Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 14, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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OPENING v ou are respectfully invited to attend the Opening of our New Store, Corner 4th arid Market Streets this evening at o'clock CHMITT & HEFFLEY THE GOIJOEN BULB. Enthnaiasttv Crowdn of E>adU>H and O t iitlcnieik Sprm! tlie at the <;»l<U'n Rule. REMEMBER Y G. TUCKER, The Pearl Street Tailor When you purcun.se your spring Jsuits. He guarantees a saving to every purchaser ajrid Gives Universal Satisfaction. MUST UNLOAD! We must Reduce Stock /• for this Week. Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY. 14. !(X) Pairs of Pants, cheap at $1 25, go at 50 c Balbriggan Undershirt, cheap at 50c. go at 35 c Balbrig-gau Undershirt, cheap at 25c. go at 13 c Brown Drilling Drawers, cheap at SOc. go at 25 c Bleached Drilling Drawers, cheap at SOc. go at 25 c Doraet Flanael Shirts, cheap at,We. go at 26 c Boys' Flannel Shirts, cheap at SOc. go at 25 c .Boys' Flannel Waists, cheap at fiOe. goat 25 c Boys'Shirt Waists, cheap at 25c. goat 13 fi Handsome Silk Scarfs, cheap at 35c. g-o at 20 c Handsome Silk Scarfs, cheap at S5c. goat 13 ? French Salbriggan Hose, cheap at 25c. go at 8 c Fancy Striped Hose, cheap at lOc. j?o at 5 c Mixed Hose, cheap at lOc. go at 5 e Mixed Hose, extra good value, cheap at' I2o. go at '.., i; c FRANK, On the corner of Market and Third Streets. you have Defective Vision Have your eyes examined and fitted by J D. TAYLOR, Graduate Optieion Any Defect of Vision Corrected. ase Sanborns French flannels for blouses, at the Bee Hive. * P. 3. IJarrell was a passenger to Chicago yesterday. The Bee Hive for choice novelties in ladies neckwear. The best of everything in ladies wear, at the Bee Hive. Coine to-day and inspect our beautiful stock.—Sohmitt & Heffley. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stukey are visiting friends hi Charleston, 111. The Hart building, on Pearl street, ie receiving a much needed coat of paint. The Carlton club will give a dance at the G. A. R. hall on the evening of May 22. ! Miss Mattie Murray, of Chicago, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Doolittle, of the East End. Bach fluid ounce of Kinport, beef, wine and iron, contains two ounces of fresh lean beef. 3 Great drives in fancy and trimming 1 silks, at the Trade 7 :> alace dry goods and carpet house. The lone expected and prayed-for street crossings on Twelfth street were put in yesterday. Mrs. Dick Barcus and children have returned from a few weeks visit with friends at Bluffton, Ind. E. S. McCliire, proprietor of the famous "Tacouia" restaurant, Chicago, was in the city yesterday. We will be pleased to see our friends and customers at the corner of Pou rth and Market, at the Golden Rule. If you read Martin Frank's tidve- tisement and do no attend his special sale this week, you are anything but a prudent buyer. d-w Mr. Alvah Henry, who has been. making an extended visit to friends in Noble township, has returned to his home in California. "That tired feeling" is entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives a feeling of buoyancy and strength to the whole system. 8 Remember, it is only at the Bee Hive where you can get these choice French printed ch allies at 15 cents per yard. Come and see them. A good appetite, good digestion, steady nerves, pure blood and healthy liver, can be had by using Osborn's Syatem Pills. Price 85 cents. Sold by B. P. Keesling. apr24d6m B. M. McMillen does the best work on picture frames of any one in the city, his, work is not equalled by any other. Give him a call and see. Prices the lowest, 307 Market street, Lafayette Journal: Will K. Small, late wllth the Logansport Journal, has taken a position on the Journal roportorial staff and will devote himself to day news items. He is a talented, courteous young gentleman and will soon win friends. Lafayette Courier: Post F. Traveling Men's Association, of Logansport, has elected the following It itrmony—It r nul v — Taste. The drizzling rain last night did not prevent a tin-on^ of people from attending the opening of Scbmitt & Hediey's beautiful new store in the Hiuimelberger block, corner of Market and Fourth. At seven o'clock the K. of P. band opened a delightful concert, alternating with the sweet music of the Mandolin club within. The assembly which had been patiently pressing their noses against the show windows poured in as the cloors were opened. The long handsome apartment was a scene of beauty. On entering a fine display of fans of beautiful designs occupied one side, while the opposite counter was loaded with rich silks, artistically displayed. Farther on the linen display held the eye of the admiring housewives who looked longingly at the dainty dreams in napiery. The rich glossy damask, fringed, hemstitched, tinted in Dale buffs, pinks and blues, doylies, tea-cloths, napkins, towels, tray-cloths, buffet- covers made a most tempting display. Beyond the.°e were art-squares, velvet, chenille, and tapestry drapes and scarfs of many kinds. White goods and summer dress goods in great variety, novelties whose came even was unknown, but all beautiful as summer itself were there in abundance. But it was up-stairs that the genius of the firm had given itself full sway. The display was so complete and so artistic that compliments were showered on all hands. The most prominent articles were the handsome curtains of fine lace, over-draped with handsome velvet ones in various colors and designs. The numerous pair of these were surrounded all evening by admiring ladies.'^^vo tables were handsomely covered with sets of hemstiched table linen. Around the walls were hung most stylish garments—traveling ; clpaks of new design, suvah dust-clbaks, capes, .jackets, fichus, wraps of every color, s^mpe and design. The ceiling was covered with handsome shawls,many of them "the warp and woof of Eastern looms. 1 ' The new spring parasols attracted mnoh attention. The lace sets for beds, the handsome California blankets f the novelties in children's hoods and cloaks—everything seemed selected with good taste, and was amply admired. The entire force of the Ofolden Rnle, Mr. Fred Beggle- man, Mr. Jacob Cook, Mr. Ed. Bea- iner, Miss Mull, Miss Hoffman, Miss Murphy, Miss Smith, as well as the proprietors, were in gala attire and took great pleasure in showing their guests about. Schmitt & HefHey are to be congratulated on the success of their business after seven years of work. "The Golden Rule" is a good rule to go by, and it is by following it that these gentlemen have reached their present successful location. CASTONET WHEELSI GIVEN AWAY With a child or Boy's Suit f 2 50c and over. This is the most amusing novelty ever placed before the Ohidren 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 HARRY FRANK, "TO BE SURE" C. E. KILBORNE'S BAKERY AND RESTAURANT, 317 Market Street Is the best place in the city for board, by the meal week. , Meal tickets of 21 meals only $3.50. Use "Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. or Best Coffee erfectionofstreitgtK&flayor aranteed WELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sole delegates to the State convention t» be held in this city: P. A. Dykeman, Charles Ringleben, John; B. Wilkins and F. H. Tuck; alternates, Burt Ross, John Burrow, John Alber and J. T. Elliott. The entire Post will be down to attend, accompanied by a Logansport band. Ask your neighbor how he likes the Journal. Its $4.00 to a brick- watch that he will tell you it is the best newspaper Logansport ever had. You get the news when it is news, i. e. when it is fresh. The Journal receives the full United Press dispatches ; identical with Louisville. Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, ^Toledo, Minneapolis and St. Paul. What do yon want for fifty cents a month. An Important Mission. Rev. Dr, Putnam, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, departed yesterday for Saratoga, New York, as delegate of the Logansport Presbytery to the general Assembly of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Daniel Green,one of the elders of the elders of the First Presbyterian ehurch, at South Bend, is the lay delegate of this Presbytery. This assembly, which will continue two weeks, will bo one of the most important ones for the ehurch ever held in fchis country as it will reach a decision of the Westminster confession of faith, or in fact make the revision. This is a question which, as is well known, has occupied tho attention of the Presbyterians almost exclusive of other doctrinal points for more than a year past, and the action of the present General Assembly is awaited with great interest by all persons in all civilized countries. Dr. Putnam is the cominitteeman, or head of the committee, on revision in the Presbytery and no better delegate to the Assembly conld have been selected. His absence in the pulpit on the two ensuing Sundays will be filled by ministers not known as yet. What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-for we can't make those! prices, we cannot buy at some of them. MeCatfretfst will not sell at what they claim to-or, if they do, poor If 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 who! know best know better. Compare on standard o- 0 ods- such as neither they nor we can instance cheat on. These for! _ meat, pe] Best Dried Beet, per 16..* Best Country Lard, perlb Fancy Sorted Potatoes, per bu.....'..' Another quality Potatoes, per bu $,£o°<* family Flour, per hundred'.'.. Fancy Golden C Sugar, per Ib Choice Fancy C Sugar, per Ib... Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib,... White, extra C Sugar, per Ib... Soft A Sugar, per Ib Standard A Sugar, per ib Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib'...., taticy Bulk Boosted Coffee, per Ib . . ....... Ajax— Roasted Coffee, per Ib. package ....... .'.'. A large number of ^ competitors for the prize s offered by the Journal to the two persons guessing nearest the number of inhabitants Logansport shall be shown to have by the report of the census enumerators, have sent in their guesses, but several have failed to enclose their guesses on the Journal coupon. In order to compete for the prizes the Journal coupon must be used. No other guesses will be recorded. The ladies of the Episcopal chureu ....... .... ten ve serve supper in the basement of the church next Thursday evening, f rom 5 to 7:30. All are invited. tirc Against Pneumonia. A I'nncy Green Coffee, perlb.. . • Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.', Fancy Bananas, per doz Fancy Layer Klgs per Ib Fancy Dates, per ib Oranges, per doz Fancy Lemona, per doz . ' • •• Fancy Mlnca Meat, per Ib .'.'.'.'.'.I!'.',".'.""".' 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 the last five years by buying of McGaff.ey's. W" costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 her&vto 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. If' were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor^ worrying about ; * As it is who would not trade > with us? McCaffrey & Coj

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