Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 6, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 6, 1894
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 66c 78c and 98c per pair, 100 Sai s Lace Curtains from $1.28 to $2 00 per pair, worth doub.e. Abo a very fine line of Curtains from $3 SO to $20 per pair. Special prices OB Poles and Fixtures. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY 4th and Market Sts. Golden Rule. 68 CtS. KNOXEMALL! 68CtS. What? Our prices on First Class Goods. SB els buys Women's Fine Dongola Oxford Ties 1 PATENT TIPPED Not trash, but strictly solid leather. Good for this week. Watch our special bargains each week. PILLING & WHITE, 68 cts. 412 BROADWAY. 68cts. PITS. PITS. HURL I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SEE MB I keep the largest and best stock of Paints twd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for less-money than it is possible, tor «iy 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. LOGANSPORT. ISP. SUCCESS AT LAST! TUe World] Moves; 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 ' L 1ST. The Physicians of Tbe Lopsport Medical And Surgical Institute Hare been using thl. treatment with tho GREATEST SUCCESS and by Ita use have, In thi. ylolulty, restored hundred, of .suffering women to health and fcapplne.. after phy.iclan. had failed. It t. not painful'and no expoiure 1. They aUo treat all Chronic and Private Dluaie*. ' OOHSOLTATION FBBB. CALL AND 8EB THEM »t 417 Mwket DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6.. Spring wraps at lowest prices at the Trade Palace. Have a new hat of Patterson, the Haberdasher. Cheap, a splendid square grand piano for only $150, at J. C. Bridges, 410 Broadway. J. H. MoMillen has early Ohio seed potatoes from Seedsman's stock and warranted pure, for sale. Real roeij;t is characteristic of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and is manifested every day in the remarkable cures the medicine accomplishes. Dr. Chas. H. Little of Terre Haute will make the R, R Y. M. C. A. anniversary address In the First Presbyterian church next Sunday night. A fine program of music and recitations has been prepared for the social in the R. R, Y. M C. A. tonight. All railroad men and their families are invited to this social. The report of the proceedings before the Supreme Court which the Journal reproduced omitted the name of City Attorney Tuley who was also present and assisting. The Journal has received another instalment of No. 1 Marie Borrough's AotorB and Actresses portfolios. Those who have asked for this number during the last few days will now be aa- commodated. J. C Bridge, tbe piano dealer, at 410 Broadway, now has associated with him. Mr. W. F. Patterson, a first- class piano tuner. Orders left at. bis place for tuning, or repairing, will receive prompt and careful attention. Mary, wife of Charles Whlttaker, died at 7 o'clock last evening at the home, corner of Ninth and Rice streets, aged 25 years, of consump. tion. The funeral will be held Saturday at 10 o'clock, services conducted by Rev. T. S. Freeman, pastor of the Ninth street, Christian church. Gus Eberllne has just completed the tin aod furnace work on Ed Cloason's new bouBe. The work la ttrit class In all particulars and is a credit to Mr, Eberllne. He has now established himself at No. 606 Twelfth street, and Is prepared to do all sorts of tin, cop* per and sheet iron work at reasonable prices. He invites hi. friend, to call on him. BOLD BREAK FOR LIBERTY THEEE STATE PKI80NEB8 IN THE COUNTY JAIL EFFECT THEIB ESCAPE. Hoi Speed *b« Negro Bare Breaker; i;b*fi WlllUmi, tbe Tr*mp Hlgli witrraan mn<l • 8b»nt»>' Hamlltou tbe All around TUIof and T»nnli Pile the Hasp OITa Padlock and Flud their Way to Liberty Thronicb n ScnltleHoleln tbe Koof-An Even log J>a«h for Liberty. The Weather Today—Clear and pleasant. LEAVE YODR MEASURE AND HAVE US MAKE YOU SOME PERFECT FIITING Last evening about 7 o'clock there was a sensational eeoape from jail by which Sol Speed, the colored crook who was put in jail on the first day of March for breaking the safe at Bobt Ray's saloon and who la alao thought to be th« perpetrator of the J. D. Taylor diamond robbery; ChaB. Williams, the tramp highwayman who was arrested Saturday night together with Andy Ryan, a ditcher, lor rob- blng Chas. Hoffman, of Washington township on the highway, and •Shanty" Hamilton, the all-around thief and tough who after serving aiall sentence for a murderous assault on Policeman Skelton, was arrested and waa awaiting trial on an affidavit charging the theft of a watch from Gufl Dreyer, were successful In making a dash for liberty. In the celling above the west corridor is a scuttle trap, secured by a padlock. The padlock hangs, or bung, about two feet from the bars of the upper tier of the inner steel cage and could be reached by a person of a suN floient lenght of arm who might, un molested and by the exercise of an Infinite degree of patience, be operated upon with a flle. From the west corridor of the jail the arrangement of the bars of tho cage offers a snffl oient ladder by which the scuttle hole might be reached by an ordinarily active person. Jt was thus tbe delivery was effected. The hasp of the pad, lock had been filed through by some one reaching from the upper tier of tbe cage. Last evening when the prisoners were called for supper all responded and their evening repast was set out. The sheriff then sat down to his own supper. Upon the completion of the meal he eaw to the locking of the inside cage. Thinking that Borne of tbe prisoners had already retired to the Inelde, he saw that all were out of the corridors and locked the cage up for the nipht. About a quarter of an hour afterward roan Selgmond, who lives across the street on North street came over ;o the jail office and said that some one was climbing, up to tbe west windows to hand tools in. The sheriff .nvestlgated and found that Instead of some one climbing up from the oul- lide. others had been climbing down !rom the inside, and the startling act was disclosed that Speed, WU- iams and Hamilton were gone. They lad while down stairs for supper, climbed the outside of the cage and wriggled through the trap door to the garret. With few well directed movements ,hey had broken through the ilate roof and emerged upon the roof the free air of liberty. Having previously taken the precaution to ,ear Into strips and knot pieces of mattresses they bad a strong rope upon which they safely slid to the earth. It was this last act in their .scape which Selgmund saw and which he thought was the act of some one trom the outside climbing up to th» windows. It was found later that a bar near the floor of the cage at tbe north end, next to the stove, had been sawed off at one end and broken below, giving room for a man to wriggle through ;he opening. It is therefore probable that all wont to their cells after supper and later the trio got out through the broken bar. The remaining prisoners are petty culprits who are serving out jail sentences and who preferred to finish their sentences to incurring the pen- ally of a needless escape. The highwayman's partner was confined in another part of the jail, as ia customary In cases where two are put in together and of course knew nothing about his comrade's plan of escape. Sheriff Homburg notified the police and stationed his deputies on the lookout. It was soon ascertained that the fellows had been seen dodging around Uhl's mills and had run across the Clcott street bridge. It was then thought that they were laying for the Vandalia 8:40 freight south nrhloh they could board is it started up Clymer's hill. Deputies were Boot to Clymera, and found that upon a lumber car of this freight there were three nuob persons. Telegrams were Bent down the road, and It Is not unlikely that the trio may be captured before they are many hour, out. Ready-mad* wrappers and muilln underwear, at the Trad* P»l*»- 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. Men and Women Of Stageland THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRITIES MiA* Marie-fturrouj Is a magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the tnort popular Actor.. Actresses/Singers and Mu.iclans of modern times. The photograph* are executed In the highest style ot the art and each one is accompanied by an Interesting sketch of the professional career of the artl.t It repre.ent. the reBulto of immense labor .pent id collection of photograph, and data nece.. sary to completely pre§ent the most noted [«nonaf e» ot the stage, beside. a large outlay of money. In the majority of case, the great artl.u shown In EhlB collection have given SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORK not on public sale.and, in fact, the collection Is incomparable a. to Md . Every Photograph Is a Gem. In the serlee are Included all tbe great light! «' melodrama, comic opera, burlesque and larce; nil the favorite. of dramatic and lyric art; In fact all the all fat Ictus, tees anil Singers Of the world who have been seen during recent years on the In thlB Portfolio the selection has been made on a broad and basis to secure a complete representation of the modern stage and the tion has been co^Jed under the supervision of M,ss Marie Burrourh., self one of the moat prominent and popular actresses of the <Hy. me folio will be ISSUED 1ST TWELVE PARTS, each part CONTADTOW PHOTOGRAPHS, with the sketches belonging to them. IT IS A COMPLETE MIRROR OF THE MODERN STAGE radically a Biographical Dictionary of Stage Co- lebritlea Manv of the photographs of this collection It would be ImpOMlble HOW TO GET THEM: Di SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers thl. elegant work can be obtained in Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL oonMouttve, butmu ;* b ?°' St°* rf t te n addre..towhlohthe Portfolio to •hould be accompanied by a plainly written »°«™V ... be forwarded, and .hould .tate the number of the part ae»lrea. to be forwarded, and .houia .taw we num- - «~ Save Your Coupons Part 5—ready Aprils

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