Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 15, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 15, 1894
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• -oi™-M,->'..;.T.v n T,]>yc^i^^^ Vy^'&^'.-^r;. -''.; ^•: t V^v*'^ Yourself and friends are cordially invited to be present at our -Great Exhibition and Display of Wrappers, Tea Gowns, Neglige G °Th S e Tatesrat ian Style's ma^f^ilkf Wool and Muslin will be shown. I*,... Monday and Tuesday, two days only, at our OLOf\K PflRLORS Dont fail to attend and see these garments. You will be pleased them, KNOCKED OUT. BEAD AND M'ALLISTEB JOIN THE CABAVAN. The Democratic ConTentlon Doe* Thing! In Great Shape—George W. Fender Nominated for Mayor Gnorice W. Huffman for Treasurer, and Edward DonoTau for Clerk. Wm. Anglic, John Jacbion and John W. Wef»l Named for Water Work* Trn»iee«. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY PILLING WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders in Fine Footwear. Ladies' good solid Oxfords Misses' pat. tip spring heel Shoes Elegant Prince Alberts only 'Cloth-top, pat. tip Oxfords $.75 99 1.48 1.25 Dont'fail to see us when you want good •scheap shoes. PILLING & WHITE, &eent ror Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. ms: PUS. PHIS. J AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SE3 MS. I keep the largest and beat stock of Paints and Paiater's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you any- tkingin the line for lea? money than it is posaible^for •^.competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity «rf Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 3505 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 16. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nloolli Senn said recently that there had fceei more r«al progreos made during the last ten years In medicine and surgery than in any other branoh of human knowledge. This is particularly shown by the great use that li now made of m KnTHICITY in the cure of disease. By it the treatment of SieaX pajuuar 10 women ha. been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialist* in these ailments and gives results that are not equalled by any other methoa known. It Is our main reliance in many other diseases such as Naial Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it is unequalled. But the apparatus 1. expense and much iklll is required in Us use. These > can only bo acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it is one of the «Muby which he makes his work so certain, positive and satis, factory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE I. the only place nearer than the large cities where these advaa- Uge* can be i obtained. You are invited to oall and investigate. exultation free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 If ARKKT ST. Arthur McTrggart is quite 111. All the new laces at the Bee Hive, Receiving and bouse robes—Golden Rule. Handsome spring wraps at the New Fashion store. The best $2.50 sweeper for $1.50, at the Trade Palace. Eighteen cents for new teck ties, See Olio's window. Don't iall to eoe America, the new art portfolio, at GiiTe's book store. Get one ot those $2.50 carpet sweep- era for $1.50, at tho Trade Palace. Dr. Hollo way'soIHca in tho Progress block, corner 4th and Market streets. We are showing a very fine assortment of fine laces at tho New Fashion store. James Hazeltlne has bought out Barnes' bakery and restaurant on Broadway. The best and lowest priced carpets, mattings and rugs ever shown, are at the Trade Palace. NOB, 5 and 7, all silk ribbons, at 6 cents; Nos. 9 and 12 at 10 cents per yard, at the Bee Hive. Floyd Andrews will lead the Junior Prayer Circle meeting today at 2:30 at the Broadway Presbyterian church. The box seats on sale for the Elk Minstrels will bo held at Patterson's at 9 a. m. Tuesday. There will be no avorltes. I will remain at the New Fashion tore this week. Will do all kinds of tamping and teach drawing and needle work.- Mrs. Basic. Look out for the Big Ellc Minstrels next Friday evening. The amusement event par excellence of tho eason. Box seats on sale Tuesday a. m. at Patterson's. If you think you get a better style t the hatters because you pay double ou are mistaken. Otto sells the dentioal blocks and styles made by be same Union hatters. This evening Rev. Mr. Marsh, we earn, delivers the discourse on "The ntermedlate State." This subject is ne in which many are interested, 'hose who heard .the discourse on •Bible teachings as to physical eath" will undoubtedly wish to know •hat views his studies have led him ,3 account as to the bible teachings onoerning the Intermediate State. The Weather Today—Clear and warm. NECKTIE WE HAVE ALL THE NEW STYLES Men's Furnishing Goods D. D. Fickle caUed the convention to order and A. G. Jenklnes nominated Ed F. Kearney as permanent chairman and he was elected without opposition. Mr. Kearney acknowl. edged the honor in a few remarks "appropriate to the occasion." D. D. Fickle was elected secretary and J. W. Barnes was made assistant secretary. The several delegations being reported full it was resolved that the sense of the convention be taken by a vote by words. The convention then proceeded to hear the names for office of Mayor, tho secretary calling the wards for nominations. Senator Magee nominated Geo. W. Fender and Mr. Willard Place nominated B. C. D. Read, and the battle of the ballots began. The battle was brief and decisive. On tbo flrat ballot Fender received 93 votes, Road 47 votes, one blank, whole nun:- ber cast 141, cocessary to a choice 71. Mr. Fender receiving the majority of votes cast was declare! the nominee of the convention. Mr Road then moved that the vote be made unanimous which w&8 carried Upon the call for nominations for Treasurer, Wm. Brixus of the Filth nominated Jas. O'Connell; A. G. Jenkines of the Fifth, nominated Geo Wm. Hoffman and Frank Stukey of the Fourth nominated Ja«. W. Sblnn Upon the first ballot Mr. Hoffman was nominated by the following votes Hoffman, 87; Shinn, 21; O'Connell, 38. Mr. O'Connell then moved to make the nomination unanimous, Upon the oall of names for clerk the following names were placed bef»r« the convention: Fred MnDermott, Ed Donovan, Jos Hannawalt, Robt. M Kistler, Chas. E. Klinck. Upon the first ballot MoDermott received 29 Donovan, 44; Klinok, 60; Kistler, 17 Han D& wait, 1. The second ballot stood, Klinck, 60; Donovan, 66 McDermott, 19; Kistler, 6. The third ballot stood, Donovan, 67; Klinok, 64 McDermont, 8; icattering 2. Upon the fourth and last ballot Donovan received 77 votes; Klinok, 60 votei McDermott, 4. Mr, Donovan being thus declared the choice of the convention, Mr. Klinck moved that the vote be made unanimous which was carried. The convention then proceeded to select Water Works trustees. To sue. ceed Mr. Austin the names of Wm. Aughe and John Jackson were placed before the convention. Upon the flrst and only ballot Mr. Aughe received 125 votes; Mr. Jackson, 16, (Battering 1. Upon the oall for names for Water Works Trustee to succeed Mr, Barnes tho names of John W. Wefel, Thos. MoKeever and John Jackson were named. Upon the first and only ballot Mr. Wefel was nomlna* ted by the following vote: Wefel,111; Jackson, 22; McKeever, 6; scattering, 3. Upon a call for names to succeed Mr. McAllister, the following names were placed before the convention: A. U. McAllister, Thos. McKoover, John Jackson. Upon the first ballot McKeever received 56; McAllister, 22; Jackson, 62, blank, 1. The second ballot resulted as follows: McKeever 57; Jackson, 64; McAllister 12; scattering 7. At this juncture Mr. McKeever withdrew in favor of Mr. Jackson, and upon the succeeding and last ballot Mr. Jackson was nominated by tho following vote: Jackson, 92; McAllister, 22, scattering 27. Resolutions were passed commending the Mayor and council, so effectu. ally knocked out, for the stand on the natural gas question. J. E. REDMOND DECLINES. "Your Candidate I Cannot B».» Mr. J. E. Redmond yesterday placed in the hands of the chairman of the democratic committee the following inclination. Gentlemen of the Democratic Central Committee: 1 'The action of the Fourth ward primary In selecting me as their candidate for the city council hy acclamation without solicitation or my knowledge, is appreciated by me, but as I have never aspired to any poll- tlcal office, I therefore beg leave to decline the honor. Yours Respectfully, ' JOHN E. REDMOND," Funeral of Mr«. Brookmer•*. The funeral of Mrs. John Brook* meyor will be held from tho family residence on West Market street at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, Rev. Douglas I. Hobbi, rector of the Trinity Episcopal church officiating. Inter- meat will be made In Mt Hope. GLOTttING! Hats and Furnishings. Our lines for this Spring far excel all pur previous efforts, both in volume and selectipn. 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. THE MEMORIAL Wf\R BOOK A ST )R* OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MEM WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS Special War Correspondent with the Army of the Potomac, the Army of the James, the Array of the Shenandoah and the Army of the Cumberland; also Correspondent In the Franco-Mexican War, the tfuatemala-Nioaraguan War and the Chill-Peruvian War, etc., etc., etc. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY n AAA MAGNIFICENT Z,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war views reproduced in this work are selected htm than 6,000 negatives taken by the Government Photographer* M. B. and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861,1862, 1863. 1864 and 1865. making the Grandest Panorama oi tie Civil War Ever » - - 10 cents for each part. Part 1 Ready Friday. April 17. I See Coupon on flth page.

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