Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 7, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 7, 1890
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On account of some special Alterations in our new room corner of Fourth and Market street, we Trill have to occupy our old quarters for ten clays longer during which time we will sell the remaining stock at prices that will gurrantee you a From 25 to 33 per cent. Be'sure and call during this sale THE ELECTION. Tlic Political Complexion of Council H! ehaiifted. Four Wcmorruts ni«l On«- Ktpnblican 3l!i.3orUie.K: ~2 nml T CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered on at here is now going JOIN arry G. Tucker's Suit Club. Investigate the new mode of buying a suit for $2.00 RRY G. TUCKER, Merchant Tailor, 32O Pearl Street. ED" Beyond a of a Doubt' Right from.the start 'when we advertised to Close up-our retail Clothing trade, the peodle 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 off a bundle, and save Dollars and (.louts on your purchases Daily Journal WEDNESDAY MORNING WAY. 7. VICTORY FOR THE "JORYS." Tbe Town Election at Kojal Center Curried by tJtr Citterns Against tlio Saloons. Tbe town election at Royal Center on Monday excited more attention than any election previously held there. As an outcome of tbe protest made by numerous citizens of that town before tbe County Commissioners some weeks ago at which time the Commissioners •were prayed to uot grant Hcenso to tlie two saloon keepers of the village, and which later resulted in a "citizens" or temperance ticket being put in the field at the recent township election. Th« town election on Monday hinged on the same issue— wet or dry. The drys set up a strong ticket and carried every man. Politics cut no figure. It was a question of citizens rule vs. saloon rule, and the citizens camelout victorious and are -wearing flying colors. It is said that there was never a hotter or more closely contested election in Royal Center, and the "drys" feel that their vic- torysis a signal one. Following , is the successful ticket: '•• Marshall — Simon Grant. Treasurer— Frank Wooley. Clerk — John Clark. Trustees — Dr. ,T. J. lasac Grant. The election yes-terrlay resulted in no change in tils' poli'ical complexion of the Council. The Republicans eleut one nu'inber and the Democrats four, each [lurty electing members of the HIIUIH polities as that. of the retiring OIIHH. This result, while not in line with the wishes of the Republicans as a party, is the natural outcome ol Democratic majorities'. As a whole the vote is flatti-riiiK to the Republicans. In the First ward, Mr. J. O. Hudley matl« a. gallant fi;;ht,__aml was defeated by eight majority in a ward that is 150 Democratic. His defeat was accomplished by the diligent circulation of the report that Kilborn and Mint-horn and probably Whitmore were to be elected and the council would be Republican. The uncertainty in the various wards gave color of probability to this and Mr. Hndley lost many votes. Mr. Gleitz is also reported to have given a written pledge Monday afternoon to vote tor a !>2.~)0 license, and that report brought some of the dissatisfied into line. In the Second Ward which is fifty or sixty Democratic Mr. Kilborn made the mistake of running on a high license pl-itform and electioneering the low license men. He received no low license vote aud« lost some high license support thereby. In the Fourth ward Mr. Bowvcr received the usual majority given to candidates for the council from that ward. In the Fifth ward many Republican? withstood the^teiiiptation to put in a Republican and voted for Mr. Tousley. Their adherence to their principles in the face of this.feuipta- tion should have been met byt a similar Democratic vote in the\ First ward and would have been but for other considerations'. The temptation was certainly a great one since 110 man could say anything against Mr. Whitmore. Mr. Austin received the vote of both parties and of course was elected. The following is the vote: FIRST WARD. Hadley. North 136 South lfc ° Toliils 3'21 Gleitz' majority. 8. SECOND 'WARD. Kilborn. North <H South 122 HARRY FRANK'S The entire stock of MJ.V S H. Kasley bought at a great sacrifice will be sold at less than 50 cents on the dollar. Flanel Shirts 35c. Oassiuiere Shirt t 35 cents. Suspenders 15c. Linen Collars 1C oenu Unlaundred Shirts 38c. Lanndred Shirts 43 cents. Shirts and Drawers 25c. Knit Jacket • CO cents. Jockey Caps 35c Children's Burton and On the corner of Market and Third Streets. Gleitz. 145 134 323 Berry, 102 142 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 be as- procured at similiar circumstances — Come and tonished 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. Vlcal tickets of 21 meals only |3.50. Use "Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. " your eyes examined and fitted by Y _JSL_ Graduate Optieion .Any Defect of Vision Corrected. C HASH &• S A N B O R N. OUR COFFEES HAVE A NATIONAL REPUTATION REPRESENTJHC THE FINEST CROWN. JAVA and MOCHA, in its richness and delicacy of'flavor, air-tlgat tin cans- surpassing all others f ad The Aristocratic* Always packed whole roasted (unground) in 2 Ib. Justly called The Arls A skilful Wending 1 of strong, fla- __ vory and aromatic high grado Warranted not to contain a single Bio bean, and guaranteed to taste as no other coffee •will, at a moderate price. Always • - " .....,_ alright parchment packages. coffees. salt your taste as no other-coffee • TO packed whole roasted (unecrotrad), in 1 .CHASE A perfect Art Album containing 24 beautiful photographs representing Tea and Coffee culture will toe , sent on receipt of your address. ~, & SAXHORN, 187 BROAD ST., BOSTON. WELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sole Agent, Julius Pontp, the section boss at Anoka, was in the city yesterday. It will be remembered that Mr. Ponto's four-year-old son was very seriously burned by falling into a burning brush pile about a mouth ago, from the effects of which the child is now slowly recovering after a hard struggle for life. Since the boy has bec'ome sufficiently strong- to talk of the harrowing accident, he says that instead of falling he was pushed into the fire by a simple minded neighbor boy who with, several companions was playing about the burning pile. This boy is about seventeen years of age and is said by the people about that place to be a dangerous boy in the community, that he has oil several occasions made insane attacks on children in the village and is not fully accountable for his acts. The little Ponto boy was so badly burned about tbe body and arms that ths skin came off in many places, and on one of his arms the burn was so deep that tbe bone was exposed. The child's endurance through this affliction has been something remarkable. Fortunately his face escaped the flames and will not be disfigured. Arrested for Petit Larceny. For some days pas,t an itinerant tinner, giving his name has Ed. Anderson, has found employment -with Mr. Nicholas Smith, the tinner. On Monday the fellow was set to work on the new tin roof over Keesling's drug-etore. As Anderson was walking: up the street in the evening, he passed Marshal Dean and Officer Scott, who were attracted by something which the fellow was evidently trying to conceal beneath his coat. The officers took Anderson in on suspicion and in his possession was found a bottle of patent medicine and a bundle of small silk banners. It appears that the tinner passed down through the roof into the room below which was at one time a lodge room for a secret society and finding these banners which belonged to the society, nabbed them as well as the bottle of medicine which with a quantity of other goods Mr. Keesling had stored in .the room. Anderson -will be held to'await the action of the Grand Jury. • Totals 185 Berry's majority, 118. •mini) WARD. Mlnthoru. North 102 South "5 S04 Wade. ISli 93 Totals Wade's majority, 72. FOURTH WAKI). ..157 North Soulb Boyer. 125 123 Immel. 101 67 101 Totals 2! Boyer's majority, 77. FIFTH WAK». Whitmore. Tousley North 11? 380 South 1*> 204 What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-far 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 hope you'd come and buy at. We had better close doors than to refuse to sell at what we say we wi 1 !. As to poor qualities and short weights-those know best know better. Compare on standard goods-^ such as neither they nor we can cheat on. These for|3 instance Beft Suprar Cured Hams, Icesli smoked, pur Ib many dealer charge 12V» _ Best Sugar Cured Shoulders, per ID Byoc Is the price at other stores Best Breakfast Bacon, per Ib Look at your Pass Book and see tf you are not paying 10e.. » J • g • *' •* • Deroratio > l»sy. The (_T. A. R. extends an. invitation to all organizations of the city to join with them in the observance of Decoration Day. The following committees are announced: On marking; graves—Willis Graham, Dr. a Laudis, D. B. McConnell. On ioe -water—Jamps Chidister, O. B. Sargent, D. H. Mull On carriages—S. B. Boyer, Chas. Barron. John G. Meek. On printing—John T. Powell, C. E. Hale, L. H. Burns. On flowers—The Womans 1 Relief Corps. Orator—W. T. Wilson. On Program—D H. Chase. John C. Nelson, M. M. Gordon. W. T. Giffe. On Music—H. C Cushman, J. E. Grain. I. N. Watkina. On Invitation—Rodney Strain, J. E. Parker. J. B. Winters. On Stands—John Me Johnson, John Eiisfield, D. H. Mull, G-. H. Harris. "A stitch in time saves nine," and if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla now it may save months of future possible sickness. _ 2 Raker's Pure Cod Ijlver Oil. (,tnown<mr<W y«irs.) Also BAIBK'B Ktrm.- SION for Throat and LUB« Trouble*. AH gliU. ' Best smoked side meat, r^r Ib Best Dried Beef, per Ib Best Country Lard, per Ib Fancy Sorted Potatoes, per bu ^notber quality Potatoes, per bu A Eootl Family Flour, per hundred Tue Best Flour. Pink Sack, under the brand ot "Snow Ball" guaranteed belter than anv iiranil of Flour made in Logansport, per bundled - - » W Com Bteal, White bolted, per Ib Fancy Golden C Suuar, per Ib Choice fancy C Sugar, perlb Choice extra C Sugar, iwr Ib... White, extra C Sugar, per Ib... Soft A. Sugar, perlb Standard A Sugar, per Ib Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib Fancy Bulk Boasted Coilee. per Ib Ajax—Roasted Coffee, per Ib. package Extra Choi e Package Roasted Coffee, the Cordoba—with a Story Book enclosed—per Ib E. L. C. Package Uoasted Coffee, per 11) - - The Vesper Packa e. a i omulnalton blemled to make a most excellent drink, per Ib... Mocho and Java Roasted Coltee. extraordinay line per Ib A Sood Green Coffee, per Ib A Kancy Green Coffee, per Ib Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee Fancy Bananas, per doz Fancy Layer FlRS per Ib Fancy Dates, per Ib Oranges, per doz Fancy Lemons, per doz Fancy Jllnce Meat, per Ib •'. No business ever prospered as ours for tea with an element of fraud about it. „ What Mechanics Say Some Mechanics tell us they have saved $500 i«l the last five years by buying of McGaff ey's. costs them $20 elsewhere irmst cost the $11 here it it. One could soon buy a home with such a saving. Argument is folly anyway. Our prices are facts that need no comment reputation guarantees our weights and qualities. 1 were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor wer* worrying about. As it is who would not trade with us? McCaffrey & Co

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