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April 4, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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A L L IN COMPLETE, , Last Shipment Arrived Yesterday On Sale To-Day COME YOU WILL SAVE NONEY At the Fire Sale, GOLDEN RULE. $8. 8$. PANTS, PANTS. I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings which sold heretofore and are soldj everywhere for $10, but which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! The biggest bargain I ever had, Call early and secure choice, JAKE HERZ. 1 i Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. You will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring Tours Truly/ . "PucK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. 'Tbe la'«iU*Ufcliiinnnl ID the world fpr th€ tr«U- -TimitoMht ik!o "Jwalp, »cMm». mol«i,wftru,i«iper- tnoii b»lr,btrthnnrki, noth, frKklw, plmpl«i.«r[nk- • bi,T«diio»e, -T«d -wins oily lktn . ""• blkckhmU, \u*ilf 'Itch, "«", pltllnp, I»wtl«r m«rk«, f«cl«l ltvek>proent, tic. Comululton FrM, «l office or bjr , tc. omu , •Ktr- 128-p»g« Book on »H9kln«»d Sculp Atrec UOT» wid Ibilr Tnmunent n. nt (««l«d) for lOc. . . 1ISS W. 424 St., N.Tf. City. For Sale by^Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin and Scalp. Prepared by a Dermatologist with 20 years' 1 experience. Highly indorsed by the medical profession: unequaled as a remedy lor leczema, Bciildtuifld, oily skin, pimples, flesh worms, URly complexion, etc. .Indispensable as i. toilet article, and a Bute preyont- iva of oil diseases of tbs skin and uc»ip. At Druggists or by mall. Prlce'BOc.. For the Next Four Weeks : I will sell you an elegant suit for $22 00 CASH I db'this to^makejroom for the finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Daily Journal. ;323 Pearl Street. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL -L Can oysters at Rothermels. Strawberries, at Rothermel's. Try 3. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Patronize Tailors 1 Union label. 4ml Charlie Keasch is on the sick list. Ka'dishes and onions, at Rothermel's. Soap foam, 3 cents a package, at Foley'a, Smoke the "Rene'' oi^av at Johnston Bros. Seedless raisins, 12i cents a pound, at Foley's. Must clean up all the fire goods.— Golden Rule. California prunes, 12} cents per pound, at Foley's. New goods, -from the fire sale, at the Golden Rule. Russ starch compound, 1 cent a package, at Foley's. A light XC sugar, 25 pounds for $1, at McCaffrey & Co's. Miss Martha Wecht is suffering from the etfects of the grip. Fresh lettuce, 'radishes, onions and spinach, at McCaffrey &. Co's. Big sale of lace.curtains,.at.tne.Bea> Hive to-day', at fire sale prices. = Another lot of fresh fish will be in early this morning at A. Hubler'?. Granulated sugar, 5 cents a pound, at Rothermel's, corner 12th and Spear. E. Winter's $8.50 hand-made shoe is the best shoe made for the money. Johnston Bros, have a fine line of cigars. They recommend the "Rene." John Dunn has been appointed deputy assessor of the Third ward. Last day of the Bee Hive's fire sale. Be sure and improve the opportunity. Remember, when you want good, butter, that A. Hubler keeps nothing else. Special cut prices on all damaged goods; must close them out at once.— Golden Rule.. All hands are busy at the Grand Bazaar marking out tinware,- which just arrived. Rev. L. L. Carpenter of Wabash, was in the city yesterday en route to Maxinkuckee. New case zephyr ginghams at——— well come and see how cheap they are marked.—-Golden Rule. Replenish your /table, linens, towels and napkins. Last call on their goods, to-day at fire sale prices. We are agents for the world famed Steinback sleeping cab, the most useful carriage ever made. See it at the Bazaar. Wm. Schwier is a candidate for councilman of the Third ward subject to the Democratic nominating convention., "Nick,"' the Tailor, Fourth and Broadway, McTaggart's block, up stairs. Suits to order from §25; pants from S5. aprSdSt P. B. Nickers, the hustling drummer for Babbitt's soap, was circulating around town yesterday. He was the guest of the New. Johnston. An amusing incident in high judicial quarters occurred in the reversal by the Appellate court yesterday of a decision rendered by Judge .McBride, now on the Supreme bench-, while he was a circuit.judge. The attention of the city council and the street commissioner is asked by residents-.-of the East End, to the condition of Fourteenth, street from the old canal bed to .Toledo street. This street is so muddy that a team •with a heavy load could not get through, ..and the .board sidewalk adjoining is so rickety that pedestrians especially libose who are obliged to pass that spot after nightfall are in danger of losing life of limb. ClllmcM of Normandy. The opera, Chimes of Normandy, presented under the auspices of the free reading room last night was produced under the most trying difficulties, but was a pleasant success for a' that. "There is an old adage," said Mr. Demorest before the curtain at the close of the first act, "which says, if it's not one thing, it's another; and we have had both one thing and another." It was certainly aggravating to Mr. Demorest, the lady managers of the reading room, and especially the cast of the opera, that on the eve of tbe production the two leading' lady characters should fall ill, but such was the case in this instance and the unfortunate circumstance militated seriously against tbe success of the production. Mrs, Charles Kreis who had perfected herself in the role of 4 Serpolette fell a victim to the grippe Thursday, aud although, as Mr. Demorest explained, tbe physicians had done their utmost to put her on her feet for tbe play, she was unfortunately confined to her bed. Mrs. W. H. Anderson, who had led the orchestra at the piano, consented at 5 o'clock last evening to throw herself into tbe breach and take Mrs. Kreis' place in the opera. Mrs. Taber on the same short notice took Mrs. Anderson's place at the piano. The manner in which both ladies acquitted themselves spoke volumes for their musical proficiency. Mrs. Anderson oesides taking the role of Serpolette, also assisted Miss Britton as Geramine, singing the more important lines of the latter, whose fine voice was unfortunately in no condition to render her lines. Miss Britton was really too ill to appear, but as Mr. Demorest explained she had heroically arisen from a sick bed to do the best she could rather than cause furth*r disappointment. The "Marquis" of Alvin Denbo and the "Jean" of A. J. Dickerhoff .were both well taken, both gentlemen displaying their excellent voices to good advantage. The "Gaspard" of Mr. G. V. Demorest was a strong piece of acting and his powerful voice was heard to superb advantage in several scenes. His was the best "Gaspard" ever seen on the local stage. The "Bailli" of S. H. Hendee and the • -Notory" of J. C. Bridge were capably presented. The • chorus was strong and well selected and the numerous picked voices produced a fine musical effect, several choruses being roundly applauded and encored. The costumes were handsome and several very pretty stage pictures were presented. The house was well filled and while many defects were perceptable, as a matter of couse. the opera would compare favorably, considering the difficulties under which it was produced, with many a first night production of professionals. The repetition of the "Chimes" tonight and Monday night will undoubtedly attract large audiences. Will Magee, well-known here from boyhood, died at Lafayette Tuesday from la grippe. His remains were brought here yesterday morning for interment and the funeral will take place to-day (Thursday) at 2 p. in., from the residence "of his brother-in- law, Judge Reynolds, services being conducted by Rev, Gsorge Knox. The deceased was in the prime of young manhood, and his death is a great shock to all his acquaintances here.— Monticello Herald. The deceased was a brother of Senator Magee of this city who attended the funeral on Thursday. _ Rochester Republican: Mrs. Barkdoll bas sold her millinery store to Mrs. MollieFunk, of Logansport, who come into possession of the same next week. Mrs. Funk was well-known in Rochester some years ago as Miss Mollie Armantrout. Her husband departed this life some two years .since, and she is now amply supporting her little son and daughter by personal exertion. Being an active lady she will deserve the best friendship and a liberal share of patronage. Xlie AlU' 1 "I" cincllt The appraisers are hard at work under the new law. There will be a good many surprises when the work is completed. The official figures on some of the work already done places the valuations as follows: State National bank building £ ?2ffi Partridge'hall block 16-000 Kreutzberaer's store room on alley 15,000 Mrs. Borges (Flaniigan'3 <fc Crismond's store room) lo.uuy This is about three times higher than the former appraisement. : Abe Stern, was quite painfully burned yesterday by an explosion of natural gas in his father's butcher shop. While lighting a fire under the boiler in the rendering room the gas escaped in sufficient quantity to create quite an explosion, burning Abe's face and right hand severely. All things end in smoke, but there are different kinds of smoke. The ' 'Rene" cigar makes the best smoke. HOME AGAIN From New York and the EASTERN MARKETS. . After three weeks of steady buying HARRY FRANK Has returned with an unusual fine line of ...-. Clotning and Furnishings Our future inducements will be Largest Latest Best Lowest Variety, Styles, Qualities, Prices. Harry is the only Logansporl Clothier who goes regularly every season to the far east to produce the newest.novelties for the least money. And Here's What tells. Our resources are limitless, and we will represent in the future, • as- in the past, what ever money can purchase or Enterprise Command, HARRY FRANK, "TO BE SURE." 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 year's experience, and we've learned to : like it— most 'of it." Advertising Competion. There's the competitor who has advertised .us widely. He has enthusiastically claimed that his prices beat McCaffrey's, while knowning better. 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 one thing .fora.'aajCoi.- .two "at, less than manufactures could madeitlor, then said,; "comp'are^.with ..McCaffrey's published prices." . Peoplesoon found out that that, was'the.oaly 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. . ,.''••..>' I Petty Competition . • The majority have never tried to meet us, but have said what they could at their prices. Wide-awake people left them>lone. What it Has Done For Us. This competition, has built our business. It was only by having lower prices,- better qualities- and -a 'wider; assortment than others .that we drew our trade And that is what is- increasing it.J : . ,. . M. McCaffery & Co.

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