Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 3, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 3, 1894
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THREE, PRICES. 45 inch Pillow Casing, muslin, 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 6c HEFFLEY. Golden Rule, 4th and Market. The Keeley Institute, MfVRION. IND. For the cure of the Liquor, Morphine/Tobacco, and all other drug addictions. Aholflte Fredoi. Ni Suffering, No Sore Arms, Ni InpmiDt of the Health. The Institute at Marion, Ind., is authorized by Dr. Leslie E. Keeley, and the treatment is identical with that given by him at Dwight, S 'Write for terms of treatment and other in- f ° r A^wrospondence strictly confidential. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE CO., ^ Marion. Ind. OrtLLON VWLKER 6c Rf\UCH 420BROrtDWfVr, FOR ANYTHING YOU WrtNT IN DAILY JOURNAL SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have " SApSine'fH^n^s and Car y$*^£™<™^« Turf . .- d - SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. Patterson's new hat store for correct ideas OD hats. Plenty dressed chickens -Rothermel. New spring shapes In hats at Patterson's Moire ribbons at the Bee Hive are sold as cheap sft plain silk ribbons. You should have one of our nobby hats for Sunday.— Patterson, the Haberdasher Look and see the latest novelties In spring o&pes. Get first oholce at the Trade Palace. Now do call at the Bee Hive to day to got your now spring dress, or at least take a good look si them. War! on fO'Ofula and every form of impure blood declared by Hood's Sar- sapariila, the great conquror of all blood diseases. "The chinch bug eats the farmer'* grain, the bee moth spoils the honey, the bed bug nils b'ra full of pain, but the humbug scoops the money" Is the refrain a populUt editor sings. Mrs. Chas. Buhrmestor and tr other Mrs. Bismarck were surprised last evening, their birthdays heiog in the same day. Mr». Bismarck is 73 years old Aboui thirty friends »oro present and many presents were re oeived. In the absence of the pa»tor the pulpit of tbe A. M. E cburch on the West Side will be filled next Sunday by Rev. E M. Cook, general secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association and Rev. Homer Kesslor of the Broad way M. E, church. Attorney General Smith has given an opinion regarding city councllmen which Is of local Interest He holds that all oounollmen who are to be elected this spring take their offices the first Monday after the flrst Tuesday in May. Tho general Impression has been that, under the MoHugb law they would not begin their official duties until September. "FOB POINTS OSLT." y t T.ti-T •»•-—•- Qeo. Harrison. Lou«niport RIM* the Hern* of Flcbt Between a Onple of ' Colored neii-The BpurM Oo INEXPENSIVE _MEDICAL_TREATMENT. The MerroH Humanitarian Idea in Great Favor With the Community ;- Medicines Should bVFree and the Best Medical Skill Nearly Free. D rs. Merroll months and who have treated 1, for ar U» -oxt two .«*. Dr nioUd to hare aa *pi»rtnnUy ol jndglng abl ity Yesterday It wia quietly given out around town that lovers of the 'manly art" might Bee aa exhibition ol the same if they would qu'etly await the ••tip." This latter was given along early In the afternoon and along about 3 o'clock a crowd or a hundred or more drove over the Wabash bridges bent on sport. The icene Indicated beforehand was in the woods In the region of the old lime quarries on the so'jth bank of the river about three miles below town. Arriving there the crowd found "Pompadour Bill," otherwise Johnnie Bailey, the big colored newsboy and a "gem- man" from Marlon who goes by the name of Albert Melton, a • scrapper" of considerable note in that neighborhood. The colored pugllUta wer« ready for the fray "for points" and not long after the crowd bad gathered a ring wan formed 'neath the trees on the swellii g greensward and there the difficulty opened out. The colored combaltants appeared ready and eager for the fray. From the flrst to the fourth round there was tame fighting. In the fourth round Melton scored first by landing heavily on Bill's nose. In the 5th. 6th. 7th, 8th and 9tb the contestants did more wrestling than sparring, scoring occasional body blows. This was followed by more clinching up to and including the 19th round when Bill knocked his Marion friend out and the coniest was declared at an end. Bill being champion. The contest occupied about an hour. The crowd then returned to the city. Judge Johw»«ou»» Vote. EDITOR JOURNAL: I have leoeivvd one of Johnston's letters in which be plates that bo ran ahead of his t'cket. What are tne flguresP EAST END. Judge Johnston received 21 votes lea* than Harrison in the dlutrict and Hammond 327 leas than Cleveland. Tfiia made Cleveland's majority 348 and Hammond's 42. Judge Johnston's friends claim that his popularity led many democrats to simply scratch Hammond without votlne for any one while his opponents claim that Hammood's unpopularity cauaeil htm to run BO far bohlod and that Johnaton had nothing 10 do with it. All this however is gucr-s work. The futures show that Judge Johnston received 21 votes leas than President Harrison in . district and this is tho on y correct ten as to popularity, The following table fives tho facts and figurec: Cntroll Ca-» Minn. Ink*. . Newton Porter . Hulft-ltl While... rote Majorltr... ff over Jobnuon good >o> t.o wee a-SO * 8p Offico Hour*. » tt l« » «n ,2*0 to 4 and 6.30 to » P are permanently located at 411 Broadway, Lo«M>,p0rl, In* The Weather Today—Clear and warmer. AN IDEA WOBTH LOOKING AFTER IS TO SEE OUR SEW HATS FOR OUR STYLES ARE Absolutely Correct AND YOU SHOULD HAVE ONE FOR SUNDAY. TRECT MEN T, BHIRT MAKER, BATTER AND FDIWI8HKR C. over Hammond C. over Mat hews ISM 29SH 1101 ZIP DCS 187 18277 2881 «><IG !1247 9i7 91)111 8711 1937 1352 1862!) 348 327 131 2229 SWU aws 133H 2M5 U«4 W'l U77 17«7 1S256 18298 224 MttS 20W 13A5 29*) 1IHI 2168 975 181)1 2347 8992 2242 921 am 878 1906 1346 18491 This table nhpws that: TOTES Mr. Cleveland ran ahead of Mr. Harrison. 841 Mr. ClevlHnd run ahead of MivMa tliews Itf Mr. Cl vf Ian I ran lib ad of 3dr, Han.m..nd 327 lit Harrison ran abend of Mr - Thl '" p -" J S| Mr Harrison ran anead of Hr. Ji|bp8«>n « Mr, Hnmmond ran • ehlnd Mr. MattUews iW Mr. Hammond bent Mr Johnson « Mr Jott. ton r t n behind Mr. Harrison in Carrol •cu"tylvot-. Fulton 16: Jasper, 'X: Lake, IS; Newton 27: Puloskl, »:*£«*..»• J°£[" Kl TOIM. umJ ran alifad of Mr. Harrlsun In ..ass. B, Porter, 86, total 90 votes-loss 21 greater than gain. ^ Tbe Book at the Fair. The Bancroft Company are progress- log well with their Book of the Fair, which IB pronounoer. as tbe finest and , most Important publication connected i with tbe great Exposition. In fact it 'baa no rival; there Bte Mt mo>\u. »nd works of descriptive history, and catalogues, and directories, but there IB no other publication which unites all in a complete and perfectly historical and do. ! goriptlve work of art. Its text ti by Hubert Howe Bancroft, and Us pio- I lures by the best artists America and 1 Europe can produce- Next to Importance to the Fair i self. IB a faithful reproduction of the Fair In printer's ink for permanent preservation. Most of tbs buildings will soon be torn down and their contents temoved, but the book will re main, to teach and preach the world's complect civilization throughout all time. In this respect the representation it better than the original, because one is effervescent, the other Immortal For an Important work, eecurely lodged in all the libraries of the world, cannot die. H.ndl. FMiorr Wood for *•!«. Handle factory wood delivered to any part of the city. Mall orders to Hillock & Plttman, Handle Factory, on Toledo Jt., or P. J. Klmmer. Spring Is Here. All New Spring Styles. We have the largest and nicest line of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings in the city to select from. Don't fail to see our Children's Novelties. 'Oh, what would the world be to ua 'II Children were no more? Don't Neglect the Children "We should dread the desert beyond ua "Worse ttMB the dark before-" There is no better way to provide for their Amusement AND Education than by securing for their pleasure and stu<ly a series of the superb World's Fair Art Portfolios Offered by this paper. 256 SPLENt ID VIEWS 256 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 page one, with 10 cents, to the Portfolio Department of the Journal, and you can secure any Portfolio the week after the issue of each number. In sending do not include any other business in your letter but state particularly the number of Portfolio wanted. Address, PORTFOLIO DEPARTMENT JOURNA.L> LOOAN3PORT, INDIANA. The F«MlDSt •«» «• CONVBMK, Ind . Marco 1, 1894, EPITOK JOURNAL: We held one of the most enthusiastic Republican Club meetings to-night that was ever helu in Converse. There were one hundred nnd ftHy Republicans who joined the club and twenty or more Democrats who signed the roll and pledged themselves to support the Republican ticket In November. A great many other Democrats have declared their Intentions of affiliating whh the Republl. can party from this on. Let the ball be kept rolling until November when it will be heralded all over the State and nation that Indiana has gone Kepublcan 60.000, and that the industries of thib Nation are again in safe hands. ^ J D ' Tl There wil* be"a regular meeting of tbe Logan Gun Club at Dr. Thomas office Monday. March 5th at 7:Su p m. Special business to be transacted. Byord«rofthe_^__OiRECTOB8. It will be a treat and a pleasure to you to see the many pretty new spHog goods now displayed at tbe Bee Hive w York FtallH«M«»le «•*. Of the above musical organisation, which will appear at tbe Baptist church next Tuesday evening un*er the patronage of the Oeoeiian Musical* Club, the Boston Dally Advertise'- said: Those who knew that tbe New Tork Philharmonic Club was to furnish the entertainment at the Star course at Tremont Temple last evening, anticipated a rare treat but it must hftte exceeded the expectations of every one. Most »f the selection* were classical, but not above the poswiUr fancy, and any one with the delightful love for music oould admire and enjoy It. The artists played in that perfect sympathy with each other thai made tbe full club sound like one instrument. The people of Boston hare never listened to a belter coneorl of chamber music on any occasion, and tbe enthusiasm wblob It called forth was well merited. The concert was a groat success. M. J Hanawalt, a nephew of V. C. Hanawalt has announced hi* candidacy for city clerk before the democratic convention.

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