Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 29, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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9.9 Q. TOUE NAME IN PREiT. Item* ot a Personal Character Con cernlns to£ran»portors and Tlielr Friends. from 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.OO. They were carefully selected by Mr. Sen mitt and we can recommend them to your good taste. C""*v X""^ j I K /§ \' \ kyi "K""" 1 f~^ j ¥ i ^ H-.'""-1 <* • i-v x SGHAAITT & HEFFLE Y. TO OUR FRIENDS, THE PUBLIC, DAILY JOURNAL We extend a cordial invitation !New Goods. to call and examine our THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 29. 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 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 r stem wind, $8. Other goods in proportion. All goods engraved. HAUK, The Jeweler ana 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 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 3ow 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 /tobes, 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 -It once. Geo. Harrison. 424 BROflDWflY- i We offer for $9.98imported pattern, that you will pay $15 for elsewhere.— Schmitt & Heffley Joseph Ruby, of Columbia, Pa., suffered from birth with scrofula humor, till-he was perfectly cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. S. S. Clark, the dentist, has removed from the Geiger building to the corner of Fourth and Market streets, over the Progress Clothing store. The October number of the Home Music Journal will have . 10 pages of Columbus Day music for schools. Price 10 cents, at Giffe'a book store. John F. Long the Toledo street wagon maker, was one of the judges of poultry at the State Fair. John is a great Chicken fancier and has some fine birds of his own. J. Walton, in advance of "The Two Old Cronies" was in the city yesterday making arrangements for the appear ance of this popular comedy at Dolan's next Tuesday evening, October 4th. Several-Logansporters went do.wn to Terre Haute yesterday to witness the races and we're among those who yelled themselves hoarse when Nancy Hanks made her phenomenal record o f 2:40. 'The Two Old Cronies" will be at Dolatfs Opera House, Tuesday night, October 4th. This play made" a big hit in Logansport last September,-and the company this season is said, to be better even than last year. The date of the Logansport races is Wednesday, Thursday and Friday- of next week. Don't forget this. A great program of races has been arranged and some flyers have been entered.-' The track is in superb condition, and it will be a surprise if some records are not broken. • Cline Bros, bicycle store was entered -''Tuesday ; " • night and the thief secured §15 which had'been left in the money 'drawer, :V '" Ingress was made through' the cellar, the thief lifting the iron trap in- the -pavement and slipping through' fouritl easy access to the-store ro'om'ljy : the' cellar stairs. Among-the''prominent arrivals at the new John'stbn are: E. R. Baird,. of Birmirigbafir, Ala.^C. •'&' Newhouse, Wabash, Ind.; DaveFribourg, of Sadie Has80n.Cq.;. ; J. v W,alton, of '-Two Old CroniesjV/ : Col.:. Frank Edwards, .Cincinnati,; 0.;';M. H. Hay and A. W. Cowan,-Chicago, and H. J. Rice, Rockville, Ind. Miss Ella Bussard and Jacob Hiri'kle, both of Washington township, Carroll county, were united in marriage at 6 o'clock last evsning at the home of the parents of the-bride; Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Bussard. 'The couple will take up their residence at Hen Peck, where the groom will teach school the coming winter. Yesterday a commission composed of Justices Fender and Smith, and Dr. J. B. Shultz, examined the mental condition of JohriA. Thomas, a young man of Harrison township, and found him to.belB'sarie. Papers were made Mrs. C. M. Bennettiis back months visit at Urbanna, 0. Mr. A. J. Murdock has gone Kansas City on a business trip. Peter Castle and family are visiting friends and relatives at Decatur, 111, Bert Kaapp, of Maxinkuekee, is in the city en route home from a western trip. Clarence Bennett is traveling this season with "The Waifs of K"ew York" company, playing- a leading part. H. H. Knowlton has gone to Purdue University to take a course. He enters the advance freshman class. Miss Lizzie McCollough who has been visiting in Chicago for a few days returned home yesterday. Mrs. J. C. Clendenen, of the West- Side, is entertaining Mrs. Wm. Clendenen, of Richmond, and Miss Lizzie Clendenen, of Hagerstown. Mrs. T. M. Montgomery, of Harrison township, and Mrs. Belle Snyder, of Monticello, have returned from a three weeks visit at Wewville, Pa. Al J. Martin of Washington township, departed yesterday to Otvens- ville, Ind., where he will resume bis position as principal of the public schools at that place. W. H. Green and wife of Rochester, Ind., stopped over at the Johnston yesterday en route from Rochester, Ind., to attend a wedding in Washington township last evening. Rev. W. H. H, Marsh departed yesterday afternoon to Marion to attend the 39th annual session of the Logansport Baptist Association which convened there yesterday for a three day's session. Harry Shultz will depart this morn- ng for Ann Arbor, Mich., where he will enter the medical department of he University of Michigan. -He will take the full course of four years after which a certain sign board down Fourth street will probably be changed to read "J. H. Shultz & Son, Physicians and Surgeons." . ' Doole j -K-aowdall. Last evening at 8:30 o'clock at the parsonage of the Broadway M. E. church, JRev. H. ,J. Norris officiating, Miss Dollie Ransdall was united in marriage to Mr. N. W. Dooley, the well known Pennsylvania passenger brakeman. This is what.might be termed a rather hasty marriage, the parties to it having..koown each other but a few weeks. .About a month, ago Miss Ransdall, quite a pretty and attractive young girl came here from. Crawfordsville and took service as dining room girl at the Johnston house. Mr. Dooley, who not many moons ago severed his first matrimonial alliance through the me- lium of the. divorce, court, was board- ng at the Johnston,,, and-as day by the deft and pretty-young waitress brought him his. meals: an .attachment grew between them , wMch: resulted last evening in the _ceremony above noted.. ' ,, ; , .-.,;-. ... , George Irwin, cashier at Schmitt & Heffley's and., Missc ^Lizzie Riley, another waitress -.at the Johnston, acted as "bast-.man" and bridesmaid at the wedding,- which. ..was followed by a pleasant .receptipn-.at-the groom's rooms on.. Broadway! where they received the .congratulations of many friends. .-..-- Cheapest Clothing House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Alwa,ys redeeming our published promises to the, very letter, we offer the; best class of Clothing- at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the advan- : tages we possess, being man- ' ufacfcurers and retailers, we j expect to out-do any sea- i son'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 and many other reasons and the advan tages we have over others,, it behooves every close buyer to examine of mens/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoats, and we guarantee a saving of at least 20 per cent." by the manufacturer and retailer. RRY FRANK of Logansport, Delphi, New York. 'Disappointed Dan. Fifty-nine •me I n-- : and^'boys' escorted Dan Baldwin to the opera house last evening to give him "•'•&' chance to show the sores on his head. ••'• Curiosity drew a fair audience :.-:which was diminished by. half before the speech was over. The speech itself • was so full of absurd inconsistencies that it was apparent that Baldwin was trying to conceal the : real reason for his flop. Ben and Banta occupied the stage. The Journal extends heartfelt sympathy to the Democracy of Cass county in us misfortune in acquiring Dan Baldwin and Doc Banta. If there are such things as hoodoos here is a pair of them. ... : , .. •. . , DISEASES P&GULIflR TO WOMEN Have in the past two years been almost an opprobrium to the medical profession; But there have been many tireless workers who have gradually brought hope to these patieni sufferers. The great Dr. Apostoli of Haris., France, alter many years of persistant work in this field, a few years ago, announced to the profession his success with Electrolysis. -. .His methods have stood the test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of the world that make a specialty of these dioe&ses as the most successful ever ueed. But the system requires expensive aparatus, knowledge and experience to successfully use it. We-have every aparatus necessary and about six years experience with this method. In no other class of diseases have the results been so satisfactory, It has enabled us to restore to perfect health many women after older methods had repeatedly failed to give relief, and earnestly recommend it to all suffering with female ills. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRIETORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE We treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call and see us or we will go anywhere to see you. Consultation free. out ior'hWadmission to the hospital at Eo'ng Cliff. The young man's mental malady'dates from a severe attack, •of la grippe during the winter. It is thought proper treatment will shortly restore him to his right mind. The people of Logansport extend sympathy to toe people of Huntingdon who are now enduring one one of the greatest inflictions passible. The following-from the Huntangion Herald '•will be ^understood by all who have endured the same calamity here: ••There was a'blind man on the streets to-day- singing : and playing a fiddle. A man ca5rstand".a good many things but such alleged music as this blind man made was beyond- human endurance. ~He v .should ^be^kept here to prevent a.cholera invasion. Before. BreaJirast Always use Sozopbsr, .and rub it in well It gives such~ pleasant relief from parched tongue resulting; from sleep, promotes the. healthful -secretions of the mouth, i It will cost : more for meat and such things, but don't begrudge it. •"•-.-- : ---. T. P. A,.'., Commercial Travelers' .members of the T. P. A. Post of .this city, who intend to visit the St -Louis Exposition for the T. P. A. demonstration at that point are requested to call on Emil Keller for information. Five Dollars ~Kevrard For any -wall paper dealer that will make affidavit that he Has 1 in stock 1893-styles'bf wall'paper. - ~ The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, The Chatelette for Laflles. Leather vest chains for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. 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 i= in connection with the Central 2*orma College in which Pedagogy, Methods, Common branches, etc., are given. Send for Catalogue. J. A. JOSEPH, President,

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