Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 19, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 19, 1894
Page 8
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Special Prices on Blouse Waists and Shirt Waists. Ladies Wrappers from 87c. 98c and $1.24. Come and see them. Golden Rule. PILLING WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders in Fine Footwear. Ladies' good solid Oxfords $ ,75 Misses' pat. tip spring heel Shoes - ,99 Elegant Prince Alberts only - - 1.48 Cloth-top, pat. tip Oxfords - - 1.25 Dont' fail to see us when you want good cheap shoes. PILLING & WHITE, DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 19. GETTING READY TO LEAVE. Agent for Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. PITS. PITS. PITS. 1 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 and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty •of this line ot goods and am ii a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible J for my 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, IND. G'lMlu Will Tnlto Her Sentence iind ifu to PrlNOll—The Itiiklmnd and Children. Augusta Schmidt, who tit first on- tortamed hopo of a new trial, has given up and is preparing to go to prison. She is quite chorrful and perfectly resigned to bor fate. Sho is arranging 1 her business affairs and will be ready to take her departure by the last of. tho week. Charley Schmidt and the three lit- tie boys have returned to Loganspo't where they will live together, Mr. Schmid't sister keeping house for them, says the Kokomo Tribune. The oldest boy, Walter, will work in a Lo- ganeport store to explain the wants of the Gorman customers. John Coomler one of the jurors in his mother's trial, wanted to take the boy to raise, but his father thought he could do better in the store. Judge Klrkpatrick agreed to sot a day for argument on the motion for a new trial, but defendant's attorneys Intimated that nothing more than a formal motion would bo entered, with no expectation of ..obtaining a rehearing. They have lifted the record up one side and down the other without finding a flaw or anything on which they can hopa to get another trial. It Is therefore almost certain that no appeal will be taken to the higher court. _ ALoKitunporl Couple. ' Kokomo Tribune: Officer Hutto, assisted by George Piper, took In a Logansport couple this afternoon. They accumulated an outrageous load in a aouth side saloon, the woman especially having on a 4-ple, 24-button jag. They will register at Mayor Thome's dispensary in the morning, being too drunk to know tkeir own names when arrested. Notice. My books are in charge of Mr. Hal Viney at Sellers' grocery, corner 12th and Market. All persons indebted to mo will please call thare and settle. THEO. PARVIN. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nlcolls Senn said recently that there had been more real progreos made during the last ten years in medicine and surgery thac. In any other branch of human knowledge. This Is particularly shown by the great use that is now made of ELECTRICITY 1 Q *'> s cure °' disease. By it the treatment of diseases peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It Is now employed by all specialists in these ailments and glvos results that are not equalled by any other method known. It is our main re* Uance In many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it la unequalled. But the apparatus is expensive and much skill is required In Its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but It Is one of the moans by which he makes his work so certain, -positive and satis* factory. We avoid the useless and often Injurious drugging of the system. Tho f—m r 1 CT3 LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE IjTtne only place nearer than the large cities where these advan- tagea can be obtained. You* are invited to call and inveitlgate. Cosultatlon free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKBT ST. Eighteen cents for See Otto's window. The Weather Today—Clear and warm. LOTS OF NEW THINGS IN SHIRTS CORRECT IDEAS IN Shirts Made to Order, SHIBT MAKEK, HATTER AND FURNISHES, THE TBEASUBEB. Tlie "InverTlew" Style of Wefenie Proml»ei Some luterenllatr Con • fo»lon», Treasurer Hoffman has had himself Interviewed and speaks feelingly about the Journal ••persa"cutlon.' 1 This persecution began throe' years ago when the Journal exposed the fact that $32,000 of bonds were two years past due with the money to pay them collected from the people and loaned out by the treasurer to per. sonal friends. This coet the city at least $5.000 in interest paid while the treasurer made a similar amount by loaning the funds and pocketing the Interest on them. This "persecution" was kept up every time the council ordered funda paid and the treasurer attempted by every moans to get out of furnishing the cask. It is not persecution but a calm, cool criticism of a vory, very bad administration, from a business standpoint. But the .Journal la very glad that Treasurer Hoffman has had h'msalf Interviewed and that the Pharos hue consented to make his defense in this way; and to show that the Journal is perfectly'fair in this mutter it will ask the treasurer some questions more in detail concerning- tho subjects mentioned in hie interview. As tho treasurer has spoken ho can not refuso to further speak, for his silence would now bo a confession. Taking ODO item to start with tho treasurer says: Tho Browing company paid tho city license for several liquor dealers last, summer. The licenses were paid ov checks on the State National bank, and at the time the Brewing company went into the hands of a receiver these checks had not been paid, They have since been paid, however, and neither the city nor myself will lose a penny. I had frequently taken checks from tho Brewing- company in payment for city liquor licenses and they had always boon promptly paid. I have accepted checks from hundreds of tax payers and have never lost a penny by the transaction. Now, will the treasurer state when the saloon licenses for which tho checks were taken wore due, when the chocks were dated and given and when the Brewing Company went into the hands of a Receiver? Also when tho checks were first presented to the State National bank for payment and whether, as charged, It was understood that the Brewing company had no funds there and that the chocks were to bo held until the Brewing Company got ready to pay them? Will tho treasurer also estate how these checks were "paid?" Whether J. C, Nelson, one of the treasurer's bondsmen, and also attorney for the Browing Co. Receiver, procured their payment in cash or in notes secured by tho now brewing company or some of its stockholders and. whether those notes have yet been paid or are held as part of tho "coll-ate'rals" which tho public is so anxious to take a look at? When the treasurer |has answered these questions the Journal will have some more for him. RTAN GETS TWO TEARS. THE PROGRESS. SPRING CLOTHING! New spring styles. We have the largest and nicest line to select from and can convince you easily that our prices are much the lowest. STRf\W HflTS. All the new and nobby styles are here, our showing in Straw Hats cannot be surpassed buy any other house. And at popular prices. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. THE MEMORIAL WfVR BOOK L STIR!" OV THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS. NARRATIVES OF MEN WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS, Special War Correspondent with the Army o! the Potomac, the Army of James, the Army of the Shenandoah and the Army of the Cumberland; also Correspondent in the Franco-Mexican War, the (iuatemala-Nicaraguan War and the C all-Peruvian War, etc., etc., etc. the Andy Ryan of Clinton Township Sentenced to Tiro Years |ln the renltcntlary for Highway llob- bcrr. Yesterday Andy'^Kyan, the oClinton township man who was arrested a few weeks ago for highway robbery together with the tramp Williams who afterward broke jail wlthJfSol |Speed and Shanty Hamilton, appeared in court yesterday morning saad plead guilty as charged. The court sentenced him to two years' imprisonment in the penitentiary. Sheriff Homburg will take the man to the prison north today. Ryan in company with ;the tramp Chas. Williams, held up and robbed Chas. Hoffman, a Washington town* ship farmer just on the aouth limits of the city Saturday evening three weeks ago as'the latter was driving home. They mot the farmer on Humphrey St., South Side, and aalied to ride, saying they were going his way. They got in the wagon with him and in a secluded spot hold him and took from him a shock for $50 and $5 in caeh. Ho turned back and notified the police and later, that evening they were arrested and put in gall. Before they had been in a week Williams succeeded in getting out through the roof with a couple of other thieves. Nothing has since been beard of him. A splendid Numker. Godey's Magazine for April Is a splendid number. The now company that has charge of this old-time and well known magazine is placing It In the front rank of publications of its kind. Its leading article Is the second of a series of papers by Fred, erlok W. Seward, describing Secre* tary Seward'e West India cruise. The number IB handsomely and profusely illustrated. _ 8,ee the shirt waists and wrappers at the Golden Rule. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war views reproduced in this work are selected frern more than 0,000 negatives taken by the Government Photographers, M. B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1801,1862, 1863, 1S64 and 1865, making the Crandest Panorama of (lie War Ever It will be completed In about thirty weekly parts, each part consisting of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 Illustrations, printed on the finest coated paper and no expense will be spared to make it the most sumptuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution ot this splendid war book in this city and now offers it to Journal readers for three eoupow and 10 cents for each part Part 1 Ready Friday April 17. See Coupon on Sthjpage. .. ..••.v.?, v 'S;>'i/' ••.•i^-^^ii^.^'y.v-"-!

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