Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 30, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 30, 1890
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WE HAVE BOUGHT 50 Embroidered Dress Patterns AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Patterns Worth From $20.00 To $25.00 We will offer at the uniform price of $12.50. The latest Spring Shades. GOLDEN RULE. JOIN 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 "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt" Right from.the start when we advertised to Close up our retail Clothing trade, the peoclle took stock in our assertion, and came by the scores to carry off bargains. The Community knows we never deceive, we never advertise for buncomb, 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 Cents on your purchases * MARTIN FRANK, On the comer of Market and Third Streets. Daily Journal. If youhave Defective Vision ; Have your eyes examined and fitted by D. TAYLOR, Graduate Optieion Any Defect of Vision Corrected. WlLLIMANWl SPOOL for Sale by Mi SIX-CORD COTTON. leading Dealers. 34 Union Square, Mew York City, Aug. 3«t, 1880. After <t series of tests at our Elizabethportfactory, extending over a period of several months, we have decided iff use the WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, fattening it to be the best thread now in ike market, and strongly i ; recommend if to all agents- t purchasers a^d users of the Singer Machints. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. WEDNESDAY MORNING APR. 30. To-day is circus clay. Henriettas in new colorings, : the Bee Hive. Call at the rink to-morrow evening; and see the waltz by moonlight. King & Franklin.'sshow will pitch its tent on the Tenth street common to-day. Attend the Bee Hive's special closing out sale of "spring jackets. You can got bargainB. Mrs. George Wilcox, formerly of this city, is visiting Mrs. tJeorg Lighthouse, on George street. Harry Tucker went to Indianapolis yesterday afternoon to witness the Booth-Modjeska engagement. Joseph Crawshaw, colored, late of the Russell House, Detroit, has taken a chair at Hod Turner's barber shop. Don't forget to attend the May Day Ball to be given by the ladies of Charity Lodge, Divison 4, Jo-naorrow evening. Mrs. Jennie Roberts will join her husband at Marion in a few da; whence they will departx>n a visit to Brattsville, Pa. * Mr. and Mrs. Ed Emerick went to Indianapolis yesterday to attend th» Booth-Modjeska performance at that place last night. Hood's Sarsaparilla bas the largest sale of any medicine before the pub" c. Any nonest druggist will con 3rn this statement. T Pure mohair alpacas, such as you get at the Bee'HWe in black as well as all neutral shade's of color, make lovely spring dresses. There was no circuit court yesterday, Judge McConnell being occupied on the bench at Winamac. Court will Convene again this morn >gl . '' ' ' • '' • , •': A good appetite, good digestion steady nerves, pure blood and healty liver", can be had by using Os b6rn's System Pills, for sale by a! druggist's, 25 cents. april24dCm. Lost, between Ninth and Fourth streets, on'Broadway, a gold meda with name, Myrtle Sebastian. Find er leave a.t : Sebastian's tigar store and receive reward. apr30d4t William T. Shields will start ; butcher shop this morning, Apri. 30,1890, at the corner of Fifteenth and Market streets. He invites the people of tbe'EastEnd to'eall and see him. , Mr. J. W. McGreevy of this city and Mr. M. McGreevy. and wife o Burrows, departed Monday for Greenville, O., where they were called by the serious illness of a relative. Mr. Julius Wagner,the well known cigar maker, will be united in mar riage to Miss Gertie Carle of the West Side, this morning at 8 o'clock at St. Joseph's church. Rev. Father Koehue officiating. The condition of Henry Roach who was struck by a falling timber at Stevens Bros, mill Monday after noon, ig not as bad as was at firs thought. M*. Roach, was able to be on the street yesterday and aside from a very sore head does not fee greatly the worse for /his narrow escape from death and will be al rlght.in a few eays. The Knights of Honor will observe the seventeenth anniversary of the organization of their order in thi city on the 80th of June, to which lodges K. of H. in various parts o the state,have been invited to par ticipate. It is to be regretted tba this anniversary does not fall upon the Poueih of July that the celebra tion of the day might be joined in celebration of the glorious Fourth in which all our citizens will engage. OUR PUBLIC BUILDING- Vhat Mnut yet be Don* to Aec»m- pllnh the I'.nd. As will be ?»en by the telegram to he Journal, the LoganBport public milding bill has passed the House ud now Goes to the Senate for cbn- ideration. Its fate there ean easily >e predicted, and the Journal feels af«? iu saying that Logaasport will lave a public building. Tho bill tales the cost at $50.000. There are many slips, however, and much must yet be done before actual iperations begin. The Senate inuBt aes the bill, the President mn»t igo it and then the Committee on Appropriations must appropriate he amount in their general bill. After that has all been successf nl- y gone through with the red tape of he Government prevents prompt building. Each step must be taken with much formality but no 'urther danger is incurred and _iuie will accomplish the work. The government moves cautiously and thourougblv, and no scandals attand the erection of public im- jrovernents. . A superintendent is appointed to*oversee the construction. A watchman to s;uard the fovernment property and other ne- legpary labor in constructing the building is selected. Time does not seem to be consid- ired. Thorough aod' honest work are the things most sought after. The Journal liopee to sea before fr, however, the stars and stripes loatihg over a building erected in Logansport by the United States government, which will be a visible reminder ot thp strength and stabil- ty of our republic and an honor and credit to our city. BIG FIRE AT KOKOMO. The Plate U1&H4 Worltn Muffer a SS3,- IMM> Fire Yesterday Afternoon. The plate glass works at Kokoino were nearly destroyed by flre yesterday afternoon. Intelligence of the fire received here gave only meager details and it was not learned how the fire started. The Games raged fiercely and before the fire could be extinguished the larger part of the extensive factory was in ruins. The loss is placed at $35,000. This factory is the next largest glass factory in the United States and employes several hundred men, many of whom will be temporarily thrown out of employment by the fire. The damage will no -doubt be immediately repaired. "The Great Florida Route." This is the verdict of all who have gone to Florida and the South over the Big Four route, which is tire only line running solid vestibuled trains through between Chicago. Lafayette, Indianapolis and Cincinnati, and making connections in Central Union Depot, Cincinnati, with trains of the Queen and Crescent route for the South and Southeast. Elegant dining car service on all through trains. Steaui heat, gas light and no transfers. Itepnbllcati ConventiAns. The place for holding the Republican primaries for the Second, Third and Fourth wards have been changed, owing to the fact that the rink was engaged. The Second ward wilj meet at the Council Chamber. The Third ward at A. R. Sin-over's office on Fourth street^ South of Market, and the Fonrth ' ward will meet at J. T. McNary's office, over Johnston Bros 1 , drug store. The date is the same, Thursday evening next. _ Preparations for the grand May Day Ball to be given by Charity Lodge division No. 4. G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. at the Broadway rink tomorrow evening have all been completed and the rinft will be tastefully decorated to-day and the May Pole erected. These annual balls of the Ladies Auxiliary are considered among the most delightful of the whole year and a large attendance is already assured. Yesterday in tho Mayor's court, J. K. Rollins and, John William were arraigned for public intoxication His Honor imposed the usual penalty, and in default of payment the ineri were sent back to jail, but later tuak ing'^arrangemehts with tb» conrl wer4 released. A destructive Ore at Delphi yester day morning consumed four valuabli stables, incurring a lose of $3,000 Delphi is after water works and thii flre will probably stimulate the enter prising citizens of that town to iin mediate action on the subject. The social of the Women's Relie! Corps will b'e held this (Wednesday evening, at the residence of Charlei Starr, on the West Side. The ladies will serve one of their admirable suppers from 5 to 9 o'clock. All are invited. CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered Here is now going on at HARRY FRANK'S The entire stock of Mr. S H. Kasley bought at a great sacrifice 1 will be sold- at less than 50 cents on the dollar. i Flanel Shirt* 35c. Cashmere Shirt* 35 cents. Suspenders Hie. Linen Collars 10 oenfa Unlaundred Shirts 33e. Laandred Shirts 43 cents. I'Shirts and Drawers 2-Tc. Knit Jackets 50 cents. I Jockey .Caps 25c Children's paata 88e And thousands of dollars worth of other goods. The's are wonterful bargains Unparalleled in the furni|hing Trade. Prudent buyers owe it to themselves to calf and see for themselves—We boldly and truthfully state that no Merchant can sell his goods at such figures unless procured at sitniliar circumstances—Come and be astonished HARRY FRANK, Leader of Low prices at Logansport and Delphi. 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 $3.50. Use ''Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. oo YOUR L AMP C HIM N E YS>« V~ YOITGET THE: 'WROJJCJ &$R%KE:j?ICHT -Otf ES" '••' : -' i : • Made only by GEO 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 wi'l. 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,ft Sugar Cured Hams, fresh smoked, pet Ib many dealer charge 121" „___ SSje Best Sugar Cured Shoulders, pel' Ib Hi^c Is the price tit other stores....'. fw Best Breakfast Bacon, per Ib Look at your Pass Book auji se« If you are not (.aylng 10c.. Stic Best smoked side meat, per Ib jiSe Best Urled Beef, per 10 . sfie Best Country Lard, per Ib s(5e Fancy Sorted Potatoes, perbu 38 « Anoctier quality Hotatoes. per bu 25 « A good Family Flour, per hundred $1 85 « The Best Flour, Pink Sack, under the brand ot "Snow Ball" guaranteed better than any brand of Flour mado In Logansport, per hundred.— „ - 2 It e Corn Meal. White bolted, perlb _ Hfce Fancy Golden C Sugar, per Ib 4ifrt Choice Fancy C Sugar, per Ib _ f * Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib . 61^ White, extra C Sugar, perlb ." .'" ft/a Soft A Sugar, perlb Ctye Standard A Sugar, per Ib " tlit Best Granulated Sugar, per 11> tii« Fancy Bulk Roasted Coffee, per Ib .'; .' SJ.it A]ax—Roasted Coffee, per Ib. package !H Extra Chul e Package Roasted Coffee, the Cordoba—with a Story Book enclosed—per Ib V> E L. C. Package ttoasied Coffee, per !tj 35 The Vesper Paekai.e. a • omblnatlon blennetl to make a most excellent drink, per ib.... » Mocho and Java Roasted Coffee, extraordluay toe per Ib _ 36 A Good (Jreen C'flee, per Ib _ 'A A Fancy Green Coffee, per Ib „ 2* Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee ' ..„ , SS Fancy Bananas, per doz .;,.,..;. SO Fancy Layer Flzs per Ib ".'..."'.'.'...".'. ' - ti Fancy Datee, per ib i« Oninges, per doz „. IS JTancy Lemons, per doz . „ It c Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib .'. '..'.....'.'. _ Hit/ No business ever prospered as ours for ten year* 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 McOaffrey'sU What costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here to do 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 J * were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor worth worrying about As it is who would not trade with us? McCaffrey & Co.,

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