Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 7, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 7, 1894
Page 8
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LACE CURTAIN SALE. *V the oalaDce of this we«k our "Curtain Department" will receive special at- eteaiion. We place on sale today 150pan^LaceCur»ainsat66c 78c and 98c per pair, ino pairs Lace Curtains from $1.28 to $2 00 per pair, worth double. AUo a very fine line of Curtains from $3 50 to $20 per pair. Special prices on Poles and Fixtures. SOHAAITT & HEFFLEY 4th and Market Sts Golden Rule. KNOW ALL MEN That Pilling & White have goods bought for <cash. at 20. 25, 30 or 4O cents on the dollar, *raore or less. Wholesale houses appreciate :<cash buyers, you know. Ladies' good Dongola Oxfords, pat. tip, all solid leather, not trash, price 68 cts. p Ladies' Red Russia Calf Oxfords, original retail price $2.00, we will sell 'em for 98 cts. Our space is too small to quote balance of bargains today, but call and see us. Also agent Columbia Bicycles. PILLING & WHITE. 412 Broadway. PITS. PIFS. ! AM HEADQUARTERS FOR M Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COMB AND ,!SB3 MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints ^»nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for leas money than it is possible for stay competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity «af Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, B. F. KEESLING, J3QB Fourth St. LOG ANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7. SUCCESS AT LAST! The World: Moves; Science Is Triumphant i But its 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 Tte Logansport Medical And Surgical Institute been using this treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by Iti use in thl* vicinity, restored hundreds of Buffering women to health and after physicians bad failed. It li not painful and no exposure is They alio treat all Chronic and Private Diseases. <JOHBCLTATION FREE. CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Market Singing Flowers. A hummer, our 98-oent cape,— Trade Palace. Parasols In all shades, at the New Fashion store. Baby laoe and muslin caps 15 cents, at the Bee Hire. Kid gloves in all shades, at the New Fashion store. The return of pleasant weather made things hum at the Bee Hive. Frank Carter has opened the barber shop at 312 Third street and has named it the Columbia. Chicken pie at the dlmner In the Crawford building today. All that are hungry come and eat. Grand reduction on all spring wraps to day. A good cape 98 cents; a better one for $3.28.—Trade Palace. The ladles of the auxiliary of the B, R. Trainmen are making elaborate preparations for their May Day ball. Today we will make a special effort ,n our wrap department, and start our beautiful line of capes at 98 cents.— Trade Palace. Do not be deceived by flashy adver. ;isementB, but call at Murdook's new shoe store Market, and see what your dollar will buy. Rheumatism racks the system like a (humbsorew. It retreats before the >ower of Hood's Saraaparllla, which mrlfies the blood. ' To keep up an interest in his shoe business, Otto Krajs has secured by special good luck an extraordinary bargain, which he has been extensive, ly advertising. The Bee Hive, on account of the scarcity In money, has paid particular attention to procure a fine assortment of medium prioa but very stylish looking dress goods and outside wraps. J. C, Bridge, the 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. The stated meeting of the presbytery of Logansport will be held In the Piesbyterian church at Valparaiso on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 10, 11 and 12. Rev R. H. Hooke is the moderator and Rev. O. W. Lattlmore, the stated clerk. The Weather Today—Cool with, posiidlf occasional skew- OH WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT? WHT AT THE HAT •MBi^n^P> STORE WHERE THE STYLES ARE THE LATENT AND THE PRICES THE LOWEST. HATTEB AMD FURNISHER, THE HATOB DEIIDES. Bpeolal fleeting of tbe Council t* Meleci Election Inipeeton. The council met last evening In adjourned session to select election inspectors, all the members present except Dolan and Blaaslngham. Mr. Reed of the First ward moved that the Inspectors be selected equally from each of the two leading parties, nine and nine. Mr. Wade moved to amend that the councllmen from tbe various warda be ordered to select the inspectors for their wards. On the roll call this amendment was carried, Peters, Wade. Beam and Drompp voting aye, and Hadley, Buyer, Powell and Reed, nay. The mayor gave the casting vote In favor of the amendment. On the original motion Hadley, Boyer, Powell and Reed voted, aye, and Peters, Wade, Beam and Drompp, nay, and the mayor again gave the deciding vote against the motion. Mr. Dolan came in after the motion was disposed of and the members were ordered to report their selection with the following result, 10 democrats and 8 republicans being chosen: FIRST WARD. First precinct—Jas. Carney. Second precinct—John C. Beatty. Third precinct—Jas, Jackson. Fourth precinct—Jos. Kerlin. SECOND WAKD. First precinct—Albert Williams. Second precinct—R. C. Taylor. Third precinct—M. Garrlgan. THIRD M'ARD. Fir~t precinct—John C. Elsert. Second precinct—Jerrj Sullivan. Third preclnot—Geo. W. Palmer. FOURTH WARD] First precinct—Wm. Enyart. Second precinct—L. G, Patterson. Third precinct—Jas. A. Day. FIFTH WARD. First praclnct—Jaa. P. Martin. Second preclnot—Jas. Mulcahey. Third precinct—Robt. F. Johnston. Fourth precinct—Rudolph Berndt. Fifth precinct—Christian Schaeffer. A special bill of expenses In the matter .of the pas eulti at Indianapolis was allowed to City Attorney Tuley amounting to $25.25 and the council adjourned, Deatb of Solomon Fl«b«r. Yesterday about 2 o'clock Mr. Soloman Fisher, died at his homo on Market street, after a few weeks 111. neei aged 70 years. The deceased bad been a resident of Logansport for more tkan 40 years. He came to this country from Germany when quite young and first settled at Cincinnati; after a brief residence there he went to Lafayette where he enterea business. After a few years residence there he came to Logansport, about forty years ago and entered into the olotblag business. For many years be was among the prominent business men of the city. In later years he has led a retired life, devoting himself chicly to bis family of whom survive him, his widow and sons. Benj. William, Max J. and Maurice and a daughter. Men's r> bpnng 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 Wanted Meat on Blent A few day* ago a lad who gave his name as James O'Donald and who appeared at Ramsey's Sixth street meat market secured 40 cents worth of meat, declaring that he wanted it for Dr. J. W. Ballard for whom he worked. Mr. Ramsey found that there was no such a lad 'employed In tbe Ballard household and laid for the boy. Yesterday the same boy came back to the meat ihop and upon a similar pretense wanted more meat, Mr, Ramsey sent for the police, and upon the appearance ot Offloer Graham the boy was placed in custody and landed in jail, where he will be held for trial. They are SiHl««Large. Sheriff Homburg heard nothing yesterday concerning his prisoners, Sol Speed, Chas. Williams and Shanty Hamilton who escaped by breaking from jail the night before. Ills thought that the fellows got on a Vandalla south freight and effected their escape from this bailiwick. The sheriff sent out telegrams and printed descriptions all over the State and it is not unlikely that the prisoners will be sooner or later heard from. IHaconle Notice. Members of Orient Lodge No 272, F. & A. M., are herewith notified of a special meeting at 8 o'clock this (Sat. urday) evening to make arrangements for the funeral of our late Brother Solomon Fisher. Funeral by Rabbi Samel Hlrsberg, of Fort Wayne, at 2 p. m Sunday from the house, No 620 Market street, leaving Orient Lodge hall at 1:45 Sunday afternoon. All Masons in the city are fraternally Invited to join with us. R. B. WHirsBrr, W. M. Delia May, daughter of Wm. A. and Nora Kevs, died ot her home In Kokomo last Thursday of oonsump. tlon. aged 16 years. The remains will arrive at the Pan Handle station today at 11 o'clock. Burial at Mt. Hope on arrival. .. i Is & magnificent collection of 240 Photographs of the most popular ActOrt, Actresses, Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photograph* are executed In the highest style of the art and each one Is accompanied by an Interesting sketch of the professional career of the artist It represent* the results of Immense labor spent in collection of photographs and data necessary to completely preeent the most noted personages of the «tage, besides a large outlay ot money. la the majority of cases the great artlstt shown IB 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 as to quality and _. _, Every Photograph Is a Gem. In the series are included all the great lights of tragedy, comedy. grand opera, melodrama, comlo opera, burleeque and iarce; all the favorites In all branchw of dramatic and lyric art: in fact all the Cieal Actors, Actresses and Singers Of the world who have been seen during recent years on the American stag*-. 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 ss Marie Burroughs, herself one of the most prominent and popular actresses of the day. The Wrt- folio will be ISSUED IN TWELVE PARTS, each part coNTAisraa 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 Ce. lebrltlos 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 whlcd they are offered to the readers of the Journal. We offer them at TEN CENTS for each part, containing twenty photographs, when accompanied by coupons; in other words we offer these elegaat photographs at HALF A CENT APIECE. HOW TO GET THEM: BY SPECUL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can be obtained in Logansport ocly through ^ THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL. " the Daily Journal will sacure one of the parts of the series. and order, by mall wUl be promptly filled without extra charge. The coupons »eed DO* be to be forwarded, and should state Save Your Coupons

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