," A PROPOSITION We place on sale to-day a line of Lord & Taylor's imported, high novelty pattern suits at the low price of $9,98; the goods are well worth $15.00. They were carefully selected by Mr. Schmitt and we can recommend them to your good taste. FFLEY. TO OUR FRIENDS, THE PUBLIC, We extend a cordial invitation to call and examine our New G-oods. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 27. A FULL PURSE. Only the rich usually have. All the great mass of people have to watch the cents as well as the dollars. For peoplo economically disposed we have an admirable line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Always up with the times in style. Elgin watches, $5, 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, Tlie Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. 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 SETS of WHEELS Call at Richy's for the finest fruit in the city. For a few days we offer$15 importec pattern suits for $9.98, a.t the Golden Rule. See the cloaks and shawls at the Trade Palace. Beautiful, they all ;ay so. Lord & Taylor's imported pattern dresses worth $15, only S9.OS.-Schmitt & Heffley. Wanted—Two women to grade rags at corner Race and Sixth streets.— Wm. Cornell. Nine dollars and ninety-eight cents buys a novelty dress pattern worth $15. t, the Golden Rule. All wool extra surplus 57J- cents his week; body Brussels, SO cents. Don't miss thie sale at the Trade 3 alace. Wanted—Experienced shirtrnakers at factory, with machine, Apply at Miller's shirt factory, 326 Market street. See our new dress goods, the handsomest stock ever "shown ia Logansport at the Trade Palace. See the crowds. Anybody knowing 1 anything- of the whereabouts of William Catterlin is requested to communicate same to his family on -the West Side. The merits of Hood'slSarsaparilliris; not accidental but' is the result. of careful study and experiment by educated pharmacists. S. S. Clark the dentist has removed from the Geigerbuilding to the corner of .Fourth and Market streets, overihe Progress Clothing store. Persons'interested, if. .commercial work, pedagogy..methods, etc.. should see the advertisement of the Central Normal College,-in this issue. .. .Thread Sale:—Marshall's celebrated linen thread />.cents per spool; 4 spools Claek''.r. thread, two thimbles and a work: .box for 20 cents, only a' few- days, ^Golden Rule. -Wanted—A boy, -who has bad-some 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 low 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; in fact ^e can fit you out while you wait. Also have just received my invoice of New Robes, 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 at once. Geo. Harrison. 424 •experiences as^ a^compositor, to work, in a country 'printing office. Address, giving reference, box 304, Kewanna, " '"' George W. Seybold returned from the-East yesterday : and says we can -say^hat'K'e "purchased the grandest stock ever" shown in the city and secured j some bargains unheard-of. Will give, notice of arrival. -. Hon. Theodore Shockiiey Republican candidate for Xieu- tenant Governor will speak at the rink - Wednesday evening October Sth. Mr. Shockneyis an entertaining talker and should be given a large audience. Mel Harley's . stolen bicycle was found concealed in some rubbish alongside the highway near the Mur- docfc farm east of the city Sunday. It proved to be the bicycle which had been stolen from Mel Harley and-was returned to himia good condition. George Harris is in jail awaiting trial on an. affidavit and information charging larceny on Michael Mac who alleges" .that Harris purloined his pocket book containing §84 while he was asleep -Saturday. Harris claims that Tie will be able to show bis inno- cense'of the charge. Charles Clements of Peru- is a stockholder of the Eagle canning company, . the factory being located at Brookston. Mr. Clements recently purchased one million cans for use in Which IB Strengthened, by ttte Effort* of tlie Pharos to Refute It An. article in last evening's Pharos contradicts the Journals statement that Republican gains are- principally from principle and Repuolican bosses on account of office and for a starter calls the article idiocy. The public will wonder what sort of a man isHhK who devotes a column, to refuting what seems to him idiocy. The writer of the Pharos article however, admits the accuracy and intelligence of the Journal statement by devoting so much time to a futile attempt to refute it. The statement still stands true as a general proposition and having but few exceptions. As illustrations to the contrary the Pharos article ' cites William Dudley Foulke, John Overmeyer, D. E. Williamson, ot" Greencastle, and'Judge D.P.Baldwin. William Dudley Foulke is .a civil service crank. He supported Cleveland against Elaine, condemned Cleveland's administration and supported Harrison, and now in turn supports Cleveland. His professed policy is to defeat every President who does not take his extreme position in favor of civil service reform in the hope that such a following, will go with him as to compel the adoption of his views. It is hardly necessary to add that he will not succeed in defeating or electing anybody. Judge Baldwin and John Overmever are notorious illustrations of the accuracy of the Journal's statements. Side by side in the great pigeon hole of blasted ambitions and disappointments at Washington lie the petitions of the Hon. John Overmeyer and the Hon. Daniel Pratt Baldwin asking Preideat Harrison for office. If they had received the offices for which they applied they would stiil he Republicans. No one knowing the gentlemen will dispute that, and their cases inssead of refuting the Journal strengthen it. The case of D. E. Williamson is somewhat similar. On the other hand it is refreshing to turn to the broad, manly, unselfish statements of such men as C. A. D. jynch of Kokomo and John W. Ohara Of Peru. Mr. Lynch is not a politican and never sought office. He is a mechanic with a mind of his own. He says: "While the American laborer is not protected to a degree I would like to see, I realize. that if the protective principle were eliminated from the tariff laws, wages would in time sink to the level of-those prevailing in the free trade countries of Europe. There would be no help'for it. The manufacturer must have a profitable investment and the first thing affected' is labor; when it comes to curtailing expenses. ' ; I am satisfied afcer a careful study of the situation and my experience as a mechanic working side by side with my men in the factory, that the best interests of all. classes, can only -he subserved by. the continued supremacy, of the Republican party and the maintenance of the vital principle of protection of home institutions. I will vote for Harrison and Reid on the 8th of .November."' John W. O'Hara of Peru thus writes in congratulation: : PERU, I-nd.,' Sept, 23, 1892. Mr. C. -A. D. Lynch, Kokomo Indiana, Dear Sir:—I beg: your .pardon for thus addressing you, but when.I saw a Cheapest Clothing House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. redeeming our Always published promises to the very letter, we ofier the"; best class of Clothing at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the advantages we possess, being manufacturers and retailers, we ' expect to out-do any Mason's business in our history, . ; ^-==-= We did not buy too many suits, but simply ordered too many from our factory in New York City. We are bound to unload for thousands of dollars more goods still to come. For this ?!!-d IP.'my other reasons and the advan tages ve h:*vt : «\\T others, it behooves every close buyer to exam?!.-- <•(' m;-;is/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoat?,- :*.r.id u-o .;.;;;; ran fee a saving of at least 20 per cent. by the :r::tj;ut;-iC";n<r and retailer. of Logansport, Delphi, New York. CANCER statement from you in the Indianapolis Journal of this date T could not resist it. I want to''congratulate ;yo.u. I have had the'p'leasure'o'f meeting you both at Kokomo and at Bunker Hill, but you may not 'remember ine. I have done the same thing that you have. I have always been .. a j Democrat until this year, and I have gone before the people and for the past four weeks have ' been dis'cussing the benefits ot protection before the people. I feel that we-are right. We are on the side of the American people and against the ; people who have taken every advantage of us and of our fathers that they could. I congratulate you because you believe in the genius, skill .and ability of the American la.borer as compared with the pauper labor of Europe. J congratulate you because you are ready to stand by the best market in the world—the American, market. Hoping that many more may be honest enough to do as you have done and espouse the cause of the people I am Respectfully, : JOHX W. O'HAEA. Terrenes Powderly, president.of the Knights of Labor, is another Democrat who publicly' taks the':same position. • -'"-'''" -'-"" '•'•' is regarded by every one as one ot the most fearful of diseases. The knife has long been the only remedy and RETURN has been the rule. '. BLEOTEIOITrhascome 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 does the same for all kinds of tumor?. We have every apparatus necessary and are doing a great amount of this kind of work-. We removed a large Epithelial cancer from the lip of Mr. E. H. McGuire .of Washington township three months ago, after other surgeons had said the •knife AVUS 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 BUCCBSS. The treatment was not painful and saved his life. Last winter we removed one from the lip of Mr. F. Updegraff of this city. He is perfectly v.-ell 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 destroy his left eye. Two operations 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 go anywhere to see you. CHRISTOPHER .& LONGENECKER, PROPRIBTORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE 417 MflRKET STREET. . i fte Latest Novelties in Jewelery, The Chatelette tor Ladies. Leather vest chains Tor Gentlemen, An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 3094th, Stret. putting up peas,- corn, tomatoes, etc. He paid this year per thousand §27.45. Last yearhe'paid $31.15 per thousand, cans~in each, "case being hought in hundred thousand lots. The cans this year, every one of the one million, are j made^frpm tin j>late manufactured at JEiwood. ' ""- Before Breakfast ... Always'use SOZODONT, and rub it in welL It gives such pleasant relief from parched tongue' resulting from sleep, promotes the healthful secretions of the mouth. It will cost more for meat and such things", but don't begrudge it. : COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE, Danville, I 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 JTorma College in which Pedagogy, Methods, Common branches, etc,, are given. • Send for Catalogue. J. A. JOSEPH, [President,. Ea*r Payment. Your chance for a "bargain: on a fine. sound, carvedleggedpianoiccomplete order. Call at once and examine at 429 Market. W. D. CAFKOJT- Call-on-Richy for the ^cheapest fruit in the city. ; — : - : : .
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