Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 29, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 29, 1891
Page 8
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I is*. BONAPIDB REDUCTION SALE All Spring Jackets Must go Regardless of Cost A Special'Line of Children's Jackets. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, THE GOLDEN RULE. 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. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. You will find aU the Latest Novelties in Spring Styles Yours Truly, "PUCK." Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes, WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. For the Next Four Weeks I will.sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 GASH. I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J, HOOLEY, Pearl Street Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 29. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Care. eod&w Spring shades in kid gloves, at the Golden Rule. Mrs. Otto Kraus is visiting friends in Chicago, 111. James Gorman is still very sick at his home on the West Side. Wait for the Engineers grand May day ball next Friday night at the rink. Two performing bears amused a crowd of bystanders on the ster,ets yesterday. A surprise party was tendered to Miss Emma Burgman, of the East End, last night. Mrs. Henry Heitbrink returned yesterday from a six weeks' visit with her parents at Richmond. Remember, my low expenses name the prices, at Henry Sch,wier's new shoe house, 403 Broadway. This day, black and cloth top shoes, in lace or button, at Henry Schwier's new shoe house, 403 Broadway. Miss Kate Pitts and Mr. Dan Kendall, of Wabash, will be married in the near future. Both young people are well known in this city. ' "' Among the new shoes is a lot of' hand welts, you should see them; also, ladies spring heel, at Henry Schwier's new shoe house, 403 Broadway. We make the new. prices on new goods about tie same price you pay. for odds and ends, at Henry Schweirs, aew shoe house, 403 Broadway. . Next Friday is May Day, "the hap-, piest day of all the glad new year," and the evening will be characterized by a grand ball by the B. of L. E. at the Broadway rink. Mrs. William Philbrick, of Skowhegan, Maine, is in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Howe, of High street. Mrs. Philbrick is accompanied by her son Fred.- Louis Holtke and bride, who have been spending their honeymoon here, the guests of H. W. Englebrecht and family, returned to their home at Columbus, Ind., yesterday. Married—April 28th, by Rev. E. S. Scott, at the residence of the bride's parents in Noble township, Mr. Frank J. Ellis, of Peru, Ind., to "Miss Elizabeth E. Ferguson, daughter of John A. Ferguson. Will Horstman, formerly of this city, but of late years of Cleveland, Ohio, has sold out his interests in that city and will visit relatives here next week. He contemplates going into business here. The Military band will give a musical entertainment at Winamac May 7, and will give a grand home entertainment at the opera house here about the 20th, the proceeds to apply to the purchasing of new uniforms. Fort Wayne is even thus early making arrangements for a grand celebration of the glorious Fourth. Win Logansport celebrate this year or not? It has been several years since the natal day was celebrated here as it should be celebrated. J. W. Lawson, Lafayette's athlete and trapeze performer, who has been here for some time with Dr. De la Claire, received a telegram from Sells Bros', show yesterday instructing him to report at Columbus, Ohio, to star with the circus during the season. The Journal.wisb.es .to make a retraction regarding the story published last Saturday of the -window screen agent and a well known lady of this city. The lady in question says that she did not lock the agent in a room but that on the other hand .he abused her in a most shameful manner, that his story is also absolutely, false and that he is an unadulterated Simon pure liar in every particular. We owe the lady an apology. THE MEETINGS CLOSED. Francis Murphy Clowes a Very Suc- ceNNlu] Temperance Bevtval In liogunsport. . Nearly Seven Hundred FertsonN Sign the Total Abntinence Pledge—A Grand Work. The farewell address by Francis Murphy at the rink last evening was listened to by a very large crowd, the rink being scarcely capable of containing all who pressed to catch the last word of the great temperance advocate, whose labors, for the present, at least closed in this city last evening. The address was touchingly sympathetic in places and the large audience appeared nearer and more in spmpathy with Mr. Murphy and the noble cause he so heroicly espouses than at any time during the series of ten nights. Many wavering ones who had "put off" signing the pledge until the last moment responded to Mr. Murphy's appeals last night and the grand total of pledge signers was swelled to nearly seven hundred, many of whose course of conduct has long been considered almost beyond the reach of theirfellow-men. Touched by the constant and earnest pleas these men have signed the pledge, that God helping them, they will hereafter abstain from intoxicating drinks. May they be supported in their good resolutions. At the close of the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Murphy bade a warm personal 'good by" to many who crowded to shake their hands and the earnest temperance advocate breathed a word of encouragement to many who had been reclaimed from the lower depths and raised to a plane whereon hope is visible. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy will go to Winamac to-day where a f ter a few evening meetings they will go to Chicago to labor for a season. It is said that they will shortly make their permanent home in Indianapolis. A Harrow ;Eseapc. Yesterday the three-year-old son of J. A. Swallow, the West Side builder, fell into the mill race near the West Side engine house. The lad's tumble was seen by Jack Welch of the engine house, and he rushed to the rescue. Just as he reached the edge of the race he stumbled and fell headlong into the water, in so doing spraining kis ankle severely. Hu recovered himself as quickly as possible, however, and made a dive for the boy who was by this time on the bottom of the race, bringing the little fellow out just in time to save his life. The lad was unonscious and was carried to the engine house where heroic measures soon brought breath back to him, and he was then carried to his parents who knew nothing of the nearly fatal mishap. Jack Welch's sprained ankle will give him considerable pain for a while. The little Swallow boy is to be congratulated «n his timely recovery from the race, as a moment later on the part of his rescuer would have been fatal. _ An IrlsH A rab. Wm. A. Brady is generally very happy in his selection of plays and he has produced some of the most popu- lar'on the comedy stage, but in "An Irish Arab" he has clearly deviated from the high standard his plays have heretofore held. The .play which was presented at Dolan's. last night was a strange agglomeration of comedy and melodrama neither of which was sufficiently finished to produce the desired effect. -Bobby Gaylor's song and dance specialties seemed to be the point of attraction, but a variety act in the midst of melodrama or melodrama mingled with the variety had a sort of a dazing effect on the audience and the curtain dropped leaving the handful of spectators very undecided in their impressions of the play. "An Irish Arab" was well staged, .but the company was of a very mediocre character as concerns the respective abilities of the various actors. Will Move to Indianapolis. Indianapolis Journal: Next Monday Thomas Edward Murphy, son of Francis Murphy, and who, like the latter, is a well known temperance evangelist, will"remove to this city for permanent residence. ( He is interested, as are his brothers, William and John, in a fence company. Francis Murphy says he himself will take up his residence here. Room* to Rent. Mrs. John C. Clendenin has rented the Loree property, 206 Third street, and has a number of. very desirable, large, well lighted, well furnished and convenient rooms for which she would be pleased to find desirable tenants. Apply at once. •••'"'.'. Tin Shop for Sale. • As Nicholas Smith is going to Flora, Ind., to start in business with his son, he offers his tin shop including stock of tin and tinware and tools for sale cheap. Broadway, between Fifth and Sixth streetst LAY ASIDE YOUR HEAVY OVERCOAT. "Sow is the Time to'''Lay Aside Your Heavy Overcoat and Buy Youself A NOBBY SP1NG OVERCOAT. Harry/Frank Is Well Prepared with all the Leading Shades, ^Styles and Makes. Prices-From $8 Up. For This Week. A Special Drive on All-Wool Cheviot Men's Pants for SI; Actually Worth $2. Children's Pants from 25 cents up. This space will be used ID our next advertisement for Children and Buy's Suits exclusively. Come and see the Largest, Stock and Lowest price's. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $1.60 FO? EacSi Cabinet Filing Tray. A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & 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 fortnight. If we are not correct, you can prove it. If- we are, you most believe us. Think Something is Wrong. There are those who know that are prices are lowest -butfsuspect that the quality is lacking. No! that isn't where we cut—for we guarantee our qualities. We save by buying in large qualities and buying for cash—by selling in large quantities and selling for cash, we save you nearly a third by that. We do not aeed-to scrimp on quality/ Don't Think About it. " ' / There are .those who do not think aboutsit, yet soi^ of them work for days, to earn what each month they'-migirtsavj 'if. they only stopped to think about it. -. • | i TO WHICH DO YOU' BELONG? M. McCaffery & Co.

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