Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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M \r B R Come This Week AND MARKET, for new Plain and Fancy Silk grenadines, China, India and Ponee 'Silks. New Parasols, Silk Umbrellas, Silk. Lace Flouncings, Fish Net and Lace Drapery Net THE FINEST LINE OF LACE Velvet and Olieuile curtains recently purchased in New York. Visit Our New Place The Finest Dry Goods Store iu the city—The Golden Rule. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY. REMEMBER HARRY G. TUCKER, The Pearl Street Tailor "When yon purchase ycrur spring {suits. He guarantees a saving to every purchaser and Gives Universal Satisfaction. WE MUST UNLOAD! We must Reduce Stock Special for this Week. 100 Pairs of Panta, cheap at §1 J5, go at 50 e Ealbriggaa Undershirt, cheap at 50o. go at.. 33 c Balbriggan Undershirt, cheap at 25c. go at 13 c Brown Drilling Drawers, cheap at 50c. go at ._, 25 c Bleached Drilling Drawers, cheap at 50c. goat 25 c Domet Flannel Shirts, cheap at 56c. go at 3-5 c Boys'Flannel Shirts, cheap at 50c. goat 25 c Boys' Fjannel.Waists, cheap at SOc. goat „., 25 c Boys'Shirt Waists, cheap at, 25c. goat 13 c Handsome Silk Scarfs, cheap at 35c. go at , 20 c Handsome Silk Searf?, cheap at 25e. goat 13 c French Salbriggan Hose, cheap at 25c, go at. 8 o Fancy Striped. Hose, cheap at lOo. go at 5 o Mixed Hose, cheap at lOo. go at 5 c Mixed Hose, extva good value, cheap at 12c. go at 0 e MARTIN 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 Any Defect of Vision Corrected. This Floln Bit needs no grinding. Tei rilory for sale, floods furnished at cost, Call at Myers Hotel, or address Barry ic Condron 218 Illinois Et. Chicago, HI. se-'jSaiiborris Coffee eal BrancCJava&Mocha Best Coffee grown^theWorld Perfection of strength&f lavor Guaranteed absolutely pure ANDY WELCH, Faiiy Grocer, Sole Agent Daily Journal. TUESDAY HORSING. MAY. 20. For China and pongee silks, go to the Golden Rule. Jordan Hecht and Torn Garrigan spent Sauday in Peru. James W. Lesh Jhas been granted an increase of pension. John W. Skaer and Mary Thompson are licensed to wed. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunter are visiting friends at Dayton, O. Persons of languid habits, Kinport beef, wine and iron, will be the remedy. 4 We carry the finest stock of dry goods and give the lowest prices.— Schmitt & Heffley. Get your muslins, ginghams and shirtings now, before the advance. Trade Palace this week for special prices. The Carlton Club will give a social dance at the C-f. A. K, hall nest Thursday evening, and preparations are being made for a very pleasant time. Dr. McDonald, of Columbus, O., and Dr. Sandoe, of Cincinnati, Pan Handle special medical examiners, were in the city Sunday, the guests of Dr. J. H. Talbott. Rodney Strain, of the firm of Kroe-, ger & Strain, left for Indianapolis' last night, to attend the annual meeting of the Indiana Funeral Directors' Association which ^convenes this morning. Rev. L. J. Naftzger of LaGrange, preached at the Market street M. E. church on last Sunday evening. Rev. Naftzger has lost none of his old time earnestness and fire, and his sermon was full of good things. Wo have completed the repairs of our building and are now receiving and opening up our stock of furniture. We would bo plegsed to have you call and see our new goods whether you wish to purchase or not.—Ash & Hadley. niayl8d2t There will .be a meeting at Good Templars' hall this afternoon at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a' Woman's Christian Temperance Union. All interested in the good cause of temperance are cordially invited to attend. The regular weekly meeting of Harry Tucker's co-operative suit clubs, at his office on Pearl street last night resulted in the favors of the evening being bestowed on A. H. McDonald. Al Freel, S. E. Kepplinger and L. J. Booth. Indianapolis News: Mrs. J. B. Shultz, a well known vocalist of Logansport, who is pursuing her vocal studies with Professor Ernestinoff, recently sang in an entertainment at Kokomo, and delighted her hearers with the pleasing quality of hei voice. The Jenny Electric Light company received a consignment from Fort Wayne on last Saturday consisting of an unusually large dynamo to be used in their arc light system. This piece of machinery has a capac ity of thirty lights, and weighs twenty-one hundred pounds. The attendance of the Kokomotes at the ball game here Sunday was largely in excess of the Fort Wayneites. Nearly a hundred of the former came over while of the latter not a soul came save the club. This probably accounts for the defeat of the latter which was accomplished by a score of 10 to 4. Mr. George B. Forgy will have a stock sale at his extensive stock farm near Woodville, Carroll county next Thursday, at which besides a lot of sheep, and other farm stock he will sell a number of finely bred horses. A number of our citizens will attend the sale and it is expected that the bidding on the horses will be quite spirited. T. P. A. The State Convention of the Travelers Protective Association tit lia- fiiyctte Next Saturday. Lafayette Post E. T. P. A. is making extensive arrangements for the State convention of the Travelers Protective Association to be held at that place next Saturday. The Lafayette Merchants Exchange has contributed a liberal sum to further the success of the convention and the pleasure of those in attenaiioe, and has given Post E. privilege to cull upon the Exchange for any further sums necessary. The committee of arrangements of Post E consists of Leo Potlitzer, David H. Flynu and Chas. S. Downing. Logansport Post F will attend the convention in a "body. The boys have chartered a special car and will go with colors flying, accompanied by the K. " P. band. All members of the Post are requested to report at the Murdock hotel at 7 o'clock sharp Saturday morning to go to the 7:50 Wabash train. The National President, Treasurer and Secretary of the association, respectively of Ft. Wayne, Louisville and Chicago, will be present at tbe state convention. A great banquet will be served at the Lahr house in the evening. Following are the toasts at the banquet: Toast Master, John, Cr. Brown, president Indiana division. 1. "Our Guests"— David Flynn, Post E, Lafayette. 2. "The Indiana Division, T. P. A.' —I. S. Gordon, Post B, Indianapolis. 3. "His Maiden Trip"— F. E. Nash, Post A, Port Wayne. 4. "The National T. P. A."— President H, V. Root. Post A, Fort Wayne. 5. "The Press"— Hon. J.W. French, of Lafayette. 6. "Our Wives and Sweethearts"— Hon. T. J. Legg, Post F, Logansport. 7. "Our Jobbers and Manufacturers" — Samuel Moore, of Moore, Morgan & Co., Lafayette. 8. "The Commercial Traveler as a Citizen"— Prof. J. H. Smart, of Purdue University. 9. "Good Night" — Hon. Bruce Can-, Post B, Indianapolis. From the above program and notes it will be seen that tbe Lafayette boys have laid themselves out to outdo all previous coventions, and those who fail to go will miss a great treat. Commencement Kxcrclaes. The twentieth annual commencement exercises of the Logansport High school will be held at the central buiWing Friday evening May 33d. Tbe class is composed entirely of ladies. Following is the program of exercises: Music. Invocation. Music. Our School .................................. Uballattery Procrastes' Bed .......................... Mary A. Putnam Wanted— The Earth .................. Wattle Shideler Music. "Noses" ............................................. Etta Grove Blsmartc .................................. Pearl Estnbrook Foundations .................................. Rosa Lesh Bargain.! ................................ Edith Rotroft Rents .......................................... Emma Talbott Music. Mlcawbers ............................ Emma Sivadener Woman's Work ............ — ........... Pearl Plank Clouds ...................................... Grace Barnes Scarchinc ................................. Eva Ferguson Looking Backwards ................... Clara Kathfon Music. Presentation of Diplomas.. ......................... ........................... Mrs. Emma llont McEjie Benediction. Flsn Jjaiv Viola ors Punished. Score another one for Fish Commissioner Deiiois. The Warsaw Times says: "In the cases for violations of the fish law, which were concluded Friday in the Circuit Court, the defendants— Tony Osborne and Lena Powers — were found guilty for having a seine in their possession. Osborne was fined $100 and given forty-eight, days in jail, while Powers was fined $50 without imprisonment. While the verdict may seem to some people as severe, it must be remembered that the law has been habitually violated ever since it was placed on the statute books. _ Notice— Kulslitt of Honor. Logan Lodge members K. of H. No. 124G and Wabash Lodge members, K. of H. No. 1831 are earnestly requested to meet at Lodge hall at 1:30 p. m. to-day to attend the funeral and pay the last tribute of respect to our late brother, John L. Woods. Logan Lodge members are invited to turn out, otherwise the usual assessments will be imposed upon them. Interment at Mt. Hope. By order of HARBT FRASK, Dictator. Mr. Elias Winters the Broadway shoemaker, attended the supper given by the "Gleaners" of the Wheatland street church in the Hagenbuck building last evening. While he was gleaning his supper some one gleaned his hat, a new one, and left an aged and dilapi rated tile in its place. He is willing to correct tbe mistake if the other man is and will be found at his place of business on Broadway. There is clanger in impure blood. There is safety iu taking Hood's Sar supixrilla, the great blood purifier. One hundred doses one dollar. 1 Bleware of Pneumonia. 'Use at onca BAKBR'S PtmK COD LIVER OIL or BAKKK'S Exmmoa, Tbe qenulne oulr. Off Druggists. CASTONET WHEELS! GIVEN AWAY With a child or Boy's Suit $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 we 'have opened the jaws of trade with lots of palatable bargains. Call aud see the superb line HARRY FRANK, "TO BE SURE" C. E. KILBORNE'3 BAKERY AND RESTAURANT? 817 Market Street Is the best place in the city for board, by the meal «j week. Meal tickets of 21 meals only $3.50. Use "Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? iARECALLED" 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! \VTiat folly if we'd advertise a price we did netl hope you'd come and buy at. We had better close outj doors than to refuse to sell at what we say we will. 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 foj instance , , ,, •.- Look at your Pass Book and see If rou are not "paying' ioijl Best smoked side meat, per Ib .................... t=j-"6 »• Best Dried Beef . per Ib ................................... '.."..',".;.'."""'". .......................................... Best Country Lard, perlb ................................................ ................ " ..................... Fancy Sorted Potatoes, per bu.,..; .................................. ' ' ....................... Another quality Potatoes, per on ............................ ............... " .............. " A good Family Flour, per hundred ................. ............................... Sill*''' The Best Flour, Pink Sack, under the, brand ot "Snow Ball'.' Knaran'teed""beite'r"tiiaB any brand of Flour made In Logaasnort, per hundred ___ 2 Com Meal, White bolted, per Ib ................................ '., .................................... " Fancy Golden C Sugar, per Vl> ....... , .................................... " €holc« Fancy C Sugar, perlb ............. '.".'I".";'.'.'.;."" ................................................. " ........ Choice extra C Sugar, pet Ib ............... .................................... White, extra C Sugar, per Ib ............ .................................... " ...... " ..... " Soft A Sugar, per Ib ............................... . .............. " ............................................. Standard A Sugar, per Ib ........................ ............ ~ ..................................... ._•••-••• Best (Granulated Sugar, per Ib ........... ................................................. Fancy BulU Boasted Coflee, per Ib ............. ....................................... ....................... """ Ajax— Roasted Coffee, per Ib. package ..... ................................................... A Vancy Green Coffee, per Ib'." Fancy Peaberry Green Coffee Fancy Bananas, per <Joz Fancy Layer Figs per Ib Fancy Dates, per Ib Oranges, per doz Kancy Lemons, per doz Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib No business ever prospered as ours for ten 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 McCaffrey's. V" costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here * it. One could soon buy a home with such a saving" Argument is folly any way. Our prices are facts that need no comment |* reputation guarantees our weights and qualities. ^ were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor «! worry ing about. ; As it is who would not trade With us? McCaffrejf & Cp

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