Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 23, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 23, 1894
Page 8
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Spring Capes, Jackets We've an elegant line and prices to suit. Gloves. We have, and lots of them, any color under the sun, in dressed or undressed. Dress Goods. Our Spring Stock is unequalled. A WORD ON Lace Curtains^ Our line of Lace Curtains and Draperies is unequalled in Logansport. Golden Rule. Schmitt & Heffley, FAINTS. PITS. Pill IS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Rinds of Paints Jf you are going to use any Paints COME SEE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods aud am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for less moocy than id is possible for any competitors to do. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MAKCII 23. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, SOS Fourth St. LOG ANSPDRT, IND. Wraps in profusion at the Boo Hive. Get your Easter gloves at tbe Trade Palace. See our Easter lino of kid gloves.—The Boo Hive. Orient Lodge No. 272 F. and A. Masons will confer degrees tonight. Have your gloves fit at the Trade Palace special sale. All gloves guaranteed. Real merit Is characteristic of Hood's Sarsaparllla, and Is manifested every day in tho remarkable euros the medi- c'ne accomplishes. Ladies, I have tho largest stock of . millnery and tho most stylish trim- No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity jmer in the city. Notico of opening of Paints You Want Come and See Me noxt week—Mrs. Bruggomari. Through all tho hard times tho local court of Foresters has prospered. They now have 104 members in good standing and have not suspended a member this winter. They look carc- ftilly after employment /or their members and thua save suspension. Mrs. Catharine Cline died at 4:30 yesterday afternoon at her residence, 714 Miami street, of paralysis ngod 58 years. The funeral will be hold at 9 o'clock tomorrow morninp at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Rev. Father KiXihne officiating. The three year old daughter of Mrs. Hattie Whipplo died at hsr home on Linden avenue yesterday morning at 9 o'clock and waa burled in the afternoon of the same day at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Whipple is the woman whose destitution was remarked by tho city papers a few days ago. It seems however that her case is not as worthy a one ae was represented, and for tlTat reason organized charity has probably not done what it would otherwise havo done. Sbe lives in a miserable tenement house on Linden avonuo which shelters a half dozen families and whose condition should bo investigated by the Board of Health. . . - W BEFORE. AFTER. I have taken the agency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, ami have « full stock of the goods in sight. These protectors are guaranteed to give iprotectlon to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, and 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. Geo. Harrison. SUCCESS AT LAST! The World! Moves; Science Is Triumphant! But Its greatest triumph Is In the cure of dlieaae. and its greatest suo. cess Is APOSLOLI'S treatment for Diseases of Women But to be successful It must be applied by the skillful hand of the SPEC » L- 1ST. The Physicians of BURGLARS AT WORK. What the Bad Bnrglai* Did I 1 Oder Cover or D«rkbe*» Wed»«»<Ur Night. With the coming of daylight and the arousing of tho household in the residence ol County Auditor Sam'l S. Belrle yesterday morilcg there wts great surprlie throughout tho household. During the night burglars had entered tho home and had secured property to tbe value of near $250. When Mr. Helvio arose and proceeded as usual to don his trousers he found that those usually unmentionable garments were missing from their wonted plfcco.' This circumstance sot him to thinking. He then noticed that a drawer in tbe dresser was half pulled out. This sot him to thinking twice. In looking for his trousers he received a great surprise, That particular garment was /oundout on the table of the sitting room, adjoin. ing the sleeping room, together with his vest. So unusual a circumstance wis certainly surprising. A hasty investigation disclosed tho alarming fact that bis trousers had boon deprived of the purse which was wont to rest in a pocket thereof together with its con_ tenta, some £25 in all, and that his waisl coat had been relieved of its weight of a gold watch together with its attached chain and Knights Templar charm. From tho dresser drawer had been relieved Mrs. Helvie's gold watch and her heavy gold wedding ring. Other articles of more or less value wore missing, tho total making about |250. It is presumed that the burglar or burglars gained entrance to tho house through tho front door which they had probably opened with a skeleton key. From the fact that all was conducted so quietly that no disturbance was raised leads to the suspicion that the work was that of professionals, although there was no clue upon which to work. At tho residence ol M.-. Herman Storn on Market sweet, there was an attempt at burglary about -1 o'clock yesterday morning. At that hour the alarm clock which Ike Storn had in hie room went off, Tho victim of the clock aroused scilioiontly to see somo one operating at a window in his room working: from Iho roof at a back porch. Ike jumped up, scaring the robber uway. He rushed dotvn stairs, grabbing a euo in his flight and started on a hunt after tho burglar. While ho was getting down staira however, the burglar had made his escape from Iho alley and all search for the rascal was futile. If there is to bean epidemic of burglary in this city it will be well for ovory householder to load up his old double barrel! shot gun and lay for any intcrferenca from tho outside. A few shot riddled and disabled burglars will stand as horrible examples for the rest of their class and, it Is thought, will end tbe burglary epi- Long Cutaway Frock LONG SACK SUITS. The Handsomest Styles ever shown by any house in the city of Logansport. Cor. Market and 4th streets. Men and Women Of Stageland THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRITIES "uass demic. The Logansport Medical And Surgical Institute . boon uBinff.this treatment with tho GREATEST SUCCESS and by its use In this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to health aad k«pplaew after physicians had failed. It U not painful and no exposure It aecessary. They also,treat all Chronic andTrivato Dbtoum*. CONS ULTATION FREE. CALL AND 8KK THKM at 417 Market The Weather Today—Clear and cooler. Easter Neckwear IS ONE OF OUR STRONG HOLDS. HATS for EASTER ARE THE THINGS WE CAN INTEREST YOU WITH. EASTER GLOVES NEWEST DESIGNS FOR MEN. SOUVENIR FOR EVERY PURCHASER SATURDAY. SHIRT MAKER, HATTER AND FURNISHER The Reporter Intcrfercuce. The Reporter, owned and controlled by democrats, complains of the Jour» nal's republicanism. This is funny. No one but a rank rebel would go to the Reporter for consolation. Tho Reporter complains that tbo Journal has not mentioned General Packard's candidacy for Secretary of State. General Packard ia an editor at Now Albany, Indiana, and ho has not commended Mr. Owen's candidacy. Tho Journal baa too much courtesy to expect General Packard to advocate Mr. Owen's candidacy in his county and General Packard is too much of a gentleman to ask the Journal to notice his candidacy in this county. General Packard has aent no notice of his candidacy to the Journal and this is to his credit. He is a gentleman. And the Reporter complains that the Journal has not announced the date of tho city convention. The Reporter IB In democratic control and the Journal does not know what business this U of It but It will say that it hai tho utmost confidence In Chairman Powell and Secretary Tomllneon and that when the official call la Issued the Journal will publish it and everybody will have plenty of notice. A ••cnlfleant DUtrifcutlaa. Yesterday was the firs* d»y of the distribution by the Journal of the Marie Burroughi Art Portfolios of Stage Celebrities and a great; ma»y subscribers took advantage of lh» opportunity offered to secure this be»utt- ful work. Every one who saw th« first number was delighted with it. And how could they help being delighted!' No one who is Interested in music or drama can afford to be without the complete series as It 1s a complete, comprehensive and refined collection of photographs of the most noted actors, actrestes and singers of theatre. It lathe most elegant work of the kind evar offered to newspaper readers on the coupon plan. Readers of the Journal can gat these fine portraits at half a cent apiece—20 for ten cents. See the advertising columns ol today's paper, then bring In your coupons and get part one. "• Is" a magnificent collection of .10 Photographs of the most popular Actors, Actresses, Singers and Musician* of mudern times. The photographs are executed in the highest stylo of the art and each one is accompanied by an Interesting- sketch of the professional career of the artist. It represents the results of immense labor spent in collection of photographs and data necessary to completely present the most noted personages of the stage, besides a large outlay of money. In the majority of cases the groat artists shown in this collection have (riven SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORK Which, therefore, includes many photographs which are not to be obtained elsewhere. Others have personally supplied favorite photographs which are not on public sale and. in fact, the collection is incomparable as to quality and Every Photograph Is a Gem. In the series are included all the great lights of tragedy. comedy, grand opera, melodrama, comic opera, burlesque and tarce: all the favorites in all branches of dramatic and lyric art: ia fact ail the- Creat Actors, Actresses and Singers Of the world who have been seen during recent years on the American stage. In this Portfolio the selection has been made on a broad and comprehensive basis to secure a complete representation of the modern stage and the selection has been completed under the supervision of M'ss Marie Burroughs, her« self one of the most prominent and popular actresses of the day. The Portfolio will be ISSUED IN TWELVE PARTS, each part CONTAINING TWENTY PHOTOGRAPHS, with the sketches belonging to them. IT IS A COMPLETE MIRROR OF THE MODERN STAGE And the series constitutes practically a Biographical Dictionary of Stage Celebrities. Many of the photographs of this collection it would be ImpoMlble to obtain elsewhere at any price; and even where obtainable any one of them would cost as many dollars as the number of cents for whlod they *re offered to tho readers of the Journal. We offw them at TEN CENTS tor each pwt, containing twenty photographs, when accompanied by coupon*; in other words, we offer these elegant photographs at HALF A CENT APIECE. HOW TO GET THEM: BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can be obtained In Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL. eo the Dally Journal will secure one of the parts of the series, and orders by ™™««** mall wl be promptly filled without extra charge The consecutive, but must be of different dates. All communications by mall . should be accompanied by a plainly written addrw. to which .the Portfolio is to be forwarded, and should state tho number of the part desired. Save Your Coupons ;i&

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