Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 14, 1891 · Page 4
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 4

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 14, 1891
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ED SPREAD SALE. 100 Honey comb spreads 2^- yards square only 100 Crochet spreads/extra yalue only 150 Crochet spreads, Marsailles pattern 75 Extra value spreads largest size only .$ 52 74 99 34 These are Real Bargains, ; You are invited to call and see the goods. 3CHMITT& HEFFLE Y. AN IMPORTANT DECISION 'Will'bo Rendered by Ju'lsu Francr To-day— The Turplc-Lowc Cafci; Decided. A C 0 B H E R Z . | ;;..:i - The Liberal Tailor is willing to i , = - - - ' t)ivide liis Profits : With his patrons in the following manner: I will bi a new measure book the 1st of Feb. and on every Ik suit measure, suit riot to be less than $30.00, the itomer is presented with an JB.OO Pair of Pants Gratis, (.Providing he is a cash customer. Same offer to i . stand for 3 months. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING FEB. 3. CALL AND SEE ME larry G. Tucker, Tlie Pearl Street Tailor. )EN FISHER, The Druggist. eeps a full line oT Trusses. :-: 311 Fourth Street. :-: \ LADIES' i- j^arm Slippers and Shoes I CHILDREN'S I. Warm House Slippers. ALKER& R.AUCH, 42O Broadway. or the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for .0O CASH. - . . flo'this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to this city J. HOOLEYTne Tailor 323 Pearl Street. Colored minstrels to-night. See the new carpets at the Trade Palace. Jesse J. Fording and Dora B. Poore are licensed to wed. The new bottling room at the brewery is nearly completed. For sale, a good pony, cheap, at the Twelfth street stable. ieb3d2t Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klein of Indianapolis, are visiting in the city. Kemnants of silks and dress goods must go now at the Trade Palace. Cleveland's. Colored Carnival tonight. A rare treat in minstrelsy. Teddledy Winks only 25 cents at the Bazaar.' Glass cup and stone men. The ground hog saw his shadow yesterday. Now what will the result be? Ladies cloths at cut prices, now at the Trade Palace. Come with the crowd. ' Miss Lucy Mahoney, of Indianapolis, is in the city visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. J. A. McCullough has issued invitations for a 5 o'clock tea Wednesday evening. , ', • '. Flannel shirts in winter weights at a sacrifice to close.—Patterson, the Haberdasher. d.tw The camp-fire to have been given at the G. A. K. hall this evening has been postponed. The Miami county grand jury has returned twenty-six indictments against Peru gamblers. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gaghy- gan, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Myers, south of town, a son, Samuel Gompers is one of the labor orators in the country. He will speak at the rink on the llth inst. Cash Grover and Khoda McMinn have returned from Goshen where they were, working- in the wheel- works. Popularly called the king of medi- ines—Hood's Sarsaparilla It conquers scrofula, salt rhenm and all- other blood diseases 1 Frank Comingore is the lucky possessor of a fine pony which he fell heir to last Saturday night. We under-, stand the animal is for sale. One hundred fifty pieces to be sold special prices this week in our black dress goods department. Don't miss them at the Trade Palace. Wm Leffell, an old and wealthy fanner living on the Wabash,. and Kosiouski county lines, fell dead on Saturday while seated in his chair. The case of John O'Connor, vs. the commissioners of Caroll and White counties, a bridge case brought here on a change of venue, is being tried in the circuit court. . Samuel Gompers is a cigar-maker by trade and one who has made the labor question a study for years. All surrounding /tows and cities are invited to hear him on the llth inst. The pupils of the St. Joseph Catholic school will give a' musical" and dramatic . entertainment "at the old church commencing next Saturday evening and continuing on .the following Monday, and Tuesday -nights. The proceeds are to. go toward the erection of a new school building which is badly needed. Mr. J. W. Chappie, the Pan Handle engineer, and Mrs. J. K. Gibberd, 'of the West Side, departed Sunday ior Judge Frazer will read his decision in the celebrated ; Turpie-Lovre case to-day at 10 o'clock. This decision is included in fifty pages of type written manuscript and will consume two hours in the reading. Last evening Judge Frazer gavo the attorneys in the case an outline of his decision in order that they might prepare their exceptions and other necessary papers. The details of the finding could not be learned, but enough was made known to show that it was a decided victory for the Turpies. Judgment will be given the Turpies against Lowe for amounts aggregating $32,000 and a decree will be made ordering the transfer to the Turpies of some of the real estate in White and other counties. This has been a Celebrated case. Seventeen weeks w«re consumed in the trial and the papers in the case would fill a large sized trunk. If carried to the Supreme Court the record will probably be the largest that was ever in this State. filed THE JURY A"T WORK. The Jury In tlic Shaffer murder Ca»e Have the Evidence Under Consideration. Yesterday just after noon the argument in the Shaffer murder case was concluded and. the jury was charged by the court explicitly and comprehensively and then retired for an all nights consideration of the law and the evidence. At midnight the light in the jury room streams out into the darkness as bright as ever, but tells nothing of the discussion .that is going on iu that room or . what the sentence passed on Mart Shaffer will be. The verdict is awaited, with considerable interest and much speculation was indulged in yesterday as to the outcome of the juror's deliberation. Oil at Terrc Haute. Two producing oil wells were struck at Terre Haute eighteen months ago, one oE which still yields fifty barrels of oil daily. "Since then twenty wells have been bored, all panning out "dry." The only one drilled within the past five months-came in last Saturday, but instead of oil there was a gush of "Blue Lick," of such everlasting smell that the citizens revolted and it was plugged. There is still a feeling' how ever, that there is oil below, if it can only be round, and there was a meeting last night in that city looking to further prosecution of the search. GENUINE Red Letter Sale] It will eclipse all are former efforts. Our entire Stock of Scarlet Shirts and Drawers'. a,nd fancy striped Underwear, , .:'. ONE- THIRD OFF •1-3 From Original Price Ladies and Gentlemen! In order to reduce the whole Hoe of Underwear, we make the most gigantic reduction ever quoted here. (SELLING PRICES) KOW. Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers .............. ', .$]/ 50 $J 13-. Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers ........ ....,.•.. 1.25 100 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers ........... .... i 00 75 Fine all wool scarlet shirt 'and drawers ............... 75 57 Fine all wool scarlet shirt and drawers ............... 50 38 Fine all wool fancy shirt and drawers. ; ............. 1 00 7.3 Heavy white and mixed shirt and drawers. . . ...... ; . . 50 ' - — "'25 And all other lines in proportion This is less than Manufacturers prices and less than you can buy them at Auction for its done to make room for Spring purchases, Buy now, for never will you buy as cheap again. This is a Cash Sale by -the enterprising One Price Clothier . . . ; ' •. ! -: M Harry Frank, Our grand distribution of Presents takes place 'next month, all are entitled to it, come and see us. ; ' : City Orders bought and sold. > i . : i . •Tine Coaches Broke Aivay. The South Bend Express due here Saturday evening had an unusual experience- When Greencasile Junction was reached it was found that the train had broken in two and the two passenger coaches were somewhere up the road, while the baggage car only was attached to the engine. The brakeman, Wash Sorrell, went dashing up the track with a lantern and put up a warning light until they could be pulled out of the way. This is the second accident of the kind that has happened on the Vandalia ia fifteen vears. 16, O O O ) Letters go to tlie Dead Letter Office Every day and most of them are destroyed by the government. NATIONAL LETTER RETURN STAMPS, INSURING THE SAFE RETURN Of all Non-Delivered Letters, adopted to every class of people under all circumstances at any place and at any time. Endorsed by the' Post'" Office Officials and by all who are using the stamps. For sale by Wilson, Humphreys & Co., Mate oCIIlabbitt Trial Xamecl. Indianapolis News: The^ trial •Minnie Mabbitt, for the murder her babe, has been set for the 24th of this month. The Mabbitt brothers will not be tried until about the middle of March. The Mends of John W. Ktaling are indignant over the petition filed by C. R. Pollard, of Delphi/in which the court is asked to appoint Kearn and Bailey special pauper attorneys to defend the Mabbitts. THOSE PINK SACKS , * Trusts, rings, combinations—anything to advance prices on a commodity—never helped the man who had to buy it in the least. Ve are here to help the ; man who has to buy an article—and that's the reason for our pink flour sacks. Our own brand /'Snow Rail" in these pink sacks was put on the market because we are friends of the consumer. We .did it to defeat the millers who fix the retail price on flour higher than it should be, A hundred pounds of "Snow Ball" flour costs you just 35 ; A. Festive Widower. Yesterday in Squire Fender's court John Adair, of Harrison township was called upon to answer the charge of paternity preferred Ada M v Freshour, a against him. by blushing Miss of Urbana, Ohio, upon the receipt of the intelligence of the serious illness of their .sister, Miss Dottie .Ghapple. A telegram from Mr. 'Chappie yesterday morning announced the death of Miss lhapple. Mrs. Chappie will^ depart ;his morning to Urbana to attend' the iineral. • " ' fourlee'n, of the same township. The defendant is a windower and vehemently denied the charge but was placed under, bond of $300 to answer to the charge' in the, circuit court. The- case has apparently created some little commontion out where the parties live. . D We have acquired, the agency for a .very popular silk and wool fabric called Lanesdown, for ladies , : waists "and full costumes.. It comes in fifty different colors, including all the delicate tints for evening wear. It is popular East, and undoubtedly is destined to become so her.e. Call and •see this new fabric at the ever popular Bee Hive dry goods house. Those whom we oppose by selling at this price will say our quality is not as good as their's.. Natural .that they should say so—but we guarantee it equal to> any flour made. Those who hate used it are delighted with it. Those who have not can prove its quality in this way:— Try a first sack, and if you do not find it equal to the best, we'll buy it back, less the first baking, at- just the price you paid us for the whole. A mostly guarantee if it is not the best, tor last week we sold, 10,500 Pounds. ''Snow Ball" is made from selected wheat,,-ground in a way that makes it the finest flour offered in Logansport. The price will please consumers. Others we do not cater to. M. McCaflrey & -Co. f" -V >t I ~\

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