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

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 8, 1891
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W*SSF*tfW^^ 'X^iPtV ' i J *•? -^?iw '^^Jf^R^r 1 ^^ ^ A <" "" -» *••* •V*'' '»M-.^I J * ^4> >. V <• <" s^fw^W^W^W*VOTOT?r%SiW ALL IN COMPLETE, Las t Shipment Arrived Yesterday On Sale To-Day COME YOU WILL SAVE NONEY At the Fire Sale, GOLDEN RULE. CHICAGO REPUBLICAN. WuMtlbiirii ISIccted by ;sooo. Kims Almost n |> 1*1 Hi 8$. PANTS, PANTS. Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8. 'I I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings ;, ^vhich sold heretofore and are soldj everywhere for f 10, but- which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! The secure choice. biggest bargain T ever had. Call early and JAKE HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. You Styles. will find all the Latest Novelties . Tours Truly, n Spring "P(JCK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. *!Tb«'.h»rgeit «*tak]!ihin«nl In the world, fpr tb« traat- a ilin »ndic»lp l *cx#ai»,molsi,warU ) iutH'f- , 8-page B d i£«lr Tie &• I ,,. fej^ird noio, Ted Tvlm, oily *kln, icae, blickiie:uli, lubcn* Itch, vcfct-*, pIUlnRi, pOwdor mirki, fulfil Jtvelopinent, tk. CoDiUllAlloa Fret, ftt office or l>v Vctter* 128-page Book <JQ nil Skin »«d Sculp AfTcC*- Tiealmtnt icnl (»kleil) for IOC, Hf. -WOOBBtTltV, IAS W. 4M St,,N. Woodbury's Facial Soap For the SWn and Scalp. Prepared by a. Dermatologist with 20 years' experience. Highly indorsed by the medical profewion; 'un&qualed as a remedy for eczema, scaldhead, oily akin, pimples, flesh worms, u(tly complexion, etc- IndisponH- able 0,6 A toilet article, and a Bare preventive of nil diseases of the akin and scalp. At Druggists or by mail, Price 30c. For Sale "by Ben Fisher, Druggist, For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for S22.OO CASH. I dojthis to^make'room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city . HOOLEY; Tne 323 Pearl Street, Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Patronize Tailors' Union lab'el. 4ml Notice our advertisement, it will pay you.—The Bazaar. A fine library lamp for 59 cents, at the Bazaar. Notice advertisement. Sweeping reductions on wall paper. Call and be convinced.—H. Wiler & Co. Mrs. Poter Weise is confined to her home on High street by a serious attack of la grippe. We will put on sale next Monday 12 dozen decorated china cuspidores at 25 cents.—The Bazaar. Special sale on lace curtains this week, at the carpet and wall .paper store of H. Wiler & Co's. A howling success, but six dozen left, those fine library lamps that the Bazaar are selling for 59 cents. The lamp sale attracted many ladies yesterday afternoon. The Bazaar is selling a fine library lamp for 59 cents. See it. Will T. Hurtt, of Lafayette, is visiting relatives in the city for a few days and looking after his interests here. Red Cross orders will he conferred at St. John Commandery on three candidates this (Wednesday) evening, at 7:80 o'clock. It is love at first sight when you see the magnificent stock of carpets, curtains and wall paper H. Wiler & Co. are now displaying. Go to the Trade Palace for your un- laundried shirts, embroidered ones, 48 cents up; shirts, 33 cents, the best in the city for the money. Mr. and Mrs. Hitt returned to their home in Chicarro yesterday, after a few weeks' visit with Mrs. Hitt's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Birch. By mistake the names of Miss Minnie Keller and Harry Troutman were omitted from the list of those that took part in the.Chimes of Normandy. The funeral of J. L. West will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, 'rom the Universalist chuch, services by Rev. T. E. Ballard. of Crawfords- ille- Lost, a ladies black hand bag containing a pocket book and a deposit jheck for 825 in favor of Mrs. P Campbell. Finder please leave at his office and receive suitable reward. A full line of the latest novelties in millinery are now displayed in Miss McGlinn's parlors in the 2nd story of the Smith building on Market street, one door east of Snyder's queensware store. apr8d2t A number of representatives of the Americanized Encylopajdia Britannica will be in the city next week' to push the sale of the popular work. Every family should have a copy of this work in their home. It is better than most libraries. The Order of the Eastern Star will go in a body to Kokomo Friday afternoon where they will be entertained that night by the Kokomo 0. E. S. A delightful time is anticipated by the local lodge. The Stars here have enjoyed the hospitality of the Kokomo chapter before and know what to look forward to. The-county commissioners yesterday sold to John E. Barnes, . the three small buildings, including Trustee Jackson's office on Court Park and the same will be immediately removed to make way for the projected improvements on the park. The contract is already let for the transplanting of a number of select shade trees on the park a'nd .before summer is fairly upon us it is predicted that the pre?- ent unsightly spot will- blossom as the rose. ' 1 Special to tbeJournnl. . Chicago, April 7.—At .this hour, 10:30 p. m. there seems little doubt of the election of Hercpstead Washburn, Republican, as Mayor. Retl'rns from 4JO out of 510 precincts show Hempstead Washburn, Rep., 37,850; D. C. Cregier, Democrat, 34,494; Carter Harrison, independent Democrat, 32,- 4S9;Elmer Washburn, Citizens, 18,635: Thos. Morgan, Socialist, 1,522. A. N, K. A special at 11 o'clock reports the following- returns from 423 precincts: H." Washburn, 30,109; Cregier. 35,723; Harrison, 33,090; E. Washburn, 19,390; Morgan, J,560 V Not BincouniKlnK to the "Bear*," From the weekly financial review of the banking house of Henry Clews & Co., New York under date of April 4, the following comprehensive summary is taken: ' Taking the situation as a whole, therefore, there is nothing in it en- cout aging to selling: while the present range of prices must be regarded as falling below a fair valuation of stocks upon their intrinsic merits. With no further shocks of confidence to be expected from the after-effects of the recent financial upheaval, it seems reasonable to expect that, with the coming abundance of money. both. transient and permanent investors will be forthcoming as buyers. Railroad bonds have advanced much beyond the recovery of stocks; and this disparity may be expected to produce an early advance of the latter. The tone of speculation, though still conservative, is becoming more distinctly hopeful, and the tendency of the market is perhaps told by the caution and timid- tv of the "bear" side." HOME AGAIN l-'i'om New York and the EASTERN MARKETS. After three weeks of steady buying HARRY FRANK Has returned with an unusual line line of Clothing and Furnishings Our future inducements will be Largest Latest Best Lowest Variety, Styles. Qualities, Prices, Harry is the only Logansport 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 ia the past, what ever money can purchase or Enterprise Command HARRY FRANK, 'TO BE SURE.' Cljrur Maker.** in Sewwioii. Last evening Cigar Makers Union 215 met in regular session and donated $40 to the coal miners to aid them in their coming struggle to establish the eight hour workday. It was also resolved to aid in every way possible the boycott on the 0. N. T. thread. The following were elected delegates to the Trades Assembly: 0. P. Smith, Geo. Parish, J. Fredrick Bismarck, J. L. Marz, Julius Wagner. Alvin Denbo, J. J. FaiTel. ,. — The Secretary was ordered to pay to the Park committee the sum of §25 at any time said committee asked for same. Arc 'These Churches Taxable? Indianapolis News: Attorney-General Smith is looking up for the State Tax Commission an answer to a query as to whether certain kinds of proper- to is not subject to taxation under the new law. The puzzling section is No. 9 of the new law, which provides that church property shall he subject to taxation so long as it is not used exclusively for church purposes. There are quite a number of churches throughout the State that are not used exclusively for religious purposes, and assessors have been unable to decide whether or not they should be listed for taxation A Profitable Investment. The late Andrew W. Thomas, of Warsaw, some years ago found himself with a large amount of unavailable assets on hand and considerable indebteness, and he entered into an agreement with the Methodist Foreign Missionary Society, by which he deeded his property to the society, and the society met his indebtedness and agreed to pay him $1,000 annually and his wife $500, they to retain a good house and lot during their natural lives, free of cost. The real estate held by the society is valued at $80,000. Jubilee Sinsins. The appearance of the Nashville Students, a colored double quartette at the rink last night attracted quite a crowd and the songs of the students were well received and loudly applauded. The entertainment, given for the benefit and under the auspices of the Market street M. E/'church was quite interesting and assured the Nashville Students a, .hearty welcome should they appear here again." "' . The trouble, bet ween .the '.merchant tailors 'and the TailorsMJnipn is not likely to prove so serious as was. first reported. The merchant tailors declare that the .only reduction, in wages is on cheaper goods, but that -this difference is offset by a raise in the scale on the higher class of goods. . ' Little Ithody. • The smallest of all the. States, Rhode Island, has the largest population per square mile, -or 318.44 persons. The ; figures of the .last. census " that if the whole Union were as densely .populated it would contain 945,766,800 -.inhabitants. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TAXATION? Procure a Copy of the New Law "at Wilson, Humphreys & Co.'s. Have You Found It? You every day need coffee.. There are a dozen places to obtain it, but if the kind is right, perhaps the price is wrong.. There is a place where every kind is, kept and every price is right Have You Found It? Almost everyone drinks tea, and; tea is costly. There is a place where every tea is carefully selected and purchased direct from the importers; when the 75 cent tea of elsewhere is sold at 50 cents. Have You Found It? Soap is an,every day necessity. There is a' 'place" where 20oz. bars are given for a quarter. Where eleve'ri kino's of fish ar« p ••' kept, and twelve kinds of canned fruits and sixteen kinds of dried!'-. Have You Found It? • ( . --.':' ', ', , ' '. Flour makes the staple of life, and everybody uses it. There is every kind of flour though, and the same brand is not uniform. There • is a brand of the whitest flour in Lbgarisp'o'rt, and the best—and it is Always the whitest and Always the best—Yet it costs but $2.45 per hundred. That brand is but up,in pink sacks^and is called McCaff- . rev's "Snow Ball." • ' • ;". '; ' .; Have You Found It? M. McCaffery & Co. i a

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