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May 3, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Cloak and Cape Sale. Having this day bought of a large Cloak Manufacturer their entire line Cloaks and Capes, of 468 garments, at 50c oa the dollar, we will place them .sale tomorrow at prices that you will be glad to see. Be on hand early and get orst choice, SGHMITT & HEFFLEY of on PILLING & WHITE, Offer you the following bargains for THIS WEEK 75c buys Boys' and Youths' Veal Calf Lace Shoes, s'xes 11 to 2, " This shoe is sold for $1 25 elsewhere. 90c buys the tame shoe in boy*' sixes 3 to 5£, worth $1 uO 95c buys Men's Yea) Ualf Congress. You cannot buy it next week for less than §1 50. 99c buys Ladies' Fine Dongoia Button Shoes. This is is our regular $1 50 shoe. f 1 47 buys Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid Button Shoes. We usually sell this shoe fur $2 50 and are closing them out FOR THE LAST TIME. THE OLD COL'NCIL MEETS IK FINAL SESSION. Moon Will They Part, Four Oat. goiuK Make Itoom for Ilio Five Xevir Membei-K-Tho Ollklrtl Act* at Ibe Dad* at Tbelr !T(e«tlpic Last Night—They do Thlngi and Tlieu Adjonrn Ifutil Monday Night wiion tlie Five lletlrluK members Will Inirodace TkolrSuccemiori*. Do not fail to attend this sale. 50 to $1.00 on every pair yen buy. You can save from PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. HINTS. PITS. I AM HEADQUARTERSJSOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND SEE ME. 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 ia a shape to sell you any- The Weather Today—Clear and wnrm. K HAVE YOUR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS MADE TO ORDER. ALL HATS EITHER STRAW OR STIFF, FITTED TO THE HEAD. .)i 30 I lu 2u 00 25 45 DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MOKNIUG, MAY 3. thing in the line for leas money than^ it is possible nay competitors to do. for 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. LOG ANSPORT, IND THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. The eminent Dr. Nloolli Soon said recently that there had beea more real progrreea made during the last ten years in medicine and aurf ery than in any other branch of human knowledge. This ia particularly shown by the great use that it now made of ELECTRICITY ln tha cure °' disease. By ll the treatment o! diseases peculiar to women haa been revolutionized. It ia now employed by all specialists in these ailments and gives results that are not equalled by any other methoc known. It Is our main reliance in maoy other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonic it is unequalled. But the apparatus it expensive and much »ki!l is required in its use. These can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it is one of the WJ3 means by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satis- " factory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging 1 of the •yitem. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITOIE It the only plaie nearer than the large oities where these advantage* can be obtained. You aro invited to oall and investigate. Cosuitation free. DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST. One hundred and eleven. Attend the great special small wear »alo at the Boo Hive. Dr. A. G. Miller, Thursday and Friday at his n*w office, 314 North street, opposite Court House Park. Grand reduction in all spring capea and jackets, Capes OS coots, and children's jackets 75 cents..—Trade Palace. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa- parllla do not be induced to buy any substitute article, Take Hocd's and only Hood's. Foster Paul & Go's expert kid glove fitter can be consulted at the Bee Hive all this week in everything 1 appertaining to the human hand and ita coverings. The Republican Drum Corps met at Court Park last evening and organ, izod for the fall campaign pursuant to oall in yesterday's Journal. There was a largo attendance and the boys took a practice march to get the swing again. By resolution of the council last even, ing a sewer will bo constructed on 24th street to convey the water from the north side of Hamilton Heights which has been flowing onto Maple 'Grove people, into a more direct channel which will carry it out ot the way. LACE mm AND SILK AND CHENILLE PORTIERS Cleaned and thoroughly renova ted at mo d e r a t e jrices, by the Old Staten aland Dyeing Establishment, of New York, on ihort notice. Leave your work at THE BEE HIVE DKT GOODS STORE where irompt attention will be given it. The common council of the city oi Logansport mot in regular session at the council chamber, Mayor Read presiding and all members present. This bolog the evening for the introduction of the newly elected councilmen into the body there was a large crowd in tho lobby to see the new- members and to watch the proceedings: Jn the routine work of tho council tho claims committee (submitted the following 1 list of claims which was adopted: street n«r toil ........................................... jur «i Police " " ............................................. j M. Miirtln H. Bunker, strout crossing ., ........... ., L >'. Wolt, reiiulrliiK caicl) 6asln,_™_ I'. J, Lfnqctlst, now t:ulv<>n D. D. Dykemun, (-mvol for Greets ............. John M. Lux street crossing ....................... 7j John Harvey, ulluy •' ....................... ^4 ij- Jolin V. Joliuson, sundries ........................ lu 45 John Myor, repjilrw nro aept ....................... 14 oi) Mary Hofler, wjuUilng, same ..................... 4 yo Faimlar <£ Mulionp? court arguinfint gas c.wes ..................... , ...................... „ ..... 210 00 Al Swiidener. erecting und removing election booths .......................................... 25 oo W. T. Kiirrell, asstg engineer ..................... 18 'M Dykeimin Bros, meals for election boiird... H 00 Joe Ilannwalt. name ................................... a oo John Jf. 'obnjson, Bund for streets ........... .. 1 70 Loininupon Journal Co. printing ................ 170 16 J. E. Simon, same,.. ........... , ...................... 7 no Loutfiain&Burnes, same .......................... 33 80 Logan. Gus Light aud Coke Co. BUS f jr April .................................................... 21 72 .Tim O'Donnell, livnrr for police ................ 2S oo M. Morrlsey, sund police dept ................... 44 89 Krauk Baker, ex fireman's duty,,, ............... i'6 oo John Myers, ropulrs sewer dept ................ 8u W Theordinance regulating the erection and maintaining- of the polos aud Sxtures and wires of tho Western Union Telegraph Company on and alone the streets and alleys of the city was taken from the table and upon a second bearing was referred back to the Western Union Telegraph Company for revision, and for tho insertion of a clause {framing to the city the privilege to at any time erect on the top cross bars of the polos the wires of the city's fire and police department. The Street committee to which had been referred the matter of tho construction o[ a sewer on 24th street between North and High streets roported on tho eame recommending- the acceptance of Mr. McNary's proposition in this connection and rec- commending the construction of tho sewer for tho proper drainage of the storm water from the heights. Mr. McNary agrees to take care of tte water after the city brings it down to his property. Tho report was con. curred in and tho work ordered done. Tho street commissioner was in-, structed to relay the gutter on the west side of Eel river avenue at the foot of Broadway. Tho bill of the Jenny Electric Light Company, $888.92, light for April was allowed. Deeda wore ordered issued to W. C. Fittman for lot 69 and to John Manes for lot No. 1108 in Mt. Hope cemetery. The petition for the Improvement oi Rlcharville street, from the intersection of Sycamore street to the in. teriection of Ash street and of the latter street to its terminus, was referred to the street committee. City Attorney Tuloy submitted a lengthy and exceedingly wordy communication to tho Council setting out in chaste and modest terms the lately inorsasod duties of his office and the "onerousnoes" of the same, which report was followed by a reso lution by Mr. Wade, showing: reasons for increasing his settled and accepted yearly salary ol $500 to $750. The resolution provoked con. slderable discussion. Mr. Powell amended the motion by moving that the Council make Mr. Tuley a donation of 1300 for his increased laborf. The amendment was adopted, as was also the original motion as amendoded. The official report of the late city election was road by the clerk and waB concurred in and ordered spread on record, John McCarty was allowed 120 on a partial estimate of his. work of exca. vation on Tenth street. A bill of expenses In coaneoiion with the finance committee's trips out of town in the matter of tho electric light reports and in tho matter of the argument in the Lyons case at Indianapolis ,$39, was allowed. The council adjourned to meet for reorganization next Monday night. Men's Spring Suits. IHe Choicest and Most FasMonable Fabrics, The Very Latest Styles Its a chance if tbo very beat merchant tailor in town will make you M £00d, and a certainty that we'll furnish just as good workmanship, just ae good material for lees than half the price. »Ve can fit any figure, suit any aste. ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. Hie Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts,, Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORt, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "Thero may be others who advertise the cure oi Kupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO BATTLE! We of today sever tire oi the tale: of glory in which our fathers figure— tales thirty years old at that We wish that we had beea there ourselves. With The Memorial War Book Balmy odors from Spice Islands, Wafted by the tropic breeze; SOZODONT in healthful fragrance Cannot be surpassed by these. Teeth it whitens, purifies; You will use it If you're wise. Nottingham, Brunei! laoe and dotted Swill ourtaini, oheapMt at the Bee Hire. We can be with them ia spirit and feeling and help fight the bat les of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book is A STORY OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR os LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MEN WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB, SEBVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed In about thirty weekly parts, each part conilitlnf of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 illustrations, printed on the finest ooated paper and no expense will be »pared to make U the mo§t »ump» tpoua and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of thli splendid war In thlt city and now offers it to Journal reader* for .three coupon aad oentt (or each park

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