Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 13, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 13, 1890
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OPBNIN YOU HVG respeetfully invited to attend the Opening of our New Store, Corner 4th and Market Streets this evening at 7 o'clock CHMITT & HBFFLB" REMEMBER HARRY G. TUCKER Tte Pearl Street Tailor When you purchase your spring jsuits. He guarantees a saving V every purchaser and Gives Universal Satisfaction. "CONVINCED" "Beyond a Shadow 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 canae by the scores to carry off bargains. 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 Dents on your purchases On^the corner of Market and Third Streets. ive Vision Hare your eyes examined and fitted Toy YL 1 Graduate Optieion Defect of Vision Corrected. se saiiborris fee Best Coffee Perfect Daily Journal. TUESDAY HORNING. MAY. 13. WELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sole Agent Girl wanted, 1430 Broadway. William P. Bradley of Chicago, it in the city. For weak stomach, use Kinpor beef, wine and Iron. 1 The;rlversh»vereinained)imusuallj high for this season of the year. Cashmere ombres in' new coloring and new designs, at the Bee Hive. Every day sees the foundations laid for new building improvements in Logansport. B. M. McMillen has the largest line of picture moulding in the city, anc his prices are very low. maySdit The Unifoim ifank, 0. K. of A. wiL will give one of their popular socials at the rink on too evening of June 10, 1800. Mr. Conrad Sehwerdman, the vet eraa drayman will sell his faithful old hosro in a few days and retire from business. Hood's Savsaparilla has the largest sale of any medicine before the pab- ic. Auyaoiiest drug-gist will eon- fim this statement. 7 The high novelties in dress goods and outside wraps at the Bee Hive were in big damand yesterday. The store was crowded from early morn until late-at night. Arthur, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cotner, died at their residence on the West Side, Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The funeral occurred yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Do you think enterprise should be incouraged? Has Logansport ever tiad as good a paper as the Journal is MOW? Do you know how to help make it still better. The price is fifteen cents per week. A good appetite, g-ood digestion, steady nerves, pure blood and nealthy liver, cari be had by using Osborn's System Pills. Price 25 cents. Sold by B. F. Keesling. apr24dCm By ;the new time card that went into effect on the Wa.bash road last Sunday, the meeting point of trains 41 and 44 is changed from Clymers to Brurows. Train 41 arrives at Lo- ;anspor$ six minutes earlier, and 44 four minutes later than heretofore. Nothing has been heard for some ;ime of the movement to organize a Y. M. C. A. in Logansport, The canvassing has been done, and we understand the 206 names that were necessary have been secured. Now s the time for the committee that has the matter in charge to act. Ed. Anderson, the tinner, plead ;uilty in the Circuit Court yesterday o petit larceny. He was charged vith stealing a bottle of patent med- cine and some other articles from, .eeslings drug store while doing oine tinning about the store. The r udge took his case under con*ider- tion. Ask your tieighbor how he likes he Journal. Its $4.00 to a brick- vatch that he will tell you it is the est newspaper Logansport ever ad. You get the news when it s news, i. e. when it is fresh. The ournal receives the full United Press ispatches identical with Louisville, hicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, 'oledo, Minneapolis and St. Paul. Vhat do you want for fifteen cents week. Mrs. Weible of the East End, wants distinctly understood that sbe did not celebrate her grandfather's (Ca.pt. Kessler's) death by attending the ball at the rink Tuesday evening. She says that some malicious person or persons started the story in order to injure her standing in the church, that it is entirely false, for neither she no'r her husband have attended a ball since they united with the cburcb. A SLICK KASCAX. I5d t>clhl, the Livery (Stable Mnn Ku «h ire« by the WJlj- «anie ol'u 13d Deih', the Market street livery stable mail, mourns the loss of $40 the result of a recent experience witi a slick rascal who lias probably bj this time gotten far' out of thi region. On last Wednesday a fellow by the name of Taylor, who has fo some time past been working fo Hill Bros., the building contractor s as a bricklayer, went to Deihl stable and represented that he had a horite on pasture which he wa desirous of selling, ag- it was an profitable for him to keep the ani mal, not having time to use it. H made arrangements to bring th animal into tho city on Sat urday for inspection. When the day came ' around Taylor ap appeared at the stable with th horse, which, after the usual bicker ing as to price 1 , ha sold for $40 and after lingering; around the stable fo an hour or so talking, he left, since which time he has not been seen in the city, nor is he likel to be as later developments 'bran him a very slick horse thief. Or Sunday morning the livery men o the city received a telephone mes sage from Mr. Bearss, the proprieto of a livery stable at Peru, accurate ly describing the horse which Taylqi soid and asking if such a beast hac been seen here. Mr. Deihl respond ed that he believed he had the ani mal in questiorffand Mr. Bearss came down to the city to investigate. On examination he ^-pronounced the "pasture fed'' horse to be his and stated that on Saturday morning Taylor, or a person answering his description, oauie to bis stable and hired a hovse and buggy for the day, claiming that he was an agent foi enlarged pictures and that he had a lot to deliver in the country. Ho must have driven directly to this city. It was found that he had unhitched the horse and left the buggy and harness in the East End. After making a victim of Mr. Deihl, the glick rascal departed and will proba bly not show his face in the city soon again. Mi-. Bearss took his horse and buggy back to Peru with him and Mr. Delhi is left to hold the bag-, The celebration of the first anniversary of the Epworth League occurred at the Broadway M. E. church on Sunday evening. A very interesting program of musical and responsive readings was presented besides several short addresses by tho members of the League, setting forth the history of the formation of the society, its objects, work and remarkable growth during this, tho first year of its esistanee. . This society is composed of the young people of the church aad derives its name from the old English parish of Epworth, which was the birthplace e^ great John and Charles Wesley, the founders of the Methodist church. The work of the League is divided into several departments, snch as devotional, literary, musical, Bntertamment, financial, etc. so that aach member can find work to his liking and for which he is peculiarly fitted. We believe the founders of of the Epworth League have answered the question that has been propounded so often in the last few ?ears. "What shall, be clone te interest the young people in the work of the church." Tlvose Interviews. The Pharos seeks to reflect on the short interviews in the Sunday Journal and by insinuations at- ^empts to convey the impression that ihey are riot genuine. The names of the gentlemen interviewed are given and the substance of their tateuientg reported and what is uore the conversations were all correctly reported and actually took ?lace. It is not necessary in this era of journalism to lug around a quire f blank paper and take an item ike you would a deposition. To the ive reporter a chat ia a cigar store or a few remarks 011 a street corner containing facts of interest will furnish matter for a newsy article. ?he Journal is a live paper and only needs popular support to still further niprove. Send ia your subscription. Mr. O. J. Ferguson, agent for Barnum & Bailies' great consolidated shows was in the city yesterday consulting with* the Mayor and (Jity dads with an' eyesight to having the show license lowered a notch or two rom its present figure, $10». The matter will be brought up iu the ad- ourned session of the City Council o-morrow evening. Tom Haire, one of Logausport's ormer well-known citi/.ens, is seen iehind the counter at the Glinten House at Kokomo. Tom is one of he best-known and most popular hotel clerks in Indiana. ISnker'a l,iver Oil. tsi \ CASTONET WHEELS! GIVEN AWAY With a child or Boy's Suit $2 50c and over. This is the raost amusing novelty ever placed before the Chidren of America. Before you make a purchase for yourself or boys, remember that we have opened the jaws of trade with lots of palatable bargains. Call and see the superb line • ANK, 'TO BE SURE" O. 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. What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-tor 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. poer qualities, short weights explain it" Nonsense! What folly if we'd advertise a price \ve 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 1 !. As to poor qualities and short weights-those who j know best know better. Compare on standard goods- such as neither they nor we can cheat on These for] '.nstance v |^ps f ^^s^^?T^ i «j^?sSr c .te^ - a; isss^^^ H , Best Dried Beef, per Ib Best Country Lard, perlb '.'.".".'".' -. SE Fancy Sotted Potatoes, per bu • •'— «™S Another QUiiUty Potatoes, per bu ~ : A good Family Flour, per hundred • ....'...'....".'.'".. ',1 £ f Fancy Golden C Sugar, peril)....'..."."..!""". '.' Choice Fancy C Sugar, per It .'.. Choice extra C Sugar, per ib WWts, extra C Sugar, perlb '.!.'.! '.' •' Soft A Sugar, per ft Standard A Sugar, per ib '.'.'.'..'. Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib Fancy Bulk Boosted Coffee, per Ib ',' , Aj ax—Roasted Coffee, per Ib. pacltage ".'.'".' ,. Ch F AGoodGreen coHeeTiierib:::.::..:— ' Ict '" s A Fancy Green coiree, porlb f£ Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee'. £ Fancy Bananas, per doz •• •>> J'ancy Layer 1'tgs per Ib ".. g Pivney Dates, per ib J; Oranges, per doz 2 Fancy Lemons, per doz ' * Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib ! "".V."V.!".'.'.V.'.'.V.'.V.?."",' 71 No business ever prospered as ours for ten ye with an element of fraud about it. What Mechanics Say Some Mechanics tell us they have saved f 500' the last five years by buying of *'McGaff: ey's. Wli costs them .$20 elsewhere must cost-the $11 here te t. One could soon buy a home with such a saving. Argument is folly anyway. Our prices are facts that need no comment, •eputation guarantees our weights and qualities, were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor vorrying about. As it is who would not trade with us? McCaffrey & Coj

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