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

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, March 7, 1891
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this and ~~ C^j — Leading Features Spring Dress Goods. In the stock we are showing all the new weaves, colors and fabrics. In Pattern Suits we have the latest imported combinations. Trimmings—All the latest styles in gold, diver and iridescent trimmings. Spring Jackets—We are the acknowledged leading cloak house of this city and spring we are showing a most complete line of black, white and colored Blazers .Reefers in gold, silver and silk braid trimming.—We cordially invite inspection, ^ SCHMITf & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. V.A . ; v& : NOVELTIES In Spring Goods -Are Daily Arriving at the Tailoring Establishment of J A COB HERZ. Call Early and Secure Choice. F = | SPRING STYLES, For Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats have arrived. | „ < $he assortment is complete. Call and see them. Harry G. Tucker, :-: The Pearl Street Tailor. :-: The Best on Earth Ben Fisher's Pttfe Baking Powder 311 Fourtn Street. r ,, They Kick 'em Out! P But it will take them some time to kick these out, I, A0UR NEW SPRING HEEL SHOES Are worth your Inspection. WALKER &RAUCH, "* ••• 42O Broadway. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for CASH. E do this to make room for the finestline of Spring Goods ever brought to |this city r»-s 1 P T MODIFY THe Tailor, r. u. n\j\JLiLji, 333 Pearl Street, Daily Journal. SATURDAY MORNING, MAKCH 7, See Foley, "The Grocer." Fresh, strawberries at Foley's. Natural gas bills for March due today. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. . - eod&w CHy orders for sale.—Victor E. Seiter, mchidtf . Novelties in spring dress goods at the Golden Rule. The best of golden drip syrup, 30 cents per gallon, at McCaffrey & Go's. Camdcn Expositor: Mrs. Dora Paden, of Logansport. is visiting- friends here this week. For to-day's trade, 4 pair indellible black jersey ribbed hose for 25 cents, at the Bee Hive. The attraction for next Monday nj.ght at Dolan's, is the great spectacular melo-drama, "The Fast Mail." We have all sizes of jersey ribbed fast black hose—three pairs for 25 cents. Don't miss the chance.—Golden Rule. Mr. J. H. Burwick will address hi* fellow railroad men and their families at the Christian Church to-morrow afternoon. ' .--. i The best medical authority say the proper way to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy, like Hood's Sarsaparilla. 3 Go with the crowd to the Trade Palace to-day, 35-cent 36-inch cloth dress plaids, at 22 cents. We never say we are out. Buy your jersey ribbed hose at the Bee Hive, 7 cents a single pair or 4 pair for 25 cents. Every pair war-ranted fast color. Visions of sleigh rides began- again to fill the minds of lovers of the exilerating pastime last evening- when a few flakes of the beautiful descended. The parade by the Gorman's minstrels yesterday at noon was a very creditable display, and attracted considerable attention on the streets down town. Clay Linville has bought the Markley property on North street, between Seventh and eighth, and the report is that he will occupy it himself, in the near future. Michigan City News:. Buck Stanley commenced a series .".of temperance meetings at Valparaiso, last evening-., He is doing good work wherever he goes, and expects to accomplish much at Vale. Some particularly icy pavements are noticed around the city. A little attention paid to keeping the pavements clear of ice and snow might save many a hard fall, and probably danger to life and limb. , -Lafayette Journal: Miss Effa Louis, of Council Bluffs, who has been visiting Mrs. C. G-. Longyear, went to Logansport yesterday to spend a few days, after which she will complete her visit here. The funeral of Johnathan -Pittman will be held from his late residence on west Market street this. morning at 10 o'clock, services being conducted by Rev. J. R. Lamb, of the Cumberland Presbyterian church... The court and jury was occupied yesterday in hearing the evidence in the case of Gottlieb ' Shaeffer vs. the Vandalia railwoy company, a suit to recover damages . for a couple of cars the plaintiff lost on the defendant's road. , The jury in the ,casa of Jacob Schwernger vs, Thos. Smith, the damage suit brought here on a change of venue from Carroll county,-yesterday,-brought in a verdict for the plaintiff, giving him damages to the amount Of $990. IN ALLEGED BILL A Fee iiJtd Salary Bill IVlileli Will Not Take Kftect In This Century. The Salaries of ll»e State Olllcer» all In creased and Few Anywhere Decreased. INDIANAPOLIS, led., March (J.—^[Special to the Journal.]—The Conference Committees of the House and Senate on the fee and salary bill reached an agreement. The Senate will be asked to recede from its amendments, raising the emoluments of the Slate officers, and also fixing the time for the bill going into effect at June 1, 1892, while the House will be asked to agree to all the other State amendments. The two houses -will then have the choice of either agreeing; to these recommendations or preventing any legislation on the subject of fees and salaries. There is little doubt that they will agree, and that the bill will affect only those yet to be elected to office. The responsibility will then rest with the Governor, to either sign the bill, or by refusing to do so, to defeat the proposed legislation. The county officers have won their fight, which has been the hardest one they have ever had on their hands. LATER. Indianapolis, Ind., March 6, 1891.— The.Fee and Salary bill was passed late this afternoon. It is virtually the bill as adopted by the Senate, except that it does not apply to any officers elected last fall. This excuse for a fee and salary bill will not satisfy the people. In Cass county "it does not apply to the Auditor's office for four years, to the Clerk's office for six years or to the Sheriff's office for two years. It goes to Governor Hovey and he owes it to the people of Indiana to veto it. This is really what the Democratic politicians of the legislature desire and the immense increase in the salaries of the State officers is intended to compel a veto so that it can be claimed that a bill was passed but vetoed by a Republican Governor. The bill as passed is a fraud upon the people and cannot be too severely condemned. NOTES. The Democrats have now passed all their political measures andarecorres- .pondingly happy. They may not be so pleased with themselves when the results of some of the measures become apparent. The conference committee of the House and Senate have been unable to reach an agreement on the much discussed Inman employer's liability bill, and other committees will "be appointed to tackle the subject. The Senate yesterday voted Reading Clerk Rome Stuart ,$150 extra pay,and Minute Clerk J, B. Workman $100 extra pay. This naturally aroused a good deal of disaffection among the other assistant secretaries, and they have been in rather a bad humor ever since. The House late Thursday afternoon passed both the congressional and legislative apportionment bills, tha latter over the Governor's veto, by strict party vote. The KmiHax Cyclone Again. Rev. H. A. Davis, pastor of the Wheatland street M. E, church, presided at the temperance meeting last night in Good ' Templars hall. Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, of the Baptist church led in prayer, After a couple of selections from the Hoosier quartette, with Mrs. A. P. Jenks as organist, Mr. Bennett began his address on the Relation of the Church to the Liquor Traffic. He read from [the discipline of the Methodist church, and among other declarations was the one which declares that "the liquor traffic can never be legalized without sin." Mr. Bennett says that the church collectively is right in its declarations, but that the individuals who vote for that which they collectively declares against, are inconspistent.' He spoke nearly an hour and a half and at the close of his address was , heartily applauded. The subject to-night is "Labor and Agriculture with its Rights and Class Legislation." Old In the Service. Monticello Herald:—George Button, one of, the oldest conductors on the. Pan Handle road, died at his home in Logansport last Thursday from a stroke of paralysis received three weeks before. He was the first conductor to run a passenger train through Monticello. He had been compelled to retire from the service two years ago on account of ill health. An Enjoyable Festival. The festival and social at the First Presbyterian church last evening was quite largely attended and the sale of the delicacies netted a neat sum to the church fund. The social feature of the affair was enjoyable and the crowd was. much pleased with the pleasant entertainment afforded by the good people of the First church. Grand bargains in dress goods today, at the Trade Palatfe. • AT HARRY FRANK'S fry ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRESENTS Wm. Graham, city, received dinner set; Rudolph Berndt, city, received table; B.C. Mead, Roy a 1 Center, received watch. The following received oteel engravings: ,; C.. C.. Ouster, Alonzo Clary, F. Sanderson/Henry'Mucker, A. B. Keeport, .V. P. Winslow, Jacob Morehart, Mrs, B. Rideel, J. H Wirick. PERSONS HOLDING The following Numbers will find it to their interest to call: 2383 2509 2850 3591 4394 4770 4858 5402 9120 10166 11359 11877 H A RR Y F RA N K , 'TO BE SURE." ' Wilson, Humphreys & Co. 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. What a Cent Will Buy. - ''."-;{., You can buy any of the following articles for a penny at McCaffreys-: ~. --. 4O Hair Pins, SOO Yards of Thread, A Paper Needles, A Paper pins, 1 Dozen Cloths Pins, A Fancy Thimble, 2 Lead Pencils, ... It costs us a hundred times as much to teU you of this as we will ever make on what you buy of ! ttiem-but they are only samples. If a penny buys so much what will 100 pennies buy? If some necessities cost so little, others will be proportionately as cheap and McCaffrey keeps almost every necessity or luxury that you have want for. COST • ' ,* Is an all important matter with you on such things. Pay $500 more than you should for a house and it is comparitively little. But pay more than you should for what you every day find need for, and the constant drain will in a few years take all that: a home would cost you. You pay for all things just the least that they can sell for by M. McCaffery & Co. \

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