Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 26, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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THE REMOVAL SALE IS BOOMING Low Prices on Everything Children's black bonnets. Foster lacing gloves 69 cents. Children's inported Fast Black hose 24 cents well worth 50 cents THE GOLDEN RULE. JOIN Harry G. Tuckers Suit Club. Investigate the new mode of buying a suit for $2.00 RRY G. TUCKER, Merchant Tailor, 32O Pearl Street. Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL28 RETIRING FROM THE . RETAIL CLOTHING TRADE Grand Closing-Out Sale! The undersigned concluded to,retire from the retail Colthing trade and hereby offers his magnificent and Valuable Stock of goods at retail, at saoh prices never before heard of. It must be borne in mind, that this Is the most legitimate closing out sale ever held in Logansport. This is no schfrae, no dissolution sale, no faker gale, no money required to pay out going partner, no quitting on account of poor health, not overstocked on account 01 cold or warm weather, no money required to satisfy creditors, but a, bonafide sale for the sole purpose and benefit of the proprietor Mr. Martin Frank a citizen of Logansport ever since 1853, "who now wishes to retire from the Clothing trade. My Stock of goods does not consist of cheap stuff brought here for a "30 day stay" but straight legitimate goods fit for Farmer. Mechanic, Merchant or Man of leisure. A saving of 10 per cent, or 25 per cent, as often advertised will be nowhere, my deductions will range from 33 to 50 per cent. .Will sell you 3 Suits for the price you often paid for 2 Suits. Come yourself, bring the big boys, the little boys and be benefitted by fchis great sale. Goods marked in plain figures, showing former and present selling prices. ,/. . Sineerly Yours MARTIN FRANK, • On the corner of Market and Third Streets. Ifyou have Defective Vision • • ' Have your eyes examined and fitted by J D. TAYLOR, j Graduate Optieion Any Defect of Vision Corrected. SPOOL , , . For Sale by Oil SIX-CORD COTTON. Leading Dealers. 34 Union Square, New York City, Aug. 3!»t, 1889. After a series cf tests at our Etizabcthportfactory, esctending ever a period of several months, tae have-.dccidid, to use the. WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORP SPOOL COTTON, Relieving it to be the test thread now in the market, and strongly tfewmmend it to all agents, purchasers <attif users of the Singer Machines. vJ* W THB SINGER MANUFACTURING To Mr. and Mrs. Walter MeCrea a son. The Haberdasher has a new lot o neckwear. Mr.;W. B. Siuitb has just recovered from a severe sickness. Busjahn's put in a new safe at their drug store yesterday. G-eorge B. Chamberlain, of Lafayette was in the city yesterday. Night shirts, neckwear, underwear and hosiery, at the Haberdasher's. I have just received a big line coin purses yesterday.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. Parlor suits, bed room suits, side boards and furniture of all kinds, at Asb & Hartley's sale. ap£36d3t To-day we •will make a creat ent in dress goods: this is not talk cut business.—Golden Rule. The usual service will be Held at Market? street M. E. church on Sunday morning by the pastor. I have a special deposit of $400 to loan for one or two years on city property.—Geo. B. Forgy. aprlSdtf Cora Harris" was yesterday in the Circuit court granted a decree of divorce from George B. Harris. Beautiful lace caps and bonnets for the babies, from 5 cents each up, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Charles Wright was fined and costed $10.50 in Squire Smith's court yesterdav for provoking Edward Wood. Capt. Kingman, of Bantoer, South Dakota, a former resident of this city, is back making a short visit with old friends. Hood's Sarsaparilla is on the flood tide of popularity, which position it has reached by its own intrinsic, undoubted merit. 3 A select dance will be given at the G. A. R. hall next Monday evening in honor of Miss Mollie Greis", of Wabash, who is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. P. H. McHale and chi'dren returned yesterday from Topeka. Kan., after a pleasant visit of a few weeks with Mrs. McHale's sister. Mrs. John C. Hosier. The horse attached to the Steam Laundry delivery wagon indulged in a runaway up Broadway yesterday afternoon, but was stopped before anv damage had been done. George Heiike, the job printer,had the misfortune to feed one of his fingers into a press yesterday morning. Th« press was not badly dam aged, butGeoige will wear his finger in a sling forenme days. Mr. J. W. Sbadrt, the well-known Pan Handle freight conductor, died at his home oa Wright street, .East End, yesterday morning at 2 o'clock, after » lingering illness of consump- tioa. The deceased was 27 years of as?* and had been in the emplov of the Pan Handle for a number of years, until failing health compelled him to retire. He was unmarried, and leaves a mother and one sister to mourn their Moss. The funeral wi.l beheld front:..the home on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'cloek- Monticello Democrat: The K. of P. lodge of Logansport has organized a cornet band, which promises to be one of the crack musical organizations of the State Kev. Mr. Knox will he installed as pastor, by the Presbytery of Logansport on May 27. Rev. Scott, of Logansport. to preside aud charge the pastor. Rev. Mclntosh, to deliver the sermon aud Rev. Dickey to deliver thefcbarge to the people......Rev. Jones of Logansport, | will , preach neit Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church and in the evening Mr. Joe Critoh- fleld Tjrtll hold a union temperance meeting in that houoe. A G1.OWINO A1>»BESS. Father Campion Addressee tne Oo«p lITempcrance Union I<a»t i F.vcninc It. is doubtful if during the height of Francis Murphy's crusade here a year ago this week a larger audience gathered to hear him than filled the rink to overflowing last night to hear Very Revd. M. E. Campion, of St. Vincent's, address the Logansport Gospel Temperance Union. The large room was filled to i Is utmost capacity, not a vactmt seat remaining and many standing up near the entrances. The *ong service, which has been. so pleasing a feature of these meetings this week, was excellent latt evening and gave a rousing inspiration to the O(jHning of the meeting. Messrs. Critchlield and Stanley, who have taken so leading a part during thebe anniversary meetings, occupied prominent positions on the stage aud were t-urrounded by the local clergy. The Father Matthew T. A. B. Society nnd the order of Good Templars were both present in a body, in regalia, occupying seats in front. When Father Campion arose to address the audience he was greeted with loud and continued applause and throughout his most able address the Rev. Father received applause attesting the close attention which was paid to his words and the weight they boie to his hearers. Father Campion's speech was a glowing appeal for the cause of temperance, and his every word was fraught with power for good. His many forcible illustrations of the evils of intemperance were heard with rapt attention, and the effect of his words was clearly to be seen.on the faces of his interested liearers. The saloon power, and the open evasion and trampling' upon of the law by this element; the flagrant violation of the city ordinances regulating the traffic here in this city indj the brazen effrontery of the men, who, not content with carry- ng on a traffio which annually destroys so manv homes; creates so Liany thousands of drunkard's graves and causes so much human woe and degradation, are reaching out and by every means within their great jower are attempting to force city, State and National legislation in b.ehalf of the deadly traffic, were lenounned in the strongest terms by the Rev. Father, and he called oudly on all to rise up in their night as citizens, as Christians in a Jhristian community, with homes to defeud and friends to preserve from ruin accompanying the traffic, and trample down the saloons until heir power is forever* broken and jrui'bed. A remarkable case was related as an instance of one of the. effects of strong drink. Father Campion said hat some days ago one of his par- shonero called on him to pay his 3ew rent, giving him a five dollar bill. As he passed the bill careless- y through bis hands he WHS attract^ by some written characters on the back of it and was umazed to read, 'The last of $30,000. Drink didil!" ?he bill with such a remarkable his- ory was exhibited on the stutre and lassed around among those seated here, exciting tlm liveliest interest iiuong all. Some poor fellow had old his whole pathetic story in a ew words, words conveying such orteutous meauingl At the close of this forcible speech he speaker was applauded until the ery rafters of the riuk vibrated with the deafening i-ound. On account of the meeting of the Odd Fellows at the rink to-night the spel temperance meeting will be leld this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Meetings also Sunday afternoon and veiling. ^ The Odd Fellows' Celebration. The Odd Fellows of Logansport ?ill celebrate the 71st anniversary f the establi.-hmetof the order in his country by a parade in the fternoon and a public entertainment at the riuk at night. The line f march will take in the principal treets of the city and the parade ill be participated in by the t-ev- ral lodges of this city-ami repfeeen- tatives'of lodges from neighboring owns. The entertainment in the evening roiuiseB to be very interesting and tie following program will be car- led out. The public is invited. residing Officer Col. D. a Cftase verture— .., Mosco teBaud usio-Openlng Ode Subordinate Lodges nvoonlon...... „ Rer. s. W. Brown ua»ingot Proclamation H. J. McSheohy uartette—Mrs. J. B. shultz, Miss WM Tucker Messrs. A P. Jeans. Will Klchardsun, Mrs. A. P. Jenks accompanist. ddress. Urand Master C. C- Binktey ocal Solo... Miss Corn Brltton nstrumental Music ...Mandolin Club ocal Solo -. Minn Stella SfbwMlan nstrumentul Solo Miss Laura McNltt ocal Duet....Miss Minnie Bruington and Mr J. C. Bridge. le. ..MasootteBand ocal Solo _ -MTS.J. B Sbuiu uartette.... Messrs, J. C. Bridge, C. H. Martin, Arthur Baker anil M. C. Barnhart. enedlctlon R»T. s. W. Oslo-Good Nleht...... . CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered Jtiere is now going on at HARRY FRANK'S The entire stock of Mr. S H. Kasley bought at a great sacrifice will be sold at less than 50 cents on the dollar. Planel Shirts 25c. CasBi'mere Shirti 35 cents. Suspenders 15c. Linen Collars 10 centg Unlaundred Shirts 33c. Latmdred Shirts 43 cents. Shirts and Drawers 25o. Knit Jacketa 50 cents. Jockey Caps 25c Children's pant* 25c And thousands of dollars worth of other goods. The's are wonterful bargains Unparalleled in the furnishing Trade. Prudent buyers owe it to themselves to call and see for themselves—We boldly and truthfully, state that no Merchant can sell his goods at such figures unless procured at similiar circumstances—Come and be astonished HARRY FRANK, Leader of Low prices at Logansport and Delphi. C. B. KILBORNE'S BAKERY AND RESTAURANT, 317 Market Street Is the best place in the city for board, by the meal or week. Meal tickets of 21 meals only §3.50. Use ''Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. DO YOUR LAMPCHIMNEYSB«™ What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-for we can't make those prices, we cannot buy at some of them.. McCaffrey's will not sell at what they claim to-or, if they do, poor qualities, short weights explain it" Nonsense! What folly if we'd advertise a price we did not hope you'd come and buy at. We had better close our doors than- to refuse to sell at what we say we wiU. As to poor qualities and short weights-those who know best know better. Compare on standard goods- such as neither they nor we can cheat on. These for instance Be-t Sugar Cured Hams, fresh smoked, per Ib many dealer charge 12X4 Best Sugar Cured Shoulders, per Ib 8l-.c Is tile price at other stores. '" r Best Breakfast Bacon, per Ib Look at >our Pass Book and see 11 you a re'not carin^'io?" 1 Best smoked side meat, PIT Ib . i-mui,, *v*_ ^ Best ItrtedBeet, perlb '", J! Best Country Lard, per Ib ' " 01 Fancy Sorted Potatoes, perbu *?' .Another quality i otiitoes. per bu ". " S; A gop:l Family Flour, per hundred Vt « The Best Flour. Pink Sack, under the brand 6f' ;: Snow"Baii"""~ : -—'- 1 '-"-"-'""""-' '"" »<*• arteed' 2 « " Fancy Golden C Suuar, per Ib Choice Fancy C Sugar, perlb ' t Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib '.' * ?, White, extra C Sugar, per Ib 2, Soft A Sugar, nerfb '.'. " : 5; Standard A Sugar, per Ib ""' S Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib 'i S Fancy Bulk Boasted Coffee, per Ib... " «S Ajax—Boasted Coffee, pertjb. package .'.'.'".'."."".'."".'".'1'.'.' ' zi Extra Choi, e Package Roasted Coffee, the Cordoba—witn'a'story'Book'encios'ed—per'ib 2S MoSKd'ja^oastVc^^ I A Good Green C flee, per Ib .' < ^""""*J I "»" l»r 'o 35 A Fancy Green Ctoffee, perlb " - KS Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee £? c Fancy Banana-", per doz *J • Fancy Layer Ftes per Ib ". - I* • Fancy Dates, per ib ' „.. • jn- a. -. Ortmgea, per doz .' '• J? -* .-'Fancy Lemons, per doz - J? c Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib "..".V.V.V.'.V..V.'.V.".'.'.V.V.V.V.'.'.V.''.' 741 No business ever prospered as ours for ten years with an element of fraud about it. , " What Mechanics Say Some Mechanics tell us they have saved $500 in the last five years by buying of McCaffey's: -What costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11, here to do it. One could soon buy a home \vith such ! asaving. Argument is folly anyway. Our prices are facts that need no cbtii'm'ent Our reputation guarantees our weights and qualities. If it were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor worth worry ing about «, A s it '•!$ who wo utd n ot trade with us? McCaffrey & Go

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