Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 27, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 27, 1894
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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. Golden Role. Dress Goods. Our Spring Stock is unequalled. A WORD ON Lace Curtains. Our line of Lace Curtains and Draper ies is unequalled in Logansport. Schmitt & Heffley. PITS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FORJ All Kinds of Paints If you a re going to use any Paints COME AND SB'S MB, I keep the largest and best stock of Paints ;ana Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I nuke a specialty 'Ofthis line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you any- ithingia the line.for less money than ifc is possible for •my competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, B. F. KEESLING, SOB Fourth St. LOGANSPOHT, IND. BEFORE. AFTER. of 1894, our Seeds for the read to sup- stock has been burnt, our and IffiWEf. ho^Vnd Srrtaflr 'Don't forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY, Geo. Harrison. SUCCESS AT LAST! v The World 1 Moves; i Science Is Triumphant! But Its greatest triumph is in -the cure of disease, and Us greatest sue. cess is APOSLOLI'S treatment for Diseases of Women § But to be successful it must be applied *\ by the skillful hand of the SPEC » Li * PJ 1ST. C The Physicians of The Logansport Medical And Snrgical Institute jSaVe been using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by Us use Aavo, In this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to he»lth and awtpineM after physicians had failed. It ii not painful and no exposure is caeoeeBary. They al*o treat all Chronic and Private Diseases. CONSULTATION FRBB. CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Markat DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MOKNING. MARCH 27 The next Lotus Club dance will be Friday evening April 6th. See Sloe ilard'a portfolio of photographs of the world at J. Q. Sweet- eer's ahoe store. Wanted—For city canvassing ten good agents on salary or commission. —W. Lind. Tucker House. Stoddard's magnificent collection of photographs of the World given with every $2 purchase at J. Q. Srfeetser'a. The millinery stores will close at 6 p m,, hereafter, a petition to this effect having: beon signed by all dealers. Tho sacrament of baptism was administered to fourteen children at Trinity Episcopal church on Saturday afternoon. The Cscillan Musicale will hold its next recital on Wednesday afternoon, March 28th. at the home of Mrs. A. J. Murdock, at 4 o'clock. Rev. E.S. Roes, of Nocomis 111., will preach in the English Lutheran church, Tuesday evening, March 27th at 7.30 p. m. AH are invited. Yesterday morning at the office of Justice George W. Fender, that mag. istrate officiating, Miss Floience L. Ridenour and George W. Kerns wore united in msrriage. The team attached to one of F. A Dykeman's bread wagons ran away Saturday in the East End. A run of five squares was made and the wagon was upset, but little damage was done The journeys of Christ with 12 lead. Ing Hoones In his life, beautifully illustrated by lecture, recitations and gongs, at Market St., M. E. Church. Wednesday evening, March 28th. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Godfrey Twells' mules ran away yesterday, starting from Wilson & Humphrey's corner, and stopping at their stable on the West Side. The only damage dona was the scatterment of sundry freight boxea off the dray en route, 27te Weatlier Today—Clear and cold. TO YOU WE EXTEND OUR E4STER GREETING AND THANK ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR THEIR KIND ATTENTION 10 ODR HATS AND SUPERB FURNISHINGS. rr, SHIRT MAKER, HATHCB ASI> FURNISHES What l* the Pharoc DrlrlnKAt? It is no fight of the Journal but Pharos, when you are attacking you democratic council don't you think you ought to tell the truth. Of cours you cannot tell the truth very often but Isn't this a oaee^when you ough" to do so? Why put the Item of interest 01 bonds In thla year's expenditures an( omit It In last year's? This is $11, 650. Why charge the council with th Increase In expenditures for police when you know it was made by you democratic metropolitan police board appointed by your democratic gover nor, Matthews. This Item is $2, 116.13? Wby charge your democratic coun oil with $5,766.00 advanced for Erli avenue which the city will get back! Why charge vour democratic coun ell with 111,647,94 for Erie avenue when your democratic councils in the last ten years have spent $6,000 for attorney's fees in a futile effort to ge this street opened? W hy charge your democratic coun^ oil with $7,931.SOfor sewers petitioned for and established under the law? Why charge your democratic council with $558.00 for new eiootrlc lights made necessary by the growth of the city? Why charge your democratic coun ell with $4,415 attorneys' fees made necessary by the attempt of the gas combine to get $50,000 more per year out of the gas consumers in Logans port? Why charge your democratic coun jil with $375 paid to an engineer to report to what extent the water works wore worn by which the Logansport manufacturing concern burned down? Why charge your democratic council with $900 paid to the school board according to law? These amounts figure $36,935.27 which deducted from the amount of thie year's expenditures show that the ordinary expenses of the city hare been less this year than last. The Journal does not know what ,be Pharos ia driving at but it does know that It Is misrepresenting the democrats in the council and that if bey have any friend a the Pharos will hear from them on election day. JnrorM Ornwn. The following jurors wore drawn esterday morning to serve during the April term of the circuit court: GRAND JUKOHS. Raymond C. Taylor, Eel township. J. Warren Gates, jr., Harrison. Willard Buchanan, Jefferson, Thomas Pierce, Eel. John Tiiton. Noble. A. H. McDonald, Eel. PETIT JDROKS. William Banta, Jefferson townehlp. John D. Ferguson, Eel. J. M. Anderson Miami. A. C. Barnett, Eel. B. F. Barnott Eol. Henry Dodt. sr., Harrison. Jacob Hankee, Clay. Henry Hammon, Eel. S. L Tanguy, Eel. Anihony Hoover, Adams. Thomas Newport Deer Creek. Walter Graham, Jackson. Patrick Carney, Eel. John C. Erbauffb, Adams. E. T. Parker. Eel. William Walker, Eel. A Policeman Surprised- Yesterday' morning Officer Geo. Houghton called at the borne of Officer Curtis Smith on Front street, West Side, and got Curt out of bed leclarlDg that there was need of bis .ssistaEce on a raid after tramps. The pair walked up over tho Davis iridge and back into tho city, without •n countering any tramps, and Curt va* naturally not a little disgusted to note the loss of se^al hours of good refreshing eleep without-any return therefore. But when he regained his home he saw that there was reason in all things. He found bis home In the possession of his fellow officers and their wives who had called to extend to him well wishes and congratulations upon the pas- iing of the 28th anniversary of his birth. Mrs. Smith who had been In on the secret of the surprise, had prepared everything for the coming of the blue coated guests and a dinner fit for tho biggest policeman in tho land was served. It was a pleasant occasion for all concerned. A Thins of Beauty, The Mario Burroughs Portfolio of Stage Celebrltes contain* photographs of the leading actors and actresses of the day, many of them In costume. The beautiful faces and figures are attractive even to those who are not admirers of drama. The portfolio contains 16 photographs in each number and may be bad for three coupons ?nd 10 cents. C«rd of Tfcanlt". We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and help daring the sickness and death of our dear little son William, hoping that their reward will be repaid many fold. Respectfully, MB. AND MBS. WM. BCBOHAK. Logantport, March 26, I 89 *- BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Our Boys' and Childrens' Departments are full of new designs--suits that are full of snap and style. Every boy wants a new suit for spring. We have just what you want. Give us a call. THE PROGRESS CLOTHING STORE Furnishings, Cor. 4th and Market. Men and Women Of_Stagelam THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRITIES - Is'a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the most popular Actor Stresses Singers and Musician* of modern times. The photographs are e rated in the highest atyle of the art and each one is accompanied by an i westing sketch of the jrofeesional career of the artUt. It represents t esults of immense labor spent in collection of photographs »"*«•«» »£1 ary to completely present the most noted personages of the stage, besides, arge outlay of money. In the majority of cases the great artKU shown l his collection have given ' ; SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORE not on public sale and, in fact the collection is incomparable as to qual Every Photograph Is a Gem. of dramatic and lyric art; in fact all the bed ktois, ttesses and Slip t '..; PHOTOGRAPHS, with the sketches belonging to them- IT IS A COMPLETE MIRROR I OF THE MODERN STAG HOW TO GET THEM: ; JT SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can; Jtained in Logansport only through j THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL^ to which the Portfolio \ t . *, Save Your Coupons

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