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February 8, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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e Offer This Week THE FOLLOWING SHADES: Grpet. Crow, Gray, Drab, Heliotrorie, Corn-flower, Black, Maliogony, Brown, Blue, Mode, Red. Lizzard, Creme, and all-wool side band, Dress G-oods, . 42 and 44 INCHES WIDE, AT Ppr "Yam! j JLUL 1(1111. These Goods are ReaUy Worth and $1.50 Per Yard! You must see them to appreciate the value. Come early to Secure First Choice. These goods are bouarht at a great sacrifice, and make this startling cut to inaugurate the s*ale ol our . NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS, Which comprises all the new goods, such as Wool Snrrahs, Wniocords. Tamise, Bradford suitings, Camelhair checks, Mohair brocades, Berlin twills, Barnabys, G-lorias, and a very handsome line of Scotch, English and French Pattern Suits. You will be Pleased to look through our Complete line and we cordially inyite inspection. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. 4 I* P ; J A C 0 B H E R Z T&e 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 ]5ih 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 SUNDAY MORNING. FEB. 8. The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Pure ' Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. For--the. Next Four Weeks ' - : I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO GASH. I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to this city p T HOOLEY The Tailor, I . u. 11V/ w J-iJ-J 1. f 323j..Pearl< istrwt Spring style hats just received. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Porcelain inlays, at Clark's Dental office. Dr. S. S. Clark, Dentist, 300 Mar-' ket street. Linen collars, 5 cents, and cuffs, ^0 cents, at Otto's. See the new carpets and draperies, at the Trade Palace. Teeth extracted, without pain, -at Clark's Dental office. Natural gas bills are now due for the month of February. . Five dollar sets of teeth at reduced- rates at Clark's Dental, office. Overalls, 25 cents; jeans pants, 35 cents, and all wool jeans, $1, at Otto's, of course. The only place in town to get gold crown and bridge work, .at Clark's Dental office. .:; Thousands of bargains now at the Trade Palace in remnants of dress goods and velvets. Does your parlor need papering? If so, see H. Wiler , & Co. Our styles and prices will please you. Measures taken to-morrow for special's in spring .wraps for misses and children, at the Bee Hive. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hendee; of Jackson, Michigan are visiting their son S. H. Hendee at 1132 High street. Hon. D. P. Baldwin delivers-a lecture this afternoon to the students of the State University at Bloomington. No other preparation combines the positive economy, the peculiur merit and the medicinal power . of Hood's Sarsaparilla. . 6 Full dress satin striped ..open front shirts, 75 cents, puff >tecks and four- in-hand scarfs', worth 50 and 75 cents, for 25 cents. •: • The Bee Hive had a big. run on hosiery yesterday. Same sale will be continued to-morrow; fast black hose,' all sizes, 10 cents a pair. The Journal is in receipt of a postal card bearing this inscription not signed: "Send my paper to Camden, Carvoll county, Ind." ? The writer will no doubt be disappointed in.not getting his paper, but the absence of anything by which he can be identified will necessitate disappointing him. A TIC flM OF HIS CLOTHES. Chart' 1 * Sayer Indulges in u Fond DeAlre lor a New Suit of Clotlu H. He net* Hie CIolhcK, but Xhcy Get Him Into Trouble and. Into JalJ—A Bit <>(' Forgery. J. W. Shinn and Detective Silas Morgan returned from Wabash. last evening having in custody Charles Sayer, a young man whose too great fondness for, dress has precipitated him into trouble of an very grave character. He stepped from the train) manacled and was conducted to the county jail where he is at present ruminating over the hard fate which has brought him hither. Last Monday a young man stepped into Harry Frank's clothing store and presented the following order to Mr. James Shinn; the head salesman. "Give John Bailey goods to the amount of $18 and charge to my account." . W. N. CARNEY. " Mr. Shinn knowing.that Mr. Carney, the well known dairy man, had in his employ a man by the name of Bailey honored the order and the holder of it was soon fitted out in the best $18 outfit in the house. It afterwards dawned on Mr. Shinn that the order was not exactly regular and he sent word to Mr. Carney to call at the store. This did on Thursday and Mr. Carney u-pon being shown the order immediately pronounced the same a forgery, but declared that his man Bailey was not guilty. Jim drove out to see Bailey and he declared that he knew nothing of the matter. This left Jirn without a clue to work on but upon describing the sort of a man who got the clothes Bailey said that Charles Sayer wtio worked for Simon Fariow in Noble township answered the description fairly well. Jim came back to town, placed his case before the grand jury and secured an indictment and warrant for bis man then went to Farlow's home. He was here told that Sayer had departed on Tuesday fo Wabash on a visit to his former horne : also that he had just such a suit of new clothes a was obtained oc the fraudulen order. Yesterday morning at 2:55 Mr. Shinn and Detective Morgan wen to Wabash and made dUigent search for their man assisted by the officers at that place. They were unsuecess ful, however, and Shinn and Morgan were almost ready to give up the search in that quarte'r and come back. While sitting in a hotel waiting for their train Jim saw young Sayer pass. He and Morgan rushed out, and the story is told. Sayer vehemently denied the charge but the clothes and ha1 with Mr. Frank's trade mark on them were on his person and his protestations were unavailing. He was brought to Logansport and placed in jail.. His preliminary hearing will probably be held to-morrow. Charles Sayer is about 22 years of age and had been working for Simon Fariow for the past 7 months. His home is at Wabash and he is said to be related to Hon. Warren G. Sayer, ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives.' The officers at Wabash had previously had trouble with him and knew him well. It is said that a year or two ago he was very badly mixed up .in a horse stealing job up there and had been- keeping clear of Wabash since. This is the third time since Mr. Shinn has been at Frank's that people have attempted crooked work there and in each case. Jim has succeeded in landing his man in jail. He is feeling rather complacent over . his last skillful piece'of detective work. -— » Prize JEs*ay. Hon. D. P. Baldwin has offered a prize of $100 for the best" essay written by any student in actual attendance not less than two terms, and a member of any Indiana college during 1891, upon the subject, "the Merits and Defects of the McKinley Tariff- Act of 1890." The essay .will be limited to four hundred words;, thirteen months' time will be given for preparation, and it will be presented to the president of the college to which the student belongs on or before March 1, 1892. The president of each college will appoint a • committee ' to decide upon two: of 'the best essays submitted by his institution, and'a final decision will be had through a committee of eminent non-residents "of Indiana;^ the decision to be made by the 1st of June, 1892, so that the award to the. successful student can follow during commenee- ment week. Partisanship will be disregarded in deciding upon, the merits of the essays .submitted; ladies will he .permitted te compete, and the successful essay will'be given, to the public through the newspapers and magazines. Judge Baldwin hopes by this means to secure a valuable contribution to the tariff literature of the 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 OFF 1-3 From Original Price Ladies and Gentlemen! ' i v - • 'i In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear/ wfe make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. \ (,; (SELLING PKICES) 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 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers ....... ' ..... ". Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers 00 75 ".50 00 .50 NOW. $1 13 1 00 75 57 . (38. "' ,"o' •• 25 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 Frice Clothier. Harry Frank, Logansport and Delphi. Our grand distribution of Presents takes place next month, all are entitled to it, co.me and see us. City Orders bought and sold. 16, O O O Letters goto the Dead Letter Office Every day and most of them are destroyed by the government. NATIONAL LETTER • RETURN STAMPS, § |A5SOClATlpJ . ; _ CHICAGO i! INSURING THE SAFE RETIJftN Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every class of people under all circumstances at any place and at any time. Endorsed by the Eost Office Officials and by all who are using the stamps. For sale by • Wilson, Humphreys & THOSE Trusts, rings, combinations—anything to' advance prices on a commodity-—never helped the man who 'had to buy it in the least. Ware here to help the 1 jomn who has to buy an article—and that's the reason for our pink flour sacks. . . \ " , . Our own brand "Snow "Rail" 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 Those whom we oppose by selling at this price \\ill ay 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 ihisway: — Try a first sack, and if you do not find it equal to, the best, we'll buy it back, less the first baking, adjust, 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 n a way. that makes it the finest flour offered in Logansport. The priced will please consumers. Others' we do not cater to, M. McCaffrey & Co. Js-,