Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 2, 1894 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 2, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, March 2, 1894
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

THREE, PRICES. •45 inch Pillow Casing, amuslin, only 91-2c per yard Warner's Sample Corsets, only 33c each—to close out. "Renfrew" Dress Ginghams, only 61-2c a yard—worth 12 l-2c. We are quoting extra low prices on all of the "Walker Stock" to close it out. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY. 'Golden Rule, 4th and Market. The Keeley Institute, MfVRION. IND. For the cure of the Liquor.IMorphine.Tobacco, and all other drug addictions. .Absolute Freetoi, Ni Suffering, No Sore Arms, No tapaimeflt of tbe Health. The Institute at Marion, Ind., is authorized toy Dr. Leslie E, Keeley, and the treatment is identical with that given by him at Dwight, (Ills. Write for terms of treatment and other information. All correspondence strictly confidential, THE KEELEY INSTITUTE CO., Marion. Ind. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MOBNING, MARCH 2. Have you eoen those nobby soft hats showp by Putterron. Throe leaders to-day. See our ad. vcrtisement 1 —Goldon Rule. $10.000 worth of flno carpets to seltct from at tbe closing 1 gale of the New Fashion store. Good morningt 4»ve you attended tbe Walker stock sale at tbe Golden Rule? If not, go to-day. Seo the new spring capes by tho hundreds ac the Trade Palace. Ready A atr«a c mm | B Town. The itrongest man who ever pave an exhibition of muscular strength ne'e (i io the olty. Tola muscular Individual la Mr. J VV. Bart, of Clilo (to lately of Wisconsin, who rivals Sandow In •omeof bis exhibitions of- prowess. A* an indication of bis, wonderful strength ht» gave ar ejhtbltl. n alj. R, Hall's place on Wall si reel laat erenUg. During this Informal ext I bltlon he did things which astounded all his spectators. Among other things which bo did ho bunchod a double pack of playing caH» and with a twiai of hl» powerful fingers tore the cards In two He lifted wllb one fingor a 32 gallon barrul' full, a weight wbleh few In the crowd could lift with both hand* He broke a heavy "T" ohaln over tbe muscles of his rlgblarm;ho broke tho same chain by a pull with his tooth and as a crowning: feat broke the biggest cobble stones that could be picked out of tbe street with a single blow of bis wonderful li-t. striking- on the bare muscle of bis hand a blow as effectual as the heaviest blow of a stone m son's sledge. With this same right hand he drove a long i-piko through a two inch board with one blow. In some of his feats Hurt bats challenged Sandow, but as tbe latter bad the most money to guard the challenge tbo-ebas never been a contest between them Mr Hart is visiting friends here and will probably give another exhibition of his wonderful muscle at the same place this evening, W* MIHIJ hVe. wifyul (laW/'ej, Jj«»K«5, uwJ j»»l'«> Wfc MOW lil>* wiHtvF t*xtS, QM(I llVtlvi^wF MS: W» MA* live w f3ut ciuilii voti'no % MIA.M live 5oaf». Next to the foolishness of trying to live without Soap, is Ac great unwisdom of living without SANTA CLAUS SOAP which is acknowledged to be far better than any other kiat. Sold everywhere by enterprising grocers. only by N. K. FAIR BANK & CO., Chicag*. i DREU CITf ON WflLKER & Rf\UCH. BROrtDWftY, FOR flNYTHING YOU WflNT IN BEFORE. AFTER. T have take, the a ff enoy for tbe HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have .* fall Btook of the, coo<b in eight. Theae proteotorB are guaranteed to K lve .firoteet,on to the sneep %i against dogs. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ano have them ready to supply our customers on demand We handle SothingbutLANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all of our old stock has been burnt, our custom- ors may rest assured that they will get fresh, clean goods. We have a full variety of Gar den and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and Carriage Goods, and a fuil line of Turf and Sporting Goods. In fact we have everything that goes with a horse and carnage. Don t forget the old place. 424 BROADWAY Geo. Harrison. made wrappers aro going oil lively. We are determined to close our mammoth atocn of dry goods during the next thirty days at tha Now Fash- Ion store. Perfect health Is seldom found, for impure blood is *o general. Hood's Siirsaparllla really does purify the blood and restores health. The Sherman bat for young men, tho Gujor hat for all ages, the You man, suitable for all faces, sold by Patterson, the Haberdasher. Murray and Mack have abandoned the piece they bavo appeared in tor the last two years, and will win favors in tbe now farce comedy sensation, Finnigau's Ball," at Dolan's tonight. Lovely new spring dress goods just opened from all parts of the globe. Fronch and English goods imported by us from Anthony, Mnhlor & Jo., of Paris, London and Berlli. All at prices to surprise you at the Trad« Palace. See them. The latest, by tbe way, one of the few successful pieces of theatrical proi erty, will be opened for the in fpeotlon of Logansport theatregoers at the opera house this evening. The name of the piece, • Flnnigan's Ball," would suggest plenty of Irish comedy, wit and funny situations, and as the company is headed by two clever comedians, Murray and Mack, mirth more than likely reign supreme. aNEXPENSiVE MEDICAL TREATMENT. The Merroll Humanitarian Idea in Great Favor With the Community -- Medicines Should toe Free and the Best Medical Skill Nearly Free. Dr«, MerroU and MtisUnU, who have been located in our olty over four •aanthg and who have treated 1,240 patients for $6 a month on a positive naraotee U th«y word not satisfied to have their monev returned to them, i»m»a kept their word and out of tkls vast number but six have returned disnat- Ifllfi O(J • During the next two weeks DC*. Morroll and assistants wish allf tbe af- llctad to have aa opportunity of jndglng tbeir abl ity and will thereAore (five Frsa iooiUltaUoa. Kn»«lna«lon and Advice, also one FREE TRECTMENr, "WITH MEIHCIHE. to all atticted with Catarrh, Brojohitls. Liver complaUt, Um, 9,se»se» of Womin, Errors of Youth, Ne*»ous DdbllUy, Lost SparoittnUrHra, Night Etnlnlons, etc Hemomher. this offer holds 'of two wMlesoaly and all afflicted must come tn during office hours, Offloa HUUH: 9 to 12 » m., 2:!JO to 4 and 6:30 to 8pm. The Doctors f»r<j parmviantly (ocital at 411 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. /'At Matter Today—Clear and p/casant. YOU NOTICED THAT AEE INTRODUCING DEPARTMENT IN O OUR BUSINESS, AND THAT IS A DEPARTMENT THAT WE ARE JUSTLY PROUD OF. OUR STYLES ARE THE NEWEST AND MOST APPROVED DESIGNS FROM THE BEST MAKERS. THE HAHEHDASIJEIC SHIRT MAKER, HATTEB AND FURNISHER Rmururd WUto Thank*. It will be rooiBmbered that n. couple of wepks ngo Frank Larger's house on tbe Weet Sirte waa entered by burglars aud jewel y and valuables of considerable amount were taken, urnon? ibeee being Mrs. Larger'a wedding rinp, a diamond ring, earringn, etc., together with Mr. I ergerV pocket book containing bis railroad pasa and others papers of value to him alooo. Theae he expected never to see again along with tbo other iblngs taken, but was greatly surprised the other day to receive by mall tho pocket book and papers which wero aooom pan led by a polite note expressing regret at any inconvenience tho temporary loss of his ticket and papers mlgkt havo occasioned htm and tbanking him very warmly for the jewelry which the thieves trusted that be would not miss much, believing tbat they could derive as much benefit from their po-session as could tho owner. It wan a strange note and Frank is now mo o than ever puzzled to know wbo his very polite and considerate burglars were. Cbamborc-GrUler. Last evening at seven o'clock at the Sheriff's residence, Rev. Tolrmein- stoin, pastor of the German Lutheran church officiating. Miss Mary Grtsley, half-Bister of Sheriff Homburg. was united in marriage to Mr. Samuel L. Chambers, a well known vouog farmer of Clinton township. The wedding waa conducted quietly, only family friends being present, but it was none tbe lees an enjoyable affair. Among the guests waa Maj. Samuel L. Me- Fadln, after whom tbe groom bears hia name and who made a characteristic and fitting address to the newly wedded couple. An elegant supper followed the ceremony Mr. Chambers and bride will at once go to housekeeping on tho Henry Wlpper- man farm in Washington township. Sol Speed ID Jail Here. Detective Morgan went back to Kokomo yesterday morning and re- tut ned at noon with his prisoner, Sol Speed, the colored porter wanted for the Ray burglary, and suspected of the Taylor diamond robbery, whom he landed In the county jail. Sol was inclined to be cross and surly under arrest anfl had nothing to say for himself. lie tried to escape just before hia departure from Kokomo and did break from bis captors, but was soon recaptured aud held to the line. Upon ao affidavit and information hi* case will be brought directly before theclrc It court, b.it the lime forfel* hearing has not yet been set. "Oh, what would the world be to usj "If Children were no more? Don't Neglect the Children "We should dread the desert beyond UH "Worse clun the dark; before" There is no better way to provide lor their Amusement AND Education than by securing for their pleasure and study a series of the superb World's Fair Art Portfolios 256 Offered by this paper. SPLENL ID VIEWS 256 The New G«»C»B»p«nr. The gas committee met yeitarday morning at 9 o'clock with several other citizens present. The committee and citizens started out to raise cash for territory and last evening mt 4 o'clock had secured $3.500. The committee will wot k again today and will raise enough to secure gu terrU tory sufficient lor ten years' oonsump. tion. These subscriptions are cash subscriptions and when the proper amount is raised, which will be done today, some of the be»t territory in the gas belt will be turned over to the committee. The ladi»s-of tbe Christian church will servo supper Friday evening, March 2J. at the home of Mrs. Harrington, No. 19 on 16ib street. Supper 16 cents. . Farm for Bent. Apply at 209 West Broad way. With appropriate descriptions covering EVERY EXPOSITION FEATURE. PART 3 NOW READY HOW TO SECURE THESE SPLENDID PORTFOLIOS Bring or send 6 coupons of different dates, from pag« one, with 10 cents, to the Portfolio Department of the Journal, and you can secure any Port olio tb« week after the issue of each number In sending do not include any other business in your letter, bu« state particularly the number of Portfolio wanted. Address PORTFOLIO DEPARTMENT JOURNAL, LOGANS PORT, INDIANA. IF IN NEED Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads. Statements, Envelopes and everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE,

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page