Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 24, 1894 · Page 8
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April 24, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Special Prices on Blouse Waists and Shirt Waists. ' '""' - -gj Ladies Wrappers from 87c. 98c and $1.24. Come and see them. Golden Rule. We do not Wager, NeiteDoWeTakea A competitor wants to wager $25:00 that the shoes that he was selling Monday, April 23d, for $1 48, were $5 and $G shoes, and were better than our $5 anc fO goods, We h»ve in our show window a few pairs of the so-called $5 and $6 shoes that were bought at the store Monday, April 23d, and were represented to be $5 and $6 shoes Look at them. Everybody compare the olc. out of style goods to our New Spring Goods. We will be glad to sliow you what the $1.48 shces are, No wonder }uu are not allowed to return them. They are odds and ends of a sample line and not regular stock. Now we do not wish to cause Mr Good Man (as io terms himself) to lose $25,00, a? that is considerable under the circumstances, nevertheless, we are willing to donate $25.00 to the Home of the Friendless ifthegoods we have in our window, wkich were bought as per above statement, are anything to compare to our $4 and $5 goods in Style, Strck or Finish; providing he will agree to donate $15,00 to the Home of the Friendless if they are Hot. Same to be decided by competent judges. Respectfully, PILLING & WHITE, N. B.—We do not wish to cast reflections as to the truth of our competitor's statement, but please remember that $5 and $6 buys very fine, late-style shoes. HINTS. NIK MIS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND BBS ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I mike 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 my competitors to do. 1 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 806 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND DAIIY JOURNAL TUESDAY MOKN1JJG, APRIL 24. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nicolls Senn said recently that there had been 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 tbo great uso that is now made ot KT wrTBTPTTV In tho cure of disease. By it the treatment of disease's, pBcultar to women has. boon revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialists 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 Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it is unequalled. But the apparatus U expensive and much skill is required in Its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it is ono of the moans by which he makes his work BO certain, positive and satis. factory. Wo avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the lyitem. Tho , LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE "*' ^ la the only place nearer than the large cities where these advantages can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. GoaulUtlon free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, Patronize Felker's West Side bakery. I aces and ribbons now at prices to ploaee all.—Trade Palace. Part 10 of Hie Marie Burrough's Portfolio now ready at this office. Homo of the Friendless will get $15 Head Pilling & White'a udvertlseraent. Ladles' cnpo» 08 cents, and children's jackets, 7,0 dents this week.—Trade Palace. Early cabbage plants now ready for planting.— J. H. MoMillon, Bates street, West Side. Terrenco McGovorn was yesterday appointed administrator of the estate of the late Arthur MjTafjqrart. If you decide to take Hood's Saraa- parilla do not be induced to buy any substitute article. Take Hocd'e and only Hood's. Look in our window and see the difference between the 1349 style our competitor Is rolling and our 1894 styles.—Pilling & White. Married, at the Market street M. E. paraocage by Rev. WODOS, Sunday afternoon, Mr. John Flssell and Miss Maud Johnson, both of Clay township. For rent, pood front room, down tairs, suitable for two, in good loca- ion on Market street, five minutes' walk from court house. Inquire X X fournal ofllce. The Columbian Brewing company esterday put out their new delivery jagon from the bottling department. ;t presents a very showy appearance m the streets. The Journal acknowledges the receipt of "She's the girl for me," a ong, the words and music by Harry ihaae, arranged by Adam Moeller and une with success by the baritone J. Aldrlch Libbey. The W. C. T. U. will hold their egular meeting at ihe Baptist church his afternoon at 2:30. It is im- lortant that every member should be iresent as a now president will be looted to fill the present vacancy. The King's Daughters' Union Circle will hold a chocolate in the Sunday Ichoolroom of the Trinity Church, Thursday evening. April 26. This irolo is composed of olvon bright oung ladles. The object of this k being charity. 417 MARKET ST. $r i*r j T/ie Weather Today—war, ••alii- anil irinili/. AUGUSTA IS ANGRY. Upon Receiving Sentence Aaeii>t» Hcbmldl Clime* All Connected With Her Trial. Sentence was passed upon Augusta Schmidt bjr Judge Kirkpatrlck at Kokomo Saturday, and was yesterday taken to Indianapolis to enter upon'her ten years term in the reformatory. The passing ol sentence proved to be one of the most sensational incidents ever enacted in that court room, according to the Kokomo Tribune. ' 'Have you anything to say as to why sentence should not be pro nounced?" asked the court. "I have no statement,'" she replied. "I will make my statements in the papers; I have nothing to say now," She finally went ahead and told all she had prepared in her long and incoherent statement. "What kind of a lair is it that a man can attack a woman and little boy and they can'I defend themselves. I go innocent, and can stand it. Christ was crucified, put to death on the cross, (or no wrong and I go the same way. Sent to prison by that old woman's lying. [Meaning the aged mother of Oscar Walton, her victim.] It's a queer law." Augusta continued in this fashion, growing more emphatic and excited with each sentence uttered, finally relapsing into her former mood, consoling herself with the thought of the crucifixion of Christ. Judge Klrkpatrick in pronouncing sentence was frequently interrupted by the prisoner who wanted to deny everything regarding the fairness of the trial. The Judge stated that it was not a pleasure to punish any one however guilty and in this caao regretted the noceaalty of imposing' the sentence found by the jury. He called attention to the fact that she had been defended by able counsel who had done everything possible in her behalf. That the jury had been selected with the greatest care from more than one hundred men, and that they arfter hearing all the testimony and after long deliberation had found her guilty and fixed the punishment. That she had been given the benefit of every reasonable doubt by court and jury. That by good behavior she would bo^released much earlier than ten years and would atill be young enough to restore herself in the good will of tho community and be a useful woman. At the clone of the senteace Augusta again broke forth in an excited manner. She arose from her chair, swung her arms wildly, repeating the story of her grief and calling down bitter imprecations on her enemies. As she started to leave the room she turned around, shook her fist at .the court and declared that all who had any part in her conviction would meet certain punishment. She repeated her imprecations and curses as she walked down the aisle and until out of the house and hearing of the court. COMPROMISED OUT OF^COURT. Yesterday the suit of Herman Funk, administrator of the estate of Oscar Walton against Augusta Schmidt, for damages in the sum of $10,000, was compromised out of court, the plaintiff's attorneys, Juatico & Latry settling for $600. Tbo suit was brought by tho administrator who alleged that the deceased was the sole support of his aged parents and by his death at tbo bands of the defendant they were deprived of all means of support. 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. STRflW 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. Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGAXSPORT, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. U., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may be others who advertise the cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr.. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon. 1 '—American Tribune, March 23, 1S93. Every Stiff Hat FITTED TO YOUR HEAD PERFECfLY. A STIFF HAT WILL BE FITTED TO YOUR HEAD AS EASY AS A SOFT HAT. SHIRT MAKER, HATTER AND FURNISHER. BItt DAMAGE CASE COMPROMISED. The »7S,OO<> Diimaise Suit of the Loicaniport naiiufncturlim Com imnv v». die Wabaah CoinprotulHcd. It will be remembered that the jury which tried tbo big damage euit of the Logansport Manufacturing Company against the Wabasb Railway Company atKokomo, disagreed. A new trial will not be held, how* ever, It being announced that s compromise has been effected out of court, whereby the railway company pays the manufacturing company ,115,000 and coats of the first trial, which will probably foot a thousand dollars more. About a year ago the entire plant and moit of the manufactured Block of the Logansport Manufacturing Company on Toledo street was burned, the fire being one of the most disastrous in the history of the city. The Manufacturing Company brought suit against the Wabash Railway Company for $75,000, alleging that sparks from an engine of the defendant company set fire to the factory. The caao was venued to Howard county. Upon trial the jury disagreed. The present compromise is the outcome. Lmncuter Lend* a Wew Cfc«rm To beauty when it discloses a pretty set of teeth. Whiteness, when nature has supplied this element of loveliness, may be retained through life by using the fragrant SOZODONT. See us on wash dress goods now. at the Trade Palace, Sea the rush. THE MEMORIAL Wf\R BOOK A ST )lir OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MES 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 Army of the Sbenandoah and the Army of the Cumberland; also Correspondent in the Franco-Mexican War, the (Juatemala-Nicaraguan War and the Cain-Peruvian War, etc., etc., etc. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The original war views reproduced in this work are selected fr«m more than 6 000 negatives taken by the Government Photographers, M. B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861,1862, 1863, 1861 and 18C5, making the fades! Panorama ol the Civil Var EVGF 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 .ump> tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of this splendid war book In this city and now offers it to Journal readers for ;three coupon and 10 cents for each part. Part 3 Ready Monday, April 23. See Coupon on 2d

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