting of Lincoln Circle No. 1, ladles of the G. A. R., will be held on Friday (tomorrow) at 2:80 o'clock, for the purpose of making further arrangements and preparations for the dl»ner and supper to be lerved on June 5th, when the cornerstone of the new High School is to be laid. This ia a meeting of much Importance. Let every member be present. MBS. 8. A. DILLIE. Pres't. Great B*m«U» In Roger*' Beit Knlre* and Fork*. In order to redude stock Salder & Alber will sell until June 15, Rogers 1 best No. 12 silver knives and forks at $3 per set of 6 knives and 6 forks. 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 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 ^productions of men and places of the time. This magnificent work can only be secured at the Daily Journal Portfolio Department, in weekly parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. PART 7 NOW READY. ASK YOUR BARBER FOR EXCELSIOR SCALP CURERAND HAIR PRODUCER •• ^i

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