Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 16, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 16, 1891
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/I GINGHAM SALE! One hundred and fifty pieces 'of Zephyr Ginghams will be placed on sale this morning at 10 cents per yard, which usually sells at 16 2-3 cents per yard. BE ON HAND EARLY SCHMITT&HEFFLEY GOLDEN" RULE. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of G-ray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thins for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE ^EARL ST. TAILOR. Daily Journal. You will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring Styles. Yours Truly, J "PucK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. TheU-s.it ur'bm' llch. lean, pitting, po»ii«r mark., facial Jf relorment. etc. ConiultftHon Free, at office or bj illtr. IS-paRO Book on all Skin annSciIp Affcc- liuu and ;nelr Treatment pent (lulled) tor 10C. «JOZ1N H. "WOOX>B17I£Y, Jr,rm.K.lo C i.t, 125 W. 42<l St., N.Y. City, For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap "* For the Skin and Scalp. Prep.red by ft Dormatologist with 20 yea.™I experience. Highly indorsed by the >m<Al- 'csfprofession; uncqoaled us a remedy for leczenw, ocsidhead, oily skin, pimples, flesh worms ncly complexion, etc. Indi»pens- 3K » toilet irtielo. and » .are prewnt- ive of "11 discuses of the akin and scalp. At Druggists or by mail. Price SOo. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. I d<fthis to,make>om for the 'finest line of Spring Goods erer brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY :3 Pearl Street. THURSDAY, MORNING. APRIL 16. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Patronize Tailors 1 Union label. 4ml Polka-dot silks at the Golden Rule. New line of trimmings at the Golden Rule.' This is special silk day at the Bee Hive. More new dress goods at the Golden Rule. A second cook man wanted at the Murdock. John Baker will sell you clear river ice. No amonia. aprlGdtf For sale, family horse cheap. Inquire of Victor E. Seiter. apr!6d2t Elmer Copeland and Frankie Rodebaugh are licensed to wed. It will pay you to see the stock of lace curtains at the Golden Rale. Six pairs black satin rhadams for 65 cents, worth $1, at P. W. Moore's. Geo. Vinson is now reported as being able to sit up a little at bis home. Grand masquerade hall at McCaffrey's Hall Friday evening', April 17th. aprl6d2t Mrs. J. E. Edgeworth attended the Earnhardt show at Indianapolis Tuesday night. Dallas Ouster went Cto Indianapolis Tuesday to see the immortal Sara 3ernhardt. New and jaunty jackets; see the children's and misses neckwear, at the Trade Palace. Miss Alta Young attended the Bernhardt performance at Indianapolis Tuesday night. I will sell to-day ten pieces of black silk Faille for 81 cents, worth $1.25, at P. W. Moore's. Forty or fifty cents per yard for latest designs in China dress silks at the Bee Hive to-day. Tickets held for the musicale soiree at the Broadway Presbyterian Church, will be good Monday, 20th. Eight pairs surrahs for 75 cents, worth $1.15, and all .kinds of silk in proportion.—P. W. Moore. Don't buy confirmation suits until you see how low you can get them at Moore's new dry good's house. See the lovely white lawn, embroideries, fkraneings, mulls, etc., the largest line ever shown.—Trade Palace. One hundred and fifty packages of new zepyer ginghams at 10 cents per yard. Call and see them.—Schmitt & Heffiey. The young ladies of the Epworlh League will give an ice cream festival at the Wheatland street M. E. church Friday evening. All invited. The Misses Magee and [their guest, Miss White, attended the Bernhardt performance at Indianapolis a«d are visiting friends in that city. • Tuesday evening- quite a number of the young friends of Master James Stanton met at his home and enjoyed a good old fashioned taffy pulling. The ladies are invited to take a look at the latest styles in spring wraps as shown by a New York'cloak manufacturer at the Bee Hive's cloak parlors. One of the Bee Hive's New York cloak manufacturers will give aa opening to-day and take orders for spring jackets or capes at the Bee Hive's cloak parlors. Mr. Chas. Stow,'the genial press agent of Sells Bro/s United shows passed through the city yesterday. While here he favored this office with a pleasant call. Geo. W. Miller was the recipient of a beautiful ivory-handled buggy whip which vvas a present to-him from J. C. Hammons, a traveling man from the east, well, acquainted in Logansport. George is naturally very proud of his present. , ltciu« from tl«e Note-Book of Our Rullwuy Reporter—PolntB Por- wonal and Otherwise. Ed -Gardener, the popular Pan Handle conductor and John Manes, the well-known engineer had an experience at English Lake a day or two a°-o that was not as pleasant as it might have been. While fishing the boat capsized and the occupants were compelled to hustle. They managed to reach a place where they could touch the bottom but were afraid to move about or possibly couldn't because of the mud. After spending a couple of hours in the chilly water they were finally rescued. The annual meeting of the stockholders of thePittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company was held at its general office, in Pitts- jurg, yesterday. The Secretary submitted the report of the Board of )irectors for the year ending December 31, 1S90, showing the following results: Gross earnings, $15,452,931.- 9S; expenses, $11,465,488.54; net arnings, $3,987.444,4=1. The toa- nagfi transported was 13,172,933 tons; ind increase as compared with 1SS9, of 75T.814 tons. There was an increase in freight earnings of •=1,275,958,47, and an increase of 111,787 in the number of passengers carried, as compared with 1889, and an increase of 1290,560.12 in the revenue received therefrom. The Pittsburg, .Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company includes the old Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis railway; the Jeffersoaville, Madison & Indianapolis railroad, and the Cincinnati & Richmond railway. The number of miles of road embraced in the report is 1,578. The board of directors will probably meet at an early date in Philadelphia to reorganize. The Battle of The Ballots Next month will decide who shall be Logansport's : :Euler—but that Harry .Frank is the Ruler of all theiClothing 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 $5.00 Upwards And a saving of from 15 to 25 per cent, is-assured. This Cut Represents One of our Leading child suits. Our lines for children and boys are Positively Great, Comparatively Grand and Superlatively Stunning. We have them An Omission. Two deaths which occurred recently in Clinton township were ioadvetiant- .y omitted in the Journal. On Saturday Mrs. Charles Dickson died at her home at Clymers aged 23 years, of Drain-fever. The funeral was held at the St. Johns church Monday morning at 10;30, services conducted by Rev. Reeves of Camden. On Monday Mrs. Susanna Brown, of Clinton township died at the age of 56 years and was buried Tuesdaj at 11 a.m. from the M. E. church in Clinton township. A sad feature of Mrs. Brown's death was the fact that her daughter who was recently married was lying at the point of death with spinal menengetis and the mother knew nothing of it nor did the daughter know anything of her mothers illness and death, the physi- ians fearing that to inform either of them of the illness of the other would only serve to aggravate their condition. A DcNervcd Appointment. Dr. S. E- Smith, late assistant medi- l superintendent at Long Cliff hospital, received a telegram yesterday notifying him that he had received the appointment as superintendent of the saste'rn hospital for the insane at Richmond. The doctor departed immediately for the field of his future labor. This is a deserved appointment, as QDr. Smith is in all things emminently qualified to discharge the duties of his responsible position, and his friends here most heartily congratulate him on this promotion. Lewis Bessinger died at the residence of Mrs. Myers, on Spear street, at 9 o'clock aged 22 years. The deceased was a resident of Ada, Ohio, and came here on a visit. He was stricken with brain fever on Thursday, and from the first his condition was pronounced hopeless.' His brother and sister arrived from Ohio yesterday. The remains will be taken to Ada, O,. this morning at 11 o'clock. Invitations have been received in this city announcing the approaching marriage of Mr. Rome DePuy, of Wabash, to Miss Jennie Norton, a former society favorite in this city. The ceremony will take place at the residence Of the bride's parents at Peru, at high noon April 22, and will be;at- tendedby a. number of the friends of the young couple from this city. Lint of Advertised tetters Remaining In the postofflca at Losansport lor thi weeK ending Aprilll 1891. S' LIST. Snjder, Fannie Mrs LIST. Bridget, William, Earket, Frank, Carroll. Henry, Toust, Howard, Murray, Hanna Mrs. Grant, Isaac, Barks, C ii \Viley, H, P. •Wallace'* Circus, Peru. April 18th, the W abash line will sell tickets to Peru on account Wai lace's circus, 65 cents for the round trip. Tickets good returning April 19th. ' to18 Charley Schlademan, formerly of this city, but who has resided at Seafield for the past year, will be married to an estimable young woman at that place next Wednesday evening. . . BOYS SUITS- An all Wool Men's pants lor $1.0O. A good Boy's pants 4 to 13 years for 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 flne 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 Juogansport and Delphi. S u r e 4* 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? 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? . ! i 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.sacksjand is called McCaff- rey's "Snow Ball." , ' , -.. Have You Found It? .11. McCaffery & Co. : .'t..

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