Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 13, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 13, 1891
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p~I £ f ^ V MURIXER AT ROCHESTER. SPECIAL SALE On Fine Dress Goods and Spring Jackets SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, N. Low Prices Prevail. 8$. PANTS, PANTS. f t< I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings JT ^vhich sold heretofore and are sold everywhere for $10, | tout which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! The biggest bargain I ever had. Call early and !f secure choice, JAKE HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit, Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST, TAILOR. You will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring Styles. Yours Truly, For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for .OO CASH. do-ibis to make room for the finestline of Spring Goods ever brought to this city J. HOOLEY, Pearl Street. Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13. and Liver eod&w Moore's for Use J. B. L. Blood Tonic. Get a nice dress at Easter. Planchett, the new game, at the Bazaar. Take a look at our 23-cont fine cut. It is a dandy —Foley. See case of 75-cent Oxfords in front of Otto Kraus 1 , of course. No P. M.'s at Moo-e's, all fresh goods and the most stylish. Miss Etta and Emma Ubl are visiting friends at Cbyal Centre, Do you smoke or chew? Read out- special in this paper.—Foley. Best prints at onlA' 5 cents per yard, as usual.—Schmitt & Heffley. We continue to sell all dark standard prints at 5 cents.—Bee Hive. George Kistler and Will Porter went to Royal Center last night. Do not buy old worn-out goods when you can buy the very latest at Moore's for less money. The price list does the business as we always have what we advertise.—Schmitt & Heffley. The Busy Bee Hive, as of old; is- chuck full of new and attractive goods, all their own, which are finding ready- sale every day. Don't buy an inferior bleached muslin when you can getLonsdale, Hill or Baker, for 7J cents, at the Golden Rule. Prof. G. Sarntec,. the celebrated German eye specialist from Detroit, Mich., is in the city at the Murdock Hotel. mch!3d2twlt Some of the best people in town are buying Otto's Oxford walking shoes, patent leather tip, at 75 cents to use as house shoes. Col. J. Banker Phelps ia advance of the "Alone in London." company, was in the city yesterday arranging with Manager Dolan for the appearance here on Saturday March 21 of his excellent company in the thrilling social drama. A peculiarity about -1891" says an exchange, is that adding the first figure to the second makes the third, and subtracting the fourth, figure from the third gives the second,. Adding the four figures together gives us the number of the century. The social to have been given by the young people of Ihe Broadway M. E. church this evening at the residence of W. T. Giffe on North street, has teen postponed one week on account of the.dangerous illness of Mrs. Elizabeth Flory who resides near by. Another of the series of Missionary Teas which the ladies of the Mission- ery societies of tbe Broadway Presbyterian church have been giving during the past winter, will be served to-morrow evening at tbe residence of Mrs. Judge Nelson, corner Market and Eighth streets. This will be in connection with tbe annual meeting of the society, which will be held at the same place at 3:30 p. m. Tea from 5 to 8 o'clock. The ladies will be prepared to serve a large number of their friends at 26 cents a piece. We can and will sell you goods for casb or credit as low as any bouse in the State. We buy strictly for casb and always have a reserve fund to buy stray goods in quantities for 50 cents on the dollar. We bought a ' stock at Union City tbe other day and'•have placed same on 'sale at cut prices; also have a room four times as large as any other-bouse in the city'and always full of the newest and latest styles of carpets, dry goods and furnishing goods in the State, and with 20 years *I experience know jusf what the trade may want. We &&& an y P r i° e that mav come.—Trade Pailace.' A Prominent Mcrchuiil ol KoclM'wtcr Foully JUiirdered lor StiiOO Wednesday Night. The foul murder of Mr. Overmeyer, a prominent mrchant of Rochester, Wednesday night created the greatest excitement in Fulton county yesterday when the occurrence became known. On Wednesday night Mr. Gvermeyer left, his siore with §200, the proceeds of the day's sales, in his pocket. It was known by scveal persons who were in tbq store in the evening prior to his departure that he had this sum on hands. At the door of his residence the unfortunate merchant was shot down ia cold blood. His son and daughter who were in the house heard the shot and rushing out were horrified to find the body of their father lying at the point of death in the path. He breathed but a few moments after they reached him and was unable to make a statement. The money was gone. He had been cruelly and foully murdered for $200. It is said that suspicion is directed towards a certain party, and it is thought that tbe mystery surrounding Mr. Overmeyer's assassination will be shortly cleared up. NOT RESIGNED. Fornod' SUIJ Oil Inspector Cor This Dintrlct. The last legislature attempted to legislate out of office the Republican oil inspectors and to elect a Democrat to the position. This action has been ignored by the legally appointed oil inseetor of the state and he denies ths right of the legislature to elect an officer which the constitution requires tbe Governor to appoint. Michael Fornoff is the the deputy for this district , legally appointed by the legally apointed inspector. He has not resigned nor does he intend to but will continue to perform the duties and collect the fees and tbe public is warned, that DO oii is legally inspected which does not bear his mark. VTliiit Mont Will Fiend. Delphi Journal: Minnie Mabbi.t stated in her last "confession," the third one she has made, that she and her brother Or vis were ot the impre£- sion that tha little infant was to be left on the door step of some farm house. This statement appeared to "go" in Minnie's case and will undoubtedly clear Orvi?. Considerable curiosity is manifested to know what defense Mont will make. He will doubtless prove that after he and the infant left tbe buggy the latter assaulted him and be was compelled to take its life in self defense. Either this or tbe defense will establish beyond question that the infant committed suicide. A Talk on Kcnl EwtaJe. The lecture on Chicago real estate and kindred matters given' at Muso- dean hall last evening by Mr. H. Hale, the able representative of S. E. Gross, the champion real estate man of Chicago, last evening was attended by quite a number of gentlemen interested in such matters and Mr. Kale's talk proved exceedingly interesting and evidently awoke considerable interest in the minds of his hearers. Mr. Hale has closed a number of good deals while here and it is thought that several of our citizens are interesting themselves in some good acre propeV- ty on his list. Tlie Fireman's Ward. Miss Ollie Bedpath, the coming Annie Pixley of the American, stage, will appear, supported by a good company, in the great sensational comedy-drama, "The Fireman's Ward," at Dolan's next Saturday night. Somewhat ak'in to "One of the Finest," this is the most successful of class plays of tbe season and is replete with mirthful comedy and strong dramatic situations. Among the climaxes is the action of the fire department on a burning building ' requiring the throwing of several streams of water on the stage. Secure your seats for Saturday night. The TlmnKs Tlicy GoC. Kre broke out in a drying shed attached to Kramers' Excelsior Works at El wood, causing $400 loss. In great alarm the Elwood authorities telegraphed to neighboring cities, acd special trains carrying fire apparatus from Kokomo and Anderson were sent flying over the roads. After the 'arrival of these reinforcements the Elwood. people cooly went to bed, leaving their visitors to return home cold, wet, hungry and unthanked. Orient Lodge, No. 272 F. & A. M., will confer the third degree this evening. All Masons in this city are invited to be present. Rheumatism is like sand in the bearings, of machinery. Hood's Sarsaparilla is. the great, lubricator which cures the disease.' - • 11 AT HARRY FRANK'S ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRESENTS Wm. Graham, city, received dinner set; RudolphBerndt, city, received table: E.G. Mend, Roy a 1 Uenter, received watch. The following received oteel engravings: C. C. Ouster, Alonzo Clary, F. Sanderson, Henry Mucker, A, B. Keeport, V. P. Window, Jacob Moreliart, Mrs. B. Rideel, J. H. W.irick. PERSONS HOLDING The following Numbers will find it to*t.lieir interest to call: 2383 2509 2850 3591 4394 4770--'-, 4858 5402 9120 101G6 11359 11877 HARRY F.R..A 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, 5OO 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 tell you of this as we will ever make on 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 will be proportionately as cheap and McCaffrey keeps almost every necessity or luxury that you have want for. COS T Is an all important matter with you on such things. Pay $500 more than you should for a house and it is comparatively little. But pay more than you should for what you every day find need for, and the consent drain, will in a few years take all that a home would • &$ you. You pay for all things just the least that "they can sell for by

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