Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 15, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 15, 1891
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~es~=7 *" -""• *" ~Jj •SVfSS 5 ;*;,, " v> ' " "'* W *9™ ,'-\ y ^-rj.r-sc 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 ffie Corner Dry Goods Store. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. THE TICKET. Sketches of I lie Candidates Named by the Itepublican Convention. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thine for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB 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. . Yours Truly, - '"PUCK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. The la'g.it eilaHlihnwal In the world for tile UuU meat of thio Ikln n»d ictlp, •ciem».molti( 1 w*ru,iuper- tQOBi hair btrthmarkt.noth.frttkle^pllDpki.wrinlC' k., red now, T«d »eUi, oily .kin, Km, blKkheadi, Hubert' itch, lean, pltllugl, powdir markl, facial 'vTClonmaat, ttc. Coniultatlon Pros, at office or by ,'«tt*r,. J.28-DHKO Book on Ml Skin a'ld Scalp Affao tlont and Ib.ir Treatment lent (waUd} fur IDo. JOHN H. »ermalolo E lit, 1»5 W. For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin and Scalp. Prepared by a DormatoloEint witti 20 years' experience. Highly indorsed bytneniedicalprofesnion: unequaled.au a remedy for eczema, stavldhead, oilyskiD, pimples, flesh wonns, ndy complexion, etc. Indispensable as a toilet article, and a sure preventive of all diseases 61 the stan and scalp. At Drugg;l»t«orby mail. Price 50c. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. -; . i . . ' I do^this to^makejroom for the finestline of Spring Goods ever brought to this city Daily Journal. Pearl Street. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 15. at Monti- Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w John Connor is on the sick-list. Patronize Tailors 1 Union label. 4ml A girl wanted at the Chinese Laundry. apr9d3t Tom Garrigan is visiting at Monticello. For rent, three rooms. Inquire of J, Herz. . apr!2d3t Ed Diehl is going to housekeeping on the West Side. . • J. S. Brothers, Vandalia roadmaster was in the city yesterday. Something worth reading in Otto's advertisement this morning-. Chas. Dykeman, who has been sick for some time,-is around again. Mr. W. W. Armstrong is out again after a severe attack of la grippe. For sale, a good family horse and surrey. Inquire at this office. al2d3t Mrs. J. C. Edge-worth is one of the number that went to Indianapolis today to see Earnhardt. Mrs. Henry Earner, of the South Side, is confined to her home by a serious attack of la grippe. J. Q. Sweetser and family are in Wabash, • called there by the sudden death of Mr. Sweetsers mother. Miss Maggie Howard will entertain her friends at her home on Spear street Friday evening in honor of her 18th birthday. Lon Williams, the popular clerk at Jordan Hecht's clothing house, was married to Miss Alice Reed cello yesterday. The Logansport Wall Paper Company have decided to put on the mar- ret a good quality of wall paper for 6 jenta a double roll. A union, of the three Epworth .eagues of the city will give an entertainment at the Market street M, E. church this evening. Electric Cleanser will clean your wood work, furniture, picture frames, windows and mirrors. Samples free at Andy Welch's Fancy Grocer. Mr>. J. F. Grable is having a cement idewalk put down around his proper- y corner of Sixth and High street. Mr. Michaels is doing the work. The S. H. and M. H. club will meet 1 his evening at Miss Pearl Jones. No. 8 Front street. All members are re- uested to be present promptly at 8 'clock. The family horse of B. F. Keesling ustained a serious injury yesterday y running into a barbed wire fence n the farm of Frank Gottshall, in oble township. Mas. W. H. Armstrong, of Grand lapids, Mich, returned home yester- ay morning after a very pleasant our week's visit with friends and rela- ives in this city. The Van-dalia has a steam shovel in heir gravel pit at Camden and .is auling out gravel at the rate of sev- nty-five cars per day. They are also auling gravel from their Marmont it. Wm. L. Mallay advance agent of arry & Fay's McKenna's Flirtation is n the city to make arrangements with Manager Dolan' for the appearance ere next Monday night of that roar- ng farce comedy. At the' Trades Assembly meeting unday afternoon President Webster ntrodaced a resolution calling upon 11 people to patronize union made ci- ars in view of the present depression n the cigar trade in this city. Michaels & Son started yesterday ith fifteen men on cement walks. 'his firm will have all the work they r ill be able to do this season. Their ast year's work, is the best that has een done in this city and they invite le public to inspect it. It is always a difficult task to name a ticket that will overcome a three hundred Democratic majority. Past conventions have tried it and failed. This one-has tried it add succeeded. There is enough hustle and enthusiasm in the Republican city ticket to carry it to victory, and there j is plenty of ability deserving success. WELDON WEBSTER was born in Logansport thirty years ago. He has been associated with his father, J. P. Webster, in the jewelry business for ten years past. He has always been an enthusiast on city affairs, and about a year ago made a splendid fight against the custom of permitting itinerant peddlers and merchants to escape taxation. He insisted that it was not right- that home merchants should pay taxes and rents all the year round while the itinerant came in in the busy season, paid rent for a month, escaped- taxation and took a share of the trade on bumcombe advertising and bogus goods. The fight for the Assembly park project is still fresh in the minds of the citizens, and more recently an effort in favor of free gravel roads, Mr. Webster is a man of good habits. He is a good business man, and the enthusiasm he carries Into projects for the city's interest is what the, city needs to give it a little life. Mr. Webster has never been in politics, and did not seek the office and his nomination for Mayor therefore is additionally complimentary. HENEl" YOSS is the candidate for Treasurer. For many years he has been engine inspector at the Pan Handle shops. Quite recently he received an injury which disqualifies him for hard physical labor. He is of German ' birth, but was educated in' the English schools and possesses the ability to fill the office and the confidence of those who know him. His nomination by Judge Chase vouches for him to those who may not personally know his true worth. ALBEET E. SWADENER, the candidate for Clerk until recently was employed as ,-v Pan Handle en- jjLaeer. ' He is a Logansport boy and almost every one knows him. He is personally very popular and equally good looking. When it was known that he was likely to be a candidate every one was for him and he had no opposition. He has never been an active politician. Mr. Swadener is competent, of strict integrity and good habits and industrious in his labors. He is one of the hustlers and hundreds of friends will be anxious to hear the Mayor tell Mr. S. to read the minutes of the last meeting. CHAKLE3 LUNSFORD For Marshall has run before and the oftener he ran the better-he ran. Two years ago he came within 23 votes of defeating the present Marshal and this time he will do better. He is a quiet, intelligent man who tends well to his own business and who has the courage, the ability and the inclination to make a good Marshal. JOHN E- BARNES, the well-known contractor, was nominated by the Republicans for Water Works Trustee. This action was somewhat out of the usual order by reason of the custom of 1 indorsing the Democratic candidate, but the convention felt that the Democratic con- Tention had acted in bad faith in naming for that office a shrewd, ex ceedingly active and very partisan politician. It was the opinion that the Board would be kept non-partisan just as well with the presence of another Republican on it and the unwillingness Of any Democrat to accept a nomination.under the circumstances made the action necessary. The name. of Mr. Barnes' is presented to the people to be considered in a non-partisan way with a proper consideration of the best interests.of the city and its water works system. The Battle of The Ballots Next month will decide who shall be Logansporfs Ruler—but that Hai-ry Frank is the Ruler of all the Clothing- Trade is so well known that it needs no introduction. WE ANNOUNCE The Inauguration of the greatest Suit Sale ever made by any one store. This Cut Represents One of our Leading- Styles of suits in Sack, three button Cut-away Frocks or Prince Albert make. We have in all the Leading- Makes From $S.OO Upwards And a saving of from 15 to 25 per cent, is assured. This Cut Represents **^ MR/ini r* One of our Leading child suits. U!Y!DL.L» Our lines for children and boys are Positively Great, Comparatively Grand and Superlatively Stunning. We have them NEVER R'jp. , -REEIS]""- - . • inr^VCi ISM IBT'f* from $1.00 upwards. £3U T ^3 <3LJt I. ISsi. An all Wool Men's pants lor $LOO. A good Boy's pants 4 to 13 years lor 2S cents. Our Laundred and Unlaundred shirts (3 for $1.00) and up, are the greatest value ever offered and warranted absolutely fast colors. Come and visit the greatest Establishment for fine Clothing,.. Hats and Furnishings and we'll sell you a good flannel shirts for 29c., worth 50c. Clothingly Yours, HARRY FRANK, One Price Clothing Leader for Logan jport and Delphi. Sure •- Death! To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. At Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. 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? seven. The Funeral of W. B. Lancaster. The funeral of the late W. B. Lancaster was held from the Broadway M. E. church' at 2:30 p. m. yesterday, Rev. II. J. Norris officiating. Interment was made at Mt. Hope cemetery under the auspices of Apollo Lodge No.: 62, K.' of P., and the B. of L. E., Chosen. Friends. Iron Hall Labor Union and Order of-T.rain.men. j The funeral was one of the largest ever attended in this city-. Among those in attendance from a distance were Sir Knights Lancaster, Hake, Bryan and Medley, of Frankfort. Palrick' Harti'gan and' Thomas Irwfn, representing Divisfon . No. 255, B. of L,. E., of Dennison, O., and.Conrad Snyder, representing Division No. 9, B. of L. B., of Columbus, 0. Your houses are full of beautiful things that sooner or later they become spotted- and soiled. Renew them by. Electric Cleanser.—Andy Welch, exclusive agent. Soap is an every day necessity. There is a place where 20oz. bars are given for a quarter. Where, eleven kinds of fish • are / kept, and twelve kinds of canned fruits and sixteen kiods 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 sacks'and is called McCaffrey's "Snow-Ball." "... : "}-- • Have You Found It? M. McCaffery &Co,

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