Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 29, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 29, 1890
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WE HAVE BOUGHT 50 Embroidered Dress Patterns AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAB. Patterns Worth From $20.00 To $25.00 * We will offer at the uniform price of $.12.50. The latest Spring Shades. LDBN RULE. JO I N Harry G. Tucker's Suit Club. Investigate the new mode of buying a suit for $2.00 HARRY G. TUCKER, Merchant Tailor, 32O Pearl Street. "CONVINCED" a Shadow of a Doubt 5 Dally Journal. TUESDAY MORT5INGK APR'L. 29. Right irom.the start when we advertised to Close stock in off bar- up our retail Clothing trade, the peodle took our assertion, and came toy the scores to carry gains. The Community knows we • never deceive, we never advertise for bun comb,' our ^statements were always accepted as true. We are daily making deductions on every Garment in the house to reduce stock and wind up as soon a possible. All are invited to carry oft a bundle, and save Dollars and Uents on your purchases MARTIN FRANK, On the corner of Market and Third Streets. If you have Defective Vision Have your eyes esatmned and fitted by D. TAYLOR, Graduate Optieion Any Defect of Vision Corrected. SIX-CORD COTTON. Leading Dealers. ULLIMASTIC SPOOL For Sale ty all ' • 34 Union Square, New YorkCKy, Aug. 3ist, ^fler a series ef tests at our JElisabsthport factory, extending over a, period of several months, we have decided to use the WILLIMANTIC 'SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, Relieving it to be tfie best thread now in the market, and strongly jfommend ii io all agents, purtluisers and users of the Singer Machines. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Bargain day at tho Bee Hive in ladies spring cloth jackets. Great rush for hosiery and underwear, at the Trade Palace. The best brand of laundry soap today is the Acme. Try it,-5 cents a box. Sea our handsome embroidered clress patterns for $12.50.—Golden Rule. See the new grenadines, new black lace fiounciogs and draper'es, at the Trade Palace. For the next three days you can buy a spring cloth jacket at cost, at the Bee Hive. Extraordinary good value ia =prmg and summer dress goods from 5 cents up, at the Bee Hive. Parlor suits, bed room suits, side boards and furniture of all kinds, at Asb & Hartley's sale. apySBdSfc Deputy TJ. S. Marshal Conway, of Indianapolis, was in. the city ye-tfr day. He went back empty handed' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Steenburg, of Pulman. 111., are visiting Win. and George Van Steenberg, of this city. Every tissue of the body,, everv bone, muscle and organ, is made- stronger and more healthful by use ' f Hood's Sarsaparilla. 5 The Bee Hive reports yesterday as one of the busiest days of the season. Choice seasonable goods and low prices is what keeps up the popularity of the Bee Hive. A good appetite, good digestion, steady nerves, pure blood arid healty liver, can be had by using Osborn's System Pills, for sale by all druggists, 2.5 cents. april24dOm. John Mahoney, the printer, has thrown up his job at Hartford City and returned here to settle up some matters of business preparatory to engaging in business at Hartford City. We propose within the next three :3ays to close out every one of the 150 beautiful spring 1 cloth jackets: some at cost, and some even below cost, especially the finer grades, at Wiler & Wise's Bee Hive. The great soap firm, Lautz Bros., of Buffalo, are makiug a new depar- nre ia advertising their celebrated brand of Acme soap. They give to each family in the city a ticket call- ng for a free bar of Acme soap. These tickets are worth G cents each; ;bus you get a free bar of soap and his grocer receives his 5 cents from iautz Bros. So do not fail to pre sent your tickets to your grocer. The C., C,, C. & St. L. Ry. (Bi< Four Route) js the best line to Chat- '.anooga, Atlanta, Savannah, Charleson, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Thoniasville, Pensacola, Mobile. New Means, Pbilade.lphjfl,, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Ta., Newport News. Old Point Comfort and «H points East and South. Elegant service on all through heat, gas light and The City Election. The result of the secret canvas now tfoing on is difficult to determine. Mr. G-ustav Burgman denies that he is a cinjdidnte but i-ays he is working for Mr. Chris Paul. It was reported on the street last evening that an assessment of twenty dol- dars had been made on each saloon to defray espeuse« of election. As a reduction of the license will save two hundred and twenty-five dollars annually to each saloon it is not improbable that this report is correct! Low license men will b« fleeted from the first and Third wards if thev are nominated by the Democratic convention so that the tifreen hundred dollars raised by this apses^inent will be used in the Second and Fifth wardc. The work is being done very quietly and the strength that will be shown will be a surprise. OliHiiary. Emily A. Rennyan was born in Kentucky March 18, 1837; married to Clark Gray, 1855. Moved to Logansport in 1875. She was converted when youo£ and united with the M. E. church when twenty-two years old, of which church she was a consistent member until her death, which occurred April 26, 1800. She was good to the poor, always had a heart of sympathy for suffering humanity. Throughout her illness she was patiently resigned to the will of God, and died in the triumphs of a living faith. She has been called to her reward. A bus- band and fiur children survive her The funeral was held from the house yesterday, being conducted by Rev. H. A. Davis, paste.- of the Wheatland street M. E. church of which she was a member. CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered HECHKTLY EXECUTED. Was the Man Who Sold tlic Pinna of the Hnxsi in Forliliontioii.s. Rr Cable to the Journal. LONDON, April 28.—A dispatch from Vienna to the Chronicle says that Schinidtt who sold the plans of thp Riifvirtn fortifications of Cron- stadt obtaining less than $1.000 there fore, was secretly shot in the fortress of St. Peter and St. Paul, and that the newspapers were forbidden by the government to make any mention of the matter. here is now going on at HARRY FRANKS The entire stock of Mr. S H. Kasley bought at a great sacrifice will be sold at less than 50 cents on the dollar. Flanel Shirt* VM-. Oassimere Shirts 'ff> cents. Suspenders inc. Linen Collars 10 eeau Unlaundred Shirts .33c. Laandied Shirts 43 cents. Shirts and Drawers 25C. Knit Jacket), 50 cents. Jockey.Caps 35c Children's puntsZK 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 sirniliar circumstances—Come and be astonished HARRY FRANK, Leader of Low prices at Logansport and Delphi. dining car rains. Steam no transfers. Policeman Wm. Koble was ar- •ajgned in 'Squire Fender's court yesterday, charged with trespass, on' he complaint of Judge Biddle -who charged that William had been guilty of shooting bis, the Judge's abbits, on the island. William plead guilty and was fined and osted to the amount of $16, which he paid. That an officer of the law, a conservator of the peaca> should so ar forget his position as to thus openly violate two well defined laws his State; that of trespass and hooting within the city limits is omewhat remarkable. The Judge watches his rabbits with a jealous ye, and woe to the man who seeks heia as his prey. The Sp Inz Medicine. The popularity which Hood's Sarsaparilla has gained as a spring medicine is wonderful. It possesses just those elements of health-giving, blood-purifying and appetite-»estor ing whicli everybody seetns to need at this season. Do not continue in a dull tired, unsatisfactory condition when you may be so much benefltted by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It purifies the blood and makes the weak s'ronff. i Bwly lilcnrlfled. Bf Telegraph to the Journal. WATKHBURT, Conn., April 23. — The body ofjtbe young woman found in Wee tons pond yesterday has been identified as that of Theresa Huxford alias Anna Turner, aged 19 years. She came here some mouths ago with an old man named Turner. who is said to belong in Skaeateies, M. H. She had been heard to say tha her mother was in an insane asylum in New York. The coroner "is making an iavei>tigntsnn. Ho »a Utility Bf Telegraph to tlie Journal. NKW YORK, April 28 —The jury in the trial of O'Donovan Roasa and Mr. Hendrickpon from criminal libel upon P. S. Cassiday, found a verdict to-night of guilty with an urgent recommendation of mercy in the case of Rossa, and not guilty in the case of Hftidriekson. Rossa will probably escape with a fine. Enti led to tlio liest. All are entitled to the best that their money will buy, so every family should have, at once, a bottl"^ of the best family remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or bilious. For sale in SOc and $1.00 bottles by all leading drug gists. For sale by B. F. Keesling. C. E. 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. ARE CALLED WARE Damaged Furniture . Ash & Hadley will off?r their stock of damaged furniture for sale in the Hagenbuck block, 417 Market street and also at their own rooms, 425 and 437 Market street, on Monday at 8:80 o'clock; the goods will be sold at private sale for cash. The goods must be sold. apr2Qd8t What Merchants Say "There's something wroug-for we can't make those prices,, we cannot buy at some of them. McCaffrey's wiil not sell at what they claim to-or, if thev 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 wi'l. As to poor qualities and short weigh ts-those who know best know better. Compare on standard goods- such as neither they nor we can cheat on. These for instance k at ;our ^ Best urled Beer, per Ib!.' ......... !'.".' Best Country Lard, perib Fancy Soiled Potatoes, per ijii'.' Another Quality Potatoes, per bu. A gooti Family Flour, per hundred. S~fSH^---=^^^.. b ^.-^ Fancy Golden C Slitar, per Ib. ' - Cliolce Fancy C Sugar, per Ib.... Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib . . White, extracSugur, perlb • Soft A Sugar, perlb..... Standard A Sugar. p«r Ib Best ttranulated Sugar, per'ib' Fane? Bulk Ruasted Coffee, nei •.. . Ajax— Roasted Coffee, X ee, per Ib r Ib. package".'" 30 "" Corlolia-with a Storj'Booii;"«icib'se<i-b"er"ib' Notice. Come an-1 see what has been long looked for, a draft stallion without a fault, purchased April 28tb, by Ira Funk, V. S., of Royal Center." The horse -will stand the season at Royal Center and Logansport. upr29dltw3t **>stlval Notice. There will be a festival at tha North Side Union Sunday School Hall, Wednesday evening, April 80, the proceeds to be usad for fixing up the hall. There will be a beautiful quilt disposed of. be present. All are Invited to apr29d2t Theodore KURD met with an accident while working at the paper mill Saturday afternoon, which, resulted in a badly mashed wri»t. .... ... vuu ,,iv,v.n w 'ij.r:t3, IJtJl 1U... " • ,<A .A Inner Green Coffee, perlb - £ £ Fancy FeuDem Green Coffee - - « J .Fancy Banana*, per doz. ' - •? ' Fancy Layer MRS per Ib ".';""; iS ? Fancy Dates, per fb.. - £} c Oranges, per doz .'.'.'.'.'.'.' J2 I Fancy Lemons, pnr doz "..' 5 • *ancy Mince Meat, per Ib **--* tea years No business ever prospered as ours for 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 McCaff.ey's. What costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here to Ao it. One could soon buy a, home with such a saving. Argument is folly anyway. Our prices are facts that need no comment Our reputation guarantees our weights and qualities. If '* were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor worth worrying about As it is who would not trade with us <; McCaffrey <fe Co.,

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