Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 29, 1894 · Page 8
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March 29, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · 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. Golden Rule. Dress Goods. Our Spring Stock is unequalled. A WORD ON Lace Curtains! Our line of Lace Curtains and Draperies is unequalled in Logansport, Schmitt & Heffley, PITS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If yOH are going to use any Paints COME M S. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I nuke a specialty *af this line of goods and am id a shape to sell you any- Hung in the line for less money than it is possible for competitors to do. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 29, No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity «of Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, SO5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. BEFORE, AFTER. 1 h*vo taken the agency tor the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have * 1*11 stock of the goods in tight. These protectors are guaranteed to give jytotMtloD to the sheep an against .dogs. We have received our Seeds for the reason of 1894, ano have them ready to sup- 4»ly 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 Gar r iden 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 disease, and lla greatest suo. cess Is APOSLOLI'S treatment for Diseases of Women But to be successful li must be applied by the skillful hand of the SPEC 'L« 1ST. The Physicians of The Logansport Medical And Surgical Institute been using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by its use Rubbers at the Bankrupt shoe store. Mrs Frank Williams is lying quite ill with tonsillitis. To J. T. and Mrs. Cockbiirn, a Bno boy baby, born Tuesday. Misses and children's heel rubbers 15 cents, at the Bankrupt shoe store. Ladies and children's ready-made suits and dresses, at the New Fashion store. See Standard's portfolio of photographs of the world at J. Q. Swoet- ser's shoe store. Men's patent leather Plokadilly bluchers, worth $6, $3.48, at the Bankrupt shoe sale. See show case. The funeral of George W. Giah will be held today at 10:80 a. m. at the Seven Mile church, conducted by .Rev. C. A. Spitler. The members of Wea Tribe No. 170 I. 0. R. M. wish to extend their sym. pathy to the /smily of their brother Wm. Burgman for the loss of his young son a few days ago. The Parker house at Plymouth, one of the oldest and best known hotels in the State was totally destroyed by fire at 6 o'clock yesterday morning, many of the guests jumping from windows to save their lives. William T, S-ead's book, "irCbrl«t came to Chicago" is having a great run. The Journal has a few copies left and those desiring to read this sensational but moral work should avail tbemfelyeB of the opportunity. Fort Wayne Sentinel: The new St. Patrick's church branch of the C. K. of A. will be organized on next Monday night. Father Campion, of Logansport. State President, and Supreme Treasurer Kirohner, of Toledo, will be present, and the event will be a memorable one. The officers will be Installed sometime during the week following the organization .of the lodge COXEY IN TB« Hotorlon* - General 1 ' at Fort TVayne-The Port Wayne Journal'* view* on tli* Verr Inierrttlnfc Subject. Ft. Wayne Journal, yesterday morning: Early this morning Mr. Coxey, the man who is creating the greatest turmoil of any living man of the day, was in the city for a few short mo nfcnts. Mr. Coxey is on his way from Mas* sillon to Chicago, where he will attend a stock sale and be interviewed by the reporters for the Chicago dailies, the latttr probably being his real object for the trip at this critical time in the march of bis arm. The train on which Mr. Coxey oame arrived over the Plttsburg road at 3:15 a. m. and the notorious gentleman was sound asleep and cculd not be Interviewed. Coxey will return this evening and meet bis army somewhere along the road. As was stated in the Journal some days ago. there is a contingent of between flfty "*nd se\enty-fivo persons in this olty who fully intended to join the army of the commonweal. The idea of the party was to meet the army at Pittaburg and march with them from that place. In speaking with a gentleman who is interested upon this matter, he said lasi night to a representative of the Journal that it was very doubtful if the recruits would itart. "I think," said be, "that the cold weather has cooled their ardor somewhat. If it warms up by the lime Coxey gets to Plttsburg. and there is a chance for a grand picnic, I think there wM be almost a hundred men who are not now employed leave to join him." La-t night at the City Hall Mr William E, Hipp, a member of the MaeslllOD Brick Company, was present in consultation with the contractors who were making bids on new pave. ments. Hearing that the gentleman was from the much famed city of Massll'on, he was asked by a reporter whether he knew Coxey. "Oh, yes;" said Mr. Hipp. "I know him very well, and I saw his army start on the march before I came here." "You ask what kind of a crowd it was and how large. Well, I have seen many reports In the newspapers, but I counted them carefully and there werejuet §eventy-nine and no more. As to their looks.; you know all tramps look tough, but some are tougher than others, and these men were simply the grimiest, toughest, and altogether the raggedest lot that I ever saw ii a bunch. If there should be a thousand men of the stamp of these are there will be trouble on the line of march I have no doubt. 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 CELEBRITIES 1 BIG PATENT SCIt. Sk»*«. In this vicinity, restored hundreds of suffering women to health and after physicians had failed. Itii not painful and no exposure is They *lso ttaat all Chronic and Private Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. CALL ANO SEE THEM at 417 Market THESE ARE TIMES THAT TRY ALL MEN'S SODLS. HEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS. SHIRT MAKER, HATTBK JJTD FOHNMHEB. The Bell Telephone Camp»»y Ailted to P»T SS.OOO.OOO, A big patent suit has been filed in the United States circuit court at Toledo which may seriously affect the Central Union telephone company which controls the Logansport er change. The suit has been brought by the American electric company and the Bell telephone companies for Infringement of patent. The invention involved is know aa the multiple switch board and was patented several years ago by Mart'n J. Carney, at the time an employe of the Central Union. The patent vf&s placed on trial in the company's office at Toledo and has since been placed In every telephone exchange in the United States. During' all these years the inventor claims that he has cot received a cent from the Boll company for the use of his switch board. Ha will ask for $5,000000 damages. Porn Going to Hare Baceii. The Peru Trotting and Racing Association of Peru was organized Tuesday /or the purpose of giviog a spring and fall mee,lng in that city, which, with the large purses to be hung up and as- Ruranoe already at hand of large attendance ot noted horses, will give that course its old time prestige. A Peru correspondent says thaf'Dr J.W.Reed and Charles Wilson, prominent horte- men of Peru, are at the head of the movement, and have leased the track »nd grounds for a number of years. It Is also protmb e that the racing associations of Logansport and Kolto- mo will go In jointly with Messr*. Raed and Wilson, thus giving a three- county association, and one with strong financial backing. Several years ago the track in this city was one of the fastest In the western 8tates. There are no* fifty head of fast stock in training at the founds, which will be Increased to two hundred within the c'dmla? month, for two years this city ha been without •ny races-" _ No«dvanoe on small sizes ladies kip butto snoes at the Kraus Bankrupt sale; $1 50 silll b >ys fine shoes. The beit p in i lor the least money, at Bea Fisher's drug" store. £ Is a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the most popular Acton, Actresses, Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photographs are executed In the highest style of the art and each one ia 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 mace, besides a large outlay of money. In the majority of caees ihe great artlit* shown in this collection have given SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORK Which, therefore, include* 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 nil 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: in fact all the tat Actors, Actresses and Ji 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 88 Marie Burroughs, her* self one of the most prominent and popular actresses of th» dav. The Portfolio will he ISSUED lit TWELVE PARTS eacn part CONTAINING TWENTY PBO TUGRAPHS, 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 impossible to obtain elsewhere at any price; and even wnere obtainable any one of them would cost as many dollars as the number of cents for whlod inev are offered to the readers of the Journal. We offor them at TEN CENTS for each part, containing- twenty photographs, when accompanied by coupons; ID 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. In every issue of this pape' there will be a dated coupon. Three coupoot of different dates together with 10 cents presented at the Coupon Depar.meat Of the Dully Journal will t cure one of the parts of the »erles, aod ord«r» bf mall will be promptly filled without extra charge. The coupons need not b > connective but must be of different dates. All communications by mail should be accompanied by a plainly written address to which the Portfolio U to be forwarded, and should state the number of the part desired. Save Your Coupons BT*

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