Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1891 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 28, 1891
Page 9
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BONAFIDB REDUCTION SALE All Spring Jackets Must go \ Regardless of Cost I A Special Line of Children's Jackets* SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, THE GOLDEN.RULE. 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. RestDectfully, JACOB HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry Gr. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. You will find all the Latest Novelties m Spring Styles Tours Truly, ..,. y "PuCK." FACIAL BLEMISHES. "Th« l&rgut «t»VllibmiBt lo Iho world for tbt UMU InflBtof tba ikln ABdlCAlp,«C£«nft,moUl,w»rU,fUTnr- loftrt i»lr.blrthm»rki, »oth,/r«Jclei, plmpl«i,*rrinK- bi, ted noie, i«d wl», oily ikla, MM, bl«ckl»«d«| tarbctt' Itcb, war*, pUtinp, powdar mtrkt, tuM ItTelopniBnt, «lc. ComuluttoD Frea, fti effic* or by Mler. 128-p»goBook 00 Ml Skin »ndSc«lp Aff«- UODI »ad tflelr Tr«»Unoot "nt (ie>]«d) f»r 10O. aOBN H. "WOODBTTBT, r»7i»i«l«ilrt, !SWVv.4»dSt.,N.T K Clty. For Sale by.Bea ?isher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap ^ For the Skin and Scalp. Prepared bj » Dennatologint witj20 years' experience. Higbly indorsed by the medi- l c»l profession; nnequiled as & remedy lor "iemt scildhe.d. oily skin, pimple?, flesh worms. a«ly-complexion, etc. Inaispenfl- H«™» toilet article, and » .ore prer.nt- m pt*U diseases of the «ldn »nd n«lp. At Druggists or by mall, Price 50o. For tire lext Four Weeks I will sell yxju an elegant suit for CASH. E do this to make room.for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brbiight to this city Dally Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28. P. j. HOOLEY, "• Pearl • Street. An Irish. Arab to-night. Try J. B. L- Catarrh Cure. eod&w The "Rene" cigar at Johnston Bros. Get your ice cream at the Vendome. " apr23d4t Reductions in spring jackets at the Golden Rule. . • Smoke ' 'Rene" cigar, at Johnston's Bros, drug store. Bonafide reductions in spring jackets.—Golden Rule. Go to the Veadome for your ice cream, 5 cents a dish. apr23d4t •Rev. G. L. Macintosh of Winamac,. was in the city yesterday. Children's jackets in sizes from four years up.—Schmitt & Heffley. The "Rene" at Johnston Bros, drug store, is the best ten-cent cigar in the city. • • Mrs. Geoi ge Haigh left yesterday forTopeka, Kansas on an extended visit. I don't handle any refuse stock., My fish are fresh every morning.—A. Hubler. Mrs. P. Gillis and child of Columbus, 0., spent Sunday with friends in the city. Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Immel for a party Friday evening. Attend the ribbon sale Wednesday, to-morrow, and see the surprise.— Trade Palace. Mrs. Leo Nussbaumn is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Michaels, of the West Side. Miss Phosbe Tomlinson, ot Biddle's Island, is very sick with pneumonia, caused by la grippe. Listen for the horn and get some of those fine Lake Superior fish this morning.—A. Eubler. Before you take the train call at Johnston Bros, drug store and get some of those fragrant "Rene" cigars. See the new style carpets, curtains and shades this week at the special carpet sale at the Trade Palace carpet rooms. Now for carpets, lace and chenile curtains and straw mattings, at the Trade Palace carpet rooms, 319 and 821 Market street. Mr. A. H. Henschen, the popular tailor g-oods representative of St. Louis was in the city last night, the guest of H, G. Tucker. Lost a ten-dollar bill from Wiler's carpet store .and Kreutzberger's. Finder please leaye at Kreutzberger's saloon and receive a good reward. Miss Laura Griffin has returned to her home in Bourbon after spending a week in the city the guest of Miss Gertie Blassingham on east Broadway. Supt. C. M. Bennett spent Sunday at Urbana with -Mrs. Bennett, who is still kept at that place by reason o the painful accident which befell her a few weeks ago. Harry Frank presented the Journa yesterday with a lot of unleavened bread. This is the. Jewish .Passover and during the week this nation all over the world eat-this kind of brtad, On Wednesday evening of this week occurs the fourth contest of the chev aliers of-Canton Logansport for the prize offered by, Capt., Chase and, is now being worn for the second time by Chevalier. Uhl. Every Chevalier should be present on this occasion in full dress not only for the purpose o drill and inspection but another incident is likely to occur in which it will be.a pleasure for every chevalier o the Canton to participate. It wil depend upon the attendance. Conn out now. The Trades Assembly. . The. last regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Assembly was one if the most interesting, meetings since ts foundation. Delegates were admitted from the Bakers' and.Plasters' Jniontx A communication was read o the effect that the Tailors' Union had dissolved temporarily, but would oon bd reorganized upon a, sounder ooting. Organizer Smith took the floor and explained in detail the situa- ion of the Tailors' Union. He denounced the attempts of'certain indi- •iduals to disrupt the organization, and statsd that the only interest he had in the matter was the advancement of union principles. At this state of proceedings ex-President Webster entered the hall the delegates began clapping their hands, and there were loud cries of • 'Webster speech." When the applause had subsided the genial ex-President arose ind delivered one of the most eloquent five minutes speeches ever heard in the . Trades Assembly. At the close the applause was deafening. After Mr. \Vebster had taken a seat 0. P. Smith arose and oft'ered the following resolution which was received with great applause and unanimously adopted: , Whereas, President Webster is compelled by the laws of the Trades andf Labor Assembly to resign his office as President having been nominated by the Republican party for the high office of Mayor of the city of Logansport. Therefore be it, Resolved, That we express our deepest regrets that he cannot remain a member of the Trades and Labor Assembly. Resolved, that we extend to h^m our fraternal greetings and best wishes in what ever undertaking he may engage in. John S. Kilbourn of the carpenter's union was elected president by acclamation to Ell the unexpired term of Mr. Webster. Delegate G a iger introduced a resolution to refund to Mr. Webster the money he had expended on-the public park project, but before it could be read 'Mr. Webster arose and informed the Assembly that he would under no consideration accept one cent for the outlay of money that he had made for the furtherance of the park scheme. 0. P. Smith reported that the work of organization was progressing and that ho expected to form several unions within the next month. All unions report trade improving except the cigar makers. 0. P. S. DeathM. Last night at the residence of Daniel Mulcahey on Pratt street, another old citizen joined the innumerable caravan, in the person of Timothy Foley, at the patriarchal age of SO years. No arrangements for the funeral have yet been made. A notable number of old residents have died within the last two weeks. On Sunday at 4 a. m. at her home on the South Side, Mrs. Mary Caughlin, wife of Bartholomew Caughlin, died-at the advanced age of 70 years. The funeral was held at St. Vincent de Paul church yesterday afterncon at 3 o'clock, services by Rev. Campion. On Sunday morning at his home in Deer Creek, one of Cass county's best known citizens passed away. Alexander Scott was 62 years of age and had long been identified with the interests of that part of the county and his death is widely regretted. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. Capt. Hardy of this city. The funeral which was held at the Woodville cfcurch yesterday morningat 10 o'clock was very largely attended. The services were conducted by Rev. E. S. Scott, of the Broadway Presbyterian church. An infill Arab. At the- opera house this evening will be presented in our city, the mos successful farcial comedy of the present day, with the prince of fun makeri Bobby Gaylor, at the head of an organization for compeleteness is unsur passed.. The production of "An Irish Arab" has played to the capacity of all houses visited BO far this season. Mr. Gaylor at one time was a variety actor. In his specialties he compels the mirthful approbation of even the sticklers for legitimacy. Somehow one doesn't feel that he has' wasted his time and belittled his intelligence after having seen Gaylor do his sketch. He f feels " that, though directed in an ordinary channel, it is art which this.man has at his command and art is always respectable. One goes away with his .mind full o fancies about this quaint individual whose simple .humor, and qnizzica manner have set a crowded theatre in aroar.• .We.prediet a crowded hpus< will greet this splendid organization Miss Daisy.Douglass-was ths recip ient of a pleasantsurprise'a'c her home on the West Side Saturday evening, merry party of friends calling on he to assist in the celebration of he: birthday. An amusing feature of thi evening was an old-fashioned taffy pulling. LAY ASIDE YOUR HEAVY OVERCOAT. Now is the Time to Lay Aside You r Heavy Overcoat and Buy Youself A NOBBY SPING OVERCOAT. 'v Harry Frank Is Well Prepared with, all the Leading Shades, Styles and Makes. Prices From $8 Up. For Tins Week. A Special Drive on All-Wool Cheviot Men's Pants for £1; Actually Worth $2. Children's Pants from 25 cents up. This space will be used in our next advertisement for Children and Boy's Suits exclusively. Come and see the Largest Stock and .owest Prices. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $1,50 For Eacii Cabinet Filing Tray. A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, HuniDhreys & Co. Three Kinds of People! There are three kinds of people who are not customers of McCaffrey's, and 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. We publish our prices, though' we'hand you a ;sheet' every fort-, night.. If we are not correct, youcanprove.it: If we'axe, you most believe us. \ . • ' Think Spniething is Wrong. There are those who know that are prices are lowest but^uspect that the quality is lacking. No! that isn't where we cut-for, we guarantee our qualities. We save, by buying in large qualities aad buying for cash-by selling in large quantities and sejliag -..•••" :,.;• , :• for ; cash, we save yoanearly a third byithat-'We do not needv^. ;:,,•• scrimp on quality.^ ; Don't Think About it. - There are' those who-do not think aboutsit, yet.some.of'them^ork -. y : " .for days,-to.earn, what each month they might save if-they only- s stopped to think about it. . TO WHICH DO Ya M. McCaffery &

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