Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 28, 1894
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Special Prices on Silks For a few days we will give extra low prices on all PRINTED CHZNA and INDIA SlLK Extra value, in SHAHOHA, HABUITAI and KIOKI WASH *nx* for waists DKESS SILKS in GROSGRAIXS, BENGALEES, SATIN-SURRAUS and a beantiluUme ot CREPES in evening shades. Come and look through the stock. SOflMITT & HEFFLEY OUR BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. Women's fine Dongola Pat, Tip Oxfords 75c. " French. Dg; Square Toe, very fine, $1.50,1 " fiae Glaced Kid Tan Oxfords, extra value $1.50. " Princs Alberts, all sizes, §1.50. Misses' fine Djng. 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 tnem home you can always have your money refunded. We do business on the square. PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. PITS. PITS. PHIS, J AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND 8E2 MB. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints iind 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 thanj 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. KEESLING, 805 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. NIoolli Bonn said recently that there had baea moro real progress made during the last ten years in medicine and surgery than in any other branch of human knowledge. This is particularly skown by the great use that U now made of FLSCTRICITY itt T ' ha curo of dl9ea89 - D J u the treatmont of oiaeases peculiar 10 women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all spoolallsts In these allmenta and gives results that aro not equalled by any other mothoc; known. It is our main reliance in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nervo tonio it Is unequalled. But the apparatus is expensive and much skill is required in its use. These can only bo Squired by the well equipped specialist, but it ia one of the means by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the uaoless and often injurious drugging of the gygtem. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL 4 SURGICAL INSTITUrE Is^tho only place nearer than the large cities whore these advan. tageaoanbeonalned. You are invited to call and investigate. Cosultatlon free. DRS, CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST. DAILY JOURNAL SATTODAY MORNING, APRIL 28. Gold filllnga $1, at Clark's, the Dentist. First-class corn at retail at 50 cents a busholl at Uhl's mill. See ehlrt w&tats In all styles and qualities, at the Trade Palace. A sure euro for corns is to use those seamless socks sold by Patterson. Mrs, Kohl/, has opened her ice croam parlor, and invites her Monde to giro her a call. For that warm and suffocating feeling-, use our cool underwear.—Patterson, the Haberdasher- Soe tho bargains, special! today in hosiery aad Jersey ribbed underwear, 4 cents each up.—Trade Palace. Rheumatism racks tho system like a thumbscrew. It retreats before tho power of Hood'8 Sarsaparilla, which purifies the blood. j j0g t "Between sunrise and sunset two golden hours of sixty diamond minutes each." Can be found today at Patterson's new hat store. For rent, good front room, down stairs, suitable for two, la flood location on Market street, five minutes walk from court house. Inquire X X Journal office. Married, on April 18th, at tho Lutheran parsonage, Camden, Ind., by Rev. B, F. Grenoble, Mr. John P Hinkle and Miss Alice A. Robeson both of Deer Creek, Ind. A valuable bolt of satin was missed from the Trade Palace Thursday and It is thought that it fell into the clutches of the shop lifter who was so mercifully allowed to go in peace at John Gray's store that day as » woman answering the description of the pro- fdsslonal was in the Trade Palace. The Royal C«nter Record says that on last Monday David Little boardod a north-bound freight train at that place, and at Thornhope he got off when the train wan at full §p«ed and. he first tounhed tho ground near tho track, but the section men say that when he caroo to a standstill he had gone about sixty feet and was found with his head in the gravel up to his shoulders. Dave claiming to be hurt was hauled home on a hand car, but before the men were out of town, Dave was out on the etreets minus a few patches of cuticle otherwise aa swift as usual. The Weather Today—Clear and warmer; possibly local showcrv. IT WILL DO YOUR PURSE GOOD TO PRICE OUR UNDERWEAR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND SIZES AND QUALITIES DECIDEDLY VARIED. MEN'S SHIRTS TO SHOW YOU. ENJOINED. THE FORT WA1NE ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANV OBJECTS. To the Cltr Putting In It* Own JElretrlc Unlit Plant-Another Five V*«r» Contract at «1O,OOO » Vc»r Would Salt It Better-Suit Filed Yesterday aud the Cltr Botralned. Charles S. Knight of the Fort Wayne Electric Light company wbioh is DOW furnishing light to the city yesterday brought an injunction suit against the city asking that It be restrained from patting in Ua own plant. It is not surprising that the Fort Wayne people object to giving up such A Boft snap aa they have in Logansport. Their live year contract at $100 per light expires next January and they would no doubt like another like it. A plant for a city the size of Logansport costs about $45,000 with 150 lights instead of the 100 th'e city now gets, and the $10,000 a year the city has paid for its lights has paid for this plant. The returns from the sale of light to individuals has probably more than paid operating expenses so that the company has paid out and likely made a good profit besides. The suit is brought by Nelson & Myers and McConnell & Jonkines and Like the gas company injunction suit will probably bs bittorlv fought and will tie the hands of the people for some time. TRAMPS STO>'E A TRAIN. A Ganir of TrampH Hatter In the Side of an Kugliitt Cab Near liulon Cltr Idwt Vljflit. Extra train No, 310, west, on the Pan Handle, in charge of Conductor ashdollar and Engineer Streuvo, was stoned by a (fang of tramps at the road rossing just west of W. D. tower, east of Union City last night about 9 o'clock. While the train was passing that point the cab was bombarded by a storm of stones thrown by a large gang of tram pa gathered at the crossing. The engine men eaved themselves from injury by crouching behind their seats, but not before Engineer Streuve had fired three times Into the motley gang. He did not have the satisfaction of knowing whether any of his shots took effect or not. The entire right side of the cab, engine 395, and the windows, was battered in. The next train was notified to be on the lookout for the gang. a _ ObjecM to the scale'* .TTefhodg. A writer from Bunker Hill airs bis feelings concerning the State's methods with witnesses in criminal cases, in the Peru Republican as follows: 'The Schmidt trial at Kofcomo last week was the cause of taking several persons from the neighborhood weal af here as witnesses. Some of them made two trips to Kokomo as witnesses on behalf ol the State. We think there is a great wrcng Imposed In State cases compelling them to attend court either in or out of their own county, from oao to five days, at expenaa of railroad .fare and board to say nothing of loss of time, and for this enforced service the State does not pay one cent of costs. The State of Indiana has no more right to demand time and service from her citizens without compensation than an individual has. Witnesses in a State case are the only ones connected with the saae who are compelled to give their services for nothing. The judge on the bench gets his salary; the pros" ecutlng attorney gets his salary; if the court appoints an attorney to assist in the prosecution or in the defense, he gets his pay; the sheriff and the bailiffs ?et their pay; the jury trying the case t their pay; every person connected with the case is paid, but the wit. nessoB for the State, This we think s all wrong aad ought to bo remedied. moro Burelari. Logansport is surely having more than her share of burglaries. On Thursday night the store ot H. A. Thomas, on Michigan avenuo, North Side, was entered by burglars and groceries to the value ol $50 were taken. It is thought that the burglars must have had a wagon In whicn to convey their plunder. They got in the rear door, but left no clue by which they might bo apprended. Attention! All members of Logansport Post No. 14, G. A. R., are requested to meet at _. A. R. hall this evening, Saturday, April 28th, to make arrangements for the funeral of Comrade Lifayotte Tyler. GEO. P. McKuE, Com. J. N. WATKINS, Adj't. Joseph Ho Took tli« MIUUH. Stumbnutfh a Ollnton . the charge of ehlp the find sent ML man town- to » bMT of beam a turkey. He WM flood f I and sentenced to ton d«ky» in the county THE PROGRESS. Elegant Spring Suits, FOP Men and Boys. You are invited to call and see our line, whether you wish to buy or not. We are the largest buyers in our lUe In Logansport. When it comes to price* wo have no opposition in the city ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR NOTT RDPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPOlir, IND.. ST. ELMO BUILDING PKRRY WALT MAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may bo others who advertise* the euro of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rapture Curo Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1S93. ONTO BATTLE! We of today never tire ot the tale- of glory in which our fathers figure- tales thirty years old at that We wi^h that we had been there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fight the battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STJRJr OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OS LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS. NARRATIVES OF MBS WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION. BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY 2,000 MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, each part conai.tlng Ol 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to GO illustrations printed ou the Lest coated paper and no expense will be .pared to mako It the most mop. tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal ha9 secured the exclusive dletributlon of thi. splendid war book in thi. City, and now offers it to Journal readers for three coupo- wd 10 cents for each part. For the BEST WALKING SHOE for $1.25 see WfVLKER & RflUOH 420 Broadway. \

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