Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 7, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, February 7, 1891
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Without Question Spring Importation of Plain and Fancy Woven Black Dress G-oo.ds, 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: Tne prices are right. - Yours Truly ; Tin: Legislative floramluec MaRe the Aniiunl Inspection of (lie- Con- •', dltlon of the Northern Asylum. SCHMITT& HBFFLB Y •.; ,.»•* GULDEN RULE. & I i & r JA COB H E R Z .* ''^^ ' f: The Liberal Tailor is willing to 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 $30.00, the 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. SATURDAY MOUSING, FEB. 7. CALL AND SEE ME Harry Gr. Tucker, I- Tlie Pearl Street Tailor, The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes. CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER &RAUCH, 42O Broadway. £3! the Next Four Weeks I "will sell you an elegant suit for .00 CASH. ^ I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, The % JPearl 'Street Lots of new goods at the Bee Hive. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eodfcw .The towel sale at the Bee Hive is booming-. See Otto's three and four dollar suits for men, regular price just double. The Bee Hive will have a sale this morning; 500 dozen boys and girls fast black hose at ten cents .a pair for all sizes'. All those paying theii' accounts between ndw and February 20th, are entitled in our. distribution of $125 worth of presents. d&\v Appollo Lodge K. P. inducted nine applicants into the mysteries of the first degree of the order and three in the second degree last night. The ladies open their eyes in astonishment, they expect to pay $5 and $5 for button shoes, but during continuance of sale $3.75 is the price. The engagement of Elmer E.Vance's Limited Mail company hero next Wednesday is much talked of by local theater goers and a packed house will greet the company. • Five hundred pieces fine Scotch ginghams, latest spring styles on display this morning at the ever .busy; Bee Hive. Price 121 cents per yard; Warranted fast colors. There will be a Sabbath school convention at the Presbyterian church in Bethlehem township on Saturday, Feb. 14, .1831, at 2 o'clock, and also 7 o'clock p^to. Everybody cordially invited. O.'P. Smith, general organizer of the A. F. of L. will go to Ft. Wayne on the 9th inst. and address a meeting of Journeymen, Tailors and endeavor to organize a tailor's union in the Summit city. - • • Dr. Frank Overholser went to Chicago last evening where he expects to indulge for • some - days • in a much needed rest. The patrons of the office will find«his father, Dr. D. L. Overholser in. attendance. At Lafayette Thursday night one of the ward schools burned to the ground together with all its contents. The school building was in a suburb which does not enjoy the 'privilege of fire protection and hut little could be done to save the building. The loss was about $9,000, The police of Kokomo- made a descent on the gambling houses at that, place Wednesday night. They visited a half dozen places but only found two persons, one above the Stag saloon and one - above -the Office saloon. Mayor Kirkpatrick has issaed an edict against the gambling fraternity. Richmond Palladium: Henry Heitbrink of Logarisport, returned home last night, from a .short but very pleasant .visit to friends in this city Mrs. A. H. .Rosenstock, of Logansport, arrived last evening on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, and numerous other friends in this city. The Journal is the best advertising medium in the city. Yesterday afternoon Mr. George W. Lucy left an advertisement fora ' lost dog with Mr. Bert Walter, the dramatic • editor and counting room superintendent. A telephone message at seven o'clock announced the return home of the dog, ' The report given in .Friday morning's Journal of'the masquerade -sur-. The Legislative Committee appointed to inspect the condition of the •State charitable institutions arrived yesterday at noon to make the annual inspection of our own admirable institution, the Northern Indiana hospital for the insane at Long Cliff. Upon the arrival of the committee, Dr. Rogers, Superintendent of the asylum, escorted the visitors to the, Johnston house and after enjoying an excellent dinner the crowd stepped into waiting carriages and was whirled away to the beautiful Cliff. The committee and friends of the members was a.s follows: Chairman of the Senate committee, George A. Byrd; Chairman of the House committe, S. R. Moon; A. A. Adams and wife, T. M. Kyle and son, J. C.'« Calvert, M. M. Kilgore, J. F. Gent, J. L. Doll, Luther ' McDowell, Oscar Lee, Thomas Kevin, Mo igan Chandler, J. D. Morgan, G. H. Hobson and neice, F. M. Griffith, A. G. Halcomb and wife, Daniel Foley and sister, Wm. Kennedy, T. E. Boyd, wife and daughter, G. H. Thomas, Win. T. Mannix and wife, P. H. Percot, Charles E, Weber, Alex. Johnson, Miss ' Kate Duffield and door keeper F. D. Haimbaugh. On the arrival of the party, which was swelled by the addition of a number of gentlemen from the city, at the hospital the hospitality of this model State institution was tendered its guests and nothing was left undone which would add to their comfort or convenience. The party of inspection was conducted through the numerous departments of the vast institution, Dr. Rogers explaining every minutiaof the arrangement and conduct of the place. The ladies of the party following in the train of the dignified Senators and Representatives gained an equally comprehensive knowledge of the institution through the guidance of the courteous and affable Dr. Frank Wynn. Every department, every ward of the . hospital was inspected, and the scrupulous cleanliness and neatness together with .the most admirable system and discipline uotic- able on every hand elicited the warmest words of praise from the visitors. , After the trip of inspection was com- pleted'the party sat down to an elegant luncheon over which Mrs. Superintendent Rogers presided with charming grace. After supper the visitors 'enjoyed themselves .socially in the parlors of the Administration building until eight o'clock when they were escorted to the elegant little theater and ball room in connection with the institution to wit- .ness the weekly dance and entertainment given, to the patients, many of the visitors Jparticipating in the enjoyment af the dance with the unfortunate inmates. a The party returned to the city 4ast night and stopped at the Johnston house. The committee will go on to Ft. Wayne this morning to inspect the condition of the State institution for feeble minded youth. .The asylum now has slightly over four hundred inmates every ward being crowded, but so excellent is the system maintained that the'excess is taken care of without- much difficulty. Improvements are being made on the grounds as rapidly and in such manner' as the trustees can afford to . ** ' do. The hospital is greally, in need of funds, and it is•• thought that the present Legislature will be able to do something toward relieving the condition of the institution. NECK BROKEN. G E N U I N E Red Letter Sale . It will eclipse all are former efforts. Our entire Stock of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers and fancy striped Underwear, , ' : u , ONE- THIRD OFf; 1-3 From Original Price . , j tu ^ Ladies and Gentlemen! In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear,; we"> make the most gigantic reduction ever .quoted here. ' ,-' Fine 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 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers Fine all wool fancy shirt and'drawers ...... ......... 1 00 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers ............ 50 (SELLING PRICES) $1 50 1 25 ,..100 . ... 75 50 NOW. $1 13 1 00 75 57 38 75 25 And all other lines in proportion This is less than Manufacturers prices and less than you can buyjtheai at Auction for its done toapaake 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 ana Delphi Our grand distribution of Presents takes place ; nexjt month,, all are entitled to it, come and see us. ; •; City Orders bought and sold, : ; ^,11 : , 1'6,-c o o ;.h Letters .go'to'the Dead Letter Office Every day and most of them are destroyed by the government. Sl. III. HSR 1 NATIONAL LETTER RETURN STAMPS, RETURN .'Assccni ioy • .CHIC AGO i! INSURING THE SAFE RETURN • •, •-.- c Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every class of people.under all circumstances at any place and at any time. Endorsed by .the'Poet Office Officials and by all who are using the stamps. For sale by Wilson, Humphreys & Co., Charles IV. Simon* JiiKtantly Killed by a Fall From a JLonA of Kay. prise party given in honor of Miss Nina Sellers at her home on • Spear street Feb. 4, is. incorrect. It was a masquerade and- .some very picturesque costumes were'noted but •-there, was. no card playing 1 , nor dancing 1 indulged in. ... Yesterday afternoon Charles W. Simons was accidently killed on*- the farm of Orlando Powell in Bethlehem township. He had taken .a load of hay on a small spring wagon and in turning- to leave the "barnyard was thrown, or .'slipped from the load. He fell upon his head and his neck was instantly broken. Mr. Simons was THOSE PINK SACKS Trusts, riogs, 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 "fii/* the retail price on flour higher than it should be, A hundred pounds of "Snow .Ball" flour costs yon just seventy-five years of li-ved 'in Bethlehem age. He has township near Metea' about four years.. The funeral will be held Sunday .afternoon. The Logansport polo team returned yesterday from Richmond where they I played two : games of polo. The game Thursday night resulted in a score of 4 to 2 against them. The boys'de- clare that 'they '. never received better treatment in their lives., than at the hands of the people of Richmond and that both games were hotly contested.. "It leads them all," is th'e general reply of druggists when asked about the merit or 'sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla. "5 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' ju>ti the price you paid us for the whole. A costly guarantee if it is not the best, tor last week we sold 10,500 Pounds. '"Snow Ball" is made from selected wheat } • ground in a way that makes it the -finest flour Coffered in Logansport; The price will please consumers. Otlhers>.we do not cater to. M. McCaflrey & Co.

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