Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 22, 1894
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W; •'.'••'' . • '" V ,*''•' Goods. Fancy Duck Suitings-navy, white, brown and fancy figures. Taffeta Moire--a new Summer fabric. Serpentine Crepes in beautiful dark styles. New Pongees-light and dark colorings. A big line of ChalTies. Come and see an entirely new line of Wash Goods at the GOLDEN RULE FilTf-THREE. THE! PAID lESTEKDAr ASD THE BOOM IS ON. Saturday'. Bur Day Beat-All are STow Paving Up Bud , he No , Plant Will Go In-The Director. Ready to Proceed B. soon a* It u Evident the People Intend to Stand by Tbem-A Foelinn or confidence on All Side*. THE PROGRESS. GREATEST CLOTHING Our We show the Largest Line of Clothing of any house in the city Men's Busies Suits at *10 are winner,,, and our $13, *15 and *18 Drew Suits, Long Cut Sacks and Frocks, is without doubt the greatest Sfer «" A. C. BRYCE. PITS. HINTS. PITS. f AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22. "111—111—111—111 Ill—Ill » See the lovely wash goods opened I yesterday, at the Trade Palace. The sun today wag a welcome visit* I or at Patterson's new hat store. The Trade Palace for wash sllka and French organdy lawns. Don't miss I them. The brainiest men of our city have their shirts made by Pattorerson, the Lodge, K.ofP, meets Work in the Knight rank. Paints COME AND - — —-—• - -~~r »uv, i^i^cov and best stock of Paints I tonight, woncm tne K.mgnt i •ad Painter's Supplies in Indiana I make a specialty AI1 Kniehts are °« rdlall y lDVltoet of this line of goods and am in a shape to sell you any. L± S^S^^SS^ tnmg m the hne lor less money than it is possible for) great blood purifier. NOW is the time my competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU to take it. Hood's Cures. The event of the season will be the rendition o' "American Fascination" the King's Daughter* at the resi. Thursday even. The active workers in the new gas | company project were greatly encouraged yesterday. As soon as the office ] was opened in the morning subscribers I began to come in. and last evening fifty-three had paid up. Over thirty of these paid their flm natallment, about twenty their second, also. payments thus far indicate that the | new plant will be put in. Those paying yesterday were: W. B. Shaman, Thomaa Hartzook. W. W. Briggs, Henry S. Murdock, Sarah M. Lanerton, C. O. Bower, T. P. Swigart, B. W, Booth, B. F. Keoaling, Barney I Frose, Rebecca Covault, Frank TM"frvnTTi-kTi ^^^^^ ~ STS* H W - B , 1 i ra , m r ROPTlJRE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. R. Moore, Charles O. Heffley, Martin Hensel, W. H, Brlnghurat, Mrs. D. A. Borges, Chas. W. Graves, Thos. Collins, Sam'l L. McFadln, John F. Johnson, Fred H, Hartel, A. J. Preecott, Slate L. Kendall, Hon. Jos. Guthrle, Catherine Kern, Moses K. Frazee, John -Gray, H. L. Clark, Dr. J. H. Allan, Mrs. B. Dale, Mrs. Mary Jaroloman, John R. Gleason. AtlamH. Felker. J. H. McMUlen, C P. Merrifleld. Dr. J. B, Sbultz, W H. Standiey, Martin McDonald, B. A Kroeger, Krocger & Strain, Rodney Strain, H. F. ..Trick W. H. Singer Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. DR. NOTT BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORf, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING | PERRY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently oured or no pay. Examination Free, "Tfieremay be others who advertise the cure of Kupturo without accomplish!^ what they claim, but whatever the Dr. Molt Rupture Cure Company assert Can be relied upon,"-—American Tribune, March 23, 1898 Forty men are at work dismembering No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity ' be y errls Wheel at chioa c° F °<* D«.:»..i._ \f~.. ti/ A y»-~. i « ..^ ««»j derricks are used. The parts of the structure will be sorted, and when all | Is ready, three or four trains will carry the tone of iron to New York olty. In I a few months the wheel will be set up in the metropolis. The work of taking it apart, transporting it to New York and setting it up again will cost I about |170,000. Marlon Chronicle: The Republi. Joans of Indiana nominated a ticket yesterday which meets all the require- I ments of being representative. It is J headed by Hon. W, D, Owen of Lo- g-ansporfc one of the ablest men in ^- - — -..w«w»^*-« • «vvv •^«*B QV Wl %^IIIC41I d ^^' Of Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F.KEESLING, 8O5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. . Alle ° Lewi <». John M> —-V I Have Just Received the Largest line of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, SPRAYING PUMPS Indiana, a charming speaker and ..a. shrewd politician. He was a member of congress for three terms from the Tenth district, and wag commissioner I of emigration during: President Bar risou's administration. HO FOB HAMMOND. A Special Train to Leave Thnnday CTorntttff at 5:30. Arrangements have been made /or a special train Thursday to the con. greeslonal convention at Hammond. The train will leave over the Pan Handle at fi:30 a. m. arriving at Hammond about 9 a. m. It will return aftar the convention adjourns. The fare for the round trip Is f2 50. The train is not a Landis train nor a John•ton train but is /or the general convenience of the public and it will afford an opportunity for a pleasant excursion. There should be a large attendance. AND That Has Ever Been Seen in the City They Ape As Low as the Lowest Please Call at OEOROB HfVRRISON- 424 Broadway. OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES 18 OHEflF OOMPbETB. THEM- COME IN ftND SEE Wf\LKER & Rf\UOH. 420 Broadway. The Weather Today—Clear and cold. SHIRTS AN ARTICLE THAT EVERY MAN NEEDS. WE MAKE THEM TO ORDER. An Excellent Company. Ills rarely that Logansport is visited by a repertoire company playing at popular prices, of the general excellence of the company headed by Mr. and Mrs. Eobt. Wayne, which opened a week's engagement at Dolan's last evenlnp.O wing to judicious • 'papering" fie house was full and every one in the audience went away with expressions of satisfaction which will insure good houses all week. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wayne are surrounded by an unusually strong supporting company and first class performances at popular prices are promised for all week," Last night's bill was the popular old "Jaolc.o 1 Diamond!)," roohristened "Forgiven." Tonight's bill wJll be ' 'The Black Flag," a stirring English comedy drama. Director* Elected. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Logansport State Bank held yesterday the following directors were elected: M. A. Jordan, George W. Seybold, W. C. Thomaa, W. M. Graf- fl». Victor E Saiter, B. F. Keesling, John C. Dewenter. The directors will meet next Monday to elect officers. Huffman at Liberty. Proteoutor Kistler yesterday nol proeeed tho oaee against George W. Huffman, the alleged confidence man, and the court dismissed the case, Huffman being at once set at liberty. The case was dismissed for lack of evidence. Huffman will return, with his wife, to Chicago today. When the Lip* of Beauty Are parted in a smile, they disclose a row of pearli rivaling in purity those which the diver brings up from the bottom of the Ferilan Sea. What will belt preserve these gems of the mouth P 8OZUDONT, the celebrated beautifler and preg«rvattve of the teeth. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring iccidenta of thaUime hare not been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who .'O gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising geaeration will never tire of the stories of might and valor performed upon the great batfc'e fields of the somh. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deed* ^t forth in an accurate and is graphic manner to wiiich a further beauty 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, i« weeky parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. > PART 7 NOW READY. 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