Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 30, 1891 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, April 30, 1891
Page 9
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BONAFIDB REDUCTION SALE! All Spring Jackets Must go Regardless of Cost! A Special Line of Children's Jackets. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, THE GOLDEN RULE. THE BOOM IS ON. TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thins for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACOB HERZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. Ton will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring IStyles Yours Truly, "PUCK." Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER & RADCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. 1. 1 do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Tie Tal Pearl Street. Daily Journal. THURSDAY MORNING-, APRIL 30 New jackets.—Trade Palace. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Bu.-t & Hears, at Henry Schwier's. Magic /pocket lamps, at the Bazaar. Monticello flour $2.50 per hundred, at Foley's. You will save money by going to Moore's sale. Two pound can blackberries 71 cents, at Foley's. Attorney Frank Dukes, of Winamac, was in the city yesterday. Patronize your pocket book first by going to P. W. Moore's big sale. Baby cabs at the Bazaar; our styles are the best, our prices the lowest. Watch for the Bazaar's hand bill, don't throw it away, but read every line. Our second supply, of lawn tennis racquets will be in to-day.—The Bazaar. v Fishing tackle, the very finest quality at exceedingly low prices, at the Bazaar. By actual count, Harry Frank sold more confirmation suits than any other store. Low prices did it. The first day a grand success. Prices speak for themselves, at Henry Schwier's new shoe house. Our hand welts are beauties, you ihould see them at Henry Schwier's new shoe house, 403 Broadway. Riding Bailiff Batty was called to his home in Harrison "township yesterday by the serious illness of his wife. We mean business and will meet any price and give you a shade the best of it, at Henry Schwier's new ;hoe house. You can't miss it by buying your dress goods at Moore's. He is deter-, mined to make a olean sweep on all ipring goods. The new members of the Logan Jrays will meet at the armory at 8 o'clock sharp Friday evening for the purpose of drilling. Joseph Mandel's new cigar store is open in full blast, the finest and most :omplete line of cigars in this city. VlcTaggart's Corner. Col. J. P. Gray, late of Winamac, low a resident of Frankfort, was in he city yesterday shedding the radiance of his smile on friends here. Remember, gentlemen, we handle Burt & Mears' shoe exclusively. Every jair stamped on heel. Beware of imi- ators. at Henry Schwier's new shoe louse. The Pansy Literary club was enter- ained by Miss Etta Fitch at her home on High street and a very pleasant time is reported by those in at- ,endance. Lafayette Call: John K. Ahem, ormerly of this city, now located at _,ogansport, returned home yesterday asternoon, after spending Sunday with •elatives and friends. The railroad tickets to Ft. Wayne or Saturday's State Convention T. P. A. can now be procured of the Secre- ary E. F. Keller 311 Market street. Any traveling man whether a T. P. A. not, will be heartily welcomed by he Ft. Wayne people. The rate to 't. Wayne for,that day is one fare for he round trip, this should induce •ery traveling man to go and. enjoy he day. While chasing a horse out of his garden Tuesday night 'Squire Fender •an full tilt into a wire clothes line, which catching him athwart the >rifige of the nose rendered him hors du combat for a brief period. The .nsinuating little patch of court plaster covering the abrasion caused the Squire a deal of trouble yesterday in answering the questions suggested to his friends by the sight of it. : Tlic Ileoruniil^atlon of the JUnza.ii Greys a Succexs. The Greys held the largest meeting of the compay they have had in the last four years, last night. Thirty-six members fell into the ranks and under the tutorship of the captain and older members demonstrated their ability to' master the rudimentary drill of a soldier. The following were elected active members of the company: Henry A. Kraut, Joe Jaylor jr., N. C. Martin, E. A. McAllister, Frank Hall, E. J. Twomey, J. H. Knowles, T. C. Dunn, A. F. Barr, John Mader, Chas. Castle, H. J. Burgman. Robt. F. Kreuzberger. In addition to which are the follow ing persons who have joined the company as honorary members. Dennis Uhl, A. R. Shroyec, J. B. Shulte, Earl Stuart, B. F. Keesling, Will M. Elliott, T. A. Spry, S. C. Meyers, W. T. Wilson, J. D. Taylor, Henry Geiger, W. H. Snider, T. W. Nichols, John F. Johnson, Geo. W. Seybold, Henry Tucker, Victor E. Seiter, Jos. Wiier, Wm. Dolan, M. J. Bligb, A. J. Murdock, A. Hardy, Otto Kraus, Jno. C. Dewenter J. T. Elliott, Jas. M. McKague, T. M. Quigley, John Mulcahey, H. Brookmeyer, jr. I. Himmelberger, D. W. Tomlinson, J. B. Messinger, W. G. Nash, F. M. Harwood, S, P. Sheerin, George Ash, M. A. Joi'dan, John Condon, J. T.. McNary, M. C. Wade, Samuel Helvie, Robt. Kreuzberger. Henry Hubler, Chas. L. Woll. The most sanguine expectations of some of the older members have been more than realized in the number and class of men who have gone into the company as both active and honorary members. Hardly a business man has been solicited who did not either enter the organization as an active or honorary member and taking into consideration that the committee has only been able to solicit among a limited number there is. no way of judging at the present time what the membership of the company may reach in a short time. Surely nothing succeeds like success. A Pleasant Occasion The Chautauqua circle held its first memorial meeting for the year 1890-91 last evening at the residence of Mrs. I. N. Crawford, 1318 East Broadway. It was an "Addison" evening. Mrs. Crawford's fine parlors were filled by the members of the circle and invited guests. The program was carried out, as published, with one exception. The music, by Miss Hildebrandt, and the song by Mrs. McMakin, was most_ kindly received. The readings by Miss Cox and Miss Bevan were bright and interesting. The papers by Mrs. Bridge and Mrs. Wipperman were excellent in conception and execution. Mrs. C. P. Wright's numerous paper on the Suffrage question was warmly applauded. The Symposium — salad"a la quiz — proved to be spicy and enjoyable. The unanimous verdict was, "a delightful evening" and to which the generous hospitality of Mrs. rawford contributed not a little. The souvenirs consisted of handsome- .y printed programs tied with narrow satin ribbons in various colors. Re- xeshments were served and the even- ,ng constituted an -'event" in Chau- ,auqua circles. Amonji (lie FIglUcr*. A number of lodal sporting men ll go to Michigan City this afternoon to witness the Allen-Hammer fight at that place to-night. Lew Allen is an old Logansport boy and is becoming quite a conspicuous figure in he prize ring. His backers expect nothing short of wonders on his part to-night and those who know him best declare that he will be easy winner. The Curran-Dowdy skin-glove fight at Anderson failed to come off Tuesday night, due to tcouble among the backers. Lon Reed, one of Curran's riends, knocked Tommy Miller of Indianapolis, clear across the stage, and this precipitated a fight in which Jack Hanley and others took part. The )olice suppressed the miserable business, and the farce was declared off. Attention, ;Kei>nMIcan«<: , There will be a meeting of the City lommittee. candidates and Republi- sans interested, at the rooms over Keesling's store Friday evening, May at 7:30 o'clock. A Cull attendance s urged. S. B. BorER, Sec'y. Madame Wilson, ' L distinguished mind reader 'and clair- r oyant, lately from Europe, can be :onsulted at the Tucker House until May 6th. All who visit this gifted ady are convinced of hsr great powers n delineating life. She takes no pay n advance. Terms reasonable. Attention, Poito>vatomlc*! Members of the Pottowatomie club are requested to call at the State National bank on the 1st of .May, Friday, and obtain their certificate of membership. LAY ASIDE YOUR HEAVY OVERCOAT. Now is the Time to Lay Aside You Heavy Overcoat and Buy Youself A NOBBY SPING OVERCOAT. Harry Frank Is Well Prepared with all the Leading- Shades, Styles and Makes. Prices From $8 Up. For TWs Week. •A Special Drive ou All-Wool Cheviot Men's Pants for i?l: 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 Lowest Prices. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $1.50 For EaeSi Cabinet Filing Tray. A 12-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 iach 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-but^suspect that the quality is lacking. ISfo! that isn't where we cut—for., we g-uarantee our qualities. We save'by buying in .large qualities and buying; for cash—by selling 1 , in large ., quantities and selling •• for cash, we save you nearly a third by that. We do not need to scrimp on quality/ 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, if they only stopped to think about it, , TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? M. McCaffery & Co.

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