Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 16, 1892 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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WE CONTINUE THE SALE OF liported Dress Patterns at $4.95 WE ARE ALSO OFFERING $ .60 Storm Serge at. $1.00 Storm Serge at $1.25 Storm Serge at .49c. . 78c. .98c. save you money. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY. Ie Me tte Choicest Line in the State. and Winter Woolens. 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. el American watch §10, 15 jew warranted. 15 year, gold filled watch $15. Elgin watches $5 warranted. Ladies -old filled watches from $10 up. All the latest thing in jewelry and novelties. Spectacles a specialty. All goods engraved. The Jeweler ana Optician. 410 Broadway. v LLJ 0 0 DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 16. What is the use of paying two prices for your cloths _ ft . o T f* rf*.«w-v rt 4? r\ wi /*v 1 f ' J-LCvU A<J uj.»^y -*.— v ~ — jp- — ^ ^j j. » and then not get them to fit you? If you come to me 1 will make y ou a fit that you can feel proud of. P. J.'HOOLEY, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. _ ^ I have just received an invoice of tOO SETS of WHEELS 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 and some of them are entirely finished, 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 «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 'ce wool shawls, black, and cream, t the,Bee Hive. 'or lineoleums and oil cloths, see he Trade Palace. Mrs. J. E, Button went to Indian- .polis yesterday. Lovely new jackets and coats tomorrow, at the Bee Hive. n'ce with ihe Machinist's next Thursday evening, October 20th, at rink. -The grandest stock of fine dress jimmings ever displayed,- at the Bee live. Mrs. R. A. Graffls, of Frankfort, is visiting Mrs. George Cheney and Mrs. Troutman. ^Special bargains this week on dress foods 1 , silks, velvets and trimmings, at the Trade Palace. Kemember the Fortnightly Reveler's ball at McCaffrey's hall Thursday evening, October 27th. txl5on't forget the underwear sale to commence Tuesday at tha special sale at the Trade Palace. J. H. Conrad went to Peru yesterday to see his wife who is seriously ill at the home of her sister. No flowery rhetoric can tell the merit of Hood's Sarsapa.rilla as well as the cures accomplished by this excellent medicine. IvZhe carpet room at the Trade Palace is the busiest place in the* city. Large stock and low prices brings the people. I/Customers who could not be waited on yesterday are kindly invited to call again to-morrow.—Bell Clothing House, 405 Market street. V/Ladies, please remember that the Bee Hive is the only dry goods house that actually places importation orders for exclusive styles of fir,e dress goods. \xThe big sale is on and all goods go at cost. If you don't believe it, call and see for yourself.—Bell Clothing House, 405 Market street. Miss Etta Keisar of Clinton, Mo., is visiting in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bert Thornton, enroute to Boston to attend a young ladies 'seminary. The regular meeting .of the Free Reading Room Association on Tuesday, the 18th inst., will be held at 2:30 p. m., No. 321 Pearl street up stairs. By order of the President.— M. C. N., Sec'y. Logansport is to have a Prohibition speech next Tuesday night. Rev. Robert Blair, pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian church at Idaville, will speak at Union hall on the North Side. Everybody invited. 'oys and children's clothing, an immense stock all at cost. Don't forget this, you will not always have an opportunity to buy goods this way. They will not last long, get your share at the Bell Clothing House. 405 Market street. Gertrude the S-year-otd daughter of Gotleib Strahle, died Friday at 11 p. m. at the residence on Knowlton street, of pneumonia. The funeral services will be held this afiernoon at 2 o'clock at St. Bridget's church by Father Kroeger. , -bur underwear man having left us, and upon investigation, found he had once. TT Geo. Harrison. 424 to twice the we are deter- duplicated our stock size it should be, and mined to reduce stock and will cut prices on all sizes. Look at our bargain table Tuesday, and will continue until reduced. — Trade Falace. The Pharos squirms around st the shot given it by John JE !. Grover but evades any discussion oE the political phase of it- Mr. Groveir is an ardent Harrison man and naturally when misrepresented he corrects the public. There was no foundation whatever for. any statement that he was luke •warm. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Accommodations for a Big Crowd Next Friday—^reparations for tJie ElKKest Audience iii tlie World's History. A small army of workmen are busily engaged in providing seating accommodations in the manufacturers' building upon the World's Fair grounds, preparatory to the dedication exercises of Friday next. Fifteen thousand seats are being placed upon the mais floor of the building immediately in front of and on either side of the speakers platform. These are being divided into ten sections, and here will be seated the members of the State World's Fair board, the wives of the distinguished guests upon the platform, the staffs of Governors and the secretaries and attaches of foreign legations. Surrounding this space, and still on the main floor, a number of men are working with might and main placing 55,000 chairs. These are for the stockholders and others, and will be neither numbered nor reserved. Up in the gallery still another detail of workmen are placing some fifteen thousand seats. The stage on the east side of the building, for distinguished guests, is nearly ready for the decorators. Special attention has been paid to its strength and stability, and the supports have been very carefully examined. Upon this stage will be seated the President and the members of the Cabinet, the representatives of foreign nations, the Governors of the various States, the members of the Senate and House of Representatives, the board of lady managers and the World's Fair directors, making a total of about three thousand. To the right and left of this stage space has been railed off for 750 working newspaper men, and adjacent thereto accommodations have been provided for 1,200 more, making a total of two thousand representatives of the press. Away in the south end of the building a stage has been erected for the orchestra of three hundred pieces and the chorus of five thousand voices. There will be standing roo'm for fifty thousand people, and seating accommodations for 120,000 more, while it is calculated that about thirty thousand additional will be able to obtain admission to the grounds over the fences or on one pretext or another Altogether it is anticipated that the exercises Will be witnessed by an audience aggregating over a fifth of a million. The building has three hundred exits, while the narrowe si aisle is twelve feet in width, and running from this up to twenty feet. Around the corridors are colonades surrounding the;-main body of the hall, in which United States troops with drawn bayonets, will be stationed at a distance of two feet apart, to inspire confidence in the event of panic. Jelard. The above recent production from the gifted pen of Mrs. S. E. Hender soa has been having a phenomena sale, in fact the demand for this book has been far in excess of the modest anticipations of its author. Th book has also created a genuine impres sion among the litterateurs of th country and Mrs. Henderson is in receipt almost daily of letters expres sing highest praise of the work Eelow we give a letter from Prof. E E. Smith, superintendant of the Dan ville, Ky., Public schools. It is saf< to say that the feelings which prompt ed Mr. Smith's letter to his friend.th author, have stirred the heart of ever one who has read this beautiful story BASTILLE, Ky., Aug. 20, 1892. MKS. S. E. HENDERSON, Logansport Ind.—I have perused your book • 'Jelard" with real pleasure, and with no desire to give it undue praise wish to say to you that it is the pur est, most pathetic story I have eve read. The negro dialect and character are true to the letter; the minister's life among the Coon Rangers though so amusing is by no means overdrawn. The description of scenes in the Rocky mountains is sublime in its grandeur and that of hell is sublime in its awfulness, but the light of pathetic beauty around the £wo little graves in the woods, the scene where Tom is taken to' the one wild spot where he is shortly to sleep with folded hands 'neath the sod; the pure white life of Annie and her death are incomparable to anything I have ever read. I think I see as the many readers peruse it's pages the All Father bending in loving tenderness and touching it with his benediction. With deepest reverence, I am ' - Tour friend, E- E. SHTTH Cheapest ouse 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 3 ofacturers and retailers, we expect to out- do any season's business in our history. We did not buy too many suits, but simply ordered .00 many from our factory in New York City. We are bound to unload for thousands of dollars more goods still to come. For this and many other reasons and the advan fcages we have over others, it behooves every close buyer to examine of mens/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoats, and we guarantee a saving of at least 20 per cent. jy the manufacturer and retailer. HARRY FRANK of Logansport, Delphi, New York. ;.. • , , -< '- '> ,- frf 1 ££ Xl DISEASES FBGULlflR 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 I Paris, France, alter many years of persistant work in I this field, a few years ago, announced to the profession! his success with Electrol3 T sis. . . . i Hi" methods have stood the test of time and aro now recognized in almost all institutions of the world that make a specialty of these diseases as the most expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience to SUCC6 wl f SeTvery aparatus necessary and_about six years experience with this method. In no other class of diseases have the resultsibeen sc.satisfy- 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 all suffering with female ills. Drs. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROFRI&TORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUI We also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call.an see us or we will go anywhere to see you. Consultation free.^ The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, IHe Ciatelette for Ladles. Leather vest ctems for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons; J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret Card of Tbanlts. Mr. and'Mrs. M. J. Beach desire to thus publicly express their appreciation of the kindness extended to them during their recent bereavement in the death of their infant son, with thanks to their friends 1 for their kindness. DR. E. M. HATCH JRUPTURE CURE! Physician and Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, corne; Sixth Street. (NEW TREATMENT.) lam prepared to mannftcwre support* business. Consultation tree. i*uonor«oa j. tr. BIU-ISP, *.». -, Comer 4th and Market Street, toganwort,

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