Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1894 · Page 8
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May 23, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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i.«iy^^ L Egff?EJi^ffi2g<ff,;;Oiig^ •'•','•'.'•.'.• '«••;;!; ilf! HERMSDORF EIGHTY-FOUK. DISTINCT AND DIFFERENT IMDI VIDUALS WALK OP AMD SETTLE. \ FAST BLACK HOSE. Only 23: for Ladies'Sizes, and for a few |*SJT££££* *££2 and EntlmBlBRm Indicate* the Snc- tesm of the New GM Company, In Fact lu th« Mind* of It* Friend* There In no linger I>onbt. days only we give a beautiful souvenir. Come and see the gaods. SCHMITT <5c HEFFLEY PITS. pirs. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND Mti. I.keep the largest and best stock of Paints DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MAY 23. '•• i i'ainter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty wt' this line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the Hne for less money than it is possible for my competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Of Paints You Want Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, 8O5 Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. 111 will be explained this. week. Head the Bee Hive advertisement. Bananas, 8* cents a dozen, at Fo ley's. Ben Fiahor, the Druggist, •will save you money on points. Ladles' patent tip dress button shoes $1.—Stevenson & Kllnsiolj. There is no end to fresh bargains in the dry goods line at tho Bee Hive. Dr. Hollo way's office in the Progress block, corner 4th and Market streets. Stevenson & Klinsick are doing the I Have Just Received the Largest Line of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, SPRAYING PUMPS business In tine cheap shoes and slippers. Twenty-three centa for Hermado'f /ant black hose with a souvenir, at the Golden Rule. Most stylo and service for least money—our shoes at Stevenson & Kllnsick's. Kallroad men's blue shirts with two seperate collars and cuffs, at 69 cents, at Otto's shirt sale. Stop chewing tobacco by using Loveless anti-tobacco. Sold only at Ben Fisher's drug store, 311 Fourth street. Friday next will be another great special sale at the Bee Hive of beau tiful 25 cent printed organdies at 0} cents per yard. Purify the blood, tone the nerves and give strength to the weakened organs and body by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla now. Ladies are requested to call at Porter's drug store and consult Miss Mary Sutherland on how to keep a beautiful head of hair. A social will behisldln the Cumberland church, West Broadway, this evening. A literary and musical program has been arranged. Admission free. Refreshments will be served after the entertainment. Saturday's record showed that forty- four signers to the new gae company had paid up on that day; Monday, showed up with fifty-three and made the directors enthusiastic; Tuesday (yesterday) exceeded all expectations and when the lights were turned out at the office at nine o'clock last evening the books showed that Eighty-four persons had paid during the day as follows: John P. Webster, Homer Kessler, Solomon TV ise Joe Wller. Wller & Wise, J. J. Hlldebrandt, John Marshall, Ell Greensfelder, Henry Mucker, C. G. Newall, Julius Wagner, John J. Stoll. Mrs. Francis G. Wright, Victor Seller, W. C. Thomas, Charles Woll. Jacob Herz, E. S. Ilioe, H. Wiler & Co., A. J. Murdook, W. W. Ross, John F. Brookmeyer, Ben Fisher, Joseph B. Kerlln, Dr. J. B, Lynns, Gottleib Shaefforsr,, W. H. Hay worth, P. J. Hcoley, W. H. Jonep, WmSon Wright, Michael Hooley er., W. D. Owen, J. W. Early, Mrs. Charles Felker, C. S. Vlpus, Otto Kraus, Julius Kaufman, Harry Ward, Mrs. Maggie Haas, John Muloahey, Terrenoe McGovean, Wil- Donglass, Melvin Castle, H S. Gruber, W. H. Porter, H. A. Kraut, John HIgley, J. D. Taylor. G. W. Morrison. Miss Lizzie Duakle, Mra. Ruth For. rest, Gus Dryer, Mrs, E. Cassiday, C W. Selegue, George M. Schneider, Mrs. Barney Klein, Frank Raechartt, August Xarzinakl. Harlan Park, Juhn E. Fox, J. M. Elliott, H. C. Cushman, I. N. Crawford, B. U. Kerr, S. M. Closson, George Ash, J. C. Hadley. Ash & Hadley, W. H. Snider, Snider & Alber, Richard Ladders, jr Joseph Helms, B. Z. Burcb, George Powlen, John Meyer, D. C. Lee F. E. Hanley, James VPalklln, Mies Adella Brown. Charles W. Traut, J. MEN'S SUITS Of all inducements that have been offered men to buy a Spring Suit, our offer of $10, $12 and $15 For the nobbiest thing in Long Cut Sacks and Frocks in New Spring Fabrics, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. Cor. Market and 4th Sts E. Pierson, Manager. Logansport. THE WAR IS OVER But the stirring incidents of fb.jfe ?xit been forgotten by the AND The Weather and cold. Today — Clear That Has Ever Been Seen In theJCit.y ;They Are As Low as the Lowest iPlease Call at GEORGE, HflRRISON. 424 Broadway. OUR STOCK OP 1A/OMEN'S LOW SHOES OHErtF rtND COMPLETE* THEM- COME IN f\ND SEE WflLKER & RflUOH 420 Broadway. SHIRTS AN ARTICLE THAT EVERY MAN NEEDS. WE MAKE THEM TO ORDER. Y. Wood. M. C. Wade, Thomas McKeever, Seth M. Velney. Of this number, 67 paid their first Installment and most of them the second. There were three new sub. Borlptlone taken and a large number Stated that they would need more Ores and would take them as soon as there was & call for additional subscriptions. The payments now are as follows: $1 on each share of $25, April 20th, 1893. $1 on each share of $25, May 20th, 1894. $1 on each share of $:5 June 2(Kb, 1894. ?2 on each share of $25, July 20th, 1894. $3 on each share of $25, August 20, 1894. $3 on each share of $25, September 20th, 1894. $3 on each share of 25, October 20th, 1894. $3 on each share of $25, November 20th, 1894. $4 on each share of $25 December 20th, 1894. $4 on each shi re of $25 January 20th, 1896. Each $50 of stock gives you gas for one home stove. If you have not signed for all the atoves you need sign for more when you go to the office. When the plant is thus paid for it belongs to the consumers and they will get free gas or at the cost of running it which will be very little. Pay up and sign up. BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE Who fo 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 battle fields of the south. SHIBT MAKES, HATTEB AND FUKNISHJCB Low Bate to IndlBuapolU via P«nn- •ylvBDia Line*. June 4 and 5, excursion tickets to Indianapolis account Grand Lodge K. of P., will be sold at one fare for round trip from ticket stations In Indiana; valid returning until JUDO 6, inclusive. For rates, time of trains and any desired Information please apply to Pennsylvania lino nearest ticket agent. AttenUm. 8. of V. All members of John A. Logan Camp are requested to be present thin evening at the hall, as business of Importance la to be transacted and final arrangements made for Decoration Day. By order of '•. J. BERT GETTY. The Memorial War Book Contains all these deed* stt forth in an accurate and graphic manner to which a further added by the numerous halftone beauty is photographic reproductions of men aud places of the time. This magnificent work can only be secured at the Daily Journal Portfolio Department, ia week'y parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. PART 7 NOW READY. ASK YOUR BARBER FOR PRODUCER

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