Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 28, 1894 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 28, 1894
Page 8
Start Free Trial

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 Rule. Dress Our Spring Stock is unequalled, A WORD ON Lace Curtains'. Our line of Lace Curtains and Draper ies is unequalled in Logansport. Schmitt & Heffley. PWS. . NIK . I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR" All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SE2 MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paint *nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a .specialty 4>ltbis line of goods and am in a shape to sell you any 4fcing in the line for less money than it is possible for rmj competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity «t>f Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, fi. F. KEESLING, 8O5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL WBDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 28. IN SIX MINUTES. "POMP" IS DECLARED THE NER IS THE BAILEY- CORY MILL. The Sberlft and HI* Depullu* Take • Hand When Too Late—They Get left.-The Pnallint* start Ea«t on a Hun, Probably to Join Ooxey'a Armr—Police Looking For the FlKUter*. ' BEFORE. AFTER. I have taken the agency (or the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have * (all stock of the foods In sight. These protectors are guaranteed to give protection to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ana have them ready to sup- sjly our customers on demand. We handle rnothing 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 Us greatest triumph Is In the cure of disease, and Its 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 ' L- 1ST. The Physicians of ,^J CZT3 CD The'lMiDSport Medical And Surgical Institute 4 O * ^ ?M»»o beed using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by Its use fkar«, In this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to heslth and after physicians had (ailed. It it not painful and no exposure li The latest syles In millinery, at the New Fashion store. The Bee Hive Is ready to exhibit her second stock of spring jackets and capes. The finest assortment of millinery ever shown in the city, is being displayed at the New Fashion store. Mr. G. E. Meek, of Eokomo, was In the city yesterday In the interests of the Tha-Mou Cure company of that city. A Leader at the Beo Hive—Twenty- four Inch wide China silka. 75,cent quality for 48 cent, for three days ouly. Call at the Journal office and get number one of the Marie Burrough'u Portfolio of celebrated actors and actresses. The next dance to be given by the Fortnight Revelers' will be at Kreuzberger's Hall, Tuesday evening, April Sd. Don't forget the date. Yesterday at 11 o'clock a. m. Geo. W. Glsh died at his home near Anoka aged 6-1 years. The time of the funeral will be announced later. A social will be given to railroad men and their families by the Woman's Auxiliary of R. R. Y. M. 0. A. on Friday evening April 6, in tbe association rooms. Anthony Bucharrissl. a young Ital. an laborer at the Kenneth quarries ras painfully hurt at the qur.rry yesterday. He was removed to the St. Joseph hospital. The reollal of the Ceoillan Musical blob was to take place this evening at the home of Mrs. A. J. Murdook. ias been indefinitely postponed. Due iOtlce of the meeting will be given. The Ladles Auxiliary to the R. R. Department Y. M C. A. will give a octal at the rooms of the department n Friday evening, April 6th. All are nvited In advance to this social. It s not to be a money making affair. They also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases. •CONSULTATION FREE, CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Market TO YOU WE EXTEND OUR EASTER GREETING AND THANK ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR THEIR KIND ATTENTION TO AND SUPERB FURNISHINGS. The prize flght between Bailey and Cory was pulled off In "Fulton county near Bruoe's Lake yesterday. An extra coach was attached to the north bound Vandalia yesterday morning to carry the principles and about one hundred spectators to the battle ground. At 11:30 the crowd arrived at Bruce's Lake. The party repaired to the ring grounds on the farm of Ike Henderson where the formalities were soon gone through and the fight called. FIRST KOPND. Cory came up and started to rush but met with a sieging blow on the temple which knocked htm down and started hie wheel agoing. Rising he asked In a dazed manner, "Where IB toat nigger?" Pomp responded with another and another knocking Cory down each time. Time. 3 minutes. SECOND ROUND Both parties exchanged blows; Pomp gets In a terrible right bander on Cory's jaw knocking him down; before he had reached the -ground Pomp hit him another and Cory fell. Time was called. Cory claiming foul and at the call of time in the third Cory refused to fight and Pomp was decided the winner. The regulation gloves weie used and the flght was for points only. HOMEWARD BOUND. As the train pulled into Bruce's lake, It had for passenger Sheriff King and bis deputy, of Fulton county, who had gotten wlnQ of the affair and at once placed the principles under arrest. AB the officers were taking a crazy man to Long Cliff they were somewhat hampered by him and the sports quickly took advantage of their position to release the prisoners and kept them at the rear ot the coach until tho trains pulled into Grass Creek where they ran to th'e engine, and mounting the pilot, rode to the city, getting off at the Sixth street crossing and coming- into the city. Supt MorrUsey and his men made an effort to arrest the pugilists, but they Wore spirited out of sight by their friends and It is believed that both are now out of town. The importance of this "scrap" to the sporting ' -interests' 1 of the State la considerable. Ed Cory, of Craw, fordsvllle, by right of bis successful conquest of Elder Pitts, A the colored Peruvian champion, claims, the distinction of being the champion of Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky., By reason of the torap yesterday, apparently Insignificant as It was, the championship was removed from Crawfords- vllle to Logansport. "Pompey" surprised tho boys yesterday and appears ready and willing to hold the championship. It is declared that he and Pitta will meet In battle array next.' 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 Stageland THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRIT It Was Loaded. Master Krauth MoMakln, the 10. year-old son of Mrs. Lura MoMakln, met with an accident Monday evening which, while happily cot serious la Us consequences, might easily have been exceedingly distressing. The lad had as a playting, which some one had given him, an old worn out revolver, devoid ot spring and utterly useless as a dangerous weapon. Sometime ago an older .boy "tinke'ed" the old gun up. and by putting In a new spring and otherwise rehabilitating the csBtoff firearm rendered It capable of again fulfilling Us dangerous mission. The spring again broke and the firearm was returned to Master MoMakln in appar- rently as harmless condition as before. But it was not Danger lurked with- In the apparently useless thing. It was cast about from place to place as old toys are ^and on Monday Master Krauth found his old toy out In the yard. He conceived the excellent idea of repairing the old gun. Putting the Idea into execution he put a ndw spring into the revolver. No sooner did It receive the eprlng than it sprung into life and action and—bang! Master Krauih had a bullet through his left band. Fortunately no bones were shattered, the ball Inflicting merely a flesh wound, but it was enough to give West Side boys and all other boys in town a valuable object le f eon upon the harmf ulnesu of apparently harmless things and especially the deception which lurks In a firearm that "lin't loaded." Notlec t« Canton. All Chevaliers of Canton Logansport No. 16, I. 0. O. F are requested to be present at their .hall tonight. A matter of Importance Is to be considered. Is'a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the most popular Actors, Actresses, Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photographs are executed in the highest Btyle of the art and each one is accompanied by an Interesting sketch of the jrofessional career of tho artist It represents the results of immense labor spent in collection of photograph! and data necessary to completely present the most noted personages of the stsge, besides • large outlay of money. In the majority of cases the great artists shown Inthis collection have given 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, comtc opera, burlesque and farce; all the favorites In all branches of dramatic and lyric art; In fact all the Creat Actors, Actresses and Rogers Of the world who have boon seen during recent years on the American stage. In this Portfolio tho aelectlon 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 es Marie Burroughs, herself one of tho moit prominent and popular actresses of the dAy. The Portfolio will he ISSUED IN TWELVE PARTS, each part CONTAINING TWENTr PHOTOGRAPHS, with the sketches belonging to them. IT IS A COMPLETE MIRROR OF THE MODERN STAGE And the series conttitutes practically a Biographical Dictionary of Stage Celebrities. Many of the photographs of this collection It would be Impossible 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 are offered to the readers of the Journal. We offw them at TEN CENTS for each part, containing twenty photographs, when aneompanied by coupons; In other words, we offer these elegant photographs at HALF A CENT API BOB. HOW TO GET THEM: BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can be obtained in Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL. In every issue of this paper there will be a dated coupon. Three coupons of different dates together with 10 cents presented at the Coupon Department of the Dally Journal will secure one of the parts of the series, and orders by mall will be promptly filled without extra charge. The coupons need not b» Consecutive, but mast be of different date,. All communications by mall should be accompanied by a plainly written address to which the Portfolio is to be forwarded, and ihould state the number of the part desired. Save Your Coupons •*•

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free