Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 27, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 27, 1891
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You Can Buy a Warranted Fast Black Umbrella, Silver Handle, for 75c, Worth $1,25, AT THE 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 v I EIGHT DOLLARS! $ ' / The bio-o-est bargain I ever had. Call early and \ OO O , " secure choice, 1 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/ Tours Truly, TUCK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. Tb« !*'£«tt>lt»UI«lnn«1it la the world for tb« IrMt- Meat of tbt tkln «d»«d f ,•<a«na,mol«, waru.iupcr- a«om hair. Ijlrflnnarki.Kiotb.frMklei, pimple*, wrinkly ™l nws, 'red' >•!«, oily ikln. ftCDe, b!»ckh«4i, ttuUn* Itch; scaj», pHtlogi. powder nurki, tolnl IdwlopnwnVatc. Consultation Free, it office or by l«tl«r. US-pnRO Book on nil Skin andSeelp AfTec- tloni utl their TreHttwnt lent (laalfld) fur 100. JOHN H. •WOODBTKY, D.m.wiocirt, 1ZS W. 484 St., NVIT. City. For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin and Sculp. Prepared by a Dennatolocint with 20 rears' experience. Highly indorsed by the medical profession: unequaled BH a remedy lor (eczema, Bcaldhead, oily skin, pitnplM, flesb wormn, UKly complexion, etc- Indinpenn- able IB a toilot article, and a nura prev«nt- ive of all diseases of tho akin and scalp. At Druggists or by mail. Price 50c. For the Next Four. Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for .OO CASH, I drytiiis to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city f>; J. HOOLEY, Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27 Pearl Street. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&vv Make your ice contracts with John Baker. mchS-Mtf Ladies cloth top shoes at Walker & Rauch's. Will Elliott is visiting relatives at New Castle. The lawn mower has appeared New Albany. Genuine Stetson hats at the Bell clothing house. See our lovely jackets and capes, at the Bee Hive. Children's suits a specialty, at the Bell. See them. Kokomo and Frankfort printers have gone into the union. Mackintoshes, gossamer and umbrellas, at Patterson's the Haberdasher. Lovely Easter gloves fitted to your hand and every pair warranted —Bee Hive. Four candidates were initiated into the Gotthard lodge I. O. 0. F.Wednes- day night. Miss Bessie Moon, of Logansport, is the guest of Miss Jennie McCorkle.— Idaville Observer. There will be a full rehearsal of Pinafore to-night at the reading rooms. A full attendance is desired. A humorous fact about Hood's Sar- sarsaparilla—-it expels bad humor and creates £Ood humor: Be sure to get Hood's. :0 Yesterday in the circuit court David D. Fickle was appointed receiver of the old Logansport Wagon Manufacturing Co. Augustus Storer, a 15-year-old boy living near Idaville, was killed by the accidental discharge of a gun while bunting last Saturday. Edward T. Stout and Laura Hopper; Horace W. Cummings and Clara E. Himman; Andrew J. Deardoll and Jennie Dunfee are licensed to wed. Dave Friedman, agent of the ' 'Uncle Hiram" company, was in the city yesterday making arrangements with Mana.ger Dolan for the appearance of the company here Thursday, April 2. May, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ludwig, of Adamsboro, died yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock, aged ten months. The funeral will be held from the house on Friday, It is purely a case of "sour grapes." TO ape somebody is the height of their ambition. Now we are selling fine ginghams and pure silk underwear very cheap. See their attempt to follow on this.—Bee Hive. J. N. Cramer, of Huntington, freight conductor on the Erie line, jumped off a switch engine at the Marion, 0., junction, in a cloud of steam, and was impaled on a switch stand, the prong entering his leg near the groin, and penetrating several inches. He was frightfully injured. Some people seem to be thoroughly frightened, and well they may be—no frantic efforts now will avail them. Our sale of dry goods damaged by water and smoke will be an honest one, as we will in due time prove to the trade. Any similar sale attempted will be only another case of monkeyshine, a la sateen sale.—Wiler & Wise. Colonel Charlie Jones, who wields a razor in Hod Turner's emporium of lather is being urged by his friends to accept the Republican nomination for Marshal. Col. Jones is a popular and genial colored gentleman -aod will make a strong oondidate. His friends insist that the great interest manifested by the Pharos in getting colored men office will compel that organ to come out in his support, but whether it does or not he will give his opponent a close shave. . How Tlicy Got Him. Mr. Allen Troutman, who lives one and a half miles west of Clymer's Station, went out to the west side of his farm last Tuesday morning to build fence. In response to the dinner-bell he came in for dinner. On opening the door he found to his surprise about sixty-five of his relatives and friends had come in from different parts of the country to dine with him. Allen was completely caught, After gazing tit the friends for a moment the sweat began to roll off of him like a man in the harvest field on a hot day in July; but after assured by some one, that he should not be hurt, and that all was well and that we had came to help him celebrate his 37th birthday, he became calm and bade us welcome. To say we had a, pleasant time and an excellent dinner would be tu put it very mild. Some of Mr. Troutman's rela lives whom he had not seen for a long time were there. His aunt from Fulton county being among them, and number of his old neighbors from Bethlehem township were present. Among them was Mr. Orlando Powell, the founder of theLogansport creamery, Mr. Powell says if he can just get that creamery started he can get full every time he comes to town, on butter milk. While Mr. Mart Collett is trying to secure the contract of manufacturing the plows for the Farmers Alliance and getting a corner on plows. A number of valuable presents were given. Among them was a fine silvei watch presented by his wife. Allen says he will give it up. He can be surprised." After expressing the hope that he may live to enjoy many more birthdays each one bade good by and left for home. OXE WHO WAS THJJKE. A. Brilliant luillaiiiaii. There will sail from New York for Hamburg, Germany this morning on the steamship, Russia, a young man, Chas. Oler, of Richmond, Ind., of the railway mail service. Hs goes over to begin his duties as postal clerk on the Augusta, Victoria, and will leave Hamburg for the United States on his return trip April 17. He was selected for this sea service on account of his wonderful record in postal examinations during 1890. He stands at the head of 7,000 railway postal clerks as the most proficient in the distribution of mail matter, and he carries with him a gold medal presented by the Government as a testimonial to his expertness and skill in his profession. Clary-KII»clt WcaiUiig. Tuesday evening at the residence of of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Klinck, on east Broadway, Miss Sadie E. Klinck was united in marriage to Mr. Bert W. Clary, Rev. W. S. Boston of the Market street M. E. church oificiating. The wedding was quiet, the ceremony being witnessed by only a few of the near friends of the two families. The bride is a charming young lady, a favorite in her social circle, and will make a good wife. The groom is a well known employee of Otto Meinshausen, and is congratu- la'.ed.- The young Jcouple J receive lie well wishes of all their friends. Was It a Special Prot Itlcnce? Mrs. David Irick, of Huntington :ounty, an invalid, expressed a strong graving for quail, but her husband, who is very conscientious, protested that it was unlawful to kill the birds, and it was debatable what was the ight thing to do. Shortly afterward among the callers was Rev. I. N. Mar;in and wife, and while Mrs. Irick was jxpressing her intense longing, suddenly there' was a sound of something .n collision with the house, and upon .nvestigation six lifeless quail were 'ound. Mrs. Irick firmly believes that ,he Lord sent them and she will accept no other explanation. Another Great i Pants DownSale! or 500 Pairs at Harry Franks Jesse Taber, court reporter, has a big job before him in preparing a copy of the evidence of the Turpie-Lowe ase for the Supreme court. The case makes 4,866 pages of shorthand notes, and over 5,000 pages of documentary ividence, all of which has to be copied within two'hund'-ed days. With this ob on hands, besides his other court work, Jesse's dreams of a trip to the mountains during the summer are becoming beautifully less: The evidence i the above case will make a wheel- harrow load of manuscript. The Elk Officers. The following were elected last evening to serve for the ensuing year of the order of B. P. O. Elks. E. R.— C. O- Heffly. E. Leading K.— Link Uullery. E. Loyal K-— V. E. Seiter. E. Lecturing K.— H. J. McSheehy. Secy. — Seth Velsey. Treas. — Jacob Sebastian. Tyler — B.. M. Johnston, jr. Trustee 3 years — Dr. A. M. Jordan. Trustee 2 years — J. A. Brooks. Trustee 1 year— B. F. Keesling. A Qu,-ry. With the great cry against subsidiz ng, will it become popular to subsidize one class of our people to the detriment of all others? A. B. C. ' You don't need a Jimmy nor dark lantern to understand the value. We have inaugurated this sale for pay day only. 100 Pair Black Worsted Pants, worth $.5, this week at $3 50 100 Pair Black Corkscrew Pants, worth S4, this week at 2 50 100 Pair Ail-Wool Cussimere $5 Pant*, Neat Patterns, this week at 3 50 100 Pair Cassimere Pants, a mild stripe this week at 1 06 100 Pair Jeans Pacts this week at 50 v Visit our Bargain Table and you will he delighted. HARRY FRANK, "TO BE SURE," P. S. Mr. Frank is now in New York City huying for his 2 stores. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TAXATION? Procure a Copy of the New Law at Wilson, Humphreys & Co.'s. ^Competition As We Have Found It. We've found many kinds of competition in our 29 years experience, and we've learned to like it—most of it. Advertising Competion. There's the competitor who lias advertised us widely. He has en- husiastically claimed that his prices beat McCaffrey's, while knowningbetter.- McCaffrey was his target, and people learned that we were the thorn in 'his flesh because he could not sell at what we could. Deceiving Competition. Some have put their prices on oae thing for a day or two at less'than manufactures could made it for, then said "compare with McCaffrey's - pub- ished prices." People soon found out that that was the only price they had within reason. , . •. Fearful Competition. Some have boasted of the lowest prices without naming one of them. They were afraid of something—and that something was the prices that they claimed to undersell. ; f Petty Competition. The majority have never tried to meet us, but have said what they iould at their prices. Wide awake people left them alone. What it Has Done] For Us. This competition has built our business. It was only by having lower prices, belter qualities and a wider assortment than others, that we drew...our irade And that is what is increasing it. M. McCaffery & •£&.

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