Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 13, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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WE CONTINUE THE SALE OF $10 Imported Dress Patterns at WE ARE ALSO OFFERING $ .60 Storm Serge at ... .49c. $1.00 Storm Serge at .^ 78c. $1.25 Storm Serge at .98c. Stop and consider; If you have never traded with us don't you think it would be wise to investigate the prices we name ? We may save you money. SGfiMITT & HEFFLEY. TWO FATAL ACCIDENTS. BY THE ACCIDENTS OF A DAT D. R. CASSEL AX0 BOBT. 3TCASD- LESS LOSE THEIE LIVES. Iff etoYB foe Choicest Line in the H^^ LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT. If you are thinking of buying light on the subject that 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. Ladies gold filled watches from §10 up. All the latest things in jewelry and novelties. Spectacles a specialty. All goods engraved. Tlie Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. LLJ 0 r 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 y ou a fit that you can feel proud of. 418 MARKET STREET. I have just received an invoice of 100 SETS 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 low price. These wheels have one coat of «?aint and some of them are entirely finished, iey are in a condition to set on a cart at once; - -fact we can fit you out while you wait. .Iso have just received my invoice of New Robes, 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 jit once. Geo. Harrison, 424 BROf\DWf\Y. DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 13. YOUE SAME E PEI3T. Itumw of a Personal Character Con- cerniiic ZjOKannporiers and Their Friends. Oscar Seybold is at KSntland on business. Mrs. Jos. Soiter aad daughter, Mrs. Ed Buclicr, are visiting friends in Indianopolis. Georg-e Moore, of Lafayette, was shaking bands with friends in tbe city last evening. Mrs. Koberts, of Kichmond, Ind., is visiting in the oily, the guest of Mrs. J. M. Graves. Mrs. W. H. Gregg returned yesterday from Chicago, where she had been visiting friends for a low weeks. Mrs. Nellie C. Jones, of Centerville, la., is visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs. 3, C. Howe, enroute home from a several months' visit •with friends at Washington. Mr. W. H. Leedy of Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday calling oa on his brother and friends, en route home from a months trip along the .Pacific slope. Chas. A. Stewart, a bright young colored man from Indianapolis, traveling representative of "The Freeman" is in the city looking after the interests of his paper. '•• Elegantly engraved cards reading as follows have been issued: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 3. Murdock bid you welcome to the marriage of their daughter, Flora Hargaretta, to Mr. S. E. Muttolland on Thursday morning, October the twentieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, at hall past ten o'clock. Logansport, Indiana, Ninth street entrance. At horns,. Mondays alter November eighteenth. 919 Market street. _ '•Pete,'' tlte German. Mr. Pele Baker, the well known Gorman dialect comedian, will be seen at Dolan's opera house this evening in his laughable comedy, "Chris and Lena." This favorite play has met with a most enviable success. The company carried by Mr. Baker this season is by far the best he has ever had. Prominent among the supporting company is Miss Martha George, the well known German souhrette. She has a splendid, clear soprano voice and will appear in the comedy in the role of Lena. Pete Baker is as popular as ever. His new songs have made a big hit, and his dancing combined with, his original wit and humor which he intersperses throughout the piece have strengthened his popularity. Mr. Baker's success in portraying the German character has. been very great. His best admirers are the Germans themselves for he never allows tbe character of the stupid good matured emigrant, just over from the old country, to be lowered in the eyes of the audience. We laugh at his troubles, his amazement, his funny blunders, but at no time are we ashamed of the honest, true-hearted German lad "Chris." Mr. Bakers engagement to-night, October 13th, will be an event for theater goers. Buy seats in advance and avoid the rush. Manager Stuart is giving the patrons of the opera house most excellent comedy attractions this season; Attention, Railroad 3Ien1 The time for paying the.Movember installment of county taxes expires on the first Monday (jtb) of November. Therefore, you will please bear in mind that the October pay-day is the last opportunity you will have to pay these taxes. Yery Respectfully, ' CHAS. L. WOLL, Treas. -'•••'- Cass County. A* Ko&omo Friday Oct. l-ltlx—Hon. 3. C. Eurronsrlis tlic Speaker. The Republicans of Kokomo will give'a grand rally on Friday, speaking at two o'clock and at night. The Pan Handle makes a special rate of 70 cents for the round trip on the morning or noon train returning at II o'clock p. m. or at 2:30 a. m. The drum corps of this city will go over and probably the Young Men's Republican Club. Attention Kniskts of Pythias. All members of Apollo Lodgo No. 62, K. of P. are hereby notified to meet in special session at the Castle hall this evening at 7:30 p. m. to make arrangements for the funeral of our late Knight Brother Charles Dunn. Bridge City Lodge 305 and all other Knights are respectfully invited to attend. CHAS. E. CARTER, C. C. FELKER, K. R. S, .Celery received daily at Bother- mel's- A. Stitch In Time Save* Sine 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 SOZODOXT. It costs less for a new eoat than a set of teeth are not as pleasant as natural ones. _ Young 5Ien's Republican Clnb. The Young Men's Republican Club will meet at .the rink to-night to make arrangements to go to-Kokomo Friday. A full attendance is desired as it is necessary to know at the meeting-tonight How many will go. R. M. VA1TWD.T5XE, Prest FEEDEEICK L-LSDIS, Sec'y. Oyster Sapper. The Uclversalist society will give an oyster supper in. their church, vestry, on. Friday evening' for the benefit of the church . repair fund. Supper served from: 5 to 8 p: m. Tickets 25 cents.! ;'•,;• One on tne Deadly Hallway, the Other to the Deceitful- travel . Fit—Two Sad Fatalities. Yesterday at nearly noon Ollie R. Cassel, a young brakeman in the employ of the Paa Handle came to Ms death at Gebhart switch. He was on the • top of the freight train when a sudden jerk of the train threw him between the cars. The wheels ran over his neck, nearly severing his • head from his body, there being left but a few strips of flesh to bind the head to the trunk. Death must have been well nigh instantaneous after the fall. The train was backed, into the city and the body was taken to Woll & Parker's undertaking establishment. The deceased, had been in the employ of the Pan Handle but a few months, He was a young man, but little more than 20 years of age and had many friends who will regret this sad accident. The funeral will be held from the home of his mother at 1503 Spear street Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. j Yesterday afternoon about four o'clock Robert McCandless of the North Side was instantly killed by the caving in of a gravel pit which is just saing opened up on the top of college hill, across the street from the college. Mr. McCandless was shoveling into a wagon, when the top of the bank gave way. He evidently tried to spring over the wagon, but was -caught by the weight of the earth, his head directly over the wagon wheel. The great mass of earth, two tons or more, with which he and wagon were buried, killed him instantly, his head being crushed frightfully, the skull being broken into small pieces. When he was dug out of the earth it was found that the entire top of his head was smashed off, and the brains had oozed out into the gravel. It was a sickening sight. The body was conveyed to Woll & Parkers and put in a presentable shape for burial. The deceased is a man probably 30 years of age. He is a brother of DeHart McCandless who lives on Fourth street, is married and had one child, an infant. He had but recently broken up house-keeping and with his wile was expecting to move to Kansas. In fact, but the day before their goods had been shipped to what they calculated on being their future home. Expecting to depart in a few days they were living with Mr. McCandless' father on the Booth farm north of the city. The deceased went to the gravel pit yesterday to help a neighbor out. And thus his life ended. It is not yet stated when the funeral will be held. GRA5D RA1IT Cheapest ClotMiig House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer the ..best class of Clothing at a much lower price than, elsewhere. With the advantages we posses, being* man- v ufacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business ID our,history. We did not bay too many suits, but simply ordered too many from our factory in New York Gitv. We are J I/ *' bound to unload for thousands of dollars more goods still to coir.e. For this :•;.:• d many other reasons and the advantages we bar-;-: over others, it behooves every close buyer to examine of meus/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoats., and v,-e >uav&otee a saving of at least 20 per cent, by the rnaaufaciuivr and retailer. of Logansport, Delphi, New York. DISEASES PBGULIflR TO WOMEN Have in the past 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 of Paris, France, after 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 that 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 every aparaSus necessary and about six years experience _ with this method. In no other 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 aU suffering with female ills. Drs. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRI5TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE We also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call and see us or we will go anywhere to see you. Consultation free- The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, The Cfoatelette Tor Ladies. Leather vest chains for GeMemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J.D.TAYLOR, 3094th,Stret. DB. E. M. HATCH, RUPTURE CURED! Physician and Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, come: Sixth Street. (NEW TREATMENT.) I am prepared to manufacture support* to trait any career rapsnrfewnlcn can be presented to me, and wfll gnarst«e a perfectly fittlsg snpport, and ear* otanj casewltaontpato, ot detention trojn business. Consultation tree. Can on or adamr 3. W. B11L1BD, JL. B. Corner ttn sad Market Street, Loganiport, lad

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