Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 25, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 25, 1891
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•vft M TJ S LIN DAY T O D A Y ; p7i> pieces Lonsdale Bleached Muslin .... ... -I ?i ; 50 pieces Barker "Bleached Muslin. . - 7i 50 pieces Hill Bleached Muslin.... .... 7f 3 Bales Lawence L. L.... ... .... • • • • ^ v ' (jard wide and extra heavy unbleached) : Extra weight Unbleached Muslin.. Gf (tbis is usually sold for S-J- cents.) It will pay you to visit us to-day. Respectfully SCHMITT& HEFFLE Y. t i I i CALL AND SEE ME Harry G. Tucker, The Pearl Street Tailor. BEN FISHER, The Druggist iKee-ps'a ftfll "line o! Trusses. A •*• ' -_^- :-:^3}l-Fourtn Street. :-: f. LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm Mouse Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. Type Writer Supplies. . \ tittle's New Serrated Edge Type Writer Ribbons for all Machines ^ Blue Semi Cavbon Paper, E*urple Semi Carbon Paper, Black Somi Carbon Paper. Type Writer Stands, Type Writer Paper, Type Writer Oil. Letter Pressesr Letter Press Stands, Blotter Bath', Blotter Pads, Cloth Pads. Wilson, Humphreys & Co. Oposite Court House. For the Next Four Weeks • : ' •' I will sell you an elegant suit for .OO CASH, ^I dp this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city <f Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. JAN. 25. Pearl Street. Use J. B. L. Blood and .Liver Tonic. eodfcw Get a spool of Coats' thread at one cent a spool, at the Trade Palace sale George W. Prescott returned to Terre Haute after a b'rief visit in thi city. . . Misses May- and Annie Green of Dayton, O., are visiting friends in the city. Harry King of Bettsville, 0. 7 is visiting former home friends in . the city. Henry Peters, the printer, is back from Peru after a several weeks sojourn in that city. To purify Your blood Take Hood' Sartaparilla. 8 Trades' Assembly will meet to discuss a vital question this dayat2:30 p. m. Come. The park question. Mr. J. A. Coffin and family, of Richmond, is in the city the guest of his brotner-in-lBW, Capt. W. H Snider. . Mr. Jacob Hebel and daughter, Mrs, John Watters attended the funeral of John B. lluger at Lafayette at 10 o'clock yesterday. Mrs. Dr. Coleman • and • daughteiv Miss Hattie Coleman are at Mt Clemens, Mich., for the benefit of Mrs. Coleman's health.' Rev. S. W. Brown has returned from Crawfordsville and will occupy the pulpit as usual at the Christian church at the regular hours to-day. W. M. Harden, agent for the Northwestern Life Insurance Co., was called home yesterday on account of sickness in his family. He will be back in a few days. Jesse Taber has gone to Florida on a three weeks visit to an old college :hum. Miss Zoe Quaintance will take his place as court reporter during his absence. Leave your order for a suit at Otto £raus' at-once, you can take and pay 'or same any time within the next three months. Prices one-half'home taift>r charges. Table linens, napkins, towels, bed- ipreads and muslins never were sold as low, than at the Bee Hive's present clearance sale. Do not wait, but go, and get your shares. There will be services in the English Lutheran church to-day at the usual hours, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. . A :ordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. The '-Chimes of Normandy" chorus is indulging in a thorough course of practice at the free reading room on Pearl street and are getting the pretty opera down about right. The Bee Hive dry goods house is one of the few business houses that never experience any dull trade. You may drop in the store any time of day, week or month, and the store is always .crowded. x The three-year-old son of John Miller, of Clinton township, fell from a table Friday evening and sustained very serious injuries. It fractured, the thigh bone below the right hip, also dislocating the hip. The ceremony of blessing the beautiful American 'flag recently presented to St. Bridget's Council C. B. L., by the Ladies auxilliary will take place at St. Bridget's' church at 7:30 this evening, Rev. .Father Walters, of Lafayette,- officiating. "The loaded piec<j of ' rubber hose and the loaded bottle, or saloonism and crime in- the light of God's •word" willbe."the subject of .Pastor Putnam's sermon this morning at- the First Presbyterian church. '.'. The subject of the "evening sermon will be "Knowing by Doing." All welcome^ to these services." KNIGHTS OF THE GRIP. point* JPerwonal and OtlierwlNe Concerning: tlio-"DrumincrH"-nnA Jbogaiinport Post F., T. F. A. Will Uhl is the- first member of tbe Indiana division to receive any benefit from the accident insurance feature which went into effect recently. Mr. Uhl is good for seven and half week's pay from the benefit fund. Billy Stewart met with quite a serious accident Friday which will probably lay him up for a week or two. When alighting 1 from an early morning train at Kokomo, his foot slipped from the icy steps and he was thrown violently against a railing and rendered temporarily helpless. He was brought home and although suffering considerable inconvenience, with good care will be himself again in a few- days. Jo Snell, of the firm of Snell & Cline Indianapolis, has sold his interest to Mr. Cline and associated himself with a large wholesale dry goods and notion house of Chicago, as traveling salesman. ' Success Jo. .The C. T. A., last week, by a large vote, at their meeting at Indianapolis, expressed their displeasure at the action of the President and Postmaster- General for appointing a man postmaster at Oswego New York, who had said a year or two ago, that the average traveling man was- a meance to society. The T. P. A. did the same thing last May in its State.convention at Lafayette. Post !•'. Logansport, is the baby post of the .State; yet it leads in mem bership. Post A, Fort Wayne, comes next. PostE, Lafayette, third, and Post B, Indianapolis, fourth. Post F, will increase its membership largely within sixty days. The Texas division is the banner State division with a membership of 295. The T. P. A. increased 00 percent. in membership during the last three months, 'and the good work has just bsgun. The Indiana division" quadrupled its membership from Oct. 1, : 90 to Jan 1,'91, How is that? Post A took in more members in October than any other month. Post B. the greatest number in August, Post B in December and Post F in November. The insurance feature of the T. P. A. is a success and will hold the membership together. Less than a wsek after the insurance feature .went into effect all but two State divisions had renewed aad they will complete their reorganization before Feb. 1. The W abash railway sells week end tickets from Decatur to St. Louis.. Mr. Pottlitzer of Post E Lafayette, chairman of the railroad committee, will endeavor to secure tke sale of week end tjjkets on tbe same road from Decatur to Toledo. This will be of direct benefit to all members and posts along the line of this popular route. $10.000 IS THE PRICE Of Barney Klein's Temporary Liberty —He Cannot FumlMh O»c Amount of Bond. Tlic Preliminary Hearing of Klein Before the Mayor Yesterday ITIornliitf- Yesterday morning when '..Barney Klein was • told -at the ~ jail that he would have'his preliminary hearing in the Mayor's court, he discovered that his joints had been so set upon by rheumatism that it was impossible for him to walk down to the police court and a cab was called, and .Barney was taken under strict guard 1 ; to the place of his trial. Just eight d-ays before he was active enough and no twinge of rheumatism held back the", arm which dealt the deadly- blows to John Gibbs. The preliminary trial before Mayor Cullen brought out no additional facts on the case. The State had a number of witnesses present and Prosecuting Attorney McGrcevy subjected them to a- rigid examination, covering about the same ground covered by the Coro- nor. No evidence was offered by the defense. Mr. McGreevy made a strong argument for the state and urged that the offense was one that would not admit ;he prisoaer to bail and insisted that Klein be remanded to jail without oa.il. M. D. Pansier, for the defense, made a strong appeal for his client and maintained that the prisoner hould not be held in bail in a sum to exceed f 1;000. The Mayor fixed the amount of bond at $10,000 and the prisoner was taken back to jail. As the Grand Jury Vill convene Monday when an indictment will. be returned againslj Klein, the defense made no ipecial effort to'secure the bail, although it was said that Michael Wagner, the prisoner's brother-in-law was ready to act as security for the amount. . Nothing was done however, in .the matter and Barney Klein will pend his second Sunday in the .jail to-day. GENUINE Red Letter Sale. It will eclipse all are former efforts. Our entire Stock,of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers' and fancy striped Underwear. ONE-THIRD Q;FF 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. (SEIXING TRICES) SNOW.-- '' $1 13" 1 00 75 57 _ 38 75 25 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers f 1 5'0 Fine all wool scarlet shirt anddrawers ;.;''! 25 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 1 00 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 75 Fine all wool scarlet shirt anddrawers 00 Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers '. .'. 1 00 Heavy while 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 Price Clothier Harry Frank, Logansport and Delphi Our grand distribution of Presents takes place next month, all are entitled to it, come and see us. : ,, ; City Orders bought and sold. W.D. PRATT •**. FINE JOB PRINTING 217 5 219 FOURTH ST. UEENSWEAR 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 ^Queenswear 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 repre/ sented. ' ' * s TINWARE Is more plentiful at McCaffrey's, and cheaper than any- \ where else within your reach. Plenty means much for 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. . : WOO DEN WARE At McCaffrey's offers all in it's line that a housekeeper needs from a washboard to a churn. The bestsapjClh: largest, the cheapest and smallest, and all at just the 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. McCaffrey & Co. *• *4,*«-<"f» i *'W"t' U.W-A -

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