Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 12, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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The Big Sale at THE GOLDEN RULE Silks and Dress Is on. Specially low prices on Oooda Come and save money. SGMMITT & HEFFLEY We have one hundred pairs of Misses' Best Dongola, Patent Tip, Spring Heels, sizes 31 to 2, choice 99c. These goods were consigned to us by the Brown Shoe Co. and are retailed by all shoe merchants from $1.75 to $2.00 per pair. Come quick—this small lot will not last long, PILLING & WHITE, /Agent for Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. MS. PITS. PIFS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR M Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND $BE MS. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints i»nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I nuke a specialty •of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you any- 4hicg in the line for leas? money than it is possible *for any competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity <xfi Paints You Want Come and See Me ,.^.&.H£ 1 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, SOB Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 12. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nloolls Senn said recently that there had beea more real progrees made during the last ten years In medicine and surgery than In any other branch of human knowledge. This is particularly shown by the great use that Is now made of ELECTRICITY ln tne ouro °' dlse *»°- B ? lt tne treatment of diseases peoullar to women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialists In these ailments and gives results that *re not equalled by any other method known. It Is our main reliance In many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it Is unequalled. But the apparatus is expensive and much »klll is required In its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it Is one of the raaans by which he makes hit work BO certain, positive and satis- factor/. We avoid the useless and often Injurious drugging of the system. Tho LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE Is the o»lf place nearer .than the large oltlea where these advan. ; tafes o»* «e obtained. You are Invited to oall sod investigate. bwUftUeofree. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 41T 1CABKBT 8T. Cut price sale,—Golden Rule. New capes and jackets.—Trade Palace, Big sale of spring goods at tbe Golden Rule. Patterson, the Haberdasher, bought a sample lot of umbrellas. They go cheap. Today and tomorrow, corset covers, 11 cents; children's pantalets. 10 cents and upwards; drawers. 39 cents; chemise, 19 cents; trimmed night dresses, 43 cents, and all other muslin underwear at special prices,—Trade Palacn. Every tramp arriving at Elktart Ia first vaccinated, after which he ia given a lunch, neatly wrapped In paper, by a hotel in that city, which charges the city 15 centa for every ,unch prepared. A policeman th&n escorts the tramp to the corporation ,lne and he Is bidden to move on. Mrs. Sarah York, widow, living alone near Sycamore, was found dead on the floor of her room, close to a roaring gas flre, which had roasted the flesh from the bones. It is tbe apposition that her dead b»dy lay in. ront of the prata for five days. Twenty years ago her husband wis ound dead on the same farm. Kokomo Tribune : The motion or a new trial In the Augusta Schmidt ase set for Wednesday may not be ubmltted until late in the week. Con- rary to general expectations, there .will be no argument on the motion. There will be merely a formal entry of tbe action, which will be overruled, and the case taken to the Supreme court—probably. Augusta will go to prison immediately after the motion for a rehearing is overruled. Abraham Peters, near Sedalla, ww importuned by lightning-rod men to rod his barn, and he consented. Some material was left over, which they asked him to store for them, and they coaxed him Into signing a receipt showing so many feet of roddlng still in his possession. Soon after lie THE PRIMARIES TONIGHT. Tbe Democratic Meetings-Other Political Gnat. The democratic primaries will be held this evening. It is predicted that tbe gas combine will i|»j some of Its accusers secretly under some other pretext. Yesterday the talk was that there was DO danger and that no matter who got In the council he would not dare vote In favor of tbe gas company. The people should not be deceived by any such talk as this. No man would at one jump vote open ly but it Is the little concessions which finally make the big one. The contest In the First ward will be lively, Ed Kearney being th» contestant. Kearney is backed by the Grsfflfl-Schwerdman combination but has been brought out to kill Beam. In the Second w»rij it Is anybody's nomination. In the Third Drompp has no open opposition and In the Fifth Peters is a candidate with secret efforts being made to defeat him. ALDEKMANIC MATERIAL. The Journal's mention of a possible republican candidates for council yesterday morning brought out the fact that there were several others talked of. In the first ward Charles Ringleben, Arthur Flnegan, W. H. H. Carter and E. T. Parker have been mentioned, while Col. Robt. Crotner la said to be an avowed candidate. Sam Hart of the second ward called at the Journal office yesterday to say that he would be a candidate in that ward. In the Fifth ward SchuyJer Powell is also talked of. THE CONGRESSIONAL CONTEST. A telegram from Hon. M. F. ChlU cote of Rennselaer yesterday gives bis estimate of the Jasper county delegation. Mr. Chilcote is friendly to all candidates, and impartial. He states that from the beet Information obtainable the delegation stands 12 for Johnson, 1 forLandls and one doubtful. This would change the figures given yesterday morning somonhat. These figures are after all only estimates and no man knows how a delegate will vote until the time comes. In White county, for Instance, the delegates selected were picked out because they wore supposed to be Landls men. Judge Johnston coifl- dently claims five of them and Capt. S ifIgart four and naturally there must be a doubt as to how they will really vote. CLOTHING! Hats and Furnishings. Our lines for this Spring far excel all pur previous efforts, both in volume and selection, we can show you more new Choice Novelties in Clothing, Hats, etc., than any other house in the city. Remember also that we will sell you Spring Goods for less money than any other house. A. C, BRYCE. The Progress Cor, Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. THS MEMORIAL found a promissory note in bank, calling for $i3S. Mr. Peters does not know how his signature was obtained to the note unless a thin strip of carbon was pasted underneath tho paper which he signed, by which It was afterward traced on a note 1 n bank. The Weather Today — Cool and cloudy with fiurrics of A Traveling Man GOT BROKE AND WE BOUGHT ALL HIS SAMPLES OF UMBRELLAS COME AND GET A $200 UMBRELLA FOR $1.25. The Memorial War Book. The book of especial Interest to veterans of the blue and the gray. The book of especial value to students of their country's history. The book of especial fascination to lovers of romance in narrative. Personal narrative written by the leading generals on both sides. Nine hundred illustrations of war time scenes taken from photographs and sketches. Recollections of camp and field life as recorded by the rank and file. Issued in twenty parts. One part each week. It is the standard history of the war of the Rebellion. The followers of the Stars and Bars have equal prominence in the work with tbe servers of the Stara and Stalpes and the utmost good feeling is predominant throughout. There is nothing lacking that could be demanded to make this an interesting, succinct, and complete history of the greatest civil strife and reunion of modern times. The terms upon which the public can secure this Invaluable work are easy. Road the coupon printed on another pags. _ A Cornerstone Ceremonv. St. John Commandery Knights Templar about thirty strong accompanied by the Military ba«d went to Wabash yesterday morning to participate in the ceremonies attending the laying of the corner stone of a very Bne new High cchool building at that pretty, enterprising little city. The occasion was made o»e of unusual Interest. The people of Wabash made of the day a sort of a holiday and all turned out to take part In the affair. There were also aommanderles from Ft. Wayne and Marlon to assist In the ceremonies. The grand parade In connection with the ceremonies was participated in by tbe school children of the city and was a very imposing pageant. The members of tbe visiting commanderles were royally enter, talned and the local commandery returned at 11 o'oloak last night. The band returned at 6 last evening. •earner'* Restaurant Hold. Last evening the deal was consummated whereby Frank Beamer's Broadway restaurant changed owners. Mr. Beamer sold his business to Mr. John W. Markley, the wall known real estate man who at onoe took charge •nd will hereafter conduct the business .at the popular old stand. Teiterday ttmnty Clerk 311« issued the tallowing license* ty wefth* Kobert Reed and Sarah DftTid W. Miller," " WfVR BOOK S. ST.mr OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS. NARRATIVES OF MRS WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS Special War Correspondent with the Army of the Potomac, the Army ot James, the Army of the Shenandoah and the Army of tlie Cumberland; also Correspondent in the Fraaco-Mexican War, the tfuatemala-Nioaraguan War and the Chili-Peruvian War, etc.. etc.. etc. the THIS IMPERIAL, WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY MAGNIFICENT ;' ILLUSTRATIONS j MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. j The original war views reproduced in this work are selected frem nor* ( ' than 6 000 negatives taken by the Government Photographers, M. B. Brtdj ...(., and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861,1862, 1863, 1864 and 1865, ,| making the s Oldest Panorama of the j p 1 M in r Civil War Ever It trill be completed in about thirty weekly parti, each part ooniUting of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 Illustrations, printed <m tho finest coated paper and no expense will be .pared to mako It the most »ump. tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal h« «ecured the exclusive distribution of thtt splendid w«r book in this city and now offers It to Journal reader* for three ecrapOM Mi 10 cents tor each park Part 1 Ready Friday April 17.

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