Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 11, 1892 · Page 8
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STOCK COMPLETE. Business is what we want. Having made a very heavy purchase we are prepared to offer the trade exceptional bargains. We quote only a few of our extremely low prices. 100 Paris dress robes in Crocodiles, Crepes, Crysta- iines and Yenitians imported to retail at $10 only $4.95 per suit. STORM SERGE. $ .65 storm serge $1.00 " $1.25 best made - 49c 78c - 98c Fancy Woolen Dress Cloths, yard and a half wide, just think of it, only 29c per yard. Hxtra Weight Cloth in C hevrons, Camelshair, Bedford Cord and .Diagonals, worth 95c Only 48 cents per yard. THE EST. Floor Oilcloth (a new department with us) Yard wide 15c. Two yards wide 30c. One Lot—Only—Fur Trimmed Cloaks, Worth $6.00 to close at $3.95. We are. showing as usual the finest stosk of cloaks over brought to this city. Styles too varied to enumerate. Just come and -.gee for yourself. 200 Y. S. F. last color childrens' ribbed hose only 5c, worth 15c. See our Jersey ribbed vest. See our 98c. Blankets. See our $1.75 Beaver shawl, and many other bargains, nof forgetting qur.8£. canton flannel—the best. Come By the way, It will pay you to watcfe our advertisements right along, it may save you some money. DAILY JOURNAL We taYe ffie Choicest Line in tie State, TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 11. L/adies leather satchels, new shapes, at the Bee Hiva. Buy your underwear at the Bee Hive. They carry the most complete stock at lowest prices. S..S. Clark, D. D. S., has removed from the Geiger building to the corner Fourth and Market streets. When weak, w.eary and worn out,. Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the medicine to restore your strength and give you a good appetite. There can be no health for either mind or body so long .as the blood is vitiated. Cleanse the vital current from all impurities by the use o! Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medicine recruits the wasted energies, strengthens the nerves, and restores health to the debilitated system.. The Republicans flung to the breeze yesterday af ternoon a beautiful banner bearing oil paintings of Harrison and Reid and the inscription "Protection, Honest Money, Reciprocity." The banner hangs across Broadway at the Republican headquarters near Fourth street--- ; ---'-. HOW IT IS DOSE. Notes' From Documents and ?Iemoraii<la al Democratic Headquarters . The campaign is now on. Tha Journal gives some documents and memoranda that may be found among the records of the Democratic County Central Committee showing some of the inside workings of the campaign. These may be found and then again they may not. CTECULAK SENT TO DEMOCRATS. ST. ELMO BLOCK Oct. 1st '92. Dear Sir: The campaign is now opened and it behooves every democrat to hump himself. See that our flag is not trailing in the dust. HANAWALT. MEMORANDUM FOK DRUG CLERK. Make up-t»n -pounds of red fire by Saturday night. FKOM STATE COMMITTEE. ROOMS or Drat. STATE CENTRAL COM. Indianapolis Ind, Oct. 2. V. C. HANAWALT, Logansport, Ind. Dear Sir: — We must get the soldiers in line. Confidentially it is going to be hard work. Try to organize them. Club them if you can. TAGGART. IN REPLY. ST. ELJIO BLOCK, Logausport, Ind., Oct. 5. TOM: TAGGART, Chairman, Indianapolis, Ind. Dear Sir: — Tours about the soldiers received. I was able to find only one soldier who was 'going to vote for Cleveland and pursuant to your instructions I clubbed him. I think he deserved it. HANAWALT. MEMORANDUM. Inquire if my clerk has got that red Ere mixed. TO CHAIRMAN SIX. ST. ELMO BLOCK, Logansport Intl., Oct. 3rd '31 H. Six, Chairman. City, Dear Confrere and Brother;.— Please meet me this evening in conference on the question of whether we had better burn one pound or two pounds of red fire at our next rally. HANAWALT. REPLY TO BANTY. WELCH. ST ELMO BLOCK, Logansport, Ind., Oct. -l, 02. ME. B. WELCH, City. Dear Sir:— Your request for 10 cents to get a drink received. At my suggestion our executive committee has arranged with the County Commissioners f or you to get all the drinks you want, free of charge, at the court house pump. HANAWALT. MEMORANDUM FOR CLEEK. Put more fire and less red in that red fire mixture. TO BALDWIN. ST. ELMO BLOCK, Logansport, Ind., Sept. 20, 92. JUDGE D. P. BALDWIN, City. Dear Sir: — You have doubtless discovered that Harrison has no office for you. Why not join us and take pot luck? HANAWALT. -.- - - THE EEPLY. OFFICE OF D. P. BALDWIN, Logansport, Ind., Sept. 21, '92. Terms 40 per cent. V. C. HANA-VVALT, City. Dear Sir:— Yours received. I had not thought of that. I will make ten speeches for a foreign appointment if you are successful. DAN. TO BALDWIN ST. ELMO BLOCK, Logansport, Ind., Sept 22. D. P. B., City — Dear Sir:— Come to me arms me precious. Have booked you for ten speeches. HANAWALT. TO JEKRY SULLIVAN. ST. ELMO BLOCK, Logansport, Ind.. Sept 2-1. MR. JERRY SULLIVAN. City— Dear Sir: — Judge Baldwin will make us a speech in this city, and we have chosen you to preside at the meeting. Please signify your acceptance. HANAWALT. IN BE PLY. LOSAXSPORT, Ind.. Sept. 2-1. "V. C. HANAWALT, City — Dear Friend: — Yours received. 1 cannot be present that evening on account of bavin" 1 something else on tap. Yours, J. S. MEMORANDUM. Ought to burn two pounds of red fire over Baldwin. TO STATE COMMITTEE. ST. ELMO BLOCK, Logansport. Ind., Oct. 5. TOMTAGGAET, Chairman State Central Committee, Indianapolis, lad.: — Dear Sir: — Yours complaining about the situation in Cass received. Chairman Six and I cannot do everything, and it seems as if the intelligence of the party refuses to fall in under our leadership. I am afraid our people are getting to know too much. Most of the Democrats here are protectionists, and our platform, you know, declared for free trade. It is true, Cleveland tried to cover it up, but it did not work. HANAWALT. Base Special to the JonxnaL CHICGO, Oct. 10— Chicago 4, Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 8, Washington 5. St. Louis, Louisville, no game. Pittsburg 8, Cleveland 3. Baltimore 2, Philadelphia, 7. New York. Boston, no game. Officers Elected. The following officers were elected at the Trades . Assembly Sunday for the ensuing six months: President— J. F. Kelly. Vice President — J. J. Mays. Sec. Sec. — Miss Sadie Eodgers. Cor. Sec.— O. P. Smith. Fin. Sec. — Wm Ganger. Sergt-at-arms — Wra'Pacheli.; Statistician — J. L. Merz. Cheapest Clothing House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we offer the best class of Clothing at a much lower price than elser where. With the advantages we posses, being man~ ofacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history. We did not buy too many suits, but simply ordered too many from our factory in New York City. We are; bound to unload for thousands of dollars more goods stil to come. For this and many other reasons and the advantages we have over others, it behooves every close buyer to examine of mens/ boys' and childrens' suits and overcoats, and we guarantee a saving of at least 20 per cent. by the manufacturer and retailer. FRANK of Logansport, Delphi, New York, ID _J 0 0 I 0 0 r m "What is the use of paying two prices for your cloths and then not get them to fit you? If you come to me I will make y ou a fit that you can feel proud of. Y, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. ! have just received an invoice of with the tire on, and the boxing in. I have all sorts and sizes suitable for Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts that 1 am selling at a very low price. These wheels have one coat of paint and some of them are entirely finished, they are in a condition to set on a cart at once;, in fact we can fit you out while you wait. Also have just received my invoice'of New Robes, Blankets and all kinds of Winter Goods handled by houses in my line. If in need of zny of the above goods please call and see me once. eo. Harrison. 424 BROflDWftY. The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, Tie'Ciatelette tor Ladies. Leather vest chains -for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons. J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Strei.

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