Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1891 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 17, 1891
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A VISIT TO MARKET Enabled.us to secure Challies in Styles unusually pretty and interesting. There is an advantage in an e^trly selection. W e 6 ff er Unprecedented And Matchless Values, in high class China SUk's. A Grand Exhibition Of Artistic Capes for Spring wear. These goods are iresh from themarket and we solicit an early inspection. SCHMITT&HEFFLBY. 'TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice 1 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 HERZ. FOE ALL THE LATEST SYLES = 1 N = SPRING SQllLlNGS GALLON Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. FEANK BINZ, Pres.. AUG. C. BINZ. Sec., WM. BINZ, Supt.. Logansport Brewing Co. Kaiser and Bavarian Beer, Brewed of Pure Malt and Imported Hops, Logansport, Indiana ly Safe* SurCt and feHoik Fill for nal0. umd Brand in Kcd ftD<l Gold metallfo n d, Jltriue SvtHtitutHmt and Imitation* At Draegim, et For the Next Four Weeks ;„ ; .1 will sell you, an elegant suit for S22.OO CASH. I do this to make, room: for the finestline of Spring Goods erer brought to this city Daily Journal. Pearl Street SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 17. Harry Torr has nearly completed his new drying kiln. All spring dress goods at a heavy discount, at the Bee Hive. New embroidered black lace stripe India lawns, at the Bee Hive. Be sure and visit the Trade Palace this week, we will surprise you. G-eo. S tracker, jr., the Bast End baker, is sporting a new bread wagon. Call at the Bee Hive lor those lovely brocaded black Cashmere dress stuffs. Have you the la grippe? J. B.-L. Catarrh Remedy is guaranteed a sure cure, maylod&wtf See the many bargains this week in dress goods.—Trade Palace, special prices. Mrs. Remsen, of Philadelphia, Pa., is - visiting her sister, Mrs. B. Z. Lewis. Miss Hattie Girton went to Rochester yesterday on a week's visit with h-iends. Those handsome black lawns in stripes and plaids, are going off lively at the Trade Palace. The finest Onodaga filler is worked in the M Star cigar.—C. J. Hildebrand, manufacturer. t Mrs. Oscar Perkins, of Terre Haute, is in the city the guest of her sister Mrs. Chas. E. McKeen. R. J. Powell returned from Monticello yesterday where he has been taking part in a concert. Mrs. Louis Wagner, of Chicago, is visiting at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Jox. Those lace curtains at special low prices this -week will be the talk of the town.—Trade Palace. • Rich and elegant black silk embroidered [cashmere flchues with 18- inch dress fringe, at the Bee Hive. Lewis Weisenburger, of Indianapolis, was in the city yesterday, the guast or his mother, of the East End. Mr. John W. Brown, of Monticello, has moved his family to this city, and gone to housekeeping at 511 Sycamore street, West Side. JohnE. Barnes was the suecessfu) bidder on abig government contract at Newport Barracks, Kentucky and he will shortly commence work on the same. H. C. Thornton and family returned yesterday from Philadelphia, to which place they accompanied the remains of Mrs. North, Mrs. Thornton's mother. For sale or exchange for other horses, a fine Lambert stallion 3 years old in June, just arrived from Vermont. Come and see him. at Webster's stable, Sixth street.—H. J. Pierce. Senator Pefler and possibly Hon. Jerre Simpson will address the farmers of Cass county Thursday afternoon July 2. These distinguished representatives of the Alliance will no doubt draw a large crowd. On Monday morning Mrs. W. C. Grindle, Mrs. L. B. Tobey and Mrs. H. 'G. Hammontree will depart, for Indianapolis".torepresentPurity Lodge No. 127 D. ,of R.. at the , grand lodge D. of R. in session, at that place this week. ........... A few days ago the Journal announced that Mr. A. G. Paddock, late of the Murdock -house, had changed his location from Union. City, Mich., to Janesville, Wis., where he had bought the Myers house, the leading hostelry of that place. : Mr. Paddock's partner is Mr. Ed. Miller, of Elkhart we believe. From a late copy of a Janesville paper containing a notice of the deal it is seen that Messrs. Paddock and Miller have gotten a very fine piece of hotel property. Success to them in their new enterprise. WHERE IS JAKE ULLMANt > Myxtcry Which 1* Ju»t Now Battling JEverj-l>ody-A Strange Disappearance. Where is Jake TJllman? This question was asked by the police without avail yesterday. Jacob TJllman, the old salesman employed in the clothing: establishment of Martin Frank, corner of Third and Market streets for the past seven' years, has disappeared as mysteriously as did M. L. Myers a few months ago. The last seen of the old gentleman the police noticed him at 3 o'clock yesterday morning walking Market street in the vicinity of Fourth street. So far as has been learned that is the last seen of him in Logan sport. Contrary to the old clerk's invariable, custom for years, he did not open up Mr. Frank's store yesterday morning;. As the morning wore away a.nd stiil he did not turn up Mr. Frank began an investigation which showed that his old clerk had disappeared so far as Logansport is concerned. His room at the Tucker house had not been occupied during: the night and Mrs. Tucker said that he had not been there at any time during the evening. He had Been seen on the streets as late as 11 o'clock and was one of the crowd gathered at the flre 'that night.. Close search by the police has failed to reveal any clue to the present whereabouts of the old man. Jacob TJllman is 65 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, somewhat stooped, and wears a full gray heard. He has beea in rather poor health for some years, being a great sufferer from dyspepsia, which, at times made his life miserable. Although he drank frequently he was never known to drink to excess. He was considered somewhat ecentric by those who knew him best, and these think that he has taken a short trip out of town, intending to return shortly, although such a mysterious departure does not conform to the old man's strict business methods. He had felt so badly for some days that he had eaten scarcely anything and constantly complained of his stomach. Some think that he may have grown despondent and gone up the river and thrown himself into the quiet water. Mr. Frank found in the cash drawer a'slip which Ullman had left charging himself with three dollars and a pair of cuffs. He would scarcely put on a new pair of cuffs to suicide in. It is thought the old man will turn up all right in a few days. At tlic ChiircIicN To-Day. The Rev. W. Purcell will hold morning services at the Episcopal church to-day. Rev. H, A. Davis, pastor of the Wbeatland street M. E. church, will preach at the court house to-day at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. At the Universalist church this morning at 10:80 will be Christian Science services, and at 12 o'clock Bible lesson. An invitation is given to all to attend these services. Pastor McMackin will preach in the English Lutheran church at the usual hours to-day. The morning subject is "Our Deliverer." The evening theme will be "Sin the Cause of Sorrow." Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:80. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in. To all these' services the public is invited. Rev. W. H. H. Marsh will be absent to-day. He goes to Mt. Ayr to preach the dedicatory sermon of the new Baptist church reeently erected in that place. Rev. C. L. Davidson, pastor of the Baptist church at Galveston, will occupy the pulpit of the church here. Mr. Davidson is one of the growing young ministers of the Baptist denomination in this vicinity and has a strong congregation at Galveston. Services at the usual hours— 10.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. no. Young People's meeting at 7:30. Mr. Marsh will return Monday. Supreme Court O]>lnl«n. 14965. Wm Mills et al. vs. Alexander Hardy et al. Cass C. C. Affirmed. Olds, C. J.—Under the act of 1875 (Acts 1875, p. 97) an appeal in a ditch proceeding transferred the entire cause to the Circuit Court for trial'de novo, and all the persons who were parties to the cause before the Board of Commissioners, were .parties in the Circuit Court, 'and were bound Vsy the judgment rendered and.' they, cannot attach the. judgment for costs collatterally. / • . • C. Ii. S..' C. •-.'.••-•. The circle will meet on .Tuesday evening May 19,; 1891 at the home of F. H. Wipperman 41.6 Eleventh street. Roll •all—Current events. . Regular lessons—Last two weeks of outline in May 'Chautauquan. Question table—Conducted by Mrs. M. Michaels. World of to-day—Turkey Queen's English. English Phrase and Fable. F. H. Wrpj?EK>tA.N, Sec. HARRY FRANK "TO BE SURE" The Clothier o! Logansport and Delpni. Every purchaser of 06 cents is entitled to a guess on. the jar of Beans, the nearest guesser will receive a Round Trip Ticket free also a vote as to who is the most popular engineer. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. 3150 For M Cabinet Filing Tray. A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, .Humphreys & Co. No Bargains At McCaffrey's By that we mean no goods specially cut for advertising purposes, we bave no prices ...... ,-. • That are not Cut Price? 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. .......... L A S S RE. When the time when you can buy glasswear cheapest,' and find jthV.jnpst kinds to select from, comes ju«t at the time you need most of it, doesn't "that seem the time to buy it? We've all the Pretty Styles .-, *••..- . ..- f i .j;, • : •'• ' . la all the things you want in this line. Water Sets, 'Glass Sets, Water Pitchers. Sugar Sifters, Tumblers-. And whatever else you want, in glassware. FREE Z E R S, From two quart to six. quart— form sizes and form prices. They are Iko Model Freezers; you'll lil» them— and our prices', M. McCafferyi & Co.

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