Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 22, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, January 22, 1891
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STQR AND CONSIDER .•••', '.,• 25 Per Cent. CASH DISCOUNT On every Cloak in our Stock It will pay you big to invest; even if you do not ' need a Cloak until next winter. All in plain figures. 8CHMITT& HEFFLEY CALL A'ND SEE ME Harry G. Tucker, The Peari street Tailor. BEN FISHER, The Druggist. tKeepsa full line of Trusses. :-: 311 Fourth Street. :-: Daily Journal THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 22. LADIES' hvara Slippers and Shoes, CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER& RAUCH. 42O Broadway. THE DOVE AUTOMATIC IHK STAND! No. Evaporation. No iThiekening 1 . Always ; Fresh, Pure Ink. Clean Fingers, Clean Desk. Wilson, Humphreys & Go., ; Headquarters for Office Supplies. Attend the Bee Hive's sale. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. ' eod&w We quote cut prices on table'lin- ens.—Golden Rule. Mrs. August Schlademao is visiting with her sons at Seafleld. Superintendent Charles Watts of Pittsburg, was in the city yesterday. Monroe Bailey has been granted a decree of divorce from. Nancy A, Bailey. Get a mackintosh, the nobbiest rain :oat made, of Patterson, the Haberdasher. It will do your heart good to witness the busy bustle at the Bee Hive's spe- ial sale. Mr. Ed Jackson, of Lafayette, spent Tuesday in the city shaking hands vith his many friends. Prof. Steinhart's orchestra has been engaged to play for a grand ball at Kokomo in'the near future. Come to-day and .get one of those $1 undressed kid gloves at 53 cents, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. A bag of marbles to every purchaser in Otto's children's department, which includes shoes and rubbers. John B. Walter, of Columbus, O.. arrived in the city yesterday for a few weeks visit at his former home. George Sharpe and Al Bard, of Kokomo came up yesterday to attend the funeral of John Clendenen to-day. ' 'It leads them all," is the general reply of druggists when asked about the- merit or sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla. * 5 You will know -that we always give you the greatest bargains in towels. Come to-day, special prices.—Golden Rule. Leave your orders for Scblite' celebrated Milwaukee beer at M. J. Bligh's, No. 305 Market street. Prompt delivery. Eight hundred and fifty pieces table linens, towelings, napkins and bed spreads, at half-price, at the Bee Hive's special sale. Charley Seigmund is lying quite ill at Ft. Wayne where he has been clerking in a shoe store and his father went to that place yesterday to bring him home if his condition will admit of removal. " • The hotel interests, of the Van Or- mans are on the increase. Van Orman & Sons have purchased the BHss hotel at Bluffton and too]j charge of the same a few days ago. They are also after the St. Dennis hotel at Col- Charlos F, McCrea. The Los Angeles Herald of the 13th inst contains the following concerning the death of our lamented former townsman Charley McCrea whose funeral was held in this .city last Sunday afternoon: The death was announced-yesterday of Mr. Charles F. McCrea. This young gentleman was dear to a large circle of friends, who will be shocked to learn of his demise. He was a brother of Major John McCrea, teller of the Farmers and Merchants bank. The deceased was born in the town of Logansport, Indiana, twenty-seven years ago. For the past five years he was employed by M'r. Charles Cabot, the head of the Southern Pacific company's land office in this city, where he filled a most responsible position to the utmost satisfaction of his employer, andwonawelldeserv- reputation for industry, ability and in- de integrity, and at the same time made a most enviable position for himself socially. He was endowed with' a singularly attractive personality, be-, ing amiable, bright and full of symathy. He was a warm, sincere friend, and in consequence of his delightful traits was regarded with true affection by all who knew him. Mr. McCrea' was not particularly ill for a few days previous to his death. He was suddenly taken ill, and at two o'clock yesterday morning he passed away, the cause of bis death being G E N U I N E Red Letter Sale It will eclipse all are former efforts. Oar entire Stock of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers and fancj striped Underwear. ONE- THIRD OFF 1-3 From Original Price. : Y} Ladies and Gentleme! we blood poisoning 1 resulting- from an scess on the brain. ab- Thc C/ateKt Tlic atrldil Cruzo. Next Saturday night the grand scenic production of one of the brightest plays, entitled "The Plunger," will be given at the opera lious'e. This is a new play and was written expressly for Oliver Byron, a well known favorite of the stage and a Baltimorean. Mr. Byron as Dexter Digit assumes a character peculiarly suited to him. The play was written by D. K. .Biggins, and is in five acts, during which many startling scenes are exhibited. It is also full of many comic scenes that will make you laugh. The scenes are laid in New York and are characteristic of that great city. Exciting episodes are also shown, such as throwing a lady in front of a Harlem train; a terrific storm of lightning and thunder with real water in torrents. The last act introduces hypnotism, with its funny incidents, and closes with the • 'Plunger" as a happy man. Miss Kate Byron, does good work as the "Plunger's Widow." 57 25 In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. (SELLING PRICES) Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers .$1 50 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers '.......... 1 25 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 1 00 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 75 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers. 50 Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers 1 00 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers 50 And all other lines in proportion This is less than Manufacturers prices and less than you can buy them at Auction for its done to make room for Spring purchases. Buy now, for never'will you buy as cheap again. This is a Cash Sale by the enterprising One iPijice Clothier Harry Frank, L °» a Deim Our grand distribution of Presents takes, place next" month, all are entitled to it, come and see us. i it U City Orders bought and sold. ' '- Jv ' " ; The following is a description of W. F. Pettit entered on the prison register at Michigan City: William. F. Pettit — Age, . 32 years; weight, 184 pounds; height, 5 feet 9:[ inches; complexion, light; hair, lights birthplace, New York; widower, occupation, preacher, painter, paper-hanger and book-keeper: distinguishing marks, scar on left big toe, right eye defective, sharp and prominent nose. Pettit is at work on. a sanding machine in the chair manufacturing department, and his hands were quite sore the first few days. He bears it patiently, however. In the hopes that he will soon be relieved and put 'on lighter work. W.D.PRATT •*• FINE JOB PRINTING 217 5 219 FOURTH iST. iFor'the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for .GO CASH. •y"r ... |l<do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods this city ever brought to J.HOOLEY, T 6e Tailor, 323 Peart Street, u,mbus. Peru Journal: Mrs.-P. Conrad and daughter returned to Logansport this afternoon.. . .Mrs; Julia Chapman, of Logansport, was in the city yesterday. ....Robert' Humphreys, of Logansport, was in' the city to-day.. . .Miss Maude Watkins returned this morning front a short visit in Logansport. The Japanese social given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. PiUman, on High street, by the Ladies Auxiliary to the B. of L. E., was a remarkably pleasant affair,- and the Order was benefitted considerably in a financial way by it. The Japanese cos- •tumes and tableaux wsre striking and interesting features of the pleasant event, and the supper « r as elegant.-. Mr, Van Bennett, the "Cyclone." as he is sometimes called, has been secured to address the citizens of Logansport on.the saloon qustion, arid how to cure it. He. will speak for several nights commencing February 9th,next. The Arion.Quartette will assist him by discoursing some of their best songs. He is an able speaker .and will,interest all who hear him. He is to speak also in several of the surrounding townb of this county, To\vjishii> If. M. B. A, The farmers of Washington township have organized a branch of the Farmers' Mutual Benefit Association. The organization was effected Monday evening by the election of the following officers: President—John Martin. Vice-President—Daniel Hitter. Treasurer—Granville McClain. Secretary—John P. Martin. Chaplain—Samuel Long, The new organization starts with quite a large membership promises to grow. i'liiv out and JVotlec. The funeral ceremonies of J. C. Clendenen will be in chaigeof the Uniformed Rank Knights ot Pythias and Order of '.Railway Conductors. All railroad organizations are invited to attend in "a body and meet at their respective halls at 1 o'clock p. m. The line will be formed nt 1:30- in front of K. P. Hall, and will -be in charge of Capt. G. A. Linton. Deliver UK From a North' Wind. Our citizens are mistaken when they think that that rank odor which is wafted into town on the gentle southern breeze is thrown off by Logansport's decaying greatness. George Carter, jr. manufactured 1400 gallons of 'sauer kraut last fall and it is just now getting mellow. —Rochester Sentinel. I»Iiiy : lie JLivo Samuel Line says if he . lives to see next Saturday he will be eighty-one years of age. He has been- a resident oflndiana, at Logansport and this place for many years, and . has at all times been recognized as a Christian citizen. — Rochester Republican. Ylllll-Yuill. Miss Myrtle Horn, whose modesty. and beauty added sweetness to the products of the Candy Kitchen, resigned the clerkship a few days ago. — Rochester Republican. j QUEENSWEAR Costs you 20 per cent, more elsewhere than' McCaffrey ask you. Is not this statement worth the proving? One dollar out of every, five you spend for Queensweai: it will pay you, and, investigation may" give you pointers on'other of McCaffrey's prices, Our Queensware embraces every grade and style, and 'tis honestly reprej- sented. TINWARE I " ; "'\ ' Is more plentiful at McCaffrey's, and cheaper' than any- v where else within your reach. Plenty means much fo.r it is certain to give you'just what will please you best. Price means more tor'everything that is made of tin embraces a large share of household expense. This statement is worth investigating, too. •; 'V! WOODENWAR;E At McCaffrey's offers all in it's line that a housekeeper needs from, a washboard to a churn. . The best can!; 1 * largest, .the cheapest and smallest, and all at just s th'e lowest prices that can be made on them. There's many another .lines of ours we'll mention later, but what is true of one is true of all, , and bottom price is one thing true about them. • M. McCafirey & Co

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