Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 21, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 21, 1891
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THE MURPHY MEETINGS. A Grand Exhibition and Sale Strictly High Class _ • BLACK AND COLORED DRESS FABRICS at prices fully 25 per cent, lower than any yet quoted. The Season having advanced somewhat, we wish to reduce stock and propose to cut prices •when you need the goods. . • Silk drapery net, worth 60 cents, at..,,. .-, , Forty inch Camel's hair dress goods, worth 65 'cents, at *<> Thirty six-inch plaid dress goods, worth 30 cents, at.... -. ^ Thirty-six inch Cashmere, worth 35 cents, at . •_• • "" :'' Q • Forty-six-inch. Henrietta, extra value, new .shades, worth «1.2o, only... .89c SM Grenadines, worth.$1,00, only • • • • • • • • • • •' ! Zephyr Ginghams-about 50 pieces of extra wide Zephyr Ginghams, at... lUc TP REALIZE How g,eat these bargains are, please bear in mind that tbese goods are THIS SEASONS FASHIONS Made especially for this spring and Not Old Styles. We are bound to save you money is you pay us a visit. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE N.- B. See our Polka dot and other new things in silks. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice! I have Secured a'Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thins for the Road. Gall and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal. -TUESDAY, MORNING, APRIL 21. FACIAL BLEMISHES. •Tie Urtnit Mtrtllilmittit In th« world for ihe w«- •«,« o( iff ,kln no J ic»lf , .cam., Inol.i, «arti,.up«- l™oih»lr bltltm»rll,»lolh,fr.cU« ) plmpl«i.«niill- l™ ««"«», t* "to., oily .kto. jew. """"ft urbtri' Itch. ic»rh plltlne». P"™!" mirki, f».l»l ]«.'»pm.nt, •«• CioiulSillon frit, »l oOlc. or by ilt'r! 128-p«<> Book 0= .11 Skin .nd Scale Alf«M™, VidtSl? Twlmml "D* ("•'•<1> <" 10c ' JOHN H. -WOODBTJKY, i, 1*« W. 48d St., N.Y. City. " Woodbury's Facial Soap *" For the Skin and Scalp. Prepared b7 • Dennitologist with SO years' b'n, toLt .rfcle, and ««• g,™' jve of all diseases of the akin and scalp. At Druggists or by mail. Price 50c. , For Sale by Ben Fisher," Druggist, For .the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 CASH. I do this to make room for the finestline of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Pearl Street Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Patronize Tailors' Union label. 4ml John Baker will sell you clear river ice. No amonia. aprlGdtf Mrs. Flora Weyand, of Clymers station, departed yesterday for California. A desirable property, corner of 17th and High streets for rent/ Inquire at Pacific Express office. aprlSdSt Banjos given free with boys and children's suits ,at the Bell Clothing House, 405 Market street. Lovely Lansdowne's attheBee Hive. j Sole agents for. Wm. F. Read, the Philadelphia manufacturer. I We are headquarters for children's I clothing base . ball suits and banjos given free with each suit, at the Bell Clothing House, 405 Market street. A full and' complete line of the ustly celebrated Lansdowne on sale o-day at Wiler & Wise's Bee Hive dry goods house, the sole agent for the manufacturer. Chas. Baruheisel, of Chicago, is in the city. He was accompanied home jy his mother and sister, who have been in Chicago for some time. They will be in Logansport during the summer. , Alf L. Anderson is back from .a week's trip in the northwest, where he visited Duluth, Minneapolis and other points. In northern' Wisconsin he found snow three feet deep on a level. Winter indeed lingers in the lap of spring up there. Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss S. Elizabeth Mullin to Mr. S. C. .Kay, of Plymouth, Ind. The ceremony is to be performed at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mullen in Carroll county on Wednesday evening, April'29. A young step-son of . Jacob Shaffer living two miles west of Walton, in Tipton township, was badly bitten by a vicious doff last week. His upper lip was so badly torn that he was brought here and Dr. Etrman took five stitches in it. The boy is in a critical condition, blood poisoning having set in. The Great Temperance Revivalist Stirring 'Em «1> Asa In I>» !><>gum-port- Crowded nouses. The rink, for all its capacity of 2,000 souls, was crowded to its utmost Sunday night on the occasion of Francis Murphy's appearance here after an absence of two years. The enthusiasm aroused at the last revival of the great temperance advocate here two years ago has kept warm to this day, and the present series of meetings will be monster gatherings during .the entire course of ten evenings. The forceful power which stirred Mr. Murphy's hearers two years ago has not abated one whit, and he charms and holds bis audience the same as of old by the flow of his peculiar oratory. While Mr. Murphy is far from being a scholarly speaker—indeed he makes no pre- tentions to being so—he is gifted with a never failing fund of words and ideas whicb as they incessantly flow from his lips hold an audience as few public speakers are able to do. He ' talks to the people and for the good of the people. His heart is in his work and his personal enthusiasm carries all with it. On Sunday eight Mr. Murphy introduced his wife to a Logansport audience for the first time. It is clear that the great temperance worker is deeply in love with his wife and in her he has apparently gained a helpmeet indeed, one whose soul is with the grand work in as great a-, degree as is his. Mrs. Murphy responded smilingly and kindly to the ripple of interest and welcome which greeted her upon her introduction and immediately made fast friends with the a'udience. Last night the rink was again crowded and the'earnest appeals of the warm hearted evangelist brought a large number of convicted persons to realize the power of the pledge he wishes them to adopt and many a trembling hand signed the bit of paper which is to redeem them from the slavery of strong drink. These meetings will continue for ten days under the auspices of the Gospel Temperance Union and the Ministerial Association and promise of much good is felt. _ A Success. The concert given last night by the young Peoples' Society of .Christian Endeavor was a grand success and was enthusiastically received. Owing to the illness of Miss Josie Bringhurst and other unforseen circumstances the original program was slightly altered, by which, however, it lost none of its attractiveness. Mrs. W. H. Anderson and Miss Nellie Stevens in a piano solo did themselves great credit. "Now Tramp o'er Moss and Fell," a solo and chorus sang by Mines. Taber, Humphreys and Johnston, Misses Britton and Potter and Messrs. Giffe, Johnston, Martin and Humphreys wss applauded again and again. Prof. Bisbee held the audience spell bound by a cornet solo. Mr. J. H. Miller's violin solo was fine. Mrs. Chas. Kreis favored the audience with "Leuore," a solo which was beautifully rendered. A piano solo by Prof. Drumrnond was excellent, as was alto another by Miss Nellie Stevens. "Dragon Flies" sang by Mmes Humphreys, Kreis, x Johnston and Anderson, and the Misses Cora Britton and Minnie Potter was very o-ood and pleased the audience. A second violin solo by Mr. J. H. Miller was applauded more, than the first. "Miserere," from Travatore, was rendered by the grand chorus and proved to be the hit of the evening. All the singers rendered their parts to perfection without a single blemish. Logansport has good talent in this line, and ought to feel proud of It. The Battle of The Ballots Next.mouth will decide who shall be Logansportfs Ruler but that, Harry 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. TMs Cut Represents One of our Leading Styles of suits in Sack, three button Cut-away Frocks or Prince Albert [.make. ~; We bare in all the Leading Makes • From $5,OO Upwards And a saving of from To to 25 per cent, is assured.' This Cut Represents - ' • '.- -V '::];-(•: :-' •; ,; : :. ^ One of our Leading child suits Our lines for children and hoys are Positively Great, Comparatively Grand and Superlatively Stunning. We have them from $1.00 upwards. . An all Wool Men's pants for $1.OO. A good Boy's pants 4 to 13 years lor 25 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 oOc, , Clothingly Yours, HARRY FRANK, One Price Clothing Leader'for -Logan jport.and Delphi^ ^ Sure -ft* Death! To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR at Ben Fisher's Drug Store,-3II Fourth St. A Disastrous Blaze. Saturday night at a late hour fire broke out in the large new barn of Daniel Kitchell, in Deer Creek town- ihip, and before the blaze was discovered had gained such headway that it was impossible to arrest the flames or to release the live stock that was enclosed in the barn, and eleven head of horses and mules, ana; thirteen head of cattle perished in "the flames; also 250 bushels of corn, 11 tons of hay, grain, feed, harness, implements, etc.,' went up in the conflagration. On all this Mr. Kitchell. carried but $1,000 insurance, .therefore, his loss is quite large. It is strongly suspected that the fire was of incendiary origin, as at that hour fire from natural cause would be out of the question., Mr. Kitchell had but lately built this fine barn,'and the loss of it together with nearly all of his stock, implements, -etc., will be greatly felt. His neighbors deplore his loss sincerely, and if the' vile incendiary is caugttit will not go well with hini. _^___ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Forgy, of Kokomo, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Thompson. John Dewenter spent Sunday at Lalayette. Have You Found It? " You every day need coffee. There are a dozen places to obtain it, butfif the kind' is right, perha B s the price is wrong. -There is a placo 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 Vou Found It? Soap is an every day necessity. ThereVa. place where seven OQ07 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 everybodyuses it -Therel is .1 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 besV-Yet it costs but $2.45 per hundred. That brand is but up in pink sacked is _ called ^ McCaff- . rey's "Snow Ball." ' • ' [ - , ' •' Have You Pound It? M. McCaffery & Co.

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