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May 1, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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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. 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 HBRZ. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEABL ST, TAILOR. You will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring 1 Styles Yours Truly, "PUCK." Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER &RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See bur low goods. For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. I do this to make rooM for the finest line of Spring Goods brought to this city P. J. HOOLEY, Tlie Pearl Street, Daily Journal. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 1. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w Spring dress goods at cost, at the Golden Rule. Come and learn our prices on spring dress goods.—Golden Rule. H. J. Dispennett, a Kewanna mer- cbant, was in the city yesterday. Otto still has a few common and lots of fine waists. See price list. Walter Spencer, of Monticello, an old Logansport boy, was in the city yesterday. Hear the celebrated evangelists, the Morrill twins at the Broadway M. E. church this evening. When looking for confirmation suits for the boys, visit the Bell Clothing House, 405 Market street. For $1.58 you can buy'a Gloria silk umbrella with handles from $4, §5 and $6 umbrellas, at Otto's special. Mrs. Barnbeisel and daughter returned to Chicago yesterday after a weeks visit at the old home in this city- Lafayette Journal: Mesdames H. J. Mcheehy and John A. Lintner, of Logansport, are the . guests of Mrs. Geo. W. Rice. Harness thieves are gettiag in their • work up about South Bend. About a: year ago this same class of rascals operated through this section. The Salt Lake Tribune devotes two columns to an' account of a trip made by E. A. Dericqles, formerly of this city, to the Deep Creek mining country. Berry Farrell was arraigned before Squire Smith yesterday on the charge of provoking an assault on Frederick Fiddler and was fined $1 and costs, $9.50. S. B. Boyer returned yesterday from the Miller's convention at Evansville. He was taken sick on the way and was obliged to stop over at Terre Haute to seek medical aid. Twin girls were born to Mr. and. Mrs. Foster Bailey yesterday. The little ones lived however but a few- hours and will be taken .to Washington this State, this morning for burial: Orla Fansler, who has been a salesman at Al Ream's -store for the past few monte, will take the road next Monday i'or John Lux, a wholesale grocer of Logansport.—Peru Journal. Alf. L. Anderson, A. D. Fansler and Uncle Cy Farrell went to Michigan City last night to witness the little difference between our own Lew Allen and a Michigan City thumper by the uame of Hammer, a very suggestive name by the way. The grand May day ball to be given by the B. of L. E. at the rink to-night will be a great social success if present indications count for anything. The engineers /have always been noted for the success atttending their annual May day balls, and the present affair promises to eclipae all previous efforts in that line. The ladies auxiliary to the B. of L. - -E.' will serve supper in the evening and from. 11 to 12 during the night for the dancers. J. T. McNary .has...been appointed General Manager of the Logansport Street Railway Co. Some changes in the interest of the citizens should bo, and will probable be. made. The transfer will be done away and a new schedule will be arranged by which the cars will make the entire circuit. The line will be extended on Broad- wayto.23d street. One of the first changes should be the .doing away with the old-style hay-burners and the adoption of the Trolley or some other electric system.. The Journal hopes that Mr. McNary may be able to accomplish some changes which will be to the mutual interest of the company-and the citizens. Xlie Morrin T« Ins. This evening at the Broadway M. E. church a notable evangelistic event will begin in this city, being the ap?, pearanceof the celebrated evangelists, the Mon-ill twins, whoso singing and evangelistic work throughout the country has given, .them a national reputation. These remarkable gentlemen whose wonderful resemblance to each other makes them all the more noted in their work are college graduates with the degree of A. B. and diplomatists of the Shakespearean institute. They are natives of New Jersey and are sons of Rev. D. F. Morrill, D D. They have recently returned from their great tour of Europe and have sung in the church of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmadge at Brooklyn and the church of Rev. C, H. Spurgeon in London. They are endorsed by the pulpit and press wherever they have appeared and their engagement here for a week or ten days is an event of considerable significance. The Morrill twins arrived in the city yesterday afternoon and immediately made many friends. They are personal friends of Rev. H. J. Norris who is to be congratulated upon his success in obtaining their distinguished services for a series of meetings. These meetings will be free and all are cordially invited to hear^the great evangelists. Philosophical Observations. The Philosopher of the Rochester Republican makes the following pertinent observation: "It is said that each of the men in jail charged with stealing wheat from Mr. Henry Haimbaug, has a wife and children, and every day said wife and children climb on a box by the iron-barred window of the jail and converse with the parties in durance vile.' It is probable thstif the scenes were reversed—that is if the wives were in jail, charged with such a disgraceful transaction, the indignant • husbands would be . making themselves very scarce about Rochester. And we have observed this other fact that a temperate, honest, industrious man, never (hardly ever)Qgets into jail. It is the lazy devils who;,seek to live off the labor of other people, and such men do not deserve to be recognized by a woman, much less to be united ia marriage. And a wife possessing the least pride should abandon a man who forever disgraces herself and children by becoming a' common -• thief and suffers the penalties of law in prison. The poet Burns says "Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn. 1 ' That's true enough, but we might have auded that the brutality of some 'husbands produces moral and physical death. A Change Is the Brewery OTanazmcnt Col. Prager has sold his interest in the Logansport Brewing Company to the Binz Brothers, and the same has been reorganized with Frank Binz, president; August C. Binz, secretary, and Wm. Binz superintendent. The capital stock of this concern is $100,000, $85,000 of which has been put into it since it changed hands two years ago, the artificial ice plant in connection with it having required a large financial outlay. Binz Bros, are capable managers, having an extensive and thorough knowledge of the details of the business and the industry promises to thrive under their direction.' Col. Prager and family will return to Chicago shortly. A. New Printing Concern. "The Home Music Company" is a new concern organized in this city for the purpose of printing music books, sheet music and a monthly musical publication. Prof. W. T. Giffe, who has been-publishing music for a number of years, is at the head of the concern and the printing house of Wilson, Humphreys & Co. will do the mechanical work of the concern. The first number of the musical journal will appear about the latter part of July. Obituary. William Arthur Blo*m was horn February 22, 1864, departed this life April 25 1891, aged 27 years, 2 months and 3 days. He leaves a father and mother, two sisters and one brother to mourn his loss, he being the first one to break the family tie. The funeral services yesterday were very largely attended. The remains were interred at Mt. Hope cemetery. Attention, Republicans! There will be a meeting of the City Committee, candidates and Republicans interested, at the rooms .over Keesling's store Friday evening, May 1, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is urged. S.J5. BOVEK, Sec>. The order of Chosen Friends is now closing its twelfth year, and during this period, through 800 councils scattered over the country, it has paid in death benefits over $5,000,000. over $300,000 in disability benefits and ever $250,000 in sick benefits. 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 1 Shades, Styles and Makes. Prices From $8 Up. UMBLE For THIS 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 Lowest Prices. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. I/; $1,50 For Each 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 but^suspect 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-jfco 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 if , they : /only stopped to think about it. TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? ] M.McCaffery & Co. \\

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