Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 30, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, September 30, 1892
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RAILROAD RCMBLISGS. 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. SGHMITT FFLEY. TO OUR FRIENDS, THE PUBLIC, We extend a cordial invitation to. call and examine our Hew Goods. UITS, Bj DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 30. 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 tho 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, The. 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 ETS of WHEELS S 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 Minstrels to-night. It will pay you. to buy enough toilet soap for a year.—Foley. See the novelties in latest goods now, at the Trade Palace at staple prices. The great fall races will begin here next Wednesday continuing three days. Handsome wedding presents in cut glass and fine French china, at Ben Martin's. Soft finish bleach muslin rest of week 5 cents per yard, 7-8 wide, at the Trade Palace. Harry Frank's store will be closed on Saturday, October 1, until G o'clock p. m. account holiday. This afternoon we open a large line of new toilet soaps at prices that will make them go.—Foloy's. Watch for the program of the great 'all races beginning here next Wednesday and continuing three days. Hood's Sarsaparilla absolutely cures all diseases caused by impure blood and it builds up the whole system. Children's pants to 14 years made from remnants of the finest eassimeres, worth $2, only §1.25, at Harry Frank's. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company spends annually $230,000 in advertising its lines east and west of Pittsburg-. Hon. Jas. T. Bryer, has-been engaged to make four political speeches in White county next week from Tuesday to Saturday. S. S. Clark, the dentist, has removed from the Geiger building to the corner of Fourth and Market streets, over the Progress Clothing store. Parties desiring to run conveyances from the street ear line to the race track next week are requested to report to C. N. Graffis, Sec. '"Ladies, be on hand at the Bee Hive this morning for ready made sheets, pillow cases, lace bed spreads and bed comforters at reduced prices. ' -Write to your friends out of town to come 1 and' 7 witness the races "here next week. -' You can safely assure them of a great program each day of the fall meeting. The ladies of the first division of the Christian church will serve supper at the residence of Dr. Justice, corner Teirih'and Market streets this evening from 5 to 8 o'clock. Commencing next Wednesday the sreat fall races will begin at the fair ground. Entries have been made which insure on each of the three days races of a most interesting character. A rare chance to replenish your household with ready made sheets, pillow cases, bed spreads, bed com- fortables and blankets at reduced prices,, at the Bee Hive, commencing at 9:80" this morning. Will Gall's balloon was sent up yesterday from Maple Grove. Master Sallie Garrett made the ascension and descent safely and evidently enjoyed the experience in mid air. It is to be trusted, that; some too venturesome •adTwili not meet his everlasting before Item* from tlie Note-Book of Our Railway Eeporter—Point* Per- ootial and Otberwlitc. Pan. Handle engineer Chas.-Truman is sick. Pan Handle brakeman J. M. Merrill is laid up with a very sore knee caused by a fall. Pan Handle engine 423 will be out of the shop to-day having undergone a course of repairs. The Wabash earned in the third week in September $113,4.00, an increase over 1891 of $4,110. Wabash Agent Newell announces a rate of thirty cents for the round trip to Peru, Oct. 12, for the Democratic barbecue. Geo. C. Home, of the Pan Handle coach shop, and Blchard Floyd, the boilermaker, have returned from Washington and reported for duty. B. F. Butler, telegraph operator at the Pan Handle shops, worked at the tower last night to relieve the night man at that station who was taking a vacation. At the recent meeting of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen a resolution was unanimously passed to donate $2,000 to J. A. Leach, the founder of the association, to purchase him a home in Sedalia, Mo. The Monon route has introduced a novelty in the dining car system of America. It is no longer "pay $1 and eat as much as you want of what you can get," but take what you want, pay for what you get, and no more. The cars just put in service are models of beauty in construction, elegantly upholstered, and supplied with all the latest devices for cooking, the finest table ware and the daintiest linen. Superintendent Gould, of the Wabash, fixes the responsibility for Saturday's wreck at Peru, on Conductor Hays and Dngineer D.awderton of the freight train. Dawderton asked Hays a few minutes before the collision, whether 44 had arrived and the latter, thinking he referred to another, answered "yes." Then Dawderton pulled out on the main track and a few minutes afterward the collision occurred. Hays is one of the oldest and best men on the road, but of course, will have to hunt another job. The Pennsylvania Company ever in the lead when it comes to fine advertising matter has even exceeded itself in its recently issued folder entitled "Pathways to the World's Fair." Tbe title page is a gem cf the lithographers art, the letter press is exceptionally clean and bright for such matter while the map of the Pennsylvania lines is beautifully clear and comprehensive. The inside of this folder, however, is the attractive feature,; consisting entire^ of elegantly tinted photogravure views of the World's Fair buildings. Get one of these folders and save it. It is more than a bit of mere advertising matter. It is a piece of art. • A British authority on railroad statistics makes the following comparisons: • -'To carry 329 tons of coal an English railway would use about 40 wagons .with a total length of 640 feet and a total weight of 200 tons; an American railway would use about 13 wagons with a total length of 312 feet and a total weight of 117 tons. To carry. 329 tons of general merchandise English.practice would use, on the average, 165 wagons with a total length of 2,64.0 feet and a total weight of 800 tons. Ameiican, 66 cars with TIGE-! Harry Frank's place of business will be closed-from Friday evening at 6 o'clock until Saturday evening, October ,1st, on account of Holiday, Respectfully^ RRY FRANK, York, Logansport and Delphi. 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 once. Geo. Harrison, 424 this, balloon craze is over. The ex- aibitions attract considerable attention among- East End people and are looked for regularly. Governor Chase spoke at the fair at Marion yesterday. He departed thence to Fowler whence he will go to Indianapolis, thence to Terre Haute where he will join the Indiana Travelers Protective Association and lead the van to St. Louis where on Saturday, and Saturday night the great exposition will be given over to the T. P. A. o£ the country, at which time . Governor Chase will make a special address to. the T- P. A. He will be a gtfes'trof-ihe Indiana T. P. A. at St. ' a length of 1,584 feet and a weight of 660 tons. These figures, apparently show English railroad managers in a bad light." says the Engineering and Mining Journal, "but._ there are other reasons, as a matter of fact, that outweigh the advantages that would be obtained by the adoption of large ears." '-,4 An engineer of the Louisville" & New Albany railroad, whose name has not yet been revealed, is responsible for one of the most novel world's fair schemes .yet formulated. His idea is to lease a piece of land near the exposition grounds and build a railway track: a mile in circumference, with another track inside both to ' be connected by -switches. Around one side of the track he would build an amphitheater;with a seating capacity for 30,000 people. On these tracks he wouldTplace two locomotives to close the show. He would start these two engines at full speed in opposite directions, and when in full speed the connecting switches would be thrown open and the locomotives allowed to collide. To make the collision' more realistic he would have the engineers jump just in time to save their lives. It is his opinion a real railroad wreck would be an attractive spectacle. He says that he can furnish an entertainment of this'sort for §2,500 a performance about twice a week. It is his idea to use abandoned locomotives '. which, can be. bought cheap, and he says that the beauty of the project lies in...the fact that this is aa ; easy and profitable way to break the old loco- old iron, i DISEASES PBGULIftR 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 patient sufferers. The great Dr. Apostoli o: Haris, France, alter many years of persistant work i this field, a few years ago,] announced to the professio: his success with Electrolysis. His methods have ttood tbe test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of the world that make a specialty of these diseases as the roost successful ever u=ed But the system requires expensive aparatus, knowledge and experience .to successfully use it. We have every aparatus necessary and about six years experience, with I this method. In no other class of diseases have the results been so saligfac-j tory, It has enabled us to restore to perfect health many women after older! methods had repeatedly failed to give relief, and earnestly recommend it. 10 .alii suffering with female ills. , « CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRI&TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE! We treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformatiefi. us or we will ^o anywhere to see you. Consultation free. Call and see* The Latest Novelties in-Jewelery, The Chatelene for Ladles. Leather vest chains for Gentlemen, • An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret 1 COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE, Danville, Ind, "~ The Commercial Department contains a. Commercial Course and Count ing House Course. The lau-er includes Shorthand, Typewriting and German Work guaranteed. The Institute is in connection with the Central College in which Prrtajroey. Method?. Common branches, etc., are given. Seed for Caialosriit". J, A. JOSEPH; President, I H

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