Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 21, 1891 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 21, 1891
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JUST RECEIVED, 10,000 Nickleby Cigars! Best Cigar in the City. SOMETHING NEW THE COUNTER SALE. Now Being Held at The Grand Bazaar . 307, 4th St. Stop in, if Only to Look MO WE Y, fl«u«rBl Insurance and Lo»n«. All klude or In- ininnoe plBoad in nrst elans companies. SSido Bent polloi w pnrob«?ed. Bonds of anretyu.. »r1tt«o (or parties holding poaittenR of tram »b»r« a bond 1* required. PBAKJL ST. S. M. Closson. Daily Journal. MORNING. JAN. 21. Silver*Leaf Club dance to-night. ...^.Special sale—clearance sale—at the C olden Rule. Velvets and silk remnants must go at the Trade Palace. Dance with the Silver Leaf Club to-night at 'McCaffrey's Hall: '•'-, To-day, the grand ,day on table ftriens, at the Golden Rule. . Undressed kid gloves, 53 cents, worth §l,,.at Patterson's "odd and '-end"'sale, v ' The masquerade and calico dance at'McCaffrey's hall Thursday night, •promises to be an elegant af- .;.fair.' ; ' : • " jan20d2t / • Steinhart's complete orchestra will furnish, the music for the masquerade and (jalico dance at McCaffrey's hall, Thursday night. jan20d2t The rink promises to be beautifully decorated by the Unniform Rank No. • 1, Order of Chosen Friends on the evening of. February 5th. jan21d2t Remnants of dress goods at the Golden 'Rule. Mrs. Julius Wagner is visiting friends at, Kokomo. Get your muslins and embroideries at the Trade Palace. Attend the Silver Leaf Club dance this (Wednesday) evening. Lonsdale, 7,1 c., and Lawrenco LL muslin, "oc., at the Golden Rule. .Mr. J. 0,« Lambert, editor of tli Middletown News, was in the city yes terday. Did I ever advertise anything that '. did not do?—Patterson, the Haberdasher, '-odd and end" sale. Judge Walker, of Peru, addressed the court in the Turpie-Lowe • argument yesterday. Mr. D. R. Levy and. Mr. Fred Con- •adt, of Peru, were in the city last evening to attend the Lotus Club dance. The Lotus Club gave another of its i-sry enjoyable dances at McCaffrey's sail last evening. There was a large :rowd present. . 'Miss Stella Sebastian departed to Jhicago yesterday ' where she will ^ake a course of instructions in music and voice culture. Miss Anna McAvoy returned to her home at Richmond yesterday accom- >anied by her sister^ Mrs. George Vinson, who will visit there a few veeks. Mr. Andrew Harder and family, of he South Side, departed to Ft. Wayne BSterday in response to a telegram nnouncing the death of'Mrs. Harder's ister, Mrs. Ehinger. The deceased ad frequently visited in this.city and ad numerous friends here. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS; ItcniK I'rPin tlie Note-Boojt of Our. lluiUViiy Reporter— Potut* Per- • ooiiul mid Otlierwl.sc. ' Prof. Joe Gulp's dancing class con- iuded the term at the G. A. 'R. hall fonday night and voted the instructions so valuable that it -was decided •on the spot"to form a dancing club of the class for reg'ular dances. The class will be immediately re-organized. A Washington, Special says: Mrs. Owen, of Logansport, will receive in the red parlor, at the Ebbittt, on Wednesday, from 3 to 6. Mrs. Owen will- be assisted by Mrs. Spinola, Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Power, Miss Jones of Arkansas, the Misses Vandevere of California, Miss Moore and Miss Crawford. Tu-o stations on the Council Bluffs division of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway in Iowa have been closed because the people boycotted the new agents. The switchmen employed by the railroads centering in South Bend have, organized a local branch of the Switchmen's Mutual Benefit associa tion and will receive a charter this week. The organization began its existence with 15 charter members and the following officers: Hiram Brown, grand master: Adam Grulling- er, vice-grand master: P. S. Fisher, secretary and W. W. Barrett, treasurer. The meetings of the association are held at the Windsor hotel. The following gentlemen compose tile committee of the 0. R. C. to whom are entrusted the interviewing and preliminary work looking to the removal of the headquarters of the 0. R. C. from Cedar Rapids to Indiaqap- olis.JG M. Safford, Logansport, 110; J W. Caskey, Terre Haute, ' 92; Wm. Businger, Frankfort, 254; A. H. Cutter, Andrews, 125: W. J. Spence; Union City, 108 ; H. M. Mounts' Indianapolis, 103; A. J. Morrow, Indianapolis, 103: I. D. Baldwin, Indianapolis, 103. An Indianapolis special says Grand Chief Arthur, of the Brotherhood of locomotive engineers, , arrived here last night and to-day sought conference with General Manager -Bradbury, of the Lake Erie & Western railway, in regard to the request of the engineer for increased pay. Bradbury said he had a contract with the engineers and aftei* several hours' discussion of the demand he flatly refused to make any advance and declined to change the schedule in any way. that would bring about more expenses to No irraitcrJIUnv Hard any druggist tries to sell you his own cough medicine, .remember he does it because he makes more money on it '•Insist on having Kemp's Balsam foi the throat and lungs, for there is no cough remedy so pure and none so quick to break up a cold. For in .-ihienza, soreness of the throat and tickling irritation with constant cough Kemp's Balsam is an immediate 1 cure. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. At all druggists. eod Confirmed. The favorable impression produced on the Jlrst appearance of the agreeable liquid f<-uit 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. Says The Southern !Hc<li«siI World: ••Mother's Friend is growing in favor throughout the south and is highly recommended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they must pass through the ordeal of child-birth. Write Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga. for particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. to24 A Chicago special says: "Appearances this evening indicate that the strike of the Milwaukee & St. Pau road's operators will shortly end in victory for the railroad company LEAVE YOUR ORDER. Suits made to order, $15 un. All-wool Pants $3. Spring Overcoats to order, 1 Melton and black Thibet, $15.j Black Cheviot suits $10 to $20. No extra charge for long and slim men, Short and stout men. all can be Fitted. No advance upon ready Made garments. Custom made Or ready made, ALL ONE PRICE. Spring styles now on exhibition. No advance -oayment required and If erpods ordered are not perfectly Satisfactory you are not required to Take them. OTTO KRAUS, Of Course. • the company. Mr. Arthur made no threats as to what the result would be, but one of the employes said the company would hear something drop before long. Should the engineers other trainmen will go out, strike also, The First Step. Perhaps ^you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep/ can't think, can't do tnything to your satisfaction, and you vender what ails 'you. You should leed the warning 1 , you are taking tlie irst step into Nervous Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Jitters you will Qnd the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition,. Surprising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic -and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 5Qc. at B. F. Kfieslicg's Drug Store. • - to2-J: Both the method Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasart 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 Figs is tl>9 only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste acd 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 a:id $1 bottles by all leading drug- g»:sts. 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 any substitute. CALIFORNIA F!G SYRUP CO SA/t FRANCISCO, 'OAL. LOUISVILLE, K¥. K1F.W YORK, fl.\ For sale by B. F. Keeall and all druggists MONEY TO LOAN, a any »nm at the LOWEST rates. Private fuudl wiy, Money slwftye In hand. No red tape or At- .ay. Interest and principal payable in LogajM- port. Special arrangements u> to payment ot principal and Interest, made to «nit the wlahe«ol Sorrower. For farther particulars apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or SatardaTB, 214 Fourth street, opposite Court House. MONEY TO LOAN! id ifotes Bought In any sum over |25 at lowesi rates. Large amounts 6 percent GEO.B.FORGY. FREE READING R0,0-M,'I Open Daily'aiKi-E veiling, 321 Pearl Street Welcome to A Crashing C mg ar 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 Remnants of dress.goods at 25 cents on the dollar. Black dress goods at a big cut fr'jm 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. Remnants of silks must go' Trade Palace.. - 50 pieces of Plushes and Velvets at 48 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 down. To clean uptable 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 o cts. Misses English cash mere 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. . - 500 dozen handkerchiefs at cut prices. Euchings etc, to close at prices cut in two. See the laces and embroideries. ISTew 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 cent's, worth 20 cts. . 25 dozen Ladies Jersey ribbed vests at 15 cents, cheap at 35 cts., Sligh'tly 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 them. CARPETS, , . A good Ingram, carpet 12i cents.' A, good Hemp 10 cents cheap at' 15 cents. A good shade ready made 15 cents, 'cheap at 35 cents. A gbod'shadc mounted 50; cents, was'75 cts. A good rug at 39 cents, was 60 cents.'All others 5,i cheap, see our carpets, lace curtains, cheniles way down, : don't miss it. or- ^J you'll regret it. Trade Palace. . Plush Jackets price now $5.25 was §10.75 .-to $15.00. Bouse jerseys 'foiv children, slightly soiled from Brankrupt sale worth 60 cents now 15 cents. * *>• Big drive on blankets 69 pair reduced to 73 cents S pair, all others' at'big reduction. Ladies flannel skirts way down in price. Cotton flannels 5 cents, cheap at 8} cents. Muelins yard uide 4] eents 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 money. See the Jeans. Sec them and CUT THIS OUT AND BRING IT ALONG! Hundreds of Bargains not on here to surprise the closest bujerp. Come quick, as these goods will be closed quick attheso price* SEYBOLD'S Trade Palace, 319 and-321 Market St, Logansport.

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