Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 6, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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THE, RULE offers 100 Paris Dress Robes in Crocodiles, Crepes, Venetians, Changeables, Crystalines and all the newest weaves at TEEQ. SHOCENEY EEPUBLICA5 CASDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT 60YERSOR AM) CHAMPION OF LABORING MEN AT THE RISK. The patterns are worth at least $10,00. Look in our corner window. I1LI I P. S.--Y. S. F. Fast Black Hosiery 5c. He Discusses State and. County Issues and Compares Republican and Democratic management or oar State and local Govcrn- metita. oiise IN NORTHERN INDIANA. fete tie CMeest Line in the I LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT. If you are thinking of buying light on the subject, that is what you want and wo can give it first. 15 jewel American watch §10, warranted. 15 year, gold filled watch §15. Elgin watches $5 warranted. Ladies gold filled watches from $10 up. AU the latest things in jewelry and novelties. Spectacles a specialty. All goods engraved. Tfie Jeweler ana Optician. 410 Broadway. >UJ 0 IW 0 0 r rn and V\ J? of paying two prices for your cloths ;n to fit you? If you come to me I hat. YOU can feel proud of. Tailor idiiui. 418 MARKET STREET. 1 have just received an invoice of -with the tire .on, and the boxing in. I have all sorts and sizei. suitable for Buggies, Spring Wagons '.: G C^r:s that I am selling at a very Sow pric . T.- paint an-:'-, i--- .:/. they o re • • , -. .; in facv w ^ • .: Also ':,-,:: "_. "Sobes, Eisink.,:!: ? wheels have one coat of the ; n are entirely finished, ' ;: :: to set on a cart at once; .?L. _ut while you wait. Deceived my invoice of New ;i :1 a-! kinds of Winter Goods 5 hi my line. If in need of "iny of the abcva goods please call and see me once. Harrison. 424 BROflDWflY. DAILY JOURNAL THUESDAT MORNING. OCT. 6. A Kentucky girl to-night. Admission to races this week, only 25 cents. Teeth without plates at Clark's, the dentist. Admission to races this week, only 23 cents. A few Oxford's left at 85 cents.— Anderson & Hans. Silver fillings 50 and 75 cents, at Clark's the dentist. Driving gloves of all kinds, at Dewenter's, the Hatter. Furs, furs, sacciues and capes, at the Trade Palace opening. Imported pattern dresses, 'only §4.05, worth $10.—Golden Rule. We offer new goods, new styles and new prices.—Anderson & Rans. Y. S. F. fast black hose worth 10 cents, ouly 5 cents.—Golden Rule. Mrs. A. B. Copeland left for Fort Wayne yesterday on insurance business. All the best maker of gloves, Foster and Perin'a, at Dowenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. The bargain of the day the §10 imported patterns for §4,95. at the Golden Rule. The opening of the fall meeting of the Logansport Trotting Association was all right. The best assortment of - men's under;wear is to be had at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. ' S. S. Clark, D. D. S., has removed from the (reiger building to the corner Fourth and Market streets. Dr. S. R. Cowger of Monticello was among the visitors in the city yesterday on account of the races. Ladies, call and see the fine display in fall and winter millinery, at Miss Jessie Cummings, No. 405 Broadway. Now is your time to change your underwear and avoid a cold. See Dewenter, the Hatter and Furnisher. The events on the turf yesterday presaged success for the future meetings of the Logansport Trotting Association. , John Davis and Vina Dolner; Daniel Foglesong and Etta Witters; Harry H. Walker and Grace Barren are licensed to wed. .;-•-.•••• Sidney Bobbins a well remembered former resident of Logansport is up from Lafayette to attend the races this week. It is what Hood's Sarsarparilla actually does that tells the story of its merit and has given-it the largest sale of any medicine. The rush still is increasing at our dress goods department. Large stock, low prices and correct styles does it at the Trade Palace. Jennie Anderson, teacher of voice culture and instrumental music, can be interviewed at 403 High street. Reference, J. C. Bridge. Night school will begin at Hall's Business College, Monday, October 10th, in the new Keystone building, corner Broadway and Sixth street. College office will be opened Friday and Saturday evenings this -week, Invitations are out for the weclding of Miss Sall-ie Tolan to, Mr. J, H. Kearney, the young blacksmith. The nuptial knot will be tied at 8:88 next Hon. Theodore Shockcey, Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, spoke to a large and appreciative audience at the rink last night, confining his remarks to State and county issues. Mr. Shockney has repeatedly been elected to the State Senate and in his official capacity and public actions is probably the ablest and best known champion of organized labor in the State and his position on the labor question is acknowledged by all working men regardless of party. He was introduced by Mr. W. T. Wilson. In his introductory remarks he reminded the audience of the fact that once before he had been ealled upon to deliver a speech from the same platform, on Labor Day of last year. That he was glad when he learned that the man who was then chairman of the meeting, Welflon Webster, had received the Republican nomination for Representative for the legislature and that if Mr. Webster was elected his strong backing would make him powerful in helping to wrench the legislature from the hands of the Democratic clique hostile to labor and that laws would be passed which would be satisfactory to the workingmen of Indiana. Referring to the new tax lav,- he - -•£&•'-& ' '^.'f.' lf '/<:-','~ -/"•' y^^ :^:?m • -'- •^ii^j""" "'Xi-??^ ill Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer th'e best class of Clothing at a much lower pries than, elsewhere. With the advantages we possess, be ing manufacturers and rets.ilers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history. Wednesday evening-, Oct. 12, at . the English Lutheran church. Rev. Oberholtzer officiating-. ' The... .Journal congratulates in advance. An interesting feature of the entertainment at t-be fair ground will be a balloon ascension and parachute drop each afternoon, this week. Will Gall's battoon yesterday made the exhibition successfully Dan Fowler, a 12-year-old East'End boy making the parachute drop _in good shape, the first time he had ever attempted the feat. said that the democratic members who passed the law asserted that it was a measure to tax the corporations; that it was passed to make the rich railroad corpo rations, which had hitherto not paid their just proportion of taxes pay what they rightly owed the State and that the poor man who had been overburdened with taxes should be the, gainer thereby. That this was neither the intend of the legislators nor the result of the law the speaker proceeded to explain. Prior to 1861 the Democratic party had been in power in the State for forty years during" which time a debt of $10,000,000 had accumulated. la that year the Republicans gained control of the State government and reduced the debt to $4,000,fJOO, the levy being no larger than in former years. In 1873 "the Democrats again came into power and in eight years increased the debt to §8,800,000. In 18S1 a Republican majority ruled the House and Senate and reduced the debt §100,000. Between 1SS5 and 1892 under Democratic rule the State debt had increased to $8,857,000. The real intent of the law was to pay this enormous debt created by Democratic mismanagement. As to the result, it can be seen by comparing figures that the law Is not a just ope; while the individual citizen pays his taxes the railroads refuse to pay the smaller increase, claiming that 'the measure is unconstitutional. Referring to county matters the speaker said that in 1891 and on previous years on 80 J cent levy, about ?75,000 was raised. This year on a 20 per cent, levy, about $38,000 was raised, which would fall short §37,000 of the year's expenses. The lowering of the levy to 20 cents was to deceive 1 the voter to induce him to believe that his taxes were decreased. The effects are already to be seen. The levyVor next year instead of being 20 cents has been raised to 38 cents with indications of a still further rise in future years. He then explained how the money was squandered by the last Dem ocratic Legislature, how employes of the State in the legislative halls were uhere for no other purpose than to be remunerated for service done the Democratic party, how charitable institutions were maintained at double the expense necessary in order to fill the pockets of ward bosses and political heelers and how State buildings were erected at twice the cost necessary, the contracts of which were let out at a rate far in excess of the appropriation. In conclusion he refuted-, the campaign lie that Governor Chase had used profane language in TTnion City. The speaker said that he was sitting on the platform, from which the Governor was speaking and did not hear it and that if Governor Chase had used such languaje as is attributed to him he would have been ' hooted out of the meeting. The speaker was ro undly applauded and on Mr. Wilsons suggestion was given three rousing cheers. . The Young Men's Republican Club, always ready for duty, and the drum corps escorted the speaker from the Barnett to the rink. Admission to races this week, only 25 cents. -- We too manx bound to to come. For tages vTf-. to exarnh coats, ;ir»i by ' u n !o,Mfj iy too many suits, but simply ordered .factory in New York City. We are r thousands of dollars more c:oods still :i >;ifl.ny other reasons and the advan \--:'\- ^fhers, it behooves every close buyer ••:..V boys' and chiklrens" suits ?,nd over;.--.;:.-toe a saving of at least 20 per cent. ";r;>r and retailer. Delphi, New York. DISEASES PE=CULI«R TO WOMEN Have- 'ii\ the past years been -Jmost an opprobrium to the rneuiea.1 profession; But there 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 his success with E'ecu-olysis. His methods hn.\'n stood the tost of time and aro now recognized in almost, all institutions of the '.'.-oriel i!mt make a specialty o[ these diseases as the most, successful evei 1 used. But the systi-r-'i j-cycires cxjreosivo apparatus; knowledge and experience to successfully u=o it. We have overy apa.r:U'.ir> necessary and about six years experience with this method, hi no other class of diseases have the results been so satisfactory. It has titiableti u* 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, PROPRIETORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE . We also treat all Chronic and Private Di.=e;:ses and Deforraaties. Call and see us or we : wi!l go n>iy,vhe!-.-' to see you. Consultation free. T-l •sir iwelery, ifte Latest Noveltie The Ctiatelerte for Ladles, Leather vest chains for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J.D.TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. -- • - DR. E. M. ij ivun SATilENT.) P&ysiciaa McCaffrey Q.1 iroeoo. K o; Block, Sixth Street. snpports to salt repti>"R wjiieb can ba presented to me, . s s yfZ f z&'S fitting support, and f ?T!T cas' w V: "tti 1 ' 3ri - Pain, or- detention from- a=i. Cossuitarton free. Caflon or adflieis J. W. BiLLAED, 31. D. Ccrr.er itu and ila&et Street. Logaasport; Ina

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