Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 6, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, February 6, 1891
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Without Question Our Spring Importation of Plain and Fancy Woven Black Dress Goods, which we opened yesterday, is the Handsomest and most Complete Stock ever shown in this city. You are requested to come and see the styles. The prices are right. Yours Truly, S CHMITT& HEFFLE Y. GOLDEN RULE. J A C 0 B H E R Z r . - - --H •'..-.•. The Liberal Tailor is willing to r ' Divide his Profits With his patrons in the following manner: I will open a new measure book the 1st of Feb. and on every 15th suit measure, suit not to be less than 130.00. the t ' ' ' customer is presented with an .00 Pair of Pants Gratis, Providing he is a cash customer. Same offer to stand for '3 months. Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 6. CALL AND SEE ME Harry GK Tucker, The Pearl Street Tailor. BEN FISHER, The Druggist. "Keeps a full line of Trusses. " :-: 311 Foiirth Street. :-: LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER&RAUCH 42O Broadway. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for 5.00 CASH. do this to make room for the finest line of Spring G-oods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Pearl SStreet. See the Baxaai-'s show window. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w See the elegant new carpets at the Trade Palace. Muslin underderwear at the Trade Palace shis week. "Krow Printa," black Henriettas, at the Golden Rule. Black dress goods, new, just opened, at the Golden Rule. William Allen and Addie S. Mason are licensed to wed. Mrs. Otto A. Kraus has issued cards for a ladies party Monday evening. Gn to the Trade Palace for bargains in remnants of dress g-oods to close. C. B. Landis of the Delphi Journal, was in the city yesterday afternoon. Get some of those bargains in remnants of velvets to-day at the Trade Palace. A merry crowd of young people from the city drove out to the home of Charles Baker west of town Wednes day night and passed a very pleasant evening. John Brennan sold yesterday to John L. Maurice a Hambletonian colt which is a beauty and promises to develop grandly. The consideration was more than $200. An enterprising Peru clothier- promises to pay the marriage license fee of all prospective bridegrooms in Miami county, provided the young men purchase their outfits from him. The five-weeks-old child-of Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Newport died Wednesday night at 10 o'clock at their home on Clifton avenue, North Side. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Charley Connoroe who for some time has studied in the office of Dr. Ballard has gone to Chicago to remain having taken a position in the Cook county hospital. Chai-ley's friends wish him success. Idaville Observer: Logansport holds two chicken thieves in jail and let two murderers loose on bail. It is money that turns the key, and chicken roosts must ..be , protected, whether human life is safe or oot. W. H.. Jacks has returned from a few weeks visit at Cincinnati. He has not entirely regained his health which was quite poorly when betook a leave of absence from' his duties as court cleric and departed for a trip of recuperation'. Now in earnest in dress goods, Lanes- downs in evening shades, black, also the new thing this season, price $1.25 a yard, just as cheap as any city in the United .^States. See our bargains in remnants of dress goods and.velels •this week.. Cheap.—Trade Palace. Miss Nina Sellers was pleasantly surprised by a large party of her friends at her home on Spear street Wednesday night. The party was in masquerade and many picturesque costumes were noted. Cards and dancing.were indulged, in and choice tefreshments were served. William Grimes, an) old and highly respected citizen of New \Yaverly, die'd Wednesday night aged' 75 years. The deceased had long been identified with that region and his death, removes a pioneer. .He leaves two grown children. The funeral-will be held to-day from the ''family residence. Burial in the Odd Fellows' cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. James Foley and-'.Mrv- and Mrs. Pat Burns went to Delphi Supreme Court 15,835 C. St. L. & P. Railroad Company et. • al. vs. Sophia Eisert. Cass C. C. Reversed. Olds, C. J. (I) Where a railroad company was given a license to use a certain street for railroad purposes, which license was followed by proceedings to appropriate such portion of the street granted to it by the license, and by which license and proceedings the right of the company to use the street i was limited so as not .to allow the line of the track to be laid nearer than fifteen feet from the curbstone, the tracks to be so laid as not to unnecessarily obstruct the travel upon and use of the street, such railroad company can not afterward lawfully put down a track within eight feet of the curb, fifteen inches above the grade, which track would obstruct the street, and cut off the ingress and ogress of a property-owner adjacent to the street, endanger the property and the lives of the owner; the injury being of an irreparable character the property owner would be entitled to .an injunction. (2) Where the license and appropriation preceding fixed the right of the railroad to lay • 'the line of the railroad" to within fifteen fe'et of the curb, and did not limit their use of such portion of the street to one track, such railroad might lawfully lay another track within the limit, and in the manner required in the license, the outer rail of which track was fifteen feet from the •-curb as the "line of the railroad" as used meant the line of the outer rail. 15,665. .Traveler's Insurance Company vs. Sina Martin. Cass C. C. Appelee's motion to dismiss appeal overruled. If Keeves' opera bouft'e company will come back here most any time during the remainder of this season they will be greeted by a paying crowd, something, by Lhe way, they did not have last night. The play in itself is a pleasing satire or ftunods great opera of Faust and as played by the meritorious company last evening furnished amusement for every one. The action of the play was spirited and full of lively wit while a number of excellent soags added a zest to the thing. Happy Dick Turner's funny business was very good and he was closely seconded by C. B. Ward as Seible. The glove contest between these two 1 in the last act was one of the funniest bits of business seen on the stage here in a long time. Charles Osborne was a cigarette sinok ing Ah-ha ing Mephisto of good form. Miss May Duryea as Margurite was a charming soubrette with a strong .and remarkably pleasing voice and Miss Victoria Castellan's Martha was good. The ballet corps was not large as to numbers, but made up in grace and action what was lacking in force. The balance of the company was capable. Altogether the performance was good and deserved a- better house than it received. 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 OFF 1-3 From Original Price Ladies and Gentlemeii! In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear, we, make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. ' .- (SELLING PRICES) NOW. Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers .$1 50 ' $1 13 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 1 25 1 00 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 1 00 75 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 75 57 ' Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers 50 38 Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers 1 00 75 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers 50 ' ! 25 And all other lines in proportion This is less than Manufacturers prices and less than you can buy thepi 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, Logansp ffl Our grand distribution of Presents takes place next month, all are entitled to it, come and see us. City Orders bought and. sold. 16, OO O Letters go to the Dead Letter Office Every day and most of them are destroyed by the government. NATIONAL LETTER RETURN STAMPS, 1. ILL use la In AViifliiliKtou Society. Washington Herald: Mrs. Spiuola's Tuesdays at the Arlington haue been very popular during the season. Last Tuesday she was assisted by Mrs. W. D. Owen, Mrs. Queen, and Mrs. Berry, guest of Mrs. Carlisle, and several most charming young ladies, Miss Stockdale, Miss Lucille Wyard, Mrs. Spinola's protege: Miss Noyes, Miss Docker, and Miss Townsend. Mr?. Spinola wore a regal black velvet gown, with black lace roiling tbepink moire petticoat. Diamonds glittered in her corsage and in her hair. This costume is one of the handsomest reception dresses ever imported. Mrs. Owen, of Indiana, wore black brocade and lace front drapery. Mrs. Queen and Mrs. Berry each wore French gray cloth house gowns — rery stylish. Miss Stockdale was in white. Miss Docker in white net over white moire, add Miss Townsend in yellow silk imported gown, with purple chrysanthemums. Miss Noye's gown was of gray cloth, with pink garniture, and Miss Wyard's green tulle, trimmed with poopies, INSURING THE SAFE RETURN Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every class of people under "air, circumstances at any place and at any time. Endorsed by the' Post Office Officials and by all who are using the stamps. For sale by Wilson, Humphreys & Co., yesterday to attend the funeral of their relative John Roach, -who died at Deadwood, Dakota a few days ago. The deceased had many friends in tbis ity. ,He.was formerly -a prominent citizen;of Delphi, but 6f later, years was engaged in the lumber' business at Deadwood where he died. Resolutions of BVspect. Whereas, It has pleased our •loving- Father,, who doetb all things well, to call from our temple our faithful' and devoted sister, Emma Skinner, whose purity, love and fidelity had bound her to us by ties that separation can nofrsever, and Whereas, By her death her parents have lost a loving and dutiful daughter, her busband a devoted, wife, her son a fond mother", her , brothers a cherished'sister and Diana temple a sister. whose memory time cannot efface, therefore be it Kesplved, That Diana Tern pie No. 30 Pythian Sisters, extend to the bereaved ones our deepest sympathy in these their saddest hours. Resolved,, That these resolutions be placed on our records and published in the:daily papers and a copy sent to the family. ISABELLA CRAMER, DOKA LAIRD, INEZ HOFFMANN, Committee. THOSE PINK SAGES Trusts, rings, combinations — anything to advance prices on a commodity— never helped the man who had. to buy it in the least. V'e are here to help the man •who has to buy an article — and that's the reason, for 'our; pink flour sacks. • • Our own brand "Snow Ball" in these pink sacks was put on the market because we are friends , of the consumer. We did it to defeat the millers who fix the retail* price on flour higher than it should be. A hundred pounds of "Snow Ball" flour costs you just ".Listed," as the brokers; say, at 100 doses one dollar,"' 'Hood's Sarsaparilla is always a fair equivalent for the pi-ice. • 4 ' See the bargains in table linens and crashes, . towels and ' napkins, tbis week.—Trade Palace. Those whom we oppose by selling at this price will say our quality is not as good as their's. Natural that they should say so — but we guarantee it equal to any flour made. Those who have used it are delighted with it, Those who have not can. prove its quality in this way: — Try a first sack, and if you do not find it equal to, the best, we'll buy it back, less the first baking, at just the price you paid us for the whole. \ ''A costly guarantee if it is not the best, lor last week we sold 10,500 Pounds. "Snow Ball" is made from selected wheat, ''ground in -a way that makes it the finest flour offered in Logansport. The price will please consumers. Others^ we do not cater to. M. McCaffrey <fc Co. , ,,^,-f .-^,i .^^ri^....^^.—

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