Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 10, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 10, 1891
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We Offer This Week THE FOLLOWING SHADES: G-reet. Crow, G-ray, Drab, Heliotrope, Corn-flower, Black, Mahogony, Brown, Blue, Mode, Red. Lizzard, Creme, and all-w.ool side band, Dress Goods, 42 and 44 INCHES WIDE, AT : • 50c and 75c Per Yard! These Goods are Really Worth $1.00 and $1.50 iW Yard! You must see them to appreciate the value. Come early to Secure First Choice. Tnese goods are bought at a great sacrifice, and make this startling cut to inaugurate the sale ol our NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS, Which comprises all the new goods, such as Wool Surrahs, Witrocords. Tamise, Bradford suitings, Camelhair checks, Mohair brocades, Berlin twills, Barnabys, Glorias, and a very handsome line of Scotch, English and French Pattern Suits. You'will be Pleased to look through our Comolete line and we cordially invite inspection. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. J A COB H E R Z The Liberal Tailor is willing to D i v i d e h i s P r o fi t s With his -patrons in the following manner: I will pen a new measure book the 1st ofFefy and on every v!5th suit measure, suit not to be less than $30.00, the tri, ' ^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. TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 10. y. 'he Best on Earth Ben Fisher's IPure Baking Powder r' 311 Fourth Street. iFor the Next Four Weeks I fr £-„ if I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.O6 CASH I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to this city J. H001EY, .:Peari istreet. Use J. B. .L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Natural gas bills are now due for the month of February. C. F. Eiserlo has resigned his position at Jos.Seiter's and will go to Chicago and from'there to Brooklyn A big- lot of-' Coon & Go's collars to close out at 12J cents each. We don't want them.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. Misses Setta Amsley and Nellie Fanschnett,, of Peru, are visiting- in the city the guests of Miss Mollie McTaggart. A big- lot of Coon & Go's celebrated collars to close out at 121- cents eaoh, worth 20 cents, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. ' Ten thousand five hundred pounds a week, our sales on Snow Ball flour. That is how we can. sell it at $2.35 per hundred.—McCaffrey. & Co. Mrs. Kobert McElhaney and daughter of Detroit, formerly residents of this city, are visiting here the guests of Mrs. Hicks on Market street. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, 'Gustave' Atmus, of the West Side, died Sunday at 11:30 o'clock and will be buried to-day at 2 o'clock. Mr. John G. Fender returned to his home in New York yesterday after a few weeks pleasant visit, the guest .of. his brother George W. Fender, Esq. Mr and Mrs. Ed Tworney are rejoicing over .the-advent .into their home of a girl baby, as are also Mr. and Mrs. George Earley. . Both little strangers arrived yesterday. The dance given by the Carleton club last evening in the G. A. R.'- hall was quite a swell affair, and '•' was attended by about thirty couples. Prof. Fornoffs orchestra furnished the music, and several vocal selections 'by Clarence Bennett and the Carleton quartette were much admired. The entertainment given, by the pupils of St. Joseph's academy Satur- day'night and continued last night, to be repeated to-night, has attracted large crowds at each ' performance and is proving highly entertaining and interesting. The proceeds of the same will be:applied onHhe fund', for the nev,' school house in: contemplation by the parish. . ..• , THE'STATE LAW MAKEBS. Only Twelve Bill* Hitvc H.:cn by the licg Of the nine hundred bills introduced this season, but twelve have become laws, after having passed both, bouses and signed by the Governor. They were the following: Mi 1 . Harrell's Appropriating-$110,000 for the expenses of the General Assembly. Mr. Claypool's: , To legalize the sale of certaiu lands, sold and conveyed by the Board of Commissioners of Fayette county. Mr. Leyden's: Regulating to the time of holding courts in the fifty-second circuit. Mr. Bryant's: To legalize the incorporation of the town of Patoko, Gibson county. Mr. Fippen's: Directing the Auditor of State to make and' deliver a deed to certain land in Tipton county to Luther H. Mott. Mr. Sleeper's: Legalizing the acts' of the Board of Trustees and the incorporation of the town of Knightstown, Henry county. Mr. Oppenheim's: Amending the act for the settlement of decedent's estates. Senator E wing's: To legalize the incorporation of the town of West- pert, Deeatur county. Senator Fulk's: Fixing the time of holding court in the Tenth judicial circuit. Mr. Griffith's: Defining the Fifth and Seventh judicial circuits, and fixing the time of holding court.—Indianapolis News. Somti Rare Coin*. Among the effects of the late Mr. Cole, of Peru, father of Mrs. George B. Forgy, were a lot of old United States coins which Mr. Cole hail ac- cummulated through along and active business life. Tnis bag of coins Mrs. Cole turned over to Master Glen Forgy. The Indianapolis Sunday Journal contained a n otice of a dollar of 1795, for which a Keokuk, Iowa, man was offered ,*400 by a coin collector, the offer being refused. This paragraph attracted Mr. Forgy's eye and he looked over the collection of coins finding among them an excellently preserved dollar of that date 1795. He is now waiting for an offer of §400 for .the coin. In this collection, was a very rare cent of 1787, two dollars of 1798. two of 1799, one of 1842. one oft '47, a half cent of 1795, of 1S10 and of 1803, a quarter of 1806, a dime of '21, a half cent of '1803 and other denominations TheJveokuck, Iowa news item has evidently stirred up another coin collector in Indiana, as the Indianapolis News oHast evening stated that a Thorntown man had in his coir .lection a dollar of 1795. There are a number of fine collections-of rare coins' in Logansport. They Will Contest Ihe Point. The proposed removal of the county capital from Crown Point to Hammond is arousing a bitter fight in Lake county, and there is a general protest from those interested in Crown Point against the bill now pending in the Legislature with that ultimate object in view. It is claimed that new public buildings have been erected at Crown Point within Ihe past six years,- involving an expenditure^ over $105,000, and tbat.new buildings at Hammond will cost Lake county $300,000, the larger share of which will have to be borne by Lake county farmers. The point is still further urged that the northern part of Lake county has recently become prominent by the overflow from Chicago, but that the great mass of new comers have no permanent interest in Lake countv. Indiana Republican Club. A Washington special to the Indian- applis Journal says: • At the meeting of the Indiana Republican Club, last night, William M. Bass : was elected recording and corresponding secretary, viceE, F. Kitson, resigned. A political committee was appointed, consisting of Andrew Diltz, J. Y. Ballou, J, T. Bryer, J.'W. Smith and • Augustus Shaw. . B, F. Robb was added to the membership committee, and F. E. Buckland to the entertainment committee. Remarks were made by Judge Saylqr, late a member of Congress from Indiana, and the reading of a paper from Prof. William Hoynes, of South Bend, on "The Tariff Law and Reciprocity." The committee on constitution, and bylaws, made a report, which was adopted. Cliantuuqiim Circle. The Circle meets at the home of Rev. A. B. McMackin, 302 Wheatland street on the evening of Feb. 10, 1891 at 7:30. Following is the program: Roll-Call—Answered by facts from the life of Pope. , Question Table—Conducted by Miss Ora Cox. 1 World of to-day. Japan. 2. English phrase and fable. Regular lessons—First two weeks of outline in Feb. Chautauqua. A paper from volume of Spectator —Mrs. Al Douglass. ••Who said Hood's Sarsaparilla?" Thousands of people, who know it to be the best blood purifier -and tonic medicine. ' . 7 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! In order to reduce the whole line of Underwear) i we make the'most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. (SELLING PKICES) NOAV. Fine ail 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 i. Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers yO : i38 , .. Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers '.„ 1 Op .' .• ; 75>'" j Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers..: j[ 50 . 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- 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, -.,-,• 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, cHICAGOf r*: ILL osfl s INSURING THE SAFE RETURN: Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every class of people under all 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., Our Popular Flour. Flour is the most important thing we sell you and that we have tried to make ourselves the-most popular. We selected a pink sack and the brand •'Snow Ball" ae the trade mark for the flour we were going to ma.ke popular. Then we came to the flour. Quality was the first thing we thought of. We wanted the whitest and most satisfactory, flour on the market, when we found it we warranterl it. Price was another thing of utmost importance w-e wanted a price which no one else could approach on that quality of flour, and wefound.it "Snow Ball" at once became the popular flour of Logansport,', and of a hundred miles around, and it is to-day. We buy it now in car-loads, and our buying price is low. Oiir selling price is only $2.35 per hundred. But you must get the right "Snow. Ball" to get this price and this, quality. Others may imitate the brand,, but not the price,, if their ' quality is right. The "Snow Ball" we have told you .of is only sold at M. McCaffrey & Co.

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