Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 16, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, January 16, 1891
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JUST RECEIVED, 10,000 Nickleby Cigars! Best Cigar in the City, THE GRAND BAZAAR'S ' Special Sale is now in FULL BLAST, Butit lasts until the 17tn. Tfte Grand Bazaar, :/•'-." . 307, 4th St. O N E Y, 1 ftewiral lurarsno* and Lo»an, AJJ WniJe or In. •nrauce plHwd in flrsteloss oompiuiieB. inflow. meot policies rnroUtiod, Bonds of euretveL written for purges holding positions of trati iraen > bond IB rsq aired. 319 S. M. C loss on Kick Him Out of Town. There is a dapper little Frenchman iaflicting himself on this community who should be kicked out of town. The puppy "joes from house to house with a lot of inferior toilet brushes, combs, etc., which he offers at exorbitant prices,' relating; in an impudent manner that he is a, member of a :ood French family which has met reverses, and that the money is needed for them, and all .that kind of a thing:. If the fellow finds the lady of the house alone he will not receive a refusal to look at his wares but presses the sale with insulting remarks to the ladies.. His calls have been general and in many cases he claims acquaintance with the victim of his insulting- persistence. It is suspected that the impudent rascal is a sneak thief and the police have taken a close description of him and if caught the little frog-eater will be treated' to a dip ir. Eel ri.ier then kicked out of town. He is quite dark, wears glasses and a chinchilla coat. ' Look out for him and let a stuffed club be kept readiness for the puppy. Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNiyG,~JAff. 16. William Dolan has been in Chicago since Tuesday on business. Muslin and embroideries at cost, yes, in some instances, even leas, at the Golden Rule. Get your remnants at the Trade Palace Clearance sale; everything goes, no reserve. -.,-;. . if you want towels, table linens, napkins, embroideries or white goods, So to the Trade Palace. Cass county has lost a good citizen by the removal of Henry Ramer and family from Washington- township, to Denver, Miami county. During the month of December the Pennsylvania Relief fund paid more than $1,500 to the members of the various divisions centering here. The Painters & Decorators', No. 126, will give their first annual ball" at the rink on Tuesday, February 10. This dance promises to be one of the nicest dances of the season. . 1 esterday morning about 4 o'clock | one of the back windows of The Castle sample room on Pearl street was | broken by burglars who entered the | saloon and made way with about $3 which had been left in the till, together with quite a lot of cigars. The | noise of the breaking glass was heard by several parties who paid no attention to it. however. There is no clue ! to the burglars. He stole a Clothes Wriujjcr . John Hiles, the disreputable, is in jail. Yesterday morning he was arraigned before Mayor Cullen charged with stealing a clothes wringer from Mrs. Ange Carr living over Craig's tailor shop. The evidence was conclusive against Hiles, the goods having been found in his possession and he was remanded to jail to await the, action of the circuit court. Aiioku. Health is good. Mr. L. J. Leedy and Mr. S. S. Cra- gari made a short business trip to Wabash last week. Mr. Ernest Tucker thinks he is a %ing. He has been taking '• several buggy rides lately. ... : ,. Quite a number of persons are-engaged in cutting timber on the Shaft'e farm'south of here. The farmers joyfully receive,-."the welcome snow which their wheat .-has, has been needing all winter. Mr^J, W. Puterbaugh is erecting a new ice house which he will fill this winter for his use next summer. The dance held at Mr. H. Wilson's, two miles southwest of here tke othei night was a complete failure, there being- only three girls present. Mrs. William Like fell one day last week and badly bruised her ankle, but did not break it. She is very likely to be laid up for the winter. At the regular meeting of Anoka Lodge, I. 0. O. F.. January 7, 1891, the following- officers were installed /or the ensuing term: N. G.- John Movinger. V. G.—Henry Ullery Secretary—H: G. Warrick. P. Secretary—G. W. Richason Treasurer—N. B. McManus. The following visiting brethren were present to help enliven the work: Walton Lodge—John Richason C Howard, Will Richason and Mr. Shirley. Onward Lodge—Newt Hopper and D. H. Miller. . Lofi-ansport, Eel Paver Lod"-e—Eli Marsh. PASSV. Electric Blue™. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular at to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of Braise.—A purer medicine does not ,2X181 and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. .. Electric Bitters will rare all diseases, of the Liver and Kidneys, will rem'ove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood.^-Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent constipation and Indigestion.'Try Electric Bitters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded.—Price 50 cts.' and $1.00 per bottle at B. F. Kees- ng's Drugstore. to!7 fonlirmcd. The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid f-uit remedy Syrup of Figs i few years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of the prorietors and rnanufac- ui-ers. the California ' Fi°- Syrup Com pany. SLEDS FREE! WITH Boys and SUITS For Sale. I will sell the hotel fu rniture of the City Hotel (Hornbeck House) very cheap if sold within the next 15 days This is a chance for a bargain. Inquire at the hotel, corner Second and Canal streets, Logansp.ort, Ind. jan!5d2t OTTO KRAUS, OF COURSE. The Runaway Wile. McKee Ranldn's very pretty romantic drama, "The Runaway Wife" will be the attraction at Dolan's to-morrow night. The company 'is under the management of Harry S. Parker and Fred Lotto, and is headed by the well known actor Mr.'Frank Evans, supported by a metropolitan cast. The play is one of the prettiest on the stage to-day and a first class peformance is promised. 11' Vonr HIKING Is on Fire You put water on the burning timbers not on the smoke. Aad if you have catarrah you should attack the disease in the blood, not in your'nose. Re- j move the impure cause, and the local effect subsides. To do' this, take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great, blood purifier, which radically and perma- MONEY TO LOAN, I OOPrftlVftT* Tfn-n * —ii. ji »«*fc VUU WUliJOB OI I jorrower. For f orthar par«on2«re apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays. Fridays or Saturdays. 214 FomtH street, opposite Court House A Lady in Texas Write*. My case is of long standing; has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy that i could hear of, but Bradfield's Female Regulator is all that relieved me. Write The Bradfield Reg-. Co.", Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by Ben Fish- er - ' • ton - nently cures catarrh. It also strengthens -the nerves. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla. ' 3 From ItToiiday, January 5, we close .at 6 o'clock, ex-' cept on Saturdays and pay nights. For the rest of this winter we shall sell all winter goods and all millinery goods at cost, so that we shall not carry over any of this, season's goods, and can commence next season with a new stock. SPKY'S, Broadway and Pearl street. jan!6d3t Both tfae method and results wheg feyrup of Figs is taken; it ispleasaifc and refreshing to the taste, and act? gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, -Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Pigs is tl« only remedy of its kind ever pro, duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances,'its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the .most popular remedy known. ' 'Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c apd SI bottles by all leading drug- gests. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Tin on An 4-r* i -j. T\ i . MONEY TO LOAN! And Notes Bought In any sum over J25 at lowe rates. Large amounts 6 percent GEO.B.FORGY.1 FREE READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street. Welcome to All wishes to try it. substitute. Do not accept any CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. Kr, HF.VJ YORX. tt.t for sale b? B. F. Keesll and all dragglsts A Crash TO RAISE CASH! and '821 Ma^^-i^eet " __. •• - ... . . , . . • •- - .. ^^ f , oulF N X v fj ',,.':, DRESS GOODS, Cashmeres and Serges all wool 35 cents, was' 60 cts. Plaids 5 cents was 10 cts., Spr..25 cents cloth all wool, was 40 to.,50 cts., a yard. • Black : -Dress goods Slaughtered in price 1,0.00 Remnants of dress goods at 25 cents on the dollar/- Black 'dress goods af a big 'cut.fr jm .a child's to,the- the largest «i ze d dress pattern don't miss this sale. -;,. : , . h SILKS; SILKS, •Big- drive in evening shades only 25 cents' a yard worth 75 cts Silk dress patterns at *4. 75 worth $12.00 to $15.00. Remnants of silks must go Trade 50 piedes of Plushes and Velvets at 43 cents a yard in all the popular shades worth from 50 to 75 cents a yard; others at a big cut. HOSIERY, : Ladies wool Hose now 23 cents, was 35 cts. Tine bqsfc ^ cts. Misse* English.cashmere, ribbed colored liose^now'ss cents, was 70 to 85 cts., a pair All hose to close.' . • •••. . ••• •• • Dress Trinimings all at ridiculous'prices to clean up. CARPETS, A good Ingrain earpet 12 J cents.' A good 10 cents at 500 dozen handkerchiefs at cut prices. Ruchings-etc, to; close at prices cut in two. See'the laces and embroideries. New Buttons at your own prices. Big ribbon sale 563 pieces all silk 7-9 and 12s, at 9 cents a yard ' Ri drive in gloves and mittens 10 cents up. Linens.and house furnishings, doyles 4 cents worth 10 cents, ' towels way down. : Tq ; clean up table linens, reduced one third/Now is a chance for cheap napkins Trade Palace. ' , ~;. UNDERWEAR, Ch.ildreri'6 underwear 5 lots to close from 5cts., up. Trade Palace. WHITE GOODS, From a railroad wreck slightly soiled checks at 8} cents, cheap at 15 cts Same wreck, plaid dress goods 36 inch 9 cents, worth 20 cts. ^ dozen Ladies Jersey ribbed vesta at_15 cents, cheap at.'So cts. Slightly soiled toweUn- crashes etc, all at cut prices.. See white flannels. ee our carpets, lace curtains, cheniles way d^n, don t you'll regret it Trade 'Palace. ' ' it Plush Jackets pric&now $5.25 was $10.75 to $15 00 House "• children, slightly soiled from Brankrupt sale worth. 60 cents now 15 Ladies and'Misses cloaks,'jackets of all kinds from 75 cents, each up below all competition. Shawls at less than half what others ask -for them. Big drive on blankets 69 pair reduced to 73 cents a pair, all others at big reduction. Ladies flannel skirts way down in price. Cotton flannels 5 cents, cheap at S* cents. ' Muslins- yard wide 41 cents'' a yard, cheap at 6 cents.. Prints* cents a-yard^^the'sheetings; 'and tick- 1 ings, wool. Flannels at prices to surprise the manufacturers Men's suitings at half price-to close this department. See them and money. See the Jeans. . .;" crvDATn^ ™".""'«<"»•"'-IP* SEYBOLD S Trade Palace, 319 and 321 Market St., For sale by B. F Raeeling. $tran£re pecnle. the variety of individna] I her friends" for a new stait in fife SPECIFIC \x>., Atianm, us. O2 JACKSON ST., CHICAGO, IU- IOO •. WtUTH

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