Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 12, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 12, 1891
Page 8
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\. CONTINUED THE REDUCTION SALE Which has been in progress the last week Has Been a "Hummer" And will be continued from day to day until stock is reduced. Come and See Us, SCHMITT&HEFFLBY. 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. Rest>ectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 12. FOE ALL THE LATEST SYLES — i N — SPRING. SUITINGS ft; CALL ON Harry GK Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. W. J. HUGHES & SONS 00. WHOLESALE DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N. W. Cor. Fourteeiitn and Maple Sts. LOUSVILLE, KY. Attention For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for $22.00 CASH. 1 -do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city R} J. HOOLEY, 323 Pearl Street Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w All kinds of blooming plants, etc. at Kidd & Sons. Mrs. Otto A. Kraus has returned home from Chicago. Byron Gordon and Will Howe wen to Chicago yesterday. All the tropical fruits at but little oyer tropical prices, at McCaffrey's. If you want the most durable smoke buy the Gondola cigar at D. E. Pryor's drug store. mayGdGt You have only to look at. our new dinner sets to want a new one.—McCaffrey & Co. Frank Champion and Ruth Landrey, S. W. Allen and Nellie O'Bryan' are licensed to vved. Ask for the M. Star and insist on getting it. as it is the best 5-cent cigar in the city. f Don't hunt around town for a good cigar, but bi>y the Gondola. D. E. Pryor's is headquarters. mayodGt Any kind you want of canned or dried fruits, and more kinds than you can think of, at McCaffrey's. George Marshal of Clinton township is confined to his home by sickness. His condition is not dangerous. Mayor Cullen is at New Orleans where he went to attend the annual session of the supreme lodge, Knights of Honor. Joe T. McNary is in receipt of ao- invitation to the banquet and opening Of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce. The affair promises to be an elegant one. Major McFadin yesterday received a Berkely Springs, Va., paper, containing the result of the city election in which D. Pratt W T right a former Logansport boy, was honored. A late change in time of trains on the Eel River division is as follows: going east trains depart at 10 a. m. and at 4:40 p. m.; going west the trains arrive at 9:10 a. m. and 3:55 p. m. Miss Minnie Turner, who has been visiting the family of Mr. Hoglen on 7th street for the past three months left for Chicago Sunday afternoon where her future home will be. • Miss Turner was an estimable young lady who made a host of friends while in the city. An alamanac promises • 'a very fine day" to the Mexican War veterans at their Lake Cicott excursion on the 8th of next month. On Saturday, the 6th, they are to have a "warm rain" to settle the dust. On Sunday, the 7th, the earth viill dry off and the air become cooler. The 8th will be a "perfect day in June": Now let us see if this almanac is a good weather prophet and enjoy the "fine day" at Lake Cicott if it is a fine day. Kewaana Herald: J. H. McCurdy has caught the trotting horse fever from the rest of the horsmen and has purchased a fine mare and colt from parties near Logansport. n The mare and colt are beauties. Mac walked all the way from where he bought them Tuesday leading them home, Wednesday morning they were not in the lot where he had put them the evening before. He drove to Logansport and back before he found them. Xlie Ohio Mexican Veterans. Major McFadin returned yesterday from a very pleasant visit to Sidney, O., where he attended the annual meeting of the Ohio Mexican Veterans association. He reports a season of unalloyed pleasure with the Ohio "Vets" and says that many of them personally promised to join the excursion of the Cass county veterans to Lake Cicott on the 8th of June- The Sidney Daily News gave the veterans a hearty welcome, starting its pleasant account of the session as follows: "The stars and stripes wave from nearly every house in Sidney to-day in honor of our guests, the Ohio State Association of Mexican Veterans, which is holding its seventeenth annual reunion—the first meeting in Sidney. A large number is here now and more will respond to roll call to night. The war with Mexico did; great deal of good, and one of its hap py results was the organization of th< five Ohio regiments participating in the struggle of sixteen months into the association which is with us. A more sturdy jollj and good looking band of gray-haired brothers never met before in the Valley City, thanks to Mexico. It almost makes one wish he had been born 65 years ago, so that he might "assume a virtue" and be a Mexican veteran for there is something about him that takes wonderfully. The hand shake has none of the candidate grip in it, and the laugh is of the kind that as* sists in putting a good meal out o: sight on short notice. The incoming trains were met las' night and the guests escorted to hotels, The Klute band played some of its best music and Corporal Samuel L McFadin, of Logansport, Indiana, whe made a neat speech from the Wagner House balcony, said if the band would come to Logansport he would see thai it got to the World's Fair free o charge." Trades and Labor Assembly. An interesting meeting of the above organization was held in Union Labor hall ,on Sunday afternoon and business of importance to the cause of organ ized labor was transacted. Delegates from the lately reorganized tailors union were admitted. A :delegate o: the cigar makers spoke in regard to the coming conference of railroad men to be held in Fort Wayne June"" 9th to discuss the subject of federation, and stated that Samuel Gotnpers, president of the A. F. oC L. would be present on the occasion. It is expected that a large number of union men will attend from this city. Hereafter the meetings of the Assembly will be held the second aad fourth Tuesday evenings of each month instead of Sunday as heretofore. A resolution was passed pledging the support of the assembly ;o clothing bearing the union label of the Journeymen Tailors' union. Del egate Davis of the Salesmen's union reported that there was a violation of the Sunday closing agreement by a lertain dealer and the delegates were nstructed to report the matter to their respective unions. All unions report trade good except the cigar- makers and carpenters. Delegate Fox reported that the Clerk's union was in a very flourishing condition and that they had adopted a sick benefit clause in their local constitution vhich went into force on May 1st. ^_ 0- P. S- Tlie Objection Kemovcd. Richmond Telegram: When Dr. Samuel E. Smith was chosen to succeed Dr. E. S. Wells as Medical Superintendent of the Eastern Insane lospital, it was jokingly announced hat he had promised to remedy the nly objection urged against him, hat of being a single man. This morning at the Union station a repre- entative of the Telegram had a buried conversation with Dr. Joseph E. iogers, Medical Superintendent of he Northern Insane Hospital, at Logansport, who has partially been Dr. Smith's tutor in the treatment of the nsane, and said Dr. Smith had at- ended to that little matter, the Tele- jram referred to some time ago, and ie' was now prepared to reccommend as qualified in every particular or the position he is soon to occupy. 'At least," said Dr. Rogers, who has leen down to Old Point Comfort and everal of the Eastern cities on a short vacation, • 'Dr, Smith was to leave my ilace for that purpose on the 5th; he ,vas to be married on the 6th to a lady my name, by the way, but no rela- ion, Miss Mattie Rogers, of Blootn- ngton, Ind. Yes, sir, he will come lere a married man, and I think.they xpect, to ' reach Richmond to-day. When you meet Dr. Smith remember here are t wo reasons for congratula- ing 1 him." TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. 0. PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. TJie Barnett-Clurk Case. The case of Atwater C. Barnett vs. he Clarks, -for the recovery of the Barnett Hotel property is on trial, and he examination of the plaintiffs' wit- .esses will begin at 9 o'clock this morniag. D. E. Pryor's drug store is headquar- ers for Gondola cigars. may5d6t Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER & RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. ,-C\ C.,,o/,i,,.,. .Ji.:,CLI5i/, HcD OiTOC-J DIAMOND BRAND V \\i\iS THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. TiiOouly Snfc, Sur^, luidrfifloAie Pill for Bale. cH, wk Drufreist for GMcitmtr's jBrtsIfcft /tfat-Xrtict J$r#nd in 3tcd and Gold metallic boxes se^lcdwltb blue ribbon. Take no other kind., Jtefusc Subtiitu&ma and Imitativ, All pills In.pasteboard boioe, pink wrappers, uro dnniccron« counterfeits* At Druggists, or 4*. la plsmpH for pftrttculftrs, timlmoaUiU. and **K«llcf fot- Ladle*." in tr.tter, by r-tttirn JO.QOO Ttfnlmonlnls. A'amn Paver. CHICHCSTER CHEMICAL CO.. Madlao Sold br al The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $1,50 For Each Cabinet Filing Tray. A 12-File Cabinet $18 Call and. See Them, at Wilson,. Humphreys & Co, No Bargains At McCaflrey's By that we mean no goods specially cut lor advertising purposes, we have no prices That are not Out Prices As measured by others; but those prices never fluctuate, except as the market changes. You can depend on our prices as you can .on. our qualities There are no special prices for special days. The hundreds of prices that we advertise are for every day and all of our other prices are like them. GLASSWARE. When the time when you can buy glasswear cheapest, and find the most iinds to select from, comes just at the time you need most of it. doesn't that ;eem the time to buy it? We've all the Pretty Styles In all the things you want in this line. Water Sets, Glass Sets, Water Pitchers, Sugar Sifters, Tumblers. And whatever else you want in glassware. FREEZER S, From two quart'to six-quart—form sizes and;form prices. They are (the Vlodel Freezers; you'll like them—and our prices. M. McCaffery & Co.

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