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

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 8, 1890
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FOR TEN DAYS MORE On account of some special alIterations in our new room corner of Fourth and Market street, we will have to occupy our old quarters for ten days longer during which time we will sell the remaining stock at prices that will gurrantee you a Saving From 25 to 33 per cent. Be sure and call during this sale ctimitt & Heffley. LOCAL LEGISLATORS M3ct for tin) Transaction of the Clty'w ItuMlncH*—I.ecnni»i>or< AcqalreH Hare Territory. Chief Jb'arrell,of >ho Fire Oepai'tiiient, UleMigrnH and the O 1 'ire men Wivea One I>ay'N I* ewt a W» ek. NlngiiriUc Old and Sealing of tlio IVewly Klccted Cniiiicllincii. JOIN Harry G. Tucker's Suit Club. Investigate the new mode of buying a suit for f 2 00 ARRY G. TUCKER, Merchant Tailor, 32O Pearl Street. "CONVINCED" "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt' to Close stock in oft' 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 iu the house to reduce stock and wind up as soon a possible. All are Invited to carry ott a bundle, and sa,ve .Dollars and < ! onts on your purchases from, the -start when we advertised up our retail. Clothing trade, the peodle took our assertion, and came by the scores to carry FRANK, On the corner of Market and Third Streets. If you have Defective Vision s oxtuuiued and fitted by AY LOR, T Auy Graduate Optieion Delect, of Vision Corrected. SANBORN. OUR COFFEES HAVE A NATIONAL REPUTATION REPRESENTING THE FINEST CROWN. QVAY TOY9 ATVTI f* nVVW JAVA ana MOCHA. KyJCfjBLJu JBJKJa. JW JL7 \J\tJi JE X«JC« surpassing all others la ita rlohneBB oad aolicaoy of flavor. Justly called The Aristocrat!** Coffee of America. Always packed wholo roasted (unground) in a Ib, wir-Ueht tin cans. T VTUn> A skilful blending of strong, fla- f ~-*M .IP very and aromatio nlern grada contain a single Rio bean, and guaranteed to ~- at a moderate price. Always air-tigbt parchment packages. A' perfect Art Album containing 24 beautiful photographs representing Tea and Coffee culture -will b» , eent on receipt of your address. OHASK Jfc SAKBOBN, 187 BROAJ> ST., BOSTON. NBtWELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sole Agent -EgnE]^ ouVt?your"Va«t5~iB8~no"otnep coffee will, Vrt~a~nSrdOTate"l>rlceT~A"lway8 packed whole roasted <untrround), in 1 "~ -•-"-«-'• • •• • FREE. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING MAY 8. Natural gas bills are duo for May. Urn. E. T. Parker is quite ill with typhoid fever. The best of everything—our motto at the Bee Hive. Otto. A. Kraus was in Marion yesterday on business. Mr. Michael Flaherty of the West Side continues very ill. Messrs. Hand & Fogtesonp; have purchased Enyart's old stand West side. Mr. John F. Do.dds, sr. is slowly recovering from his late severe illness. Patterson, the Haberdasher, exclu five fine furnisher for men and ladles. Persons of languid habits, Kinport beef, wine and iron, will be the remedy. ^ Great rush on carpets, 50 lie w pieces it the Trade Palace. See the straw nattings. Wraps, jackets and capes, all must go, at the Trade Palace. See the ow prices. B. M. McMillen has the largest line f picture moulding in the city, and is prices are very low. uiay8d4t One hundred dozen ladies muslin icderwoar, the cheapest you ever ,\v, at the Trade Palace. We are making a reputation on our yard wide French printed chal- ics at 16 cents per yard, at the Bee rlive. Col. D. H. Chase returned last vening from a few days stay at Indi- umpolis on duty as a member of the overnor's staff. Hood's Sarsaparilla is on the Hood tide of popularity, which position it las reached by its own intrinsic, nidoubted merit. 8 Go to the Logansport Wall^ Paper !o. and save m/mey by buying your paper, mouldings and picture frames. Estimates given on rooms or jobs. Mrs. C. M. Swart, who has been visiting her sister?, Mrs. Wm Schrier and Mrs. Phebe Egber, for the past three months, left to-day for her home in Trenton, Ne6, Reverend and Mrs. J. R. Lamb are aotne from their trip east. Mr. Liiiub. :ias so far recovered from his recent IIness as to be able to take charge of his regular church work. Ladies calling to-day and to-inor- row can be accommodated with a few more of those real ostrich feather fans at $1.25, regular usual price, :).—Wiler & Wise, Bee Hive. The triUveston News speaks in a very complimentary way of the monument erected by Emmett & Co., of this city, in the Galveston Odd Fellows' cemetery. This firm is turning out some very line work. Rev. E. M. Bell, of Gettysburg, O., stopped over yesterday, and is the guest of Rev. J. R. Lamb. Rev. Bell euroute to Chicago and other CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered points west on his summer vacation. Black Windsor ties, bladk hose supporters, black dress shields, black hosiery, blank gloves, black silk underwear, and the choice black silk, silk-wool, and ail wool dress fabrics in the western market, at Wiler & Wise's ever popular Bee Hive dry good s house. John W. McLaughlin, a Marion bum who has been in this olty tor the pnst week or more was run in b > the police Sunday night for public intoxication. On bis appearance before His Honor yesterday morning he plead guilty as charged, and in default of the customary $10.50 was sent to jail for ten days. Milo Craiatuer, a local sport, was found stnitty of the same offense but good f rien Is staved his fine and he was released. The common council of the city of Logansport met in regular session lastcveriiiig, Mayor Cullen presiding and ull members present. The amended ordinance for the uniformity of sidewalks in the city from Thirteenth street to tlm Point and on Sycamore street, We. u t Side, presented by Tousley, was laid over under the rules. The ordinance for th« improvement of Seventeenth street at the old Wubash and Erie canal was taken from the table and put on its passage. In the matter of the improvement of Fifteenth street, the clerk was instructed to notify the property owners affected thereby. The Jenny Electric Light Co. was allowed a claim of $033.33 for light for April. The board of public improvement presented the petitions of Haigh and & Elliott, G^or^e Strecker and Wm. Bevari asking that certain frame buildings and sheds they had each respectively erected within the fire limit of the city under a misunderstanding, might be allowed to stand provided they make the same fire proof. The petitions were signed as well bv adjacent property owners and were allowed by the council. The Claims committee submitted claims to the amount of $2,109.00. Allowed. A special claim of $125 was allowed to Messrs. Tousley and Tomlinson for services in examining the statement of the Clerk of the Water Works Board from 1879 to the present vear. The official report of the Election Board in the recent city election was read and ordered spread on record. Treasurer's receipts were presented for lots 737, 050 and 80!) in Mt. Hope cemetery, sold to Harriet Crooks, John T Bell and Mrs. Thos. Campbell respectively. A petition for a change of grade on Broadway, east of Twenty-first streets, that the water might flow east from Twenty-first instead of west, was referred to Street Commissioner and City Civil Engineer. Chief of Fire Department P. J. Farrell tendered his resignation to take effect when his successor is named. A resolution was offered and passed accepting the plat of W. H. Johnson's East End addition as an addition to the city. This addition is bounded by Smead street on the north, Twenty-second on the east, Wright on the South and Twenty- first on the west. A similar resolution was passed accepting W. A. Osmer's addition, between Nineteenth and Twentieth and Wright and Usher streets as an addition to the city. A resolution was offered and passed allowing the members of *the fire department one day off duty each week. The proprietors of the rink property submitted a proposition to the Council which was referred for future consideration. This proposition offers to lease the ground on which the rink stands, for $100 per year for a period of five years. The Pan Handle Company was instructed to clean their culvert at Oak street, also at tile alley between Fourth and Fifth streets. The gutter on Broadway, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, was ordered relaid, and a resolution for the improvement of Garden street was presented. The incoming Councilman with the exception of Boyer, were present and were introduced by tbeir predecessors to the Council. Gleitz, of the First, Berry, of the Second, and Wade of the Third, each responding in a few words of acknowledgement^ Mr. Tomlinson, of the Fourth, upon retiring made an address to his con- frers in which he briefly reviewed his work during the past sixteen years in the council and at the close was cheered by all. Palmer offered a resolution of thanks and respect to the retiring members, Messri. Holbruner, Shaeffer, Hanson and Touilinsou. Adjourned till next Wednesday evening. nere 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. Flanel Shirts 25c. C'asgirnere Shirt* 85 cents. Suspenders loo. Linen Collars 10 cent: Unlaundred Shirts 33c. Laandred Shirts 43 cents. Shirts and Drawers 25c. Knit Jacketi 50 cents. Jockey Caps 2oc Children's pantsjBI* 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. Mesdames E. H. Briggs and J. A. Larsb, of Remington; George B. Chamberlain and W. L. Gilkey, of Lafayette; S. A. Argenbright and Fred Matzdorf of Fort Wayne, L. B. Sims, of Delphi, and C. B. Stephenson of South Bend, were among the pnests registered at the Murdock yesterday. Insure USE BilLEH'3 FORK COO LlTKK Oil 01 muuoH. TIM .old mutts bnad. .ill 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 f 3.50. Use -'Peerless" arid "Boston Brown" Bread, ARE CALLED AND ARE PITTSBURGH, PA.. 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 Sett Sugar Cured Hams, fresh smoked, per Ib many duller charge 12l<> »ite Best Sugar Cured Shoulders, per Hi 8^>c Is the price at other stores ., fti|e Best Breakfast Bacon, per Ib Look at your Pass Book and see If you are not paring lOo.. »vic Best smoked side meat, p«r Ib 7li« Best Dried Beef, per Ib „ Sjc Best Country Lard, perlb Sftt Kancy Sotted Potatoes, per bu S6 « Anotber quality Potatoes, per bu 2i « A good Family Flour, per hundred $1 85 • The Best Flour, Pink Sack, under the brand of "Snow Ball" guaranteed belter than any t<ran;l of Flour made in Logansport, per hundred - 2 It * Corn Meal. White bolted, perlb „ Hj« Fancy Golden C Siuor, per Ib *tse Choice Fancy C Sugar, perlb 5 Ciioice extra C Sugar, per Ib White, extra C Sugar, per 11) Soft A Sugar, perlb Standard A Sugar, per Ib Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib Fancy Bulk Roasted CoiTee, per Ib 22 « Ajax—Roasted Coffee, per Ib. package H e Extra Choi e Package Boasted Coffee, the Cordoba—with si Story Book enclosed—per Ib 25 « E. L, C. Package Koasied CoHee. perlb 26 c The VesperPacka e. a tomblnatlon blended to make a most excellent drink, per Ib.... 2i c' Mocho and Java Roasted Coffee, extraordiuay line per Ib 35 « A Good Green C flee, per Ib '. : „ 'A. li A Fancy Green Coffee, per Ib .........* 23 c: Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee :....: 86 «: Fancy Bananas, per doz : a» « Fancy Layer Figs per Ib is e Fancy Dates, per Ib 18 « Oranges, per doz _ 16 • Fancy Lemons, per doz K «. Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib. I 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 McOaif ey's. What costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here to do it. One could soon b\\j 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 & Cot,

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