Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 18, 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 $4.95 WE ARE ALSO OFFERING $ .60 Storm Serge at. $1.00 Storm Serge at $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. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY. foe Choicest Line in the 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. HAUK, The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. I 0 r m -< \Vhat 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. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. IS. I have just received an invoice of 100 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 ^?aint and some of them are entirely finished, ; 3iey 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 Hobes, 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 ..Utonee. Geo. Harrison. 424 BROflDWftY. Detroit beer'on tap at J. P. Sebastian's. Her Majesty's corset at the Fashion store this week. To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. O'Connel, on Spear street, a son. A good dinner for 25 cents at the Magee block to-morrow. Dance with the Laundry Girls Wednesday evening at the rink. Cloaks, cloaks for the thousands at a big saving, at the Trade Palace. Now is the time to learn the style corset for forms at P. W. Moore's. Don't forget the date, October 19tb, at the rink—the Laundry Girls' dance. Dance with the Machinist's next Thursday evening, October 20th, at rink. Don't pay profits—buy at cost, at the Bell Clothing House. 405 Market street. Patronize the Episcopal church meals at the 'new Magee block tomorrow. •Canted—A girl to do general house work. Enquire immediately at 923 Spear street. Mrs. Francis Hickman can tell you all about corsets, at P. W. Moore's all of this week. -Pa'tronize organized; jilabor :by attending' 'th'e Laundry Girls' dance Wednesday evening at the rink. A number of invitations have been received in this city to the Hardwood Finishers' annual ball at Peru on the 21st inst. Eat dinner and supper with the ladies of Trinity Guild of the Episcopal church at the new Magee block to-morrow. It is not what its proprietor says but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells ths story of its merit. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures. Her Majesty's corset is the best. Mrs. Hickman will tell you all about it if you will call at the Fashion store of P. W. Moore's. The Trade Palace is crowded throughout their store this week; the many bargains the cause. See the underwear counter to-day. A great feast awaits all who hear Hon. D. H. Chase at Market street M. E. Church, October 19, on the Battle of Gettysburg. Admission 10 cents. Wanted—Three hundred yards of boulders, 4 to 8 inches in diameter, Cincinnati inspection, at once.—Wm. C. Bowker, contractor, Elwood. Ind. Why cook dinner and supper tomorrow when the Episcopal church ladies will-serve such elegant meals for 25 cents at the new Magee block to-morrow. The party who by mistake received two small parcels marked Rev. Overholzer will confer a favor by returning same tome.—Willie Albert, driver Bee Hive delivery. Testerday in the circuit, court by her attorneys, Pansier & Kistler, Elizabeth O'Dell began divorce proceedings against Price O'Deli. She prays for §2,400 alimony. Excursion rate to Chicago for any train on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, S4.65 forround trip. Ali tickets good to return until Monday, October 24th, inclusive. Still they come. Our house was again crowded yesterday. If you have not attended this sale you should do so to-day, as we are selling clothing for the least money ever offered in the city.—Bell Clothing House. J. B. Stanley will commence a series of gospel temperaace meetings st Bethel church, Clay township, on Sunday evening Oct. 23d and closes Sunday evening following. Every body is welcome to these meetings. Don't fail to come. A SERIOUS ACCIDEST. Mr. K. C. Taylor Serions/y Injured by Foiling From a Wason Yesterday Afternoon. City Commissioner R. C. Taylor is laid up at his home on Broadway with .painful and serious injuries received yesterday afternoon by falling from a wagon in front of his house. About one o'clock he went to his stable and hitched a horse to his meat wagon, to take a drive to his farm. While he was climbing over the wheel into the high wagon the horse started and he was thrown heavily backward onto the cobbled alley pavement. He struck on his left shoulder, dislocating the. shoulder and shattering the shoulder blade. His left foot caught in the wagon spring and while he was thus held and before he could stop the horse Mr. Taylor was dragged about 30 feet through the alley. His ankle was severely sprained. Dr. J. H- Shultz was summoned and Mr. Taylor's condition was mada as easy as possible. The dislocated shoulder and ankle were reduced and the shattered sca.pula set in place. Besides these injuries Mr. Taylor received internal injuries by the fall. Mr. Taylor's weight made the doubly heavy and his age makes injuries received all the worse him. He will be confined to house for some time by reason of injuries, but his friends hope to him out in good time sound fall the for the the see as ever. ROUSH'S SHORT RIBS. The Case Against Cadaliy and WriK -It was Largely Farcical. Chicago Interocean; The case brought against John Cudahy and Austin W. Wright upon complaint of Thomas Roush was dismissed by Justice Glennon. This case was one in which Roush claimed that the "short rib" market had been manipulated by Cudahy and Wright to such an extent that a fictitious valuation was placed upon this kind of provisions. For the prosecution there appeared Otto Gresham and Kenesaw Landis, two young attorneys, who share with the complaining witness the distinction of being natives of Indiana. Cudahy and Wright were represented by A. S. Trude and W. J. Hynes. The International Pack- ing-bouse Company had Levy Mayer on hand to look out for the interests Of certain of their members who had been directed to appear with their private books arid papers, and with • their testimony enlighten the court in regard to the ways and means of manipulating the provision market. Four hours of windy warfare ensued from the time that the case was called until Justice Glennon gave it a knockout blow by stating that if the attorneys for the prosecution could not prove any more than they announced as being able to prove he would not consider himself warranted in holding the defendants. Then Attorney Hynes made a motion that the defendants be discharged, and the court discharged them. ~ _ SPEAKING TO-3IGHT. Hon. W. T. Wilson to Address tne Yonns Men's Republican Club. An invitation was extended yesterday to Hon. W. T. Wilson to address the Young Men? Republican club at the regular meeting to-night. The invitation was accepted and a good speech is assured. The public is invited to attend and the Young Men's Club especially. The speaking is icE formal but a good speech ia assured Younp: Men's Republican Club. The Young Men's Republican Club will meet at the Broadway rink this evening at 8 o'clock in order to make arrangements to attend the rally at Indianapolis Monday Oct. 2-1 and the transaction of such other business as may come before the .club. Hon. W. T. Wilson will address tha club this evening. All members are requested to be present. R. M. VA*W^~BXE, Prest. FREDERICK LANDIS, Sec'y. We did not buy too many suits., but simply ordered ;oo many from our factory in New York City. We are bound to unload for thousands of dollars more goods still ;o come. For this and many other reasons and the advan ;ages we have over others, it behooves every close buyer to examine of niens/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoats, and we guarantee a saving of at least 20 per cent; the manufacturer and retailer. HARRY FRANK of Logansport, Delphi, New York, Grand fcnbor Mass There will be a public mass meeting at the court house to-night (north court room) in the interest of the teamsters and carpenter's unions. D, F. Kennedy of Indianapolis, John B Hannegan of Lafayette, and Will S- Rosier of this city will address the meeting. Every friend of organized labor; should attend this meeting. Prohibition Spealtlns To-night Rev. Robert Blair of Ida ville, speaks to-night at union hall on the Isbrth Side for the Prohibitionists. Rev Blair is pastor of the Reformed Pres byterian church of that place. Hie, lads and lassies! hie away! Sor brook a single hour's delay, If .you would carry in your mouth White teeth, and odors of the South Haste, haste, and buy a single font Of; the unrivaled SOZODQKT. Cheapest Clothing 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 manufacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history. DISEASES PBCULIflR TO WOMEN Have m 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 grea,t Dr. Apostoli of Paris, France, alter many- years of persistant work in this field, a few years ago, to the his success with Electrolysis. . . ~, Hi=-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. ~ - ' *15 • But'the system requires expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience tO| iuccessfully use it. (VU We have every aparatus 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 plder| methods had repeatedly failed to give relief, and earnestly recommend it to. aUjs offering with female ills. Drs, CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRIETORS OF LQGANSPORT 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, He Cfcatelette tor Ladies. Leather vest chains lor Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. \ J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret/ DR.E. M. HATCH,! p&ysician anfl Surgeon. McCaffrey Block, Broadway, come: Sixth Street RUPTURE (NEW TREATMENT.) SnsinesE. Consultation i J. W. BA1LABB, JL ». Corner 4tt and Jfaatet Street. LoeKiwort, J

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