Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 12, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 12, 1891
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We Would Rather Sell $500 Per Day at 10 Per Cent. Than $200 at 25 Per Gent. WHY? Because We Turn Our Stock So much oftener at the same expense. You get the benefit of the "Cut Price.'"' These prices will do the woik. SaleCommencesTo-Day, 5 So- 10 61 •4.V 7:,' lOi , • Good prints only Best standard prints (no reserve) . . American indigo blue prints ............... Standard shirting 100 pieces Spring- dress ginghams, worth 10 cents ..... • ................. 75 pieces choice styles zephyr ginghams, worth 15 cents Choice feather licking only Lonsdale, Hill $ Barker hleach muslin "Isameless" bleach muslin equal to Hope ............................. •Good standard sheeting Turkey red damask, warranted ..... . . . . 50 pieces Beige dress goods .................................................. iiO pieces Gray wool trill dress goods ........................................ 3 00 pieces 36 inch, plaid dress goods ........................................ Yard wide cachmere only ........................ • ............................. ^ oO French pattern suits, imported to be sold at $18.00 to close at ....... ......... $12 50 •200 dozen of the elegant fast black jersey ribbed hose at 3 pair for ................. 25 In this sale we will offer SPECIAL LOW PRICES on Spring Jackets, and wish to call special attention to our number at $3.25 which is a bargain. We Have Just Opened a New Line Of Triotine Silks that generally sell at $1.25 per yard, we will offer them At 721-2 Cents. See Them. Everything sold as advertised. Bring this price list. Respectfully, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. $8. 8$. .PANTS, PANTS. I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings which sold heretofore and are sold everywhere for $10, but which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! , The biggest bargain I ever had. Call early and -ecure choice, JAKE HERZ. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for .OO CASH. I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to |this city l P,;J,HOOLEY, TlieTa ^ Pearl Street. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 12. and Liver eod&w sale.—Victor E. mch-tdtf new game, at- the Use J. B. L. Blood Tonic. City orders for Seiter. Planchett, the Bazaar. Joe Mott is confined to his bed by a serious illness. Frank Elper for all kinds of fruits, candies and nuts, 402 Broadway. See the new drives to-day on the bargain counter.—Trade Palace. Big sales reported in the Trade Palace carpet and curtain department. For fine candies, fruits and nuts, call on Frank Elper, 402 Broadway. Planchett is wonderful, 'don't rest until you have one; the Bazaar keeps them. Think of it, we will sell you for cash or credit, 20 yards heavy standard sheeting for $1.—Bee Hive. It makes no difference to the Bee Hive whether you have the cash, our prices shall be .just as low to you if you are obliged to have goods charged. Chicago -Heal Estate—See, H. Hale's office, Murdock Hotel. Lecture on the "Past, Present and Future of Chicago," in hall in Musodeon block Thursday evening, March 12, at 8 p. m. sharp. rnchlld2t We will offer for this week only, the choice of new pantaloons for $4. Rare -bargains to be found among them. Call and see for yourself. Remember the place, the Lion Clothing House, 320 Market street.—Jordan Hecht, Proprietor. Long winded price lists are misleading. Facts are what the public demand nowadays. ' If is an easy matter to rush .in print and quote low prices; to produce the article is quite different, for instance, say 16 yards standard bleached muslin for$l-. That's what the Bee. Hive will do to-day. There is no certain bfour or limit to quantity either. MODEL DBY GOODS STORE. The OiiculiiK of P. \V. Moore'* Kew I>ry Good* Store Attended by it l^n-^i- anil I)ellglit<?d Ooivd. Had the weather been pleasant last evening instead of drizzling: and disagreeable it is hard to imagine what P. W. Moore would have done with the crowd which would have attended the opening of his new dry goods store; as it was the beautiful room was tbi-onged for two hours by the ladies and their gentlemen escorts, and many were the exclamations of delight and admiration expressed on all sides as the beauties of the new store dawned upon the eyes of the spectators. The K. P. band was in attendance, and the delightful strains of music thus furnished added to the harmony of the occasion. Mr. Moore and his efficient manager. Mr. H. B. Kennedy, and the large force of clerks, were on hand to pay every attention and courtesy to the great crowd, and no similar opening was ever attended more auspiciously than, the one last night. The brilliantly lighted room was a marvel of beauty and artistic arrangement from the gorgeously dressed windows to the beautiful tapestry hangings in the rear of the room. The shelves and counters were loaded to their utmost with the latest and most elegant fabrics and everything was displayed in' such a manner as to catch and hold the feminine eye and admiration. To the decorative skill and artistic taste of Charles Maiben and Will Brugga- rnan is due the many novelties in decoration visable on all sides, and old dry goods men were beard to remark that there were was never a more tasteful display made in the city. It was indeed elegant. The management of his big new establishment, Mr. Moore has given over to the competent bands of his brother-in-law, Mr. H. B. Kennedy, whose long service in the dry goods line makes • him a fit manager. The following large force -of clerks has been retained: Charley Maiben. Wil Braggaman, Henry .Leffert, Lucj Ghnes Belle Evans, Mary Lea'ry, Sophia FornoiT, Anna Morgan, Wil Farrell and George Shubeck. Miss Mamie Gallagher will act as cashier, and will have to aid her a complete system of the Fuller cash carriages The store is neat, modern, and wel appointed, and.Mr. Moore will surely succeed in his new venture. AH THERE, DUSTY! Three of Losaiinport'x Temperance Men Involved by u Well Told Tulc. AT HARRY FRANK'S ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRESENTS Wm. Graham, city, received dinner set; Rudolph Beradt, city, received table: E.G. Mead, Roya 1 Center, received watch. The following received steel engravings: C. C. Ouster, Alonzo Clary, F. Sanderson, Henry Mucker, A. B. Keeport, V\ P. Winslow, Jacob Morehart, Mrs. B 7 . Rideel, J. H. Wirick. PERSONS HOLDING The following Numbers \vill find it to their interest to call: 2383 2509 2850 3591' 4394 4770 4858 5402 9120 10166 11359 11877 H A R R Y F R A N K "TO BE SURE." Willard Nash, of Logansport, is not only an author, poet and prince of good fellows but he possesses the hap- "py faculty of giving a story - a coloring of realty which makes it more entertaining than the original episode. For instance: "Judge Winfield, Editor McSheehey, and JeH Irnmei, arrange a Ivankakee duck hunting outing. All are wealthy and the party decides to equip itself with a Handy Andy generalissimo of parahernalia, supplies, etc. Accordingly the treasury is "iouehed : 'for ten and the Handy Andy ordered to invest the amount in necessary supplies. In a short time he reported his purchases and when the party learned that he had invested 20 cents of the amount for bread and only $9.00 for whisky they tore each other's hair with rage and petitioned a competent authority to give the reckless Nibs six months at hard labor for •quandering so much of their expense fund for bread.—Rochester Sentinel. Seeking Dr. Well*' Place. The.trustees of the Eastern Hospital for the Insane are to organize in a few days, when they expect to get the resignation of .Dr. Wells, the Superintendent. Among the applicants for that office is Dr. Browning, Secretary the City ' Board of Health. He has long service in the Central hospital. One of his competitors is Dr. Smith, who was until recently associated with Dr. Rogers at the Northern hospital at Logansport. It is stated that Dr. Smith resigned to take a position as Assistant Superintendent at the Kankakee, 111., hospital, but the turn of affairs making an opening at Richmond, influenced him to seek to remain in the service of Indiana. Dr., Simpson, who has been connected with, the Central hospital under the present management for eight months, and Dr. Selman, of Greonsburg, whose father, is a practicing physician of this city, are also candidates.— [Indianapolis Journal. A humorous fact about Hood's Sar- sarsaparilla—it expels bad humor and creates good humor. Be sure to get Hood's. __^ 10 More fun than tiddledy winks—; planchett, the new game to be had at the Bazaar. 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. : i' : ' It costs us a hundred times as much to tell you of this as we will ever make oh what you buy of them-but they are only samples. ' •'-''"'•" If a penny buys so much what will 100 pennies buy? If some necessities cost so little, others wilt1>e -proportionately as cheap and McCaffrey keeps almost every necessity or luxury that you have want for. COST i i Is an all important matter with you on such thing?. 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 lell for by * M. Me & Co. I V* ?

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