Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 30, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 30, 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. 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. FITS. PITS. PUS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COMB AMD BBS ME. t keep the largest and best stock 'of Paints ,«,nd Painter's Supplies iu Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything io the line for less money than it is possible fjr rosy competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity 4rf Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, BOB Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 80. BEFORE. AFTER. ft lUII-BlOTJKOI liUO KWVUO lu *>•»">. protection to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for tne season of 1894, ana have them ready to sup- olv our customers on demand. We handle nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all «f our did 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 Sportfng Goods! In fact we have everything that goes with a horse and carnage. Don t •forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY Geo. Harrison. SUCCESS AT LAST! The World Moves; Science Is Triumphant I But its greatest triumph Is In the cure of disease, and Its greatest euo- 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 Tbe Logansport Medical AM Surgical Institute -tore been u.log this treatment with the GREATEST SDCOESS and by hi use .t»Te, In thli Tlolnity, restored hundred, of suffering women to he.lth and i after phytlolant had failed. It Is not painful and no exposure li Men's fine dress shoes $1.—Ander. son & Ran*. Wanted—A vest maker. Apply at once —Tucker & Young. Henry Spltle and Mary Henry wore yesterday licensed to wed. Ladles' white slippers In great variety at lowest figures —Anderson & Rane. Two young ladles flt to entertain a Qjeen, in the millinery department. at the New Fashion store. J. E Saell & Go's $5,000 well assorted stock of notions will be sold at auction Saturday. Don't fall to at. tend the slaughter sale. Great rush at the Trade Palace for ready-made muslin underwear, calico, ginghams, and in fact, all wash goods iu ready mado wrappers from 78 cents each, up Our dross goods department Is complete. YOB will find all the latest style fabrics with a wonderful variety of trimmings to match, at the Now Fashion store. Lost—One sot of Barnett House plans near the West Side bridge. Liberal reward will be paid for the same returned to J, B. Messlnger's Plumbing store. The two days vacation of the public schools usually given at this season and which was to have been given Thursday and Friday of next week, has been foregone and the schools will go on without the customary pause. Mrs. Sarah G. Slagle died at 12 o'clock Wednesday at her home In Washington township. Carroll county, aged 60 years The funeral will be held today at 11 o'clock at the church at Clymers station. There will be a call meeting of the Ladies' Society of the Market street M. E. church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock All members are requested to be present as there is business of Importance to be transacted. The Weather Today—Clear and warmer. Have your Shirts Made To Your Measure, We are prepared 'with an Excellent Line of WHITE and FANCY DESIGHS for SHIRTS. rr, They alto treat all Chronic and Private Dl*ea»ei. CONSULTATION FREE. CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Market SHIKT MAKER. HATTER AND FURNISHER. THE BABNETT HOUSE CONTRACT. Moore A' Sou »r Kokoroo Are tbe Lowest <;<ii prill Uldilcr* on the Baruett Hume contract and Will Be Awarded, tbe Contract. Yesterday in the office of J. H. Rhodes, architect, the bids for the construction of tho new Barnett House were opened. There was a wide diversity of bids and tho contracts were not let at tbe tlmo, but postponed until today. It Is declared, however, that the contract will be let today to Moseers. Moore & Son, of Kokomo, whose general bid. was if IS,950 exclusive of plumbing and gas fitting, and to them will be let the contract. Thl firm of bidders is not unknown to Logansport. It was they who built James O'DonneH's stable on Third street; J. T, McNary's residence Tenth street, and M. F. Mahoney's residence cm 21st street, Among the bids yesterday were tho following: J. E. Gibson, $19,000; Mertz of South Bond, $16,800; George W. Palmer, $16,546 41; J E. Barnes, $15,745 for plastering, McElhaney, $1,627 Conway, $1,700; for painting, Mucker $1,992; BoBtty, $1.950; Uodorhay $1,868; for carpentering, Webber ¥10 218 60; Moser & Son, $7,500; G. W Palmer, $8,933.75; for brick and stone work, J E. Barnes, $1,759; Gua G'eltz. $4 455; John Medland, $2,225 for tin, slate and iron work, M. Jen nings. $2,l*0;Lute South Bend $4 455 Mohaflle & Smith. $2,125; Lelter & Wise. $2,590; painting, P. Kearney $1,000. _ A vindication M*rcl>. On April 6 and 7 will occura grand reunion of officers and soldiers at the battlefield of Shlloh, says the Craw, fort'svllle Journal. General Lew Wallace has applied for an officer of the regular army engineer corps to be there In attendance and to make a survey and recognizance of tbe move ments in line and column of tbe third division of Ihe army of the Tennessee, both golnur to tie field en April 6, 1862. and during the battle on the second day. The engineer la to make his report to the army department to gether with a map, The department has granted the application and de tailed an officer for tho work. This step has been thought advisable in order to correot impressions some ol which have gone into history, regard, ing the operations of the third dl vision during tho battle. So malicious and false have been tho representa tlons of biased parties in the past that General Wrllace and the survivors of the third propose to establish themselves oooe for all. They will start from tbelr original camping ground at Stony Lonesome, near Crump's Landing, and will march over the same ground. In tbe same manner they marched during the battle They will tbua establish the fact that they mxrcbed according to directions and never away from ihe field of battle. The Scbmldt Harder Trial. The ovldenoe In the case of the State ve, Augusta Schmidt charged with the murder of Oscar Walton, on trial at Kokomo, closed yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock and the ar. gumont began. The most important witness proceeding the close of the evidence was Mrs.- Schmidt who made a good defense detftillng tbe frequent indecent proposals made -to her by Walton and his frequent throats to personally assault her She told the st. ry of the killing la a straightforward manner, relating his attack on bor and upon her son and her final defense of herself when she saw him push the door open Sne tried to push it shut but could noi; then shot. The argument It confined to four bou> s and a half on each side and wlli conclude thin evening at whicb time the case will be given to tbe jury Both Bides have made a strong case and the verdict ol ihe jury will be awaited with much Interest. Tlf Change ID the t»hr Henie. La'ayetie Courier: The parties Interested in the buying and selling of ibe Lahr house have been In consultation todaj, endeavoring to reach a complete and satlrfaotory understanding. Tnls morning it was understood that tbe transfer would be made today, all parties concerned seeming to be very close to an agreement Mr. Fred Van O,-m»n, one of the prospec- tlv* buyers, and a' hotel man of great experience, has been here all day In consuliailon with Messrs. Weakly & Mertz and Mr. John Lahr. The Im pavements contemplated will be made by tbe Lahr heirs and the agreement with i hem bus been definitely settled. The lease held by W.aklyA Mertz does not expire until January 1, 1896, but Mr. Van Orman expressed a wish to take the house at once Late this afternoon, it looked as if the de .1 might be closed before the first of April, or the Monday thereafter, ;givlag the new men posses, slon at once • Men's Creoles seainleM f>hoe« 97 cent, regular price |1.50.-Anderton & R»n». •' • ...<:' 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 Mi • Is a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the mon popular Actors. Actresses Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photographs are executed in the highest style i.f the art and each one le accompanied by an interesting sketch of the jrofessional career of the artist It repnsenU tne results of immense labor spent in collection of photographs and data necei- sary to completely present the most noted personages of ihe stnge. beside* a large outlay ot money. la tbe majority of caees the great artist* shown in this collection have given SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORK Which, therefore. Includes many photographs whicb are not to be obtained elsewhere. Othere have personally supplied favorite photographs which arc 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, .rrand opera. melodrama, comic opera, burlesque and tarco; .11 tbe favorites la all branches of dramatic and lyric art; In fact ail tho Croat Actois, Aciiesses and lingers Of the world who have been seen d,.ring recent years on the Amencan stage. In this Portfolio the selection has been made on a broad and cum p. ehensive basis to secure a complete representation of the ^ern stage and ,he selec. lion has been completed under the supervision of M SB Marie Burrmiirns, ner self one of the mo*t prominent find popular actresses of tb- djv I ne ror«p folio will he ISSUED IN TWELVE PARTS each part CONTAINING TWENTT 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 S.age Ce. febrlUes Many of the photographs of this collection it would be '*.><>••"£ leonwes. ai*uy K * ^ ^^ ^^ obtalnab(e any 000 O r them words, we offer these elegant, photographs at i HOW TO GET THEM: BY SPECUL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can b« obtained in Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL different dale, together with 10 cents Dally Journal will »-cure one " will be promptly filled consecutive, but must be of of the «erles. and o--d<»r» bj The coupons need not be ommunicattnns by mall address to which tbe Portfolio tbe part i . w :o h ^:S mP analou y id .«• ?«- of the part *£-. 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