Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 7, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 7, 1892
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THE, GOLDEN RULE, offers 100 Paris Dress Robes in Crocodiles, Crepes, Venetians, Changeables, Crystalines and all the newest weaves at $4.95 per Suit The patterns are worth at least $10.00. Look in our corner window. SCMMITT 6c HEFFLEY. P. S.--Y. S. F. Fast Black Hosiery 5c. We taw the Choicest line in the LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT. If you are thinking: ol buying 1 light on the subject, thai is what you want and we can give it first. 15 jewel American watch $10, wan-anted. 15 year, gold filled watch $15. Elgin watches $5 warranted. Ladies gold tilled watches from $10 up. All the latest things in jewelry and novelties. Spectacles a specialty. All goods engraved. HAUK. The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. UJ 0 O r m O 0 £ What is the use of paying two prices for your cloths and then not get them to fit you? If you come to me I -will make you a. fit that you can feel proud of. P. J.'HOOLEY, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. I 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 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 \obes, 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 itixnce. Geo. Harrison. 424 BROflDWflY- DAILY JOURNAL FEIDAY MORNING, OCT. 7. Admission to races this week, only 25 cents. Teeth without plates at Clark's, the dentist. Admission to races this -week, only 25 cents. Silver fillings 50 and 75 cents, at Clark's the dentist. One dollar napkins, 60 cents this week, at tbe Trade Palace. The only place for gold crown and bridge work, at Clark's, the dentist. Mr. K. J. McGreevy and bride returned, last evening from their two weeks wedding trip. S. S, Clark, D. D. S., has removed from the Geiger building-to the corner Fourth and Market streets. Go with the crowds to the Trade Palace and see their immense stock-of dress goods and trimmings. Take Hood's and only Hood's, because Hood's Sarsaparilla cures. It possesses merit peculiar to itself. Try it yourself. Jennie Anderson, teacher of voice culture and instrumental music, can be interviewed at 403 High street. Reference, J. C. Bridge. The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Presbyterian church will give a social at the home of Miss Eva Morrison Friday evening. The Gilt Edg-e Club gave a pleasant dance at McCaffrey's ball last night, which altough not largely attended, was one of the pleasantest of -the season and established this new club as right good entertainers. 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. -. - My son* William Andrew Sageser, 16 years'of age, has left my home in Harrison-township, and the public is hereby notifted not"to : give; him. credit on my account.—Columbus A. Sageser. -.'-••. Strayed—From •• Assembly Park Wednesday, -a-'four-year-old bay mare, star ~on forehead, mane'trimmed close, shod 1 all around;'<• weight about 800. Reward left at- ; Harrison's carriage store or 141-'2-High street. The wreck "crew was called to LeRoy last night to clean up a 'little wreck there. Six flat cars got off the track, but as the siding was unobstructed the wreck did not delay traffic. The north end is receiving its full share of accidents lately. Lee TVah Sing, • the Third street laundryman denies the reports published in the evening papers that he will sell his. laundry and go to China to see the bride whom his parents recently purchased for him- He says that he has no immediate intention of going to sea her. but may in the course of a year or two so arrange bis business that he can take a few months off and go hack to the Celestial King, dom to greet the wife whom he has never seen. In China, the parents of the timid young man arrange his matrimonial alliances often without the knowledge of the prospective groom. It is not eveu necessary that the groorn . see the bride before tne flaal VO.'TS are taken. Oae fine thing about the heathen Chinee is his ignorance of a divorce system. Over there, eo L-se says, "If.a man likes wife be keepea, he no likeekeepee alle samee." It, is thus sees that Lee is in the noose for keeps. He will never go back to China to stay, nor will he, in case he concludes after a while to visit his bride, bring the woman of his parent's choosin? over here, it; being too far away from home for her, says he.. Lee has lived in Logansport for sixyear3.and it is a good enough place for him.-. ••-.- : THE RACES YESTERDAY. A BIG ATTE5BAXCE AM) INTEREST LN'G BACES. Tlietosansport Trottlnjr Association Ha» Us Future A»sure<l—The Second. Day'" The members of the Log-ansport Trotting: Association were rery . well pleased with the attendance at.,,fthe races yesterday, although , th&Ucrowc was not nearly so larj;e as it should have been, nor was it as larg-e as it will be to-day when the most interest ing- races of the w,eek will take place The races thus far have been the mos' interesting ever given here. In th< days of the county fair there .were no such races or such.lull classes as have characterized the opening-jof the firs fall meeting of the Trotting: • Association. The street car lice and the hack drivers did a good business yesterday, but next year when the street car line is completed through to the fair ground that nightmare of a trip up the dusty road in a hack will be done away with, a most agreeable thing tc the people. The first event of the day was the completion of the unfinished trot, two heats of which were run the 'evening before. The iwp heats necessary to a finish were won without apparent special exertion by Altimore, Monk receiving- second money and Br. Sprague third. The complete score of the race is as follows: Attlmore .>. : 1 2 i Br. Sprague 5 5 '1 Decoration 2 3 3 4 Fayette Medium 3 ilonk 4 153 Time, 2:391,'.:; X-S'JQ; 2;3<il£: 2:37I,«. 3 YEAR OLD TROT. Then came the three year old trot. la thiti there were four entries, Greville, Venus Star, Brock and Energetic and considerable interest was worked up in the result. Eaergetic won in three straight heats, Greville taking second money, as follows: Greville 2 2 2 ^ 7 euus Star 4 4 <i BroeK 3 S 3 Energetic 1 I 1 Time 2:51; SSdS, 2.5J. THE 2:30 TROT was also won in three straight heats, Mamie Phillips easily leading the field, 3yerly Boy taking- second money. In •his race there was six starters, Gif- ;0n, Patsey, Byerly Boy, Billie Wonder and Mamie Phillips. In the first leat Billie Wonder, "the phenomenon," driven by Dal Ouster, made a vonderful start. With the outside place he shot ahead and before the uarter was reached secured the pole ,t a little short of a Kaccy Hanks gait, but before the heat was finished ell sick and came in last. Fayette Medium, the half brother of Nancy Hanks, had been entered for this race ut did not start. The score was ss ollows: g House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer the best class of Clothing at a much lower pricft than else-" where. With the advantages we possess, being manufacturers and retailer?, we' expect to out-do any season's busiaess in our history. We did not too raanj from <-ui bound'to unlr to come. F'~ r ?l)i-> tas.e.s vvc hav-v too many suits, but si nip] v ^ ' i -* ictory in New York Citv, ordered We are to exami;;f -.-1 D oat 0 , arc! we by the nu'nut; :ti-- for Thousands of dollars more goods still any other reasons and the advan phers, it behooves every close buyer boys' and ehildrens' suits and over- irt-e a saving of at least 20 per cent. and retailer. of Logansport, Delphi, Glfton 4 'atsy 3 SjerlyBoy 2 Jlllle Woailer 5 j/Iamle Phillips 1 Time 2:33; 2^3^; 2;3S. 4 4 3 2 2 3 dr 1 1 THE SPECIAL KACE. The last event of the evening was tie special Cass county race, open, to orses having never been entered for race. In this race there were three tartars, Billie, John Hall's • familiar ray driving horse; Lady Crookey, a Haigh & Elliott .mare, owned by ngineer Crookshanks of the Van- alia : and .Herald Spraguo, stallion, wned by Belts. -The biggest yell of he .day was raised when. Hall's horse DOtinded unden.tbe wire in the lead la he first.'heat, but the confidence be- o-otten among, John's sporting friends iy this exploit caused the dropping of 10 few plunks thereafter as in the next wo heats. .0*. this, unfinished race 'Billie" had to be content with second lace, the engineer's "Lady Crookey" vinning both beats. Herald Sprague 3-ot third place, each time. The time was 2:51}; 2:54J-; 2:58. This race will be fiaished this afternoon. THE RACES TO-DAY. The running- racs announced for esterday could not be reached. In act, the program of the three days an not be completed in-that time, ,nd the association, announces that the aces will be continued into Saturday. ?he running- race will be called right after dinner to-day, and those vho waited for that event esterday would better be on hands at 1 o'clock to-day to see he sport. This race promises to be ather interesting-.. There are four otries, Revolt, Young- Cyclone, John Jowers and Jerome,!/., this last horse being- tbe recent purchase of the Stern hoys. There will also be: Two-forty pace—BillieC., Independence, Diamond Daisy, Prince C-, Bill Dixon, Maud Bogardus and Bee Lice. Two thirty-five trot—Monk, Patsy and Cautrel. Important Notice. The Hon. James G- Elaine has promised to contribute to the November number of the JTorth American Keview an article on the Political Issues of the Presidential campaign. : Admission to races this week, only 25 cents, - DISEASES PBGULIflR TO WOMEN Have m the past years been almost an opprobrium^ to the medical profession: Hut there have been, many tireless workers who have gradually brought hope to these patient sufferers. The great 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 Electrolysis. His methods have stood the test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of the world t.hat make a specialty of these diseases as the most successful ever used But the system requires expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience to) successfully use it. . .- . We have Kv?ry jiimnitu* necessary aad about six years experience wita this method. In no other class'of diseases have the results been so satlBfac-j tory. It has enabled us tit restore to perfect health many women after older] methods had repeatedly failed to give relief, and earnestly recommend it to a.1' suffering with female ills. Drs. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, : PROPRIETORS OF LO'GANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE We also tre'iu ai! Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. see us or we wji) <m anywhere to see you. Consultation free. Call and The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, The Chateleite Tor Ladies. Leather vesi clams lor .Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. DR. E. M. HATCH, — EUMKEGBATHIST Physician and Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, corne; Sixth Street. RUPTURE CURED! (SEW TEEATME3TT.). i am prepared to mano&ctoie supports to suit :iT cat* of ropKire which can I» presented to m«l »* «<n i^iwmtp^a Tw^rffletlvflttlnff unnnort-.. *TM| yd? cse** OT rupiurewfljca cao iw piwcuwsa w aid «nl goaratw a perfectly flttmg sopport, business. Consultation free/ Gallon or < J. Vf. BALIABD, It ». Coraar 4ih and Market Street, Loganspoit,

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