Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1895 · Page 2
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March 17, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

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We Have Bought The Entire Stock of Jf\&. G. GRf\SE! And Have Moved Same to 324 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana. FIRE SMOKE 3. WATER. Conflagration in the Great Clothing Building! Slightly Damaged $25.000 Worth of Goods! The Insurance Companies Must Stand the Loss! The Public Receives the Benefit! New York Bankrupt Con And This Is The Result: *» Before Making The Purchase Thoroughly Examined The Damaged Goods! About one-eighth of the stock was slightly scorchedjanother was shown to have slightly suffered from the smoke _ fully one-half was more or less water soaked, while the bal- Tn'ce" one fourth of the stock, was not damaged whatever. All the goods are new and fresh and of superior quality just such. In fact, as the old celebrated house of Jas. G. Crase is known to handle. There are no better goods in Boston and that means in America. And these superb goods are now offered by The New York Bankrupt Company for less money, much less money, than yoTcan buy the trash and truck which Otto Lause of Boston handles. We have been told certain local concerns have bought at Eastern auction sales for the express purpose to compete with Boston's Great Fire Sale Prices. The pubhc however, not to be led astray, has responded overwhelmingly to The New York Bankrupt Go's, extraordinary- offerso as to jam and crowd ] Hli BIG STORE as never before. Remember the Great Fire Sale will be commenced tomorrow and continued until the last garment ,s sold at 324 Fourth Street. Prices Ridiculously Low, Indeed. Bear in Mind Two Great Stocks in One Room the Great Sheriff Sale and The Great Boston Fire Sale I At 324 Fourth Street. Logansport, Indiana. Men's Fine Suits, -worth $'0. $12. $15 and $18 now $1.98. «3 23. 88.74. *4 98, Men's Overcoat, worth *10. $12. $16 $1* now$1.74 $424 « 98. *A,4 Boy's line suits. 14 to 20 years, worth $-, $10. *12 now *l 9b._ *2 ,4. «^JS M-n's fine all wool pttuts worvh $3. $4 $5 now $1.24, *1.9S.jsM ^ Children's Suits worth $3. *'. *5, *C now OOc, 98c, $1.24, $1.',4, »1.03 Men's Jeans Pants wonh $1.5U riow OUc Men's all wool Shirts worth $1 now lOc Meu's working shi. ts,flttDDelette and extra heavy ehsvoits, worth oOc now lOc Meu's fine $2 50 stiff hats now 29c Men's fine $& soft hats now 49o The New York Bankrupt Company, 824 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana.

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