Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 23, 1891 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 23, 1891
Page 9
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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 » 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 : 24c Forty-inch Camel's hair dress goods, worth 65 cents, at 39c Thirty six-inch plaid dress goods, worth 30 cents, at 22c Thirty-six inch Cashmere, worth 35 cents, at. 10° Forty-six-inch Henrietta, extra value, new shades, worth $1.25, only 89c Silk Grenadines, worth $1,00, only 59c Zephyr Ginghams—about 50 pieces of extra wide Zephyr Ginghams, at... lOc TORE A L I Z E How oreat 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. SCHIITT & 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 G-ray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thine for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. .FACIAL BLEMISHES. Tilt l»rc«t flitahlUhiiMUt In the world f°7 th« tr»t- mitlrtortba itin R»itic»lp,«i«in»,uiolsi,w«rtl,iuper- l UW Hh»lr,l>lrlhm«rkl,«.olh,fr«cl!l«,pinlpl«l.*'rlok. Wh Ted no.., ttii wtai, oily .Ho, «c°«, blicUiMdi. «7bcri' ilcb. ion, »lt«Dgt, powdjr msrki, IK M leielonrnonl, «le. Coninlunlon Free, ilofflCT or by (.tier. 126-POge Boole on .11 Skin MdScdp ABic- Uoui aud tb.lr TroMroonl «ol («»l«l) for lOc. JOJUX , For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap ^ For the Skin and Scolp. , Prepared br » Dermatologist with 20 years' experience. Highly indorsed by the medi- ciif profession; uiwqnaled as a remedy for I eczema, scaldhead, oily skin, pimples, flesh worms, uBly complexion, etc. Indispensable as a toilet urticle, and a anre pnjvant- ivo of all diseases of the skin and scalp. At Druggists or by mail, Price 50c. Fortlie Next Four Weeks .1 will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 CASH. I do this to make room for the nnestline of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J.HOOLEY, Pearl Street. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Patronize Tailors' Union label. 4ml Cut prices on dress goods.—Golden Rule. Get your ice cream at the Vendome. apr23d4t Complete fishing outfits at the Grand Bazaar. Flannel waists, lace front, 15 cents, at Otto's. Examine the new oil paintings, at the Grand Bazaar. Call and see our line of spring jack$ ts. —Golden' Rule. Busjahns' turned on their famous soda water yesterday. Go to the Vendome for your ica cream, 5 cents a dish. api'23d4t Latest shades in dress goods with trimmings to match.—Golden Rule. The finest ice cream ia'the_ city at the Vendome for 5c. a dish. apr23d4t Mrs. F. A, Hill, of Indianapolis is visiting Mrs. Mary Hill on Third street. Lawn tennis rackets from the cheapest to the very best grade, at • the Grand Bazaar. Calico shirt waists that competitors consider a bargain at 25 cents, Otto sells for 15 cents. How about our 10-cent wash board, can you use one? They are good value at 20 cents.—Foley. Fifteen cents! Why do you sell those waists at that price," "Mr. Krause? 'Cause I want trade. Don't buy your cutlery until you examine the new stock at the Grand Bazaar, we handle none but best standard makes. Mr. Charles Watts, General Superintendent of the Pan Handle, stopped ia front of Otto ' Kraus' mammoth store and remarked, "that it would he a fine establishment anywhere- 1 ' Lafayette Call: W. F. Deverill died Sunday at his,.'home in Chicago, and will be buried to-morrow at 2:30 p. m. at Logansport. He was related by marriage to Mrs. A. O. Behm, and has often visited this city. Captain and Mrs. Behm will attend the funeral. You can always get a good glass of soda water at Busjann's. apr23d2t Judge A. W. Reynolds of Monticello was in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Anderson of Marion is in the city visiting relatives. The four year old son of H. W. White of Clay township is dangerously ill. Busjahn Bros, use nothing but pure fruit juices 'as flavors in preparing 'their soda syrups. apr28d2t Free with any child's s..it, a base ball outfit, at Otto's, of course, or jointed pole and fishing tackle. Yesterday in the Circuit Court Elizabeth A. Brown was granted a decree of divorce from Pollard J. Brown. Lafayette Journal: Capt. and Mrs. A. O. Behm R-O to Logansport to-day to attend the funeral of the late W. F. Deverill. Mr. and Mrs. John Alber ecter- taided a pleasant party oT friends at tea last evening 1 at their home on][upper Broadway. George Hunt died last evening at the home of Mrs. Cox, on 17th street, aged 39 years. No arrangement for the funeral has been made. QThrea Italian musicians appearel on the streets yesterday and during the afternoon and evening played sweet music. It was an excellent trio. Cadet navy and all the other new shapes in caps, 15 cents at Otto's. They cost more, but Otto says they don't seem to catch the popular fancy. It is said that Rev. A. W. Hawkins, for many years pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church in this city, and who resigned his charge in 1885 to enter another field, ia the South, will be recalled to his old charge. The Marion Leader made a libellous attack upon Mrs. M. N. Andrews of Xenia, a minister in the Universalist church, and also a member of the W. C. T. TJ-, and now finds itself confronted with a suit for $10,000 damages. . Mr. David Joyce, an old and respected resident, of Washington township, died at his home on Tuesday aged 78 years. The funeral will be held at 9 a. m. to-day from the residence, burial at the Lutheran church on Rock creek. ' . The W. R. C, benefit supper given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. .H. J. McSheehy last evening was a verj pleasant success and inaugurated a series of Sjjch suppers which tbe W. R. C. propose to give at tbe homes of members during the summer. Major MoFadin, Judge A. F. Smith and N. B. Barren, will depart this morning for English Lake OD a fishing trip to last several days. The spirit of Aubenaubee will hover near'this veteran trio and direct them to all the g-ood fishing holes in the lake. Laura Shuey, wife of Curtis Shuey, died at 5:30 a. m. yesterday at her home in Clinton township aged 20 years. The funeral will be held at St. John's church in Clinton township at 11 a. m. Friday, the cortege to leave the residence at 10 o'clock. Dr. Arther Hermann received yesterday from Chicago a doctor's photon, a beautiful and servicable vehicle which" will make easy long drives over- bad roads. This is the only vehicle of the kind in the city and the doctor has proper reason to be proud of it. Last evening a gay party of young folks from the city drove out to Miami township and perpetrated a pleasant iurprise on Miss Scheerer, the charming daughter of Mr. Jacob Scheerer. The occasion' was the young lady's birthday and the evening was much sn joyed. The police chased a gang of burly vagabonds out of town last night. The tramps were up around the old brewery disturbing the residents up there by their wild orgies and the police raid proved effectual. A stone pile would be the proper medicine for these worthless vags. The old Centenial Dancing Club will will give a grand complimentary ball at the G. A. R. hall this evening. This will be a grand' social meeting of the old members of the famous dancieg jlub which was organized and conducted so auspiciously in. Logansport i!876. A full attendance will be seen to-night and the affair promises to be peculiarly enjoyable. The remains of Wm. F. Deverill together Jwith the body of his infant son which died some months ago and had lain in a vault at Chicago since, arrived in the city at 1:47 yesterday afternoon: The remains of the infant were taken at once to the cemetery, while all that was mortal of ' 'Billie" Deverill was accompanied by the sorrowing friends to Trinity Episcopal jhurch/where services, were conducted by Rev. White of Lafayette. The this her mother, Mrs. L. S. Purcell, 'C. S. Green, John Condon, Sam Doll and Harry Dale, Among others from out of town in attendance at ttie funeral were Capt, and Mrs. 0. H. Behm of Lafayette. , . remains were accompanied to ity by the grief stricken widow,. The Battle of The Ballots Next month will decide who shall be Logansport's Ruler but that Harry Frank is tbe Ruler of all the Clothing Trade is so well known that it needs no introduction. WE ANNOUNCE The Inauguration of tbe greatest Suit Sale ever made.by any one store. i Tbis 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 ''•.>• i And a saving- of from 15 to 25 per cent, is assured. ,. ••• rlR/IDI C* 0 I UIYluLL NEVER RIP. -XE61S BOYS One of our Leading child suits Our lines for children and boys are Po sittvel y Great, Comparatively Grand and Super- latively Stunning We have them nn ,: nwal . aa . • An- all "Wool Men's pants for $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 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 Loganiport and Delphi. Sure--ft* Death! To Cockroaches, Rats, \ Mice, and Bedbugs. \ FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. { at Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. Three Kinds of People! There are three kiadVof people who are not customers of McCaffrey's, and j each kind has a different reason for it. These probably are the reasons. | Don't Believe It. , } Some may figure that as every dealer advertises the lowest prices and every dealer cannot have them, all misrepresent themselves, j We publish our prices, though we hand you a sheet every fort- \ night. If we are not correct, you can prove' it. ' If we are, -you } most believe us. ' I, .-.-: I Think Something is Wrong. -J There are those who know that are prices are loTrest bulTsuspect that the. quality is lacking. No! that isn't where we cut-for we v guarantee our qualities. We save by buying in large qualities and buving for cash—by selling in large quantities and selling for cash, we save you nearly a third by that. We do not n,eed to • scrimp on quality. ••'•-.-. . • ^ •. ' ' 1 Don't Think About it. ! ~ • . v i •' There are those who do not think aboutsit, yet some of thee? work , ^ for days, to earn what each month they might save if , they, only ', stopped to think about it. ' v TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? i \ M. McCaffery & Co. <

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