Wednesday, November 19, 1890

Logansport Journal

Location: Logansport, Indiana

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Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana WHAT IS THE USE Of waiting lor Cold Weather W E MUST UNLOAD 3 Specials for ToDay 3 15 30 inch fine Plush Jackets 50 reduced from 50 18 30 inch Plush Jackets extra fine lining 75 reduced from 50 20 40 inch Plush Cloaks Blegant satin lining for 75 reduced from 50 Come at once This offering is specially good HEFFLEY GOLDEN RULE EGG FOOD it will make your hens lay For sale at BEN FISHERS CITY DRUG STORE 11 Fourth St We will be pleased to give you samples Mainly ty fiEO A PA J NO NEW OB our goods Complete winter stock of all kinds Come and see us if you want good Boots Shoes or Rubbers WALKER RAUCH WINTER IS COMING Clothing is Necessary Merchant Tailoring the neatest and best fit Workmanship is Everything is above all other considerations These assertion are fully satisfied at JOS CRAIGS The Tailor New Silverware New Diamonds New Jewelry New Watches New and Elegant goods and New Prices All goods engraved Free JDTAYLOR 4O9 4th Street Honesty and fair Dealing My Motto I Want Your Trade I want everybodys trade lean handle it will give you full value for your money Deal with me and you will have no cause for complaint Try me and you will never regret it P J HOOT FY The Tailor JL U lIUUliEjl 323 Pearl Street Daily Journal WEDNESDAY MORNING NOV 19 City orders for sale by Harry Frank novSdtf Furs furs furs and fur trimming at the Bee Hive Three special bargains in cloaks at tho Golden Rule Silver Leaf Club dance at McCoff eryshall tonight See the now dress plaids at cut prices at the Trade Palace Ho for the Bee Hive Tricot cloth only 20 cents a yard today Chas Schlademan of Seafield spent Sunday at the old home in the city A branch of tho Order the World will be established in this city within a few weeks Emerich says no matter who buys tho stock the lucky number draws the fine parlor suit For rent house on Spear street In quire of Miss Buchanan 301 Lidden street Weet Side novlod6t Get your wraps jackets and shawls from 75 cents each up at the Trade Palace cloak rooms Among the odd pairs of shoes are a lot of kid button shoes which i Otto offers at If you want a new style hat or a warm winter cap see Dewenter the Hatter and Furnisher One hundred and fifty pieces cloth today on sale at the busy Bee Hive at only 20 cents a yard James Johnson tho Pan Handle brakeman is lying quite ill at his home on Berkley street Five room house for rent 615 Thir teenth Graves Pan Handle Passenger station nov2d6t Tricot cloth tweuty shades at 20 cents a yard at the Bee Hive today Great bargain Come quick Emerichs prices on childrens suits are electrifying the ladies a couple of dollars buys a suit and overcoat Dr Wiltrout of Philadelphia brother of Mrs E R Kinport return ed home yesterday evening after a short visit with Mr and Mrs Einport Roses carnations bouvardias chrys antheums and a great variety of other flowers now in abundance and are going very Sons Thirteenth and North streets no9d2t Wm Chamberlain died at his homo in Washington township at 10 oclock yesterday morning aged 35 years The funeral will be held from the residence this afternoon at 1 oclock A committee of forty representing employes of the Lake Erie railway line are in session at Tipton arranging a schedule upon which to demand an increase of wages in all departments The funeral of Edna the infant daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Q Layden who died at 3 oclock Monday afternoon was held from the family residence No 1215 Spear street yesterday afternoon oclock An unauthorized colored woman is traveling about the State collecting funds to rebuild the Second Baptist church at Columbus recently de stroyed by fire The trustees denounce her as a fraud Harry Maples of Fort Wayne was detetced stealing a pair of shoes In twenty minutes he had been commit ted for grand jury action and iti forty five minutes he had begun serving a sentence in jail The gentlemen of the First Presby terian church gave an oyster supper last evening which was quite liberally patronized Tht gentlemenwaiters and managers of the affair acquitted themselves with credit quite laying in the shade any previous effort of the kind on their part A neat sum was thus added to the treasury of the chuich A New Ohnrcli Paper Christian Church News is the title of a very neat IGpago publica tion which has appeared in tho inter ests of the Ninth street Christian church It is edited by Rev S W Brown who announces tho purpose of tho very creditable publication in the following salutatory Tho Christian Cherch News begins life with this issue It ii neither largo nor strong but it not only hopes to live but to be able also to visit its patrons and readers onco a month for the coming year at least Its mission is identical with that oi the angel which said to tho frightenet shepherds I bring you glad tidings of great joy It will be tho aim ol the paper to promote activity in all the departments of church work to load to the higher interest in all that pertains to the growth of the individ ual and the congregation It will endeavor to keep out of polities but reserves the right of free speech on all questions of public morals and public good It will aim to keep steadily before its readers the necessity of constant loyalty to Christ the great Head of tho church in life and doctrine for there is none other name given under heaven among men whereby we must be saved Relying on the cooperation of all the mem bers and friends of the church for an active support and with a determina tion to improve all opportunities the News goes forth on Us mission A Damagliic Blazo Mr Pratt of tho Journal and pro prietor of the Indiana Newspaper Union at Indianapolis Buttered a con siderable loss by fire at the latter place yesterday afternoon Tho loss will reach more than covered by insurance Tho Indianapolis News says of the fire Fire was discovered by workmen this afternoon in the cellar threestory brick building at 20 South Tennessee street occupied by the Indiana Newspaper Union Tho lire department was immediatoly call ed and found the flames exceedingly hard to get at through the small grated windows of the cellar The cellar was heavily stocked with paper and the smoke from it was dense The company supplies patent insides to numerous papers throughout this and adjoining States Tlio 01113Cure Frankfort has been scourged with diptheria The Banner of that place gives the following good advice in such a case i Have the water in your well tested and if impure dont use it Apply disinfectants to the clothing of your children and adopt heroic measures to prevent the spread of dpitheria One a dozen or even a hundred families can do but little to eradicate the dis ease but it requires an effort on the part of the entire community Thero is no occasion for fright but in the evident maligant typo of the disease prevention is the only remedy Too Apatlictlc by Far Some hofrible apathy must have seized upon the members of the Busi ness Mens association It was ex pected that the meeting called for last evening would be attended at least by a fair representation of the business men of the city There were just two members there Mr Louthain the secretary of the association and Mr Osmer Mr Louthain waited a reasonable time for the appearance of other gentlemen then turned out the lights and silently departed This is not a good showing for the town Why is it thus ItlichaclsDeiibo Wedding Last evening at the residence of Mr Elias Winter on the West Side Miss Maria Dcnbo was united in marriage Lo Mr George Michael Rev W H Marsh of the Baptist chiych offlcia ing The bride never looked lovlier being attired very tastefully and wearing Marechal Neil roses A sumptuous wedding repast was served followed by the earnest congratula tions of the assembled friends This ouple are two of Logansports highly esteemed young people and tho well wishes of the community go with thorn A Card To tho public and my friends in particular I feel under many obliga tions for the support I received at our recent fourth of Nov 1890 election With malace toward none and friend ship for all I am very truly yours F F BAUNfiTT Logansport Ind Nov 18 1890 The saloon interest persists in run ning a saloon immediately opposite the Friends church at Richmond and laving failed in getting a county per mit will conduct it on the Govern ment license plan The peculiar enervationfeg ffect summer weather is driven off by Hoods Saraaparilla which makes the weak strong 6 Bakers Pare Cod Oil Known ovft40 years Also BAKERS Bum SION lor Throat and Lung Troubles All Drag gists During This Cold Spell Harry Frank Will Put on Sale A genuine Astrican Coat and Vest for These goods are generally retailed at A large line of Knit Jackets from 75c up Mens and boys Windsor Winter Caps from 25c up New and Nobby line of Mothers Friend shirtwaists Lace front from 25c up The best crop of boys Overcoats from up Mens Overcoats from up Best stock of shirts and drawers in white and mixed from 25c up And for the purpose to reduce stock and to give large neck men a chance we offer our IGt 17 174white laundred and unlaundred shirts 2 5 percent below froni former prises our shirts will go for flOO shirts for 75cts 75cts shirts for 50cts They come in plain and pleated boosoms open front and open back They are cheaper then you can buy at auctions be found at the Progressive One Price Clothier HARRY FRANK Of Logansxort Delphi I I TWO If you had an article to sell and the profit was all your own you would try to get as high a price as you could for it wouldnt you That is the natural idea of all selfish humanity and we are all selfish to that extent That is the basis on which nine tenths of the prices are made Our idea has been different though probably just as selfish We cut our prices from the start and tried to get a large trade by it When the large trade came we were obliged to keep our prices down to hold it for that is why it came We did other things to hold it We kept the best goods the freshest and the greatest variety of them Now weve over half the trade which cen ters in this vicinity The idea is not a usual one but it has proved a profi table one and you and all of our other customers are sharers in the profits Both ideas are carried out in Logan sport Which is your choice between them SlcCAFFREr Co

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