Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 10, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 10, 1891
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" ' 7^,1, i i-: I" £ STANDARD GOODS Cleanfast Black Hosiery G. S. F. Double knee Hose for Children. Maqgiona Francesca Kid Gloves, R. and G. Black Corsets. Windsor Silk Umbrellas At the Corner Dry Goods Store. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE, FINE FANCY SILK MIXED SUITINGS And Nobby Light-Color Scotch Suitings In Great Yariety. We will continue to make up fine $10 Pants for $8. JACOB HERZ/ Merchant Tailor, Market St. Go^lleadquarters 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. The Ut«»* ciuVM.lim.nl In the world for ihe Irttt- MMltortno ikln »»Jic»lf,«a«mii.mi>l«i 1 w»rt:,iiiIwr- ™hi. red noi«. Mil Tiloi, oily ••!», —<-, -« -—; uilnri' ll«o, iciri, plllloih powdir markt, («cl»l leTllopwenl, «W. Coniulullon Free, al affiei or by -•He- 12&-p»KO Book on all Skin andScmlp Affec- Uoni'and l£«lr Trei.lli.clll «nl (w»l.d) for lOc. JOHN H. WOODBURY, ^Woodbury's Facial Soap For the SMn »nd Scalp. . Prapwod by » Dermatologist with SB years- I experience. Highly indorsed bythomodi- cs.1 profession; uneqoaled us » remedy for leSemi acaidheid, oily slm, pimple., fce B h worms unly oomp exion, etc. IndinpenB- 35?5a«toflet article, and a .ure prOT.nt- ive of all diseases oZ the skin and scalp. At Druggi»ts or by mall, Price 80c. Tor Sale by Ben Ffsher, Druggist, For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. I do"this to;make>om for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Tlie ™i Pearl Street. Daily Journal FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eoa&w Patronize Tailors' Union label. 4rnl Miss Clara Englebrecht is sick. A girl wanted at the Chinese Laundry. *P r9d3t Harry Frank was at Delphi jjyester- day. Francesca kid gloves, the best, fitting. —Golden Rule. California evaporated pears 15 cents a pound, at Foley's. Look at Harry Frank's spring overcoats before you buy. Miss Cora Alford has recovered frem a severe illness. . ' Dress goods and trimmings, all the latest goods.—Golden Rule. Six cups and saucers only SS cents, for to-day only, at the Bazaar. Mrs. J. T. .Elliott will- entertain a party of lady friends at luncheon this afternoon. '> Miss Emma Wefel is again on duty at Frazee's dry goods store after a prolonged abscence caused by_sickness. Miss Jennie Smith, who has been visiting in.the city, the guest, of Mrs.. James Rosenstock, has returned to her home at Richmond. Joe Behmer is moving his harness shop from Broadway to Pearl street; into the room lately occupied by Wm. Englebrecht as a shoe shop. The old blacksmith, shop on the corner of Third and Canal streets, lately used as a hide and juik shop, has been sold to a man. named Miller. A large number of the members of the Logansport Lodge of Eastern Star will go to Kokomo to-day to accept the hospitality of the lodge there. In Squire Smith's'court the German who eluded the officers the day before was fined $1 and costs for trespassing on the property of D. D. Dykeman. William Englebrecht has returned to Richmond. He reports-Ms. family not yet having entirely overcome the effects of the late Hagerstown collision of which they were victims. Joshua S. Layton, died at his home on Smead street last evening, aged 22 years. The time of the funeral which will be held at the Ramer church in Tipton township, has not yet been decided. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Redmond have issued invitations for a reception at their elegant new home on North street next Tuesday evening. Dancing and card playing will be the indulgences of the evening. Mrs. Emma Hitzeman, of Fort Wayne, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pothoff, east of the city. Her sister, Miss Lizzie Potthoff, who has been visiting her for some time accompanied her here. An exciting game of base ball was played yesterday afternoon between Master Fairman's nine and Master McSheehy's cine, resulting in a score of 9 to 2 in favor of the former, indicating a brilliant lot of plays by Fairman's club. •;-• The Democratic.primaries meet tonight. If the secretaries of the various ward meetings will bring,, send,. or telephone to the Journal.office the list of delegates to the city convention the Journal will publish the same for the convenience of the public and the candidates. April showers are beginning to make, themselves evident. Yesterday morning the season of thunder storms was ushered in by a fine electrical display in the heavens and lightning is reported to have struck in several places in the county, although no special damage is reported. Last night a warm soaking sho mrer gave the growing crop a fresh start. A Victory for Botli Sides. The jury in the case of. James .M. iiicheson vs. Capt John C. Brophy wd Isaac N. Myers, returned a verdict yesterday which is a victory for both sides, that is that the plaintiff is jntitled to that part of Lake Cicott together with its bed, -waters, shores, oanks, privileges, and appurtenances lying against the property of the plaintiff on the north and east oank of the lake, and finds for the defendants that they are entitled to that part of the lake together with the bed, waters, shores, banks, privileges and oppurtenances lying against their property on the south and east shores of the lake. As Capt. Brophy's part of the lake is the most valuable on account of the location of the Pan Handle company's ice houses thereon he is naturally feeling tolerably complacent over the fact that his right to this valuable ice privilege remains undisturbed. The verdict also finds that the plaintiff is entitled to damages in the sum of $250. The complaint asked for f3,000 damages. The Lake Cicott, case is now settled and it is thought that further litigation in the matter is at an end. The case of Caroline M. Barnhart et al. vs. August Gleitz and the city of Logansport, a suit to enjoin the widening of Eel River avenue at the expense of the property of plaintiff was begun before Judge Hammond yesterday afternoon and .will consume two or three days. This is a long pending case, and it is thought some satisfactory conclusion to it will be arrived at at this trial. Following this case the "chronic" case of John Ban la vs. George E. Ross, will be called. Edgar Murray, the young English-! man and naval lieutenant, the sad death of whose young wife in. this city has been noted, did not resign from the English naval service as stated, but was placed on the royal naval reserve for a short time on account of having his hearing impaired by the concussion of heavy artillery firing. He and his wife were here visiting his aunt Mrs. Isabella Smith, but he will return to England in a few months and'rejoin the gun boat "Nctley." He will take his babe with him and place it in the hands of its mother's relatives in England. Mr. Murry who was so excessively distraught at the sad death of his young-wife is gradually recovering from the mental shock produced at the time. _ A t liaiige In Finn Name. On April 1, Elliott, & Co., wholesale grocers, issued the following announcement to their trade: '-The name of the firm of Elliott. Shroyer & Co., has from this date, April 1, 1891, been changed to Elliott & Company. The name of the firm has been changed with a desire to bring forward a name to harmonize with the personnel of the partnership. Otherwise we make no change. The general management of the business remains in the care of Mr. J. T. Elliott, who for twenty years has fceen actively identified with the business in all its details. Respectfully yours, ELLIOTT & COMPANY He Had Hie Drink. Paris (111.) Gazette: Last week we run a notice of inquiry for T. 1 J. Immel, a prominent lawyer of Logansport, Ind. We sent our bill for 75 cents and received the following answer: "Inclosed please find $1 for your notice. Seventy-five cents is no good in a Democratic state like Illinois. Oar ticket now is Palmer and Gray for '92. They can carry every state in the union but three. The extra 25 cents is to take a drink with me to the next president—John M. Palmer." Here is our H©"- We are with you for Palmer—the Gladstone of America. It Sofa With a History. Eecently an old fashioned, straight backed, horse-hair sofa was placed in the hands of a Marion upholsterer for repairs. When taken apart there were found between the back board and the .cushion, 87 hair pins, 4 mustache combs, 19 suspender buttons, 3 buckles, 14 needles, 9 cigarettes, 5 photographs, 217 pins, several grains of coffee, a dozen cloves, 27 vest buttons, 6 pocket knives, 4 lead pencils, 15 poker chips, a vial of homoepathic pills, 22 lumps of chewing gum, 9 toothpicks, 4 button hooks, S dimes and 1 quarter. . • c. 1/S. o. TheChatauqua Circle meets with Miss Dora Shaeffer, at 720 High street, on March 21, 1891, at 7:30 sharp. Members should be more prompt: .Roll Call—Biographical facts. Quotations for Oliver W. Holmes. Regular Lessons—Last two weeks of outline in April Chatauquan. Members to find', and bring specimens for Geology. Readings—From Thackeray, Miss Minnie Sevan. From Geo. Elliott, Miss Ora Cox. ' F. H. WHIPPEKJIAN, Sec. This Cut Represents Mrs. A. Winklableck, of Chicago, was the guest of Mrs. James Hoglen yesterday, en route to her former home, at Greenville, Ohio. Our New Styles ot Spring Overcoats Which for elegance of trimming'arid general;make up cannot be surpassed and are equal to merchant tailor work, V'£ Aave them in all shades, In "-Mittens, Kerseys, Cassimeres and Black Cheviots, prices range at $7., $9., : $10 and $12. We Guarantee Them To be fully 25 per cent below in price, from what others ask. Our line of children s' ; school boys and men's suits; are nearly all in. We will speak of them in our next advertisement. HARRY FRANK, One Price Clothier of Logansporf and Delphi : 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 seven 20oz.'bars are given for a quarter. Where eleven, kinds of fish, -are . 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 Logansport, -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 saeksjand is called McCaffrey's "Snow Ball." ' / \ , ,'" J Have You Found It? M. McCaffery & Co.

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