Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 22, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 22, 1891
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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 haviDg advanced somewhat, we wish to reduce stock and propose to cut prices when you need the goods. 24c 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 .•_• • • • • • • • • • Forty-six-inch Henrietta, extra value, new shades, worth $1.2., only... .89c ±Sp± of extra wide Zephyr «^ i .!' lOo TO REALIZ E 1 ' How great these bargains are, please bear in mind that these 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 Thine for the Road. Call and Examine'Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal. A BemliilKceiico of.the Jameses. A. P. Burbank of Richmond, tHs State, formerly governor of Dakota territory, and a brother-in-law of Oliver P. Morton, is the possessor of a o-old watch that is a reminder o£ Jesse and Frank James 1 road agent days. He was one of a party of health and pleasure seekers traveling through Texas and Arkansas some years ago. In crossing a portion of the western wilds two open hacks and a carriage were used. Just as they reached a secluded spot on the route they were pounced upon by Jesse James and his gang of robbers. All were invited to "alight and line up" by Jesse himself who," with two ' others, sat upon their horses. Jesse's reputation as a bad man had gone before him, and the health-seekers were not long in obeying his command. Mr. Burbank was relieved of a valuable diamond, a sum of money and his watch and chain. After all valuables were collected he called out: •Js there a man here who fought for the confederacy?" One man responded that he had been a confederate soldier, wherupon all that had been taken from him was returned. A preacher in the party made his profession known and to him was returned his possessions. Jesse here straightened up and remarked: ' 'We are gentlemen and do not care, to rob defenceless women and those who fought the Yankee abolitionists, or ministers of the gospel." Six years later he was killed by Ford., A number of watches were recovered, among the one owned by Mr. Burbank. In the Circuit Court. The darnage^case of Hon. Anson A. Wolcott, of Wolcott, against the P., C., C. & St. L. Raiload, is still occupying the "attention of the court and jury, and it is said it will require two weeks to present the case. The suit is for $25,000 damages for the alleged inability of the defendant to furnish the plaintiff cars at a time when failure to ship a large quantity of grain entailed a heavy loss on the plaintiff. Both parties are fighters and stayers, and have employed a sufficient array of legal talent to make an interesting fight and it will be fought to a finish. While the amount involved is not nearly as great as in the Turpie- Lowe case the possibilities of a neat law suit is as good and considerable interest centers in tbe case Yesterday the four boys George Hall. Ed Overholser, John Roop and Charley Welch were arraigned for trial on the charge of larceny. Judge McConnell sentenced the boys to six months in jail and* imposed a fine of §5, but OQ the intercession of-a number of citizens withheld sentence during the good behavior of the boys. Gus' Eberline was tried for the larceny of a trunk from the wagon of a farmer named Schmitt. Eberline was found guilty and fined $100 by The Battle of The Ballots Next month will decide who shall be Logansport's Kuler but that Harry Frank is th<» 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 $5.00 Upwards And a saving of from 15 to 25 per cent, is assured. This Cut Represents M» »n f r One of our Leading ' U!Vlt}LL Ourlines for children and boys are -r-cH - 1 l~t 4- Positively Great, r~*~rii ,T •_ ,rf' e " £rom§1 - 00 upwards ' WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL VI. An all Wool Men's pants for $1.OO. A good Boy's pants 4 to 18 years lor 2S cents. ' Our Laundred and Unlaundred shirts (3 for $tOO) and up, are the greatest value ever offered and warranted absolutely fast colors Come and visil the greatest Establishment for fine Clothing, Hats and Furnishings and we'll sell you a good flannel shirts for 29c., worth,50e. Clothingly Tours, HARRY FRANK, One Price Clothing Leader for Logan *port and Delphi Sure*!- Death! the court, then recognizance. released on his own FACIAL BLEMISHES. Woodbury's Facial Soap ^ For tho Skin and Scalp- Wzema, scaldhea &< :t I si £ *-* 3P s™.i.l.,l.t, 1X5 W. 4»d St., N.Y. City, For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, ekia pimples, Heeb I^ ; ^«S««- ive of all diseases of tbo utan and scalp. AtDrugglstBorbymail.PrlceSOc. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. I do thiB 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 1 Union label. 4ml Blouse and shirt waists at the Golden Kule. Try some of those elegant fish eggs, at A. Hubler's. We are making great sacrifices in oar dress goods department.—Golden Rule. Get your lace flouncings now at the Trade Palace. A grand line to select from. A thirty-dollar gold watch given away. See my show window."—Ben Martin, 310 Fourth street.'. Now for bargains in new dress goods , and silks of all kinds. See the new I challies at the Trade Palace. ' The boys' and. children's depart- 1 ment, first floor at Otto's, is in charge of Mr. Brockman with instructions to reduce. .'. Now for carpets, get in your orders on account of the great rush so as to give us time to do your work when wanted.—Trade Palace. Salemens' Union meets in regular session this' evening when new candidates will be initiated and other business tranacted. A full attendance is desired. Fluctuating wheat fluctuates the price on our pink sack Snow Ball, but never so that you will find another flour of its quality so cheap.—McCaffrey & Co. -•• The supper to be given at the /residence of H. J. McSheehy to-night is for the benefit of the Belief Corps of the G. A. R. 'Supper from 5 to 8. Admission 2o cents. All are invited., .... If you want to see a really grand stock of ladies and misses blouses, leather and velvet belts, or Windsor ties—three conspicuous articles for this summer's wear—call at tbe Bee Hive dry goods house. The great popularity gained by Lansdowne, silk and wool dress goods, aside from its magnificence, the manufacturer, Mr. Wm. F. Read, of Philadelphia, guarantee's every yard his agents sell. Wiler & Wise are his .only authorized agents for Logansport. W. K. C. The Womans Relief Corps of this city, auxiliary to Logansport Post No. u'at the recent department convention held at Indianapolis, was awarded the honor of being the Banner eorpis of the State in the distribution of relief to needy and destitute soldiers and their families. The ladies having this noble and .patriotic work in charge have about exhausted their funds and in order to replenish their treasury, have ar- ranged'for a series of entertainments and suppers to be given, at the homes of the members. The first of these will be given this evening at the residence of H. J. McSheehy, No. 1217 North street, to which all comrades of the G. A. R. and friends of the needy soldiers and their families are invited, and thus aid in this worthy cause. To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR at Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. f'f± "'>$ . Fiineru.1 Notices. The funeral of Martin C. Heenan will be held from St. Vincent de Paul bhurch this morning at 9 o'clock, star- vices to be conducted by Rev. Father Campion. Ihe remains of Win. Deverill .will arrive in this city to-day at 1:17 from Chicago and will be taken to the Trinity Episcopal church ..where services will be conducted by a minister from Lafayette. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Her Sad Condition. Mary Miller, a . domestic in .the household of S. Wise is lying at the point of death at her home on tb« South Side. On Sunday on the advice of a physician the girl was sent home and on Monday afternoon gave birth to a" dead child. .Her condition had been skillfully concealed and her employers knew nothing 'of it. The poor girl is said to be iu a critical condition. Mrs. Capt. John B. Grover will depart to-dayior Columbus. Pittsburg, and other points East on an extended visit. While gone Mrs. Grover will seek to regain her health in the mountains of Pennsylvania. ^She has been ill for the past eighteen months and hopes to be benefited by the change of scene and climate. Three Kinds of People! ea ^rr^^ I Don't Believe It. Some may figure that as every dealer advertises the lowest prices «g and every dealer cannot have them, all misrepresent themselves. We publish our prices, though we hand you a sheet every fort- 1| mght. If we are not correct, you can prove it. If we are, you || most believe us. »,--'."Think Something is Wrongs ' There are those who know that.:are:prices are lowest but suspect that the Duality is lacking. No! that isn't where,,e^t-to we guarantee our qualities. We save by buying m, large ftuaWies and buving for cash-by selling in large quantities and sellin. L cash, we save you nearly a third by that. We do not need to scrimp on quality. (•,. • .--. V| ' Don't Think About it. . There are those who.do not,think aboutsit, yet some of them work? ,| for days, to earn what each month they might save of they only, ^ . stopped to'think about it. . , '.'..'-'.. , : : 9 ^ TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? M McCafEery & Co •'< iiiMil'lfet^a

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