Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 26, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 26, 1894
Page 8
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Special Prices on Silks For a few days we will give extra low prices on all FEINTED CHINA and INDIA SILKS _. n „ . , Extra values in SHANGHAI. HAMUITAI and KIOKI WASH SILKS tor waists DRESS SILKS in GROSGRAKVS, BENGALINKS, SATIN- SLTHUHS and a beautiful line of CREPES in evening shades. Come and look through the stock. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY YOUH NAME IK FRUIT. OUR BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. Women's fine Dongola Pat. Tip Oxfords 75c. " French Dg. Square Toe, very fine, $1.50, " fine (Placed Kid Tan Oxfords, extra value $1.50 " Princa Alberta, all sizes, f 1.50. Misses' fiae Dong. Pat. Tip. spy heels, $1.00. Men's fine Satin'cf,, all styles, $1 25. The above goods are excellent value. If you are not satisfied with them after you have taken them home you can always have your money refunded. We do business on the square. PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. PITS: MR. BIB. IK AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints • X; If you are going to use any Paints COMB AND SE3 MB. 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 ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for leas money than : it is possible for my competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me ^ B. F. KEESL1NG, 8O 5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nioolls Senn said recently that there had been more real progroea made during the last ten years In medicine and surgery than in any other branch of human knowledge. This is particularly shown by tha great use that U now made of ELECTRICITY i a tae oure of disease. By it tho treatment of duoaifia peculiar to women has beon revolutionized., It is now employed by all specialists in these ailments and gives results that sro 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 tonlo It Is unequalled. But the apparatus is expensive and much skill is required In Its use. These can only bo acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it Is one of the means by which he makes his work io certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the useless and often Injurious drugging of the ay&tem. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE la the only place nearer than tha large cities where these advantages can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. Cosuitatlon free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 26. Teeth without plates, at Clark's, tho Dentist. Beautiful lacos in great variety at the Trade Palace, Come and soe the new India silks at cut prices.—Golden Eule. Only 89 cents, genuine Foster kid glovss at DewenUr's, the Hatter, Friday. All spring wraps must ba closed out regardless of former prices at tho Trade Palaco. Early cabbage plants now ready for planting.—J. H. MoMUlen, Bates atreot, West Side. War! on scrofula and every form of impure blood declared by Hood's Sar- saparllla, tho groat conquror of all blood diseases. Ben Fleher has added to the equipments of his drug store a handsome new soda fountain of novel design and pleasing appearance. For rent, good front room, down stairs, suitable for two, in good location on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office. Horr John Day, formerly proprietor of Der Zeltung, will launch a new paper into the field today. Herr Day calls his new paper "Der Frele ?resse." Eighteen years ago pretty Bessie Hitter, of New Buffalo, was kidnapped while a child In New York city, and, although her parents searched far and wide, she was not recovered. Finally he was abandoned by her captors, and she found a homo with friends who ettledat New Buffalo. Recently a jaragraph caught her attention, and t started a line of investigation which esulted, a few days ago, in a reunion f parents and child. Notwithstanding the arreet ot Ex- mall Carrier Boone, of South Bend, as. esponslble for the numerous losses of money and drafts mailed to the South .end postoffice, the disappearances ontlnue, and on Monday last five 'hloago drafts iasued by the same na- lonal bank are reported to have been bstracted. Remittances made to hicago also failed to reach their des- natlon, and there Is danger of the evlval of tha confusion which led to umerous investigations by the postal uthoritles. of a Personal Character Con* ••ruing LoKauiDorter* u<t Their Frlnndu Mr. and Mra. (Jhas. May are visiting at Chicago. Mrs. D. P. Putnam went to Indianapolis yesterday. Elwood Wilson went to Indianapolis yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cook are visiting relatives at Peru. Will Swigart, of Otto Kraus 1 shoe store, -is at Cincinnati. Mrs. John Gallagher of the West Side Is visiting relatives at Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Flttman departed yesterday for French Lick Springs. Mrs. John Shurte and Mrs. A. Van- dercarr of Lowell. Ind., are visiting Mrs. Geo. H. Shaver. Mr. C. E. Miller and bride, of Ft. Wayne, were in the city yesterday on- route to Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Puterbaugh of Iowa, are visiting in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Holvie. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Klrkwood, of Tipton, are visiting their son. Elmer Kirkwood, tho Pan Handle switchman. A. M. Hughes of Washington, D. C. the now foreman at Max Jennings cornice works will move his family here. Jesse Evans and bride of Bethlehem township, departed Tuesday evening for their future home at Buffington, Mo. Miss Deza Barr and Mrs. Lewis Sherman of Crown Point are vliiting Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mlnneman on Spear street. Frank Rice and Geo. B. Forpy departed last evening for Lake Maxinkuckee to verify the rumor that fish are biting up there. Glen Forgy will make a bicycle tour of Europe this summer. He will go with a party of Indianapolis friends and will be absent about three months. Bert Longwell will not leave with tho Wallace show as was erroneously stated in the other papers, but will leave with his uncle, Jerome Meyers, In a few weeks for California. THE PROGRESS. Elegant Spring Suits, FOP Men and Boys. You are Invited to call and see sur line, whether you wish to buy or not. VVe are the largest buyers in our Hie In Lvgansport. When it oomes to pricai we have DO opposition in the city. ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress •**• ^r Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logans port. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORT, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PKRRY WALTMAN, M. D., 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, hut whatever the Dr. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can bo relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO Weather Today— Clear, cold <md windy. FITTED TO YOUR HEAD PERFECHY. A STIFF HAT WILL BE FITTED TO YOUR HEAD AS EASY AS A SOFT HAT. ^ Death of L,. L. Snpp, Mr. L. L. Sapp, the well known traveling salesman for Wilson, Humphrey & Co., died at his home on East Broadway yesterday morning at 6 o'clock after a brief illness from the effects of 'blood poisoning Induced by the formation of an abscess at the base of the spine. The cause of the trouble was an accident which befell him about ten days ago at Madison. The train started with a jerk. Mr. Sapp was standing in the aisle of the oar and the shock precipitated him backward. He fell with considerable violence onto the arm of a seat bruising tho base of the spine painfully. The shook rendered his lower limbs temporarily paralyzed and he was removed from the train to the hotel. Tho next day he was feeling better and returned homo. On Monday his Injury developed a serious turn and investigation revealed an abcess at the base of the spine. An operation was performed, but too late to overcome the effects of the abcess upon hie system. Blood poisoning resulted and his death occurred yesterday morning from that cause. Mr. Sapp was 44 years of age and leaves a widow and one son, Charles. Ho was a member of the Knights of Pythias and tho Travelers' Protective Association. Ho and his family moved to Loganaport from Warsaw about two years ago. The remains will be taken to that place this morning at 8:20 for interment. A Pleaaniit Affair. The Chosen Friends are noted for their pleasant social sessions Last evening Logan Council No. 21 0. C. F., gave a very agreeable social and reception at their lodge hall in the Uusodean building ia honor of Mr. Geo. W. Funk, a member of the local lodge, who was elected Grand Councillor of the order at Indianapolis. March 21. The reception wag largely attended and proved very pleasant. W. S. Rosier presided over the meet- Ing. The following program was rendered in a pleasing manner: Krolc-SelPCted ~ • •, M. yptnoff Address ol Welcome M. L. Bryant Hnxnorue George W. Tunic vSiaSoV.::.::. ;y 1Mt -Jf lch 'S II $ Piano Selection Miss Nluii Hall Vreal Sola Miss 3t*H» Dalrrmple PlHiioSfllectlon Mrs. W1I1S. Rosier Vocal Solo Mr. Alvln Denbo Song JoeCulp Following the program there was served an elegant luncheon which was followed by a dance and social session. I*mnjcliter Lend* » Wew Charm To beauty when it discloses a pretty set Of teeJh Whiteness, when nature hag supplied this element of loveliness, may be retained through life by using the fragrant SOZODONT. Born to Henry Gangloff and wife. of the West Sld«—a son. BATTLE! We of today never tire of the tales of glorj in which our fathers figure— tales thirty years old at that We wish that we had been there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fight tke battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STOR5T OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OSf LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF ME* WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB, SERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLJT 2 AAA MAGNIFICENT ,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed In about thirty weekly parts, oaoh 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 ezclunlve 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

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