Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 25, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, September 25, 1892
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n: \/f=Dnp LJ5/\I 1 \ From Mr. Schmitt in New York. lew Mosquitaire Kid Gloves. New Gauntlet Kid Gloves and c New Dress P. S. GILHOKE DEAD. TO OUR FRIENDS, THE PUBLIC, DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. SEPT. 25. We extend a cordial invitation Goods to' A FULL PURSE. Only tho rich usually have. All the great mass of people have to watch tho cents as well as the dollars. For people economically disposed we have an admirable line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Always up with the times in style. Elgin watches, 85, warranted. Gold and gold filled watches, warranted for 15 years, $15. Solid Silver watches, stem wind, £8. Other goods in proportion. All goods engraved. HAUK, Tbe Jeweler and Optician. 410JBroadway. DO YOU NEED IT? The Journal office has new stock and artistic printers and will furnish you the best JOB WORK in the city at prices that will make you shout for joy. CALL AND GET IT. I have just received an invoice of 100 SETS of WHEELS •with the tire on, and the boxing in. I have all sorts and sizes suitable for Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts that I am selling at a very Sow price. These wheels have one coat of paint and some of them are entirely finished, they are in a condition to set on a cart at once; sal fact we can fit you out while you wait. Also have just received my invoice of New Hobes, Blankets and all kinds of Winter Goods ^handled by houses in my line. If in need of any of the above goods please call and see me jat once. Harrison. 424 BROflOWflY- Wiler & Wise /or lovely fall silks. Call on Kichy for the cheapest fruit in the city. Great sale of dress goods to-morrow at the Bee Hive. Wanted—A girl at 1611 North street. Apply at once. New wraps by the hundred of all the latest styles, at the Trade Palace. The residence of Pat Lillis was burned at Remington yesterday morning, Special train to Lake Cicott, F. M. B. A. picnic next Saturday. Fare 25 cents round trip. Wanted—Six men wanted at Keeport's lime works. Apply at office, 515 Market street. Dr. F. M. Boxer will remove Monday, Sept. 26, to his new dental rooms over the State National bank. The finest line of dress trimmings ever brought to the city was opened yesterday, at the Trade Palace. The Miller-Grimes joint debate has been changed, to the Hooversville school house. It will be held Saturday evening next, Hood's Sarsaparilla is an honest medicine, honestly advertised for those diseases which it honestly and absolutely cures. -! Persons interested in commercial- work, pedagogy methods, etc., should see the advertisement of the Central Normal College in this issue. The central churches of the city will resume regular services to-night at 9:30 o'clock. The meetings at the rink have closed lor the season. Judson Dunham and Mary Holly were married by Esquire Eidson at his office last -night at 7:30. Both parties were residents of the North Side. That thousand dozeniif embroidered and hemstitched hand handkerchiefs for ladies and gents are creating considerable attention at the Bee Hive. If you wish .a great bargain in carpets, call this week, at the Trade- Palace; 20 rolls all wool extra super, at 57i cents per yard; body Brussels at 80 cents per yard. Call early and get first- selection. Fine Laundry work. We have enlarged our laundry and are prepared to clean lace curtains and blankets. All'kinds of dying, cleaning and repairing : • done. Logan Steam Dye Works and Liundry 60S Broadway. Logansport, Ind., Sept. 24.—The Girard Fire Insurance Co., through their agent, George W. Cockburn, has this day paid my loss in full and to my entire satisfaction. I can cheerfully recommend this company to all. Christian Glockler. The Gibney, Gordan and Gibney comedy company closed a fairly successful week's engagement last night to a full house. A most engaging farce comedy • 'The Mouse Trap" was the bill and the company led by Mr. Gordan gave a performance of real merit. This company has made many friends here during the week and if they ever comeback will surely have better houses than have prevailed during the week. While- the accounts sent out about the eruption of natural gas at Jerome have been greatly exaggerated, still two families ca.ye moved away rather than face the supposed danger. Several hundred feet of casing have been put down by the gas 1 company, and it is thought that when it is all in and Tie Noted Musician Dies at the Llndeil Hotel St. Special to tie Journal- Si. Louis, -Sept. 24.—Patrick S. Gilmore dropped dead in the Lindell Hotel this evening. Gilmore, Patrick Sarsfield, musician, born near Dublin, Ireland, 2S Dec., 1829. He connected himself with military bands at the age of fifteen, and after having been in Canada with an English band he went to Salem, where he led a brass band, after which he settled in Boston, Mass., where he organized "Gilmore's Band," with which he made an,extensive tour. In 1861 he accompanied the 24th Massa- chusselts regiment to the field, and in 1S63 was placed in charge of all the bands in the department of 1/ouisiana by Gen. Banks. He originated monster concerts in this country, and was the projector of the great "Peace Ju- bilee'' held in Boston in 1869 and 1S72, and published an account of the first (Boston, 1871). In 1878 he made a European tour with his band. He is now band-master of the 22d Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y. He' has composed many marches and songs. Mr. Gilmore has appeared in Logansport on several occasions, the home Gilmore Chorus being organized for his last concert here. He has been a drawing card for the St. Louis exposition, the musical features of which he had charge of. Cheapest Clothing House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer the best class of Clothing at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the advantages we possess, being manufacturers and retailers, w£ expect to out-do any season's business in our history. KILLED BV AN ELECTRIC 'WTKE., Special to the Journal. KANSAS CITY, Sept. 24.—T. K. Vincent, an employee at Burford & George's implement house was found dead at the rear of the building today. It is supposed that he accidentally . came in contact with a live electric light wire. EASE BALL YESTERDAY. Special to the Journal: CHICAGO, Sept. 24.—Piitsburg, S, Chicago 4, New York 11, Boston 6. Washington, 3. Brooklyn, 9. Philadelphia 9, Baltimore 0. St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 3. Cleveland, 9; Louisville 0. A BTSHOP ASSAULTED. Special to the Journal. COVINGTON, Ky., Sept. 24.—This afternoon an unknown man gained access to the private room of Bishop Mats of this diocese and beat him into insensibility. No cause is known for the dastardly act and- the assailant is also unknown. MILK POISONING. Special to the Journal. CINCINNATI, Sept. 24.—An analytical examination of tne milk which caused so much sickness here last evening shows that the milk was fouled by the cows drinking stagnant wash slop. SMOTHERED IN WHEAT. Special to the Journal. NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 24.—Four men were buried under wheat in the hold of the vessel Hassel at West Wego today. Two were smothered to dealh and the other two were taken out alive but unconscious. We too many *> bound to unload to come. For tills :;r:i id not buy too many suits, but simply ordered from < ui factory in. New York City. We are i'«r thousands of dollars more goods still tages other reasons and the advan <",-cr others, it behooves every close buyer boys'' and childrens' suits and over- tre a saving of at least 20 per cent. n.ud retailer. to examir; ..!' n:-:. coats, and vw ^i.-r by the in.-uniiaciui of Logansport, Delphi, New York. A REAR END COLLISION. Sp eclal Jo the Journal. HAMPTON, Iowa. Sept. 24—A end collision to-day between rear two freights on the Northwestern, railroad resulted in the death of four employes and one traveling man. Two others were fatally and one seriously injured. JOCKEYS INJURED. Special to tha Journal, CINCINNATI, Sept. 24.—During the first race to-day at Latona three of the horses threw their drivers. Jockey Lowry was fatally injured and the other two are quite seriously hurt. HEAD EXD COLLISION AT PERU. the water has been pumped out that the weU will resume its normal condition. Some alarm-still prevails, how- A Bad Snia«h-Up on the Wabosb—A Passenger Train, and Wora Train irzeet With Disastrous Result*. A serious head end collision occurred on the Wabash near Peru last evening. No. 44, the Atlantic express, due here going east at 4:14 p. m., ran into a work train just around the curve at the gravel pit this side of Peru. The enginemen saw the imminence of their danger in time to jump and escaped with minor injuries. The two engines however were demolished, and it is understood will be fit for little more than a consignment to the scrap pile. The mail car met a strange fate, bu^ stranger still and fortunately the mail agents escaped without anv serious 'injuries. This car was laid in two pieces, one on each side of the track, as clean- and neat, 'tis said, as if cleft with a giant cleaver. The baggage car was considerably damaged and the "entire train received a most thorough shaking up, without resulting however,^ in any serious CANCER is regarded by every one as one of the most fearful of diseases. The knife has long been the only remed y and RETURN has been the rule. ELECTRICITY has come to the rescue and now Specialists are successfully removing thousands every year that do not return. It goes to the bottom and kills the very roots, and docs the same for all kinds of tumors. We have overy apparatus necessary and are doing a great amount of this kind of work. We removed * Urge Epitheliel cancer from the lip of Mr. E. H. McGuire of Washington iii'vnship three months ago, after other surgeons had said the knife was the only help, and then almost certain of speedy return. He is happy of course. Ask him about it. Five months ago we removed a large tumor of the same kind from the hand of Mr Anthony Mooney of the west side, this city, with complete success. The treatment wa.s not painful and saved his life. Last winter we removed one from the lip of Mr. F. Updegraff of this city. He is perfectly well now For years Mr. Denis Ode, a wealthy citizen of Ft. Wayne, Ind., suffered from a cancer of the face that was slowly eating and about to dsstroy his left eye. Two.operatio&s removed it entirely after the best surgeons of his city had failed to give him any relief. Consultation free. Charges reasonable. Call and see us or we will £o anywhere to see .ion. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, P.ROPRI&TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE 4!7 MARKET STRE&T. The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, Tile Chaielefte Tor Ladies. Leather vest chains for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. ever, and it is not lessened upon see-! casualty as to the passengers. The ing a sign conspicuously posted on worktrain did not escape, several cars the confines of the village bearing, the being included in,' the general smash significant words,.-.; 'Prepare To Meet up. The track was blocked several Thy God." ; : hours by reason of the wreck. COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE, Danville, Ind, The Commercial Department contains a Commercial Course and Count ing House Course. The latter includes Shorthand. Typewriting and .German Work guaranteed. The Institute is in connection with the Central Norma College in which Pedagogy, Methods, Common branches, etc., are given. Send for Catalogue. J. A. JOSEPH, President,

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