Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 19, 1894 · Page 8
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May 19, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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WRAPPERS. Our Prices the Lowest. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY. FITS. PUB J AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints ^^ are going to use any Paints COME QBE ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints «nd Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty «riftfeis line of goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the MH« for less money than it is possible for Mif ^competitors to do. I 'WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, 80S Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, Silver belt buckles, at thoBao Hive. "111—111—111—111—111—111." Tortoise shell hair pins at the Bee Hive. Ttventy-flvo cents for good Dennim overalls at Otto's. Onyx hosiery, the most reliable In the land, only at the Bee Hive. Twenty-five cents for good cottonade pante, oveiali stylo, at Kraus 1 . Wanted—A good girl for general house work. 923 Spear street. Loat—A Knights Templar charm, Return to this office and receive reward. This is the last day of Otto's overall and engineer 1 !) jacket sale, 25 cents for 50 cent goods. War! on scrofula and every form of mpure blood is boldly deof&Ved by lood'a Sarsaparllla, the great con* [ueror of .all blood diseases. Really, don't you think those overalls and plaid gingham jackets are only worth 25 oente? Well, if th&t'e your dea, Otto will surprise you, as they ,re cheap at 50 cents. Last day. The editor of the Warren Independent In writing up an amateur theatrl- il entertainment, tried to say: 'Miss Ethel Grey , and Mrs. Amelia leevea filled their parts to perfec- 10*11." The 'print' gotan 'n' for an T' parts'and the paper is.now being SomeFBOU Which Ally uurrat the Public. The Journal ttandlng in the community makes it unnecessary to reply to malicious misrepresentations of it on the part o( a paper whose devo. tlon to the public welfare is not as conspicuous as it might be. It in, however, a pleasant task to show up these attacks, and the Journal some, times engages in a disclosure just for pastime The Reporter, for instance, just now is attempting a game o f deceit on the subject of the city printing-. The misrepresentation can do the Reporter no good and the Journal no harm, and it is a mystery why the Raporter should misrepresent when there is nothing in it. If there was anytlng to bo gained by It, financially, the Reporter might, as a matter of business, make a dollar or two, but it is difficult to see where the profit comes in. The city is required by law to elect a corporation paper, The rates for publications are fixed by law also. These things are fair and proper and the charges h^ve always been legal and are not unreasonable. Concerning the subject the Reporter says: The Journal came out yesterday morning with its corporation colors flying seemingly as proud as a little boy with his first pair of red top boot 1 ) on, calling the attention of all their household to the fact. This morning it comes out much on the defensive with corporation colors trailing, bit* terly chiding its- contemporaries for any statement of facta, fearful that it may be classed as a cheap John sheet. Don't worry.dear Journal, your bills will never Declassed cheap. Now the lega! rates are lower than they ought to bo. Every one w'll admit that the Reporter is a cheap, very cheap paper and it. itself, says in this article that the Journal IB a "dear" paper. It is therefore inter, estlng to compare charges in this line of official work. If it appears that the "very cheap" paper charged more than the "dear" paper then the '-very cheap" paper mutt have engaged in a bold faced robbery when it charged more and In contemptable hypocrisy when it criticised the < 'dear" paper for its charges. Two or three weeks ago the School Board advertised for bids on the new High school building. The Board decided to put the advertisement in the three daily papers. The Pharos, however, by a misunderstanding did not run the advertisement the full time. The Reporter and the Journal ran the SMowing Todfiiy Line of BLOUS THE PROGRESS. CLOTHING HOUSE We show the Largest Line of Clothing of any house in the city. Our Men's Business Suits at $10 are winners, and our $12, $15 and $18 Dre§s Suits, Long Cut Sacks and Frocks, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. The Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sis,, Logan sport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORT, IND.. ST. ELMO BUILDING PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Examination Free. "There m»y be others who advertise the cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. dlted by the office oat. BEFORE. AFTEK. 1 h*v« taken' the agency for the HEKO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have :*,trtl stock of the goods in sight. These protectors are guaranteed to give ^eqteotlon to the sheep as against dogs. - W« have received our Seeds for the reason of 1894. and have them ready to supply our customers on demand. We handle flathinff but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all iwf bur old stock has been burnt, our custorn- wrs may rest assured that they will get fresh, ctean goods. We have a full variety of Garden and Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and iage Goods, and a full line pf Turf and ing Goods. In fact we have everything goes with a horse and carriage. Don t lbrget the old place, 424 BROADWAY. Geo. Harrison. OUR STOCK OP IWOMEN'S LOW SHOES OHErtP flND OOMPL.ETB. THEM- COME IN ftND SEE WflLKER 6c RflUOH. 420 Broadway. The Weather Today—Clear and warm; possibly local showers. Were Yon Surprised LOW FRIGES Summer Underwear Negligee Shirts STRAW HATS advertisement the same time. When the bills came in the Reporter bill was $43 and the Journal bill $25. The Reporter kindly noted a discount of 25 per cent, for cash and the Board on account of the small circulation of the Reporter out the bill to $17.50 which the Reporter gladly accepted. The Board, though of opposite political faith, allowed the Journal bill in full. This is a sample of the result where the Reporter got a chance at official printing and it shows the hollowness and hypocrisy of its present assertions, But take another example. The Reporter says; The Journal acts much like one of "Connor's calves." Having got the 'Corporation Cow" In a corner, It has nothing to do but suck and butt and butt and suck. It can't be weaned. Well, it is said that the public "teat" furnishes $3,000 a year. The Journal should not be classed with cheap lawyers. Now the records are open to the InspectTon of every one, and no reputable newspaper publishes official facts-without verifying them by the records The city advertising last year amounted to $517.40, not $3,000, and the Reporter knows it runs about $500 annually. This 1; Ing and misrepresentation does not hurt the Journal any. The public is quick to spot the untruthful newspaper, and it knows the opposition the Journal has arobued in its fight against monopoly. It is not necessary to go into these details, but the .Journal likes to bring up the facts occasionally. Child'* shoes 25 cents, always sold for 50 cents; ladles' diamond tip Ox. fords, 59 cents; button shoes, 98 cents; men's Congress or bal's, 98 cents, and so on at Otto's, of course. Choicest and cheapest line of fans, at the Bee Hive. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of that time have not been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who so gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising generation will never tire of the stories of might and valor performed upon the great batt'e fields of the sourh. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deeds set forth in an accurate and graphic manner to which a further beauty is added by the numerous half-tone photographic reproductions of men and places of the time. This magnificent work can only be secured at the Daily Journal Portfolio Department, in weekly parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. PART 6 NOW READY. ASK YOUR BARBER FOR !«*••; k T_ XCELSIOR SCALP CURER AND HAIR PRODUCER It Js WARRANTED to Cure Baldness and all Diseases of the Scalp. Office and Labratory, 822 Pearl Street. ^., .1 >,

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