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April 4, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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LACE CURTAIN SALE. For the balance of this week our "Curtain Department" will receive special attention. We place on sale today 150 pair* Lace Curtains at G6c 78c and 98c per pair, 100 pairs Lace Curtains from $1.28 to $2 00 per pair, worth double, Also a very fine line of Curtains from $3 iO to $20 per pair. Special prices on Poles and Fixtures. SGMMITT & MEFFLEY _ _ _ * r-s. . f~+ 1 1 T\ 1 _ 4th and Market Sts. Golden Rule. FITS: PITS. firs. ,1 AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COMB AND SEE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line of goods and ain in a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible J for competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Paints You Want Come and See Me WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, SOS Fourth St. LOG ANSPORT, IND, DAILY JOURNAL BEFORE. AFTER. I have taken the agency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have . fall B *ock of the goodsin sight. These protectors are guaranteed to give «rotectton to the sheep as against dogs. We have received our Seeds for the season of 1894, ana have thenr i ready 'to sup- />lv our customers on demand. We handle Nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all Sf our old stock has been burnt, our custom- ^rs may rest assured that they will get fresh, clean goods. We have a full variety of Gar<den 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 carnage Don t lorget the old place, 424 BROADWAY. Geo. Harrison. SUCCESsTAjTlAST ! The World] Moves; Science Is Triumphant ! But Its greatest triumph la 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 The Logansport Medical And Surgical Institute -!3aTe been using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by Us use f h*7«, In this vlclulty, restored hundreds of suffering women to health and »' tel> physicians had failed. It 1» not painful and no exposure Is They »l»o treat all Chronlo and Private Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Market WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 4. Spring wraps at tho Bee Hive. Our lins of lace curtains Is fine.— Golden Rule. Half price for men's fine plush allp- pers.—Aandoraon & Rans. The very latest ideas In spring wraps today at the Bee Hlvo. Diamond tipped Oxfords for ladiea, not bablee, for 87 cents, at Kraus'. Patent leather Bluchers and Con- gross, worth $5, at 12.50.—Anderson & Ran s. Did any one ever hear of ladies Oxfords al 37 cents? That's Kraua' price. Cheap, a splendid square grand piano for only $150, at J. C. Bridges, 410 Broadway. Six hundred pairs of ladles fine Dongola shoes worth $2.50, at $1.35. —Anderson & Hans. A long distance telephone is being put In at the local exchange of the Jantral Union Telephone office. We can compete with anybody and will sell goods at auch prices never before quoted in the city.— Auderson Rans. Otto Krnus' shoo competitors frank, y acknowledge that -they cannot compote with him on prices—37 cents for women's shoes. Such lovely capos and prices so ry reasonably, is the reply heard rom the ladles who visit ths cloak department at the Trade Palace. The funeral of Mrs. Anna Maae.wife of Jacob Maaa, will be hald from St. Joseph's church Friday morning at 9 o'clock, Kev.FathorKoehne officiating. Interment will be made In Mt. Hope cemetery. J. C Bridge, tho piano dealer, at 410 Broadway, now has associated with him. Mr. W. F. Patterson, a first- class piano tuner. Orders left at his place for tuning, or repairing, will receive prompt and careful attention. Fidelty Chapter, No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star entertained tho lodges of the same order from Wabash and Peru last evening in a very pleasant manner. Thoro were thirty or more visitors and all had a pleasant time, returning at 3 o'clock. The local lodge had something to do in the way of Initiations and at midnight an agreeable b&nquetwas served. AUGUSTA GETS TEN YEARS. The Jwrr in tn« Came Oelebre, State TI. AnnniM scbmldt, murder, B«- tnrni » Verdict of Ten Year* Imprisonment In the Femftle Prl*oa. It was telegraphed here yeaterday morning after long suspense tho verdict in the Augusta Schmidt murder case, from Eokomo. The jury returned a verdict convict- Ing tho defendent and fixing her punishment at ten years In the female prison at Indianapolis. It was understood that the jury stood until late Monday night sine for con* viction and three for acquittal, and that a compromise was alTocled early in the morning whereby tho above verdict was agreed upoii. Judges Dykeman and Winfield departed yesterday for Kokomo to enter a plea for a now trial. Among the comments on tho case the following from a Kokomo correspondent will pretty well cover the ground. The quaint little Gorman woman hoard the verdict stolidly. She hardly understood Its meaning. On her way to jail she broke down, denouncing the laws of America and bewailing the fato of her children. A motion for a new trial was mado this afternoon. It will be denied, as the record is regarded as being exceptionally free of error. An appeal will follow. The woman is wealthy, and will fight to the bitter end. Mrs. Schmidt is the daughter of the late Baroness Schlndling, of the prov* Inco of Zwlckua, Saxony. She quai- reled with Oscar Walton, one of her tenants, last October and shot him dead as he stood in hie doorway. She was Dlndicted for murder in tho first degree and denied bail by the Supreme Court, to which she appealed. She is forty-two years of age, has a husband and three children and recently came into possession of a fortune of ?LOO,000. Tho woman threatens to kill herself. One of tho jurymea in this case when the jury retired called attention to the fact that this was a very solemn caso and proposed that the deliberations bo opened with prayer. An ir- rovorant member objected, sayine that as the deliberations would bo very debilitating ho thought the proper thing for everybody would be to take a drink. WHAT T1IE TROUBLE WAS. Men's Spring Clothing, No matter what the style of suit you may desire to buy or the price you want to pay, we can suit and please you. THE PROGRESS. Corner 4th and Market. The Weather Today—Clem and pleasant. APRIL FOOLED ALL THE YEAR AROUND BUT COME TO US FOR MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Shirts Mafle to Order er Ofiborn Colls Actentloii to the \Veakne«« of Hlocliod III tlic 1>UTI» Bridire natter. The Journal yesterday received the following- letter from Engineer Frank C. Oaborn who mado tho investigation of the Davis Bridge. The letter is voluntary on tho part of Mr. Osborn and the Journal appreciates his kindly interest in tho public welfare. The suggestion made by Mr. Osborn Is a good one. As a rule a departure from such a business-like method means that there it* boodle at work somewhere. CLEVELAND, OHIO, April 2, '94. Editor Logunsport Journal, Logansport Ind. DEAR SIK: Kuferring to the bad state of alltt|rs on the Davia bridge, I write to call your attention to toe way in which this work really ought to be done to secure the best service at a, minimum cost. Work of this natare should be done in the same manner that building work or other work of Importance is conducted. Ween euch work Is contemplated, an j engineer should be appointed by the county to draw up the general plan . and write the specifications. When it | has been fully determined, in this manner, just what kind of a structure i is wanted then propositions should be asked for from manufacturers for fur-, nlshing the work in accordance with Men and Women Of Stageland THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRITIES Marie &urrougft&. IB a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the most popular Actors, Actresses, Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photographs are executed la the highest style 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 moat noted personages of the stage, besldee a large outlay of money. In the majority of cases the . great artiste shown in this 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 ae to quality and Every Photograph Is a Gem. In the series are included all the great lights of tragedy, comedy, grand opera, melodrama, cornio opera, burlesque and tarce; ell the favorites in all branches of dramatic and lyric art; in fact all the [feat Ictois, Actresses and Slip for " the manufacture of the bridge but not for design. When bridge companies furnish their own plans for work they will naturally furnish jugt as cheap a plan as is possible, and the temptation is to skin the life out of everything for tho sake of getting the contract. Money saved in this manner is not always saved for reasons which are clearly shown In tho Davis bridge. Very few people would think of asking forbids from contractors for a house costing say from ten to fifteen thousand dollars. They would first have their plans prepared and find out what kind of a house they wanted before asking for propositions. I think you will do the county good service by advocating this method of procedure on future work of this nature. Yours very truly, FKANX C. OSBORN. To Eflfoct m. Union. Peru Journal:—Secretary C.N.Graf- Qs, of the Logansport Driving Association, has written the Peru Racing Association, stating that ho will be in this city this week to try and make arrangements for tho Logansport and Peru Associations to join together and give the fall raced on the Peru track. Low prices and correct styles Is the cause of. our selling: so many spring j wrapa.—Trade Palace. Of tho world who have boon seen during recent years on the American In this Portfolio the selection haa been mado on a broad and compret basis to secure a complete representation of the modern stage and the eelec. tlon has been completed under the supervision of M as Marie Burroughs, herself one of the most prominent and popular actreeacs of the day. The Fort- folio 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 Co- lebrities. Many of tho photographs of this collection it would be Impossible to obtain elsewhere at any price; and even where obtainable any one of them would coat as many dollars as the number of cents for whlcd they are offered to the roaders^Uhe Journal. We offer them at TEN CENTS for each part, containing twenty photographs, when accompanied by coupons; 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 bo obtained in Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL to b. forwarded, and should state the the part desired. to . orware, an su Save Your Coupons «£S8

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