Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 23, 1891 · Page 8
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M U S L I N DAY --SPECIAL T O D A Y. 7JL ' 4 Vfi £70 pieces Lonsdale Bleached Muslin. f ; 50 pieces Barker B.leached Muslin 50 pieces Hill Bleached Muslin ."..'.' .. .. .. '. ... ?i 3 Bales Lawence-L. E 5^ /.>:•-.. (jard wide and extra heavy unbleached) . ; Extra weight Unbleached Muslin (;i (this is : usually sold for 8£ cents.") It will pay you to visit us to-day. Respectfully SCHMITT&HEFFLEY CALL AND SEE ME Harry G. Tucker, Daily Journal. The Funeral of JoJni Clendcncu. The funeral of John C. Clendenen yesterday afternoon was the largest that has been held in this city for some years, the very large attendance attesting- the warm regard .cherished for the deceased by bis-large following- of friends. The funeral services were conducted at the house at 2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Putnam officiating and the cortege moved to Mt. Hope cemetery in the midst of a slight fall of snow. The pall bearers were Sir Knights Charles Woll, George Gonser, E. W. j Alexander, Allen Lewis, N. R. Donaldson, and Al- Swadener. The floral offerings were the most extensive and beautiful ever made in Logansport and consisted of emblems of the K. P., 0. R. C. and Pythian Sisters, Mangles, lanterns crosses, etc, being magnificently represented in lovely flowers. The burial ritual of the U. R. K. P. was read at the grave and the large concourse of people sadly returned to the city leaving behind'them all that is mortal of one "of nature's noblemen—a man who was loved by all who knew him and whose memory ^will be cherished-for long years to come. FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 23. The Pearl Street Tailor. BEN FISHER, The Druggist eejrs-a full line of Trusses :-: 311 Fourth Street. :-.warm LADIES' and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH. 42O Broadway. Type Writer Supplies. | Little's New Serrated Edge Typewriter Ribbons for all Machines Come to the muslin sale.—Golden Rule. • Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic.. eod&w Read, read, muslin advertisement of the Golden Rule. Friday's special—see advertisement of the Golden Rule. Dancing pumps, men and youth's, Murdock's Shoe Store. The attendance at the Bee Hive's clearance sale is quite busy. Misses. Hettie Donaldson and Lottie Polk are visiting in Chicago. The Misses Magee departed yesterday to Indianapolis for a "short visit vith friends. County Surveyor Beek and George Cheney were visitors at the State apital yesterday. H. G. Tucker is able" to be out again after a week's illness. He was quite ill with malarial fever. Charley Penzell has taken a • position at C. H. Purcell's drug store a.nd will learn the drug business. Sam Murdoch, president of the natural gas plant of Lafayette, was in the city yesterday enroute to Kokomo. Pny or JOIc. Delphi Journal: John Gibbs, a saloon loafer, was murdered in Logansport Friday, by a saloon-keeper name'd Barney Klein. Gibbs played seven-up for the beer and had no-money wit] with which to pay his loss. The saloon-keeper accordingly assaulted him with a billy. Those of our citizens who so to Logansport to play "keards" for the drinks should be sure they have the price of the poison in their possession. The saloon keepers of Logansport stand no foolishness on this point. You pay for your beer or die. Logansport is getting to be a metropolitan place. Her Mayor is a regular lah-la- cooler, and her whisky dispensers a law unto themselves. GEN UIN E Red Letter Sale. It will eclipse all are former efforts. Our entire Stock of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers and fancy striped Underwear, ONE -TfllR DOFF • 1-3 From Original Price. Ladies and Gentlemen! In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear, we make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. ' (SELLING PKICES) X - NovCs .........!...$! 50 [ > &-& i oo No other preparation combines the 3 3ilire Serai Carbon Paper, IParple Semi Carbon Paper Black Semi Carbon Paper. Type Writer Stands, . Type Writer Paper, Type Writer Oil. Letter Presses. Letter Press Stands, Blotter Bath, Blotter Pads, Cloth Pads. Wilson, Humphreys & Co:, Opostte Court House. iForthe Next Four.Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for ,00 GASH. this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods, erer brought to this city ' HOOLEY, positive economy,, the peculiur merit and the medicinal power of Hood's Sarsaparilla. • 9 ' 6 Al HayVorth who went from here to Des Moines, la., about two years agt> was recently married to a young- lady of that place. M. D. Miller, representing- the rand Rapids Custom Shirt Co.. .was n the city yesterday shaking -"hands with former home friends. Mr. J. Booth who at one time was mployed in the boiler shop at .the ound house and for the past six years a resident of Peru, has moved back to Logansport. Table linens, napkins and bed spreads are going- off lively at the Bee Hive's semi-annual sale. Low prices are doing; their work. Plenty left to last through the week. The Lotus club will meet at the G A. R. hall this evening to take the regular weekly dancing lesson from Prof., J. M. Gulp. The juvenile dancing class will meet this afternoon promptly 'after school at the same place. .'-- .' Charles G-raffis finished yesterday, a beautiful bit of pen work being a memorial for the A. 0. H. of their late lamented brother, John Fitzgerald. The memorial is written with white ink on black 'paper and is a beautiful thing.. ';. ;: The new West Sife school building is rapidly approaching- completion- and it is understood can be got ready for occupancy by the first of February. This will be gratifying news to the patrons of the school who reside on the West Side. It is to be hoped tha the trustees will ;open the school a soon as it is completed, . Charlie Landis, the bright and able editor of the Delphi Journal, (in . the absence of Mr. Kicketts) has'.' retbrned from s. tour of the Pacific States and is entertaining his readers with his observations. His attempt however, to run in a cut of Mrs. Lord's ,Maxinkuckee steamboat as "a view: of San Francisco bay' 1 is reprehensible, Wm. Reeder and Robt. Smith were arraigned before Squire Smith yesterday on'the charge of stealing chickens from W. H. H. Ward. Reeder Bernar The Journal on Jan. 20th and 21st contained some statements reflecting on Bernard BUgh and the saloon of which he is proprietor with referrence to an injury inflicted by Mr. Bligh upon George Horn or some other individual. The Journal desires co do no man an injustice anp we think it only fair that after an investigation we have found that there was no foundation whatevei for tbe statement that Mr. Bligh had injured anybody or that anybody had been injured in his saloon. The rumor probably arose -from a similarity in the names of iine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers Fine all wool -scarlet shirt and drawers •' 7<; r -p, , . •**,., ........ / <j t j j iine all wool scarlet .shirt and drawers ............... '50 ' ----- ----- ••%'•Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers ............... i 00 ...... 75 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers ....... ..... 50 95 And all other lines in proportion j 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 i Price Clothier Harry Frank, Our grand distribution of Presents takes place next month, all are entitled to.it, come and see us. - : : >} City Orders bought and sold. : " ... . „_ v -••->•". 4.MT I. i U J J. LI ULUJ UqlilH^D UJ iBarney Blig-h and Barney Klein the latter having but recently been arrested for the killing of John Gibbs. ^ W.D. PRATT ^ FINE JOB PRINHNfi. 217 * 219 FOURTH ST. A Good Jiidce. 'Indianapolis News; There was a I great deal of comment yesterday afternoon and last night o'ver the action of Judge Cox in.. fining Louis I Haase $500 for insulting a young woman on the street. The Judge's severity was indorsed. The women who are compelled to make their own way in .the world and frequently have to run the gauntlet of the disreputa- | ble men who frequent the principal streets after night fall, are particularly rejoiced over the outcome of the case. It is believed the fine will be a valuable lesson to a large number of j street loafers. Haase was never in trouble before and is badly cut up over the verdict. Public InNtallatlon. Lincoln Circle No. 1., Ladies of • the I i r ,, . . . • . G. A. .R. publicly installed the foiioV- j. ast T ' OU - As not tnis statement worth,. the proving-? UEENSWEAR Costs you 20 per cent more elsewhere than McCaffrey ask you. Is not this statement worth,. the prdving? ing omcers at their regular raeeting|;0»ne. dollar out of every fiye. you. spend .for • Queenswear "a cere- p.f; .-,•, ., . .'• '. .' ' "•'.- • • • -^ - , r Wednesday. The installation cere-p.-;" .,, ."' '.' " - • -• -• ~- r by Rodney p* Wlil P a J you, and investigation naay give you pointers ^ j.1 _f? »jr _ r\ _ _«? _ i ""•".' j"w s^ Pearl Street: plead guilty and was bound over to the circuit court in the sum of $50. Not being able to pay he Vent to jail. Smith plead not guilty and will stand trial to-day^ It is said that a gang of chicken tnieves have been operating on the North ' Side and it--is" thought more arrests will follow. monies were performed Strain, post commander. Pres.— -Mrs. M. Faugh. •S. Vice Pres-—Mrs. J. Fair-man. J. Vice Pres.—Mrs. £. Frink. Treas.—Mrs. J. Corn well-. Secy.—Mrs. J Toby. Chaplain—Mrs. S.' Dillie. 'Conductor—Miss Ada Doggetl. Guard—Mrsi KateKreider. 'A. Cliansre ol Vomie, L>elphi Journal: In die case of James B. Stanley vs. William.Mabbitt, plaintiff asked for change of venue. This is the case in which' '-Buck" Stanley asks for $500, claiming that Mabbitt orally agreed to pay him this sum if he (Stanley) would arrest and bring Amer Green back to Carroll county, which sum has never been paid by Mr. Mabbitt. ._A change . was granted to" White county. Samuel GompcrN Coining- SamuelGompers, president American Federation, of Labor, the ablest labor orator of,the world, will be here to address the people on the -llth of next month. He is now : on a lecturing tour through' the United States. He will no doubt speak in che opera house, and every laboring • man siould hear this speaking whether they now are -members of organized 'labor or not. Rev. Father;Campion,- T. J. Hooley, City Clerk Taggart.and D. J. McAvoy, vent to Anderson last , evening-to institute a branch.' of the : Catholic Cnights of America at that 'place. on other of McCaffrey's prices, .Qur Queensware, 1 ; embraces eyery grade and style, and 'tis honestly repre] sented. . TINWARE Is more plentiful at McCaffrey's, and cheaper than anywhere else within your reach., : Plenty means much for it is certain to give you just what will please yon best. Price means more tor everything that is made of tin embraces a large share of household expense. This statement is worth investigating, too. i ^ WOO DEN WARE At McCaffrey's offers all in it's line that a housekeeper needs from a washboard to a churn. Thev be^t -' attd' largest, the cheapest and smallest, and all at just 1 tnV 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,.McCaftrey & Co.

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