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

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 8, 1892
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DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. THE GOLDEN RULE, offers 100 Paris Dress Robes in Crocodiles, Crepes, Venetians, Changeables, Crystaiines and all the newest weaves at $4.95 per Suit The patterns are worth at least $10.00. Look in our corner window. GHMITT & HEFFLEY. P. S.--Y. S. F. Fast Black Hosiery 5c. tie Choicest Line intte DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 8. A BAD BLAZE. LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT. -v If you are thinking of buying.light on the subject, *N\ihat is what you want and we can give it first. 15 jew-. //el American watch $10, warranted. 15 year, gold. '*•*! filled watch ?15. Elgin watches'$5 warranted. Ladles '' gold filled watches from $10 up. All the latest things in jewelry and novelties. Spectacles a specialty. All goods engraved. D. A. HAUK, The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. V'hat, 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 j ou a fit that you can feel proud of. P. J. HGOLEY, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. I have just received an invoice of ^OOSFTS lUU vjij I J 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 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' jitonce. . Geo. Harrison. 424 Tlie Fine Residence ol" 8. W. IJllery Badly Damaged. :by Fire at ~ O'clock; TTlilM aiornlas. At 2 o'clock this morning the woodshed immediately in the rear of the residence of S. W. Ullery, the hardware merchant, was discovered on fire. There was no fire used in the building and very little that was infiamabloin it, and no theory except that of incendiarism is offered in explanation of the origin of the fire. The flames had gained considerable head- wav when discovered and before an alarm could be turned in had communicated to the kitchen from which they spread to all parts of the roof of the main building. In quenching the flames the'roof had to be cut and the building deluged with water. A portion of the furniture was removed in a damaged condition. The residence was badly damaged by fire and water the loss probably amounting to $2,000, partly covered by insurance. Ueath of an Old Citizen. ... All that was mortal; o'f Mr. J.'- 1 ' C, Bimesdarfer passed away yesterday morning at 4:20 to his immortal state, after an illness of six months of the dread malady consumption. His end was peaceful and quiet, in harmony with his life, which was a quieti.-and peaceable! one—always busy and attentive to business, -rarely seen on the streets of' the city in which he was born and reared and married,-, and raised a family', and although not well tn'ow'n.'none knew 'him but to love his good"''"quaiitie^' and admire his true and sterling' characteristics for honesty, Veracity and noble manhood. "'•';M'r;' Bimesdarfer was born in Lo- anspor'V. November 10, 1840. His fatter, Jacob' Bimesdarfer,- flted 'July 3l',' 1851, leaving his'widowed mother 1 and bis 'married ; sister. Rebecca S. Richardson-, and "a younger sister, all coming to the home of Mr. S: B. Richardson. The deceased learned the" machinist, trade in the shop now known as the'Howe & Co., bent wood works, corner High and Fifth streets. He'.'fclloweld : tMs' business ever since, and for several' years past has been an employe it the Pan Handle shops. The deceased's mother and younger sister preceded him to the grave leayifig none of a large family except his sister, ;M'rs. : 'Richardson, to mourn her brother's death. Mr. Bimesdarfer was married to Miss Elizabeth Burchfield May 9,1861, and'to this union five children were born—lone, now Mrs. E. E. Williams Brandon, Sarah. Ida and James G., al of whom survive him except little Jimmy who died February, 1884. '.'Mr. Bimesdarfer was made a Master Mason in Orient Lodge, No. 272 F. A. M.. December 11, 1863. and was true and worthy member up to the time of his death. The order wil follow his remains to their last resting place nest Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Mr. Bimesdarfer joined the Marke street M. E. church in 1S90. He «-a= a consistent member and enjoyed th evidence of a Christian faith and.hop of immortality, and died in the tri umphs of that faith. '.Republican Executive Committee. The Republican executive commi tee will meet at headquarters ne Thursday evening. Let every rneaa her attend. M. W. COLI.ETT. ,'"'"'" . Chairman. ' People who give Hood's Sarsapa- rila'a fair trial realize its great merit i and""ara : :glad' ! ''to say a word for it Have you trlecl'it? =, TIattliews aiid Bell Slake Tvro Speeches lathe County to Not Vvry Enthusiastic AndlencCB. Every effort had been made to make he Democratic meetings of yesterday a, success. Claude Matthews, demo- ratic candidate for .Governor and eorge W. Bell were .announced for wo meetings in the county, one at Royal Center and one .in this city, and posters and frequent ; notices in he Pharos called the at'teitibn of the public to the date. The Royal Center meeting was not great success. Probably 500 people assembled to tear the addresses. Of this crowd 140 were from Logansport and the balance from Royal Center and vicinity. The speaking was commenced in a grove near the .city but after Mr. Matthews had 'finished the crowd went to the Thomas opera louse to bear Mr. Bell. The Logansport meeting, had received the untiring attention of lhairmen. Hannawalt and Six. The drum corps appeared on the streets shortly after 7 o'clock and escorted the uniform club fifty-one strong to the Fifth ward where the Fifth Ward Jlubhad assembled. This organiza- zation and its allies turned out 91 men and 50 boys vrho fell into line and. led by the band. marched to the opera house. Chairman Hanawalt had provided a couple of dozen roman candles and a liberal supply of red fire which, burned along the route, gave a pleasing effect. The opera house was filled down stairs, with a crowd standing behind ,he rows of seats, the gallery was half filled. There was probably 1,000 people in the house. Candidate Mat,hews was introduced and made a speech in. which, he sought to be olausable. His arguments admitted of complete refutation and showed a ack of good material to work. on. In many instances he was plainly dema- ;ogic, usuing argument tbe complete answer to which he himself was perfectly familiar with. Mr. Bell made a shrewd political talk using sophistry skillfully. He did not impress his hearers, and evidently does not speak from his own convictions. As a whole the rally was not creditable to a candidate for Governor. The voters this year are : doing a good deal of thinking for themselves- and are not inclined to vote from enthusiasm if the meeting last evening is any indication. oiise IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Alwsys redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer the best class of Ulothiag at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the advantages we posses, being manufacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history. ^s^s^ 1 , ''--Sprigg^ We did not buy too many suits, but simply ordered too many from cut factory in New York (Jir,v We are bound to unWtt f«>r thousands of dollar? more goods stil to come. ^•r this Hi'd .-'any other reason? ami ihe advan ,-* 0 we l-iHV" .-vrr r.ili•••!•?, it behooves every close buyer to examim- of WM*.' bfws' and childreus' suits and overcoat?. aTifl we -im-.ii.u-e a saving of at least 20 per cent, bv the iiri!<nttfcu;n r :vn d retailer. \-JL\ $*•& id ,*r ft M Juu_ ..I*, jL. of Logansport, Delphi, New York. Ben and Kl» Banta. "Come in Doc, I .want to talk to you" said tbe senior editor as he un- .ocked the door of his sanctum. Banta arose from the step where he had been sitting and entered. "You are making speeches for us," said the senior- editor ; '-and you do not seem' to be onto, our game. I -want to make a few! suggestions. The Journal says that: the new tax law increases taxes.'. Now we know that the.new tax legislation increases taxes but the'.new,.'tax law and the new levy are .'separate; acts passed at the same ti'me./ 'You.see how easy it is to deny thaV-the^riew tax law in " :reases taxes and siill. stand in with the truth. ...Of 'course; the Journal in. speaking of ..the.' ; 'new tax law means! tax legislation but you see how nicely, we" can" get out of it. Then when we are. ; cprnered on that all we have to do is to.yelT "liar" and say that the .tax legislation does not increase local taxes., .and we have got 'em again... ,You see local taxes for county purposes are.different from all taxes, and no one will notice that word 'local 1 '" in there. JTow you must bear this in mind .;n your speeches. You see . we have been .using the • surplus this year so that the to cat taxes are not increased "and'the public is not onto it. We will depend on you to help us out in your speeches. Look mad and indignant, when you talk about it. You!..will be surprised to hear bow we have worked'em for years this way and I will tell you about late- 1 -- Go now and get "ready for your talk in Miami." Looking for "a Kentucky GIr!." A letter from a iriend of the Journal at Richmond, Ind., 'conveys tbe intelligence that "Wm/Bcerger, Chief of the Fire Department is here attending the convention of the Chiefs of Fire Departments of the United States, and will also go to Lexington to see some of the fine horses of Kentucky, and is making dilligent enquires _alfo for- t'ne beautiful Kentucky eirls: so look out for a Kentucky girl."" ' :• DISEASES F&GULIflR 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 grea.t Dr. Apostoli of Paris, France, alter many years of persistant work ia this field, a few years ago, announced to the profession his success ^ith Electrolysis. , . ' His methods have stood the test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of tin world that make a specialty of these diseases aa the most expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience to, succ^iil^u^ u.^ iiijara . ns ^cessary and about six years experience withhj. this method. In no oih«p class of diseases have the results been so BrtlBfiujjl 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 to aim suffering with female ills. M: Drs.-CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER,- PROPRl&TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE We also treat all Oronio and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call see us or we will ^o anywhere to see you. Consultation free. AStltcli in Time Sace« Vine Is true of old coats, and mouths. When the former show- the first defect take a "stitch,"' and .always keep the mouth tight by using"; SOZODOITT. It , costs less for a new cpat.than a set of • teeth are not as pleasant as natural ones. Admission. ."ia '."rices to-day only 25 cents.. •. , ,?<,i • ..-.- -.-y... . . The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, T::L- rn.HK ! r-;u j Tor Ladies. ;.(•;. itec v:-st ciiarns for Gentlemen. An entire n«-jv Line of Souvenir Spoons, j. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret. '"Physician ana Surgeon. McCaSrey Blcx-k, Broadway, coraej Sixth S'.-M'p RUPTURE CURED TEEAXMENT.) I am prepared 10 msnnttcMie tavpartsto tt inVrasei SIrTipttit* wblcH can to presented to m S»rtrsSri"£*tfcrtj«fii, 'JL^S'S'* 1 *" boflness. ConwjltaUoB tree. Gallon or j. W. BlJtLlM*, X ». Corner 4th and Mwfcst Street, topuwpoit, n

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