Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 5, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 5, 1894
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Cloak and Cape Sale. Having this daj bought of a large Cloak Manufacturer their entire line of Cloaks and Capes, of 466? garments, at 50c 0.1 the dollar, we will place them cm sale tomorrow at prices that you \vill be glad to see. Be on hand early and get Srat choice, SGttMITT & HEFFLEY t r. PILLING & WHITE, Offer you the following bargains fur THIS WEEK. 75c buys Boys' and Youths' Veal Calf Lace Shoes, sixes U to 2 ' This shoe is sold for $1 25 elsewhere. 90c buy a the same shoe in boys' sizes 3 to 5£, worth " You cannot buy This is 95c buys Men's Veal Calf Congress. it next week for less than $1 50. 9i)c buys Ladled Fine Dongola Button Shoes. is our regular $1 50 shoe. f 1 47 buys Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid Button Shoes. We usually sell this shoe frr 82 50 and are closing them out * ' Do not fail to attend this sale. 60 to $1.00 on every pair yen buy. You can save from PILLING & WHITE, 412 Broadway. PHOTS. FUR. J AM HEADQUARTE RSSO R All Kinds of Paints BB ' »nd If you are going to use any Paints GOME AND 553 ME. I keep the largest and beat stock of Paints •ud Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I make a specialty of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for less money than it is possible for •ly competitors to do, I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. &• No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity f 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. NloolU Senn said recently that there had h'sn more real progrees made during tho Ia8t ten years In medl- olae and surgery than In any other branch of human knowledge. Tbia ii particularly shown by the great use that li now made ot , TJT HrTPTPTTV In the cure of disease. By It the treatment ol uiJtasSa, pecuiur TO women has boon revolutionized. It Is now em- uioyed by all specialist! In these ailments and gives results that •re not equalled by any other methoc known. Ills our main reliance in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as & nerve tonlo It Is unequalled. But the apparatus ' 1* expensive and much skill is required In Its use. Those can only be icqulred by the well equipped specialist, but It is one of t&e means by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satis, factory. We avoid the useless and often Injurious drugging of the •y»tem. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE /fthe'only place nearer than the large cities where these advantage* can be obtained. You are invited to call and investigate. Co»ult*tlon free, DRS. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, 417 MARKET ST. 5 * ~ 1 ^ THIS IS A « " Delightful Day AND YOU WILL NEED COOL DNDERWE4R WE CAN SUIT YOU. ALL GRADES ALL STYLES «•..•».••.••»<•» Oar Shirts COMPRISE A G^EAT ASSORTMENT. DAILY JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5. One hundred and eleven. Lace curtaina at the Beo Hive. Walkor Whitostde Monday night* Otto Kraus 1 shoe department is lo • oated on the first floor. Mies Rogers, the Foster Paul expert glove fitter, at the Bee Hive. The fire department yesterday received 500 feet of new hose. John Horton and Elestacia BInehart were yesterday licensed to wod. All spring -wraps will be sold today regardless of cost.—Trads "Palace. The Vondomo restaurant Is undergoing a change of Interior decorations. Have one ot our new smoke colored stiff hats, at Patterson's new hat store. Newest effect in children's suits, double seat, double knees, at Harry Frank's. Call today and get spealal prices on ready made wrappers, shirt waists, umbrellas and paraaols, at the Trade Palace. Tho groat small wear sale—the talk of the town—still draws good crowds to the new Bee Hive dry goods house, 409 and 411 Broadway. The ladles of the Episcopal Church will aerve dinner and supper on ahow day, May 16th, In the vacant building opposite the Murdock Hotel. Yesterday. John J. Hildebrandt, the plumber, bought of John Davis the west half'of lot No. 107 in John Tipton's fourth addition which is, to be more explicit, the property on the east side ol the alley on the south side of High street above Eighth. A man's appearance IB generally made up of little things. This la why ajgentleman'a /urnl8hlngs,tleB, collars, ou£fa, shirts and the et oeteras generally are worthy of some thought and attention. Spring and summer necessitates are entire renewals in these lines We Invite an inspection of our largo stock.—Dewenter, the Hatter and Furnisher. The new oil well In the Royal Center field la down 560 feet, and the drill Is not yet through lime stone which was struck at the unusual depth of 164 {set. A break in the drill yesterday morning necessitated a cessation In operations until midnight. Pumping OB the old\well ha» been discontinued temporarily. -Quite » quantity of the oil hai been put on the market. Walker AVhlteitde'* Itlie. The passing away of Edwin Booth opened a gap in the ranks of American actors which it was plainly evident would not bo immediately filled. Tho great tragedian's position In the world of tho stage was unique. His macnetlc personality, natural gilts, great studiousnees, careful training and the high standard of hie private and personal life wove about tho hearth of all Americans a not incasing that regard and devotion for his mom ory which shall hold so long as his name Is spoken. Tho legitimate drama lost Its pre-eminent leader in hta death and with his removal It was impos slble to predict for the towering genius of drama a successor. The most ar dent admirers and exponents ol tho legitimate drama wore at once on the nlort to porcolve and recognize tho forerunner of a possible successor, or one who could be classed with their ideal,during whoso life there was none to admit of f avoriiblo comparison, and it wan not until the metropolitan managers and critics had an opportunity to witness the work of a bril • liant though obscure young tragedian, who had been struggling through the provincial cities, thatfjthe long-looked for and legitimate successor of the great Booth was discovered and heralded into a higher plane in the drama. The metropolitan success of the struggling and ambitious young actor was phonomenal. It was also abiding and he was at once raised to a. permanent place at the head of his arduous profession and his name emblazoned alongside that ol the master Booth. This new name on the roll of Thesplc fame was— Walker Whlteside. Notably enough it was the happy lot of Logansport to furnish this new genius to an admir- ir.g world and It will be the part of Logansport to honor its gifted son, B.B he deserves to be honored, upon hie return hero and appearance before the friends of his childhood next Monday evening at the close of his triumphal metropolitan tour--a tour fraught with triumphs euch as rarely come to one of his spare yeare. Walker Whiteside is one of the youngest stars on the stage—certainly the youngest In the leading roles of tragedy. Be was born In Logansport, but his fatho-, the late Judge T. C. Whiteside, moved to Chicago when Walker was ten or twelve years old. When he was fifteen years old he began a course In dramatic art under Danlol Kayzer, of the Chicago conservatory, and in 1884 ho made his debut in ' •Uicbard III," and /or two years played .through the West as the ••boy tragedian." He then loft tho stage for a year or two but returned to it in 1891, and in the summer ol 1893 made a successful New York debut, followed by a Chicago season in which he appeared with credit in "Hamlet," '•Othello," Richelieu," "Richard III," and as Sbylock In "Tho Merchant of Venice." He has ,'announced "Hamlet" for his appearance horo Monday evening. It Is In this masterpiece of tragedy that he appears at his best and. in it ho should be greeted by an audience, the limit to which is the capacity of the opera house. They arc Indeed. Wlnamac Journal: A lady left a well filled pockot book on the train last Sunday on her return from Logansport but agent Carver telegraphed the conductor at Denham of its loss and her treasure was returned the next day intact. The reliable old Pennsylvania railroad '^employes, with exceedingly rare exceptions,are noted everywhere for their courtesy, honesty and efficiency. Balmy odors from Spice Islands, Wafted by the tropic breeze; SOZODONT In healthful fragrance Cannot bo surpassed by these. Teeth it whitens, purifies; You will use It if you're wise. House cleaning at Otto Kraus' store .9 almost completed. New goods and everything fresh and clean. LACE CURTAINS AND SILK AND CHENILLE PORTIERS Cleaned and thoroughly renovated at mo d e r a t e prices, by the Old Staten Island Dyeing Establishment, of New York, on ahart notice. Leave your work at THE BEE HIVE DRY GOODS STORE where prompt attention will be given it. Men's Spring Suits. Tfte Choicest and Most Fashionable Fabrics, The Very Latest Styles. Its a chance If tbe very best merchant tailor in town will make you as Rood, and a certainty that we'll furnish just as good workmanship, just as good material for less than half the price. »\'e can fit any figure, suit any auto. ONE PRICE TO ALL. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPOllT, IXD., ST. ELMO BUILDING PERKY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There may bo others who jidvortlse tho euro of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Molt Rupture Curo Company assert can be rolled upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO BATTLE! We of today cover tire of the tale-, of glory 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 ia spirit and feeling and help, fight the battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STORF OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR OST LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF ME.V WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY O ArvA MAGNIFICENT 2,(jO(j ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed In about thirty weekly parts, each pirt coutatlnff 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 coupow .nd 10 cents for each part. For the BEST'WALKING SHOE for $1.25 see WflLKER & RflUOH 420 Broadway. fe

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