Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 28, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 28, 1892
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I, f'f; ~P<" '• .' £ WHAT IS IT C03DKC TO? 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. TO OUR FRIENDS, We extend a cordial invitation to call and examine our IsViV G-oods DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPT. 28. A FULL PURSE. Only the rich usually have. All the great mass of peoole have to watch the 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, $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. D. A. HAUK, me Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. DO YOU NEED IT? The Journal office has new stock and artistic printers and wil! 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 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 we 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 BROfiDWflY- To Mr. x and Mas. Peter Brockman— a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. James Douglass— a daughter. Three cases new dress goods at the Golden Rule. Just cotno and see the beautiful imported dresses at $9.98.—Golden Rule. Bridge City lodge K. of P. held regular session last night and confirmed the knight rank on Calhoun Carney. Every testimonial regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla is an honest,unpurchased statement of what this medicine has actually done. Wood Hart has again entered the employ of Walter Illingsworth and can now be found taking orders for washer machines. S. S. Clark, the dentist, has removed from the Geiger building to the corner of Fourth and Market streets, over the Progress Clothing store. George Harris, who has been in jail ssnce Saturday on the charge .of larceny, was yesterday admitted to bail in the sum of $SOO and was released upon the security of the same. See the great unheard-of bargains in ladies Jersey ribbed underwear. Union suits for ladies, ail sizes for three days, 50 cents a ; suit ;.at-' the Trade Palace. Come, with the crowds. A telegram at Western Union office still remains undelivered for Mrs. Eunice Graves, stating that her house burned at Wabash yesterday. It is supposed she resides or is visiting in this city, but her address could not be ascertained. Ed, Overholser, son of Dr. D. L. Overholser, who has lain quite low with consumption, took a turn for the worse last evening, and it was thought •he would not 'survive the night. He partially rallied, however, and- was somewhat better at 2 o'clock. : This evening at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Michaelb in Noble township, Miss Corda Michaels will be united in mar- raige to Mr. Albert Rogers. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. H. J. -Norris, of the Broadway Presbyterian church and will be witnessed by a large party, .a number of whom will he-present from the city. .- Stanton Zinn, son of George Zinn of Noble township, a former Logansport boy and a graduate of the Logansport high school, is a candidate-. on the Republican ticket for surveyor of Will county, III. As the county is reliably Republican his election is assured. His many Republican friends- wish him success as well as congratulate him on his conversion to Republicanism, Mr. Zinn's people being well- known Democrats of this county. Budd Doble, of Terre Haute, has refused an offer by Mike Bowerman, of Lexington Ky., to match Nancy Hanks and Moquette on the Lexington track for the same money asked by Doble for an exhibition race. However, he offers "to match Nancy against any horse i ." in the world if the stakes are sufficiently large, and to arrange a meet ."between Martha Wilkes and Mbouett-e on the Lexington track, on the terms suggested by Bowerman for Nancy and hia horse. The alleged prize-fight between Ed Cory,, of Crawfordsville, and "Doc"' Brown of Memphis, came off Monday morning near Lafayette, the condi- tionS;,.being that Cory should knock out Brown in ten rounds or forfeit the alleged purse of $400. Brown went down "with every blow, remaining Two 21ore Divorce Salt* Instituted Yesterday—The IHanrice Divorce Case. Cass county has made a record which is far from enviable in the matter of divorces during the summer and it seems that the end is not. yet. The Indiana divorce laws are proverbial all over the country for their latitude and other counties in the state come in for a good bit of divorce business, but it is 'believed that Cass county is, just at present, in the lead. * Yesterday there were tTo more suits filed in the circuit count. Both were brought by Messrs. Magee and Funk. One was that of Celia H. O'DoaneH against Jas. H. O'Donnell. The parties live in Bethelhem township and the complaint alleges a bad condition of things indeed. Cruel and. inhuman treatment is the charge and the extent and manner of ill treatment charged by the plaintiff against the defendant sets out a state of things, which if true as alleged, shows the husband up in a very bad light. The plaintiff also prays for the custody of their child. The other case is that of Clara Steinmatz vs. Henry Steinmatz. The plaintiff lives on the West Side and her charge is desertion, setting forth that her husband deserted her about eight years ago. THE MAURICE CASE. The case of Maurice vs. Maurice which attracted so much attention before Judge ,N. 0. Ross the day before cam<* to a close, so far as the evidence was concerned last evening about 5 o'clock. The case was submitted to the court without argument and the decision will be rendered later, Cheapest Clothing House IN'NORTHERN'INDIANA.' >& Always redeeming our I published promises to the very letter, we offer the best class of Clothing at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the ad van- - tages we possess, being man- 1 l ufacturers and retailers, we '' expect to out-do any ^ea- ; son's business in our history.''! ,tW;V?^ JPiJi Views. Editor Journal: I am a Democrat. I was born so. I am now 37 years of age and for the first time I have been studying whether I was right or wrong. I have been studying the tariff question and it seems to me that we ought to uphold a protective tariff Right here at home we get natural g~as cheaper than we got wood but the money we paid for wood stayed in the county whilo the money we pay for gas goes out. We are drawn on continually by foreign capitalists for our' gas and somehow it seems to me that this makes money scarce here at home and that after all we are getting the worst of it. While we pay less for our gas we get less from the men who formerly sold us wood and get the worst of it in the long run. It is just as necessary for us to build up the men who pay us wages as-it is for us to get things cheap for without wages we cannot buy even cheap articles. Now here is the Torr factory. Our Democratic papers tell us that it is the manufacturer who is getting the benefit of protection, but the moment Mr. Torr comes in contact with cheaper labor he is compelled to shut down, and while he loses his investment in his plant 60 laboring • men lose employment. While; he has to try to live by going at something, else there are 60 laboring men with less ability who have to do the same thing. It seems to ine, that the ; laboring men get the worst of cheap competition and the best of protection. If there were no foreign countries we. would have no tariff and we w»uld mnke here in America everything we need and use. • , Would we not be better off all around than if we were sending abroad each year millions-of dollars for foreign articles. If my family could make everything we use and care'for it, seems to me we would be better off, no matter what we paid John and Thomas and Ben for their part of it, than if our family had to buy a thousand dollars worth of stuff each 'year outside of the family and I cannot see how our nation differs from our family. If the Pharos can tell me what we gain by sending pur money away to foreign countries I will vote for Cleveland, but unless it and Dr. Banta can do 'better than they have done in explaining this I think I will have to vote for Harrison. MECHAHTC. 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 u.d tages \vc ha.v-.-. .-..vci to exami::r <;f n;•:•:, coats, ;n;d \vo .-n-n by the maH'.rNcuv. 1 .any other reasons and the advaa oilier;?, it behooves every close buyer : boys' and childrens' suits and over;;v;-e & saving of at least 20 per cent. • and retailer. of Logansport, Delphi, New York. CANCER is regarded by every one as one of the most fearful of diseases. The knife has long been the only remedy and RETURN has been the rule. ELECTRICITYhascome to the rescue and now Specialists are successfully removing thousands every year that do cot return. It goes to the bottom and kills the very roots, and does the same for all. kinds of tumors. We have 4 very Apparatus necessary and are doing a great amount of this kind of vvoi k. , • We removed a. larjre Epitheliel cancer from the lip of Mr. E. H. McGuire of Washington township three months ago, after other surgeons had said the knife was the ouly help, and then almost certain of speedy return. He is happy of course. Ask him about it. , Five months o-go 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 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 w'aa slowly eating and about to dsstroy Ma 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, PROPRIETORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE 417 MflRKET STREET. .dowiTa's long as the referee would permit. Altogether he sought the grass "thirty times, aad he managed to stay but the ten rounds, winning the money. The Bicycle Race. The bicycle riders, of the city are becoming more and more interested in the approaching Journal' gold medal road race next Tuesday the nearer the time approaches. Some declare that the record will . not be beaten, others equally confident declare that it will be lowered several minutes. Whether the record is lowered or not the medal will be given to the swiftest rider, but it is confidently believed that with the improved wheels which will enter the race that the time be made in considerably less than 39 minutes, „ ., Festival. There will be a. festival at Center.' Church in Jefferson township, Tuesday erening,'- October ith. Proceeds to be used for church, purposes. Come everybody and have a good time. W. A. BAKE. The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, s The Qiatelette Tor Ladles. Leather vest chains Tor Gentlemen* An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE, Danville, 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, eSc,, are given. '' Send for Catalogue. , J. A. JOSEPH, President,

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