Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET. LIGHTEST, BRIGHTEST, AND CLEANEST BOOM' The Newest, Finest and Largest Stock, AT THE GOLDEN RULE. Come and See us in Our New Quarters. SCHMITT & HEFFLBY. PLAIT'BALL. Harry Smith Hnecccda In MI» Kfl'orln to Organize n ('Inlt In The Club II«:«lr<l li.v *troujj Flnuuciul ICucktnK n»<l Will bo a "Go." CASTONET WHEEL! REMEMBER HARRY G. TUCKER, ' TJie Pearl Street Tailor Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MAT. Ifl. When yon purohase your spring {suits. He guarantees a saving to every purchaser and t Gives Universal Satisfaction. WE MUST UNLOADI We must Reduce Stock Special for this Week tOO Pairs of Pants, cheap at $1 85, go at 50 e Balbriggan tTnderahirt, cheap at 50e. go at 35 e Balbriggan Undershirt, cheap at 36c. go at. 13 c Brown Drilling Drawers, cheap at GOo. go at 1 35 c Bleached Drilling Drawers, cheap at 50c. goat 25 c Domet Flannel Shirts, cheap at 56c. go at 25 c Boys' Flannel Shirts, cheap at 50c. go at 25 c Boys'Flannel Waists, cheap at 50c. go at 25 c Boys'Shirt Waists, cheap at Soc. go at 13 c Handsome Silk Scarfs, cheap at S5c. go at 30 c Handsome Silk Scarfs, cheap at 25c. goat 1.3 <•• French Salbriggan Hose, cheap at Soc. go at 8 c Fancy Striped Hose, cheap at lOc. go at 5 c Mixed Hose, cheap at lOc. goat 5 c Mixed Hose, extra good value, cheap at 12o. goat. r> c FRANK, On the corner of Market and Third Streets. If you have Defective Vision Have your eyes examined and fitted by J D. TAYLOR, .. Graduate Optieion of Vision Corrected. This Iron needs no grinding, Tei rltory (or sale. 6ood» tumlshed at cost, Call ot Myers Hotel, or address Barry & Condron 248 Illinois st. Chicago, 111. Coffee Best Coffee growniathe\Vbrld PerfectioxLofstreiigtli&flavor Guaranteed absolutely pure WELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sole Agent To Mr. and Mrs. David King, of the East End, a son. Only the bestjartieles used in Kint port beef, wine and iron. 5 Our French satines reduced to 25 cents per yard, at the Bee Hive. For Rent—A furnished or tmfurn- - rsh«d front room, 1002 Broadway. 8 Tom Garrigan returned yesterday from a week's visit at Cleveland,,O. Fine French chantilly and Spanish black silk lace scarfs, at tho B«e Hive. Got a school sait for your boy, only 69 ' cents.—Lion Clothing House. itio Miss Anna Lott, of Galveston, is the guest of Mrs. Jameson of east High street. Get a ticket on the sewing machine at the Lion Clothing House. Given away July 4th. lt!6 Lafayette Journal: Chas. Ringleben, of Logansport, is the guest of Judge I/aKue for a few days. Mr. Terrence MeGovern went to Kokomo last evening on receipt of intelligence of the serious illness of hie aged mother. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses curative powers exclusively its own, and. which make it "peculiar to itself. 1 ' Be sure to gat Hood. 10 Koechlin freres best French sa- tines will be offered from this day at 25 cents per yard, former price 35 eents.—Wiler & Wise, Bee Hive. A good appetite, good digestion, steady nerves, pure blood and healthy liver, can be had by using Osborn's System Pills. Price 25 cents, Soid by B. F. Keesling. apr34dGm There is no shoe concern that handles finer goods than our leading dealer, Mr. Otto Krang. A commercial traveler reported a finer line at the. above place than any store in twenty States. His attention was attracted by the boys' patent leather in outside display, which induced a visit to the department. Robert S. Graham, a Pan Handle brakeinan of this city, was united in marriage to Miss Cora G. Hancock, • Francisville, on Wednesday evening, at 5 o'loook, Rev. ,1. N. Harmon; of Monon, officiating. Mr. Graham has fitted up a neat home at 1426 Smead street and the newly wedded couple will go to housekeep- 'ng to-day. The best wishes of all their friends are with them. Ion are especially requested to make your arrangements to take supper with the Ladies Gleaners Society of the Wheatland Street M. E. hurch next Monday evening in the 3agenbuek block. They will do ;heir best to cater to the inner man. Supper -will commence at 6 o'clock. Strawberries, ice cream, cake, etc., will be served during the evening. All are cordially invited. Harry T. Smith, the base ball organizer, who is here working up a lub for this city, picked up a "phenomenon" in the shape of a big raw boned Irishman named Gayle, a coal miner at New HanoveVflU., a few weeks ago and signed him by special ontraot to the Lafayette club, which was organized by .'Smith. A ew days ago Lafayette played Ko- somo, Gayles pitching in his team. The Kokomo players failed utterly hit the left handed thrower's Harry T. Smith, the hustling base ball organizer, who has been in the city for several days past working up a proper interest in the matter of the organization of a ball club in Logansport, concluded his work in that direction last evening by the organization of a club, composed of men who will see to it that the thing is a. "go." The followiug officers were elected: President—Eugene Prager. Secretary—A. L. Anderson. Treasurer—P. W. Moore. Direeuu-s—Robt. Ray, H. C. Grrof- meycr, Murtiu Bligh, Chas. Polk, T. W. Nichols. Mr. Siuith has his material in hand for a strong teau>, and will sign players to give Logansport one of the best teams in the State Healey, of West Virginia, will be one of the pitchers. He is said to be a wonderful left handed pitcher, and Mr. Smith is in great luck to pick him up. By the way, the team will have two left handed pitcheis. The club expects to open the season here -with a game nest Thursday with the Lafayette ciub. Mr. Smith ig organizing the Indiana-Illinois base ball league, and clubs are being formed at La fayette, Danville, Champaign, Springfield. Blufiton and Clinton as well as at Logansport. BOILER MAKERS. The National Rrotherhoafl n»mvrm a annpert Ha*. Th« National Brotherhood »f Boiler-makers adjourned at Birmingham, Ala., aftar alectirm the following officers: Jeremiah McCarty, of Indianapolis, Ind., Grand President; J. T. Mountoastle, of Richmond, Va., Grand Vica President; Pat McGilien, Atlanta, Ga., Grand Secretary; William McDonald, Grand Treasurer; A. E. Baccagolyn, of Atlanta; C. P. Patrick, of Palatka, Fla.: Richard Floyd, of Logansport, Ind.; Ed O'Brien, of Memphis, and W. H. Murdock, of Richmond, a Board of Councilman. Indianapolis, Ind., was selected as the place of meeting for a national convention on May 112, 1893. "The performance of Ramadge's Standard Theatre company last night was witnessed by the usual large crowd which has greeted this excellent company during the week, The company is well made up and has given excellent satisfaction here. The distribution of valuable gifts each evenit-g is a feature that attracts. On Saturday night a cow will be given away. To-night "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" will be the GIVEN AWAY With a child or Boy's Suit -f 2 50c and over. This is the most amusing novelty ever placed before the Chidren of America. Before you make a purchase' for yourself or boys, remember that \ve have opened th« jaws of trade with lots of palatable bargains. CaU 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 or week. Meal tickets of 21 meals only $3.50. Use "Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread, play. Saturday matinee, prices 10 and 20 cents. Popular anev twisters, and recognizing so ood a man in him, offered an ad- ance of $200 for his services with heir club. Lafayette accepted and -rayles was sold to Kokomo, notwithstanding Smith> contract with him. Mr. Smith will hold Gayles to his contract, as lie has other work cut out for him itita playing -with the Kokomo team*. McCaffrey's men at both stores now greet their customers in long, white clean linen aprons. The boys can.now wear their Sunday, clothes every day without getting them spoiled. This is a good innovation and increases the appetites of customers even to look at them. On Saturdays the appearance of the smiling clerks will be heightened by the addition of white caps and boquets. ^ A little blaze in Sam Patterson's show window Wednesday evening about eight o'clock caused a little ripple of excitement on the corner ot Fourth and Broadway. A burning gas jet communicated with soiue shirts hanging in the window, and for a while a damaging fire appeared imininent,but prompt measures soon extinguished the blaze. The loss was probably $20. Chosen Kri nds. A grand festival will be given by Coss Council No. 42, Order of Chosen Friends, at the rink, Thursday evening, May 23d. Ice cream strawberries and cake will be served, and the Mascotte band will discourse some of their best selections. The public is cordially invited to attend. dto22 John Ni chols, the colored barber •who gave Canstable Murphy such a hot chase Wednesday evening, is still at Jorge, and the clutches of the Jaw will probably not soon be placed upon him, as at the rate of speed he had acquired oa jumping the city limits the other evening has carried him out of the country by this time. What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-for we can't make those prices, we cannot buy at some of them. McCaffrey 1 ! i will not sell at what they claim to-or, if they do, poor j nil nlTf.llii aiir\i»+ nr£»i/vK-f o *-iv».l«^«l4.>J : qualities, short weights explain it' ; Nonsense! What folly if we'd advertise a price we did not ottrj hope you'd come and buy at. We had better close doors than to refuse to sell at what we say we wi'l. As to poor qualities and short weigbts-those wh« know best know better. Compare on standard goods- such as neither they nor we can cheat on. These for instance The Vandalia was putting in a "Y" yesterday at tna crossing of the -C. & G. T. Railway, the Park County Ceal Company having made a contract with the C. & G. T. Railway for a large portion of the fuel used by that company makes it necessary to have the "V connection by the S8th. Won't Kxperimemt with the Throat And LUBCT Use only the old brand-BA»B'» Fm» COD Lim On. or Bum's BWLMOM All Best smoked slde-m-eat'p P rib"° k ** '"" PMS B °° k ""• 56e U f0{i "« not p'SSiSm: Best Dried Beef, per Ib '.!.'."!!'""".' — BestCountry Lard, per Ib " ' ~ Fancy Sorted Potatoes, per on '.. .;'-„ Anotber'quallty Potatoes, per ba v - 5! A sood Family Flour, per hundred....'..'.'!.'.'.'.;.'.;.'.'."""' '. «, « ! Fancy Golden C Suicar, perlb '... " ~ Sjf Choice Fancy C Sugar, perlb " J*. Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib >u! White, extraCSugar, perlb ".' —- 9: Sott A Sugar, perlb * " — Z Standard A Sugar, per Ib _ sS Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib. " •-.•-•.•.—:-— . gg Fancy BnDc Boasted Coffee, per Ib....'.'.".".'"".' ' — J^ Ajax—Boasted Coffee, per Ib. package " 2 ^gg£SftSS£F88g&,$» coasssHiS-ii ~ttJ^&ssx=$rs » Sffinffifet^tt^ » A Good Greea Coffee, perlb «»™.>u _ « A Kancy Green Coffee, per Ib ' ."" ' - - « Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee „.. - 2 Fancy Bananas, per doz :•- £ Fancy Layer Figs per Ib - S Fancy Dates, per Ib {£ Oranges, per doz Z Fancy Lemons, put doz . - 5 Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib '•^"'""'"^^"'^""""^"""''"1 " II 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 506 the last five years by buying of McCaffrey's. W" costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here tt 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' 1 ' were not so McCafirey would not be a competitor worrying about. As it is who would not trade with us? McCaffrey & Coj

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