Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 5, 1892 · Page 8
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Mr. Schmitt purchased the entire stock of an importer who was going out of business, and you can buy handkerchiefs at remarkably low prices for the next few days. GRAFT IS THE BOY WHOSE PROUD BREAST THE JOURNAL'S 3IEDAI ADORXS. Tlie Result of the Journal's Bond Race:—Ulias. Grant, 34—IS; XVasli Koacli, 3C-O6, Others Meet With Mishaps and are Lost. Cheapest Clothing House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. lehave the CMcestLine in the Stat 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, $lo. Solid Silver watches, stem wind, ?8. Other goodH in proportion. All goods engraved. The Jeweler ana Optician. 410 Broadway. UJ O 0 0 0 r rn •''hat. is the use of paying two prices for your cloths and th.-H not get them to fit you? If you come to me I make y on a fit that you can feel proud of. " P. J. HOOLEY, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. have just received an invoice of with the tire on, and the boxing in. I have all sorts and sizes suitable for Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts that! am selling at a very !ow price. These wheels have one coat of paint and. some of them are entirely finished, they ar-3 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 rtobes, 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 Ht once. Geo, Harrison. 424 BROflDWflY. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING OCT. 5. Shockney to-night. Handkerchief sale at the Golden Rule. The Bee Hive's handkerchief sale to-day. Admission to races this week, only 25 cents. Teeth without plates at Clark's, the dentist. Admission to races this week, only 25 cents. Hon. Theodore Shockney at the rink to-night. Broadcloths, all shades, at the Trade Palace. A few Oxford's left at 85 cents.— mishaps the remaining contestants for The Journal's gold medal bicycle road race was a great success. It attracted as m-uch attention as a county fair. It vvas the talk of the town and everybody turned out to see the finish, crowding the streets from the top of College hill to Broadway. Charley Grant is the boy. On his proud breast to-day there hangs securely pinned the Journal's first annual gold medal for the Cass county road record. Out of the eleven entries there were six starters: Charley Grant, Wash Roach, C- W. Burgman, Will Eerr. Kene Cline and A. M. Silvers. The start was made precisely on the dot at 3:30 from a line drawn across the street at the "town pump" at Royal Center, under the direction of Dr. J. J. Burton, Will Thomas, Geo. Sweet and a Journal representative, la 34 minutes and 48 seconds thereafter there flashed over the line in front of the Journal office a streak which finally, as it slowed up, resolved itself into the person of Charley Grant. One minute and 18 seconds later, or 36 minutes and 6 seconds from the time of starting another streak passed through the crowd which lined the street, across the line. This streak was Wash Roach. Both boys were loudly cheered as they came in. No other streaks appeared. The time at this end of the line was taken by Effiil F. Keller, Howard Stitt and a Journal representative. Owing to a series of unfortunate at the called at the Bee Hive goods, trimmings such as you will Anderson & Hans. Silver fillings 50 and 75 cents, at Clark's the dentist. Y. S. F. fast black hose only 5 cents each, at the Golden Rule. We offer new goods, new styles and new prices.—Anderson & Rans. Attend the Gilt Edge Cluh dance at McCaffrey's hall to-morrow evening. Ladies leather shopping Dags of newest design at the Bee Hive, from 25 cents upward. Baby shoes, 35 cents; children's patent leather shoes, 50 cents, at Anderson & Bans'. First of the October races fair ground to-day. Races promptly at 2 o'clock. « Don't miss the special sales of the Golden Rule. A sample—Y. S. F. fast color Jersey hose, 5 cents. S. S. Clark, D. D. S., has removed from the Goiger building to the corner Fourth and Market streets. Ladies outside wraps such as the Bee Hive, is showing this week never were so pretty as this season. No other Sarsaparilla has the merit by which Hood's .Sarsaprilla has won suoh-a firm hold upon the confidence of. the people. • Remember, that you ean.firid dress and outside wraps, find-nowhere else. Jennie Anderson, teacher of voice culture and instrumental music, can be interviewed at 403 High street. Reference, J. C. Bridge. The ladies of ,the South Side U. B. church will give a supper in Lux's hall in Shultztown on Thursday night. Admission 25 cents. All are invited to attend. The Aerial '-Schorcher" on which Charley Grant made his famous record for the Journal gold medal yesterday afternoon, was sold by Cline Bros., the well-known bicycle dealers on Broadway. The Trade Palace cloak room is crowded now with eager customers. See the fur caps SO to 36 inches long; these goods wers bought 25 per cent, below present prices. Come quick and save money. See the baby wraps and new skirts. "The Two. Old Cronies" under a different management and with a different and somewhat leas effective company than that under which this farce comedy was produced here last season held the boards before a fair sized audience at Dolan's last night. Supt. Douglass of the city schools has moved his office into tha New Magae block on Broadway, where be may be seen at the following hours: Mondays, S to 11 a. m.; Wednesdays, 4 to 5 p. m.; every day from S to 9 a. m. See the new dress goods just opened and new trimmings, 'all in endless variety; no such stock said to be carried by a'ny one house in the State; prices. are surprising; everybody go with the.crowds and see that you buy as cheap' as your friends at the Trade Eaia.ce silk and dress goods department, j the medal were distanced. A running start was made, the boys crossing the line in good order amid the cheers of nearly the entire population of Royal Center. Right at. the edge of the town a fresh load of gravel had been dumped onto the pike. In trying to avoid this the wheels of Will Herr and Rene Cline came together with disastrous resul's. Both riders were thrown heavily, Cline sustaining painful bruises on the shoulder and hip and spraining his left wrist, besides smashing his wheel. Herr escaped injury, but stopping to investigate Cline's injuries lost time which he did not attempt to make up. About this time Silvers' rear tire got loose .and knocked him out. Tbo other three went on. Grant and Roach got the lead and gradually crept ahead of Burgman, leaving him about half a mile behind. When about two miles out of the city Burgman's wheel encountered an obstruction which cut his tire, letting the air out. Of course that fixed him, and Grant and Roach were left to finish the race alone, what they did in great shape. Grant got the lead at this stage,of the game and came down 1 the steep and dangerous hill like a flash of greased lightning, with Roach following a minute behind.' Grant' turned the corners in good shape : ahd passed the goal, with honors well won. -" , The victor is an industrious young man, not yet of age, living on Clifton avenue, North Side.- He is quiet and unassuming-in his manner and bore his honors, and the congratulations thrust upon him, with a quiet self-possession : and • absence of any swagger, which won for him many friends in the crowd. He is a '92 rider and his record of a strong eleven miles in 34:48 is considered to be very good. He rode an Aerial "Scorcher," geared at 63 inches,.manufactured at Goshen by the company which was organized and formerly operated here, hut which Lcgansport lost to Goshen's gain. Roach rode a Halliday Temple '•Scorcher."•' geared at 60 inches. Look out. for the Journal's nest October road race. Hon. Theodore Sbockner To-cisht. Hon. Theodore Shockney, Republican candidate for Lieutenant Gorvenor, will speak at the rink this evening. Mr. Shockney was a State Senator in the last Legislature and made a fine rocord there for his earnest work. He was particulary the champion of the railroad men. His address this evening will be interesting and entertaining. Ke will be escorted to the rink by the Young Men's .Republican club and bv the drum corns. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we ofter the best class of Clothing at a much, lower price than else-. . * where. With the advantages we possess, being manufacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history, We did iV't/i-'ii too many from <air bound to unload for to come. For this ;-;M] v coo many suits, but simply ordered factory in New York City,. We are thousands of dollars more goods still other reasons and the advantages we httv- "Y:T others, it behooves every close buyer to examine •;•, ' im-ns/ bovs' and children3' suits and over• tj coats, and \-\- . >.: -.rui-.iee a saving of at least 20 per cent. by the mam!t.--!Cii;m- and retailer. " of Logansport, Delphi, New York. DISEASES PBGUL!f\R TO For Sent. Rooms on second .-floor in new building corner Sixth and Broadway. Bath room, hot and cold water, and gas. Inquire of Attend the Gilt Edge Club dance at McCaffrey's hall to-merrow evening. Admission to races thLs ; week; only 25 cents. .•:_." • Have m the past years been j. %' Mirnost an opprobrium to the medical profession; But liiers have been many tireless workers who have gradually brought hope to these patient sufferers. The grea.t Dr. Apostoli of Paris, France, alter many years 'of persistant work in, this field, a few years ago, announced to the profession success with Klectrolysis. His cnetbods have stood the test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of th« world that make a specialty of these diseases as the most successful over used. But the systeui requires expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience to successfully use it We have every uparatuH necessary aad about six years experience with. this method. In DO oihei- 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. Drs. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRI&TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE We also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call and see us or we wii! go auywhere to see you. Consultation free. The Latest Novelties'in Jewelery, Tilt: CIls! •HP Tor Ladles. :-si chains tor Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. DB. E. M. HA' , RUPTURE CURED! Physician and Sura?on. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, corne; Block, Sixth TREATMENT.) iwlioinanniacttire rapports to eaK pmr<3wWc2i can be presented to me, tHng support, and ot_oetentlon from conrejauoalie*. Gallon or lO/Jrou J. W. BALL1SD, ».. D. Comer 40i and Jfeittt Street, iopmsport, Inl

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