Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 20, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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For 50c to 75c Per Yard! "We will give you Side-Band Dress G-oods, All-Wool and inches wide that are worth $1.00 and $1.50 ner -pard. Just Come and See Them To convince yourself that they are bargains, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, N, B, All the latest designs in fine Embroideries. NOVELTIES In Spring Goods Ape Daily Arriving at the Tailoring Establishment of JACOB HERZ Call Early and Secure Choice. Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING-. FEB. 20. 'if f LADIES' warm Slippers and Shoes CHILDREN'S Warm House Slippers. WALKER & RAUCH 420 Broadway. ij !v V' The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Pure Baking Powder 311 Fourth Street. SPRING STYLES, For Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats have arrived. The assortment is complete. Call and see them. Harry G. Tucker, Tlie Pearl Street Tailor. For the Next Four Weeks I will sellyou an elegant suit for $22 OO CASH. this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P T HOOT FY Tlie Tailor ' r. u. nuui-rfiji, 323E iPearlKStreel Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w Dwelling to rent, No, 114 Tenth St. Inquire at Journal office. feb!9d3t Mrs. I. X. Kerlin has" gone to Indianapolis to visit friends. Rubber gloves for men and ladies, at Patterson's, the Haberdasher. Miss Carrie Thompson, of Indianapolis, is visiting Mrs. D. W. Tomlinson. Mrs. C. H. Bowker, of Flint, Mich., is visiting the family of D. C. Justice on 10th street. Messrs. O. E. Eaidy, John F. Regan and E. I 1 . Jordon, officials of the Vandalia, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. B. F. Keesling and Mrs. A. R. Shroyer, who have been visiting in Indianapolis, returned home yesterday. The best medical authority say the proper way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy, like Hood's Sarsaparilla. 3 It is easy to name a price that would surprise you, but you can always rest assured McCaffrey & Co. will name a lower one. "Dusty" Nash came home yesterday from Indianapolis, where he has been for the past three days "regulating-" the Indiana Statesmen. Missouri XXX Family Flour only one dollar and seventy-five cents pet- hundred, at Rothermel's, corner Sixth street and Broadway, and Twelfth and Spear streets. feb!9d2t Mrs. Reisberger went to Cincinnati Wednesday to receive treatment fora cataract on one of her eyes. She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs. Patrick Welch. A gang of tramps were refused a drink in Helm's 17th street saloon Tuesday night and feeling aggrieved over the refusal went out and began to smash in the windows. At the proprietors 1 whistle for the police the gang vanished. Rensselaer Republican: Tuesday a delegation of representative citizens from Logansport inspected the Rensselaer creamery, with a view to establishing a similar institution in that village. The creamery epidemic is more contagious than the LaGrippe. Mr. Will Pittman, National secretary of the National Clerk's Association went to Fort Wayne last evening to institute a branch of the association at that place. This is a comparatively new organization, but is rapidly growing and promises to he a power- r ul and far reaching organization. Monticello Herald: The Logansport Journal with commendable enterprise published Samuel G-omper's speech in. full the next morning after ,ts delivery—a feat not often undertaken outside of metropolitan ne"ws- paper offices except by the aid of manuscript furnished in advance, which was not done in this case. Seemingly good, quality .and low >rices talk, - for evidence of this we unexpectedly run out' of granulated sugar last evening. Our sales on sugar this week alone was 75 barrels. To-morrow at 9 o'clock will arrive our hird car load for February, and we will be pleased to furnish our patrons, ind those that may come, with the best quality of sugar at our especially ow prices.—McCaffrey & Co. George Myers who has been work- ng at the Pah Handle shops for some ime past drew his time Wednesday and that night started for his home in ,ancaster, Pa, While he was wait- ng for the train he was confronted by Officer Owston with a writ of ; capias n favor of Louis Warrdri, the 12th treet saloon keeper. . The claim wich osts amounted to $21 which Myers ompromised with Wandri for $15 and oarded the train homeward bound. 'A Ditnff«roii« Cuiitom. ->,''" South Bend Tribune: What has become of the Anti-treating society organized in South Bend a few years ago? It ought to be revived and extended. One of .the most dangerous Americanisms is the habit of treating. The assembly of a half dozen men be- fors a saloon bar frequently means six drinks all around, and everybody is more or less fuddled, according to the the size of the potion. The custom appears to apply almost exclusively to drinking 1C one purchases any other article and presents it to a friend, the latter does not buy another article of precisely the same sort and return the favor on the spot. Such a remarkable procedure would be resented as an insult. The real motive of the treating habit is not the return of a courtesy, but to get inebriated by a shore cut. The most confirmed drunkard is not likely to take half a dozen drinks at a public bar in immediate succcsROn, but he accomplishes the same result under the guise of the treating custom. The habit is indefensible on any common sense ground, and does not prevail in any other country. The Melville SlNtcr«. Of the above well known repertoire company which will hold the boards at Dolan's all next week the South Bend Tribune says: "The attraction latt night at Good's opera house was the Melville Sisters. With this performance they begin a week's engagement; the only week's engagement at Good's so far this senson. The peice presented was "Divorce" and it made a very good opening for the engagement. The house was packed to overflow and all present thoroughly enjoyed the performance. "Divorce" is a society comedy-drama in five acts by the celebrated writer, Hartley Campbell, and is a. well prepared piece in ever respect. The leading characters were taken by the Misses Rose and Ida Melville and the other members of the cast were assigned to fitting parts. The sisters proved themselves to he actresses of no mean ability and held the attention of the audience through the entire performance. The support is good and adds materially to the general effect of the piay. Xlic Christian Church D'liner 'sai d Fair. The public is respectfully invited to take dinner with the Christian church ladies to-day. Also inspect their fine collection of useful and fancy articles, on sale at reasonable prices, and in the evening attend the oyster supper and free social, at which time the following programme will be pre. sented: Piano Duett Mrs. Anderson and Daisy Justice Recitation Miss Carrle'WInters Piano dolo Miss Alice Justice Toast Mr. T. J. Legs Piano Solo Miss Grace Toby Vocal Solo Llllla Justice Toast Eev. S. W Brown RfCltation Sylvester Sutton PI no Duett Grace Toby and Etta Fincli Recitation Viola Carriger A Peruvian Incident. Peru Journal: Yesterday evening a woman entered Jacob Pauli's place with a pitcher in her hand which she asked the genial host to 611 with beer. Mr. Pauli refused to comply with her request, whereupon she left the room in a rage and after gaining the outside she proceeded to smash in the windows with the pitcher, first the front and then the side which left Mr. Pauli in bad shape to greet the cold wave. Charley 1* Ready for 'Em. In a column of ' 'Idle Rumors" the Kokomo Tribune says among' other things that it is rumored: '"That C. E. Forgy has ordered a stock of blank forgery affidavits to keep on hand for use in his large and increasing business in that line." 1 Also, "That C. E. Forgy's time is so thoroughly taken up in discovering forgeries and capturing forgers, that he has to hire a man to attend to his own private business." The hour of the funeral of Mrs. Jacob Herz has been changed from 10 o'clock this morning to 9 o'clock. The' services will be conducted at the late residence of the deceased on Broadway, Rabbi Guttmacherof Fort Wayne officiating, interment will be made in the Jewish cemetery. Funeral of General Sherman. On account of the funeral of General Sherman, Saturday, February 21, the Wabash line will sell tickets Friday, February 20, at $8.23 for the round trip. Tickets good- returning up to and including Feb. 23. 20to21 Death of Rev. Joseph Chester. Rev. Joseph Chester died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. J. C. Hadley, on Ninth street last night at 11 o'clock. A more extended notice of the deceased will be given later. Lost. Long black haired Angora muff. A suitable reward will be paid when returned to the Journal office. feb!8d3f Juoml, A red Irish setter pup, eight weeks old. A liberal reward will be-given for his return to Pete Castle. 9, 8 8 Overcoats and Suits To speed the parting with this Season's goods we cut to cost and down below! 'Tis better now to sell at less than not to sell at all! The money making season now is over, but still these are piles of goods! To reduce them but one mower's work is effective! His Name - Low Price Some set him to work. This week we give you an advantage that is seldom equaled. We throw completely in the "shade all previous efforts of our competitors. We give you your Choice Of regular S12.00. $13.50, $15.00 and $16.50 Suits and Overcoats for but • Nine Dollars and Eighty-Eight Cents. So be it! A Suit or Overcoat you buy, your saving is tremendous. BEAR IN MIND These goods are Suits and Overcoats we have been getting from $12.00 to $16.50 for. Men's §6.50 and $6.00 pants go for $4.50. Men's $20.00 and $22.00 Overcoats and Suits go for$15.00. We will continue for one week and one week only for cash this great sacrifice. Rare Bargains Offered in every grade, From the finest to the lowest. Examine the above advertised goods, you will find all they are cracked up to be HA RRY FRAN E Exclusive One Price Clothier of Logansport and Delphi. Our Annual distribution of §125 worth of presents takes place next Friday. Come and see us between now and then and we will do you good. Wilson, Humphreys & Co., 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. 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" as the trade mark for the flour we were going to make 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 warranted it. Price was another thing of utmost importance vre wanted a price which no one else could approach -on that quality of flour, and we found 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 -i now in car-loads, and our buying price is low. Our selling price is only $2.20 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 & Go. .1

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