Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 17, 1891 · Page 5
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j L JUST RECEIVED, 10,000 Nickleby Cigars! Best Cigar in the City. THE GRAND BAZAAR'S ';, Special Sale is now in FULL BLAST. Built lasts until the 17tli. Tie Grand Bazaar, 307, 4th St. MONE Y, Qeneral Inenr&nc* and Loans. All kind* ot in- tnrncoe pl&oftd lii nr»t elasa companies. .inflow- ment policies ;mrohved % Bonds of Gnr&tyai.. •citten (or parties holding positions nf iron «h*m « bond is required. 8I» PEAKt, ST. S. M. Cl osscxi. Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 17 Auction sale at Emerich's to-day. Sarah Ham, widow of Edwin Ham, has been granted a widow's pension. John Hildebrandt, the Pearl street plumber, repairs pumps of every description. Miss Elba Watkins,- of Peru, is visiting in the city the guest of Mrs. J. H:Shultz.. Flannel waists, 25 cents; caps, 25 cents, and boys' overcoats, 95 cents, at Harry Frank's. All those paying their accounts this month will be entitled in the §125.00 w^rth of presents at Harry Frank's. •If you haven't bought your winter overcoat, attend Emerich's auction sale to-day, and buy one at your own price. The cooking club -was entertained By Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Patterson at their elegant new home on Ninth street last even' ng. One hundred and twenty-five dollars in solid presents wili be distributed by Harry Frank. For particulars, call. Auction, auction, auction at Etner- ich's clothing store to-day. Suits for men and boys, jeans pants, overalls, cassimere pants, and overcoats all at your own price. Tommy Nichols is the proud anc sole proprietor of a lively little'Eng- lish bull pup. the same being 1 present to him by his old friend Pat Rooney Thursday evening. Eel river from the foot of Fourth street to the dam was "alive" with skaters last night. The ice is in good condition for skating and lovers of the sport are putting it to good use. The big fly wheel of the engine at Louderbaek's saw mill near Grass Creek bui'St while whirling at full speed Thursday and scattered in a hundred fragments. There were five men working about the mill and it is well nigh miraculous that they all escaped without injury. A party of about twenty of the young folks from the city secured band wagons and went out to the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Collett of Bethlehem township. The evening was very enjoyably passed and Mr. and Mrs. Collett did everything in their power for the entertainment of their young friends. It was near two o'clock when the merry crowd returned this morning. The ' public recital of the music pupils of Miss Dollie Henderson at her home on Market street last evening was a delightful event and the program was enjoyed by a large number of the friends of the pupils. Miss Henderson was assisted in the pleasant affair by John B. Chase, whose voice and musical accomplishments promise to be as pleasing as that of his brother Harry who is now singing with the McCaul opera company. It is with pleasure the Journal notes that "Joe" has introduced a bill. It asks the compelling of all owners or keepers of dogs to' pay a license. This is an important- matter in Cass county. The license on dogs is put at $2.00, which is the price of a legal opinion, among* other things. Our friend Hod Turner can keep a dog or get a legal opinion, after the law is passed, according to his inclination. Mrs. Smith, a.washerwoman, living on North Pearl street, West Side, had saved §92 from her hard gotten earnings wherewith to pay for a tombstone for her daughter. She drew the money on Thursday and gave the same to a half-witted girl who lived with her sou to take to the son for safe keeping- over night, expecting to pay the money out yesterday. When morning came she went for the money, but her son had not received it and the girl was not to be found. The badly frightened old lady called on Officer Owston, and at her tearful solicitation, the good-natured officer got up out of bed to help her in her search for the girl and the money. His search was fruitless, and he returned home to find the old lady beaming happy once more. The girl had just returned ginn- with her a receipt ,, for the $92. She had gone in person to the ioihhstone man with the mooey and paid it over for Mrs. Smith. "»r. Owen'* Immigration Bill Ilc- poi-tcd. A Washington special says: Mr, Owen, Chait-man of the Committee on Immigration, reported to the House Thursday, with a recommendation that it pass, a substitute for the bill introduced by himself, providing for the regulation of immigration. The bill is reported as agreed upon by the committee after a careful consideration of the testimony, Owen says the bill is conservative, and. is designed to keep out assisted and induced immigration, but not to exclude persons who will make desirable citizens. Catarrh In the head Is a constitutional Disease, and requires A constitutional remedy Like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Which purifies the blood. Makes the weak strong-, Restores health. Try it now. 4 Pr«a-fr i» tlie Sole Owner. Eugene Prager has returned from Chicago where he suceeded in buying out the interests of the Chicago parties who were connected with the Logansport Brewing Company also the interest held by the widow of the late August Binz. Mr. Prager is now sole owner of the brewery one of the biggest concerns of the kind in this State. Electric Bltterx. This remedy is becoming so wel known and so popular at to need no special mention. All who have usec Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise.—A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all ,that is claimed. .Electric Bitters will cnre all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove 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 els. and $1.00 per bottle at B, F, Kees- linjj-'s Drugstore. to] 7 'JTIiiton fj(nlg<; Insinuation. The folio wing officers were last night installed in Tipton Lodge F. & A. M, No. 33. N. M.—J. M. Johnston. S. W.—T, J. Elkin. J. W—Thos. L. Reed. Treasurer—H. Frank. Secretary—S. Oppenheirn. S. D.—Adam Graff. J. D.—Geo. Flanagan. Stewarts—Julius Kaufman, Alf Porter. Tyler—Benj. Grable. A china dinner set, silver watch, marble top center table and $22 steel engravings, go free at Harry Frank's. SLEDS FREE! WITH Continued. The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fpw years ago has been more than confirmed by the pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of the prorietors and manufacturers, the California Fig Syrup Company. ^ A JUidy in Texas 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 BradEeld Keg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars.. Sold by Ben Fisher, to 17 Boys and Children^ SUITS. 1 it OTTO KRAIJ8, OF COURSE. MONEY TO LOAN, ! B any »nin at tie LOWEST rates. Frlva July. Money always In band. No rod tape ordu. i*y. Interest and principal payable In Logan* port. Special arrangements ua to payment ol principal and Interest, made to unit tbe wishes ol Sorrower. Tor further particulars apply to FREE OE Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fonrtli street, opposite Court House. Fred W. Munson, READING ROOM, Open Daily ana Evening, * 321 Pearl Street. MONEY TO LOAN! ind Notes Bought in any sum over $25 at lowest rates. Large amounts 6 percent. GEO. B. FORGY. Welcome to All. EJJtfJOYS Both the method and 'results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasaLl and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds,' headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tlfl . 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 i •to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. | fcyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any 'reliable, druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept a.uy substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ SAN FHAtlQlSCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. tIF.W YORK, tt.t For sale by B, F. KeesU and all druggists A Cutting' Slashing and Crashing Crisis! TO RAISE CASH! For Clearing up Stock. Nothing like it ever heard of. Must have Money to complete arrangements in firm, best known to ourselves. • Trade Palace, 319 and 321 Market Street. DRESS GOODS, . Cashmeres and Serges all wool 35 cents, was 60 cts. Plaids 5 cents was 10 cts. For 25 cents cloth all wool, was 40 to 50 cts., a yard. Black Dress goods Slaughtered in price 1,000 Kemnants of dress goods at 25 cents on the dollar. . Black dress goods at a big cut fram a child's to the the largest sized dress pattern don't miss this sale. • 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. Kemnants of silks must go Trade Palace. 50 pieces of Plushes and Velvets at43 cents a yard in all 'the popular shades worth from 50 to 75 cents a yard, others at a big cut. Linens and house furnishings, doyles 4 cents worth 10 cents, towels way do..wn. To clean up table linens, reduced one third. Now is a chance for cheap napkins Trade Palace. UNDERWEAR, .'.... Children's underwear 5 lots to close from 5cts., up. Trade Palace. HOSIERY, Ladies wool Hose now 23 cents, was 35 cts. Fine hose 5 cts. Misses English cashmere ribbed colored hose now 25 cents, was 70 to 85 cts., a pair. All hose to close. Dress Trimmings all at ridiculous prices to clean up. i . 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. Big drive in gloves and mittens 10 cents up. WHITE GOODS, From a railroad wreck slightly soiled checks at 8j- cents, cheap at 15 cts. Same wreck, plaid dress goods 36 inch. 9 cents, worth 20 cts. 25 dozen. Ladies Jersey ribbed vests at 15 cents, cheap at 35 cts. Slightly soiled toweling crashes etc, all at cut prices. See white flannels. 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 ihercu CARPETS, A good Ingrain carpet 12} cents. A good Hemp 10 cents cheap at 15 cents. A good shade ready made 15 cents, cheap at 35 : cents. A good shade mounted 50 cents, was 75 cts.' A good rug at 39 cents^ was 60 cents. All Others cheap, see our carpets, lace curtains, che'niles way .down, don't- miss it. or you'll regret it. Trade Palace. " ' Plush Jackets price now $5.25 was $10.75 to §15.0*0. House jerseys for children, slightly soiled from Brankrupt sale worth 60 cents now .15 cents. 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 SJ cents. Muslins yard wide 4] cents" a yard, cheap at 6 cents. Prints 4 cents a yard. See the sheetings and tick- ings, wool. Flannels at prices to surprise the manufacturers. Men's suitings at half price to close this department. See them and; save' money. See the Jeans. • • CUT THIS OUT AND BRING IT ALONG! Hundreds of Bargains not on here to surprise the closest buyers. Come quick, as these goods will be closed quick at these prices .SEYBOLD'S Trade Palace, 319 and 321 Market St, Logansport

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